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Every Russian should think hard

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Hello, friends! I am about the events in (on) Ukraine.


I will say right away that I largely disagree with the internal policies of the Russian authorities and do not accept most aspects of Russian reality. Therefore, I ask you not to assume that these lines are written by a frantic hurray-patriot. I just love my country, I respect all my fellow countrymen - from Kaliningrad to Nakhodka, from Grozny to Murmansk. But I hate any criminal, nationalistic and simply gopnichesko-hooligan scum. Just want to speak and then find out your assessment of my words. So…

1. At the moment, Russia is being tested for the last time by the strength of the forces of the West. Previously, due to weakness, Yugoslavia was surrendered. Not much then Russia snapped. For the same reason, when those former "friends" of ours who were not going to be taken over by NATO under the treaty entered Russia, Russia, again, limited its anger to not very effective statements.

2. Now the political picture is much more alarming for Russia (for us, that is). In a neighboring state, on the shoulders of a nation that was tired of state corruption, came to power forces that can be absolutely comparable to those that started in 1933, first gently, and then raping their country harder and harder ... Well, all of you, I hope history at school passed.

3. God forbid, the current Russian leadership will not stop the corruption of the orgy in their country. There will be a similar Ukrainian disaster with incredibly more serious consequences. I really don't want to repeat the horrors of 1917-1923, and what happened next.

4. Now all sensible people understand that the United States, being predators, sometimes eat carrion. And carrion is the Maidan biomass, which declared its values ​​using the methods of the Nazi SA attack aircraft.

5. For the second time, during the Olympics, Russia is being provoked to a military operation. In today's world, this is not an accident. Maybe enough of my country to experience the Olympic calm?

6. There is a situation when Russia, for the sake of its own survival and the survival of its citizens, must begin to collect the previously lost native-Russian lands. And do not be afraid to show your teeth to your "strategic partners." I really do not want my grandchildren to be born. If Russia gives up weakness in relation to the Crimea and again begins to sign with the West any more or less unprofitable agreements for itself, this is the end. If Russia does not break the teeth of the West with the Crimea now, it will only be to wait that in 15-20 years in the Russian Armed Forces AKM will become an 5,56 caliber.
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    1. aktanir
      aktanir 14 March 2014 08: 24
      +18
      What problems, Russia at the moment is just doing what shows its teeth to the West. Crimea will not be given up, no matter how hysteria about this is spread. Moreover, in the light of recent events in Ukraine, the intentions of residents of its eastern part to hold a referendum are becoming more meaningful and logical. In any case, if we leave Crimea to ourselves, then Donetsk, Kharkov and Odessa could well count on a confederation, a separate republic, or, at worst, autonomy with broad powers within Ukraine. If the situation is somehow different, then it will be difficult for everyone, and for Russia it is very dangerous. To live with the Nazis is a wolf howl.
      In February, Putin calmly waited for the end of the Sochi Olympics, to then decisively gather strength into a fist, think out a strategy for behavior and help the residents of the Crimea. Now the end of the Paralympics is approaching ... And what does it mean? ..
      1. Sakmagon
        Sakmagon 14 March 2014 08: 44
        +14
        I never understood why to say this:
        ... I largely disagree with the domestic policy of the Russian authorities and do not accept most aspects of Russian reality. therefore please do not assume that these lines are written by a frenzied cheer patriot...

        ... writes Posted by Sergey Kolesnikov, KSV1973. 1973, as I understand, year of birth?
        After which he carefully outlines his thoughts about what my youngest daughter, 1998 year of birth, understood long ago ...
        Maybe it's better to be a patriot? Comes faster ...
        1. starshina78
          starshina78 14 March 2014 11: 18
          +3
          I, like the author of the article, do not quite agree with what the Russian authorities do in the economy, but, again, as the author of the article, I am ready to stand up for Russia in its interests. Only liberals, shit-blowers with Bolotnaya, can shout at this moment that Russia has become insolent and that, they say, it needs to be taught a lesson. That’s just them, along with the Maydan’s people, and we need to properly teach a lesson - to make it dark. At such moments when the image and the very existence of the Russian state are at stake, everyone should make an effort so that not a single little one prevents us from doing what should to make a strong state - not to give their brothers to be torn to pieces by fascists.
          1. Genry
            Genry 14 March 2014 11: 32
            +4
            People's Liberation Movement. Why is this needed and urgently needed.
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        2. afdjhbn67
          afdjhbn67 14 March 2014 11: 47
          +1
          why is the frenzied cheers-patriot just a homeland can not be loved?
        3. vladimirZ
          vladimirZ 14 March 2014 13: 54
          +6
          Sakmagon (1)
          I never understood why to say this:

          ... I largely disagree with the domestic policy of the Russian authorities and do not accept most aspects of Russian reality.


          It’s very bad that you don’t understand.
          The author Sergei Kolesnikov says that he does not support certain aspects of President Putin’s domestic policy.
          Like many of our compatriots who disagree with Putin’s patronage to oligarchs and corrupt officials, curtailing the public sector of the economy, accompanied by the massive closure of enterprises and rising unemployment, the ongoing process of privatization of state property and a number of other issues.
          But all the patriots of Russia, regardless of their attitude to Putin on domestic politics, support Putin’s work on the revival of Russia, in his foreign policy, in his support of the Crimea in reuniting with Russia, in protecting the rights of Russians in Ukraine from the Nazis who seized power in Ukraine, Bandera, in helping the pro-Russian people of the South-East of Ukraine in terms of self-determination.
          The patriots of Russia demand that Putin not stop in the fight against the comprador oligarchs and officials, the 5th column, including its "swamp representatives" already in Russia itself, in order to prevent events similar to the Ukrainian ones. What do certain individuals who fully support Putin forget, whom S. Kolesnikov calls "hurray-patriots."
          1. ksv1973
            14 March 2014 17: 12
            +1
            Thank you, dear Vladimir, for taking your time to explain to someone who does not understand the difference between the terms "patriot" and "hurray-patriot".
            Good luck to you!
      2. aktanir
        aktanir 14 March 2014 08: 45
        +4
        The creation of any independent entity on the basis of pro-Russian eastern regions of Ukraine would allow Russia to have a kind of security buffer that separates us from the western regions. In the future, current politicians may well lead the country into NATO (they already threaten this) - and this is the worst option for development. Possible provocations on the part of the leadership of the fascist offended Ukraine, from which Crimea was taken away, could lead to a nuclear conflict with the West.
        At the same time, in no case, I think, is it necessary to send troops and "polite soldiers" further than Crimea. In the eastern regions, you need to work like the Americans - with money, convictions, the comprehensive work of the special services and the so-called democratic institutions. If troops enter Ukraine, Obama may simply not be able to restrain himself and, under the pressure of American politicians, go to direct force contact. And no one needs this.
        1. Duelist
          Duelist 14 March 2014 12: 05
          +3
          Quote: aktanir
          At the same time, in no case, I think, is it necessary to send troops and "polite soldiers" further than Crimea. In the eastern regions, you need to work like the Americans - with money, convictions, the comprehensive work of the special services and the so-called democratic institutions. If troops enter Ukraine, Obama may simply not be able to restrain himself and, under the pressure of American politicians, go to direct force contact. And no one needs this.

          That is, dear, admits the possibility of such an outcome, when "convinced by the West" will bring NATO troops into the territory located 3 minutes of flight time from Moscow ?!

          A holy place is never empty! Now the question is being decided not about Ukraine, but about whether Slavic Russia will exist on earth or not. When and where to send troops the question is open because our army should be liberating, not occupational.
          As for persuasion with money, as a well-known character said: "Shurik! These are not our methods!" Corrupt people will betray at any moment, but everyone needs to support the Slavic patriots, and it's great that the whole of Russia responds to this!
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        3. Mikhail3
          Mikhail3 14 March 2014 12: 35
          +3
          Any "safety buffer" will be subjected to such pressure that the steel will crumple. And this buffer will be squashed in one way or another. You can't be a little Russian. Look what has grown as a result of such an attempt in Ukraine. The ideas of a federal Ukraine and other such miracles are simply unrealistic, impossible.
          Only Russia itself can withstand the FULL pressure of the West. Looking for allies? Yes. Find common ground? Yes. Working together with other countries? Certainly! But Ukraine is not another country. We are talking about Russia, about the country of Russians itself. It has not ceased to be our outskirts because it was artificially torn away from us (damn Lenin seven more times for the wild idea of ​​a "union of free republics"). We just let her get sick. We'll have to cut off the western regions - they cannot be cured. And take the rest to yourself. Close yourself.
      3. Ross
        Ross 14 March 2014 09: 34
        +3
        Now all sane people understand that the USA, being predators, sometimes feed on carrion. And - this is the Maidan biomass, which declared its values ​​by the methods of the Nazi SA attack aircraft.

        Can we change the emblem of the carrion eagle to the Russian bear or the Rurik falcon? Falcon - never feeds on carrion and does not attack from behind. The eagle came from Byzantium, they considered themselves Romes and their coat of arms.
      4. AVV
        AVV 14 March 2014 10: 35
        +5
        Quote: aktanir
        What problems, Russia at the moment is just doing what shows its teeth to the West. Crimea will not be given up, no matter how hysteria about this is spread. Moreover, in the light of recent events in Ukraine, the intentions of residents of its eastern part to hold a referendum are becoming more meaningful and logical. In any case, if we leave Crimea to ourselves, then Donetsk, Kharkov and Odessa could well count on a confederation, a separate republic, or, at worst, autonomy with broad powers within Ukraine. If the situation is somehow different, then it will be difficult for everyone, and for Russia it is very dangerous. To live with the Nazis is a wolf howl.
        In February, Putin calmly waited for the end of the Sochi Olympics, to then decisively gather strength into a fist, think out a strategy for behavior and help the residents of the Crimea. Now the end of the Paralympics is approaching ... And what does it mean? ..

        The West understands only power, after putting things in order in Crimea, it will be necessary to closely tackle the fifth column in Russia and identify potentially dangerous, dependent oligarchs from the West !!! First, warn them, and then begin to take measures to them !!! The country's security first of all! !!
      5. Spnsr
        Spnsr 14 March 2014 11: 12
        +2
        I personally, in a situation in the Crimea I do not see a show of teeth! Russia is not a puppy driven into a corner, but a full-fledged member of international relations, which makes it clear to the entire world community, not even Russian interests, but an interest in the dominance of the right over the Pin Dos. And Geyropei waywardness, well, in the right of Russians to this right, wherever they live and are.
        the truth is in the perception of the bulk of the people, and somewhere under the rhetoric of foreign media, there is a similar perception of the author of the idea of ​​what is happening in Ukraine.
        and Crimea, has not yet become Russian, 16 will show, but in the future, the situation in the Crimea served as an occasion for a dialogue between the West and Russia regarding all Russian-speaking areas, and this at least led to the attention of the Russians.
        there was no teeth, Russia didn’t even pose, it was simply announced to the whole world that we either speak the language of international law or there will be no dialogue at all, and that Russia, somewhere to the detriment of itself, is ready for sanctions and for a third world war. and all this so that the Russians, and not only that, but all who do not speak the language of the great dill, could have their own identity.
      6. Nekarmadlen
        Nekarmadlen 14 March 2014 12: 49
        +1
        No, friends, we are no longer showing teeth, we are already with our whole mouth, grasped the Crimea with a good grip. (including back teeth, dog lovers understand), and we can’t remove us from him!
      7. S-17
        S-17 14 March 2014 13: 30
        0
        I think (even I’m sure) that from Monday (after the closing of the Paralympic Games and the referendum in Crimea) a particularly active attack on the West will begin.
      8. S-17
        S-17 14 March 2014 13: 30
        +1
        I think (even I’m sure) that from Monday (after the closing of the Paralympic Games and the referendum in Crimea) a particularly active attack on the West will begin.
    2. Kolya
      Kolya 14 March 2014 08: 57
      +3
      Point 3 for Ukraine played the most significant role, without this pro-Western no one would have listened. In fact, because of paragraph 3, the pro-Westerners did not even have to strain too much, they waited for the moment and began to be at the helm.
  2. Uncle lee
    Uncle lee 14 March 2014 08: 12
    +26
    The caliber was and will be 5,45 and better 7,62 soldier
    1. CALL.
      CALL. 14 March 2014 08: 33
      +9
      The USA, being predators, sometimes feed on carrion.

      According to the habits of the United States, this is a jackal. A predatory, wolf-like animal of the canine family, feeding mainly on carrion. Always attacks the weaker or the pack. The Jackal is a cunning and impudent beast. In terms of the audacity of attacks on poultry houses and peasant barns, he is perhaps even superior to foxes. However, the jackal is too cowardly to be the first to attack a person.
      1. domiemon
        domiemon 14 March 2014 09: 10
        +8
        By the way, for sure. The wars of Russia are for the most part a war against an equal or stronger opponent, or even not one. Either these are nomads from the Great Steppe, then the Livonian Order, then the Poles, then the Turks, then the Swedes, then the French Napoleon, then the British and French, then the Germans. And the Americans, then with the Filipinos clash, then with the Mex, then with some thread of Honduras, then with Panama, then with Grenada, then with Somalia (where they were shamefully fucked besides), then with Vietnam (where they were also fucked) then with Iraq. Of the more or less normal opponents, they barely managed to cope with Japan (in the Ardennes, at the end of the war, not the strongest group of Germans was also oppressed ** to the fullest), and then we had to crush ours in the end in Manchuria. I do not diminish the heroism of the American soldiers who fought in Saipan, Iwo Jima, Okinawa and Guadalcanal, but ... I was a few years ago in the summer in Saipan and where the landing on Red Beach was famous there was a plaque that said that there was the largest tank battle in the Pacific The theater of operations, as many as 40 tanks there participated in it. As they say, remember Prokhorovka and feel the difference. For the whole WWII, amers, in my opinion, lost 250,000 people - this is more than 100 (!) Times less than we lost. What can I say there ...
    2. Canep
      Canep 14 March 2014 08: 41
      +2
      5.56 and 5.45 are one and the same caliber, in the west they measure caliber by the diameter of the bullet, and in our case by the rifling fields. But the cartridges are not interchangeable NOTA longer.
      1. sso-xnumx
        sso-xnumx 14 March 2014 10: 29
        +1
        So under 5.56 Mikhail Timofeevich, heaven be with him, AK on IZhmash has already done. I just don’t know if they managed to sell anything from this series.
  3. Megard
    Megard 14 March 2014 08: 14
    -59%
    You write "Russia", "Russia", forgetting that all of Russia is the Kremlin lads, do you think there are many patriots there? And what do they think about first of all: about the welfare of the Motherland or about their own benefit?
    1. Horst78
      Horst78 14 March 2014 08: 26
      +12
      Quote: Megard
      all of Russia is the Kremlin lads

      Sorry, but I'm not "bro"
    2. Sibiriya
      Sibiriya 14 March 2014 08: 27
      +20


      Russia is not only the Kremlin lads - it is our long-suffering people, our long-suffering land.
      Somehow you are one-sided and embittered

    3. Good cat
      Good cat 14 March 2014 09: 10
      +7
      Russia is, first of all, all of us, and then the Kremlin
      1. military
        military 14 March 2014 12: 55
        0
        Quote: Good cat
        Russia is, first of all, all of us, and then the Kremlin

        holy naivety ... the Kremlin’s opinion, of course, no longer counts? ... lol
        it’s just a good slogan ... convenient for all time ... and nothing more ...
        Oboronservis case + Serdyukov's final ... Bastrykin and Chaika's "audience" in Putin's Kremlin office in the midst of a scandal about gambling business protection + denouement of this case ...
        opinions were voiced ... and the opinion of "all of Russia" ... and the "opinion of the Kremlin" ... is the result not depressing? ...
        that "Russia is, first of all, we are all, and then only ..." it is customary to remember when the Kremlin needs a clear demonstration of universal patriotism ... well, also, for obvious reasons, before the elections ... during the breaks the vector "later ..." changes direction ...
        PS "minus" is not from me ... because everyone has the right to be mistaken ... hi
    4. Refund_SSSR
      Refund_SSSR 14 March 2014 10: 35
      +11
      Quote: Megard
      all of Russia is the Kremlin lads

      I - Russia, my family - Russiamy friends and my whole city - Russia, all my native island of Sakhalin - Russia, all islands of the Sakhalin Oblast - Russiamy native Sea of ​​Okhotsk - Russia, all the lands and waters that are beyond my native Tatar Strait and to Kaliningrad - Russia, all the people who live on these lands - Russia.
      Remember this!
    5. avg
      avg 14 March 2014 10: 41
      +5
      Quote: Megard
      You write "Russia", "Russia", forgetting that all of Russia is the Kremlin lads, do you think there are many patriots there?

      Where are you from, Cossack? Is it not from Lviv by chance, or from the swamp maidan? In any case, it’s better for you to climb under the snag and sit quietly, the propagandist of horseradish, otherwise you grab grains according to the laws of wartime, it will not seem enough.
      1. Spnsr
        Spnsr 14 March 2014 11: 31
        +2
        Quote: avg
        Quote: Megard
        You write "Russia", "Russia", forgetting that all of Russia is the Kremlin lads, do you think there are many patriots there?

        Where are you from, Cossack? Is it not from Lviv by chance, or from the swamp maidan? In any case, it’s better for you to climb under the snag and sit quietly, the propagandist of horseradish, otherwise you grab grains according to the laws of wartime, it will not seem enough.

        he is a cyber attack from pen.dos.tana
    6. Kuvabatake
      Kuvabatake 14 March 2014 11: 03
      +1
      What kind of lads it is necessary to understand neither here, nor this hour. And not at the moment when the country is in danger. And our rulers are those whom we ourselves have chosen. A cheap talk: I did not vote for them! - For me personally it sounds like: We did not send you there! - for the Afghans. angry
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    8. Duelist
      Duelist 14 March 2014 12: 26
      +4
      Quote: Megard
      You write "Russia", "Russia", forgetting that all of Russia is the Kremlin lads, do you think there are many patriots there? And what do they think about first of all: about the welfare of the Motherland or about their own benefit?

      Do you think that in Russia they love Medvedev, Chubais, Fursenko and others? The country now needs a LEADER and he is.
      And your statements in 1941 were called treason. When brotherly blood is pouring and the brotherly people are suffering, and fascism with American imperialism raises its head at the borders, compatriots are required to UNITY.
      Or will you hide behind?
      1. military
        military 14 March 2014 14: 37
        +1
        Quote: Duelist
        Do you think that in Russia they love Medvedev, Chubais, Fursenko and others? The country now needs a LEADER and he is.

        there is a leader ... only, with this very leader, Medvedev, Chubais, and Fursenko feel very good ... all those who are so "unloved" in Russia ... wink
    9. Cynic
      Cynic 14 March 2014 16: 09
      0
      Quote: AVV
      , after putting things in order in Crimea, it will be necessary to closely tackle the fifth column in Russia, and identify potentially dangerous, dependent oligarchs from the west !!!First warn them, and then start taking action on them.

      It is useless, according to Wikipedia
      you ro-dock. 1. contempt a person who stands out in his family or in his environment with extremely negative qualities.

      Alas.
      request
  4. super-vitek
    super-vitek 14 March 2014 08: 15
    +14
    I agree with the author !!! But not only the Crimea they need to break off their teeth !!! And the whole of Ukraine !!! And the only way !!!
    1. Orik
      Orik 14 March 2014 09: 30
      0
      Quote: super-vitek
      I agree with the author !!! But not only the Crimea they need to break off their teeth !!! And the whole of Ukraine !!! And the only way !!!

      All the USSR, the Russian Empire, Russia.
  5. Andrey Yuryevich
    Andrey Yuryevich 14 March 2014 08: 16
    +6
    If Russia now does not break its teeth in the West with Crimea, it remains only to wait for the 15 caliber to become in the RF Armed Forces in 20-5,56 years.
    Posted by Sergey Kolesnikov, KSV1973 hi I think that there will not be then IN the RF ... so: Russia-FORWARD!
  6. Boris55
    Boris55 14 March 2014 08: 17
    +6
    Quote: KSV1973
    If Russia gives slack in relation to Crimea ... If Russia now does not break its teeth in the West

    Our Crimea, there was a formality, and the West does not mind this, although it also barks but no longer bites - there is nothing.
    1. polly
      polly 14 March 2014 12: 49
      +3
      They gave Crimea under a glass -
      good life.
      Do not let trample your feet
      Russian. Have a question?
      Not with the war in Crimea, Russia,
      driving away scum
      Russia cleans the world
      rakes dirt.
      [Solvest]
  7. Sergg
    Sergg 14 March 2014 08: 18
    +9
    Negotiations with the West about Crimea - THIS IS THE END OF RUSSIA. There are no options.
    It seems that Russia needs to wait and take tough action to protect its own in the eastern and southern regions of Ukraine, the Kremlin will inevitably need to do this, respect the strong one.
  8. Combitor
    Combitor 14 March 2014 08: 26
    +15
    The country is now having a difficult time in foreign policy. America and the West are conducting open informational and psychological aggression against us, inciting the whole world against us and posing as an aggressor trying to seize a sovereign state. At the same time, not a word from the leadership of these countries is said in what way and who seized power in this "sovereign" state. But that doesn't bother me that much. I know the truth is on our side. And whoever is right will win. I am more worried that Russia is full of various media outlets that openly distort the situation in Ukraine, presenting the Russian leadership, the Russian army, even Russian citizens as invaders. About rallies across the country in support of Crimea and Ukrainians protesting against the putschists, they write that these are actions directed by the authorities, to which trained people are brought. That Putin is New Hitler, that Russia wants to deal with the Crimea, like the Germans with Austria or Czechoslovakia. They added to the fact that they are openly calling on the West to apply all possible sanctions to Russia and its citizens. It is enough to read the same Shenderovich, Orekh, Yakovenko, Ryklin, Golts, Latynina, Satarov ... Everything that is written and said on this topic by the "fifth column" is beyond count.
    And this morning I was frankly delighted with the news when I learned that sites like Grani and Daily Journal were shut down. "Novaya Gazeta" is not far from them, but is still "breathing." Of course, whoever wants to be able to find them on the Internet and read the slander that the "authors" write on the pages of these media. But the fact that they are beginning to gag - pleases.
    1. Vadim12
      Vadim12 14 March 2014 08: 40
      +4
      This is the so-called. the "fifth column" is. I think Putin will soon arrange a "bairam" for them, otherwise the US embassy is often visited as they go to work.
      1. Combitor
        Combitor 14 March 2014 09: 33
        +8
        Quote: Vadim12
        and then to the US Embassy

        And where else should they go to sign paychecks on payrolls?
    2. avg
      avg 14 March 2014 10: 59
      +4
      Quote: Kombitor
      And this morning I was frankly delighted with the news when I learned that sites like Grani and Daily Journal were shut down. "Novaya Gazeta" has not gone far from them, but is still "breathing"

      Here is some more good news. Finally, they took up the dirty tricks from Lenta.sru. Yesterday, her editor-in-chief, Galina Timchenko, was fired, and Ilya Azar is waiting for her soon dismissal. The howl and sorrow of creacles rolls over.
      "Spiritualized" face of Galina Timchenko.
      1. Combitor
        Combitor 14 March 2014 23: 30
        +2
        Quote: avg
        The howl and sorrow of creacles rolls over

        Yesterday I "went" to the site of Radio Liberty. I read the comments on the shutdown of the fifth column sites. All are sustained in one spirit: Russia is a totalitarian state, freedom of speech, "freedom for parrots", etc. are being clamped down in the country. etc.
        I expressed my opinion. Extremely polite and "tolerant". The moderator did not miss. So the truth among the defenders of "American democracy" is one-sided.
        And about the closure of sites ... If a hole has formed in the floor at home, from which it pulls a draft and stinks, what does the owner do? Close up a hole. The air becomes clean and warm at home.
  9. mitya24
    mitya24 14 March 2014 08: 30
    +7
    The return of the Crimea is a timid attempt to restore the former greatness of the USSR, the shadow of which does not allow all of this homo-European brotherhood to sleep peacefully, and the pin of ** owls forces them to re-dig out bomb shelters and stock up on stew.
    1. Bigriver
      Bigriver 14 March 2014 13: 19
      0
      Quote: mitya24
      The return of the Crimea is a timid attempt to restore the former greatness of the USSR ...

      Cool phrase.
      Like, if our "timid attempt" is loudly stopped, we will tremble and fall below crying
      Mitya, prick - are you lope old? laughing
      Do you believe what was said?
  10. shitovmg
    shitovmg 14 March 2014 08: 30
    +5
    This, in my opinion, everyone knows, 2, 3 points are somehow like a provocation ...


    What provocation? Crimea, Crimea - this is understandable. But we have exactly the same situation as in Ukraine. Patriotism is a good thing, but in the head one must not only have brains, but so that they are able to think. And how and who is fighting corruption in our country is very clear. The Ministry of Internal Affairs has to sneeze at their work, they are "in the law", the nouveau riche continue to rob the people, corrupt officials are fighting corruption. Cops go to jail for 10 thousand rubles, and we have a salary of 7. Russia is not Moscow! I support Putin's policy towards Ukraine, but I have never voted for him and I hope I will not! (An exception when he voted for Ebiputov, when they opposed Zyuganov)
  11. Cossacks
    Cossacks 14 March 2014 08: 31
    +4
    The author S. Kolesnikov is looking at the root, it makes me happy. Thank you return the faith that we still have thinking people, but now they are living more and more with what they gain from the media.
    1. ksv1973
      14 March 2014 18: 02
      +1
      Thank you, Kazakov, for figuring out the essence of my words. It was just a weak quintessence, a liquid concentrate of some of my thoughts. Not everyone was able to dilute it to their level, to understand that sometimes you need to read between the lines.
      Good luck to you!
  12. kare
    kare 14 March 2014 08: 32
    +7
    3. God forbid, the current Russian leadership will not stop the corruption of the orgy in their country. There will be a similar Ukrainian disaster with incredibly more serious consequences. I really don't want to repeat the horrors of 1917-1923, and what happened next.


    The only place in the article to which you need to pay special attention. I think everyone should go to bed with the thought of destroying the "fifth column", get up with this thought. The article is weak. Shadow of previous articles.
    1. Ingvar 72
      Ingvar 72 14 March 2014 09: 53
      +4
      Quote: kare
      .Article weak

      There are a few, but not all writers were born. The emotional impulse is more important, and here it is. Let's look at further actions of Putin after the 16th. The fact that Crimea is already in Russia is a fact, it remains to legitimize. And with the South-East of Ukraine, not everything is so simple. It will be very disappointing if satisfied with the Crimea, we will surrender the Russian-speaking population of the rest of Ukraine. I repeat, I consider the best solution to be the federalization of Ukraine, with the subsequent integration of these entities with Russia. + carrot and stick, carrot-European tariffs for pro-Western regions, carrot - domestic for pro-Russian, and for everything, gas, oil, customs privileges. After that, Kiev itself will be pulled up by Bandera, and it will be asked to Russia. But all this is possible only after federalization. Therefore, the Euromaidan is afraid of a nationwide referendum on federalization, like a devil. It is necessary to help fraternal Ukraine with the organization of the anti-Maidan, and to help a little bit denyuzhku. hi
    2. ksv1973
      14 March 2014 18: 21
      +1
      And I did not read the previous ones. There is simply no time, I work.
      I just decided to share my thoughts, find out the opinions of my friends on the site, including you, Roman. Thank you for your constructive assessment!
      Good luck to you!
  13. rotmistr4
    rotmistr4 14 March 2014 08: 33
    +9
    Putin’s silence is even more worrying for the West than direct action !! And analysts all over the world lurked in anticipation of further actions by Russia. We are waiting for the decision of the People of Crimea !!!
  14. Bigriver
    Bigriver 14 March 2014 08: 34
    +6
    1. At the moment, Russia is being tested for the last time by the forces of the West.

    That is, we take one strong step and everyone will leave us behind? smile
    As long as Russia is alive, it will be CONSTANTLY tested for strength.
    2. Now the political picture is much more alarming for Russia (for us, that is).

    Than when?
    3. God forbid, the current Russian leadership will not stop the corruption orgy in their country. There will be a similar Ukrainian misfortune

    By what indicators do you define the degree of corruption as a bacchanalia?
    4. Now all sane people understand that the USA, being predators, sometimes feed on carrion.

    The United States, given its current global mission, will always be Russia's geopolitical adversary. This is a given.
    5. For the second time, during the Olympics, Russia is being provoked to a military operation. In today's world, this is not an accident. Maybe enough of my country to experience the Olympic calm?

    What do you suggest to do? Go to the last and decisive battle?
    6. The situation is ripe when Russia, for the sake of its own survival and the survival of its citizens, must begin to collect the previously lost primordial Russian lands. And don't be afraid to show your teeth to your "strategic partners".

    I mean, declare war on the former Soviet republics?
    There are many more countries in the world than those who are our geopolitical adversaries. This game (or war) will be long.
    Don't be nervous. It is necessary to deal with the economy, domestic and foreign policy, defense and create a "magnet" from Russia to which the less weak and successful will be attracted.
    PS
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    1. Ingvar 72
      Ingvar 72 14 March 2014 10: 07
      +2
      Quote: BigRiver
      By what indicators do you define the degree of corruption as a bacchanalia?

      Under the Serdyukov Amnesty. The Antimonopoly Committee works (noticeably by the results) on only monopolies. Have you paid for the receipt of housing and communal services for a long time? There, half goes to the left, and if you want to figure it out is a piece of cake. (All management companies are either shared with local authorities or owned by them)
      Quote: BigRiver
      Don't be nervous. It is necessary to deal with the economy, domestic and foreign policy, defense and create a "magnet" from Russia to which the less weak and successful will be attracted.

      I agree with this, but from our internal achievements we still have NANOTECHNOLOGIES of Mr. Chubais. request
      1. Bigriver
        Bigriver 14 March 2014 13: 09
        0
        Quote: Ingvar 72
        1. Under the Amnesty of Serdyukov.
        2. Have you paid for the receipt of housing and communal services for a long time? There, half goes to the left ...
        3 ... of our internal achievements, we still have NANOTECHNOLOGIES of Mr. Chubais. request

        1-2
        Are these all indicators for diagnosing an all-Russian phenomenon?
        3
        Achievements are much more than forum communication can accommodate.
      2. military
        military 14 March 2014 13: 49
        +1
        Quote: Ingvar 72
        Quote: BigRiver
        By what indicators do you define the degree of corruption as a bacchanalia?

        Under the Serdyukov Amnesty ...

        this is not a bacchanalia at all ... it is a savory spit from the "secondary" Kremlin into the physiognomy of a "primary" society ... hi
        (on the age-old theme of chicken and eggs)
        1. Bigriver
          Bigriver 14 March 2014 15: 02
          0
          Quote: military
          ... this, just, is not a bacchanalia at all ... this is a savory spit from the "secondary" Kremlin into the physiognomy of a "primary" society ... hi

          You're giving subjective assessment and you have exactly the same rights to it as I have to mine.
          Only none of us has the right to objective assessment phenomenon.
          What I told the Author and Ingvar 72.
          Will you dispute this point of view?
          hi
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  15. Mercenary
    Mercenary 14 March 2014 08: 34
    +4
    I would like Russia to be tested for strength for the last time, but unfortunately this is not the case. these jackals will always look for weakness, and "carrion is not the carrion of the fascists of the Maidan" but the victims of the Slavic mira.kotoryh will always try to destroy.
  16. skyil
    skyil 14 March 2014 08: 37
    +3
    The article is two-faced, it seems like ours, but it also pushes for military actions, be careful, everything has its time! An hour is needed X. Moreover, the matter is not quite in Crimea, the world is being redivided, take a closer look and listen attentively to who and what they are talking about the whole west. Putin cannot be mistaken now, the time is coming for Russia and ask him ?! - the grandchildren will not forgive us. Best regards to the author.
  17. Kodar 75
    Kodar 75 14 March 2014 08: 38
    +2
    Russia will never lose its greatness. And with the West we will speak like this:
  18. Leader
    Leader 14 March 2014 08: 42
    -14%
    It's time for the Kremlin to arrange its own Maidan - Serdyukov's one thing is worth it! And how many people like this Serdyukov are there? And there is no end in sight for this "elite" ...
    No matter how many cops you re-certify, they will remain cops.
    If Kadyrev is needed for the presidency, then, probably, everything will change.
    1. Boris55
      Boris55 14 March 2014 08: 49
      +8
      Quote: Leader
      It’s time for the Kremlin to arrange its Maidan - what’s one thing for Serdyukov! And how many are there like this Serdyukov?

      Leader, you're wrong.
      Didn't the Ukrainian Maidan teach you anything? Can't you see that instead of some "Serdyukovs," exactly the same ones came, only the names are different, and besides, the country was destroyed, and how many people were ruined for nothing ... Do you want us to do the same?
      1. Ingvar 72
        Ingvar 72 14 March 2014 10: 13
        +1
        Quote: Boris55
        Can't you see that instead of some "Serdyukovs" came exactly the same,

        Worse, and much worse. We do not need the Maidan now, but political and personal will. Therefore, the whole country is now looking at Vova with hope. But how he will show himself, we'll see, everything will be clear this spring.
        P.S. Good morning, Boris. hi
    2. Fess
      Fess 14 March 2014 09: 08
      +5
      The experience of the latest "revolutions" shows that they did not lead to anything good. There are problems, but the Maidan cannot solve them
  19. vladsolo56
    vladsolo56 14 March 2014 08: 44
    +5
    Once again I want to draw the attention of the peoples of Russia. Isn't Crimea an example for us, if all the peoples of Russia spit on fear, if at the next elections, and not only at the next, all come out as one and vote for true people's deputies, then the power in the country will really become the power of the people. Any threats are only worth something when the people are fragmented and intimidated. The example of Crimea is another proof that only all together on a legal basis, through legal elections, can we stop the bandits, and corruption, and the plundering of Russia. I would also like to note, using the example of Ukraine, that any revolution today will only lead to power only radicals who, apart from beautiful slogans and threats, do nothing. You shouldn't support extremists, you can't even allow them to come to power for a moment. We want to see Russia strong, we want to see our children happy, then think and understand all this can be achieved normally and according to the law.
  20. Ruswolf
    Ruswolf 14 March 2014 08: 44
    +2
    Russia in the person of the government expressed its opinion, its point of view, and even after many states supported Russia, there should not be any negotiations with the West!
    But the leadership of the country should also pay attention to domestic affairs. Now circles with pro-European views are starting to activate! They begin to speak with the media - calling Russian politics the Reconstruction of totalitarianism, they are already demanding not to interfere in the affairs of Ukraine, hiding behind fraternal feelings. Therefore, a couple would do the cleaning at home, and not scatter amnesties. Otherwise, the next Maidan will be held in Moscow!

    Lukashenko correctly told his government that everyone needs to draw conclusions.
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  22. Imigrantt
    Imigrantt 14 March 2014 08: 46
    +3
    Quote: Megard
    You write "Russia", "Russia", forgetting that all of Russia is the Kremlin lads, do you think there are many patriots there? And what do they think about first of all: about the welfare of the Motherland or about their own benefit?

    Dear for you personally !!! I live in Crimea !!! And from the outside all these years it was clear whether one lads or not !!! Historically, in Russia, mother's attitude to power, whatever it may be, is purely biased !!!! As under Peter, Stalypin, Stalin, Brezhnev, now VV Putin !!!! That's just, in addition to the outraged liberals and idlers, for the most part, working people and patriots, who have no time to relax their brains in small talk, much more than arrogant corrupt Chaldeans who are ready to sell themselves and the people to other "kind" owners abroad for easy money !!! Not suspecting that they automatically and themselves will be slaves !!!! So do not equate everyone to zero the comb !!!!! hi
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  24. Igarr
    Igarr 14 March 2014 08: 48
    +4
    I seem to have misunderstood something. In the stated.
    From the author - ".. I do not accept most aspects of Russian reality."
    Couldn't it be more precise - the majority ... how much is it? 51% ... 75% ... 90%
    ...
    The trouble with all forums is what is written here. Intonation is not transmitted. No facial expressions are visible. Don't look into your eyes.
    ...
    So I will shut up.
    1. AndreyS
      AndreyS 14 March 2014 10: 00
      +3
      Quote: Igarr
      I seem to have misunderstood something. In the stated.
      From the author - ".. I do not accept most aspects of Russian reality."

      I think that the author meant the manifestation of our corruption. After all, it's not a secret for anyone that honest judges cannot be found with fire in the daytime, gentlemen prosecutors consider themselves a separate non-judicial caste, and so on. Unfortunately, all the attempts of the president to fight corruption get bogged down right sometimes in open sabotage! And until society understands that it is impossible to feed those who take the law, nothing will change. And society is not profitable, because many have a "stigma in the gun" and it is easier to pay off than to answer for their jambs. Well, the deep roots of bribery (since 1998) are dwarf salaries of law enforcement officers, when everyone was not sweet, and the criminals always had a lot of money, and the state did not care how those who defend it live. Now we are reaping the fruits of that policy. And until self-consciousness changes, it will be difficult to overcome this swamp. Either they should be afraid - it is necessary to introduce the confiscation of property for bribery and embezzlement (maybe then they will be careful).
  25. Ilja 22
    Ilja 22 14 March 2014 08: 52
    +4
    If Russia gives slack regarding Crimea

    In this case, it will not, but you should not stop in Crimea alone, at least consider Eastern Ukraine, you need to regain your former Glory and respect!
  26. Msergeyg
    Msergeyg 14 March 2014 08: 55
    +1
    Almost everything is true, however, to declare that Russia should begin to regain all the lost territories, at least, is not entirely appropriate at this time. This can scare away many CIS countries from us.
  27. mountain
    mountain 14 March 2014 09: 02
    +1
    Americans are not predators, but horsemen.
  28. Alexey Prikazchikov
    Alexey Prikazchikov 14 March 2014 09: 09
    -6
    The author you are just a damn naive fool ... to.
    1. ksv1973
      26 March 2014 20: 59
      0
      Alexey ! I didn’t drink brotherhood with you, and we may not be relatives either. Why "poke" a stranger? Moreover, I in no way wanted to offend you by expressing my opinion.
      PS After the word "author" you should have put either a comma or a dash.
      But seriously, your opinion is also valuable to me hi !
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  29. serjant4
    serjant4 14 March 2014 09: 09
    +1
    Time to collect stones ....
  30. dmb
    dmb 14 March 2014 09: 15
    +2
    Auto RU. On points 1. I share, but not the last. 2. These "and then ..." cannot; if they can, then only together with the partners of our government (mind you, partners, no quotes). 3. The current Russian leadership will not stop, because it is the head of this corrupt bacchanalia. Cases when a corrupt official said: "That's enough, got drunk" - the history of capitalism is not known. Even if such an "altruist" appears, he will immediately be devoured by those who believe that they have eaten less. 4. Figuratively. 5. One thing I won’t understand why a sporting event, even a global one, needs to evaluate any event not related to sports: from the price of oil to the election of the leader of the mumbo-jumbo tribe. 6. It is necessary to collect, here are just ways of collecting ?. There are only two options: as the Anglo-Saxons or as the USSR. In the first case, it is necessary to rob the colonies, and there are fewer and fewer people in the world who want to be robbed. In the second, to have an idea that is attractive to the people of other countries. The idea of ​​the Russian world will not work, because the Kazakhs do not need it. Even Ukrainians and Belarusians don't need it. And with what disdain some "brothers" from the Don and Kuban treat Russians, you can familiarize yourself here on the site. So besides socialism there is nothing to lure.
  31. Stinger
    Stinger 14 March 2014 09: 23
    -2
    It looks like a look from the Swamp. He walked, walked with white ribbons, and finally noticed.
  32. Pesnyadv
    Pesnyadv 14 March 2014 09: 34
    +3
    Negotiations with present Kiev on only one issue - they unconditionally capitulate.

    Dear President of Russia, no negotiations with the Maydon.
    Negotiations only about their unconditional surrender !!!
    If the enemy does not surrender, then they destroy him.
  33. Gagarin
    Gagarin 14 March 2014 09: 35
    +6
    The article is good!
    And according to the actions of Russia, flirting with the West WILL NOT GIVE ANYTHING, anyway we won’t become friends, anyway they don’t recognize them that they are not happy. So maybe stop looking at them?
    JUST TAKE YOUR OWN!
  34. w2000
    w2000 14 March 2014 09: 41
    +4
    Russia needs a return to socialism, preferably peacefully, through an understanding of the ruling elite of the need for a radical turn to abandon capitalist values, otherwise revolution cannot be avoided. Because the people are tired of the oligarchy, corruption, unemployment, bureaucratic and power lawlessness, and stratification of society. Now the minds and hearts of Russians are riveted to the situation in Crimea and Ukraine, but when everything is over there, everything will return to our internal Russian reality, with oligarchic rule, unemployment, hopelessness and a real average salary in the regions of 7-10 thousand rubles.
    1. Ruswolf
      Ruswolf 14 March 2014 10: 39
      -1
      Russia needs a return to socialism, preferably peacefully, through an understanding of the ruling elite of the need for a radical turn to abandon capitalist values,

      And you are fond of fiction.
      Even Belyaev and even Tolkien would never have thought of such a thing!
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  35. ovgorskiy
    ovgorskiy 14 March 2014 09: 41
    +2
    Author Sergey Kolesnikov, you have some kind of porridge in your head. On the one hand, he condemns the Maidan, on the other hand, he speaks with the slogans of the Maidan. He brought in a "corruption bacchanalia". I would like to ask the author, when is it a bacchanalia and when is it just corruption, what is measured? Moreover, the calls for war from the author generally resemble a provocation. Advice to the author, do not read the Ukrainian media in the morning.
    I think reasonable actions for the future:
    1. Take Crimea to the Russian Federation and build life there, it will take a lot of time.
    2. Questions on the South-East of Ukraine should be solved by political means by the method of bidding and compromise. The maximum that we can do is to achieve for him a federal or autonomous status, that's all.
    To send our troops to Ukraine, it’s like death. Only in the most extreme case, and then not in order to capture something. Not time and not place. Whoever does not understand this is either a provocateur or is not quite aware of the responsibility of the task.
    Russia has been fighting over Crimea for more than 100 years and on a historical scale of 20 years, this is one instant. It’s easy to destroy, it’s hard and long to restore!
    1. ksv1973
      14 March 2014 19: 46
      +1
      Learn to read between the lines, boy! Just before reading chew porridge in your mouth, God forbid choking.
  36. Kushadasov
    Kushadasov 14 March 2014 09: 43
    +2
    in 15-20 years in the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation AKM will become 5,56 caliber



    Plus. We do not need the NATO caliber! And the current 5.45 needs to be changed to 7.62!)))
    1. w2000
      w2000 14 March 2014 09: 55
      +1
      No need to trifle! We have adopted the metric measurement system, why do we need Anglo-Saxon inches and lines? Give a centimeter cartridge! New 10 mm cartridges for pistols and submachine guns, new 10 mm intermediate cartridges for machine guns and carbines and new 10 mm cartridges for sniper rifles and machine guns. Now, in front of hand weapons, the problem of armor penetration of existing and promising personal protective equipment, as well as cars and light armored vehicles, is in the first place. Within the 5,45 mm cartridge - this is not possible to solve, and the 7,62 mm cartridges and weapons under them - are outdated morally.
  37. Perm59rus
    Perm59rus 14 March 2014 09: 45
    +2
    The author be calm, like many here, I consider Crimea only a starting point. The point is not a return to a unipolar world. It's time to show the whole world the revival of a true empire! soldier
  38. stork
    stork 14 March 2014 10: 05
    +1
    yes there will be nothing, they will make some noise and sit on the ass exactly. our fucking "elita" will hand over everything
    Am and still receive gifts
  39. stork
    stork 14 March 2014 10: 07
    0
    "am"
  40. Potin
    Potin 14 March 2014 10: 09
    +2
    Thunder will not strike, man will not cross himself. This is about us Russians. Thunder struck. Now our authorities will begin to really fight corruption as well, and industry will nationalize industry and agriculture. And they will do it quickly. And there is no other way.
  41. kirneff211
    kirneff211 14 March 2014 10: 09
    0
    and why the United States decides how we should live, who they are, so we decide to remember YUGOSLAVIA IRAN LIVIA and so on it is a pity that the USA will not hear us anymore bankrupt; it needs new wars and they will do everything possible they have nothing; only dollars of paper that have not been confirmed about their guarantee currency and the whole world hung ears
  42. Slavkovich
    Slavkovich 14 March 2014 10: 12
    +1
    And it’s too late to give the slack, only forward. Russia is a counterweight to a unipolar world
  43. nod739
    nod739 14 March 2014 10: 22
    +1
    Quote: aktanir
    Russia at the moment is just doing what shows its teeth to the West.

    you forget about all sorts of
    1. Liberals seated in power
    2. West-oriented oligarchs who have accounts there and feed many diplomats
    3 5th kalona, ​​NGOs, and many media
    4. the model of society is almost 1 in 1 as in the West, which is logical to assume, will lead to the result that we see in Europe
    ... and teeth, I remember the USSR for two days in Czechoslovakia put things in order, these were teeth
  44. Ribwort
    Ribwort 14 March 2014 10: 26
    +1
    Quote: "God forbid, the current Russian leadership will not stop the corruption orgy in their country. There will be a similar Ukrainian misfortune with incredibly more serious consequences."
    As far as I support Putin's policy in foreign relations (although, in my opinion, it could have been tougher here too), he is just as unpleasant to me in domestic politics. Where are Serdyukov, Vasilyeva, Chubais? Their place has been waiting for a long time. Novodvorskaya, Nemtsov, Kasyanov and others, clear representatives of the "fifth column" in Russia. Democracy, freedom of speech? Fuck them and that kind of democracy. On stake!
  45. nod739
    nod739 14 March 2014 10: 27
    +1
    indignant that the Russian Federation repays the debts of the USSR-that is, for all the former, and they also bark, not to mention the industry that they inherited
    at the time to announce the revision, and at least remind about it
    and to return the legitimate for debts, bailiffs do not stand on ceremony, well, countries also need more rigidity
  46. Ivan Russky
    Ivan Russky 14 March 2014 11: 17
    +3
    Quote: Kombitor
    And this morning I was frankly delighted with the news when I learned that sites like Grani and Daily Journal were shut down. "Novaya Gazeta" is not far from them, but is still "breathing." Of course, whoever wants to be able to find them on the Internet and read the slander that the "authors" write on the pages of these media. But the fact that they are beginning to gag - pleases.

    ECHO MOSCOW in St. Petersburg is also not far gone. This is written ... Read at your leisure.
  47. Mviktor
    Mviktor 14 March 2014 12: 14
    -3
    Quote: Horst78
    Quote: Megard
    all of Russia is the Kremlin lads

    Sorry, but I'm not "bro"


    and the Kremlin lads are not Russia
  48. Dubox
    Dubox 14 March 2014 12: 34
    +4
    Finally a Russian man wakes up! Wait Bandera everything from small to large, and old men and women will fuck you. You have long tested the patience of the Russian people. If you have been put up with, that doesn’t mean you have to sit on your neck. CRY FROM THE HEART!
  49. Sour
    Sour 14 March 2014 12: 45
    -1
    The situation is ripe when Russia, for the sake of its own survival and the survival of its citizens, it is necessary to begin to collect previously lost native Russian lands.

    It sounds quite provocative, because the specific "ancestral lands" are not named. Russia within the borders of the former USSR? I personally don't like this idea.
    In a neighboring state, on the shoulders of a people tired of state corruption,

    The people there wanted a European freebie, not a fight against corruption. If anything, the government of Ukraine is now only lobbyists, and frank oligarchs are appointed governors.
    -------
    The article has a lot of slogans, zero specifics. No analysis, no valid conclusions. A surge of emotions, and nothing more.
  50. GRune
    GRune 14 March 2014 12: 49
    +2

    The goblin on the situation in Ukraine is not very short, but it is clear.