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What will hate the USSR

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What will hate the USSRStart 90's. Latvia, Riga, 2 grade school. On the TV show some shooting shadows at the TV tower. Talk about secession. The collapse of the USSR. A pale grandfather, a real communist - a man who has never been more honest than ever - convulsively squeezes the handle of a chair with whitened fingers and does not part with cigarettes ...


Many years later. IT industry, a lot of projects, work breakdowns, calls, comments and the desire of everyone to win and earn everything. There is a goal, there are means and opportunities, there is someone to be equal with - what could be better? ..

Ukraine, Maidan 2004, joyful waving orange ribbons, "Yushchenko - SO!" And a great disappointment after.

And thoughts began to come. Probably, it all started with a vague feeling that you were robbed, and only now you begin to notice it. It became interesting: why are we so vehemently shouting slogans in squares, whose roots go into the shadows beyond the borders of the country? Why part of our stories and life has suddenly become a taboo, and even in the circle of close friends the topic of the past, the USSR, causes frivolous smiles and embarrassment? How is it that we are ashamed of the Great History of our Country?

And interest began to come. Interest in the people who lived then and created that country, to their actions and understanding of themselves in the world. To their life, thoughts, aspirations.

I was amazed. We all probably heard more than once how people are said to be "not the same." But what does "not those" mean? Did you drink the wrong water, did you eat the wrong bread, or did you drive in the wrong cars? Why are we ashamed of them? ..

Maybe for the fact that "not those" were simply not us? Primitive consumers! "Not the one" tells how 15 spent years going by the geologist across all of Siberia, looking for deposits with Faith in his Case, to the Country, and you sit side by side, hung with the attributes of "success" and feel ... deprived?

The analogy was asked for itself. We, as aborigines living in the world themselves, received with smiles and delight the ships of democracy with the glittering beads of the civilization of the West. WITH there values. And it doesn't matter that for us they were empty inside, but they glittered much brighter than ours! We voluntarily exchanged material for material!

I am from the last Soviet generation, the beginning of the 1980's. Generations of those who, at least vaguely, had time to remember that special feeling of communion with a common Idea and the desire to live not only for their own sake. This we have successfully taught to be ashamed of their stories. And if the Idea does not appear again, then those who are after us will be taught to hate their History.
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  1. JoylyRoger
    JoylyRoger April 11 2014 08: 03
    +8
    The idea is already visible on the horizon. The article and the author are a huge plus!
    1. maks-101
      maks-101 April 11 2014 08: 10
      +14
      What will hate the USSR
      it’s not necessary that everything is compared so critically and many have realized that under the USSR they lived better than now and this is in Europe
      1. mongoose
        mongoose April 11 2014 08: 49
        -34%
        The Soviet Union must be hated primarily because, for the sake of the Jewish international, they cut Russia into pieces!
        ukroina evidence of this
        1. Andrey Yuryevich
          Andrey Yuryevich April 11 2014 10: 19
          +8
          Quote: mongoose
          The Soviet Union must be hated primarily because, for the sake of the Jewish international, they cut Russia into pieces!
          ukroina evidence of this

          fool you are not a mongoose, you are a skunk ...
          1. mongoose
            mongoose April 11 2014 11: 26
            -14%
            no, I'm a Russian person, and you are a servant of the Marxists
            1. inkass_98
              inkass_98 April 11 2014 12: 47
              +5
              Quote: mongoose
              no, I'm a Russian person, and you are a servant of the Marxists

              Somehow, everything is simple with you: the Jewish Masons seized everything, then divided all Russia for the sake of the Jewish international, and then they seized power again, only in Russia. I do not want to swear and get personal, but it is against people like you that this article was written.
              I do not know what the author is ashamed of in conversation with friends about the USSR; I have nothing to be ashamed of. I lived and studied in a great country, but I had to work in another. But this other country has the opportunity to become the same, or even a greater country, as the USSR we lost.
              1. mongoose
                mongoose April 11 2014 21: 04
                0
                apparently for you the Jewish Bolshevik aristocracy did not exist? by the way Lera Novodvorskaya, Bukovsky, Gaidar and other her heirs
          2. avg
            avg April 11 2014 11: 38
            +4
            It has been successfully taught us to be ashamed of our History. And if the Idea does not appear again, then those after us will be taught to hate their History.

            Right now, and not only here, but in many countries, they are beginning to understand that they have lost. And you need something, "not in the conservatory," but to correct your worldview. For example, even my younger grandchildren sing "Victory Day" and beat the Nazis with a laser.
        2. mvv
          mvv April 11 2014 11: 43
          +2
          correctly! man to man is a wolf! kill the scoop in yourself! give social Darwinism!
          ugh, disgusting ....
        3. CALL.
          CALL. April 11 2014 12: 05
          +1
          Quote: mongoose
          The Soviet Union must be hated primarily because, for the sake of the Jewish international, they cut Russia into pieces! ukroina evidence of this

          Here you still need to separate the kittens from the cutlets. And for this you need to understand. Marx wrote a program thanks to which the revolutionaries destroyed Russian statehood. Yes, a time bomb, was laid when they divided the Empire into natskuski. This suggests that this backstage has been planned for centuries. Stalin and his associates broke them. That is why they hate him so much. In general, liberal dishonesty is like a truth detector. The worse, they relate to some kind of public figure, the more we need to respect and study his activities and vice versa.
          1. DimychDV
            DimychDV April 13 2014 04: 16
            0
            I don’t know how backstage, and the three European empires from the 17th century after each war divided every conquered people into two or three pieces. To prevent national hatred from drying out the source of war, so as not to look for a long time a new reason to fight. Looking at the map of the Caucasus, it sometimes seems to me that Stalin also learned this art from them. Or maybe I'm wrong, just in the mountains in each gorge - your own people, language and faith, and rightly combining them into something vital was a difficult task, even if before the war the rebellions broke out in the same Chechnya.
            Civilization is an easy touch of silver pollen on top of a sooo gray brain substance that has been grown for tens of thousands of years on conditioned reflexes and instincts of the struggle for existence.
            They say that recently Rothschild (or maybe Rockefeller, I'm confusing them) was asked if it was true that he was the king of the Jews. He objected: "No, I am a Jew of kings." That is, the usurer of the ruling elites. Not only their rulers are credited with him. But some are OUR. It is possible that ALL authorities are financed from the same wallets. Both of them play their chess game on this green casino field. And our supporters and their opponents pour blood each other on the cobblestone squares.
            Religion decides a lot, but not all. Money rules much more. Today I watched the plot, how honest Ukrainians, portraying a righteous people, organized a hysteria in Kharkov at the Russian consulate, and supporters of federalization opposed them and stood by the defense group at the gates. So, pro-Russian Kharkivites soon after the action caught these HONEST Ukrainians crowding around the bank for the money they spent. People go to work: do not like Russians? Do it not for free. Does it matter to you Russians or Ukrainians? Do you care about the money either? Well, let's get together and practice the brutality of the face and syllable ...
      2. acute
        acute April 11 2014 09: 02
        +12
        In the material plane they lived worse, but in the human plane (culture, tolerance, education, law-abiding, confidence in the future, etc.) is incomparably better, more correct, more honest.
        1. rkkasa xnumx
          rkkasa xnumx April 11 2014 13: 18
          +2
          Quote: akut
          In material terms, they lived worse


          They lived no worse, but in a different way than in the USA or Zap.Europe. There were pluses - affordable education, medicine, leisure, housing - and affordable for EVERYONE. There were also disadvantages - a shortage or not the best quality of some goods and services - but these disadvantages were mostly explainable and justified. Firstly, the USSR had very difficult starting conditions; secondly, too much effort was spent on defending the independence of our country. Over time, the Soviet Union would be able to improve the situation with the minuses, but did not have time - it lost in the Cold War. Here we must pay tribute to the WEST - its leaders were firmer, smarter, more cunning and among them there were fewer traitors.
    2. Sunjar
      Sunjar April 11 2014 09: 03
      +3
      Quote: author
      How is it that we are ashamed of the Great History of our Country?


      You need to ask your parents. After all, the main education comes from them. But it’s not going to sit down, it’s even worse - you will be brought up by a yard, a school (where you need obedient and unbridled teachers - loyal in a word), a TV in which your people and your history are blackened with tar.

      Think about it when you (I appeal to the whole VO community) didn’t even know how to talk, and your parents already said how good it is in the West, that it turns out that we did the wrong thing in the war, who you will grow up then.

      My parents taught me from childhood to love their homeland, to love the past of their homeland, to respect the elderly, to protect those who are weaker than me, if it comes to your honor not to be afraid to fight a stronger opponent. And this despite the fact that we then lived poorly, and even now my parents do not live very richly. As I can, I help, he is also not an oligarch.

      Here is the answer to where your legs grow from. I repeat if parents bring up accordingly, against their country - this is where people grow up stigmatizing Russia in all mortal sins and praising the West, and if they do not bring up at all, then even worse.
      1. olegglin
        olegglin April 11 2014 10: 52
        +6
        The song is heard in a new way:
        "Song of the War" of the Alma-Ata rock group "Motor-Roller". In June 2010, "Song of the War" won the All-Russian interregional multimedia competition "One for All" dedicated to the 65th anniversary of the Great Victory.
        1. HAM
          HAM April 11 2014 12: 19
          0
          Thanks, skinte video on 62.ua, maybe at least someone will think there.
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    4. invisibility
      invisibility April 11 2014 10: 58
      +5
      Not when in my life, not a second I was ashamed of my Motherland, the USSR! The Motherland, which brought me up, gave a free education, which is called a ticket to life! Just the opposite, I am bursting with pride that I am the heir to that Greatest the generation that created the Great Power!
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  2. hhhhhhh
    hhhhhhh April 11 2014 08: 08
    +1
    I really agree.
  3. Good cat
    Good cat April 11 2014 08: 10
    +10
    We exchanged an interesting life for jeans, "chewing gum" and sneakers, now we cut ourselves off for loans and mortgages
    1. Stanislas
      Stanislas April 11 2014 11: 48
      +1
      Quote: Good cat
      Traded an interesting life for jeans, chewing gum and sneakers
      German sociologist, philosopher E. Fromm described this difference long ago in his work "TO HAVE or BE?"
      According to Fromm, the capitalist economic system is guided in its development not by the genuine interests of man, but by its own systemic needs. As a result, the socio-economic conditions of capitalism form an individual adapted to them - selfish, selfish and greedy. According to Fromm, the character traits of a person generated by the socio-economic system of capitalism are pathogenic and, as a result, form a sick person and, consequently, a sick society.
      Today they are trying to impress the West that all the actions of their authorities (and therefore the citizens who choose and support this power) are aimed at BEING a world leader in freedom, enlightenment, etc., although the ears of their own mercenary interests stick out behind their actions. The Union also had similar propaganda, but the USSR itself was designed so that we could HAVE basically the same or comparable salaries, apartments, cars, clothes and food; they did not express our individuality, were accessible to the majority, therefore the Soviet youth was more eager to BE astronauts, good doctors, athletes, drivers, etc. The state provided a free opportunity to learn this. The difference between a good and a bad specialist was incomparably greater than the difference between a rich and a poor, here you could search and manifest yourself. Then they began to inspire us that we can show our individuality by purchasing multi-colored removable panels on a cell phone.
  4. saag
    saag April 11 2014 08: 14
    +14
    The USSR was hated because it had huge sales markets within the country, for the idea of ​​rallying the people, for the vast territory, for possessing minerals, for the army was strong with it, for all the good things in general
    1. Revolver
      Revolver April 11 2014 09: 08
      0
      Quote: saag
      The USSR was hated because it had huge sales markets within the country, for the idea of ​​rallying the people, for the vast territory, for possessing minerals, for the army was strong with it, for all the good things in general

      Great looks better at a distance, even if this distance is measured in kilometers or years. And near, the gaze spreads to the little things, often very unsightly.
  5. made13
    made13 April 11 2014 08: 16
    +4
    The main thing is that we should not be brought new beads ...
    1. understudy
      understudy April 11 2014 11: 39
      0
      Beads are no longer relevant. Liberals love to correlate the "good" life under capitalism with the number of cars on the streets. In principle, the same, but in a different package.
  6. Name
    Name April 11 2014 08: 16
    +8
    Why, then, they will hate the USSR ... they already hate it! A whole generation has grown up in hatred of our Great Motherland ... School, the presentation of distorted facts as truth - that’s the whole misfortune:Ukrainian history textbooks, according to which students studied in Crimea, tell children that the Great Patriotic War was the struggle of the Soviet Union for world domination and had nothing to do with Ukraine, said Alexander Chubaryan, Academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Director of the Institute of General History of the Russian Academy of Sciences ..."I looked at the history textbooks, which they studied in Crimea, they are all in Russian, but they make a very disturbing impression. There is a huge section - the Ukrainian revolution, from 13 to 17 years, which was spoiled by Moscow. Secondly, almost a third of the textbook - theoretical part for pupils of grades 8-9, which tells what a nation, nationality is. That is, this element of the formation of national consciousness, but completely engaged in order to finish the existence of the Ukrainian nation "- noted academician.
    1. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich April 11 2014 10: 30
      +2
      Quote: name
      Why, then, they will hate the USSR ... they already hate it! A whole generation has grown up on hatred of our Great Homeland ... School, presenting distorted facts as truth - that’s the whole point: Ukrainian history textbooks, which schoolchildren studied in Crimea, tell children that the Great Patriotic War was the struggle of the Soviet Union for domination in the world

      in Russia itself, the young generation, obsessed with liberal television, no less hates their country, believe me .. just go over the dumb and childish comments on the news years, but at least on the scrambler! Russia’s hobbies are there and they support banderlogs! and the bulk of it is not overseas downs, but our children, the late nineties.
  7. vlaso
    vlaso April 11 2014 08: 16
    0
    Such is a man who loves everything beautiful, brilliant. But he does not like to use his brains.
  8. Soldier
    Soldier April 11 2014 08: 17
    +23
    I’m not ashamed of my story according to several criteria. I’m not ashamed of my story. Maybe because I’m not an IT specialist, but a boot, in life. And for me, the external attributes of success are secondary? And sincerely was not happy about the new iPhone, and when Crimea became OUR. I hope I’m not the only one frozen in the USSR, and not only I have the concept of Homeland.
    1. saag
      saag April 11 2014 08: 54
      +5
      Well, I don’t know, I’m an IT specialist, and I’m not ashamed of the USSR in any way, on the contrary, I think this is the best time in some respects :-)
    2. Warlock_r
      Warlock_r April 11 2014 10: 10
      +4
      I, too, can attribute myself to both IT specialists and non-IT specialists - but I, too, am not ashamed that I was born in the USSR. I always and everywhere say that I was born in Leningrad.
  9. dimdimich71
    dimdimich71 April 11 2014 08: 26
    +9
    Look, envy - I am a citizen of the Soviet Union!
  10. sso-xnumx
    sso-xnumx April 11 2014 08: 27
    +8
    If you were taught to be ashamed of your history, then you should be ashamed of your shame ...
    There are many glorious pages in Russian history, and the Soviet period, no matter how it was considered in the West, with all its shortcomings, was the best after the period of Catherine the Great. Yes, we didn’t succeed with consumer and other household goods, BUT !, people studied, worked, worked, lived with confidence in the future, that is, they lived with everything that any normal person dreams of! And the Western leadership naturally did not like this illustrative example, when a person formally being in the framework of law established by law, first of all lived according to moral laws and thought in moral categories, and this is the very freedom of the soul about which they kept repeating and did everything to etch it from the souls and thoughts of the European and American people. IT'S EASY TO MANAGE WHEN IT IT IS INAUDLESS AND LAWFUL BEFORE EVERYTHING LEGALLY, NOT MORAL ....
    PS I personally have always been proud of my country - the USSR - so that they would not talk about it, but now I am ashamed of our people, who voluntarily give themselves up to fool ...
    I have the honor!
    1. skifd
      skifd April 11 2014 08: 38
      +1
      Quote: sso-250659
      PS I personally have always been proud of my country - the USSR - so that they would not talk about it, but now I am ashamed of our people, who voluntarily give themselves up to fool ...
      I have the honor!


      + + + + + + + + + hi
  11. VNP1958PVN
    VNP1958PVN April 11 2014 08: 28
    +4
    The USSR will be remembered with sadness. with a smile and sadness, we changed such a country for Coca-Cola and chewing gum! am
  12. Pastor
    Pastor April 11 2014 08: 30
    +4
    Quote: Armeec
    I hope I’m not the only one, frozen in the USSR, and not only I have the concept of Homeland

    unequivocally, in the USSR there was a lot of good things, to take also education, all kinds of movements, such as Timurovets, helping lonely old people .. DOSAAF school, and many others ..
  13. Ruswolf
    Ruswolf April 11 2014 08: 33
    +5
    And who says that we are ashamed of history, of which we ourselves were part and created it!
    Shame should be those who forgot it or simply do not want to remember, those who changed their views, for the sake of foreign trinkets.
    I think that if you ask any normal person how he would live if he had a chance to return everything, the answer will be: SAME, because this is my life!
    We built, defended, raised children - this is the story! To reject it or to be shy is to reject and feel shy yourself!
  14. dr.Bo
    dr.Bo April 11 2014 08: 35
    +5
    The majority - who come from the USSR, regret the collapse of our Great country, and new "values" will die off by themselves, everything depends on us. Raising children is the foundation!
  15. Giant thought
    Giant thought April 11 2014 08: 39
    +4
    This is someone brought up! And who will bring up their children. This is the result. As a rule, of great importance in the upbringing of children is their communication with grandparents. Right now, more and more Soviet people will begin to retire and tell grandchildren tales, including socialism (in the form of a fairy tale) with free education, treatment, how the state provided apartments for free, and penny communal prices. Then we’ll see how the younger generation develops their attitude towards the Soviet Union.
  16. shitovmg
    shitovmg April 11 2014 08: 44
    +8
    I am proud of my Motherland, the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics! I am proud of my grandfather, who defended Moscow in the 41st, proud of the fact that he was an October student, a pioneer and did not leave the Komsomol when it became fashionable! I am proud of the construction teams and our ordinary people, worthy citizens of their Great Motherland! There was a wrong side, but this is also my homeland - the USSR !!!
    1. Saratoga833
      Saratoga833 April 11 2014 10: 10
      +2
      You need to know your history! The history of Russia was repeatedly "corrected" to please one or another ruler. And know history with all its convolutions and squiggles. Once our correspondent, being in Italy, in Rome, was surprised by the presence of a monument to Mussolini. He asked ordinary Italian passers-by why this monument would not be demolished. To this he was told that yes, Mussolini was a bad person, but THIS IS OUR STORY!
  17. Ilja 22
    Ilja 22 April 11 2014 08: 46
    +3
    Even now, few still realize the charm of Western shit democracy, which sailed to us in dazzling ships, as the author put it,
    And indeed, there were other people, those generations for me were and will be a role model, personifying humanity, kindness, hard work! Now the intervention of the West is more and more visible, the younger, the more ..
  18. Alex66
    Alex66 April 11 2014 08: 48
    +8
    The USSR is hated for an IDEA that united nations into a fist that crushed the Nazis, which the Americans did not dare run into, starting a new war with us. The idea is here before us, but we do not want to see it, we hate those minor flaws in it, we cling to its shortcomings, and these shortcomings have nothing to do with it. We just need to take that diamond from the mud that we trampled into the mud to clean it and cut and shine this diamond will eclipse all the beads that we were bred with. Well, what are we waiting for mercy from the West, we need to take everything into our own hands and not rely on anyone.
  19. fregina1
    fregina1 April 11 2014 08: 53
    +4
    Someday the period more than 20 years after the collapse in history will be called the "Second Troubles"! Yeltsin will become "Bloody Boris"! Gorbachev will become a figure like Trotsky! Many things will become visible differently! And no matter how someone treats Putin, and whatever happens next, the Russian people will remember the reunification of Crimea with Russia! The same thing will happen in the future with Odessa, Kharkov and Nikolaev! I'm not talking about Donetsk and Lugansk! The time has come to collect land, and those who stand in the way of this process may in one "not beautiful, last moment, when they" paint their forehead with green color "understand that it is impossible for a jackal to stand in the way of a bear waking up from hibernation and hungry to its status! And then jackals will envy the dead!
  20. kimanas
    kimanas April 11 2014 08: 55
    -9
    That none of you remembered the lines, coupons, rudeness of merchants. When, after working for a great idea, people rested in search of products for the holiday.
    1. mamont5
      mamont5 April 11 2014 09: 00
      +1
      Quote: kimanas
      That none of you remembered the lines, coupons, rudeness of merchants. When, after working for a great idea, people rested in search of products for the holiday.


      It was all right. But it was good too. No need to return the former. We must build a new one, our own, taking into account all the old values.
    2. Soldier
      Soldier April 11 2014 09: 04
      +10
      Dear, what do you poke your nose at ,, coupons ,, Don’t confuse the whole history of the USSR and the short period of Judge Gorbi. In addition, a little thinking person is well aware that all these coupons and other ,, costs of restructuring ,, there was nothing but a directed sabotage to destroy the socialist system. There is no need to simultaneously close all the confectionery factories on the territory of the Union for repair, for example, and the goal is simple. First, do not let the people gobble, then blame the party for the snickering party, then show ,, heavenly and well-fed life of the West ,, .. Continue further ???
      1. Ruswolf
        Ruswolf April 11 2014 11: 58
        +2
        Soldier
        Dear, what do you poke your nose at ,, coupons ,,

        Alexander!
        "+" 100%
        Under the USSR, 1946 cards were canceled and prices dropped every year.
        And if there was a deficit, then they ate natural, and not as it is now and how the whole of Europe eats
        The flavoring agent is identical to natural, a thickener, a stabilizer, E262 and so on.
        Or advertising: So a real sausage should smell ... is that what? fake!
        Is there more meat in our sausage?
        Tangerine juice, composition: Apple juice, corrected water, Flavoring and so on!
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      3. kimanas
        kimanas April 24 2014 13: 01
        0
        Coupons did not begin during perestroika, but much earlier in the early 80s, the Brezhnev coupons may not have been in Moscow, and a classroom handing them to us in the provinces was a lesson.
    3. kirpich
      kirpich April 11 2014 09: 26
      +6
      Well, why, remember. We remember who started it (M.S. Gorbachev), we remember who continued his work (B.N. Yeltsin). We remember this, but remember the years before them. When the GREAT POWER was created and flourished, which respected all over the world.
      kimanas, do you have enough products without GMOs right now? Enough clothes? Can you be sure that you will have work tomorrow? Or maybe you go to the resorts every year?
      There were organic products in the USSR. There was plenty to put on. There was enough money for resorts and for trips anywhere and vice versa. People knew that they had stable jobs and a well-provided pension. Now the generation of the 50-60s is not sure of anything. Either to buy food for a salary / pension, or to pay for housing, or to get dressed, put on shoes.
    4. Saratoga833
      Saratoga833 April 11 2014 10: 47
      0
      Look at the post above! "Alex66". Take a good look!
    5. washi
      washi April 11 2014 10: 49
      +1
      Quote: kimanas
      That none of you remembered the lines, coupons, rudeness of merchants. When, after working for a great idea, people rested in search of products for the holiday.

      And you can recall the clogged counters at the temporary detention center and the regular increase in salaries, not Trotsky’s subsequent ruling after him and leading the country to these very queues.
      Yes, and queues, and coupons were not in all regions. Much depended on local leaders.
  21. mamont5
    mamont5 April 11 2014 08: 58
    +2
    "We, as aborigines who lived in the world of ourselves, accepted with smiles and delight the ships of democracy with the sparkling beads of Western civilization. With the values ​​there. And it doesn't matter that they were empty for us, but they sparkled much brighter than ours!"

    Yes, it seems that the democracies of Western and dermocratic values ​​have ate too. Enough! You have to build your own. With your values.
  22. Dragon-y
    Dragon-y April 11 2014 09: 03
    +1
    It is a pity, the Soviet passport was taken during the exchange ... If only the cover was left - as a souvenir.
    1. koksalek
      koksalek April 11 2014 09: 20
      +5
      I still use the cover I purchased for my 18th birthday (and not, it seems, for my 16th birthday) for my passport in the late 70s. Yellow, with a coat of arms on it, there are still traces of a fountain pen, then they liked to "paint" the covers.
      On the topic - we were then strong in spirit, now consumerism over spirit began to prevail
  23. Docent1984
    Docent1984 April 11 2014 09: 04
    +3
    The USSR, Russia, no matter what they call it — they hated and will always hate. Because they are weaker. They cannot do what we do. This is envy multiplied by the age-old inferiority complex. There are no options.
  24. Name
    Name April 11 2014 09: 04
    +1
    You can relate to Mikhalkov in different ways, but the following seems to me worth looking at:
    1. siberalt
      siberalt April 11 2014 10: 56
      +3
      Mikhalkov always adjusts - keeps his nose in the wind. If President Medvedev would read other letters. Somehow his gut does not correspond to the role. Here it is his conscience on the suspenders. laughing

      http://topwar.ru/uploads/images/2014/412/hneu712.jpg
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    3. bigELDAK
      bigELDAK April 11 2014 11: 34
      0
      In a word, well, no for 23g. ELITES in the Ukrainian swamp.
  25. acute
    acute April 11 2014 09: 07
    +4
    Quote: mongoose
    The Soviet Union must be hated primarily because, for the sake of the Jewish international, they cut Russia into pieces!
    ukroina evidence of this

    The USSR for hating it is the same as hating Australia for the outbreak of World War II. The collapse of the USSR is a long-playing plan for the United States and the greed of those in power in our country
  26. Artem1967
    Artem1967 April 11 2014 09: 35
    +3
    Personally, I hate and will hate those who ruined the USSR.
  27. dikir-77
    dikir-77 April 11 2014 09: 36
    +1
    The more time passes after the USSR, the more it is idealized. It’s like in youth and the girls were more beautiful and the air is sweeter.
    I specially read the thoughts and diaries of people of the 60-70s, written just then, pretty much everything is ordinary and the same, as now, thoughts about just life. The difference in scale: they used to save for a refrigerator, now for a car.
    I will not and do not seek to reproach the USSR, but I also do not want to present it white and fluffy. For me, then and now there was a lot of good and bad. It was completely different, just different and it is not correct to compare with today.
    The USSR did not pass the test of time and therefore, "not everything was going well in the Danish kingdom."
    On the other hand, it lasted several generations, and so much in it was correct.
    My opinion: do not nostalgic for the USSR, just gratefully remember him, remember his victories, but do not return and do not restore.
    Draw conclusions about his mistakes and advantages, and build a new one, taking into account the past.
    1. acute
      acute April 11 2014 12: 12
      +1
      You are distinguished from us by this, that somewhere you heard and read something, but did not live. And the difference is not in the scale of the purchase (you are just from another time), but in what people lived. And do not you judge passed the USSR test of time or not. These people who came to power decided that they should live well now, and they did not give a damn about others. They sold and plundered this country, and we will see how long this regime lasts. In Ukraine, a quarter century did not hold out. And not only not to Ukraine. Nationalization is coming, the end of the era of oligarchy and unbridled worship of the golden calf, as well as the realization of who your friend and brother are
  28. their
    their April 11 2014 10: 25
    -2
    The USSR is my homeland, which the Zionists destroyed as well as the Russian Empire. It is necessary to reunite all the fraternal historical peoples in the new USSR, in which there will be human values, justice above the desire for profit and selfishness.

    There is no former homeland!
  29. cerbuk6155
    cerbuk6155 April 11 2014 10: 25
    +3
    Quote: kimanas
    That none of you remembered the lines, coupons, rudeness of merchants. When, after working for a great idea, people rested in search of products for the holiday.

    I remind you who does not know that all this was done SPECIALLY. And what do you think of the USSR to break up just like that. And it was not a soldier or a worker who betrayed her, but a guarantor from the people. And the products were specially removed from the shelves. I LOVED THE USSR AND LOVE. And the rest is all the slander of enemies who can’t do anything else. fool
    1. Docent1984
      Docent1984 April 11 2014 11: 03
      +1
      My wife's grandmother remembers very well the mid-50s, when the bald mistake of nature came to power. I quote her words: “Until the 56th vein, we were very good at, did not know what problems with food and goods in general were. Everything could be bought in the store and on the market at a normal price. counters, as if in a wave. And already in the summer there was a total shortage. "
  30. Kuvabatake
    Kuvabatake April 11 2014 10: 47
    +2
    For me there was always one concept - there are no nations, a Ukrainian is Ukrainian because he lives in Ukraine, Kazakh in Kazakhstan. And the rest is fascism ...
    1. their
      their April 11 2014 10: 54
      +2
      Ukrainian Russian, Kazakh Russian, Jewish Russian, Tatar Russian - we are all part of the Russian world, a common culture, and the Russian language.
      1. mongoose
        mongoose April 11 2014 11: 28
        -4
        and where is Russian-Russian? type it is not?
        1. Sma11
          Sma11 April 11 2014 13: 12
          0
          no, I'm a Russian person, and you are a servant of the Marxists


          Get sick, don't make people nervous
          1. mongoose
            mongoose April 11 2014 21: 07
            -1
            another victim of "internationalism"
  31. Soviet_Union
    Soviet_Union April 11 2014 11: 28
    +2
    The author is right. At first there was a feeling, so, at the level of sensations: something was wrong, well, we are not moving into bright capitalism, we are marking time. We stumble, look for the guilty, swarm around in all this shit like worms. And now these feelings have turned into confidence - we are impudently raped.
  32. Gorinich
    Gorinich April 11 2014 14: 18
    0
    For some reason, no one remembered that a high standard of living in the West was done specifically to kill in the bud, to discredit the idea of ​​a social state.
  33. Kolyan 2
    Kolyan 2 April 11 2014 16: 38
    +1
    Quote: olegglin
    The song is heard in a new way:
    "Song of the War" of the Alma-Ata rock group "Motor-Roller". In June 2010, "Song of the War" won the All-Russian interregional multimedia competition "One for All" dedicated to the 65th anniversary of the Great Victory.

    Mentally hi
    1. mongoose
      mongoose April 11 2014 21: 09
      -2
      the best I've seen in many years
  34. Baikal
    April 12 2014 09: 08
    +1
    Thanks for the feedback.
    He wrote what he saw and how he saw it.
    Let us believe that in the new world, Russia, taking into account experience and history, will still show itself as the leader of a new, so necessary world, a new course of justice and law.
    Good luck to everyone! wink