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Dahl, take the medals!

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I would never have thought that I would live to see such a historic event. The well-known Dalia Grybauskaite decided to deprive Dmitry Kiselev of the medal "In memory of January 13, 1991 of the year."

As an old USSR mushroom, I witnessed those old events. That night, being the operational duty officer, I listened to everything. And as the equipment allowed, then, of course, I did not listen to “Mayak” (I confess). A lot of interesting was on the air. Even too much. I listened to two subscriptions. And to a severe reprimand.

In general, the times were still those. There was only one time program then (in 21: 00). The mouthpiece of the entire USSR. And there was also the author's program "TSN". Which came out closer to midnight. There they lit two stars, young and ambitious, Dmitry Kiselev and Tatyana Mitkova. They were ... uncanonical, so to speak.

For their reports, the first president of Lithuania awarded them with the medal “In memory of January 13”. Well, for his contribution to the recognition of an independent Lithuania. So it seems.

And with one stroke of the pen Dahl decided that Kiselev was unworthy in the light of the latest events of this "highest" award. And deprived her of it. And Mitkova, being a rather peculiar person, refused herself.

God bless her with a medal. Small, in general, the value, if you think well. Have a medal of merit for the country in which the list:

1. A Russian person who has been born in this country since birth is not a citizen.
2. Russian language is not actually recognized.
3. Closing Russian schools.
4. Almost no books are published in Russian.
5. The broadcasting of Russian TV channels stops.

And this is in the so-called “developed European democratic” country! Democracy, so to speak, in action.

So depriving a reward of such a dubious page is like it is, a bunch into flour. And Mrs. Grybauskaite in this flour to the ears.

Dahl, did you want to humiliate someone? In my opinion, you have humiliated yourself. I understand that now it is terrible for you to convulse that Russians in Lithuania, following the example of Ukraine and the Crimea, will remember their pride and belonging. And take to the streets. And they will ask for help from the motherland. And Motherland, as recent events have shown, can respond. According to the full program.

Sleep well while no one will conquer you. Nobody needs you, still messing about you. And nobody will trample your great and proud armed silishki either. In order to destroy your armored formations, more fuel will have to be burned (looking in the open spaces of Lithuania for your three tank) I'm just silent about the rest.

Plant your democracy there as much as you like. Russian man - he will find a way out. Disable the program - rejoice. Satellites do not beat, the bank with sprats into orbit itself will not work. Yes, and the Internet cut off - weak. So who wants the truth and the Russian word - he will take everything himself. By hook or by crook, so the proverb says.

Another proverb says that a small dog is a puppy all his life. Is it possible to humiliate the whole country by such actions? In the name of the same notorious freedom and democracy? Arrange puskam dissident tricks? Constantly bark at your neighbor? Do you pretend to be the Euro Clown, capable of causing laughter with your stupid actions? So at least take a master class from Zhirinovsky, it is definitely funny for him. And you - sad.

So take your medals, Dahl. Kiselev and Mitkova have more serious awards. For services to the people and the country, which is immeasurably higher than in any table of ranks.

And Dahl, watch out for the plinth, I beg you. He's already near your head.
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  1. KOH
    KOH April 8 2014 08: 05
    +13
    Russians living in Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia wake up, it's time to declare yourself fully ...
    1. alex-s
      alex-s April 8 2014 09: 21
      +13
      It’s time to completely cut off exports from the Baltic countries! Let them eat their sprats themselves!
    2. gosha1970
      gosha1970 April 8 2014 10: 40
      .
      Kon, you look like Leo Trotsky, you also wanted a world revolution. Don’t touch the Russians in the Baltic, they live normally, and nobody wants to in the USSR
      1. screw cutter
        screw cutter April 8 2014 12: 05
        +10
        There is no need to speak out for all Russians in the Baltics. Everything is much more prosaic. Very many Russians would have moved to, so to speak, their historical homeland, but what about work, housing, and if the children are like them? Kindergartens, schools. And friends and acquaintances? And why do they offer a province? The Russian Baltics, for the most part, are very educated people, and not farmers and villagers, I do not want to say that farmers are poorly educated people, but you cannot throw out words from a song "You can take a girl out of a village, but a village out of a girl never".
        1. gosha1970
          gosha1970 April 8 2014 19: 35
          -6
          That's right, the most important question: who is waiting? Life, friends, interests, etc. Do you want to be given a house on Rublevka? With what drink? Go to the Khabarovsk Territory, lift the "virgin soil". Well, no, then raise Latvia
      2. KOH
        KOH April 8 2014 12: 09
        +3
        Not well, if I like being non-citizens, I do not mind, I'm talking about those who consider themselves to be human ...
        1. gosha1970
          gosha1970 April 8 2014 19: 39
          .
          Come on, everything about non-citizens. Hand over to the citizen. Who does not allow. I have friends, not like old people, only 40. They can’t pass exams for the fourth time. Fall through the tongue. Both are birdies. If you did not run away from Latvia in '92, then you want to live in this state. But then, learn the language, history. And well.
      3. Nekarmadlen
        Nekarmadlen April 8 2014 13: 10
        +7
        Quote: gosha1970
        Do not touch the Russians in the Baltic, they live normally, and no one wants to in the USSR


        Not true, do not be fooled! Everyone who could have already fled from that Baltic! I have a house in Valka, I live permanently in Moscow, the standard of living of the population in Latvia I periodically see with my own eyes, but they have not yet burst! (not a topic, but a military parade in Latvia really touches, especially powerful ATVs paired with coast guard boats go especially delicious for dessert!).
        1. gosha1970
          gosha1970 April 8 2014 19: 40
          -9
          So what, and I have a house in Liepaja, an ABSOLUTELY Russian city. NOBODY WANTS TO RUSSIA
          1. Alew
            Alew April 8 2014 21: 44
            +6
            Quote: gosha1970
            So what, and I have a house in Liepaja, an ABSOLUTELY Russian city. NOBODY WANTS TO RUSSIA

            Hey troll your soul is enough to lie already. give me the address of the house. I will call relatives to let the red cock in LIEPAJU. and about the Russian city, tell Latvian nationalists from the LNNK party to Raivis Dzintars
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      4. smile
        smile April 8 2014 13: 51
        +4
        gosha1970
        Yeah, tell it to my Klaipeda relatives. I’m afraid you don’t like the answer very much. :))) Well, he doesn’t dock with your liberal fairy tale. Yes, and probably should not rant about what you have no idea .... eksperd homegrown ....
        1. gosha1970
          gosha1970 April 8 2014 19: 43
          .
          What does the "liberal fairy tale" have to do with it. Grin, is this your favorite topic? As for ranting, you yourself were in the Baltics? Can we go over history? Do you have a marshal because you approve? Ah, the junta!
          1. smile
            smile April 8 2014 23: 47
            +5
            gosha1970
            My dear, my parents live there. Do you know how to read? Or is the Chukchi not a reader, a Chukchi writer and landlord? :))) I'm afraid if I start running around with you, I’ll bury you on the first turn ... historical, of course. :)))
            And there is, of course, such as you are in the Baltics, such as you are in all countries and all nationalities. They do not consider this their own, and others despise. There is such a thing in Russia, too, they wandered around with white ribbons and called Russia "this country", now they have quieted down, really .... but their business lives on - you stuck out .... :))))
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              1. smile
                smile April 10 2014 00: 29
                0
                gosha1970
                Listen, do you read the text of the comments by ear? :))) And what, interestingly, I should have heard while reading your writings? :))) After all, your texts are either meaningless, like this comment, or, more often, they are simply false .... :)))
                What run about history got sick, you are our sharp? :))) No? Well, run, Lola, run! :))) By the way, tell a secret where to run? :)))
                And with attempts to fall off and offend you generally-seams. Even stomping you laziness ... naught. Go to the second run ... :)))
                1. gosha1970
                  gosha1970 April 10 2014 09: 47
                  -1
                  my dear, trample on. you are sad like your avatar.
    3. Val_y
      Val_y April 8 2014 11: 20
      +4
      Oh, if the whole "etttot gorrryachchy Baltic geydyuchik" is rocked in nature, that would be fun, but afraid for the people, there people will simply be shot by "European values ​​and darmocracy bl.d stop
    4. tilovaykrisa
      tilovaykrisa April 9 2014 17: 18
      -1
      And what kind of lady this size shows on her fingers, probably what the fuck ... she had to suck Obama for these toys)
  2. gandalf
    gandalf April 8 2014 08: 09
    +4
    I would not even accept such a "medal" stop
    1. abrakadabre
      abrakadabre April 8 2014 10: 18
      +2
      I would not even accept such a "medal"
      I would not just not accept, but publicly offended.
    2. smile
      smile April 8 2014 10: 53
      +9
      gandalf
      That you would not accept. since you are a normal person. And the data of the comrades then excitedly denounced the imperial policy of the USSR and the bad Russians, who for some reason did not really want to go under the Lithuanian national chauvinists. Such brahologists of the whole of Russia, brains ... so to speak, clouded. They even drove a whole train of miners to Lithuania, who, by tapping their helmets, supported the young Lithuanian democracy, exposing the Russian invaders .... So that these characters earned the Nazi medal - for selfless brechology. :)))

      By the way, referring to the author. Remembering very well that, as a moderator, you were the first to give me a stick in the ass for rudeness, I will vindictively notice - and here's your lie - Lithuania has long become a space power. About a month and a half ago, the Lithuanian press was proudly broke about the fact that Lithuania launched an artificial satellite. :))) I don’t remember who threw him into orbit with them, I don’t remember, but in any case, the assembly made by the hands of Lithuanian students is hardly much more complicated than sprat cans. :)))
      1. Roman Skomorokhov
        April 8 2014 21: 28
        +1
        Yes, they did. Yes, comparable to a can of sprat. The mass of the satellite is 1 kg. Yes, the students gathered. Actually, I didn’t mean it.
        1. smile
          smile April 8 2014 23: 38
          0
          Banshee
          Yes, I'm joking. :))) What, and messing up Nizya? :))) And over the Great Space Power of Lithuania (VKLD) ... :)))
  3. Ruslan67
    Ruslan67 April 8 2014 08: 10
    +8
    I have 14 wheels in my garage with wheels. If you finally wake up in the Baltic states, I’ll be ready to personally bring them on our cars. We will arrange them there. MAAAYYDDDAAAANN am wassat
    1. Wedmak
      Wedmak April 8 2014 09: 47
      +8
      How angry you are. These 14 wheels of yours will smoke Lithuania, and Latvia at the same time, so that they themselves will not find their tanks. And they will complain about the use of chemical weapons such as "Tire-217" - again Euroidiots will think what sanctions to invent ...
    2. smile
      smile April 8 2014 10: 59
      +6
      Ruslan67
      Hello, clawed. One condition is that half of the cars that carry the gift of Lithuanian democracy must have at least eight wheels, and the other half have trucks. And the crews of cars are simply obliged to be very polite .... :)))))
      1. Ruslan67
        Ruslan67 April 8 2014 17: 11
        +2
        Hi Toothy drinks
        Quote: smile
        there must be at least eight wheels

        Yes, I would generally from a helicopter laughing
  4. mamont5
    mamont5 April 8 2014 08: 10
    +11
    Right. Deprivation of "such an award" is a recognition of services to Russia.
  5. slovak007
    slovak007 April 8 2014 08: 44
    +1
    You claim the role of Euroclown

    Euroclowns are, there is no other name!
  6. igorra
    igorra April 8 2014 08: 53
    +1
    All according to Freud. The Baltic States want to go back, but they’re afraid to say directly. Did love remain with Russia, what if? Here he rushes about, tries to prick and understand the attitude by reaction, because for some reason in life it is painful to make the hunt for your loved one if you are not sure of love.
  7. inkass_98
    inkass_98 April 8 2014 08: 54
    +11
    Kiselev will have to drown with grief. They are not allowed to rest in Norway; Dalka deprived the latter of her memory of her dissolute liberal youth - everything was gone.
    Kiselyov as a journalist is now much more interesting than in those days. Although you recall the end of the 80's and the beginning of the 90's, how many bright faces appeared at once in the box - Nevzorov, Mitkov, Kiselev (Dmitry and Eugene), Sorokin, Dorenko, etc. And where are most of them? Almost everyone who went free swimming in the troughs of Gusinsky, Berezovsky and other sponsors, media moguls, disappeared from the horizon. There were only those who left in time for managerial work or in government structures, the rest only occasionally emerge as a toad Yevgeny Kiselyov in Ukraine, in order to disappear again in their swamp.
    Personally, I don't really like Dmitry Kiselev in his Sunday program, there are a lot of exaggerations and outright aggression, but maybe this is how it is necessary to wage an information war now. As Comrade Lenin used to say: "We will respond to every adherence to principles with complete lack of principle." There is no other way now, otherwise every Poland and Lithuania are already ready to rake up Russia with their paws and throw shit. And limitrophes should know their place. am
  8. Voenruk
    Voenruk April 8 2014 08: 55
    0
    Of course, I am not against women, but a man, or rather a man, should rule the country! With hands, with a head! Power is in the hands of a strong leader, usually we don’t listen to women. Women are the guardians of the hearth, and the man brings wealth to the house.
    1. smile
      smile April 8 2014 11: 08
      +1
      Voenruk
      Not always, not always. Sometimes a woman is tougher and ruthless than any man, and their heads are all right - no worse than us. And she can restore perfect order in the country, as in her kitchen, and she is often ready to fight for her country, as for her children. I’m not even going to refer to historical experience that you, our British, should know about this anyway.
      1. Setrac
        Setrac April 8 2014 15: 21
        +1
        Quote: smile
        Not always, not always. Sometimes a woman is tougher and ruthless than any man, and their heads are all right - no worse than us.

        This unsatisfied woman is so angry.
        1. smile
          smile April 8 2014 23: 50
          0
          Setrac
          She's not just angry, she's a disgrace to the title "woman" :)))
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    3. siberalt
      siberalt April 8 2014 19: 38
      +1
      The country was while it was in the Union. And now it has become some kind of eno-park with a manager appointed by the State Department. laughing One trouble - it is so small that you constantly have to scream loudly so that they wouldn’t crush by chance.
    4. Anatoly39
      Anatoly39 April 9 2014 12: 33
      0
      With hands, with a head

      The main thing with the eggs.
  9. parusnik
    parusnik April 8 2014 09: 15
    +1
    Dalia Grybauskaite decided to deprive Dmitry Kiselyov of the medal “In memory of January 13, 1991”.
    Not a medal and was ...
  10. Leader
    Leader April 8 2014 09: 38
    +3
    Dalia Grybauskaite decided to deprive Dmitry Kiselyov of the medal “In memory of January 13, 1991”.
    It was not necessary that way ... Now D. Kiselyov can be taken for "his own".
    And by the medal of this one it was immediately visible - Mr. N.I.
  11. SKaunov
    SKaunov April 8 2014 10: 24
    +1
    Hmm, not far Dahl ... Not really a brake on progress ...
    1. smile
      smile April 8 2014 13: 54
      0
      SKaunov
      It would be more politically correct to say not "brake". and "slow gas" ... :)))
  12. sv68
    sv68 April 8 2014 10: 39
    +1
    in the pro-Baltic there were still adequate men or something like that. Yes, they are furious due to lack of attention. Kiselyov probably said, I say, I give you Kiselev, he was sober, he was frightened of such happiness, vodka didn’t work out at hand, he refused. that stuffed and covered
  13. Pacifist
    Pacifist April 8 2014 10: 43
    +2
    Dear Banshee good day!

    Unfortunately you were mistaken ... they did not have three tanks, but one ... so the calculation of fuel for search and the list of dogs need to be urgently increased. laughing
    1. Roman Skomorokhov
      April 8 2014 21: 30
      +1
      Well, nifiga yourself ...
      Then all the more you should not look.
  14. BYV
    BYV April 8 2014 11: 19
    +3
    By the way, it seemed to me, or does a man with three stars (Colonel?) Have a "Russia" patch on his chest?
    1. dmikras
      dmikras April 8 2014 11: 39
      +2
      exactly stripe RUSSIA
      probably our scout :)
    2. vlad_m
      vlad_m April 8 2014 12: 08
      +1
      It seemed to you. He has POCNS on his patch. Some kind of abbreviation. What does it mean - I do not know. Can anyone decipher?
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      2. siberalt
        siberalt April 8 2014 19: 43
        -1
        Elementary Watson! POCNS - Electronic Cigarettes laughing
      3. Ursus
        Ursus April 8 2014 20: 46
        +2
        Arvydas Pocius - Commander of the Army of the Republic of Lithuania, Lieutenant General.
        In the LT military, the name is written on the uniform.
        Ask if anything about Lithuania. I'm in the subject :)
  15. screw cutter
    screw cutter April 8 2014 12: 16
    +3
    1. A Russian person who has been born in this country since birth is not a citizen.
    2. Russian language is not actually recognized.
    3. Closing Russian schools.
    4. Almost no books are published in Russian.
    5. The broadcasting of Russian TV channels stops.
    __________________________________________________
    I’ll correct the author a little, all the above items are related to Lithuania, and Mr. Dalia Grybauskaite is the President of Lithuania, they do not apply.
    1. Only in Lithuania a zero version of citizenship was adopted.
    2. The Russian language is not recognized, it is.
    3.Russian schools in Lithuania are only private from the very beginning, so there is nothing to close.
    4. I don’t know books, but magazines and newspapers can be bought at kiosks.
    5. Yesterday on the territory of LATVIA RTR Russia stopped broadcasting and plans to close the First Baltic (ORT).
    1. smile
      smile April 8 2014 14: 26
      +1
      screw cutter
      You are mistaken about Lithuanian schools. Russian schools were quite state-owned, simply in Russian subjects were gradually removed from them, schools turned into Lithuanian, the process has not yet been finalized. In the end, my brother graduated from Russian school - and he is 83 years old. In Klaipeda, for example, there were still 5-6 Russian public and private schools, and there were a dozen and a half ...
      As for the language - there are other kinds of restrictions - to occupy more or less normal posts, it is necessary to pass the language into 1 category. And this is the hardest exam for eight hours. And in the commission, the fascist is sitting on the fascist. Personally, I do not know a single Lithuanian who could pass the Lithuanian into 1 category. Of all my classmates that they didn’t run away, no one passed the 1st category. Although we even had two half-lessons studied, which were considered Russian, but at home I used Lithuanian.
      Some press in Russian still survived - For example, "Lithuanian Courier", "Klaipeda", the weekly "Obzor". By the way, 1 and 3 are quite adequate newspapers, they snide a lot at the policy of Lithuania, reprint articles from the Russian press.
      But the rest - everything is the same there. The difference in the methods used to deal with the Russian speakers in Lithuania and among you exists only because Lithuania was one of the most mono-ethnic republics, there seemed to be twenty percent Russians there. and mostly - only in cities.
  16. mitya24
    mitya24 April 8 2014 13: 57
    +2
    Can you imagine how hard it is for these small pseudo-states to live and think that they’ll conquer you? We - RUSSIAN, they simply do not understand. The last people who pulled us over are the Mongols, and we all know well when it was (long ago) and what became of them (they still wipe the ass with steep thorns). Therefore, it is necessary to regret the disease, they are not a century, then under some, then under others they lived. Either the German, then the Pole, then, to be honest, the Red Army soldier used their ugly women.
  17. konvalval
    konvalval April 8 2014 16: 22
    +1
    In addition to the distance, to send medals to the sprats. An examination showed that eating a jar of sprats on congeners is equivalent to a smoked pack of cigarettes.
    1. 11111mail.ru
      11111mail.ru April 8 2014 17: 37
      +1
      Quote: konvalval
      by toоncerиgenes

      Chancellor. [lat. cancer] - honey. malignant tumor, cancer. Dictionary of foreign words. ... cancer - cancer ...
      Carcinogen (from lat. Cancer - cancer)
  18. zinander
    zinander April 8 2014 16: 57
    +1
    Article two pluses laughed heartily, indeed Euroclowns with a complex of eternally offended nations.
  19. Bixas
    Bixas April 8 2014 19: 31
    0
    "1. A Russian person who has lived in this country from birth is not a citizen."
    Not really yours, both of my children are citizens and from birth.
    "3. Russian schools in Lithuania are only private from the very beginning, so there is nothing to close." There are also private ones, but mostly state-owned.
  20. 52
    52 April 8 2014 19: 48
    +1
    Quote: screw cutter
    There is no need to speak out for all Russians in the Baltics. Everything is much more prosaic. Very many Russians would have moved to, so to speak, their historical homeland, but what about work, housing, and if the children are like them? Kindergartens, schools. And friends and acquaintances? And why do they offer a province? The Russian Baltics, for the most part, are very educated people, and not farmers and villagers, I do not want to say that farmers are poorly educated people, but you cannot throw out words from a song "You can take a girl out of a village, but a village out of a girl never".

    Its menagers above jo.py. It’s time to raise other regions. Russia does not need office hamsters, people are needed. Do not like it, chew a broom. But in the gay.
  21. Penek
    Penek April 8 2014 21: 06
    +1
    Eh, Dalia, were we with you in Kazan at the courses we had each other (85th year)? The name coincides, I don’t remember the last name. There was a kind girl, she didn’t even take the money.
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  23. Alew
    Alew April 8 2014 21: 55
    0
    I watched a movie about the "medals" at one time - before the war the Japanese gave medals to the Americans as a sign of friendship and after the Americans returned these medals back tied to bombs
  24. Sharikov
    Sharikov April 9 2014 06: 52
    +2
    The Baltic "elites" after the Crimea really shit :)
  25. johnnie_walker79
    johnnie_walker79 April 9 2014 14: 04
    0
    Yes, I agree, the modern authorities of Lithuania suffer from a huge "love" for Russia, but it is the authorities and who orders them the tune and so it is clear. As for the Lithuanians themselves, not all of them are Russophobes and Nazis, there are quite adequate people, both from those who live in Lithuania and from those who are in exile. I myself am Russian, was born and raised in Klaipeda, graduated from a Russian school already under "independence", served in the local army, graduated already in the "state" language, I am a civil servant with experience and no one infringes on me anywhere on a national basis because I speak the language fluently and I communicate with both Lithuanians and Russian-speaking (including not only Russians but also Ukrainians, Belarusians, Moldovans). All this I mean that some commentators inflate this topic too much, taking advantage of the ignorance of others about the real situation. Already zadolbalo read how poor and unfortunate we are here and how we need to be saved. Yes, it's hard for those who, having lived for 50 years in the country and have not bothered to learn the language at least at the everyday level, and are now throwing tantrums in clinics, shops and state. institutions that they are not understood and infringed, justifying themselves by the fact that they saw this language was not needed in those days. So what kind of respect for yourself are you talking about if you yourself do not respect anyone? do you think that you are something special? Don't eat sprats, don't eat tasty dairy products, make your own and better. Why all these loud statements? from the fact that you are pouring shit here for us Russians living in the Baltic is not easier, your comments are read not only by Russians and what conclusions should they then draw? I am not a supporter of the authorities and Dali, not a liberal (God forbid), in fact, even a Eurosceptic, May 9 is a holiday for me and the St.George ribbon is a symbol of victory, but it just so happened that I was born here and live here for more than one generation, so let's not think only of yourself and show respect for others ...
  26. Mikola-78
    Mikola-78 April 9 2014 14: 22
    +2
    Clown she, not the president