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One hundred states opposed the Crimean referendum

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The UN General Assembly adopted a resolution recognizing the referendum in Crimea as illegal. The document was supported by an overwhelming majority.
The resolution was voted 100 states, 11 - against, 58 - abstained. The position of the Russian Federation on the “Resolution on Ukraine” was supported by: Armenia, Belarus, Bolivia, Cuba, North Korea, Nicaragua, Sudan, Syria, Venezuela and Zimbabwe.

Thus, the General Assembly recognized the referendum held by residents of the Crimea as null and void and considered that it could not serve as a basis for changing the status of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea.

Also, the General Assembly called on the entire international community not to recognize changes in the status of Crimea and Sevastopol and to refrain from any actions that could be interpreted as recognition of changes in this status.
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  1. T-100
    T-100 27 March 2014 21: 19
    +39
    And where is Kazakhstan recourse )))
    1. TEODOR
      TEODOR 27 March 2014 21: 22
      +29
      Quote: T-100
      And where is Kazakhstan recourse )))

      Among 58 eight sympathizers but who want to speak out, (for). For one or another political motive and they can also be understood.
      1. jjj
        jjj 27 March 2014 21: 29
        +73
        Merkel said today that Germany will not impose any economic sanctions against Russia. They found that sanctions would not only cause unemployment in Germany to increase, but would halt all of the emerging GDP growth.
        In Britain today, Klitschko asked for money and tough sanctions against Russia. Cameron replied that Ukraine needed to learn how to establish good relations with Russia, and Britain would not impose sanctions, since it is very dangerous for Britain itself
        1. Cetegg
          Cetegg 27 March 2014 22: 01
          +57
          At the parade in Germany!))))
          1. Cetegg
            Cetegg 27 March 2014 22: 02
            +51
            And this is Merkel, in the same parade!)))
            1. Cetegg
              Cetegg 27 March 2014 22: 11
              +21
              And this is our African-American, sworn friend and well-wisher!)))
              1. AVV
                AVV 28 March 2014 00: 25
                +3
                Quote: Cetegg
                And this is our African-American, sworn friend and well-wisher!)))

                I don’t understand only whom he reminds me ??? Someone familiar from the circus or the Zoo ???
          2. Gloria45
            Gloria45 27 March 2014 22: 18
            +30

            Churkin: The headquarters building was in the building of the "Maidan commandant’s office"
            1. 222222
              222222 27 March 2014 22: 40
              +1
              Sixty-eighth session
              Agenda item 33 (b)
              Armed Conflict Prevention: Strengthening
              the role of mediation in the peaceful settlement of disputes,
              conflict prevention and resolution
              Germany, Canada, Costa Rica, Lithuania, Poland and Ukraine: project
              of resolution
              Territorial integrity of Ukraine
              General Assembly,

              Noting that the referendum held in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea
              and the city of Sevastopol on 16 on March 2014, was not authorized by Ukraine,
              1. reaffirms its commitment to sovereignty, political
              independence, unity and territorial integrity of Ukraine in its inter-
              internationally recognized boundaries;
              2. Calls upon all States to abandon and refrain from actions,
              aimed at partial or complete violation of national unity and
              territorial integrity of Ukraine, including any attempts to change
              the borders of Ukraine through the threat of force or its use or other non-
              legal means;
              3. Urges all parties to proceed immediately
              to a peaceful settlement of the situation in relation to Ukraine by direct
              political dialogue, exercise restraint, do not resort to one-sided
              actions and warlike rhetoric that can exacerbate tensions
              ness, and fully participate in international mediation efforts-
              yah;
              4. Welcomes the efforts of the United Nations, United Nations
              nations for security and cooperation in Europe and other international and
              regional organizations to assist Ukraine in protecting the rights of all
              citizens in Ukraine, including the rights of persons from among minorities;
              5. Emphasizes that the referendum held in the Autonomous Republic of
              the face of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol on March 16, 2014, without legal force,
              cannot be the basis for any change in the status of the Autonomous Republic
              Crimea or the city of Sevastopol;
              6. Calls upon all States, international organizations and
              leased institutions do not recognize any change in Autonomous status
              Republic of Crimea and the city of Sevastopol on the basis of the aforementioned
              ferendum and refrain from any actions or steps that you can
              would be construed as recognition of any such altered status.
              1. Slavapom
                Slavapom 27 March 2014 22: 51
                +13
                And do not care what they host there. In Ukraine, another hysteria in connection with the mass military exercises of the Russian troops http://news.mail.ru/politics/17576136/?frommail=1, I’m wondering, where will the next couple of regiments of the RF Armed Forces get lost during the previous exercises?
                1. Setrac
                  Setrac April 1 2014 23: 41
                  0
                  Quote: Slavapom
                  And do not care what they host there.

                  Yes, no one is going to ask third countries.
              2. Alexei
                Alexei 28 March 2014 01: 47
                +14
                Quote: 222222
                referendum held in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea
                and the city of Sevastopol on 16 on March 2014, was not authorized by Ukraine,

                But only now, for some reason, everyone unanimously forgot that the coup in Ukraine itself took place without any referenda, votes, or other constitutional rubbish ... Why does an armed seizure of power have legal force, and a peaceful referendum with the overwhelming will of the people of Crimea does not?
                1. Igool
                  Igool 28 March 2014 03: 11
                  +8
                  Because the armed coup was inspired by America. But what America is doing is all legitimate: the bombing of Yugoslavia is the right decision, the invasion of Iraq, according to the lies of the American intelligence, is not any consequences for America, all the flower revolutions paid for by America are legitimate. Well then, what do you want more. Is it not clear the conclusion that suggests itself.
                  You understand correctly, such concepts as truth and justice are not spelled out in American or European laws and no one is looking for them in the courts. Everything is built on precedents there. If in court you will be more convincing than your opponents, then you will win the court.
                  1. Alexei
                    Alexei 29 March 2014 06: 42
                    0
                    All this I perfectly understand. This question is for the hundred countries that ... These are the - which.
                  2. Setrac
                    Setrac April 1 2014 23: 44
                    +1
                    Quote: Igool
                    Everything is built on precedents there. If in court you will be more convincing than your opponents, then you will win the court.

                    Western, case law is the triumph of law over justice.
                2. servant
                  servant 28 March 2014 06: 12
                  +3
                  Quote: Alexej
                  Quote: 222222
                  referendum held in the Autonomous Republic of Crimea
                  and the city of Sevastopol on 16 on March 2014, was not authorized by Ukraine,

                  But only now, for some reason, everyone unanimously forgot that the coup in Ukraine itself took place without any referenda, votes, or other constitutional rubbish ... Why does an armed seizure of power have legal force, and a peaceful referendum with the overwhelming will of the people of Crimea does not?
                  But this is apparently the policy of double standards ....
                  1. elmi
                    elmi 28 March 2014 10: 42
                    +3
                    One hundred states opposed the Crimean referendum

                    These countries need to be punished slightly for their pro-Western policies. Let them choose if with them, then their business will suffer from us, if it is beneficial to develop with us. Let the enemies know that you have to pay for everything. What is the answer, such a hello.
                3. 222222
                  222222 28 March 2014 14: 03
                  0
                  Alexej RU Today, 01:47 ↑ everyone unanimously forgot about ...

                  so am I about the same ..
                  but, to discuss, it is better to look at the source .. "I - says, - I have not read, but I do not support"
              3. Babon
                Babon 28 March 2014 03: 36
                +1
                But regarding Sevastopol, a referendum was not needed there either. He did not belong to the Crimea, but always directly subordinate to Moscow. Khrushchev’s decree did not apply to him, i.e. with the collapse of the USSR, Russia the city at any time had the right to take itself and not to ask anyone. Everything else is slippery with the rest, but also everything is slippery with the so-called. power in Kiev. So here we seized the moment. Legally, they did not have the right to choose it like that, so it’s possible to twist it, like there is no power at all. Legal interweaving.
              4. evgenii67
                evgenii67 28 March 2014 10: 39
                +1
                Interestingly, the referendum in the Crimea turns out to be not legal, but the fact that they are there for what that .. vote is the law! Your resolution is illegal, more than 90% of the people wanted to return to their real homeland, and the UN (the United States in fact) offers this people to become a "second class" to forget their native language, to forget history, to glorify the bandera, is that legal ?! Not a single broken shop window, bottles, there are no riots in Crimea, the people themselves went and voted, and at gunpoint there will not be such a high turnout and such a result, THE PEOPLE OF CRIMEA WANTED SO DEMOCRACY?! Kiev is looted, on fire, fearing power escaped, armed clashes and armed seizure of power- THIS IS FOR THE WEST D.E.K.R.A.T.I.I.?! To summarize, if a referendum in the Crimea is not legal for the West, and what is happening in Kiev is a manifestation of DEMOCRACY, then to hell with this whole WEST, UN, You are scoundrels, you are disgusting to me !!!!
                1. Setrac
                  Setrac April 1 2014 23: 47
                  +1
                  Quote: evgenii67
                  THIS IS FOR THE WEST D.E.K.R.A.T.I.I.?!

                  Quote: evgenii67
                  You are scoundrels, you are disgusting to me !!!!

                  This is democracy - the power of scoundrels, thieves and other bastards.
            2. vjhbc
              vjhbc 28 March 2014 01: 03
              +12
              it’s clear right away who you can deal with and who you don’t need, and yet half of these 100 states can be democratized by the Americans at any time but don’t pull the little hands of de-b-ily
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          4. Stalker
            Stalker 27 March 2014 22: 29
            +8
            He showed his tongue, twisted his finger at the temple, spat three times over his left shoulder.
            You watched the next sanctions of Barack Obama. To be continued... laughing
            1. Gloria45
              Gloria45 27 March 2014 23: 47
              0
              . Oh, orlusha, orlusha, you big bitch! .....
              ........
              “Birds,” he told them in a sonorous voice, “repent of your sins publicly!” recourse
              Primerno takoe prodoljenie?
              1. stalkerwalker
                stalkerwalker 28 March 2014 00: 02
                +1
                Quote: gloria45
                “Birds,” he told them in a sonorous voice, “repent of your sins publicly!”
                Primerno takoe prodoljenie?

                Well then so simple charmant ... wassat
        2. Mih
          Mih 27 March 2014 22: 02
          +3
          To Curzon's ultimatums, we will answer with a metal ring!
          1. Srgsoap
            Srgsoap 28 March 2014 00: 24
            +15
            So it is also possible!
        3. infinite silence ...
          infinite silence ... 27 March 2014 23: 17
          +5
          Did someone expect something else? wink
          So what ... and they know how to count money lol
        4. krpmlws
          krpmlws 28 March 2014 05: 05
          +1
          Let them fart, Russia will gain strength soldier
      2. boozer
        boozer 27 March 2014 21: 36
        +17
        Yes ssa .. (oops) Kazakhs are afraid, oh well them ...
        1. Guard
          Guard 29 March 2014 10: 56
          +1
          Quote: boozer
          Yes ssa .. (oops) Kazakhs are afraid, oh well them ...

          if they were afraid, they would not recognize the referendum and did not express support for Russian politics.
          but here at the UN Security Council, Kazakhs play a different game. for you, the Russians.
      3. atalef
        atalef 27 March 2014 21: 39
        +14
        Quote: TEODOR
        Among the 58 eight sympathizers who want to speak out, (for). For one or another political motive and they can also be understood

        Do not take abstentions as having a certain opinion.
        In general, many of these 58-mi frankly poher.
        1. Luga
          Luga 27 March 2014 23: 00
          +16
          Quote: atalef
          In general, many of these 58-mi frankly poher.


          Just like many of 111. Not all the same, only mattresses (they are offended), geyrope (they are scared) and Ukraine (they are sick). The rest is really poher.
          Including Russia.
          1. Gloria45
            Gloria45 28 March 2014 00: 30
            +5
            Ukraine (they are sick).

            Even as ill, relapse has already begun,
            but what about remission ... here only Russia can be a doctor

            KIEV, 27 March - RIA Novosti. About 250 radicals from the "Right Sector" in masks and with bats gathered near the building of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine and threaten to take it by storm, RIA Novosti reports.
            Along the entire perimeter of the Verkhovna Rada, where they are located, the radicals shout "Avakov out!"


            RIA Novosti http://ria.ru/world/20140327/1001359666.html#ixzz2xCHfz6EO
        2. Igool
          Igool 28 March 2014 03: 16
          0
          Not certainly in that way. First of all, the interests of the voting state itself play there. Everything else is secondary. Everything is more than pragmatic there, there is no place for sentiment. Which decision is more beneficial for the voting state will be voted on.
        3. Strezhevsky
          Strezhevsky 28 March 2014 10: 42
          0
          And of those one hundred comrades who can show their finger on the map where Crimea is ??? From the series: I have not read it, but I condemn it.
      4. Floock
        Floock 27 March 2014 21: 41
        +18
        And we have a standard eastern multi-vector. Like - and you're right, and you're right, and I'm right) Toko, let me give you the money later))
        Simply Kazakhstan was really bought and shared by all who could. British, Indians, Russians, Chinese. In short - NASU is difficult to take and directly support. But in fact, Kazakhstan is with Russia.
        1. Olegovi4
          Olegovi4 27 March 2014 22: 55
          +6
          Quote: Floock
          multi-vector

          "under-president" (Victor who) also tried to multi-vector. the result is visible to all. apparently the time comes to be determined "by an adult".
        2. Sergey Vl.
          Sergey Vl. 28 March 2014 01: 04
          +1
          NAS in Kazakh - "bread" ... (for reference)
          1. RusKaz
            RusKaz 28 March 2014 09: 44
            +1
            Quote: Sergey Vl.
            NAS in Kazakh - "bread" ... (for reference)

            And bread is the head of everything!))
        3. Guard
          Guard 29 March 2014 10: 58
          0
          Quote: Floock
          Simply Kazakhstan was really bought and shared by all who could. British, Indians, Russians, Chinese.

          Investments and "bought" are two different things. Very different things.
      5. polly
        polly 27 March 2014 21: 41
        +18
        Exactly, these 58 countries can be safely recorded as opponents of the resolution, plus another 24 countries that simply did not participate in this circus, plus 11 that are with us, in total, almost as many as “for”. Moreover, these resolutions are of a recommendatory nature.
        1. atalef
          atalef 27 March 2014 21: 54
          0
          Quote: polly
          That's right, these 58 countries can be safely written down as opponents of the resolution, plus another 24 countries that simply did not participate in this circus, plus 11 that are with us, in total, almost as many as "for

          Strange math.
          1. alone
            alone 27 March 2014 22: 03
            +3
            Quote: atalef
            Strange math.

            That's why she’s math)) twist it wherever you want)) to please yourself
            1. atalef
              atalef 27 March 2014 22: 06
              -2
              Quote: lonely
              That's why she’s math)) twist it wherever you want)) to please yourself

              Hi, Omar. There is no time at all with this work. I missed so many interesting things - from the communication of two fraternal peoples.
              1. alone
                alone 27 March 2014 22: 14
                -19%
                Quote: atalef
                Hi, Omar. There is no time at all with this work. I missed so many interesting things - from the communication of two fraternal peoples.

                Hi Alexander. Lucky you. Yes, here, in principle, the same thing for two months already. The opponents are all banned. The phrases are common. You give all of Ukraine, Alaska, Guinea-Bissau and the Moon !!
                1. atalef
                  atalef 27 March 2014 22: 19
                  -22%
                  Quote: lonely
                  Hi Alexander. Lucky you. Yes, here, in principle, the same thing for two months already. The opponents are all banned. The phrases are common. You give all of Ukraine, Alaska, Guinea-Bissau and the Moon !!

                  although for starters one could start with Zimbabwe. Moreover, she is already among 11.
                  1. Sid.74
                    Sid.74 27 March 2014 22: 30
                    +23
                    Quote: atalef
                    although for starters one could start with Zimbabwe.

                    Quote: lonely
                    .Opponents are all banned. Phrases are common. You give all of Ukraine, Alaska, Guinea-Bissau and the Moon !!

                    Haha, the Gaza Strip requested in the Russian Federation! Let’s accept it as part of the Russian Federation; we’ll put C-300, CUB, Carapace, Club-k there! Tornado!
                    The same set in Karabakh!
                    And all laugh together !!! good
                    1. atalef
                      atalef 27 March 2014 22: 35
                      -7
                      Quote: Sid.74
                      Haha, the Gaza Strip requested in the Russian Federation! Let’s accept it as part of the Russian Federation; we’ll put C-300, CUB, Carapace, Club-k there! Tornado!

                      Yes, for God's sake - take it, we will pay extra, and put what you want there. even Cuba. even Clubs, even Flowerbeds.

                      Quote: Sid.74
                      And all laugh together !!!

                      That's for sure, laugh.
                      1. thimble
                        thimble 28 March 2014 01: 01
                        +11
                        Jews, let us to the TC, Uncle Vova said: I do not care Jews or Nanai if only things went
                      2. atalef
                        atalef 28 March 2014 06: 35
                        -7

                        Daedalus Today, 01:01 ↑ New
                        Jews, let us to the TC, Uncle Vova said: I do not care Jews or Nanai if only things went

                        I'm certainly not against a collective farm, but not in my village
                      3. thimble
                        thimble 28 March 2014 14: 59
                        +1
                        Uncle Vova has complete order with a sense of humor. He remarked: "The names are strange, the Rotenbergs are obvious. So your village is also clearly Muscovite and you have to go to the TS.
                2. alone
                  alone 27 March 2014 22: 40
                  -10%
                  Quote: Sid.74
                  Haha, the Gaza Strip requested in the Russian Federation! Let’s accept it as part of the Russian Federation; we’ll put C-300, CUB, Carapace, Club-k there! Tornado!
                  The same set in Karabakh!
                  And all laugh together !!!

                  laughs the one who laughs last! Do you want the Gaza Strip? I think the militants of Islamic Jihad will be very happy. By the way, a good tourist area lol
                  As for Karabakh, Russia seems to be a mediator in a peaceful settlement. So far. And what for you, Karabakh is a tuberculosis epidemic? No.
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                  2. Sid.74
                    Sid.74 27 March 2014 22: 53
                    +9
                    Quote: lonely
                    And what for you Karabakh tuberculosis epidemic? No.

                    And what for you? laughing

                    Quote: lonely
                    Do you want the Gaza Strip? Take it. I think the militants of the Islamic Jihad will be very happy. By the way, a good tourist zone lol

                    Yeah, I wonder where these jihadists will turn their eyes to when they cease shelling from Israel? lol
                  3. alone
                    alone 27 March 2014 23: 07
                    -12%
                    What for you? laughing
                    This is our territory. We will treat our citizens for tuberculosis))
                    Quote: Sid.74
                    Yeah, I wonder where these jihadists will turn their eyes to when they cease shelling from Israel?

                    don’t guess? Don’t be naive. They blow someone on the drum))
                  4. user1212
                    user1212 28 March 2014 04: 38
                    +7
                    Quote: lonely
                    This is our territory. We will treat our citizens for tuberculosis


                    In total, from November 21, 1991 to May 12, 1994 in the capital of Karabakh, the city of Stepanakert (11 sq. Km) was used (according to Armenian data) about 21000 Grad rockets, 2700 Alazan rockets and 1900 artillery shells. Azerbaijani aviation dropped 180 RBCs on the city (a one-time bomb container with fragmentation submunitions) and about 100 kg of high-explosive fragmentation bombs, including 500 ODAB (volumetric detonation bomb with liquid explosives).

                    You have strange ideas about medicine ...
                  5. dzau
                    dzau 28 March 2014 11: 16
                    +6
                    Well, they managed to cut a lot of Russians in Baku. What is there to say about the Armenians? Without any consequences for themselves, which corrupts and deprives a sense of reality.

                    As for medicine, as if in the near future, warming up procedures did not come to Azerbaijan itself. Actually, the rupture of the course with the Russian Federation is obvious, why the Russian Federation is at the border of an openly hostile and west-oriented republic is not clear. Who is ready to "protect" them (except by hysterics in the media) is not clear.

                    And here, with culture, judging by the behavior of immigrants of Azerbaijan, they have problems.

                    Definitely a treat.
                3. RusKaz
                  RusKaz 28 March 2014 09: 48
                  0
                  Quote: lonely
                  They blow someone on the drum))

                  They have it in the blood)), even in the kindergarten, balls shoved with needles))
      6. schizophrenic
        schizophrenic 27 March 2014 23: 53
        +4
        Quote: lonely
        Alaska, Guinea-Bissau and the Moon !!

        Quote: lonely
        Alaska, Guinea-Bissau and the Moon !!

        The moon needs to be a part of Russia. In the future, a lot of resources can be obtained, and you still need to take all asteroids in a strong hand because of the ease of mining.
  • polly
    polly 27 March 2014 22: 08
    +14
    Yes, such a math is normal, given the statement of Vitaly Churkin: “Very many countries complained that they were subjected to tremendous pressure from the Western powers to vote in support of this resolution.”
    Read more: http://www.ntv.ru/novosti/872496/#ixzz2xCBEewGl
    1. atalef
      atalef 27 March 2014 22: 20
      -23%
      Quote: polly
      Yes, such a math is normal, given the statement of Vitaly Churkin: “Very many countries complained that they were subjected to tremendous pressure from the Western powers to vote in support of this resolution.”

      Well, what else could he say?
  • Nick
    Nick 27 March 2014 21: 56
    +23
    Quote: polly
    Moreover, these resolutions are advisory in nature.

    In fact, Russia now all the messages from international bodies are advisory in nature. The United States, with the beginning of the bombing of Yugoslavia and the secession of Kosovo, bypassing the UN resolution, approved the principle of the law of the strong in international affairs. Russia IMHO also began to use this right. True, from a moral point of view, Russia's position is much more advantageous in comparison with American actions ...
    1. polly
      polly 27 March 2014 22: 24
      +24
      Clear business: From the point of view of Obama’s morality, it was first necessary to wait in Crimea for what happened when Yugoslavia, that is, Russian blood, was alively torn ...
  • Berkut-UA
    Berkut-UA 27 March 2014 22: 28
    +33
    Moreover, these resolutions are advisory in nature.

    This is the most important thing.

    Everyone knows about the resolutions adopted by the UN against Israel; so what?
    Israel has not complied with these resolutions for 30 years.

    And the fact that there were no 24 countries is insignificant.
    50% + 1 vote is required to accept such a resolution

    This is the 15th UN resolution only this year ... not and figs with him
    1. atalef
      atalef 27 March 2014 22: 39
      +2
      Quote: Berkut-UA
      Everyone knows about the resolutions adopted by the UN against Israel; so what?
      Israel has not complied with these resolutions for 30 years.

      And because we are like Russia, we do not care. laughing

      Quote: Berkut-UA
      50% + 1 vote is required to accept such a resolution

      learn the mate part - yes even unanimously - the resolutions of the General Assembly are of a purely recommendatory nature and nothing more.
      It’s just that 100 camps said their own thing - FE, and 11 declared their love, but the rest, apparently, as partners - you still do not inspire - yet. although options are possible laughing
      1. Babon
        Babon 27 March 2014 22: 48
        +9
        Just 97 countries declared their love for 3 other permanent members of the Security Council.
        1. Berkut-UA
          Berkut-UA 28 March 2014 00: 07
          +12
          Just 97 countries declared their love for the most important member of the Security Council - the USA
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      2. Berkut-UA
        Berkut-UA 28 March 2014 00: 28
        +6
        Just 100 countries said their thing - FE, and 11 declared their love, but the rest, apparently, as partners - you still do not inspire - yet. although options are possible


        100 countries pooled so
        since Uncle Sam made them an offer - which they could not refuse
        (if you looked - Godfather - you know what it is about)

        And judging by the flag - you are in Israel and I am in the states.

        And you know, our current president (I did NOT vote for him) your state is not something that does not inspire,
        but also annoying.
        So you can vote for or against - in the current administration - it's on the drum.
        1. Igool
          Igool 28 March 2014 03: 23
          +2
          Well, suppose it’s not only annoying him in the USA, I think I’m not saying that. Moreover, with all the vaunted democracy in America, you won’t be able to choose your own president, if only because the two-stage electoral system will not allow you to. You delegate your vote to the elector, who will already understand better than you, what is better for you.
  • ty60
    ty60 27 March 2014 23: 50
    +4
    De facto has already taken place. And de jure it will have to be recognized when the southeast rises. Not without reason, Muzychka was written off promptly. Yes, and buried in a run. Obama will soon be alone in his hut.
  • Rus2012
    Rus2012 27 March 2014 21: 52
    +38
    Quote: TEODOR
    Among 58 eight sympathizers

    The grimaces of dermocracy ...

    If you think that on this map the countries that voted "for" the adoption of the resolution on Crimea at the UN General Assembly are marked in blue, then you are mistaken.

    Blue indicates the countries that advocated the separation of Kosovo from Serbia.
    Those. those who advocated that a part can be separated from the state through a referendum now strongly oppose it.
    Now they vote exactly the opposite.

    This is the last nail in the lid of the UN coffin.

    Author - http://gusev-av.livejournal.com/316745.html
    1. Sid.74
      Sid.74 27 March 2014 21: 57
      +24
      Quote: Rus2012
      If you think that on this map the countries that voted "for" the adoption of the resolution on Crimea at the UN General Assembly are marked in blue, then you are mistaken.

      Blue indicates the countries that advocated the separation of Kosovo from Serbia.
      Those. those who advocated that a part can be separated from the state through a referendum now strongly oppose it.
      Now they vote exactly the opposite.

      This is the last nail in the lid of the UN coffin.


      What a charm! I mean who would doubt it! Creatures are hypocritical and only! UN Karachun!
    2. Siberian19
      Siberian19 27 March 2014 22: 18
      +9
      President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych on Friday, March 28, will give a press conference in Rostov-on-Don, Russia. This is reported by the media. Time has not yet been announced. What the former leader of the state will talk about is also unknown. Recall that Yanukovych has twice performed in Rostov. His first public appearance was on February 28. Then he said that he continues to consider himself the legitimate President of Ukraine, and answered questions from journalists. On March 11, he made a statement to the press. Media representatives were not allowed to ask questions. Earlier, sources confirmed that Yanukovych left the Moscow region, where he was recently. “According to my data, Yanukovych actually left his residence in the Moscow Region a few days ago, but did not go to Ukraine, but to the south of Russia - presumably to Rostov,” said Oleg Mitvol, a former prefect of the Northern Administrative District of Moscow. Source: http://polemika.com.ua/news-142106.html

      Source: http://politikus.ru/v-rossii/15640-viktor-yanukovich-dast-press-konferenciyu-vr
      ostove-na-donu-28-marta.html
      Politikus.ru
    3. Curculum
      Curculum 28 March 2014 03: 29
      +3
      Quote: Rus2012
      The grimaces of dermocracy ...

      Everything is clear. And if someone else took it into his head to count not by the number of states, but by the number of populations represented by their plenipotentiaries, then the results of the voting would have produced completely different "resolutions."
  • ehomenkov
    ehomenkov 27 March 2014 23: 28
    +3
    IT'S IMPOSSIBLE TO JUSTIFY THE BETRAYING - IT'S REALLY LITTLE OF UKRAINE - ALSO JUSTIFIED - IT IS POSSIBLE TO UNDERSTAND EVERYTHING TO THE BENDER CHINA - LIKE - YOUNG - HOT ... AND KAZAKHSTAN "IT'S GREAT TO UNDERSTAND ... AND EVERYONE DOES NOT CARE - HOW THEY ARE DONE WITH THEM ... AND NOT AT THE DOMESTIC LEVEL - IT IS POSSIBLE TO HANDLE THIS IN ANYWHERE ... FOR 6 GENERATIONS - BECOME OUTLANDS ...
  • Turkir
    Turkir 27 March 2014 23: 44
    0
    abstained
  • ehomenkov
    ehomenkov 28 March 2014 00: 00
    +1
    VERY SORRY THAT BLOCK THE TRUTH ...
  • Dmitry Donskoy
    Dmitry Donskoy 28 March 2014 04: 40
    +1
    Kazakhstan did not support Russia, apparently because it is afraid of referenda in its northern regions inherited from the RSFSR, where most Russians live.
    1. Guard
      Guard 29 March 2014 11: 01
      0
      Quote: Dmitry Donskoy
      Kazakhstan did not support Russia, apparently because it is afraid of referenda in its northern regions inherited from the RSFSR, where most Russians live.

      Find me in northern Kazakhstan a massive Russian cemetery, created before the end of the 19th century. They are not in nature. Because the Russians were there with a gulkin nose and only in the person of military personnel and officials. But the whole northern Kazakhstan (and the Russian border territory from Astrakhan, the Urals to Western Siberia and Altai) is strewn with nomad cemeteries - both ancient and medieval, as well as modern and recent history.
      1. Setrac
        Setrac April 1 2014 23: 56
        0
        Quote: Guard
        Find me in northern Kazakhstan a massive Russian cemetery, created before the end of the 19th century.

        Off topic, I forgot to include Proxy, I gave out my true location. Karauyl imaginary Kazakh.
    2. Setrac
      Setrac April 1 2014 23: 54
      0
      Quote: Dmitry Donskoy
      Kazakhstan did not support Russia, apparently because it is afraid of referenda in its northern regions inherited from the RSFSR, where most Russians live.

      This is not obvious. Russia is the only guarantee of security for countries such as Belarus and Kazakhstan (and some others).
  • maratenok
    maratenok 28 March 2014 07: 13
    +2
    Kazakhstan was one of the first countries to recognize Crimea, before Belarus
    1. atalef
      atalef 29 March 2014 11: 03
      0
      Quote: maratenok
      Kazakhstan was one of the first countries to recognize Crimea, before Belarus

      And at the UN General Assembly - abstained - why?
      1. Guard
        Guard 29 March 2014 11: 13
        0
        Quote: atalef
        And at the UN General Assembly - abstained - why?

        I wrote a little earlier why KZ at the UN did not openly express its point of view. We do not want to aggravate relations with Kiev. Our task is to establish relations with them, which should benefit Kiev, Astana, and Moscow.
        1. atalef
          atalef 29 March 2014 11: 17
          0
          Quote: Guard
          We do not want to aggravate relations with Kiev. Our task is to establish relations with them that should benefit both Kiev and Astana,

          And from this place in more detail, if possible.
          1. Guard
            Guard 29 March 2014 12: 08
            +1
            On March 11, Barack Obama himself called Nazarbayev with a request to become an intermediary in the Ukrainian issue. After that, Nursultan spoke with Merkel and Cameron on this subject. I think no need to remind about the constant relationship with Putin.
            Both Moscow and Kiev understand that it is necessary to find a common language, but they are not ready to meet and discuss the problems that have arisen. We need a "bridge", "mediator", "platform for negotiations". Kazakhstan is ideally suited for this role (although whether it will succeed is still a matter of questions).
            The Kazakh Foreign Ministry has openly said more than once that they would like to see Ukraine as part of the Customs Union (while emphasizing that Ukraine itself must choose where to go). The Kazakhs, not by whining, so by rolling, tied Ukraine in the integration processes - an attempt to create a Grain Union, cooperation with the Ukrainian defense industry and the space sector, etc. And, essno, they did it all much softer and more delicate than Moscow, accustomed to "clumsy" diplomacy ( not always ineffective, but always irritable).
            To restore the dialogue about the TS (Kazakhs are terribly stubborn), it is necessary that the Ukrainians begin to communicate again with Moscow. For this, Astana did not play the role of the usual neighbor and rattled with angular phrases. When Astana was the first to support the Crimean referendum, Moscow understood the signal absolutely precisely. However, the official wording was such that it gave Ukraine a chance that Astana was ready, at least, to listen to Kiev.
            If Astana shouts "Crimea is Russia", "Kiev is fascists", the dialogue will not work. That is why at the UN we abstained from voting. Moscow has been warned about this move, so Putin is not nervous. Kiev saw a signal that Astana is open for communication with Ukraine. These are the very first steps.
            Further - Kazakhstan will wait for the presidential elections in Ukraine, and then it will begin to spud the legitimate president of this country. Now, until the election, Kazakhstan will not do anything. There really is no one to talk to.
            President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev stated that the challenge facing Ukraine is "return to the legal field, which means holding elections." "A legitimate president, parliament and a legitimate government should be elected. Then, on this basis, it is necessary to conduct peace negotiations and jointly get out of this situation.".
            1. Guard
              Guard 29 March 2014 12: 09
              +1
              There are four people from the Ukrainian MIDA, demanding that Kazakhstan take the side of Ukraine, but the Kazakhs said that they were not even going to reply in writing to their "angry" note. They summoned the Ukrainian ambassador and explained everything to him clearly.
              Then the Ukrainian ambassador to the KZ stated:
              "The Kazakhstani side, represented by the respected foreign minister, expressed its position, the essence of which is not to continue the confrontation on this issue. I will say on my behalf, as the current head of the embassy, ​​that both Ukrainian and Kazakhstani diplomats are disposed to resolve through the normal diplomatic route, all the problems, including sensitive ones, that arise between our states. There is such an attitude on both sides, the same applies to the note. The message that I received today in the ministry that it is necessary to move forward, I think that it will be supported by Kiev. Mr. Idrisov sounded important things for us. Kazakhstan is committed to the further development of bilateral relations, taking into account the friendly ties between our peoples, the long history of our relations and the presence of real interests in the economic and humanitarian spheres. that Kazakhstan is interested in Ukraine remaining a sovereign, independent state emphasis. Also, the Kazakh diplomat clarified the position of Kazakhstan in the voting on the resolution of the UN General Assembly. As you know, Kazakhstan abstained from the vote, and as it was said today at a meeting at the Foreign Ministry, in this way Kazakhstan wants to emphasize the independence of its foreign policy, and most importantly, its willingness to contribute to international mediation efforts. We are grateful to the Kazakh side for such assistance. This shows that the Kazakh side understands that the early presidential elections in Ukraine are a given, this is a legitimate act that was adopted by the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine, and, accordingly, they are ready to work with the new leadership of Ukraine. Also, the leadership of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kazakhstan received confirmation of the readiness of the Kazakh side to continue contacts between the Ministries of Foreign Affairs both at the economic and humanitarian levels. It was confirmed that all the plans for this year and for the next ones will be implemented, and the Kazakh side is ready for further work with Ukraine. "
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        2. Setrac
          Setrac April 1 2014 23: 58
          0
          Quote: Guard
          We do not want to aggravate relations with Kiev.

          Well, you are formidable "Kazakhs" from the District of Columbia, Washington state, you are not afraid of Russia, and Kiev is, yes, a serious threat for you.
  • Victor-M
    Victor-M 28 March 2014 08: 47
    0
    Quote: TEODOR
    Among 58 eight sympathizers but who want to speak out, (for). For one or another political motive and they can also be understood.

    100 is just those recourse who is a colony of the USA bully By the way, there were much more fellow , well, abstained tongue - well done, it's like voting against a resolution laughing .
  • Artyom
    Artyom 28 March 2014 09: 11
    +1
    For its successful independent foreign policy, it is enough for Russia to have all THREE allies ... this is the army, navy and Strategic Missile Forces! soldier
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  • Roman Skomorokhov
    Roman Skomorokhov 27 March 2014 21: 24
    +30
    Yes, it was very unpleasant NOT TO SEE Kazakhstan in the list of "ours".
    But ...
    1. Ihrek
      Ihrek 27 March 2014 21: 29
      +13
      I wonder how to understand their position or is it a stranger among their own? Question HOWEVER. request
      1. zanoza
        zanoza 27 March 2014 21: 41
        +14
        Do all hundreds of opponents of the Crimean referendum know a single history of the existence of Russia, Crimea and Ukraine ??? Or voted on the go-ahead from Washington?
        1. Mih
          Mih 27 March 2014 22: 07
          +3
          knows a single story

          don't know the story. What to take from them? Yes, nothing more than analysis.
        2. mvg64
          mvg64 27 March 2014 22: 45
          +5
          they probably don’t know the story, but they will vote as Uncle Sam says. until . recourse
      2. platitsyn70
        platitsyn70 27 March 2014 21: 42
        +4
        sat usa, but not long will rule the ball usa is already close to their kerdyk, the economy is breathing in the palm of your hand, in the army snickering is a solid cut budget and sawing everything from the top to the bottom.
    2. TEODOR
      TEODOR 27 March 2014 21: 33
      +15
      Note if you compare the people of our ball population. In those countries that were silent, more than half the people live, what is this if not recognition? And not support for the Russian position?
      1. predator.3
        predator.3 27 March 2014 21: 48
        +13

        something like this all these UN general assemblies
      2. fif21
        fif21 27 March 2014 21: 58
        +6
        To speak on the issue for or against, you need to know the essence of the issue and the real situation. To most countries what happened in Crimea is simply not interesting! And if democracy is the power of the people, what is there to argue about. The people decided in Russia, then in Russia, they would have decided in the EU, then so be it. The same will be with the rest of Ukraine. The Russian position is that the people of Ukraine in a peaceful and legal way should decide for themselves with whom they should be. Otherwise, Russia reserves the right to protect the fraternal people by all means at its disposal.
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      4. Penzyac
        Penzyac 27 March 2014 22: 06
        +6
        Quote: TEODOR
        Note if you compare the people of our ball population. In those countries that were silent, more than half the people live, what is this if not recognition? And not support for the Russian position?


        These countries have shown that they are not yet ready to openly support Russia, but at the same time, they have not openly supported the United States.
        The overwhelming majority of those who voted for the American resolution (including the EU) showed their subordination to the United States and their unwillingness to have their own, independent position, especially since this resolution does not oblige them to anything.
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    4. Sid.74
      Sid.74 27 March 2014 21: 35
      +17
      Hmm, why didn’t Israel vote? Or are their diplomats on strike now? laughing
      1. atalef
        atalef 27 March 2014 21: 56
        +14
        Quote: Sid.74
        Hmm, why didn’t Israel vote? Or are their diplomats on strike now? laughing

        Because our minister of affairs said the absolutely right thing - this is not our business.
        1. Sid.74
          Sid.74 27 March 2014 22: 02
          +8
          Quote: atalef
          (by the way, we abstained)
          Look at the table and see that against the country of Israel there is a black gaping void !!!
          Quote: atalef
          it is not our business.

          Tell it when once again you will accuse Russia of having ties with Hamas and HIZBAL! laughing
          1. atalef
            atalef 27 March 2014 22: 11
            +2
            Quote: Sid.74
            Tell it when once again you will accuse Russia of having ties with Hamas and HIZBAL!

            And what does it have to do with it?
            By the way, how do I like all these disassemblies with the UN.
            Do not forget - when you bring it (UN) - as an argument against Israel.
            The UN is a tendentious organization that has lost all authority and is divorced from life.
            By the way, this applies to all resolutions. laughing
            only unfortunately there is nothing better yet.
            1. Sid.74
              Sid.74 27 March 2014 22: 22
              +3
              Quote: atalef
              Do not forget - when you bring it (UN) - as an argument against Israel.

              Who would doubt that you would write something like that! I will repeat once again you didn’t vote at all! Neither yes, no, and didn’t abstain! So no matter how you twisted the facts, your diplomats went on strike indefinitely! And it’s really funny when your diplomats complain that they are paid 2 thousand green and you are talking about the universal prosperity of Israel! Ukraine, too, was confused on two chairs to sit, nothing good came of it!
              1. atalef
                atalef 27 March 2014 22: 32
                -1
                Quote: Sid.74
                Who would doubt that you write something like that!

                Of course, this is so that the world would not be unipolar
                Quote: Sid.74
                I repeat once again you did not vote at all!

                Yes, calm down already - well, they didn’t vote - I think you don’t take this as unequivocal support of one or another side laughing
                Quote: Sid.74
                So no matter how you twist the facts, your diplomats go on strike indefinitely

                From damn these Jews, it was they who made a mess in the Crimea with a specialist under the strike.


                Quote: Sid.74
                And in general it’s funny when your diplomats complain that they are paid 2 thousand greens and you are talking about universal Israeli well-being

                Well, yes, I, too, as an employee of an electric company, cry and prove all the time. that basis for a salary of only 7000 is dirty. but for some reason after removing all taxes - remains 2.5 times more.
                To do this, you need to know how in state enterprises and state employees accrue z-you. there is a base rate. and then went cheat.
                Doctors and we say. that they are poor - just for some reason I have never seen that they would quit from doctors or diplomats and work - well, let's say teachers at school - by the way, the salary is above 2t bucks.

                Quote: Sid.74
                Ukraine, too, was confused on two chairs to sit; nothing good came of it!

                Yes, we are somehow in a second chair and not in a hurry - it is liquid at the moment.
                1. Sid.74
                  Sid.74 27 March 2014 22: 42
                  +1
                  Quote: atalef
                  Yes, calm down already - well, they didn’t vote - I think you don’t take this as unequivocal support of one or another side laughing

                  No, I take this as an attempt by Israel to play it safe if Yusa suddenly begins to support you kosher and prudently! That's all!
                  1. atalef
                    atalef 27 March 2014 22: 52
                    +6
                    Quote: Sid.74
                    No, I take this as an attempt by Israel to play it safe if Yusa suddenly begins to support you kosher and prudently! That's all!

                    Dont worry . I’ll tell you in great confidence - we are poher. We have excellent relations with both Russia and Ukraine - dance the tango together - the third one here is definitely superfluous.
                    1. Sid.74
                      Sid.74 27 March 2014 23: 00
                      +1
                      Quote: atalef
                      dance tango together - the third one here is definitely superfluous.

                      It’s well said that it’s not tango, it’s some kind of variety show and a half of the globe! Who the USA and EU and Romanians and Poles and Germans are not there! But Israel could at least abstain! But not ignore this vote! It could already be us interpreted as a friendly step!
                    2. atalef
                      atalef 27 March 2014 23: 19
                      +5
                      Quote: Sid.74
                      Well said only this is not tango this is some sort of variety show and a half of the globe

                      Well, you also want to be a world power-tolerate. Here New Zealanders live quietly and don’t even know what Crimea is.

                      Quote: Sid.74
                      ! Who is not there and the US and the EU and the Romanians and Poles and Germans!

                      Well, you’re cooler - S. Korea, Zimbabwe, Sudan and some Latin American beggars and hungry pugs. In general - some kind of poor support - in terms of living standards of the inhabitants of these 11 countries.
                      I even remembered
                      She swooped down, shook her rags
                      I don’t know, inspired.


                      Quote: Sid.74
                      But do not ignore this vote! This could be interpreted by us as a friendly step!

                      We are blessed how you interpret it.
                      Believe me, it would be much cheaper to pay Tuvalu and Vanoutu, and they would vote for the same - they recognized Abkhazia - along with as many as 2 states.
                  2. stoker
                    stoker 28 March 2014 04: 51
                    +4
                    And can you clarify why you (Israel) do not care? After all, Crimea is not a reason - Crimea is a consequence. The consequence of the fact that the Nazis-Bandera came to power in Ukraine. And you, the Zionists, have "excellent relations" with them. Moreover, there are rumors that some of your representatives funded and finances them directly.
                    It turns out one of two things.
                    Or, conversations about the Holocaust are greatly exaggerated, and cooperation between the Zionists and the SS and the Gestapo took place.
                    Either you really hate the Slavs, especially the Eastern ones, so you are ready to step over the bodies of "five million" of your compatriots.

                    "How do you explain this?" (from)
                  3. Setrac
                    Setrac April 2 2014 00: 02
                    0
                    Quote: stoker
                    And you, the Zionists, have "excellent relations" with them.

                    Fascism is the favorite brainchild of the Zionists, an obedient tool in the hands of the world (Jewish) oligarchy, why should they be against it?
        2. Luga
          Luga 27 March 2014 23: 14
          +3
          Quote: atalef
          The UN is a tendentious organization that has lost all authority and is divorced from life.

          good hi
          In fact, the UN died with the USSR and now exists in parallel reality. Unfortunately. sad
        3. dzau
          dzau 28 March 2014 11: 37
          0
          well naturally

          The UN does not support the demolition of residential areas in the gas sector by bulldozers, along with residents

          as well as the settlement of a foreign land after such sweeps

          very, very tendentious

          maybe well her, un? Israel, after all, lives exclusively with wolf right: whoever I can - I bomb, where it is dangerous to bomb - I whine, as is the case with Russian deliveries to Iran and Syria

          the trouble is that, with all the shakiness and declarativeness of the united nations, in the future, israel may end sooner than this organization

          for he grabbed the disease of the entire western community: too many show-offs, too little common sense to think about what these show-offs provide
    5. Ihrek
      Ihrek 27 March 2014 22: 10
      +2
      Quote: atalef
      Because our minister of affairs said the absolutely right thing (by the way, we abstained) - this is not our business.

      Of course, it’s good that at least they abstained and did not begin to lick Obama’s ass, but they could vote against, for Russia is true.
    6. Vi_RUS
      Vi_RUS 27 March 2014 22: 24
      +1
      he said it right, everyone should have said so, otherwise they’re climbing their nose at us, Israel alone behaves wisely as always (although not always of course, but mostly)!
    7. Dym71
      Dym71 28 March 2014 01: 42
      0
      Quote: atalef
      Quote: Sid.74
      Hmm, why didn’t Israel vote? Or are their diplomats on strike now? laughing

      Because our minister of affairs said the absolutely right thing - this is not our business.


      It’s good that the Russians didn’t say that in 1947!

      On November 1947, XNUMX, the UN General Assembly began to discuss the question of Palestine. At the session, Soviet representative Andrei Gromyko delivered his famous speech in defense of the right of Jews to their own state.

      On March 14, 1948, the Jewish state of Israel was proclaimed in Tel Aviv. Already on May 15, the USA and the USSR recognized the new state. But the Americans recognized de facto Israel, which implied the creation of a mission in Israel, not an embassy, ​​while the USSR recognized Israel in full.
  • Mih
    Mih 27 March 2014 22: 14
    +3

    Hmm a Israel

    Yes, the Jews are like all our people. Strange, however. Or decided to support the fascists? What will Aunt Haya say?
    1. atalef
      atalef 27 March 2014 22: 44
      +2
      Quote: Mih
      What will Aunt Haya say?

      And we don’t care, your fascists, not our fascists - to chase after all fascists (moreover, on both sides of the Ukrainian border) - you’ll erase your legs. I’ve got 100 km straight to Damascus.
      So, deal with your fascists yourself, you do not need our help.
      And then we inadvertently kill the wrong fascist which is necessary, then prove ....
      1. stalkerwalker
        stalkerwalker 27 March 2014 22: 51
        +3
        Quote: atalef
        You do not need our help.
        And then we inadvertently kill the wrong fascist which is necessary, then prove ....

        A good topic for Yanukovych 28.03.2014/XNUMX/XNUMX laughing
  • Setrac
    Setrac April 2 2014 00: 00
    0
    Quote: Sid.74
    Hmm, why didn’t Israel vote? Or are their diplomats on strike now?

    They have views of the Crimea, plans, and the Russians break them off again.
  • Oleg14774
    Oleg14774 27 March 2014 21: 40
    +16
    Quote: Banshee
    Kazakhstan is on the list of "ours".

    Kazakhstan has the former northern regions of Russia, he is afraid that he will lose them, i.e. to pin Mother Russia to Russia. So you can understand Nazar, but not necessary !!
    1. platitsyn70
      platitsyn70 27 March 2014 21: 48
      +8
      During his European tour, Obama said: “We are not entering yet another Cold War.” The US and NATO are not looking for a conflict with Russia. ” And he added: "Now is not the time to rush ... There are no simple answers, a military solution."

      But Obama did not say that the United States completely ruled out a military solution to the issue. There is simply no solution now.

      But it is not because the States are simply forced to reduce Pentagon spending in some areas and so far cannot afford the luxury of military adventures against Russia. The US national debt is almost 17,5 trillion dollars, which exceeds the catastrophic 100% of annual GDP. For comparison: Kiev’s maydanut “power” understands that Ukraine’s public debt equal to “only” half of GDP means that the country is on the verge of financial bankruptcy.
      war is saved money no us in the ass.
      1. platitsyn70
        platitsyn70 27 March 2014 21: 50
        +5
        Indicative moment. Former US Air Force intelligence chief, retired General David Deptula, in an interview with The Daily Beast, said that America should not rely on its military in the hope of organizing a new Cold War in connection with the crisis around Ukraine.

        According to Deptula, the inability of the American armed forces to be an instrument of pressure on our country is caused by the fact that the Cold War from a strategic and operational tactical point of view is significantly different from the so-called "global war on terror." Over the past decades, Americans have adapted to punitive operations, and as a result, the general notes, "they have become incapable of confronting Russia." The Washington "global war on terror", the general believes, led to the fact that "the US air force and naval forces have become geriatric."
        forgotten how to fight with a serious opponent, only punitive operations.
        1. platitsyn70
          platitsyn70 27 March 2014 21: 52
          +2
          In Afghanistan and Iraq, the US Army and Marine Corps are trained to operate in small units. The prevailing now doctrine of punitive actions and the ideological fight against the rebel movement - COIN, implies fighting clashes with the local civilian population, tactics are designed to deal with irregular formations using small arms. And the armed forces of the Cold War should be organized into massive formations with a significant inclusion of armored forces and heavy artillery.

          With bombing raids on weddings and funerals in Asia, Americans were guaranteed dominance and impunity in the air. But here is how the Deptula speaks about us: “The Russians have one of the best air defense systems on the planet ... Suddenly, it turned out that the praised Predator drones are out of date ... Today the Russians have a significant superiority of air-to-air weapons ... and in territories protected by with their air defense means, they have the ability to ban access to the airspace of any aircraft. ”
          sitting on Soviet bases and on the radio bomb civilians.
          1. platitsyn70
            platitsyn70 27 March 2014 21: 53
            +7
            Fighter aircraft of the Cold War should be trained to conduct sniper air battles, and bombing should be able to use techniques of covert approach to the targets of bombing and to overcome air defense.

            Former U.S. Air Force chief intelligence officer notes that when a fifth-generation T-50 multirole fighter will be produced in sufficient quantities in Russia - and its mass production should begin next year, there will be nothing to oppose the NATO bloc, except for the F-22 and F-35 (input the latter, by the way, is postponed - auth.), which will still be inferior to the new Russian aircraft. The deptula laments that having received the T-50, for the first time in many years, Russia will "level the air playground."
            superiority prosrali and it pleases
            1. platitsyn70
              platitsyn70 27 March 2014 21: 56
              +6
              General Ray Odierno, chief of staff of the U.S. Army, speaking at the House of Representatives on Tuesday, complained: in 2015, with a Pentagon budget of $ 496 billion and 420 personnel, the army will no longer be able to implement the military strategy approved by the president in 000 . That is, it will not be able to prevail in one major war, while at the same time retaining the ability to reflect the actions of the aggressor in another armed conflict. Moreover, Odierno expressed doubt that the army would be able to conduct at least “one long multi-stage operation over a long period of time”.

              But do not think that the Americans agree with the current situation.
              gentlemen ached a good sign of imminent demise
              1. platitsyn70
                platitsyn70 27 March 2014 22: 01
                +1
                and what kind of mess they have in the missile forces and air defense, praised for pumping money out of the EU, a solid sucker throne, give the patient a pill anyway not a tenant.
        2. dude_not_in_theme
          dude_not_in_theme 27 March 2014 22: 06
          +5
          Have forgotten how ?? But did they know how? Correctly wrote the same, only punitive operations with all his shabby yo..loy NATO, on countries that can not resist
      2. Mih
        Mih 27 March 2014 22: 27
        +3
        platitsyn70
        The war is not postponed. It has never stopped since the time of the Chetel (fucking Marlboro)
        Only the consequences stop the Anglo-Saxons - the disappearance of the fucking island from the map of the earth.
        Lords are afraid that there will be nowhere to hunt foxes and that they cannot sew a dozen costumes a season to appear before an old Scottish woman (May Castle).
        And all of Scotland stupidly does not like the English Lords.
        Collision brother.
    2. aksakal
      aksakal 27 March 2014 22: 21
      +5
      And especially taking into account the statements of okay marginal Limonov, but notable politician Zhirinovsky in the style of "and Kazakhstan will be next after Crimea!" - and you will not be so alert. In general, either on purpose, or out of Russia's stupidity, they spoiled their own. They don't joke with such things. And in Kazakhstan, the blogosphere is also boiling, like, "it has begun, Crimea is the first, we are waiting in Kazakhstan!"
      Well, Nazarbayev in The Hague spoke sharply about violations by the West in Serbia, Iraq, Libya, where an attack was actually carried out instead of a no-fly zone, in Syria ... dictatorial "labels. The note from Ukraine has already been received in an extremely harsh wording. But according to the Security Council, it does not change anything, there are still a hundred states
    3. ty60
      ty60 28 March 2014 00: 18
      -1
      not only northern, but also western. The Ural and Guryevskaya primordially Cossack regions were annexed to the Kazakh Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic in December 1936. Thank you to the wise and beloved ... here and estimate the possible losses of Nazarbayev, one-third of the developed territories, Kara-Chaganak gas, Total? predictably
    4. Guard
      Guard 29 March 2014 11: 04
      0
      Quote: Oleg147741
      Kazakhstan has the former northern regions of Russia, he is afraid that he will lose them, i.e. to pin Mother Russia to Russia. So you can understand Nazar, but not necessary !!

      There are no Russian lands in Kazakhstan. There were military fortifications of the Russian army in the territory inhabited by Kazakhs. Northern Kazakhstan first saw a Russian peasant at the end of the 19th century. Before the Stolypin reform, there was not a single Russian civilian settler in the Kazakh steppe.
      1. atalef
        atalef 29 March 2014 11: 12
        0
        Quote: Guard
        Northern Kazakhstan first saw a Russian peasant at the end of the 19th century. Before the Stolypin reform, there was not a single Russian civilian settler in the Kazakh steppe.

        Does it matter ?
        In general, the appeal of Russians living in Northern Kazakhstan is enough (if you continue to pinch the Russian-speaking population - which is often written in VO) and polite people will say - Now we are going to you
        laughing
        1. Guard
          Guard 29 March 2014 12: 37
          -1
          Quote: atalef
          Does it matter ?
          In general, the appeal of Russians living in Northern Kazakhstan is enough (if you continue to pinch the Russian-speaking population - which is often written in VO) and polite people will say - Now we are going to you

          1) No one is oppressed in Kazakhstan. Although all the knocked-down Nazis with phantom pains were popularly explained "Suitcase-station-Russia" or they will be beaten later. None of the normal Russians, who did not perceive themselves above the Kazakhs, were not told this. And thank God, we have a majority of normal Russians, and it is this large part that has remained in the KZ and are not going to leave anywhere (although if you read the articles on all sorts of chauvinist websites, you may get a picture that there are no Russians left in the KZ).
          In Russia, they confuse "oppression" and "language issue". The fact is that Kazakhstan is still more of a Russian-speaking country than a Kazakh-speaking country, despite the fact that Kazakhs are the majority of the country's population. Essno, this is not normal. The Kazakh language was hammered into the box during the Soviet era and now the state is taking steps to restore and popularize it. But no matter how the Russians in Kazakhstan scare each other that they have "squeezed the Russian language", they live quietly in the republic, not knowing a single word in Kazakh, while receiving 100% of information and services in their own language. There is simply a category of people who will always be dissatisfied with something and will always consider themselves disadvantaged. At the same time, these disadvantaged will not even stutter about the fact that until 1991 in Kazakhstan it was stupidly impossible to get an education in the Kazakh language. This is a real infringement. A Russian Kazakhstani can go to a Russian-language kindergarten, school, university, work in any organization using only Russian (the exception is the civil service, where you must know at least 2 languages), go to the Russian theater, watch Russian channels, read Russian-language newspapers. In what area are Russians oppressed? Even on one side of our money, everything is written in Russian so that there are no inconveniences for citizens who do not know the state language.

          2) Oh, you don't need to scare us with the Russian occupation. We ourselves occupy whom we like. Let me remind you that Kazakhs are a nation that has historically been occupying its neighbors all the time. Only direct descendants of Chingiz in the male line - here at least eat a booty. Even if we fantasize the situation that relations between Moscow and Astana have turned into a conflict, then it is not “polite men” who will come to North Kazakhstan, but “impolite Asians” will go to the “Last Sea”. So don't confuse us with your Palestinians or Ukrainians. We are very different in this regard.
          Well, in general, it’s stupid to fantasize on the topic of the Kazakh-Russian war. We are not cold-haired, who have been rushing their whole history from the West to Russia and vice versa. We have a more conservative friend or foe perception.
      2. Setrac
        Setrac April 2 2014 00: 06
        -1
        Quote: Guard
        There are no Russian lands in Kazakhstan.

        Be quiet already at home in America, without your provocative help we figure it out.
  • DS14
    DS14 27 March 2014 22: 29
    -4
    Quote: Banshee
    Yes, it was very unpleasant NOT TO SEE Kazakhstan in the list of "ours".

    Well, the stigma is also in the cannon - hence the position.
  • ty60
    ty60 28 March 2014 00: 04
    +1
    But didn’t you personally live in Kazakhstan? When there was a shortage of qualified personnel in production, they stopped. Nazarbayev is a sly oriental oyster. Unlike the Old Man, he is less predictable, the oil industry he paid for with mattresses. Who will perform in this situation?
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  • dude_not_in_theme
    dude_not_in_theme 27 March 2014 21: 51
    +3
    I also didn’t eat something. And why did the Kazakhs abstain ?? We were among the first to recognize Crimea in Russia, and they came to vote on you. I don’t understand anything ... what
  • Cherdak
    Cherdak 27 March 2014 22: 15
    +1
    Quote: 0
    GeneаThe UN Assembly adopted a resolution recognizing the referendum in Crimea as unlawful.

    Late, Gene, drink Borjomi ...
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  • siberalt
    siberalt 27 March 2014 22: 26
    0
    Black uncle forbade Kazakhstan to vote for Russia. But Zimbabwe pleased laughing
    1. atalef
      atalef 27 March 2014 22: 47
      0
      Quote: siberalt
      But Zimbabwe pleased

      Yes, Mugabe (who is already over 90) and has been sitting in power for 50 years is a worthy example. It is true that to buy a kilo of bread - you need to give a kilo of paper money - but what a firm position in the Crimea.
      They probably thought. that Crimea is like Ayskrim - that’s why they voted - FOR.
  • Vi_RUS
    Vi_RUS 27 March 2014 22: 27
    0
    and Kazakhstan was offended by us for the fact that we will soon stop paying for baikanur, since we are building a new spaceport, so there’s nothing personal
  • nikolaev
    nikolaev 27 March 2014 23: 33
    +10
    Silent Event

    There is one piece of news in the recent news flow that almost no one has noticed. Meanwhile, what happened is an extraordinary event.

    On March 12, our compatriot, Kaliningrader, guard colonel of the reserve Yuri Nikolaevich Mel was arrested in Lithuania. Imprisoned on an absurd political charge. To spite Russia. It was in spite, in revenge for the Crimea - so consider the colleagues of the arrested.

    First they called me, those who went with the guard Colonel Tajikistan. And then his wife, Nadezhda, called.

    In the already distant 91st year, Lieutenant Mel was in one of the tanks that arrived at the Vilnius TV Tower. He was in the square as part of the crew, faithful to orders and oaths. No shots. Just sitting in the tank. His tank didn’t hurt anyone - neither people nor cars. But this is the president of the USSR Gorbachev adore the progressive community. A simple Russian Mel was sent to prison.

    As you know, in the very beginning of the 90s in the Baltic states our security forces were persecuted. For example, “Riga riot policemen” were sent to prisons with the connivance of Moscow at that time. But how to understand the current arrest?

    Stranded turned out to be disabled. The disease explains his appearance in Lithuania. He went there all the last years - for medicines, which are slightly cheaper than in Kaliningrad. He came many dozens of times and received Lithuanian Schengen without hindrance. He has a severe form of diabetes, in the near future they were going to amputate his leg. Relatives and friends do not know how much he will last in prison. Lithuanian law enforcement officers playfully informed his wife that he could get a life sentence.

    Human rights activists do not make noise about Mel. There is almost no mention of him in the press. And the Foreign Ministry is now overloaded with other concerns. Someone, seeing this column, is gloating, and someone will pretend that he has not noticed anything, and someone will write a formidable appeal. Here, probably, there should be a call. Probably, about the fact that Russia should not be offended, and in general, there are measures to influence this very Lithuania. But the conclusion will be made by everyone. And I did what I had to - I told you about the fate of the arrested man, as his wife and friends asked me to. And one more thing. Comrade officers, be careful when traveling around the post-Soviet world.

    Sergey Shargunov
  • 120352
    120352 27 March 2014 23: 42
    +1
    These are not one hundred states. This is one hundred staff sixes! Without your own opinion, ideas about honor, truth, conscience! These are not states. These are American colonies. And Russia - the only free country in this world has remained!
  • Revolver
    Revolver 28 March 2014 00: 06
    0
    Quote: T-100
    And where is Kazakhstan recourse )))

    Согласно http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/03/27/us-ukraine-crisis-un-idUSBREA2Q1GA2014
    0327,
    Israel, Iran, Serbia and several former Soviet republics in Central Asia like Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan were among those that did not take part in the vote.
    (Israel, Iran, Serbia, and several former Soviet Central Asian republics, like Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan, were among those who did not vote)

    Once every 100 years, the positions of Israel and Iran coincided what
    1. afire
      afire 28 March 2014 00: 13
      0
      If against, let them come and try to take soldier am
  • Barrcode
    Barrcode 28 March 2014 00: 52
    0
    In connection with the adoption of this resolution, I consider it important to remember that any resolution adopted by the UN General Assembly is of a purely recommendatory nature. So we can also recommend a lot of things to them, but the essence of the issue will not change.
  • Guard
    Guard 29 March 2014 10: 53
    +1
    Quote: T-100
    And where is Kazakhstan recourse)))

    I will explain the policy of Akorda (the name of the residence of Nazarbayev in Astana):
    1) Kazakhstan recognized the referendum in Crimea and expressed its full understanding of the actions of the Russian Federation. In other words, KZ is completely on the side of Russia.
    2) Kazakhstan is one of the few countries in the world that can become a mediator for the regulation of Russian-Ukrainian relations. Both Moscow and Washington agreed with Kazakhstan's candidacy as a mediator. Kazakhs traditionally have sympathy for Ukraine (moreover, ordinary Ukrainians are respected a little more than ordinary Russians, since Ukrainians do not have irritating chauvinism towards Kazakhs). We need to think over and build a scheme according to which Russia and Ukraine will find a common language. However, if at the UN we take a pose a la "Go to ... th, h.khly - we will not give up Crimea!" dialogue with Astana. Astana shouldn't be asking for trouble and tearing the shirt on its chest in front of Kiev. We need to meet with them and work to create conditions for the normalization of relations between Kiev and Moscow.

    I advise, before rugazzo on the "traitors-Kazakhs", to delve into the topic of current Kazakh-Ukrainian diplomatic relations. It will immediately become clear what game Kazakhstan is playing, and bad thoughts about "a knife in the back from Nazarbayev" will disappear.
  • Red Army of the USSR
    Red Army of the USSR 27 March 2014 21: 20
    +10
    Goats, in a word.
    1. Vi_RUS
      Vi_RUS 27 March 2014 22: 31
      -2
      in fact, the way it is! when we take over the whole world, everyone who voted against today will be subject to destruction ho-ho-ho (laughter), so they had to think about it before voting)))
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  • pvv113
    pvv113 27 March 2014 21: 21
    +43
    So it was determined the exact number of prostitutes in world politics, licking ass Uncle Sam
    1. TEODOR
      TEODOR 27 March 2014 21: 49
      +6
      Quote: pvv113
      So it was determined the exact number of prostitutes in world politics, licking ass Uncle Sam

      Or simply occupied territories, I don’t think that most of them support US policy. If the incognito vote were taken, the situation would be different. For some reason there is such confidence.
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    3. rainufa
      rainufa 27 March 2014 21: 53
      +6
      Azerbaijan proudly leads the mainstream.
      Well, men draw conclusions.
      How many Russians live in Azerbaijan?
      1. alone
        alone 27 March 2014 22: 06
        -3
        Quote: rainufa
        Azerbaijan proudly leads the mainstream.
        Well, men draw conclusions.
        How many Russians live in Azerbaijan?

        120 Russian citizens live in Azerbaijan. What's next?
        1. Setrac
          Setrac April 2 2014 00: 14
          0
          Quote: lonely
          120 Russian citizens live in Azerbaijan. What's next?

          Was it in the Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic? 500000 Russians lived in Azerbaijan until the collapse of the USSR.
      2. Yeraz
        Yeraz 27 March 2014 22: 09
        +3
        Quote: rainufa
        Well, men draw conclusions.

        Yes, we conclude that there are no fools in Baku.
        They did not recognize the separation of Kosovo and did not recognize the separation of Crimea, because having the Karabakh problem and consistently advocating for territorial integrity and at the same time voting for violation of territorial integrity would be a measure of idiocy or meanness.
        1. Black
          Black 27 March 2014 22: 24
          +8
          Quote: Yeraz
          They did not recognize the separation of Kosovo and did not recognize the separation of Crimea


          Yes, their underpants, they are closer to the eggs.
          That's all.
          But why is such a "fair" republic arming itself - the question is!
          1. Yeraz
            Yeraz 27 March 2014 22: 30
            -1
            Quote: Chen
            Yes, their underpants, they are closer to the eggs.
            That's all.

            right, but this does not give a reason to say prostitutes, sold out, they were ordered.
            Quote: Chen
            But why is such a "fair" republic arming itself - the question is!

            Are you kidding ??? To ensure the territorial integrity for which he advocates !!! Or can Russia arm itself, but not others? Especially having in the north a beautiful calm northern Caucasus and a mall regime Iran in the south trying to include you in its orbit.
            1. Black
              Black 27 March 2014 23: 56
              +2
              Quote: Yeraz
              right, but this does not give a reason to say to a prostitute,


              Not all. you are unlikely.
              But there are many prostitutes from this "heavenly" hundred, and it is foolish to deny this. Few people vote with their hearts. there is no such.
              The number of languages ​​is proportional to the size of the ass of the superpower.
              10 to 1st. .....until.
              Quote: Yeraz
              Or can Russia arm itself, but not others?

              Arm yourself. why not.
              that's just the difference, we can, but we will see.
              1. Yeraz
                Yeraz 28 March 2014 00: 56
                -1
                Quote: Chen
                that's just the difference, we can, but we will see.


                What can you do?
    4. from punk
      from punk 27 March 2014 22: 06
      +10
      Quote: pvv113
      So it was determined the exact number of prostitutes in world politics, licking ass Uncle Sam
      time will judge us
      1. Cormorants
        Cormorants 28 March 2014 06: 08
        0
        Ahaha, five points, +++++ laughing
    5. Penzyac
      Penzyac 27 March 2014 22: 16
      +4
      Quote: pvv113
      So it was determined the exact number of prostitutes in world politics, licking ass Uncle Sam


      Well, not all of them are prostitutes, most raped.
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  • Chifka
    Chifka 27 March 2014 21: 21
    +18
    Well, are you getting ready? Tomorrow, the Republic of Tongo and Trinidad i Tobago will introduce Zulus troops into the territory of Crimea in order to restore the integrity of Ukraine! We stock up with beads, mirrors and fiery water ...
    1. strannik595
      strannik595 27 March 2014 21: 39
      +15
      they are already a month in Parliament
  • Kuzkin Batyan
    Kuzkin Batyan 27 March 2014 21: 22
    +10
    However: Israel, Saudi Arabia, Iran and 23 other countries did not vote.
    1. atalef
      atalef 27 March 2014 21: 25
      +2
      Quote: Kuzkin Batyan
      However: Israel, Saudi Arabia, Iran and 23 other countries did not vote.

      Like Kazakhstan.
      1. Kuzkin Batyan
        Kuzkin Batyan 27 March 2014 21: 28
        +8
        Kazakhstan also has a difficult situation. Many, many Russians there. Therefore, they did not want to take part in this, you never know what will happen in the future when the government changes.
        1. Sid.74
          Sid.74 27 March 2014 21: 39
          +2
          Quote: atalef
          Like Kazakhstan.


          Kazakhstan voted (abstained) and Israel did not vote at all, the table shows!
          1. atalef
            atalef 27 March 2014 22: 14
            0
            Quote: Sid.74
            Kazakhstan voted (abstained) and Israel did not vote at all, the table shows

            Israel did not have enough time to climb into the Slavic disassemblies.
            I have a wife from Kiev, and my sister has a husband from Simferopol. - so that we now kill each other?
            1. Sid.74
              Sid.74 27 March 2014 22: 36
              0
              Quote: atalef
              Israel did not have enough time to climb into the Slavic disassemblies.
              I have a wife from Kiev, and my sister has a husband from Simferopol. - so that we now kill each other?

              One way or another, this crisis will hurt you too, believe me! And the lack of a clear policy on this issue (a la not our business) will come back to the Jews as another Holocaust! You heard calls in Ukraine!
              1. atalef
                atalef 27 March 2014 22: 55
                +1
                Quote: Sid.74
                One way or another, this crisis will hurt you, believe me!

                I’ve already touched it, my husband’s sister cannot go to Europe (she’s from Simferopol), and his wife’s parents (Kiev) will have to help even more.

                I look at both of you (Russia and Ukraine) - then through the window - at sea and I think --- cool to you, and here we have a swamp. no action, work and work.
                And the lack of a clear policy on this issue (a la not our business) will come back to the Jews as another Holocaust! You have heard calls in Ukraine!

                Do not carry a blizzard. We have nothing more to do, sort it out ourselves - brothers in blood and faith.
                By the way. that would be more sensible. we then track it. While the surge of anti-Semitism is in the Crimea, I don’t even know why.
                Just don't take it. what I type for Maidan --- just so infa for thought.
                1. Sid.74
                  Sid.74 27 March 2014 23: 08
                  0
                  Quote: atalef
                  While the surge of anti-Semitism is in the Crimea, I don’t even know why.

                  And why did the Israeli Security Council consider the incidents in Kiev? Though give a link or something! Your rabbi told in the program Sunday evening it seemed that the Security Council was trying to set fire to synagogues in western Ukraine!

                  Quote: atalef
                  I look at both of you (Russia and Ukraine) - then through the window - at sea and I think --- cool to you, and here we have a swamp. no action, work and work.

                  Well, God bless you! Do not calm down, scold!
                  1. atalef
                    atalef 27 March 2014 23: 33
                    0
                    Well, God bless you! Do not calm down, scold!

                    What do you rejoice for you, finally found out the truth who burned Khatyn, or imagine, had it not happened, Maidan, Ukraine would have entered the TS, and then the truth would have revealed - well, how could you be in the same TS with the fascists?
                    1. Lone gunman
                      Lone gunman 28 March 2014 11: 10
                      0
                      "That you are happy for you, at last you found out the truth who burned Khatyn, otherwise imagine if Maidan had not happened, Ukraine would have entered the vehicle, and then the truth would have been revealed - how could you be in the same vehicle with the Nazis?" (I have a wife from Kiev) "- ​​we could ..., well, you are married to a potential fascist, if you follow your Jewish logic ...
                  2. meikin
                    meikin 28 March 2014 03: 08
                    0
                    Quote: Sid.74

                    Well, God bless you! Do not calm down, scold!


                    Why are you paying attention to different yzers and yavreys ... They are hustling and scoffing here because of irrepressible envy and pernicious harm about their worthlessness and youthful significance in international affairs. This is like that pug that barks at the elephant for any reason, and if it is sooo lucky, it dreams of biting (if its owner allows it without fear of the consequences from the elephant ...). If they really didn't care, it would be so calm and good, as they are trying to convince us here, so they (and others like them) would break spears and translate nerve cells ...?! Yes wigwam! Therefore, they have their interest in this (gesheft in their language ... wink ) Vague doubts torment me, but (scientifically expressed) not agents or influence, i.e. in Russian speaking, are they not the HEATS, especially the one who is the lone wanderer! And if this is so, then you should not pay special attention to them and spend time, people work as they can, well, the flag is in their ... fellow
        2. Siberian19
          Siberian19 27 March 2014 21: 42
          +4
          KAZAKH IS AS AT LEAST HALF OF THE RUSSIAN TERRITORIES, THAT IS Pissing!
          1. Floock
            Floock 27 March 2014 21: 56
            +1
            forget it!
          2. Siberian19
            Siberian19 27 March 2014 21: 58
            +5
            someone put down cons, Kazakhs probably! I’m for justice, it’s not for nothing that the capital was transferred so that a piece of more from Russia could be chopped off while the mess was! The USSR naszdavil republics, which, when the collapse allegedly became states, but in fact are sucked from the finger!
            1. RusKaz
              RusKaz 28 March 2014 09: 52
              0
              Quote: Siberian19
              someone put down cons, Kazakhs probably!

              and who else!)
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        3. atalef
          atalef 27 March 2014 21: 58
          +1
          Quote: Kuzkin Batyan
          Kazakhstan also has a difficult situation.

          what is not simple?

          Quote: Kuzkin Batyan
          Many, many Russians there.

          So he did not support Russia?

          Quote: Kuzkin Batyan
          Therefore, they did not want to take part in this, you never know what will happen in the future when the government changes.

          expand the thought please? In the UN, they vote in general at the direct direction of the head of state, and not according to the mood of the street.
        4. Revolver
          Revolver 28 March 2014 05: 22
          0
          Quote: Kuzkin Batyan
          Kazakhstan also has a difficult situation. Many, many Russians there.

          So in Israel, if taken as a percentage, there are also many Russians
      2. Name
        Name 27 March 2014 21: 40
        +5
        Kazakhstan abstained: The list of countries that decided to abstain is noteworthy. All BRICS organizers - Brazil, South Africa, China, India - were included in it. Afghanistan, Kazakhstan, Algeria, Vietnam, Egypt and Uzbekistan, etc. have also decided to abstain. - only 58 countries. "
        A number of participants in the General Assembly decided not to vote at all (Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, Israel). Serbia, with the unresolved Kosovo problem, also did not participate in the vote.-after the vote, we can clearly see who is our friend, who is the enemy, and who is so ...
        seehttp: //top.rbc.ru/politics/27/03/2014/914060.shtml
  • PPL
    PPL 27 March 2014 21: 22
    +14
    Let them now try to return the Crimeans to Ukraine. lol Can not be forced.
    I imagine how great and mighty it will sound in response.
  • Monk
    Monk 27 March 2014 21: 22
    +16
    Maybe it’s time already to destroy this soda and gomora called pin - this, let's already collapse the dollar and destroy them, finally destroy it, it will make you sick.
    1. TEODOR
      TEODOR 27 March 2014 21: 53
      +3
      Quote: Monk
      Maybe it’s time already to destroy this soda and gomora called pin - this, let's already collapse the dollar and destroy them, finally destroy it, it will make you sick.

      We ourselves are not ready for this yet, we must act, thoughtfully and carefully, VOVA knows how.
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    3. Sergey Sitnikov
      Sergey Sitnikov 27 March 2014 22: 26
      0
      ))) damn it, it makes you sick - this is a symptom ... buy a test and be afraid of 2 strips!
  • Valter1364
    Valter1364 27 March 2014 21: 22
    +12
    What to say? In turn, these bitches will still become children, to pay their respects to us. We are on the right track. Let's wait.
  • Wiruz
    Wiruz 27 March 2014 21: 22
    +14
    Come on?! Just so unexpected! belay

    In general, it seems that everything and everything in the world is against Russia. Really, such hands are long for the States, or simply all kinds of Handuras and South Africa are afraid to show themselves undemocratic in front of the States (after all, this is fraught with peacekeeping bombing).
    1. w2000
      w2000 28 March 2014 00: 33
      +4
      Here the thing is - this resolution alone does not solve anything and voting on it is purely for the satisfaction of the United States and Co. And the United States has really long hands, and even to refrain from supporting the US line is a rather bold decision that not every country can afford.
  • Ihrek
    Ihrek 27 March 2014 21: 23
    +9
    Let them die of envy.
  • ankh-andrej
    ankh-andrej 27 March 2014 21: 23
    +10
    Thus, we have already corrected the world map without your resolution. And the General Assembly will soon be a useless organization.
    1. Vadim12
      Vadim12 27 March 2014 21: 30
      +7
      The UN has long shown itself to be a worthless organization, a puppet in the hands of the United States. Do not care for her opinion. She needs to prepare for the fate of the League of Nations.
      1. Viktor.N.Aleksandrov.
        Viktor.N.Aleksandrov. 27 March 2014 21: 40
        +7
        Right. Like many other international organizations. Ponte a lot, but no use.
      2. Alex 241
        Alex 241 27 March 2014 21: 59
        +15
        Quote: Vadim12
        The UN has long shown itself to be a worthless organization, a puppet in the hands of the United States.

        I propose to adopt a resolution on the illegality of the UN!
        1. svp67
          svp67 27 March 2014 22: 02
          +7
          Quote: Alex 241
          I propose to adopt a resolution on the illegality of the UN!
          Greetings ... hi
          It’s simpler about the ILLEGALITY of the Declaration of Independence of the USA ...
          1. Alex 241
            Alex 241 27 March 2014 22: 35
            +3
            Hi Seryozha, this declaration has already been "wiped" so many times that its value is the cost of the paper on which it is written!
    2. ramzes1776
      ramzes1776 27 March 2014 21: 33
      +14
      Quote: ankh-andrej
      And the General Assembly will soon be a useless organization.

      It has been useless for 15 years after NATO bombed Yugoslavia without UN sanction and tore Kosovo from Serbia.
    3. boozer
      boozer 27 March 2014 21: 39
      +4
      But the UN seems to me a long time useless office, bent under the mattress covers ...
      1. Penzyac
        Penzyac 27 March 2014 23: 48
        0
        Quote: boozer
        But the UN seems to me a long time useless office, bent under the mattress covers ...


        So, the UN has its headquarters in New York. It’s high time to move the UN Headquarters and other world organizations from the USA and Europe to some neutral countries and (or), preferably, for each organization to create a backup headquarters in other countries, for example: US headquarters - a backup in Venezuela headquarters in Europe - backup in Asia. In this case, a vote on any resolution could be organized solely not in the country that initiated the resolution.
      2. Revolver
        Revolver 28 March 2014 05: 36
        0
        Quote: boozer
        But the UN seems to me a long time useless office, bent under the mattress covers ...
        And in America, imagine, very many believe that the UN is an anti-American organization that exists with the money of American taxpayers. And in particular, that all sorts of underdeveloped and Muslim (as a rule, too, by the way, underdeveloped) countries, using the arithmetic majority in the GA, impose their will on the civilized world and suck out funds from it, which are then ineptly squandered. And they also believe that the UN should be multiplied by zero. Well, or at least America to terminate membership (and, accordingly, contributions), and send them from New York to where they agree to accept and support.
  • StrateG
    StrateG 27 March 2014 21: 25
    +17
    The UN resolution has no legal force, so ... we wanted to spit on you)
  • Wiruz
    Wiruz 27 March 2014 21: 25
    +19
    I kept waiting for Churkin to come out in the end and say something like
    1. dmitrij.blyuz
      dmitrij.blyuz 27 March 2014 22: 30
      0
      And Churkin said that "We have won a moral and political victory in this vote." On the main page of the site it is in the "Politics" section.
      1. atalef
        atalef 27 March 2014 23: 37
        0
        Quote: dmitrij.blyuz
        And Churkin said that "We have won a moral and political victory in this vote." On the main page of the site it is in the "Politics" section.

        Who would doubt that in general 11 is more than 100 - almost twice as many digits
        1. dmitrij.blyuz
          dmitrij.blyuz 28 March 2014 00: 25
          0
          Or, do you think that I will whip the gag? === http://politobzor.net/show-16444-churkin-golosovanie-oon-moralnaya-pobeda-rossii
          .html
    2. mvg64
      mvg64 27 March 2014 23: 05
      +1
      why should he say this, everybody basically understands it soldier
  • Sergg
    Sergg 27 March 2014 21: 25
    +10
    Also, the General Assembly called on the entire international community not to recognize changes in the status of Crimea and Sevastopol and to refrain from any actions that could be interpreted as recognition of changes in this status.


    Oh. pug-know she is strong, since barks at an elephant. They mourn and calm down, it is already familiar.
    1. Sergey Sitnikov
      Sergey Sitnikov 27 March 2014 22: 32
      0
      in my opinion, for these pro-American rats it is more suitable from the quartet - "And you, friends, how do not sit down - all are not suitable for musicians"
    2. Penzyac
      Penzyac 27 March 2014 23: 55
      0
      Quote: Sergg
      Also, the General Assembly called on the entire international community not to recognize changes in the status of Crimea and Sevastopol and to refrain from any actions that could be interpreted as recognition of changes in this status.


      Oh. pug-know she is strong, since barks at an elephant. They mourn and calm down, it is already familiar.


      And we will not ask them, for example, we will gather some kind of summit in Sochi and, like not the weather, once, and planes in the Crimea, like an alternate airfield, then let them "interpret". Visited means, de facto, recognized. wink
  • GHG
    GHG 27 March 2014 21: 26
    +9
    It's time to dissolve this circus, like the League of Nations. To create something new, acting is not so pragmatic in favor of the arrogant Saxons.
    1. Penzyac
      Penzyac 27 March 2014 23: 58
      0
      Quote: GES
      It's time to dissolve this circus, like the League of Nations. To create something new, acting is not so pragmatic in favor of the arrogant Saxons.


      Already created - called the G20.
  • Egoza
    Egoza 27 March 2014 21: 26
    +23
    Come on you! Total in the world - 250 countries, including:
    • 195 independent states (193 UN member states)
    I’m wondering, where were the other members during the voting? After all, according to the data it was only 169! And if on a global scale - 250 countries minus 100 = ...
    We had the UN in mind! wink
    1. yur
      yur 27 March 2014 22: 19
      +1
      Quote: Egoza
      Come on you! Total in the world - 250 countries, including
      Golden words, dear Fidget! I also want to draw the attention of respected members of the forum to the fact that the vote was held on the legitimacy of the referendum in Crimea, and since the vast majority of countries have their own problems with the separatists, it would not be possible to expect another result. The main thing is that no one will dispute the actual return of Crimea home to their homeland. And the last one. If my memory with someone does not fail me, then the vote in the UN on the independence of Kosovo went with about the same result, but not in favor of the West.
    2. Alex 241
      Alex 241 27 March 2014 22: 31
      +1
      Quote: Egoza
      I’m wondering, where were the other members during the voting?

      Probably at dinner!
    3. 222222
      222222 27 March 2014 22: 37
      +1
      here is the draft resolution in PDF format .. click Russian and download ..
      http://www.un.org/ga/search/view_doc.asp?symbol=A/68/L.39&referer=http://www.nyt
      imes.com/2014/03/28/world/europe/General-Assembly-Vote-on-Crimea.html?_r=0&Lang=
      R
      or from here http://www.nytimes.com/2014/03/28/world/europe/General-Assembly-Vote-on-Crimea.h
      tml? _r = 0
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  • Gennady1973
    Gennady1973 27 March 2014 21: 26
    +19
    Personally, I hope most of the guys on the site and simply OUR! DRUM! who voted against ... and what ??? yeah! die of sanctions ...
    1. Viktor.N.Aleksandrov.
      Viktor.N.Aleksandrov. 27 March 2014 22: 00
      +2
      But they did not agree on sanctions. Your pocket is closer to the body. (Sorry for this interpretation).
  • Nasrat
    Nasrat 27 March 2014 21: 28
    +9
    They don't know the Russian language well. Not e ......- written separately! And O_monkeys through "O".
  • Roman Skomorokhov
    Roman Skomorokhov 27 March 2014 21: 28
    +12
    Well, the UN’s position is now clear and understandable. Apparently, we will have to remember those times when the USSR sent some kind of League of Nations ...

    What is the UN actually? Where is the UN headquarters located? Who contains the UN? Under whose tune does the UN dance?

    Enough, I guess. Indeed, it would be time to show this who the main ferret is, that this is not Kosovo.

    Frozen already.
  • tomcat117
    tomcat117 27 March 2014 21: 29
    +10
    Quote: T-100
    And where is Kazakhstan recourse )))

    And nowhere, now they are “Kazakh ate”, which means in translation: I don’t know my hut from the edge, because we are awesome strategic partners.
    1. Penzyac
      Penzyac 28 March 2014 00: 06
      0
      Quote: tomcat117
      Quote: T-100
      And where is Kazakhstan recourse )))

      And nowhere, now they are “Kazakh ate”, which means in translation: I don’t know my hut from the edge, because we are awesome strategic partners.


      You can immediately see where the Kazakh "elite" keeps their money: to ours and yours, and to the Mordovians and Chuvashes (like in two baskets).
      1. rasputin17
        rasputin17 28 March 2014 07: 44
        +1
        Quote: PENZYAC
        Quote: tomcat117
        Quote: T-100
        And where is Kazakhstan recourse )))

        And nowhere, now they are “Kazakh ate”, which means in translation: I don’t know my hut from the edge, because we are awesome strategic partners.


        You can immediately see where the Kazakh "elite" keeps their money: to ours and yours, and to the Mordovians and Chuvashes (like in two baskets).


        But this is so! The truth should not be offended !! Kazakh business elite do not care !! To them that mother that stepmother is all one !! He stole and dumped into the states or England where he could not be reached, and examples of such at least a dime a dozen !! Aliyev Rakhat, Kazhegeldin, Khrapunov, etc. e. and such freaks, the list can be continued for a long time, simple people need friendship with Russia whose brains have not swam with fat and have not turned into a national ideological jelly !!
  • vlad0
    vlad0 27 March 2014 21: 30
    +10
    And a vegetable to help them (i.e. x .. with them). Our Crimea! And such opinions - sideways. For that, you can immediately see who you can count on and who to trust, and who not.
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  • AleksPol
    AleksPol 27 March 2014 21: 30
    +4
    And what this UN General Assembly decides. So chattering language. I wonder how much Russia spends on the UN?
    1. ankh-andrej
      ankh-andrej 27 March 2014 21: 54
      +1
      There, it seems, a certain percentage of the value of the country's GDP should be unfastened. Therefore, the states there have the largest contributions. But it’s not clear then how China has turned its back on this?
      1. Rostovchanin
        Rostovchanin 28 March 2014 07: 35
        +1
        Therefore, the states there have the largest contributions. T

        Therefore, they are not paid ...
        The United States owes the United States about $ 1 billion, Secretary General of the United Nations (UN) Ban Ki-moon said. As UN News Service reported on Thursday, during a meeting with Ban Ki-moon and Chairman of the Foreign Affairs Committee of the House of Representatives of the US Congress Howard Berman, they spoke about the reform of the organization and, in particular, the revision of the peacekeeping support system.
        Ban Ki-moon recalled that the United States underpaid organizations about $ 1 billion, and stressed that "the UN cannot carry out the activities you are asking for without the necessary resources for this."
  • andrei332809
    andrei332809 27 March 2014 21: 30
    +4
    and in the mouth the legs of this hundred
  • erased
    erased 27 March 2014 21: 31
    +5
    As Stirlitz said - we raise our right hand, sharply lower it down with the words "Poh!" Those who disagree go through the forest.
    I wonder what Kaltenbrunner will say about this?

  • 51064
    51064 27 March 2014 21: 32
    +3
    I think that if this is not a victory, then it is definitely not a defeat. Since the majority of those who abstained are those who do not want to go to an almost open confrontation with the West (China and India, for example). And among those who voted "For" the resolution, I think that there are also a lot of those who follow the lead of the so-called "world community", whose opinion has already been appropriated by Mr. Obama, EMNIP back on February 27th. So there will be no international isolation of Russia, as we all in the majority expected.
  • konvalval
    konvalval 27 March 2014 21: 33
    +4
    So we decided who is hu ... "But we don't care, but we don't care ..."
  • Gennady1973
    Gennady1973 27 March 2014 21: 34
    +8
    Resolutions on Ukraine "were supported by: Armenia, Belarus, Bolivia, Cuba, North Korea, Nicaragua, Sudan, Syria, Venezuela and Zimbabwe ... it's a shame to the core except Armenia, Belarus, not ONE! OUR! Ally, in the literal sense , did not say against ...
    1. Ihrek
      Ihrek 27 March 2014 21: 47
      +6
      A friend in need is a friend indeed.
    2. Yeraz
      Yeraz 27 March 2014 21: 58
      -6
      Quote: Gennady1973
      it is insulting to the core except Armenia, Belarus, not ONE! OUR! ally, literally, did not say against ....

      Well, because there really are no allies. There is a small number of post-Soviet countries that Russia, allegedly in alliance and specifically for eggs, holds two Armenia and Belarus. The first is purely physically and economically and the first plays a decisive role. And Belarus, which subsidizes. That's all. Cossacks would also vote against if it weren’t for the number of Russian population in the country.
      Here many jumped for joy, but for the most part Nazarbayev said abstract things and voted as well))))
      1. Black
        Black 27 March 2014 22: 29
        +5
        Quote: Yeraz
        Russia is supposedly in alliance and specifically for eggs, Russia holds 2 armenia and Belarus

        And if Russia held you for the same ento. supporting you in your quest for Karabakh .... the color of the box would be different, right?
        1. Yeraz
          Yeraz 27 March 2014 22: 37
          -5
          Quote: Chen
          And if Russia held you for the same ento. supporting you in your quest for Karabakh .... the color of the box would be different, right?

          No, the Turks support us in Karabakh, and we recognized Northern Cyprus ?? no. Although they themselves recognized it also for their fellow countrymen over the mountain.
          This is a time bomb and those who signed up will suffer. Well, except for Armenia, there is no one there except for Armenians))
          1. Black
            Black 28 March 2014 00: 07
            +1
            Quote: Yeraz
            No.


            Not sure.
            But your voting could not have been otherwise. At themselves - over there what chiriy ....
            To you, no complaints. (except for the number of flags on the Maidan .... still Atalef waved his !!!)
            Personally, you and your comrade, "100 km from Syria," should not have scoffed at the joy of the Russian world. Doesn't smell good.
            I’m not sure that Turkey is more friend to Azerbaijan than Russia. to look into the distance. and look back.
            1. Yeraz
              Yeraz 28 March 2014 00: 59
              -2
              Quote: Chen
              Personally, you and your comrade, "100 km from Syria," should not have scoffed at the joy of the Russian world. Doesn't smell good.

              I am not a mocker, I believe that this will come out sideways with Russia when this method is applied to it.
              Quote: Chen
              I’m not sure that Turkey is more friend to Azerbaijan than Russia.

              Are you kidding ?? Russia is a greater friend to us than the Turks ?? Is Russia supporting the aggressor and pulling a solution to the conflict. Our brothers are Turks. It is the same that Azerbaijan is a greater friend of Russia than Belarus))))
  • Wiruz
    Wiruz 27 March 2014 21: 34
    +6
    But I’m wondering what sanctions the Monkey will impose when Alaska becomes a part "regional superpower"?
    1. Yeraz
      Yeraz 27 March 2014 21: 59
      0
      Quote: Wiruz
      But I'm wondering what sanctions the Monkey will introduce when Alaska becomes part of the "regional superpower"?

      Are you kidding or do you really believe that?
      1. Wiruz
        Wiruz 27 March 2014 22: 07
        0
        I'm just very visionary bully
        1. Yeraz
          Yeraz 27 March 2014 22: 12
          0
          Quote: Wiruz
          I'm just very visionary

          Very, very far-sighted I will tell you bully
    2. Penzyac
      Penzyac 28 March 2014 00: 11
      +1
      Quote: Wiruz
      But I’m wondering what sanctions the Monkey will impose when Alaska becomes a part "regional superpower"?


      "Monkey" will return to its historical homeland, to collect bananas. laughing
  • 51064
    51064 27 March 2014 21: 34
    +8
    Quote: T-100
    And where is Kazakhstan recourse )))

    It would have refrained. In fact, there was Nazarbayev’s unequivocal opinion about the referendum as fully reflecting the will and desire of the Crimean population, to which Kazakhstan has already managed to get a note of protest from the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry.
    1. Gennady1973
      Gennady1973 27 March 2014 21: 43
      0
      51064 FOR !!! TWO ++ for the question! ZIMBABWE! FUCK! Where is EVERYTHING ??? okvd? Have you heard of him ??? "One for ALL and All for one"! Or all for one .... when "friends "are silent ...
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    3. marshes
      marshes 27 March 2014 23: 20
      +1
      Quote: 51064
      It would have refrained. In fact, there was Nazarbayev’s unequivocal opinion about the referendum as fully reflecting the will and desire of the Crimean population, to which Kazakhstan has already managed to get a note of protest from the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry.

      In fact, the statement was ambiguous. Secondly, the GDP talked with the National Academy of Sciences on the phone today, they probably discussed how they would vote, but on the night of March 26-27, a missile launched from the Russian Federation fell in a WKO, 300 meters from the village, by pure chance no one was hurt. and a topic for conversation.
      http://www.uralskweek.kz/2014/03/27/v-zko-ryadom-s-poselkom-upala-rossijskaya-ra
      keta /
      1. Deniska
        Deniska April 2 2014 15: 19
        0
        Quote: 51064
        It would have refrained. In fact, there was Nazarbayev’s unequivocal opinion about the referendum as fully reflecting the will and desire of the Crimean population, to which Kazakhstan has already managed to get a note of protest from the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry.
        In fact, the statement was ambiguous. Secondly, the GDP talked with the National Academy of Sciences on the phone today, they probably discussed how they would vote, but on the night of March 26-27, a missile launched from the Russian Federation fell in a WKO, 300 meters from the village, by pure chance no one was hurt. and a topic for conversation.
        http://www.uralskweek.kz/2014/03/27/v-zko-ryadom-s-poselkom-upala-rossijskaya-ra

        keta /


        Well, of course, it threatened the Russian Federation .... There is nothing to think ... lol
  • psyholirik
    psyholirik 27 March 2014 21: 35
    +8
    This proves once again that the Russians are alone against universal evil under the name of world capital, but in principle we are not used to it, remember 1941 and remember 1812, the most interesting thing is that they dug such a hole with their policies and there are very few left and they will end up in it, and we help a little bit smile
  • konvalval
    konvalval 27 March 2014 21: 35
    +3
    Quote: Egoza
    We had the UN in mind! wink

    And far and for a long time!
  • Chicot 1
    Chicot 1 27 March 2014 21: 35
    +23
    Yes, spit ... They’ve already laid so many times with this device on this UN that it’s not important anymore - once less, once more ...
    Now to see the time has come and it is our turn to lay ...

    And this is kag-ba about sanctions ...
  • Sledgehammer
    Sledgehammer 27 March 2014 21: 36
    +8
    Nothing stunning happened, another attempt at pressure.
    Germany has already refused to continue building up sanctions,
    they don’t want to lose money. Just wait when it comes to them that their
    Russia’s opinion is no longer interesting and it may be so in the future.
  • Tra-ta-ta
    Tra-ta-ta 27 March 2014 21: 36
    +3
    If the referendum is held in accordance with the norms of international law, then do not give a damn - who is there and for what voted at the UN ...
    And it is not clear how this issue arose on the agenda for discussion and voting at the UN? Maybe Vitaly Churkin will explain the procedure for this procedure. Why has Russia not blocked this topic?
    And so tomorrow they generally vote for the fact that Russia does not exist at all ...
    1. Penzyac
      Penzyac 28 March 2014 00: 29
      +1
      Quote: Tra-ta-ta
      If the referendum is held in accordance with the norms of international law, then do not give a damn - who is there and for what voted at the UN ...
      ...


      So that's why everyone voted that no one is actually going to implement this resolution, a complete profanity of US support. International law, de facto, since the time of US operations in Grenada and Panama is not worth the paper on which it is written. The West understands only the law of power. Would not regret him about it!
  • Wellych
    Wellych 27 March 2014 21: 36
    +6
    well, Crimeans, sprinkling ashes on their heads, realizing the illegality of their choice, wandered off to surrender back to Ukraine. / sarc
  • Kurdalagon
    Kurdalagon 27 March 2014 21: 36
    +14
    But this is serious:
    Permanent Representative of Russia to the UN Vitaly Churkin said that sniping during the riots in Kiev was conducted from the building where the headquarters of the US embassy was operating.

    Original article: http://russian.rt.com/article/25588#ixzz2xBZc3Z8T
  • Gayver
    Gayver 27 March 2014 21: 38
    -5
    If the world is against us, then we do not need it and must be destroyed!
    1. ia-ai00
      ia-ai00 27 March 2014 22: 06
      0
      Why?
      Let, "swarm" ...
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    3. kostyan77708
      kostyan77708 28 March 2014 07: 16
      0
      correction - the western world !!
  • fktrcfylhn61
    fktrcfylhn61 27 March 2014 21: 38
    +9
    But this assembly would not go to the member !!! Let their homosexuals inflate their rights! And in general, to finish the whole homosexual on PARASH !!!! Just imagine: pederasts and lesbians from European Sodom or Gomori teach us the mind! Urgently raise the iron curtain, literally! And betray them all to the cleansing fire !!! These perverts, still banderlog contagious, buggers in the Ukrainian government! Isn’t too normal humanity tolerant of demons in the flesh! After all, if this infection is so spreading, the delay in death is similar!
  • Vita_vko
    Vita_vko 27 March 2014 21: 39
    +7
    How else. 100 states do not want to be next after Yugoslavia, Libya, Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria. An obvious indicator that for most states their own security is more expensive than conscience and there is nothing surprising here.
    1. Gvozdovsky
      Gvozdovsky 27 March 2014 21: 56
      +6
      It also confirms once again that "Russia has no allies except its army and navy"!
      1. Viktor.N.Aleksandrov.
        Viktor.N.Aleksandrov. 27 March 2014 22: 09
        +6
        But now there is a list of states to which we can always show a three-finger figure if we are contacted with any request.
        1. Ship
          Ship 27 March 2014 23: 24
          +1
          and be friends with these 11)
          in fact, this is garbage voting) there will be referenda so often) and no matter how they vote it will not save them)
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    2. Ihrek
      Ihrek 27 March 2014 21: 59
      +1
      No matter how they lick Uncle Sam's backside, it will happen anyway if it is profitable for her and if Russia does not get in their way. For Russia to stand in their way, it must be even stronger than it is now, the world must realize this.
  • Alexgs
    Alexgs 27 March 2014 21: 39
    +8
    Oh, one more "Heavenly Hundred" .... Blessed ones ... It's not even interesting to deal with them, everything is so predictable.
  • svp67
    svp67 27 March 2014 21: 39
    +6
    It's a shame, but ... we survive.
    One hundred states opposed the Crimean referendum

    "Whatever the children amuse themselves with, if only they themselves go to the potty ..."
  • erased
    erased 27 March 2014 21: 39
    +9


    No comment, but with a hint.
  • Russ69
    Russ69 27 March 2014 21: 40
    +8
    Ah, do not care for this assembly? All these decisions have no legal force, only advisory in nature. At one time, the same thing happened with South Ossetia and Abkhazia ...
  • wanderer
    wanderer 27 March 2014 21: 41
    +12
    Bunch ... Here I am Vax ...
  • VeteranS
    VeteranS 27 March 2014 21: 41
    +5
    This resolution has no legal significance, and taking into account the "abstaining" 58 + "11 against", this is a normal result, the more the world's largest BRICS countries abstained.
    On the other hand, we will now know who is who in their real policy towards Russia. I am sure that in half a year, if such a vote had taken place, the picture would have been the opposite .... There is only one way out: “Trust in God and don’t make a mistake yourself! God, save Russia and Holy Russia!
  • Humpty
    Humpty 27 March 2014 21: 42
    +13
    I’m glad that the Old Man didn’t let us down. With other friends it’s more or less clear what’s what.
    1. builder
      builder 27 March 2014 22: 00
      +7
      Lukashenko well done.
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  • PATRIOT 13
    PATRIOT 13 27 March 2014 21: 44
    +4
    YES AND PUT ON EVERYONE!) The world of prostitution is because it is flourishing .. nothing .. good fruits will appear, all prostitution will turn over to our side .. for the essence of them is to give those who are stronger .. UN-puppet of the Federal Reserve and world government. .what to talk with them at all ..
    1. Yeraz
      Yeraz 27 March 2014 22: 04
      +1
      Quote: PATRIOT 13
      the world of prostitution because it flourishes ... nothing .. good fruits will appear, all prostitution will be switched to our side .. for they have such an essence, to give to those who are stronger ..

      Yes, what does prostitution have to do with why Azerbaijan should vote when there is Karabakh, because Kosovo was not recognized either. Everyone has their own reasons. What did Russia do like cool? She herself took up the mine launched by the Americans giving independence to Kosovo. Having such a motley nation. the composition and shouting about the self-determination of peoples is a very dangerous trend, because in the future they may present.
      The trouble is that Russia is not creating a new situation or a new order, it is copying the projects launched by the West, saying that they can, but we don’t ?? Well, the fact that this is done specifically and will lead to big problems in the future does not bother anyone .
      1. Viktor.N.Aleksandrov.
        Viktor.N.Aleksandrov. 27 March 2014 22: 15
        +1
        It's hard to come up with something new now. Everything that is happening now and will still be, has already been in the past. And whether or not there will be any problems in the future will depend only on whether Russia is strong enough to prevent their occurrence. (Sorry for the "will, will"
      2. stalkerwalker
        stalkerwalker 27 March 2014 23: 01
        +1
        Quote: Yeraz
        The trouble is that Russia does not create a new situation or a new order, it copies the projects launched by the West

        Not really ... If not at all ...
        In American jurisprudence, there is the principle of "precedent". So Russia does not copy, but USES amerovskoy rhetoric against them.
    2. Penzyac
      Penzyac 28 March 2014 00: 43
      0
      Quote: PATRIOT 13
      YES AND PUT ON EVERYONE!) The world of prostitution is because it is flourishing .. nothing .. good fruits will appear, all prostitution will turn over to our side .. for the essence of them is to give those who are stronger .. UN-puppet of the Federal Reserve and world government. .what to talk with them at all ..


      Why to prostitutes? Are we preoccupied pimples that girls don't give?
  • Ihrek
    Ihrek 27 March 2014 21: 44
    +7
    Everything is clear with Serbia, they dream of bringing Kosovo back, which will never happen, at least without a strong Russia. Well, where did the brothers "rabbits" go by the nickname Bulgarians, or they are brothers to us when we need to free them from the Turkish yoke. You look at such a pace that they will go to war against us as a member of NATO.
    1. Yeraz
      Yeraz 27 March 2014 22: 05
      0
      Quote: Jamal1974
      Well, where did the brothers "rabbits" go by the nickname Bulgarians, or they are brothers to us when we need to free them from the Turkish yoke. You look at this pace and they will go to war against us as a member of NATO.

      I don’t understand your surprise about the brothers from the Balkans, they have been doing this for a long time, this is not the first time.
      1. jktu66
        jktu66 28 March 2014 00: 30
        +1
        You do not need all to fit one comb. The Bulgarians, or rather the Bulgarian government, were against Russia in both 1MB and 2MB.
    2. Deadmen
      Deadmen 27 March 2014 22: 14
      +3
      The people themselves there still remember the liberation. There is a documentary film "Russian Cross in the Balkans" The reason is the eternal betrayal of the Bulgarians in the government. Anti-Russian politicians come to power all the time.
      1. smurnoi
        smurnoi 28 March 2014 00: 36
        0
        In elections, they come to power. Without the support of society they would not have come. And they only have a brotherhood when our troops appear there.
    3. Viktor.N.Aleksandrov.
      Viktor.N.Aleksandrov. 27 March 2014 22: 17
      +6
      This is not the first time that Bulgaria has supported the Nazis.
  • shelva
    shelva 27 March 2014 21: 45
    +4
    Quote: pvv113
    So it was determined the exact number of prostitutes in world politics, licking ass Uncle Sam

    It was determined that the UN is this very prostitute, along with the Security Council. It has long been understood.
    1. rasputin17
      rasputin17 28 March 2014 07: 35
      0
      But how can she not be a stone creature of those on whose land she lives and from whose hands she eats !!!