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Crimea, power and lessons of the Brest peace

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So, it happened. Crimea became Russian. Finally and irrevocably. So far this is the main zdovutty euromaidan, and, apparently, not the last. Moreover, judging by how the situation is developing now, all subsequent “victories” will be associated, if not with the loss of territories in the near future, then with a series of humiliations that the State of Ukraine will have to endure.


First you need to understand what happened. No, the author will not curse the stupidity of the participants in euromaidan, stigmatize the Right Sector terrorists and analyze the consequences of the “national revival” in the Bandera version for the South-East of Ukraine. Many texts have already been written on this account, and those who wanted to understand what is happening have long understood the price of euromaidan and its leaders. We will try to look at the situation from a more general perspective.

What is a revolution, coup or coup for the state organism? Regardless of the goodness of intentions and even the results of these shocks, for the state such social changes mean a serious illness. Every organism that survived a disease (and even more so, a disease accompanied by a series of shock states) needs rest. It is peace that doctors prescribe to citizens tormented by illness, putting the convalescent person into bed, excluding drafts and disturbances. As applied to the state, this very mode of rest, necessary for the restoration of the organism, in no way implies neither a war, nor any confrontation with its neighbors.

This, by the way, was well understood by the one whose monuments the Ukrainian “revolutionaries” began to demolish with such enthusiasm. The Brest peace concluded by the Bolsheviks in 18 was perceived by many as a betrayal of national interests. But Lenin, remaining in the minority, risking his leadership of the party, and indeed the party itself, which was on the verge of a split, continued to insist that the country needs peace, and peace at any cost. Just a few months later, the Brest Treaty was denounced, but the Bolsheviks received the necessary time for the formation, as it were, of the “power bloc”, which helped to repel external and internal aggression.

The Ukrainian government apparently didn’t read Lenin at all, and indeed historical experience, apparently out of ignorance of the existence of such, simply ignored. As a result, these gentlemen began to act like Trotsky, who believed that Germany was no longer able to advance (in the Ukrainian version - “Russia is too weak”), and indeed - the rebelled German proletariat was about to help the Bolsheviks (in the Ukrainian interpretations - “The world community will help us”, or “Putin’s regime will soon fall under the pressure of white-collar workers”). “Lenin” was not found among the new Ukrainian authorities. Although it is not necessary to possess the qualities of a leader of the world proletariat in order to understand a situation that is as simple as a club of an euromaidan leader.

And the situation was and remains the following. Ukraine, poorly governed, with an empty treasury, is weakened by the dubious legitimacy of the authorities and the romping armed gangs of the Right Sector, which cannot be touched, because they are “the vanguard of the revolution”. The northern neighbor hangs over this really sick territory, which in recent years has steadily increased its weight on the world stage, has, according to various estimates, the second or third largest army in the world, and most importantly, it doesn’t particularly hide its imperial ambitions, in which Ukraine has always been given a special role, because, as you know, “Without Ukraine, Russia is not an empire”. Of course, Russia could not fail to take advantage of the weakening of Ukrainian statehood to solve its own geopolitical problems.

At the same time, Putin should not be blamed for the fact that he is driven only by an irrational craving for collecting Russian lands, because there are quite objective reasons for Russia's aggressive pressure on Ukraine. It is now scared to shiver in his knees Yatsenyuk says that “The issue of Ukraine’s joining NATO is not worth it.” A week, a year and ten years ago, all the same people did not hide their not only pro-Western, but also about NATO attitudes. And when the smell of fried, they turned for help there.

In this situation, Putin acted the same way as any normal leader of the country who was concerned about its security in the face of a very specific military threat — did everything to move this threat away from the borders of his state as far as possible.

It is appropriate to recall the Caribbean crisis, which almost led the world to a nuclear war. But the distance from Cuba to Miami is much greater than from Kharkov to Belgorod. Then Kennedy’s tough stance seemed to be quite justified. Putin’s position now looks exactly as justified: to get NATO bases and two thousand kilometers of border with a state belonging to a hostile military bloc seven hours from Moscow is a direct threat to Russia's national security, and imperial aspirations have nothing to do with it.

But our "strategists" of all this either did not take into account, or they underestimated Russia's determination to defend their geopolitical and military interests. And they chose the path, the worst of all possible: first, they began to tease the Russian bear, continuing to push the image of the enemy in the form of Russia in Ukraine, and second, they turned to the West for help. Waving fists in front of the Russian bear gave quite specific grounds for aggression, even if hidden, because it was not only anti-Russian waving, but also anti-Russian, which could not but be interpreted as direct threats to the Russian-speaking population of Ukraine.

And the appeal for help to the West, as expected, ended in nothing. That is, of course, the word "sanctions" in news ribbons are now no less popular than the "provocations" a month ago, but in fact, all these measures of the West for Russia are nothing more than a mosquito bite for an elephant. Visa restrictions for a couple of dozen officials? It's okay, they will go to rest in Sochi, since the infrastructure for cultural recreation of wealthy citizens is there. Asset seizure? Which ones? Who saw these assets? In addition, as far as Russians are concerned, there has recently been a law according to which senior officials, deputies and senators cannot have foreign assets. This, of course, is an empty formality, however, only assets formally associated with specific persons can be seized. In general, this is not a sanction, but complete nonsense.

And even a symbolic step - the exclusion of Russia from the Big Eight, which could mean at least some kind of international isolation, according to Merkel, is not considered. Those. Russia was scolded, of course, but left in a close circle of superpowers. As a relative-nouveau riche, who recently behaves arrogant and bolder, but without which, at the same time - nowhere.

By the way, about a wealthy relative - it turned out that Russia is so closely integrated into the world economy, and not only with its energy resources, but also with a huge domestic market, that the introduction of economic sanctions against Russia for the West is more expensive. And the “brazen” Russia quickly showed the world that economic sanctions could also be applied on its part by blocking imports from the Lithuanian port of Klaipeda. The Lithuanians quickly realized what the talk of sanctions was about, and not only slowed down in accusations against the Kremlin, but also demanded protection from the EU, putting it in the sense that it would be nice to compensate for the costs associated with the sanctions of Russia. Talk about economic sanctions faded away, and they are no longer on the agenda.

How will all this end? It is unlikely that Russia will begin to develop success, joining the Southeast region. Just because in a year or two almost all of Ukraine will fall to Putin’s feet, without much effort on his part.

Firstly, the current government is doing everything to plunge the country into an economic collapse. He doesn’t have any intelligible economic strategy, and most likely he willn’t have any help from outside - Yatsenyuk, of course, is still bubbling with statements on the topic “We are ready to lend,” but the further, the more this expectation of big money looks funnier.

The situation is exacerbated, to put it mildly, in the current situation, inappropriate steps to allocate funds for the army, attempts to drive the Right Sector militants into the stall of the National Guard, repressions against “separatists”, continuing anti-Russian rhetoric of the first persons and other steps that, in the absence of external support, look like permanent tantrum. And the saddest thing is that the list of candidates for the presidential throne does not give grounds to believe that the situation in Ukraine will change dramatically.

Secondly, Crimea will become the strongest factor in Ukrainian politics. And the point is not that his loss is a grandiose spit in Ukraine, which has never experienced such humiliation in its recent history. The fact is that Putin will try to make a showcase from Crimea to demonstrate the advantages of being part of the Empire. The first steps have already been announced. This is a billion-dollar investment and a special tax regime. So it’s quite possible that the popular slogan “Stop feeding the Caucasus!” In Russia will be replaced by “Stop feeding the Crimea!” But no slogans will force Putin to abandon the idea of ​​turning Crimea into yet another Sochi - first of all, because this Crimean “showcase” "Better than any agitation, he will show the southeast of Ukraine the movement vector and will convince doubters, who are still many in Kharkov, Donetsk, and Dnepropetrovsk.

This demonstration will be especially acute against the backdrop of the economic catastrophe towards which Ukraine is moving. This, of course, will take time, but, given the general situation, in this case it works for the Kremlin. So the integrity of Ukraine after the loss of Crimea is a very big question. And not because Russian Tanks will enter its territory, but because the territory itself will run to Russia, sweeping the Ukrainian cheers and mediocre rulers in its path.

Can this be avoided? Theoretically, yes. Theoretically, because in general, something had to be done before.

Immediately after Yanukovych fled, new Ukrainian leaders needed to go not to the West, but to Russia. Riding, taking with him as a souvenir wrapped in a gift wrapper and tied with a magnificent bow Yarosh head - figuratively, of course. Ride and give guarantees. The guarantee that the NATO soldier’s boots never set foot on Ukrainian soil, that the Russian language would be the state language, that the regions, especially the Southeast, would receive a special status ... Shove your national pride far away and agree to any conditions for the sake of preservation peace and territorial integrity.

Acting as Trotsky Lenin had ordered to act a hundred years ago, sending him to Brest-Litovsk, to bargain, but if he did not give up concessions, to sign peace on any conditions.

Of course, Putin’s categorical non-recognition of the new Ukrainian government is an obstacle, but not insurmountable. How can you not hold the same historical parallel - the Bolsheviks that just came to power for the West were far less legitimate and far more unpleasant than the current Ukrainian leadership for Putin. However, the Bolsheviks managed to reverse this attitude. Lenin, realizing that the Western establishment would not sit down at the negotiating table with the revolutionaries, drew to his side a man who was in the most serious offices located not only in government buildings, but also in large banks. They became Leonid Krasin, who, although he treated the Bolsheviks with a slight contempt, was a real patriot and a statesman. He was able to build bridges between the new Russian government and the Western world. So if there is a mediator and, most importantly, a sincere desire to build a dialogue, no boycotts can be an obstacle. Moreover, Putin, being himself an absolute pragmatist in foreign policy, would inevitably react to distinct attempts to find common ground.

Alas, in Ukraine there is neither Lenin nor Krasin. But there are no options either. Because without building a normal dialogue with Russia, Ukraine simply cannot exist - she herself is almost incapable of supporting her statehood. And Western politicians, with grace and cynicism inherent only in them, have merged Ukraine, preferring their own selfish interests to the idea of ​​supporting Ukrainian statehood.

So you still have to negotiate with Russia. And now, after the loss of the Crimea and, in fact, the betrayal of the West, the conditions of these agreements will be very, very difficult, even turning Ukraine into a satellite of the Kremlin. But this, at least, will save Ukraine, which, I really want to believe, is still of some interest to Ukrainian politicians.
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  1. Tumbleweed
    Tumbleweed 20 March 2014 15: 42
    +26
    Russia has already done everything that is necessary, then time will work for us.
    Looking at what the "junta" are doing, there is no doubt that soon the former regions of Ukraine, as ripe fruits, will fall into Putin's hands, and there it remains only to look at the ripeness and usefulness of the "fruits" and to enter the Russian Federation through the State Duma hi
    It is ridiculous that the author does not understand that
    Putin's categorical non-recognition of the new Ukrainian government is an obstacle, but not insurmountable

    it's part of the strategy. Putin clearly stated that there are no legitimate rulers of his level in Ukraine ... Putin has a "spare trump card in his sleeve" this is the legitimate President of Ukraine Yanukovych, and Vladimir Vladimirovich is an experienced "player" and will not beat his "trump card" winked

    I actually made laugh when I found out that Novodvorskaya congratulated Yatsenyuk on the Victory ... The victory is somehow strange - the loss of the Crimea, however in Ukraine recently got used to Peremogy
    1. svetlomor
      svetlomor 20 March 2014 15: 58
      +12
      Tymoshenko returned to her homeland, the circus continues.
      1. Tumbleweed
        Tumbleweed 20 March 2014 16: 02
        +16
        Quote: svetlomor
        Tymoshenko returned to her homeland, the circus continues.

        The circus did not end, just another clown appeared in it wassat
        Read it:
        «The mistake of the world is that it continues to miss the birth and formation of a new fascist regime. If the world forgives him and in the future continues to be inactive in relation to Ukraine, this regime will become the dominant and main force in Europe. If the world keeps silent, it will be forced to dance to the tune of Putin, ”Yulia Tymoshenko said in an interview with the German edition of Bild.

        The fascists are loose in Kiev, and she is pounding at Russia ... She knows better about Putin's "tune", apparently from a long sitting Madama suffered, only about "pipes" and dreams wassat

        Further even more enchanting:
        Rather, he started a war with the world much earlier. When he supported the split in Moldova, when he organized a bloody massacre in Georgia, when headed the world club of dictators and defended and continues to defend them to the last - from Gaddafi to Assad, ”said Yulia Tymoshenko.

        I involuntarily remembered: "Excuse me, did I destroy the chapel too?" laughing
        1. stroporez
          stroporez 20 March 2014 17: 34
          +4
          come on, sho you are so holy fools ............. they are all from impotence .......
          1. I do not care
            I do not care 20 March 2014 20: 25
            +3
            Quote: stroporez
            come on, sho you are so holy fools ............. they are all from impotence .......
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          3. Stalker
            Stalker 20 March 2014 22: 01
            +4
            come on, sho you are so holy fools ............. they are all from impotence .......




            Crimea - for joining Russia, and Western countries - against.
            - So no one forces these countries to join Russia. laughing
          4. inkass_98
            inkass_98 21 March 2014 07: 27
            0
            The girl forgot her first coming to the Maidan. So her party comrades will once again remind her, only more intelligible.
        2. I do not care
          I do not care 20 March 2014 20: 27
          +2
          Quote: tumbleweed
          Madame suffered
        3. anip
          anip 21 March 2014 07: 28
          0
          But if you think a little, then Julia made a reservation almost according to Freud.
          Quote: tumbleweed
          “The mistake of the world is that it continues to miss the birth and formation of a new fascist regime.

          In which country? In Ukraine? That is yes.
          Quote: tumbleweed
          If the world forgives him and in the future continues to be inactive in relation to Ukraine, this regime will become the dominant and main force in Europe.

          That’s yes, if you stay inactive in relation to Ukraine, then Bandera and neoukronatsii (yes, I don’t want to offend just the Ukrainians, without any prefixes) will completely disappear.
          Quote: tumbleweed
          If the world keeps silent, it will be forced to dance to the tune of Putin, ”Yulia Tymoshenko said in an interview with the German edition of Bild.

          And yes, in 1936-39 the world was silent, and then danced to the tune of Stalin, especially after 1945.
      2. jjj
        jjj 20 March 2014 17: 12
        +7
        But here, to all appearances, they read Lenin and understand that it is impossible to start a "world revolution" immediately, otherwise we may find ourselves in the role of interventionists who fought in the Civil War on the side of the whites. Here it is necessary for the situation to be ripe. And the experience of Crimea suggests that everything is in order with the analysis of the situation in Russia.
      3. ele1285
        ele1285 20 March 2014 17: 22
        +6
        Quote: svetlomor
        Tymoshenko returned to her homeland, the circus continues.

        Sometimes a person paints a place so that the place then has to be washed for a long time.
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        2. Stalker
          Stalker 20 March 2014 17: 43
          +6
          Sometimes a person paints a place so that the place then has to be washed for a long time.



          I already talked about myself, so briefly recall:
          - studied in Leningrad - there is no Leningrad;
          - worked in the Supreme Council of the Russian Federation - no armed forces;
          - worked in the police - no;
          - worked in the tax police - no;
          - Now I am engaged in troubled debts - more than a dozen enterprises have gone bankrupt and liquidated.
          No comments, just facts.
          What is it for me?
          Last year, for the first time in 30 years, traveled to the Crimea.
          1. lelikas
            lelikas 20 March 2014 18: 12
            +5
            Quote: Stalker
            no; no; no; no; no;
            Last year, for the first time in 30 years, traveled to the Crimea.


            And Ukraine does not have Crimea laughing
          2. Rostovchanin
            Rostovchanin 20 March 2014 18: 34
            +6
            Last year, for the first time in 30 years, traveled to the Crimea.

            I ask God! Take a trip to Paris this year!
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          3. Revolver
            Revolver 20 March 2014 19: 00
            +5
            Quote: Stalker
            Last year, for the first time in 30 years, traveled to the Crimea.

            Would you like to go to Kiev this year? They say that there is beautiful and there is something to see. Or will you wait for the next Olympics? laughing
          4. AlNikolaich
            AlNikolaich 20 March 2014 21: 11
            +6
            Quote: Stalker
            What is it for me?
            Last year, for the first time in 30 years, traveled to the Crimea.

            Ivanovitch! You need to immediately go the route: Donetsk, Lugansk, Kharkov, Poltava, Vinnitsa, Kiev, and more ... As long as the pond goes !!!
            I propose to organize fundraising for a business trip of Stalker Ivanych to the "holy places"! In the name of Russia's strategic interests! good
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            2. Stalker
              Stalker 20 March 2014 21: 55
              +4
              Quote: AlNikolaich
              Quote: Stalker
              What is it for me?
              Last year, for the first time in 30 years, traveled to the Crimea.

              Ivanovitch! You need to immediately go the route: Donetsk, Lugansk, Kharkov, Poltava, Vinnitsa, Kiev, and more ... As long as the pond goes !!!
              I propose to organize fundraising for a business trip of Stalker Ivanych to the "holy places"! In the name of Russia's strategic interests! good


              I’ve never been to Alaska ... I'm afraid that the State Department will refuse a visa .... laughing
              1. anip
                anip 21 March 2014 07: 23
                0
                Quote: Stalker
                I've never been to Alaska ...

                Take a look at Fort Ross.
              2. inkass_98
                inkass_98 21 March 2014 07: 33
                0
                Quote: Stalker
                I have never been to Alaska ... I'm afraid that the State Department will refuse a visa

                It’s okay, there they can throw their boys through the Bering Strait and back on a snowmobile, it’s not far (if you will have time to pull, you will have to motorboat). You-skity, set foot on Stalker - and you can go back to your homeland.
          5. inkass_98
            inkass_98 21 March 2014 07: 30
            0
            Quote: Stalker
            What is it for me?

            So is McCain you? That's what I look at, everything he succeeds the first time.
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      5. Siberian19
        Siberian19 20 March 2014 17: 39
        +7
        old people about tymoshenko
    2. klimpopov
      klimpopov 20 March 2014 16: 07
      +19
      Blood is not a hunt, oh how is it not a hunt ... of Russian blood ...
      1. Tumbleweed
        Tumbleweed 20 March 2014 16: 14
        +6
        Quote: klimpopov
        Blood is not a hunt, oh how is it not a hunt ... of Russian blood ...

        I agree and support 100%. I hope for the wisdom of the GDP and Russian politicians, since there is no one to hope for from the Ukrainian side. They just need blood as a factor that can unite Ukraine. As long as ours operate clearly, confidently within the framework of the law, I hope everything will remain so. Now it is necessary to begin to gradually "reduce the degree", escalation is not profitable for Russia. IMHO hi
        1. avt
          avt 20 March 2014 16: 31
          +8
          Quote: tumbleweed
          I hope for the wisdom of GDP and Russian politicians,
          In the light of your hope, I want to focus on one part of the GDP speech before signing documents in the Kremlin, and he specifically mentioned that Novorossia was annexed voluntarily by the Bolsheviks to Ukraine. Against the backdrop of general joy, journalists do not attach importance to these words. But the GDP seems to keep this in mind.
          Quote: ele1285
          Yes, we are the EMPIRE.

          A normal one, quite a Eurasian one with a couple of polite allies, is a fact given to everyone by feeling. It’s extremely unpleasant for our outright enemies and quite satisfying for our stable, friendly partners, who may not be afraid that we won’t come to their aid. The Syrians have experienced this specifically.
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          2. siberalt
            siberalt 20 March 2014 17: 25
            0
            There is either a mistake or some ambiguity about Putin’s thought about the accession of Novorossi by the Bolsheviks. Joining previously separated? Well yes. He stole a suitcase and changed the label. Then I stuck another one and it turned out Ukraine. So-so, according to Trotsky. GDP no later than this month said in one of the TV programs that the politician’s statement is that they would not have guessed what he said.
            1. avt
              avt 20 March 2014 18: 02
              +3
              Quote: siberalt
              , that the statement of the politician consists in this, so that they would not guess what the one who said them was thinking about.

              They listened inattentively, he specifically referred to diplomats, not politicians, cited Toleran's statement - “The language was given to the DIPLOMAT in order to hide his thoughts.” And politicians, in public statements, give a vector of direction in the political course.
              Quote: siberalt
              There is either a mistake or some ambiguity about Putin’s thought about the accession of Novorossi by the Bolsheviks.

              There is no mistake here, we are talking about the territory of the Ukrainian SSR after Lenin's decree of 1922, which the GDP specifically mentioned. So - "he who has ears - let him hear"
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    3. ele1285
      ele1285 20 March 2014 16: 15
      +12
      Quote: rolling the field
      Really laugh when I found out that Novodvorskaya congratulated Yatsenyuk on Victory ...

      Baba Lera in her delirium said that she recognized Yaytsenyukh an hour before he came to power. I lost weight while listening to this nonsense.
      But for the first time they recognize and it warms my soul that
      make a showcase from Crimea to demonstrate the benefits of being part of the Empire.

      Yes, we are the EMPIRE. And no matter what it is called, the Russian, Soviet Union - we are the greatest state in the world.
      Empire Glory
      1. stroporez
        stroporez 20 March 2014 17: 38
        +4
        Quote: ele1285
        Yes, we are the EMPIRE. And no matter what it is called, the Russian, Soviet Union - we are the greatest state in the world.
        Empire Glory
        ------- + 1000000000 billion am
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      3. siberalt
        siberalt 20 March 2014 17: 44
        +4
        We are not an empire yet. Don't say gop ..! Everything has its own cycles. But the Russian Spirit is the generative one. It is not yet allowed to look into "prebarbarovskaya" (according to Gundyaev) Russia. There were Greeks, Romans, Swedes and Ukrainians, but Russians either chvakali in the swamps, or hung on branches. Only no one wants to see that the Russian language is the root of all the major languages ​​of the world. Let us recall the legend of the Babylonian pandemonium, when the Lord mixed languages ​​as punishment for excessive curiosity. And the empire will happen in any way. The laws of nature, damn it!
    4. GDP
      GDP 20 March 2014 16: 50
      +1
      there’s no doubt that soon the former regions of Ukraine, as the ripened fruits will fall into Putin’s hands

      There is such a good proverb - water does not flow under a lying stone. Sitting on a stump and waiting for when happiness will fall on you?
      I do not think this is the right strategy.
      There are many examples of states where both the state itself and the people they direct behave completely contrary to logic ...
      Not paying attention to their poverty and wealth of a neighbor. - the same northernmost Korea for example.

      In addition, do not underestimate the West - they can also make their own window from Western Ukraine ...
      1. wasjasibirjac
        wasjasibirjac 20 March 2014 17: 11
        +8
        Quote: GDP
        In addition, do not underestimate the West - they can also make their own window from Western Ukraine ...

        to make a western showcase? very very doubtful. Russia will invest in its own territory, i.e. into itself. such a contribution will again bring profit - again to Russia. the West (even if there is extra money) will have to invest in UKRAINE, that is, in foreign territories, income - only interest on the deposit. this alone makes the desire to create a "beautiful showcase" hardly possible.
        1. Ivan Russky
          Ivan Russky 20 March 2014 17: 30
          +3
          the latest news from Donetsk, here’s what the wiki wrote now:
          URGENTLY! EVERYONE WHO IS IN DONETSK! HELP IS NEEDED!

          An urgent message from the National Bolsheviks, who are now in the Donetsk region:
          "We are near a warehouse with weapons not far from Donetsk in the village of Praskoveevka, there is a picket - we do not allow to take out weapons. An assault is expected today. Everyone needs help there!"
          As we learned, in the village of Praskoveevka, Artyomovsky district, Donetsk region, military depots were blocked by self-defense in order to prevent the removal of ammunition and weapons for the Ukrainian army, which could be used to suppress a popular uprising in Donetsk.
    5. sasin2008
      sasin2008 20 March 2014 17: 36
      -4
      Ukraine is pulling the army to the borders of Crimea .......
      1. Ivan Russky
        Ivan Russky 20 March 2014 17: 40
        +1
        Footage two weeks ago.
        1. zanoza
          zanoza 20 March 2014 17: 44
          +4
          And in the brain (is it there?) Feverishly itching: "What to do? What to do?"
          1. hrych
            hrych 20 March 2014 18: 04
            +6
            Zahranitsa will help us, Zap with us.
      2. hrych
        hrych 20 March 2014 17: 55
        +3
        Still miserable Shishigi, old Krazy, yes, the impression is not very. Tanks and MLRS, of course, leave a better impression, but at one time it was much more pleasant to look at the Georgian brave commandos, I hope the trophies will be more than bohache. True, it has been privatized in Crimea, they say, apart from an independent fleet and heaps of armored vehicles, even several dozen aircraft.
      3. Aleksandr76
        Aleksandr76 20 March 2014 19: 00
        +1
        Garbage collectors are already standing on the Russian side. They are waiting for scrap to be collected.
      4. Saratovets
        Saratovets 20 March 2014 21: 18
        +1
        You still need to own the technique!
      5. tupolev-95
        tupolev-95 20 March 2014 22: 23
        +1
        Ukraine will soon pull off the latest cowards.
    6. ele1285
      ele1285 20 March 2014 17: 46
      +5
      Crimea - for joining Russia, and Western countries - against.
      - So no one forces these countries to join Russia.
    7. ele1285
      ele1285 20 March 2014 18: 00
      +2
      2015 year. A Kievite sits on Khreshchatyk and laments:
      - A poor, weak, robbed country ...
      Fits a European policeman:
      - What do you have to say? What is a weak country?
      - Russia of course. Crimea liberated, but there wasn’t enough power in all of Ukraine!
    8. Saratoga833
      Saratoga833 20 March 2014 18: 42
      +3
      Novodvorskaya is a cripple with a twice-confirmed psychiatric clinic for schizophrenia. Therefore, it is not good to laugh at wretchedness! Indeed, in political terms, it is an absolute ZERO. Well, treat her like a holy fool!
      1. Viktor.N.Aleksandrov.
        Viktor.N.Aleksandrov. 20 March 2014 22: 44
        +2
        If our media would have treated her accordingly, otherwise they would periodically pull her out to various parties and still encourage her to open her mouth!
    9. Duke
      Duke 20 March 2014 22: 19
      +6
      Russia has stopped the supply of food through the Lithuanian port of Klaipeda, said the Prime Minister of the Baltic countries on January 13. Local companies consider this move politically motivated and related to the events around Ukraine. “The [freight] terminals of Lithuania have received a written notice. The notice also came to companies exporting goods to Russia through port terminals, ”Lithuanian Prime Minister Algirdas Butkevicius told the press. “The notice says that export [to Russia] through Lithuania, through the terminals of the port of Klaipeda and possibly through some other terminals is no longer possible,” Reuters quoted the Prime Minister as saying.
      1. anip
        anip 21 March 2014 07: 33
        0
        Quote: Duke
        Local companies consider this move politically motivated and related to the events around Ukraine.

        They were in vain dragged into Ukraine. Few Lithuanians crap Russia before the Ukrainian events, or what? For a long time it was necessary to pull them on the cook.
    10. inkass_98
      inkass_98 21 March 2014 07: 24
      0
      Quote: tumbleweed
      Really laugh when I found out that Novodvorskaya congratulated Yatsenyuk on Victory ...

      There were many such "congratulators". A fisherman is a fisherman, as you know ... And Yaytsenyuk is a figure of the scale of Pyrrhus, who knows how it ended.
      Quote: tumbleweed
      Putin's categorical non-recognition of the new Ukrainian government

      I think that the author understands everything, he simply does not state the obvious things. Vovan Vovanych several times (before the referendum in Crimea) publicly dunked the government in guano, demanding to continue contacts with the one that rules Ukraine at the moment, and the regions to contact directly with the regions of Ukraine (for example, Tatarstan and Crimea). So there were promises to the remnants of the mind of the maydanut triumvirate, just no one wanted to hear anything, still - "abroad will help us." Already helped, the sanctions were thrown down, already dazzled in the eyes. Well, the heads of the EU consulted yesterday, drank, had a snack, slept - they took out the "lisoriation": They decided - "What are we going to do with Russia." Resolved - "KhZ".
      Barack H. Oblomov also puffed up, farted against the background of a helicopter about increasing the list of villains excommunicated from Miami, about some economic levers (what?), And dried up.
      So wait, sir.
  2. moremansf
    moremansf 20 March 2014 15: 44
    +5
    History provides a great instructive experience for those who are friends with their heads ... It is not too late for the independent "new leaders" to change their minds and read the history of the conclusion of the Brest-Litovsk peace ... Think with your head and not ...
    1. Arhj
      Arhj 20 March 2014 16: 58
      +1
      The situation once again confirms the old truth. Even a sane person, falling under the influence of the crowd, begins to think thereby or ceases to think at all.
      I remember a quote from Interns: "The instinct of self-preservation is a basic instinct. How did you manage to turn it off?"
    2. stroporez
      stroporez 20 March 2014 17: 39
      0
      Quote: moremansf
      It's not too late for the "new leaders" of the independent
      late ................ oh how late ........
  3. Ross
    Ross 20 March 2014 15: 44
    +4
    A week ago, the idea came to wait for the banderlogs to be cooked in their boiler. However, the process went quickly.
  4. johnsnz
    johnsnz 20 March 2014 15: 44
    +5
    Pralna, Volodya! Empire nuna expand and strengthen
  5. Everest2014
    Everest2014 20 March 2014 15: 46
    .
    If you think about it, Russia itself gave rise to howls in the press about the evil Russian bear threatening to conquer the west. With this sauce, NATO is now diving around with its bases and missile defense will pile up to relocate.
    1. zanoza
      zanoza 20 March 2014 15: 55
      +10
      Quote: everest2014
      With this sauce, NATO is now diving around with its bases and missile defense will pile up to relocate.

      Quickly the fairy tale affects, but not quickly the thing is done.
      It’s all about money. And there remains only a verbal threat.
      And to this we: pah on you, pah on you again
    2. Setrac
      Setrac 20 March 2014 16: 39
      +4
      Quote: everest2014
      If you think about it, Russia itself gave rise to howls in the press about the evil Russian bear threatening to conquer the west. With this sauce, NATO is now diving around with its bases and missile defense will pile up to relocate.

      The phrase "sticks to the bases" implies that before that there were no NATO and US bases around Russia. However, this is not the case, the bases already exist and to threaten what has already been done is somehow silly, to put it mildly.
    3. smart75
      smart75 20 March 2014 17: 10
      +2
      If you think from the standpoint of the fight against Russia, yes.
      Your thoughts are not new: even Herzen wrote similar from London during the Crimean War.
  6. 787nkx
    787nkx 20 March 2014 15: 46
    +6
    I did not get it, the quality of the article is average, there are a lot of cliche, populist statements.
    Plus set because of the patriotic orientation.
    Upset is the increase in the number of weak articles on a hot topic.
    1. Siberian19
      Siberian19 20 March 2014 16: 01
      0
      I don’t know, I liked it! sensibly everything is written though superficially! plus definitely
    2. Alekseev
      Alekseev 20 March 2014 16: 31
      0
      Quote: 787nkx
      Upset is the increase in the number of weak articles on a hot topic.

      Well, this is an article from the Ukrainian portal, there is a reference in the same place!
      The right thoughts, in my opinion, I love self-criticism, as my grandfather Shchukar used to say! laughing
    3. Setrac
      Setrac 20 March 2014 16: 46
      0
      Quote: 787nkx
      I did not get it, the quality of the article is average, there are a lot of cliche, populist statements.

      Not the gods burn the pots; they write in an accessible language for most. This is an information war, here it is necessary and simpler and more patriotism.
      The path of information "battles" is interesting, from Stalingrad at the end of last year to Sevastopol at the beginning of this year.
  7. Bort radist
    Bort radist 20 March 2014 15: 47
    +3
    Right now over the Novokuznetsk 6th if not more TU-95 (in sound) flew in a westerly direction. How is it in Crimea now?
    1. Rostovchanin
      Rostovchanin 20 March 2014 18: 38
      +2
      Right now over the Novokuznetsk 6th if not more TU-95 (in sound) flew in a westerly direction. How is it in Crimea now?

      on "Antaeus" the same engine costs ...
      1. Bort radist
        Bort radist 20 March 2014 20: 00
        0
        Quote: Rostovchanin
        on "Antaeus" the same engine costs ...

        Antey only do not stand near Irkutsk
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  8. Roman 1977
    Roman 1977 20 March 2014 15: 50
    +18
    Guys, why don’t I still see Sashka Bilogo on the scorched Perekop with a black and red banner leading his army to the last and decisive? Where is the charred disfigured military equipment lying all over the Crimea? Where are the bombing attacks on the last Russian ships leaving Sevastopol? Where is NATO? Where is the National Guard? Where is the Right Sector clearing Sevastopol? Why can't I hear the Apache screaming over Donetsk? Where is this fucking aircraft carrier? Where are the camps for captured Russian soldiers?

    Or did my predictions come true? That Crimea will be taken away like candy from a baby down, that the Western countries will be cackling full eyes at the UN, and the so-called "Ukrainian government" will ask for more supplements, literally begging Russia to introduce new sanctions, to raid another oligarch and bring up more troops to the border?

    Even from mobilization they did a rotten show and a divorce of suckers for five hryvnias .. Pichalka ..
    1. Same lech
      Same lech 20 March 2014 16: 05
      +6
      М
      snakes, why I still do not see Sashka Bilogo


      Sashko dug his own caches and thinks more as if his thugs wouldn’t let him under the knife .. hehe dumped it on the special forces of RUSSIA.

      These fighters are cowardly when they squeeze their eggs into a fist.
    2. Setrac
      Setrac 20 March 2014 16: 48
      +2
      Quote: Novel 1977
      Roman 1977

      The falcon is a Russian emblem of a bird, you don’t need to draw it on the toilet, I don’t put it minus, but you better remove this drawing. stop
      1. terrible
        terrible 20 March 2014 17: 27
        0
        and where is the falcon then.? in my opinion this is a devil with donkey ears and a horn in the middle :)
        1. Setrac
          Setrac 20 March 2014 17: 29
          +1
          Quote: formidable
          and where is the falcon then.? in my opinion this is a devil with donkey ears and a horn in the middle :)

          This is because they draw it upside down. As the Satanists draw an inverted cross, this is such an ideology of defaming the symbols of the enemy. And those who draw and lay out need to determine whether they are enemies of Russia or not?
    3. jjj
      jjj 20 March 2014 17: 16
      +2
      Quote: Novel 1977
      Where is NATO?

      Huseynovich said that he washes his hands and will not fight with Russia over Ukraine and will not bring troops into an independent
    4. tupolev-95
      tupolev-95 20 March 2014 22: 26
      +1
      Because the point is not iron. Unarmed by automatic weapons to frighten and more fun and safer.
  9. Oleg56.ru
    Oleg56.ru 20 March 2014 15: 51
    +1
    There is time. Let's wait.
  10. Bad_Santa99
    Bad_Santa99 20 March 2014 15: 56
    +4
    Good article. In a maximum of a year, Ukraine will burst like a soap bubble and become Little Russia as under Bogdan Khmelnitsky.
  11. yan
    yan 20 March 2014 15: 57
    +11
    another "Russian" dumbfounded by the Maidan
    1. omsbon
      omsbon 20 March 2014 16: 58
      +2
      Friends, can anyone explain this photo or collage?
      What did the "muzzle wallet" circumcision do and went to the "Yatsenyukh" advisor?
      1. nezabor
        nezabor 20 March 2014 18: 37
        +1
        collage of course)))
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    3. siberalt
      siberalt 20 March 2014 17: 53
      +1
      An advanced stalker, not a frail journalist and actor. But he is harmless. Depicts the victim of Yaytsenyuk in the image of Gaddafi. He does not converge with his intellect laughing 1-0 in favor of Russia!
  12. Chifka
    Chifka 20 March 2014 15: 57
    +20
    "The President of Russia Vladimir Putin and the President of Israel Shimon Peres are meeting." -Vogodya, and you do not have Evgean cognates at night? "" Why did you decide that, Shimon? "" Even for the Evgei to force the Amegikans to pay 5 billion dollars for the unification of Kgym to Gossii is brilliant !!!! "
    (internet)
    1. andrei332809
      andrei332809 20 March 2014 16: 56
      +4
      Quote: Chifka
      -Even for Evgei to make the Ameghikans pay 5 billion dollars for the unification of Kgyma to Gossia is ingenious !!!!
      lol
      1. Gorinich
        Gorinich 21 March 2014 15: 28
        0
        What is needed? Alaska?.... wink
  13. aud13
    aud13 20 March 2014 15: 58
    +6
    The main thing now is not to let the provocateurs push the Ukrainians into a war with Russia.
  14. Oleg Sobol
    Oleg Sobol 20 March 2014 15: 58
    +12
    Alas, in Ukraine there is neither Lenin nor Krasin.
    But there is no shortage of Trotsky ....

    And now, after the loss of Crimea and, in fact, betrayal of the West, the conditions of these agreements will be very, very difficult, right up to the transformation of Ukraine into a satellite of the Kremlin.
    Betrayal? Megalomania, however ... This is not a betrayal, "dodged" and abandoned, this is the main principle of the West in relation to "partners".
    A satellite, as it is now, is not needed even by the West, much less the Kremlin.

    But this, at least, will save Ukraine, which I really want to believe is still of any interest to Ukrainian politicians.
    That's when Ukraine will appear Policyand not Bandits, Thieves, Political Prostitutes and Plebeians Populists, then there will be, clearly and interest.
    And at the moment, it is an "interesting" to do it, what else can be squeezed out, what else is possible, to pinch, what is still bad and the main thing, to make Slaves of the laborers of the East and South, who will plow not for conscience, but for Fear. And they are already forming Fear at an accelerated pace.
  15. johnsnz
    johnsnz 20 March 2014 16: 08
    +27
    smiled ...
    1. anip
      anip 21 March 2014 07: 38
      0
      There, after the word "throw out" it was "on yuh".
  16. Docent1984
    Docent1984 20 March 2014 16: 10
    +7
    Why is there a satellite at once? Is Nazarbayev a satellite? Or Lukashenka? Nothing like this. And with Ukraine everything could be solved the same way. It could be. About 3 months ago. Now the Rubicon has already been passed. Or a tightly closed border, an oligarchic-fascist regime in Ukraine, no bilateral relations, or the pro-Russian leader of the new Ukraine, the Russian Black Sea Fleet in Odessa, Iskanders in the Transcarpathian region, the purchase of the most important industries by the Russian state and the gradual raising of the standard of living to the average Russian.
    1. Fornit
      Fornit 20 March 2014 16: 32
      +2
      Quote: Docent1984
      the redemption of the most important industries by the Russian state and the gradual pulling up of the standard of living on the average Russian.

      ... and in Russia - in Central European! lol
    2. tolancop
      tolancop 20 March 2014 18: 38
      +2
      It is possible, yes, apparently not. Ukraine has been brought to its current state by its politicians. And this was not done a month ago or even half a year. The process was launched a long time ago. Now the "patient" has to get sick with the infection he has contracted. The healing process can be accelerated, but nothing more ...
      1. Docent1984
        Docent1984 24 March 2014 13: 50
        0
        I agree with you! Now the point of no return has been passed
  17. individual
    individual 20 March 2014 16: 15
    +3
    "And the appeal to the West for help, as expected, ended in nothing."

    How help was: belay
    D. McCain stomped a decrepit leg on the Maidan and V. Nuland fed a bun.
    1. stroporez
      stroporez 20 March 2014 19: 02
      0
      Quote: individ
      D. McCain stomped a decrepit leg on the Maidan and V. Nuland fed a bun.
      ------ states are no longer the same ....... wassat
    2. Saratoga833
      Saratoga833 20 March 2014 19: 08
      0
      And Obama singled out a little dry!
  18. 23424636
    23424636 20 March 2014 16: 15
    +7
    a strange article about Lenin in the minority, who wanted peace so much that he joyfully gave Poland, Finland, Ukraine with part of the land of the Donskoy Troops, the Baltic states (for the hot Finnish guys stormed the women's guard of the Winter Palace), as well as Armenian joy - the Kars fortress, and then he peacefully sent 3 echelons of gold to his customers in Germany (1 went to the French). Lenin's deal brought to nothing Stalin, returning, besides Kars, Finland, the new Russian-speaking lands to the so-called Outskirts or Chervona Rus. Having demolished the monuments to the leader of the Westerners, they removed the person watching the execution of the Brest cut of the country and now let the Law of Peter 1 on the prohibition of giving away the territory of Russia be executed!
  19. VNP1958PVN
    VNP1958PVN 20 March 2014 16: 19
    +2
    Glory to Obama! Glory to Barak! Let the greeting be changed already in joy!
  20. mountaineer
    mountaineer 20 March 2014 16: 27
    -2
    Barak should have an endurance! if he tells them FAS they will do so. and there will be blood! I sometimes look glad it’s like that !!!! it feels like they don’t have any brain or education! just crazy !!! !!!
  21. VladimS
    VladimS 20 March 2014 16: 31
    +2
    Now the Rubicon has already been passed. Or a tightly closed border, an oligarchic-fascist regime in Ukraine, no bilateral relations, or the pro-Russian leader of the new Ukraine, the Russian Black Sea Fleet in Odessa, Iskanders in the Transcarpathian region, the purchase of the most important industries by the Russian state and the gradual raising of the standard of living to the average Russian.

    Europe is in no hurry to poke another parasite on its neck!
    And we have enough of Crimea. Russian people were released and therefore support. Yes, it may be difficult but not sorry, and therefore we will not be sorry! And the return will increase as the Crimean territory develops.
    With pleasure I will go there to rest, a little later!
  22. alex47russ
    alex47russ 20 March 2014 16: 34
    +1
    Quote: tumbleweed
    Looking at what the "junta" are doing, there is no doubt that soon the former regions of Ukraine, as ripe fruits, will fall into Putin's hands, and there it remains only to look at the ripeness and usefulness of the "fruits" and to enter the Russian Federation through the State Duma

    I agree! It is necessary to clear the grains from the chaff !!!
  23. alex47russ
    alex47russ 20 March 2014 16: 36
    +2
    As the saying goes: ,, * Opa Ukraine and the heroes in the * opera! ,, Fascists played out not finished!
    1. builder74
      builder74 20 March 2014 17: 28
      0
      Quote: alex47russ
      As they say: ,, * Opa Ukraine and the heroes in the * opera! ,,

      laughing Short and funny! He laughed heartily.
  24. Alexanderlaskov
    Alexanderlaskov 20 March 2014 16: 42
    +1
    Events are developing serious. What awaits the South-Eastern part of Ukraine?
    1. pogis
      pogis 20 March 2014 18: 10
      0
      Reunion with Russia, according to the logic of events!
  25. mamont5
    mamont5 20 March 2014 16: 45
    +6
    In general, thanks to Ukraine for teaching us how not to do it.
    For that, she showed all the dirt, blood, fire and the abomination of the revolution. And then we have already begun to forget.
  26. yurasyi
    yurasyi 20 March 2014 16: 46
    +1
    The article is very clever; you can say the guide for especially dumb
  27. mabuta
    mabuta 20 March 2014 16: 47
    +18
    War with monuments, the safest muck. Until this Sabbath runs out, we need to be there, but not intervening.
  28. Vtel
    Vtel 20 March 2014 17: 02
    +1
    "Senkyu-senkyu" ingratiatingly on the half-bent shouted "true patriots of the undead", and in response, "All I can, the main thing was to get the Russians."
  29. Sypress
    Sypress 20 March 2014 17: 03
    +5
    In my opinion, one of the commanders said: "Whoever shoots history with a gun will receive an answer from a gun."
    Maybe not literally so, but the meaning is clear. Maydanuty have no future, because they spat on the past.
  30. Coffee_time
    Coffee_time 20 March 2014 17: 04
    +2
    In the West, probably, the hobby of his proteges is something to turn, even a teddy bear came to the Maidan and taught how to deal with Russia, so the story repeated itself, and now they are sitting and thinking, but how so? West threw us?
    But no way. Spring on the street and a bear on the street hungry crawled out of the den.
    1. Sergh
      Sergh 20 March 2014 18: 05
      +3
      Quote: Coffee_time
      even Mishiko came to the Maidan and taught how to deal with Russia

      Ah, Mishiko, he probably threw a trick on a spy, he squandered his territory (South Ossetia, Abkhazia), and he duped Ukraine with instructions that Crimea flew to Russia. Just a mirror situation six years ago. This adviser will soon be pulled out for the eggs on the tie.
  31. Gagarin
    Gagarin 20 March 2014 17: 08
    +8
    The article hints that in a couple of years Ukraine itself will fall at the feet of Russia, it is a pity if so.
    After a couple of years, with such a junta and blockades of Russia, little will remain of industrial potential.
    Now, if now - such a huge WORKING complex and live in Russia, it would be an effect!
  32. delfinN
    delfinN 20 March 2014 17: 09
    +8
    Putin's speech, despite the "taboo" in the Western media, oozes into the English-language Internet, overgrown with comments. The full speech in English has so far been posted only on the Russia Today channel. Let's read a little?
    Tj d
    When my great grandfather came to the US it was a much different world. Now I don't even speak Russian, but my children will.
    When my great-grandfather arrived in the USA, the world was different. I don’t speak Russian now, but my children will speak.
    ani780
    You Russians are so lucky to have this man as your president. And the world is lucky, because world need strong Russia. And Russia is strong again ... thank God.
    You Russians are very lucky with the president. And the whole world is lucky, because the world needs a strong Russia. And Russia is strong again ... Thank God.
    Deutscher freigeist
    The educated people of Germany support Russia and thank you Mr. Putin for mentioning us in your historic speech. The best wishes for the Crimeans from us and to all of our Russian friends and brothers. I really hope the mad decisions of our leaders here will not drive a wedge between us. Not again. We refuse to be enemies. Russia and Germany belong to eachothers side, also out of history, and not only as close allies but as friends and brothers. God bless Russia.
    Educated people in Germany support Russia and thank you, Mr. Putin, for mentioning us in your speech. Best wishes for Crimeans and for all our Russian friends and brothers. I really hope that the decisions of our crazy leaders will not be able to drive a wedge between us again. We have ceased to be enemies. Russia and Germany are on the same side, historically, and not only as allies, but as friends and brothers. God bless Russia.
    Ana surena vandenberg
    América Latina backs Russia!
    Latin America supports Russia!
    Syed khaja
    Putin is Best leader when it comes to its citizen's & country India needs Putin like leader.
    Putin is the best leader when it comes to citizens and the country. India needs a leader like Putin.
    Gambinotubee
    Putin is serbian hero !!! But we are so far from motherland, so our destiny is western occupation and nondemocracy.
    Putin is the hero of Serbia! But we are so far from our native lands, therefore, our fate is a Western occupation and no democracy.
    Euriel1
    Congratulations Russia, congratulations to the people of Crimea for this historic and rightful even of self-determination. Crimea and Russian history are linked to each-other. This moment is very touching! Greetings from hungary
    Congratulations to Russia, congratulations to the people of Crimea with their historical and legal self-determination. Crimea and Russian history are connected with each other. This moment is very touching! Hello from Hungary!
    Socheat daroth
    Cambodia is with you Russia! Long live the true democratic Russia! Long live President Putin! Long live Russian citizen, long live the Crimea Peninsular!
    Cambodia with you, Russia! Long live a true democratic Russia! Long live President Putin! Long live the Russian citizen, long live the Crimean peninsula!
  33. delfinN
    delfinN 20 March 2014 17: 09
    +6
    Gaidal cain
    I don't particularly like Putin, but I respect him. A great leader for the Russian people. A Rotweiller to Obamas kitten.
    I don't really like Putin, but I respect him. Great leader of Russians. Rottweiler compared to kitten Obama.

    akkonburike
    I only wanted to thank you Mr Putin, thank you Sir, for standing up against the terror from the West.
    I just want to thank you, Vladimir Vladimirovich, thank you, Sir, for standing against the terror of the West.

    CAMSRRY3
    BEST SPEECH ON THIS YEAR
    BEST SPEECH THIS YEAR

    digitalwebcare.ro
    Putin is a true leader.others ... are just puppets
    Putin is a true leader. The rest ... just puppets

    Stefanos ka
    BRAVO Putin. Greetings to Russia from Greece.
    Good job EU that's how you split a country. That what we see today is just a normal result because of the events in the last weeks. EU should have talked to Russia to find together a solution for peace, freedom and democracy in Ukrainie. But the way EU dealed with it showed just the real interests of EU. Not to help Ukraine and their people, but just ECONOMIC interests.
    BRAVO Putin. Hello Russia from Greece.
    Good job, EU, divided the country. What we see today is just a normal result after the events of recent weeks. The EU must speak with Russia in order to find a solution to peace, freedom and democracy in Ukraine. But the EU has shown that it cares only about its interests. And not about helping Ukraine and the people. These are only ECONOMIC interests.


    paul smith
    Putins speech from + rtcom as not shown by the western media
    Putin's speech is only on + rtcom, and it is not shown by other Western media

    rosmer00
    I would love to read the FSB version of what really happen on 9/11.
    I would love to read the FSB version of what 9/11 actually happened.

    贼 德艾娜
    True leader of this world.
    The true leader of this world.

    P.S. A lot of commentators are asking Putin to return Kosovo to Serbia. They express hope that justice will triumph on their land, and Russia will one day help the Serbs regain their native land.

    P.P.S. Also, "English-speaking" people began to arrive at the channel with painfully familiar liberal rhetoric ... Apparently, some citizens of our country are very painful to hear the opinion of the real international community.

    P.P.P.S. Sultry democrats came running in who cannot believe that the comments were left by living people. People with their names, YouTube accounts and even GooglePlus.
  34. Capyar 48315
    Capyar 48315 20 March 2014 17: 10
    +1
    Will Russia want to negotiate? Indeed, time works for it, (as the author correctly says) - unlike the Brest-Litovsk situation, where, although for various reasons, both sides were in military-political time pressure. So if Kiev wants to come to an agreement, it will have to offer the conditions akin to those of Brestlit and without hope of denunciation. Even such negotiations themselves are a political death for Kiev pseudo-power. But the most interesting thing is that Russia can also refuse such conditions - firstly, the desired, as the author correctly noted, will fall into the hands of itself over time, and secondly, such a backstage-negotiating section of the fraternal country is a geopolitical time bomb, and Moscow understands this .
    SO LATE TO DRINK BORJOMI, GENTLEMAN
  35. Same lech
    Same lech 20 March 2014 17: 12
    0
    The story of the Crimea is a kind of watershed .... many have not yet understood what happened.

    I think a new era of relations between states is beginning ... when the expansion of the main GENDARM OF THE PLANET EARTH is answered in the same way ... does that mean something.
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    1. Same lech
      Same lech 20 March 2014 17: 28
      +1
      Nuuu ... ALEX is nothing new here .. MAVR has done its job .. it remains to bury it in the grave ... those moronic people on the Maidan who used it as prostitutes ... they are like rubbish and thrown into the trash.
      1. Sma11
        Sma11 20 March 2014 17: 36
        0
        Sorry koment transferred to another article Maidan 3.0.
    2. Corsair5912
      Corsair5912 20 March 2014 17: 38
      +2
      So you still have to negotiate with Russia. And, now, after the loss of Crimea and, in fact, betrayal of the West, the conditions of these agreements will be very, very difficult, up to the transformation of Ukraine into a satellite of the Kremlin.


      It seems to be an objective article, even put a plus, and then regretted that it was not a minus.
      When at last the idiots who do not understand that the same Russians live in Ukraine only speak a little differently.
      Ukraine was never for Russians a foreign country, a satellite, it was part of Russia.
      Can a hand, leg or head be a satellite of a person?
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      2. siberalt
        siberalt 20 March 2014 18: 07
        +1
        good About that and speech! Plus.
      3. Docent1984
        Docent1984 24 March 2014 13: 52
        0
        That's for sure!
  37. shyler
    shyler 20 March 2014 17: 26
    +4
    The song just suits current events
  38. parusnik
    parusnik 20 March 2014 17: 36
    +1
    Bravo, Dmitry! In my opinion, everything is rightly stated ... The wooden soldiers of Oorfene Deuce in power in Kiev ..
  39. Sma11
    Sma11 20 March 2014 17: 40
    +16
    Hello. I am a Russian occupier. It happened historically

    I occupied Siberia. Now they produce oil, gas, aluminum, and a whole bunch of useful things. Now there are cities in which there are high-rise buildings. Now there can not sell women for a bundle of sable skins, as it was before the Russian.
    I occupied the Baltics. He built factories and power plants there. Instead of their funny farms. Baltic did high-class radio engineering and cars. I was asked to leave there. Now sprats are mined there, and a large part of the working-age population cleans the eurounitases.
    I occupied Ukraine. And there I also built factories and power plants. Ukraine made aircraft engines, ships, tanks and cars. I was asked to leave there. Now they produce Maidan in commercial quantities. And more there fucking do not produce.
    You know what? I was sick of apologizing for being an occupier. Yes, I am an occupier. By birthright. The device of a Kalashnikov assault rifle, I know better than the device of milk pacifiers. I am an aggressor and bloodthirsty. Be afraid.
    I burned Moscow so as not to give it to Napoleon Bonaparte, but how did Bonaparte finish? I was sitting in a trench near Volokolamsk, realizing that the Germans could not be captured, where are the Germans today, where is their first Hitler? Everyone came to my house. Turks, British, Poles, Germans, French. Enough for everyone - 2,5 meters for each.
    I was, is and will be the Russian occupier.

    http://alternate-politics.info/content/zdravstvuite_ya_russkii_okkupant_tak_sloz
    hilos_istoricheski
  40. Artem1967
    Artem1967 20 March 2014 17: 40
    +2
    Brilliant analytics and the correct conclusions are made in the article. Keep calm, build strength and independence from external factors, skip yawning jackals, and then act on the situation. Time works for us.
  41. Iron Mike
    Iron Mike 20 March 2014 17: 42
    +4
    The occupation power of Ukraine was able to convince the population that Europe is waiting for them, it won’t wait when the Ukrainians cling to the invented Euro-freebie and help the Europeans use it. Russians can fly to space, Americans to the moon, and Ukrainians to Europe.
  42. Arkan
    Arkan 20 March 2014 17: 49
    0
    Poroshenko’s problems with his business in Russia, they cut financial support for maydaunov. Let's wait.
  43. fly fishing
    fly fishing 20 March 2014 17: 51
    0
    Just watched the vote in the State Duma.
    Almost everyone voted FOR, oddly, but one monk still turned out to say NO.
    I’m going to the store, to celebrate the victory! drinks
    1. Iron Mike
      Iron Mike 20 March 2014 18: 02
      0
      Ilya Ponomarev, a member of the Just Russia faction, a former commie, worked in Yukos.
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      2. siberalt
        siberalt 20 March 2014 18: 25
        +8
        Is this the same one who received money for the "lectures" from "DIM-Skolkovo" for the organization of Bolotnaya?
        http://topwar.ru/uploads/images/2014/536/hadj969.jpg
    2. nezabor
      nezabor 20 March 2014 19: 25
      +1
      This was so necessary))) for formality, the fifth column would again cry that everything was rigged, and so everything is decorous, democratic, i.e. how is it supposed

      Regarding the celebration, we’ll also be together with the guys and have a drink for Russia!
  44. Quantum
    Quantum 20 March 2014 18: 23
    +1
    The author is right, the war is not needed. New Russia and the Donbass, with Kharkov, Lugansk,
    they will come to us, and the rest - we will send to the EU. It takes time and maybe, through
    sacrifice and famine, the mind of doubters, and at the same time enemies, will be cleansed
    a real leader will appear and there will be a new state.
  45. siberalt
    siberalt 20 March 2014 18: 49
    +1
    Mother dear! Yes, there will be no visa restrictions! The same "scarecrow" with sanctions against Russia. The brain is one, and that one is from the rotten State Department. Let the throats rip while the noose of justice awaits.
    So what? Scared, damn it. Oh and scary! laughing
  46. morozof63
    morozof63 20 March 2014 18: 58
    +1
    Just because in a year or two almost all of Ukraine will fall at Putin’s feet, without much effort on his part.
    I think that everything is more complicated and problematic, south-east Ukraine might want to repeat the Crimean referendum but I'm afraid that they will not be given, judging by the news, the police are very active in these areas, but in the West it’s inactive, there will be problems, big problems
  47. Thompson
    Thompson 20 March 2014 19: 03
    0
    All laid out by the mind. Respect!
  48. 120352
    120352 20 March 2014 20: 52
    +1
    The phrase "Ukrainian state" or "State of Ukraine" sounds absurd. Currently, there are no signs of statehood in Ukraine, but there are all the signs of a gang, and gangs are not able to provide anyone with protection of life and health. property of people, their education, health care, cultural development. And further. Gangs don't live long!
  49. baku1999
    baku1999 20 March 2014 23: 40
    +2
    phrases from the last interview with Slobodan Milosevic, the former president of Yugoslavia: “Russians! I now appeal to 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 disconnect and give slack. West - a rabid chain dog clings to your throat. Brothers, remember the fate of Yugoslavia! Do not let me do the same to you! ”
  50. Alex66
    Alex66 21 March 2014 07: 03
    +1
    It is necessary to press Bandera so that they themselves start asking for reunification with Russia, so that they restore all the Lenin monuments that they destroyed, offer to place Russian bases in the Lviv region, so that they rename the outskirts of Little Russia, they should become Russian patriots more than the Russians themselves, here then you can take them and help them.