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Russia must discourage the Western habit of rude, including sanctions

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Russia must discourage the Western habit of rude, including sanctionsRepresentatives of the "Big Seven" after the summit in The Hague began talking about a new tightening of sanctions against Russia. The question arises - how much can it hit us?


Yes, sanctions can create problems for us, inconvenience. But in order to inflict truly significant harm, Russia must risk destabilizing the entire global economy: otherwise it simply will not work. Even Obama was forced to admit in his official address, and this is an exact fixation of the situation. And hardly, despite all the emotionality of Obama’s escapade and hysteria in the UN, either the United States representative, or Mrs Power's Pussy Riot, which for completeness only lacks frozen chicken in a causal place, the West will take such risks.

The behavior of German Chancellor Merkel, who, at the height of the Ukrainian crisis, said that she was ready to sacrifice the interests of the German economy in order to punish Russia, is very characteristic.

Representatives of the German economy did not make any statements. I think they just looked attentively and with great interest at Mrs Merkel. That was enough. Without taking a breath, she turned to 180 degrees and, speaking in the Bundesrat, rhetorically asked if his deputies wanted her to donate to the economic interests of the Germans "for the sake of our overseas friends." True, she was afraid to call Americans directly, but the reluctance to give German profits to competitors in Russia was quite obvious.

The West has no real levers of economic pressure on Russia for extremely unpleasant political reasons for Russia.

After all, a critically significant part of the current Russian establishment, the “offshore aristocracy”, has been acting in the interests of the West for the whole epoch of national betrayal (since 1987 year!) For more than a quarter of a century. As a result, the economic interaction of Russia with the countries of the West as a whole, as a rule, is monstrously unprofitable for Russia. Accordingly, the reduction of its scale is, in fact, a reduction of the scale of the robbery of Russia.

Of course, there are separate directions, where everything is different, where the West can cause us damage and at the same time not incur losses: for example, freezing the cards of some of our banks. But in such cases, the Russian Federation is obliged to respond accordingly - to freeze the accounts of American and European structures available to it.

Representatives of the G-7 agreed that the ministers of energy of these countries will develop measures to reduce dependence on Russian oil and gas supplies, on switching to alternative energy sources. However, in the current conditions it is unlikely to increase the share of alternative sources significantly. Indeed, in the European Union almost all of them are subsidized in one way or another, with the exception of solar panels and water heaters in the south and wind turbines in Holland. Everything is subsidized. In the context of the budget crisis, Europe cannot noticeably increase the costs of subsidizing alternative energy, and, accordingly, talks about increasing its share will remain talk.

What else can Europe do in the field of energy? To increase the share of gas sold on the stock exchange on futures contracts, primarily liquefied natural gas? But its prices fluctuate greatly: at first it was cheaper than Gazprom’s gas, the price of which is tied to the price of oil, and then it became noticeably more expensive. For Europeans, switching to it means to beat yourself in the only sensitive place: the wallet. This they will not do.

Another thing is that there are basic trends that are developing by themselves, regardless of the Ukrainian crisis. For example, this summer Iran enters the oil market. It will not bring down this market, but for a couple of dollars, which we are not at all superfluous, oil may become cheaper. Because of the “shale revolution”, the European Union is experiencing a coal boom: coal displaces gas, including Russian, and only a quarter of this coal is ours. And a quarter - and in general American!

Or, for example, in 2016, South Korea will complete the construction of ocean gas carriers for the United States, and the Americans will begin to export some of their shale gas. I think it is insignificant, and above all to Japan - but including to Europe. At the same time, Qatari gas, which in recent years has squeezed Gazprom’s gas, is unlikely to increase its presence in the European markets: since 2016, the development of Qatar’s new fields has been frozen, as price competition in Europe has led to almost no profit in it. The money is earned on side processes of gas purification and drainage, which provide raw materials for gas chemistry. On the other hand, the development of new fields by Norway on the Russian shelf, which Medvedev shamefully presented to it, will require a certain time and simply compensate for the decreasing capacities of old wells.

So some reduction in our gas consumption in Europe is inevitable. But it will occur due to natural causes and, most importantly, will not be critical for Russia.

What should Russia do, how should it respond to threats and the potential use of sanctions? The answer, in order to be taken seriously, must be not only asymmetrical, but also, which is very important, inadequate. If you spat on a shoe, and you spit in response to your opponent on the lapel of his jacket, then this will not result in anything but an escalation of the conflict. But if, in response to spitting, you simply “cut down” your vis-a-vis to hell, then he will remember this lesson for the rest of his life. He will not want to spit any more.

We have sufficiently intelligible reaction mechanisms, both at a symbolic level and at a very specific one.

For example, now Western clowns will not come to Sochi for the G8 summit. Well, great: they will free us with extremely scarce, high-class congress halls and the facilities that are associated with the organization of summits. What prevents us from arranging a Chinese business summit in the same areas? On which the Chinese business will share the money that American and European earn now, and tomorrow they will stop making money because of these sanctions. The process of this division, I think, will be worth it to invite representatives of embassies, business and media of the United States and the European Union countries to it as observers: they will like it.

It should be understood that the motor of the sanctions policy against Russia is a very limited circle of states: first of all it is Poland and the Baltic states. At the same time, Polish small and medium businesses are very strongly represented in Russia, and, accordingly, vulnerable. Therefore, in response to the Russophobic escapades of the European Union, it is necessary to introduce targeted, targeted sanctions specifically against Polish business. He must leave in order not to share his inhuman sufferings from communion with these monstrous, in the opinion of the Polish elite, Russians. And you will see how soon after this the Polish state will start thinking about its actions with respect to Russia.

As for the Baltic states, it is still easier here: a large business must withdraw all operations from there and reorient the transit. Let people go, let small business work, and cross-border trade is flourishing: the money that pays for Russophobia is not given to the Balts. This money will run out - and after a while the possibility of common sense will arise. Now, large Russian business in the Baltic States, in fact, is financing the information war against Russia. Is that right?

Now the USA. The scale of trade between America and Russia is insignificant, but we have a lot of serious and sensitive corporations for American politics. In addition to Boeing, it is McDonald's and other fast food chains. And by the way, their products are guaranteed to destroy the health of Russian citizens. Legal proof - a few years ago, the statement made by the head of the Czech “McDonald’s” that children can eat at restaurants of this chain once a week without damage to their health. This is, in fact, a confession, and any Onishchenko has the right to close these restaurants at any time. I think that their niches in the market, in tax payments, and in employment will quickly be occupied by their Russian counterparts, which do not destroy consumer health.

Next - pepsi-cola, coca-cola and other soft drinks with excessive sugar content, which simply destroy the metabolism of consumers. One check sanepidemstantsii or medical commission, and - goodbye! And at the same capacities, other non-American companies will be able to produce kvass, “Buratino,” Baikal ”,“ Tarkhun ”- in a word, everything that does not destroy health. And all this will not be American or Western, but domestic or Chinese, or Iranian. By the way, Iranian canned juices are so good that, from the point of view of competition, they could become independent, in addition to all atomic tantrums, a factor in imposing sanctions on Iran.

The next US vulnerability is software. All Russian bureaucracy works on Microsoft software. How do you know that there are no "bugs"? And why should we overpay ten times to use "Vindouz" when there is an open "Linux"? It is partially adapted to an unqualified user, and in order to adapt it completely, make a state order, give money, small money, and replace the Microsoft software everywhere in the state and in state companies. And note that the state-owned company using the Microsoft software will not receive any subcontracting to the state-owned companies either: enter the appropriate standard. Just start to make Russia “Microsoft”, “McDonaldSfri”, “Boeingfri” territory, and you will be surprised how sane the American leadership will be in front of our eyes!

But besides the goods, there is also the service sector.

Daughters of wonderful American banks work in Russia - for example, Citibank. Why are sanctions being applied against Russian banks, and there are no sanctions against Russian subsidiaries of Citibank? Do we have a terrorist who never used her services? Need to check. And, by the way, a few years ago, I remember, serious accusations were made in transferring customer data to third parties - no “Wikliks” are needed ...

Mr Kerry threatened to throw us out of the WTO. But he is not a good man, because he did not keep his promise. So Russia can withdraw from the WTO unilaterally. For us, nothing but monstrous losses, membership in this organization does not bear.

I saw the reaction of European businessmen to the statements of their government about the need to impose sanctions against Russia. “We have learned how to make money, and now you want to waste the results of our twenty years of work? Maybe it would be cheaper for us to start a new government? ”They, of course, did not say these words, but the meaning of their statements was exactly that.

You do not need to engage in hats and radically change the rules of the game. But the West must be made clear that any of its actions, especially inadequate, will not remain unanswered. For example, Mr. Churkin came to communicate at the UN General Assembly with Mrs. Samantha Power without chicken ice cream, which seems to me a manifestation of good education. It seems that if Churkin, under cameras, in response to her hysteria, would have offered her a chicken carcass and offered to use her as the idols of Mrs. Power from Pussy Riot did in a sensational public rally, then all Russian-American relations would significantly improve: Americans would understand that we can and are ready to talk to them in their language, and would behave more decently.
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  1. il2.chewie
    il2.chewie 31 March 2014 19: 15
    +60
    We ourselves gave them the opportunity to put pressure on us. Almost everything that remained of the USSR was somehow overbought by the bourgeoisie. In our territory, a garbage dump was arranged to drain all kinds of makdonaldokokakolnogo mash.
    That little that works either belongs to or in a share of the west.
    Now there is a good chance for domestic manufacturers to rise, you just need to make them not cut their coupons and work, remember the Soviet school of quality. Quality is paramount, not profit. Read Marx

    And they will push - we just nationalize everything. They paid us the Crimea, they will also give their assets in Russia
    1. platitsyn70
      platitsyn70 31 March 2014 19: 22
      +16
      Madame Merkel, having worked out the money of the USA, she went to bed with a calm soul.
      1. platitsyn70
        platitsyn70 31 March 2014 19: 27
        +6
        Representatives of the GXNUMX agreed that the energy ministers of these countries will develop measures to reduce dependence on Russian oil and gas supplies, and to switch to alternative energy sources
        Frau Merkel obliged everyone to fart only in the areas designated for this purpose, the resulting az will be sent to the benefit of Germany.
        1. platitsyn70
          platitsyn70 31 March 2014 19: 40
          +4
          On average, a person produces half a liter of gastrointestinal gas per day, while releasing gas 14 times a day.
          Germany’s population 80 million people we multiply by 000 liters we get 000 million liters of gas per day 0,5 thousand cubic meters less than 20% and here the Germans were not lucky.
          1. elmi
            elmi 31 March 2014 21: 53
            +6
            It must be understood that the engine of the sanctions policy against Russia is a very limited circle of states: first of all, Poland and the Baltic states. At the same time, Polish small and medium-sized businesses are very strongly represented in Russia - and, accordingly, vulnerable. Therefore, in response to the Russophobic escapades of the European Union, it is necessary to introduce targeted, targeted sanctions specifically against Polish business. He must leave so as not to prolong his inhuman suffering from communicating with these monstrous, according to the Polish elite, Russians. And you will see how quickly after this the Polish state will begin to ponder its actions in relation to Russia.

            It is high time to "educate" them with sanctions. I am surprised that at the expense of us they make money, make fortunes and at the same time harm us in every possible way. We have unlimited patience if we don't notice such chaos, Hollywood churns out films where we are exposed as idiots, terrorists, you can list it for a long time and collects millions of profits from the box office in Russia !!! and we watch their films thereby giving them a profit, it's time to introduce censorship - if the film is anti-Russian, then a ban on distribution in Russia, you see, we will teach Hollywood to take our interests into account, because they have a lot of money from Russia. They apparently do not know the proverb - Do not spit into the well from which you drink.
            1. hrych
              hrych 31 March 2014 23: 12
              +17
              And in the meantime:
              The US will pay Russia $ 70.7 million for every Soyuz missile flight the US needs.
              This happened against the backdrop of statements by US President Barack Obama about plans to tighten sanitation against the Russian Federation for its actions in Ukraine and Crimea.
              But if the Russian Federation refuses to work with NASA (despite the fact that the volume of private launches does not provide the American space program even by a quarter) - for the USA, in fact, the window into space will close. Moreover, all rocket engines on all their own civilian carriers NASA are designed and made in KB them. Khrunicheva.
              So, thinking about sanctions or threatening them with the USA, one should not forget that one truly wrong move - and about space for the next 10 years, America can only nostalgia and masturbate.
              1. SVT
                SVT April 1 2014 05: 02
                +6
                people, do not give a fever, they will not forget anything about space, yes they use our engines, but they scored enough to support their space program until 2018, we are so proud to block space for them, and so what? the revenues of our enterprises will fall, do you think that it’s better to assemble 10 engines a year for themselves or 20 engines, also for them, the load on the enterprise increases, workers do not lose their skills, they work, but in 10 years, when the Americans finally lose and factories and design engineers, then, then ... you can threaten them with this, and we’ll just launch their program to create engines, but they can do them, before flying into space, flying, now they can spite us , stop acquiring engines. Sanctions are a double-edged weapon.
                1. CALL.
                  CALL. April 1 2014 11: 20
                  +5
                  Quote: Svt
                  before flying into space, flying, now they can spite us, stop acquiring engines

                  Americans around the world lie that 40 years ago, the German designer von Braun created 1-ton F-600 engines for them and on five such engines their Saturn-5 rocket delivered the Americans to the moon. If this is true, then today American rockets should have liquid-propellant engines — modifications of that F-1 engine with a thrust of at least 1000 tons. But in fact, on what engines do American missiles fly today? Their space shuttle ship has three hydrogen engines, each with a thrust of just 180 tons. But do they really have no more powerful engines today? There is. Atlas rockets are equipped with RD-180 engines operating on cheap and safe kerosene; these engines have a thrust of 390 tons. But the RD-180 engine is just a modified half of the four-chamber RD-170 engine with a thrust of 740 tons, created in the Soviet Union back in 1981. Thus, today in the United States the most powerful engine for missiles is the Soviet RD-180 engine with a thrust of 390 tons, which Russia still sells to America, and America itself has not only an engine of 1000 tons, but 200 tons so far not. And we must believe that the Americans 40 years ago, having created an engine with a thrust of 600 tons, won the space race against the USSR and flew to the moon? How then to respect yourself?
                2. aleks 62
                  aleks 62 April 1 2014 11: 24
                  +1
                  For some reason, they cannot even repeat the engines of Wernher von Braun (rocket "Saturn") ...
                3. demon184
                  demon184 April 1 2014 12: 47
                  0
                  The United States has problems with engines, otherwise their congress would have long been forbidden to buy.
            2. demon184
              demon184 April 1 2014 12: 45
              +1
              West bites the hand that feeds him
          2. Weniamin
            Weniamin April 1 2014 05: 41
            +1
            Well, productivity can be increased with pea soup.
          3. aleks 62
            aleks 62 April 1 2014 11: 22
            +1
            ... It does not burn ... It is not methane ... In general, the average rate of 2,5-3 liters per day (doctors say) ...
      2. Rus2012
        Rus2012 31 March 2014 19: 33
        +11
        Quote: platitsyn70
        Madame Merkel, having worked out the money of the USA, she went to bed with a calm soul.

        ... it's a little bit wrong here.
        She worked out loyalty to the states on the points of the ChancellorPact ...

        Those. The Federal Republic of Germany is not sovereign, each time after the election of a new chancellor, they are called up by the foreign regional committee on the carpet and showing this notorious document, it forces the newly-made chancellor to sign that he is acquainted and will follow what is written.
        Validity -99 years. The countdown is from 1945 year.
        1. Vitaly Anisimov
          Vitaly Anisimov 31 March 2014 19: 46
          +19
          The West does not have real levers of economic pressure on Russia for extremely unpleasant for us political reasons.
          Until the Russian Army and especially the Fleet are restored at least to the average level of the USSR ...to repulse the pernicious habit of being rude to us from the West, including through sanctions Until it works out! Although the money invested and plans for the modernization and re-equipment of the Army and Navy are already bearing fruit ..! What is happening now (Russia snarls) is in our favor .. And a good lesson for the future! So men think everything is going well .. Difficulties always come to our advantage .. (they open eyes to many things .. and unite)
          1. domokl
            domokl 31 March 2014 20: 26
            +10
            Quote: MIKHAN

            Until the Russian Army and especially the Fleet are restored at least to the average level of the USSR ... to discourage the West from our addiction to be rude to us, including through sanctions

            How much can you beat off with soldiers' lives? It’s nice, of course, sitting in a soft chair to smash the enemy by knocking on the clave. But .. Why pour human blood when you can just block the opportunity to live at our expense? And the author is right, we have many opportunities.
          2. matross
            matross 31 March 2014 20: 40
            +9
            Quote: MIKHAN
            Until the Russian Army and especially the Fleet are restored at least to the average level of the USSR ... to repel the addiction to the West to be rude to us, including sanctions Until it works out!

            I do not agree with you! The United States will not go with us to a direct military conflict without threatening its own security! Even with the current balance of power! You have to be meaner and bolder. Choking us with sanctions will not work. The standard of living may fall for several years - the society, I think, is ready to tolerate. Otherwise, we will win and gain many allies.
            1. DS14
              DS14 31 March 2014 21: 11
              +1
              Quote: matRoss
              The standard of living may fall for several years - the society, I think, is ready to tolerate.

              But Fedorov believes that our society, alas, does not yet demonstrate its readiness to go to the victorious end:

              1. Dilshat
                Dilshat 31 March 2014 22: 22
                +7
                Fedorov is a man of Chubais. But he seems to be saying the right thing! He constantly presses on the betrayal of the people, as if always only one people decided their fate. NLP applies to the campaign. Not always the street decides. In France, a couple of thousand gays marched for blue marriages and adoption of children by them. And the laws were passed. But when millions of normal Frenchmen marched against their laws, they were completely ignored by their government and the media.
              2. VseDoFeNi
                VseDoFeNi April 1 2014 06: 27
                +2
                A very "slimy tipcheg" this Fedorov.
              3. krpmlws
                krpmlws April 1 2014 07: 03
                +4
                Fedorov sings an old song that in Russia: a good king, bad boyars and slave people. The authorship of this song is obviously the fifth column. That's somehow. This is E. Fedorov, an agent of Western influence. These types are good to know in person, so that later, when the time comes, and it comes, then all of them with a filthy broom ...
                1. DS14
                  DS14 April 1 2014 13: 22
                  +1
                  Fedorov - CIA agent! fifth column! alarmist! Comrades, you have to eat! But it seems to me suspicious that immediately after the imposition of sanctions against the oligarchs from Putin's circle (Rotenberg, Timchenko, etc.) they began to merge the Southeast and are ready to talk with the Bandera government. This is despite the fact that it is still unknown who is on the secret list and how they influence the course of events. And in the video, Fedorov says something about this!
            2. Andrey Yuryevich
              Andrey Yuryevich April 1 2014 05: 45
              +3
              Quote: matRoss
              Quote: MIKHAN
              Until the Russian Army and especially the Fleet are restored at least to the average level of the USSR ... to repel the addiction to the West to be rude to us, including sanctions Until it works out!

              I do not agree with you! The United States will not go with us to a direct military conflict without threatening its own security! Even with the current balance of power! You have to be meaner and bolder. Choking us with sanctions will not work. The standard of living may fall for several years - the society, I think, is ready to tolerate. Otherwise, we will win and gain many allies.

              Yes, the states, even toward North Korea, only spit, and climb there - o.ch.ko shakes! Here is the fact of the presence of Ya. O. ....
            3. Demon0n
              Demon0n April 1 2014 17: 09
              0
              matross

              ... will not go for direct aggression against Russia ... That will be more accurate.
              Most modern conflicts take place on the territory of 3 countries and by the hands of 3 countries (... including resources for conflicts of various types ...).
              However, the use of military force in modern conditions is not necessary. As a rule, a hypothetical opportunity to use military force is enough (will it be a regular army or something else ...). In this case, the effectiveness of the hypothetical application is a decisive factor in the weight of the argument: it is one thing to get stuck with an unpredictable result (and providing not optimal damage), it is completely different to crush like a cockroach ... This, to a certain extent, makes it possible to influence domestic and foreign policy of 3 states.
              As for military power, then, based on the above, it plays a certain role. It is impossible to place all bets only on nuclear weapons (by the way, this is the most striking example of the sufficiency of a hypothetical threat / possibility of using military force). This is also due to the fact that the use of any political instruments (including military force, depending on the "type of military force") has its consequences.
              In particular, the threat of the use of military force does not give some states an alternative ...
              So, I have to disagree with you ... A powerful army is a fairly effective political tool, even if it will never be used for its intended purpose, and this is an instrument of not only threats, but also certain guarantees.
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          3. infinite silence ...
            infinite silence ... 31 March 2014 21: 36
            +23
            Be silent, shameful Europe and do not shake your rights! You are just an ass in Russia, but you think that your head! F.I. Tyutchev ... (1867)
          4. Lelek
            Lelek April 1 2014 01: 21
            +2
            I am reminded of an anecdote. Arriving home early, the husband finds his wife in one dressing gown, and bare hairy legs stick out from under the blanket in bed. With great severity on his face, the husband hoarsely asks: "How to understand this?" To which the wife replies: "Well, you know, if it weren't for those legs, there wouldn't be this apartment, your job and your new car." A husband with bloodshot eyes barks: "The last time I ask is how to understand this? After all, a person can freeze. Cover his legs and let's have dinner." Morality is old - Whoever pays a girl plays her (I'm talking about our sworn friends). bully
          5. demon184
            demon184 April 1 2014 12: 49
            +1
            First of all, it is necessary to create a self-sufficient economy.
            1. Basarev
              Basarev April 1 2014 18: 31
              0
              I completely agree! We must absolutely get rid of imports, with one hint of imports to kick out of the country. Yes, the first five years will be difficult, but this is a purely temporary effect.
        2. platitsyn70
          platitsyn70 31 March 2014 19: 54
          +1
          Those. The Federal Republic of Germany is not sovereign, each time after the election of a new chancellor, they are called up by the foreign regional committee on the carpet and showing this notorious document, it forces the newly-made chancellor to sign that he is acquainted and will follow what is written.
          Validity -99 years. The countdown is from 1945 year.
          it's the same thing, the contract was signed for fin. US help Germany after the war. The United States once gave money, but the Germans still work out.
          1. Penzyac
            Penzyac 31 March 2014 22: 07
            0
            Quote: platitsyn70
            Those. The Federal Republic of Germany is not sovereign, each time after the election of a new chancellor, they are called up by the foreign regional committee on the carpet and showing this notorious document, it forces the newly-made chancellor to sign that he is acquainted and will follow what is written.
            Validity -99 years. The countdown is from 1945 year.
            it's the same thing, the contract was signed for fin. US help Germany after the war. The United States once gave money, but the Germans still work out.


            In my opinion, they have already worked with a vengeance, let the US try to pay off its debts - definitely, default and the end of the "hegemon's" ambitions.
        3. schizophrenic
          schizophrenic 31 March 2014 19: 56
          +3
          Quote: Rus2012
          Validity -99 years. The countdown is from 1945 year.

          One may ask, Germany should report only to America or have forgotten about Russia.
          1. Penzyac
            Penzyac 31 March 2014 22: 10
            +1
            Quote: schizophrenic
            Quote: Rus2012
            Validity -99 years. The countdown is from 1945 year.

            One may ask, Germany should report only to America or have forgotten about Russia.


            By the way, yes, an interesting question.
            1. schizophrenic
              schizophrenic 31 March 2014 22: 39
              0
              Quote: PENZYAC
              By the way, yes, an interesting question.

              It seems that this issue should be raised at the governmental level and let Merkel explain what kind of pact with America it will be very interesting to hear. laughing
        4. Cherdak
          Cherdak 31 March 2014 21: 30
          +3
          Quote: Rus2012
          Validity -99 years. The countdown is from 1945 year.


          From the book of General Gerd-Helmut Komossa “The German Map. Hidden game of secret services. "
          On May 21, 1949, the United States signed a secret state treaty with the provisional government of Germany, which stipulates the conditions of state "sovereignty" of the Federal Republic of Germany for the period until 2099 (!). The defeated Germans are prescribed three mandatory conditions:
          1. Each new Chancellor of Germany is required to sign the so-called Chancellor in the United States. What is hidden in this top-secret document is unknown. However, this is not difficult to guess in the context of the other two conditions and the fact of the existence of both a secret state agreement and an additional chancellor.
          2. The United States exercises full control over the German media: radio and television, print media (newspapers, magazines, publishing houses), as well as film production, theater, music, school programs, curricula, etc.
          3. The United States continues to “store” the entire state gold reserve of Germany in American vaults.
          1. Vasyan1971
            Vasyan1971 April 1 2014 00: 48
            0
            That is probably why the Yusovtsy believe that they won in the 2nd World War.
        5. Penzyac
          Penzyac 31 March 2014 21: 50
          +1
          Quote: Rus2012
          Quote: platitsyn70
          Madame Merkel, having worked out the money of the USA, she went to bed with a calm soul.

          ... it's a little bit wrong here.
          She worked out loyalty to the states on the points of the ChancellorPact ...

          Those. The Federal Republic of Germany is not sovereign, each time after the election of a new chancellor, they are called up by the foreign regional committee on the carpet and showing this notorious document, it forces the newly-made chancellor to sign that he is acquainted and will follow what is written.
          Validity -99 years. The countdown is from 1945 year.


          Probably, I may seem like a science fiction, but wouldn’t we suggest Frau Merkel conclude a separate pact on the formation of a defensive alliance between the Russian Federation and the Federal Republic of Germany to protect against the actions of third countries that threaten their sovereignty and independence. This pact must be kept secret until such threats arise or until one of its participants violates the terms of the said pact. Then the FRG could relatively painlessly break the notorious Chancellor Pact and liquidate American military bases (those that it considers necessary, at least all) on its territory, especially with nuclear weapons, i.e. become a de facto sovereign country. In this case, a real Moscow-Berlin axis would be formed against which neither the United States nor NATO would dare to take any real action, and the United States would automatically lose even the illusions of world hegemony.
          1. matross
            matross 31 March 2014 22: 51
            +1
            Quote: PENZYAC
            real axis Moscow-Berlin

            There was already such a topic in 30's. Humiliated Germany and Russia gaining strength. Kh.enovo it was all over ...
      3. VAF
        VAF 31 March 2014 20: 12
        +6
        Quote: platitsyn70
        Madame Merkel, having worked out the money of the USA, she went to bed with a calm soul.


        This is how it should have been .. if the guys from Siemens and Volkswagen did not "come" to Mrs. Mackerel hi and ...... something at Madame Mackerel and the walker even changed and looked at his face .. not to mention rhetoric in his speeches wassat
        And after the speeches of the former Chancellor Mr. Schmidt good .time to Madame Mackerel .. to retire wassat

        The same thing with the banana ... only there Boeing "came" (and especially after the news that the bus with China had signed a fucking contract), and so he came and hinted that ... and now Kerry urgently flies to Lavrov and ..we agree to a federal structure and we generally agree, etc. etc. wassat
        1. Samaritan
          Samaritan 31 March 2014 20: 23
          +3
          Our "nemchura" wants to buy a site for the construction of a plant ... And since February they have been pulling the cat for all the details ... they say they need to wait a little, because THEY are afraid of sanctions)))
          1. Penzyac
            Penzyac 31 March 2014 22: 13
            0
            Quote: Samaritan
            Our "nemchura" wants to buy a site for the construction of a plant ... And since February they have been pulling the cat for all the details ... they say they need to wait a little, because THEY are afraid of sanctions)))


            And ask them whose sanctions are they more afraid of?
            1. Samaritan
              Samaritan 31 March 2014 22: 46
              0
              Quote: PENZYAC
              Quote: Samaritan
              Our "nemchura" wants to buy a site for the construction of a plant ... And since February they have been pulling the cat for all the details ... they say they need to wait a little, because THEY are afraid of sanctions)))


              And ask them whose sanctions are they more afraid of?

              Yes, we are already kidding them, they sadly smile and sigh, but they pull the cat for all the details))))
        2. schizophrenic
          schizophrenic 31 March 2014 22: 05
          0
          Seem to be
          Quote: PENZYAC
          Berlin against which neither the United States nor NATO would dare to take any real action, and the United States would automatically lose even the illusions of world hegemony.

          It seems that we must raise all the agreements with Germany and the GDR where the conditions for the stay of our troops were prescribed.
      4. domokl
        domokl 31 March 2014 20: 22
        +3
        Quickly stood next to the author lol It also seems to me that it would be time to calm down the West already ... Of course, the quiet policy itself is also nothing, but ... I really want to hook the clowns with a claw once.
      5. datur
        datur 31 March 2014 20: 35
        +2
        [quote = platitsyn70] Madame Merkel having worked out the money of the USA with a calm soul she went to sleep-- but the GDR did not give her peace !!! No.
      6. Geisenberg
        Geisenberg 31 March 2014 23: 17
        0
        Quote: platitsyn70
        Madame Merkel, having worked out the money of the USA, she went to bed with a calm soul.


        Apparently, she does not go to bed without a bucket enema. And who after an enema will sleep peacefully ???
    2. Stalnov I.P.
      Stalnov I.P. 31 March 2014 22: 04
      +3
      Now there is a saying among the people after Russia’s exit from 8, the United States and their six are left in it, but seriously, first of all, to restore our economy and all the talk that we live in a world of globalization is evil, we have to do everything at home , everything may not be in full, but in the event of any situation, it was possible to quickly rebuild the economy and increase output and there are such options, you need to do this. Our government should work without looking at America and Europe, enough to live to the tune of the West, which we already understand as a friend, only on our own, and with regard to sanctions we need to beat our economies, prohibit all types of meat from the United States, their producers will tear out ham their president and his government, oh how they do not like it, to beat thoughtfully, deliberately and cruelly, the only way.
    3. Dilshat
      Dilshat 31 March 2014 22: 10
      0
      Yes, they didn’t pay us any damn. Ukraine is still in their power. The Crimea is only 2 million people against 40 million Ukraine, forgive the Crimeans. Ukraine has yet to defend.
    4. Siberian19
      Siberian19 31 March 2014 22: 38
      +2
      what the West is silent about!
      1. Sergey Vl.
        Sergey Vl. April 1 2014 00: 20
        0
        Where there is Grushevsky, "ancient Ukrainian"!
    5. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich April 1 2014 05: 42
      +1
      The next US vulnerability is software. The entire Russian bureaucracy runs on Microsoft software. How do you know that there are no "bugs"? good extremely interesting thought! somehow I didn’t think about it, and it’s true, the "brains" could float to the west and on assignment ... lol
    6. Duelist
      Duelist April 1 2014 11: 08
      0
      Bravo! The author is OUR people!
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  2. Des10
    Des10 31 March 2014 19: 16
    +8
    I put the PLUS article without even reading. Only for the title!
    Now read wink .
    ... read it. I agree - they would also be in the face! A separate conversation with the singers.
  3. waisson
    waisson 31 March 2014 19: 18
    +40
    let them remember
    1. waisson
      waisson 31 March 2014 19: 22
      +21
      and let the Americans shut up, or else Alaska will be Crimea
      1. Penzyac
        Penzyac 31 March 2014 22: 15
        +1
        Quote: waisson
        and let the Americans shut up, or else Alaska will be Crimea


        Ice Crimea ... hi
      2. podpolkovnik
        podpolkovnik April 1 2014 15: 34
        +2
        Quote: waisson
        and let the Americans shut up, or else Alaska will be Crimea


        Hanging on the wall of a house on 11-th Avenue of Manhattan:
    2. waisson
      waisson 31 March 2014 19: 35
      +18
      here is another quote
    3. maroder555
      maroder555 31 March 2014 20: 24
      +4
      Golden words in both pictures ..... although, perhaps, the enemy ..... clearly knows what he says ...
      1. vadson
        vadson 31 March 2014 21: 49
        0
        enemies like war worthy of respect
    4. Val_y
      Val_y April 1 2014 02: 23
      +1
      It is clearly stated, it is necessary to read Sadulayev, this is from the category "They spat on your leg, you knocked out your counterpart with a blow to the jaw with this foot" angry laughing
  4. andrei332809
    andrei332809 31 March 2014 19: 22
    +5
    yeah ... time, time instead of words, just beat the muzzle. maybe to send all these international talking rooms to Valuev?
    1. kolobok63
      kolobok63 31 March 2014 19: 47
      +3
      It would look especially good against the background of Mr. Merkel.
      1. TEODOR
        TEODOR 31 March 2014 22: 05
        +4
        Yes, sanctions can create problems for us, inconvenience. But in order to cause truly significant harm to Russia, one must risk the destabilization of the entire world economy

        5 ECONOMY OF THE WORLD is not for you here. Late we realized that we would have another 2-3 years. We don’t pull out if we tighten the straps, become ants, but these s.k. will first die of hunger. 10 hundred square meters is there, no matter how long we’ve stretched it, didn’t you forget how they gave land for potatoes in the nineties? In Europe and in the USA they have long believed that potatoes grow in supermarkets. Yes, I’ll dig out my cellar from under the pile of crap outside the garages you bitch. and drank the fact that we ate buckets for 10 years.
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    2. Jogan-xnumx
      Jogan-xnumx 31 March 2014 22: 43
      +8
      Quote: andrei332809
      yeah ... time, time instead of words, just beat the muzzle. maybe to send all these international talking rooms to Valuev?

      Why, a good idea! good Filling the face in fair fight is still more worthy than shitting from around the corner ...
    3. GRANATE-19
      GRANATE-19 April 1 2014 01: 01
      0
      Quote: andrei332809
      yeah ... time, time instead of words, just beat the muzzle. maybe to send all these international talking rooms to Valuev?

      Together with Karelin A.A. Sincerely, I express my humble opinion.
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  5. pogis
    pogis 31 March 2014 19: 24
    +4
    I really hope that everything will change soon, the moment is right!
  6. parus2nik
    parus2nik 31 March 2014 19: 27
    +2
    I sometimes get the impression that events in Ukraine were started so that the G8 meeting in Sochi, chaired by Russia, would not take place .. smile In the bastard just became ..
  7. ia-ai00
    ia-ai00 31 March 2014 19: 27
    +9
    Mr. Kerry threatened to throw us out of the WTO. But he is not a good person, because he did not keep his promise. So Russia can withdraw from the WTO unilaterally

    Russia's exit from the WTO would be a GOOD for the country.
    The WTO is the most powerful LEVER of pressure on Russia from the United States and GayRopes in all vital aspects of the country's interests.
    1. Arhj
      Arhj 31 March 2014 21: 03
      +7
      I agree completely. It is necessary to create its own WTO, and it is terribly illogical when the seventh of the land is trying to dictate conditions by countries that are indicated by a number on the map, but they are not visible at all on the globe or there was not enough space.
    2. Penzyac
      Penzyac 31 March 2014 22: 47
      0
      Quote: ia-ai00
      Mr. Kerry threatened to throw us out of the WTO. But he is not a good person, because he did not keep his promise. So Russia can withdraw from the WTO unilaterally

      Russia's exit from the WTO would be a GOOD for the country.
      The WTO is the most powerful LEVER of pressure on Russia from the United States and GayRopes in all vital aspects of the country's interests.


      Russia needs to take the initiative: either urgently reform the WTO, or create a new world trade and economic organization, with uniform for all members and clearly defined rules (not like in the WTO) aimed at truly mutually beneficial relations between parties to the agreement; so that no one would have unearned, once and for all fixed advantages over others. The new rules should neutralize the inequality of economic conditions, for example, related to the climatic characteristics of the participating countries, allow reasonable protection for their domestic market, and not have cartel-like restriction measures - such as quotas, etc. In short, to prevent the development of some countries (as a rule, already more developed, rich and strong) at the expense of others (weaker and poorer, or even just later joined the organization).
  8. Ivan 63
    Ivan 63 31 March 2014 19: 27
    +5
    What, can they explain in Latin to them? They do not want to understand the Russian language, we will teach.
  9. Cossacks
    Cossacks 31 March 2014 19: 30
    +4
    Well, just a great headline. I sign with two hands.
  10. nikcris
    nikcris 31 March 2014 19: 31
    +1
    Everything is cute. Premium. But when will this trolling about McDonald's and Coca-Cola stop? Their place in Russia, if not zero, then certainly not higher than the error.
  11. PPL
    PPL 31 March 2014 19: 31
    +2
    Representatives of the "Big Seven" after the summit in The Hague started talking about a new tightening of sanctions ...

    The word "sanction" is repeated as a mantra. But no matter how you repeat it, it will not become sweeter in your mouth.
    1. papas-57
      papas-57 31 March 2014 20: 19
      +7
      `` On the other hand, the development of deposits by Norway on the Russian shelf, which Medvedev infamously gave her, will take some time and will simply compensate for the decreasing capacity of old wells. ''
      Isn’t it time to get Ayfonchik to pay Russia’s losses from selling the shelf to Norway from his pocket. He is not like a subhuman poor. It will pay and will be like most Russians, without a car, housing, iPhone, musical equipment, etc. etc.
      1. Penzyac
        Penzyac 31 March 2014 22: 57
        0
        Quote: papas-57
        `` On the other hand, the development of deposits by Norway on the shelf of Russia, which Medvedev shamefully gave her ... ''
        Isn’t it time to get Ayfonchik to pay Russia’s losses from selling the shelf to Norway from his pocket. He is not like a subhuman poor. It will pay and will be like most Russians, without a car, housing, iPhone, musical equipment, etc. etc.


        What do you want him to live almost forever, or what? Do you know how much time he will have to work as prime minister to earn so much money? Sado-masochist you, however, my friend.
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  12. razved
    razved 31 March 2014 19: 31
    +7
    In principle, the article says everything is correct. And all this is quite doable. There is only one condition: in Russia there should not be a fifth column, there should not be those who put their well-being above national interests.
    1. Arhj
      Arhj 31 March 2014 21: 07
      +1
      I think for starters there should simply be a will. Having implemented all of the above in the article, it is quite possible to block the fifth and subsequent columns of financing. And since you want to eat, you’ll either have to change your orientation up to sexual orientation, or starve to death, because in the West they are not needed either.
      1. vadson
        vadson 31 March 2014 22: 09
        +3
        here is another problem, how to get the oligarchs to work for Russia? in the west, to get them into an elite club, you need to rob Russia, give a bunch of dibs, about 80 percent, remember the gates. spread rot the local population. what does our pro-Russian leadership want? so that the oligarchs keep money in Russia and pay taxes here. they will be allowed to earn from us but less. so that they support the pro-Russian government. with the second option, the oligarchs lose their way to the west, they will not become their own there. Here is such a squiggle, as they say. and they won’t be able to completely get rid of the oligarchs, it was already after 17 years.
        By the way, our real fifth column is not Makarevich and Novodvorskaya with guns. it's all dust. Medvedev and his comrades, here is the fifth column, and how to re-educate them in a patriotic manner is the question? although hunchback (ms) only the grave will correct ...
        1. Penzyac
          Penzyac 31 March 2014 23: 39
          0
          Quote: vadson
          ... Medvedev and his comrades, here is the fifth column, and how to re-educate them in a patriotic manner is the question? although hunchback (ms) only the grave will correct ...


          Make Medvedev instead of "Deep Purple" listen to Kobzon, the Alexandrov ensemble and the choir. Pyatnitsky ... wassat
  13. ataman555
    ataman555 31 March 2014 19: 33
    +3
    It's time to crush them!
  14. mamont5
    mamont5 31 March 2014 19: 35
    +2
    So long it's time to give impudent hands.
  15. Giant thought
    Giant thought 31 March 2014 19: 38
    +4
    We should always be ready to show the west a big cookie so that it would choke with spit with our saliva. But we should send the fifth column as soon as possible either to the bunk or to the cordon. The development of the country is impeded tremendously. By the way, but Medvedev should be responsible for giving our waters, by the way very rich in biological and energy resources, in Norway. This can be regarded as a crime against our state, the excuses on his part when he did this were ridiculous, it would have been quite a ride for kindergarteners, but we have a lot of people who think and analyze.
    1. Penzyac
      Penzyac 31 March 2014 23: 24
      0
      Quote: Giant thought
      ... But we can send the fifth column as soon as possible either to the bunk or to the cordon ...


      Just not "beyond the cordon" - this is their blue (or pink) dream, if for the cordon, then with No. instead of a name (cordon No. ...) - with "Druzhba" in calloused hands, or at least on the street with a broom and shovel instead of Tajiks (for the frail and women), and old ones only in special nursing homes with bars on doors and windows. To raise the intellectual and cultural level: forcibly showing the entire 5th column only Soviet cinema and Soviet documentary films about fascism and imperialism, allow only reading Russian and Soviet classics and listen only to folk music and Soviet "patriotic" songs and marches.
  16. Stinger
    Stinger 31 March 2014 19: 38
    +1
    There is another good step. At the next step of NATO towards Russia, we withdraw from the START Treaty and the non-proliferation of nuclear weapons unilaterally. And to give ice cream chickens to ladies, even such as Power, is not decent.
    1. ia-ai00
      ia-ai00 31 March 2014 19: 50
      0
      ... for the chickens, it's a shame, they are not for "this", they appeared in God's light.
      And who do you regret ... they have such a "moral" that they do not care!
  17. Baloo
    Baloo 31 March 2014 19: 39
    +9
    While the president of Russia GDP I am calm for myself, my relatives and Russia. This is not pathos, this is the position.
  18. Vyacheslav 64
    Vyacheslav 64 31 March 2014 19: 40
    +21
    Properly described, these sanctions will give Russia a strong economic impetus.
  19. Chifka
    Chifka 31 March 2014 19: 42
    +13
    “Obama threatened to boycott the Olympic Games - Russia became the world leader in the medal standings ... Thank you, Mr. President!
    Obama threatened Russia with sanctions - the stock market collapsed and Russia bought up the securities of leading corporations at a cheap price ... Thank you, Mr. President !!
    Obama threatened to arrest Russian assets - and the money of the oligarchs finally began to return to Russia ... Thank you, Mr. President !!!
    Mr. Obama, now I have a personal request for you ... The most difficult ... I don’t know how you are doing, but I really want Russia to become the world football champion ...
    1. schizophrenic
      schizophrenic 31 March 2014 20: 26
      0
      Quote: Chifka
      became the world football champion

      Then Poplar at the time of the match near the stadium will have to put up with a polite offer who will take 1m to that reward with self-delivery. laughing
  20. mak97531741
    mak97531741 31 March 2014 19: 43
    +2
    Heh, the US intelligence did not know that our Army is so well equipped (after the events in the Crimea), they probably thought before that we were running around the training grounds and driving an T-47 with an earflap hat and driving a T-34 :)
  21. Ased
    Ased 31 March 2014 19: 43
    +3
    Seven gathered to consult what G ... to make the eighth so that they had nothing for it ... :)))
    1. Arhj
      Arhj 31 March 2014 21: 21
      +2
      I saw three versions of the rating of countries for calculating GDP. Here's what I can’t understand. Depending on whether Brazil is in the top eight or not, what the 8th-9th economies of the world in France do in the seven, the 10th - Italy, and the 13th Canada
    2. Penzyac
      Penzyac 31 March 2014 23: 29
      +1
      Quote: ASed
      Seven gathered to consult what G ... to make the eighth so that they had nothing for it ... :)))


      Not seven, but the USA and sixes ... wassat
      1. Ased
        Ased 31 March 2014 23: 39
        +1
        It’s somehow dirty ... It seeks to salt another so that it doesn’t fly by itself. Not gentlemanly. Happily somehow.
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  22. erased
    erased 31 March 2014 19: 44
    +10
    Linux, if I remember for sure, is not ours either. But the matter is not only in it.
    The entire state top with one foot and his wallet in the west. There are oligarchs, there are bureaucrats and others. All their loot works in the West, and not in the Russian Federation.
    The country has destroyed agriculture and industry, including light industry. Everything is lucky from behind the hill. Why not return the domestic manufacturer to the domestic market? Support him at first? This is not profitable for 5, as well as 6-10 columns, but the industry will save!
    Introduce a ban on the supply of food and goods from the Baltic states, Poland, other Geyropa countries, and reduce dependence on supplies. Sanctions, so sanctions! To the stop!
    But the first is to wage a real fight against corruption! For almost all initiatives are hindered by enemies within the state!
    Well then maybe maybe something suddenly come out. But not before. For the words are good, the intentions are excellent, the decisions are super, but without specificity, all this is zilch!
    1. vadson
      vadson 31 March 2014 22: 22
      +2
      Linux is not ours, but it has open source code, it can be fully studied at the expense of tricks. there is another problem, it is not aimed at the end user. True, I have not used ENO for a long time, and maybe it has changed. 10 years ago it was necessary to understand the si, pearl, and even in the architecture of computers to work on a penguin or unix. Imagine a man who, at forty, for the first time, saw a computer, how would he work on it? admins hang themselves. with Windows is easier
      1. sazhka4
        sazhka4 April 1 2014 01: 21
        0
        Quote: vadson
        Imagine a man who, at forty, for the first time, saw a computer, how would he work on it? admins hang themselves. with Windows is easier

        I work the same. By the way, it’s easier and more colorful and faster than Windows.
  23. konvalval
    konvalval 31 March 2014 19: 44
    +9
    But you didn’t notice that Putin and Lavrov are doing this successfully. And you did not pay attention to the fact that almost all telephone conversations with Putin and Lavrov were initiated by that side? Respected.
  24. Monk
    Monk 31 March 2014 19: 45
    +2
    Mr. Kerry threatened to throw us out of the WTO.


    A dream man.
  25. Woolfy
    Woolfy 31 March 2014 19: 46
    +13
    Shut up, shameful Europe!
    and do not pump your rights!
    You are just an ass in Russia,
    and you think that the head!

    F.I. Tyudchev .. (1867)
    1. sazhka4
      sazhka4 31 March 2014 20: 05
      +9
      Quote: Woolfy
      F.I. Tyudchev .. (1867)

      Literate ..
    2. sazhka4
      sazhka4 31 March 2014 20: 05
      +1
      Quote: Woolfy
      F.I. Tyudchev .. (1867)

      Literate ..
    3. Vyatich
      Vyatich 31 March 2014 20: 23
      +7
      Unfortunately, this is not F.I. Tyutchev, but Sablin V.G. 1998
      But, anyway, great and the topic !!!
  26. zol1
    zol1 31 March 2014 19: 48
    +2
    It's time to put in place the presumptuous Americans with the old nag Europe! When the insolent person does not understand the words, they give him a brazen red face and so quickly reaches the dull and dumb.
    1. Penzyac
      Penzyac 31 March 2014 23: 50
      +1
      Quote: zol1
      It's time to put in place the presumptuous Americans with the old nag Europe! When the insolent person does not understand the words, they give him a brazen red face and so quickly reaches the dull and dumb.


      ON A NIGHT RED FACE it would be necessary ... Where are my "Volgas"?
  27. Valter1364
    Valter1364 31 March 2014 19: 49
    0
    Now we have a chance and a good reason to start reforms in our country. If we miss him, then there may not be another.
  28. Genur
    Genur 31 March 2014 19: 52
    0
    I fully agree with the author. Good analysis and sensible suggestions.
  29. onizhe
    onizhe 31 March 2014 19: 54
    +2
    Yes, what are the sanctions. Whatever the politicians scream, they are puppets in the hands of business. And what could be worse for a businessman than losing a market? I do not quite understand why the author believes that the Baltic States and Poland are the main champions of sanctions against Russia. Here it’s rather the opposite, because the Baltic States will suffer from sanctions in the first place. Poland was in the forefront during the Euromaidan, but after the Crimean events somehow hid. They also have territorial interests in Ukraine. Galicia until the end of the XVIII century was the territory of Poland, and one of the main tasks of our country for the First World War was to restore the integrity of Poland within the Russian Empire by annexing Galicia and some other territories. Maybe they are waiting for an interesting development of events, so that they can be quiet ... Americans shout the loudest, because the main lobby in the states has always been the energy and military-industrial complex, and we are competitors to them.
  30. kartalovkolya
    kartalovkolya 31 March 2014 19: 57
    0
    That's right, plus for the article! But GDP is just moving in this direction, so it turns out that no matter how liberals bark at Putin, their owners will have to be sour. So gentlemen, liberal traitors, the feeder closes. And I’ll add that the hour is near when the GDP will distribute earrings to all sisters.
  31. upasika1918
    upasika1918 31 March 2014 19: 59
    +7
    Now, now, someone's blood will be shed ...
  32. Valter1364
    Valter1364 31 March 2014 20: 00
    +2
    Quote: razved
    In principle, the article says everything is correct. And all this is quite doable. There is only one condition: in Russia there should not be a fifth column, there should not be those who put their well-being above national interests.


    Yes, let it be, only small and controlled. We will show it to the West as in a zoo, for money. Moreover, after the return of Crimea, this fifth column will thin out by an order of magnitude. And if the current government does not stop taking steps that are reasonable and useful for Russia, then it will completely run into holes.
  33. delfinN
    delfinN 31 March 2014 20: 02
    +4
    Quote: waisson
    let them remember
  34. flc9800
    flc9800 31 March 2014 20: 03
    +3
    Passage about ice cream chicken - FIVE POINTS! good
  35. V1451145
    V1451145 31 March 2014 20: 03
    +4
    Moscow was not built in a day. Russia in its current form looks very good. And in politics this is especially noticeable. Only the blind will not see the current realities. And they are like that. Russia is gradually restoring the power’s format. Not only military with a bunch of bombs, but also economic and political ... If you compare Russia in 1996, then this is another country.
  36. Serebryakov. 75
    Serebryakov. 75 31 March 2014 20: 06
    +7
    Stop scaring us - Russians who survived both the Blockade and the defaults of the 90s. We ride summer tires all winter through the streets with a degree of cleaning that is considered a national disaster in AI. Do you know what a "Blackout" is? We lived for years ... And the transfer of winter time to summer time, and food on coupons? We ourselves are afraid for you, as for a national rabble, led by a primate from the zoo.
  37. sazhka4
    sazhka4 31 March 2014 20: 10
    0
    Well .. I always said that those "potzriots" who use Windows "the fifth column". They themselves do not feed those who are smeared at every step .. Use Linux. You do not know how, ask. Everything is free .. Now I have Mint 13 Maya. Before that there was "Dewdrop". What is Windows I do not even remember for five years.
    1. vadson
      vadson 31 March 2014 22: 35
      +3
      I will open a little secret) it is not necessary to pay for Windows
      1. sazhka4
        sazhka4 April 3 2014 10: 34
        0
        Quote: vadson
        I will open a little secret) it is not necessary to pay for Windows

        A whisper.? Everyone knows that .. It's just when "Rosinka" is much nicer ..
  38. Valkh
    Valkh 31 March 2014 20: 12
    +13
    Thanks for the sanctions ...
  39. Officer
    Officer 31 March 2014 20: 13
    +8
    Thanks to Ukraine! She helped us figure out our fifth column, find out what NGOs are, true intelligentsia and much more. There is only one way out: industrialization, self-sufficiency, state. ideology, attention to ordinary people. And then our people will do everything as in 1945.
  40. delfinN
    delfinN 31 March 2014 20: 18
    +15
    It is necessary to start with the Priboltika, then stifle the Norwegians, French. The Deutsches themselves will understand. With overseas "partners" - for dessert. And that's not bravado, it really works.
  41. combat66
    combat66 31 March 2014 20: 18
    0
    In order to spoil so methodically and purposefully, you need to create a ministry (Ministry for Mattress Issues)
    And appoint Gadia Petrovich Khrenovo as Minister. wink
  42. vvvvv
    vvvvv 31 March 2014 20: 20
    +1
    All these "thousandth Chinese warnings" are beginning to annoy ... Everywhere I read that in the east of Ukaraina, something will finally be there ... And something else there Russia blah blah blah ... In Crimea - yes, it was decisive action, but I would not expect anything more. Every day I read in the news that they beat Russians, pro-Russians, burn St. George's ribbons, beat WWII veterans, pro-Russian activists, etc. Syria is being hollowed out - and they are hollowing out, but everywhere it’s also about, support from Russia ... After all, not so long ago they were trumpeting all the same about Libya ... And what about Libya - they bombed and killed Gaddaffi ... And now I really don’t see even a single example for Russia to protect at least someone and at least somewhere. Give an example before minus. There are only statements from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and other structures, completely bespoke. It is Israel or the United States who are ready to take decisive action to protect their fellow tribesmen or citizens. And our fat cats-capitalists, as they pinned their eggs - personal (mind you!) Sanctions, so besides piz ** there is nothing whiter. I just stupidly don’t read all these news and videos, where every day they write and show atrocities against Russians and pro-Russian, tk. only powerless experiences. Loot drives and no one wants to lose it for the sake of some kind of Russian. However, this is not only my opinion, yesterday I immediately read the material where a person wrote about relatives of friends from Odessa. And today in Odessa they are already burning St. George's ribbons.
    1. vvvvv
      vvvvv April 1 2014 03: 57
      0
      I’ll add what exactly I'm worried about and what I’m afraid of. In reality, there are no shifts in eastern Ukarain, i.e. the fortifications of pro-Russian citizens of Ukraine known to me. Appointments go from Kiev to power and other structures, and activists are cleaned. No matter how persistent they are, but already many people are unhindered and captured and they should be beaten and tried for long periods of time - this is at a minimum. It is not even a matter of whether there will be a referendum or not and what the results of such a referendum might be. Frankly, I am afraid that Russia has left eastern Ukraine for self-survival and Ukrainization in terms of cleansing pro-Russian activists and sentiments ... If anyone has any reason to consider otherwise, you can calm me down.
      1. uwzek
        uwzek April 1 2014 09: 25
        0
        And what shifts in eastern Ukraine will personally reassure you, Victor? Are you already waiting for a war? Go west !?
        The Crimean return was probably worked out long ago, as an option to save the Black Sea Fleet base in Sevastopol in case of violation of stability in Ukraine. The option is quite complicated for Russia in terms of consequences. It’s not without reason that Ukrainians were dumped for almost a quarter of a century and fed with money ... But, apparently, the land came out ... Respect (and support) to Putin for not being scared! The country's leadership took this forced and unpopular measure (we are now, from the moral point of view, almost America with its own Kosovo and other flights) ...
        As for the rest of Ukraine, no one has canceled the decision to use the Russian army to protect the population from genocide, but no one will start a war on the basis that in Odessa some stoned nedopuska publicly burned a Chinese-made ribbon of orange and black color. Personally, I respect gentlemen of military orders and medals. Medals and orders with St. George ribbons in Russia have always been the most labor and deserved - few received them by acquaintance or position. But my attitude towards symbolism is extremely calm. Soldiers fight and die for their homeland, but not for a piece of colored textile (but only under it). Insulting talismans is not a reason for killing people in the form of starting a war.
        The salvation of the Ukrainians is the work of (first of all) the Ukrainians themselves, no one promised them the deployment of troops and the annexation of the southeast. If Putin did not have the right at any time to use military force in Ukraine, there would be clearly worse for the locals ...
        But nobody has taken the right from Putin yet ...
  43. kocclissi
    kocclissi 31 March 2014 20: 24
    0
    But everything will be so, as described in the article! Only the launch pad will be prepared))
  44. Vyacheslav 64
    Vyacheslav 64 31 March 2014 20: 24
    +1
    Look at the miners appeal!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z2QuJ5i1s18
  45. delfinN
    delfinN 31 March 2014 20: 25
    +4
    “Russia, unlike the US and the EU, is not going to publish lists of persons who have come under retaliatory sanctions. They will be kept secret, and only when they try to enter the Russian Federation will these people be informed that they are on the“ black list ”.
    I like it - level 80 trolling
  46. Arh
    Arh 31 March 2014 20: 26
    0
    ))) It is right !!! Yes, you can still the United States and the EU can pile cuffs, these people 2sorta !!!
  47. fly fishing
    fly fishing 31 March 2014 20: 30
    +2
    There was a thought. Why are we only responding to Western sanctions? Unfair however.
    Maybe we ourselves will begin the offensive with sanctions to the west, the first we will begin to introduce bans? what
    1. 120352
      120352 31 March 2014 21: 52
      +4
      Our best sanctions against the West are our independent behavior and the gathering of Russian lands, regardless of their attitude to this. Moreover, this collection can and should go beyond the territories that have ever belonged to us. First of all, it is necessary to collect the whole Russian world, all Orthodox countries.
      Do not forget in the bustle of small Cuba (it’s painful their cigars are good!), Which we recently forgave 30 billion bucks. By the way, have they already built launching sites for our missiles or should we send the Deputy Prime Minister Kozak to them? I think she, if our diplomats and financiers work well together with military specialists, can hold a referendum, following the example of the Crimea, and then we will consider, quite quickly, the conditions for its adoption to us.
      Do not forget about the Order of Malta, whose great Master, i.e. the head was our emperor Paul the First.
      I remember that in the middle of the century before last, China repeatedly turned to Russia with requests to accept it as a Russian citizenship. Why don't we now consider the request of the Chinese comrades?
      Papua New Guinea is also our territory. In vain is N.N. Miklouho-Maclay went there on a long business trip? A good place for a military base, and for organizing the rest of our fellow citizens.
      It is clear that many will start asking for us. We will leave the Baltic states on the reservation (what for do we need these swamps for?), Germany, after numerous requests, as a result of the consideration of the issue at the UN General Assembly (something needs to be adjusted there too) and the adoption of a unanimous decision "FOR" we will take part of the Kaliningrad region, it is possible even with the right of cultural and national autonomy, like the Crimean Tatars. Later, you can consider the requests and results of referendums in France, Spain, Italy. The question of these states can be resolved positively if they finally let the African slaves go home. One and all. So that not one is left there.
      And then we'll see what they come up with to persuade us not to go to them. Till.
      This is I JOKED!
      1. Patriot.ru.
        Patriot.ru. 31 March 2014 22: 32
        +2
        In every joke there is a share of jokes.
  48. MLC 56
    MLC 56 31 March 2014 20: 33
    +3
    Europe seems to come from the word w..pa the name itself speaks for itself. And among the iks, the motherland didn’t have a flag, they wouldn’t have their stigma, but they didn’t indicate it. And then after all, apparently the bear opened his eyes a bit.
  49. jagdpanzer
    jagdpanzer 31 March 2014 20: 48
    +3
    Russia must discourage the Western addiction to be rude to us
    you can just beat it off.
  50. Sobol
    Sobol 31 March 2014 20: 50
    +6
    Let them "develop measures", "express concern", all sorts of notes muddy! In Pikul's novel "Favorite" I especially liked one dialogue:
    Ekaterina: - Grishenka, what will Europe say !?
    Potemkin (lying on the couch): - Spit.