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"Davai Volodia!" or Putin as Louis XIV of the French unconscious

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"Davai Volodia!" or Putin as Louis XIV of the French unconscious



French journalists in a slight bewilderment. As the Ukrainian crisis grows, the mood of their readership becomes more pro-Putin. Any material about what is happening in Eastern Europe, whether it is an ordinary informational message, or an analytical article, collects on the websites of the largest publications an unprecedented number of radical comments glorifying the political “genius” of the Kremlin sovereign.
Here are the comments on news about the first victims of the confrontation in Slavyansk, published on Sunday on the website of the newspaper Le Figaro.

"Now Putin has every right to intervene. And he will not keep himself waiting."

"The West is a miserable loser who adds fuel to the flames of democratic and legitimate demonstrations. I am ashamed that I am a citizen of a NATO member country."

"It's funny ... When pro-European forces are outraged is good. When pro-Russian are outraged is bad. Sleep, dear citizens ... sleep."

"Europe can congratulate itself on the Eastern front and in the connivance of the United States, who think only of" grandmas "and shout at the same time about freedom and democracy. The spiral of violence is untwisted and ends in disaster, unless the people of the two countries are smarter than their rulers ".

"Some deserve to be taught a good lesson. Come on, Volodya!" (the last phrase in the original is written in Latin letters in Russian - "Davai Volodia!")

A few dozen comments - one expressing condolences to the families of the victims, and one calling for the raising of NATO aircraft and the bombing of Russian Tanks. All the rest are approximately in the same vein as those quoted above.

"Figaro" - newspaper right. And its audience is appropriate. And since the Soviet times, the French Gaullists have been suspected of sympathizing with the Kremlin. But the left "Liberation" publishes the material under the heading, involuntarily prompting the reader to the correct answer: "Is Moscow's hand behind the flash of aggression in Ukraine?". Here the balance of power of online commentators is about fifty to fifty.

"The hand of Moscow? The West has no evidence. And don't the American and European secret services work there all the time?"

"The West has missed this Ukrainian mess and now Putin will give them all a boomerang effect."

"- Why does this question mark in the title? Do you have doubts about Putin’s involvement? Or are you nostalgic about" Great Russia?

- Both."

Political analyst Pierre-Henri d'Argenson from the University of Paris Sciences Po, who was interviewed by Figaro, considers something surprising. “In fact, it’s not so much the number of“ pro-Russian ”comments,” he says, “as the unconscious refusal of many French to succumb to a media injection that represents Putin’s Russia as an evil empire. This is a new intellectual rebellion that reveals a deep rejection of the dominant ideological order. Internet makes this rebellion of free expression of opinions more accessible. In the coming years, we will see how this suspicious attitude towards "obligatory thoughts" on one or another occasion will acquire more and more historical character. "

According to surveys, only 14 percent of the French in general have a positive attitude towards the activities of Vladimir Putin (data from the middle of January at the BVA Sociological Institute). However, from the same poll it follows that, experiencing hostility and fear as leader of Russia to Vladimir Putin, the majority of citizens of the Fifth Republic would not mind at all if such a leader would lead their country. 72 percent of the French consider it full of energy. 56 percent sure that he skillfully protects the interests of his people. 60 percent believe that under the leadership of Putin, Russia will become an increasingly powerful power.

Compare this data with a survey published last Sunday about the popularity of Francois Hollande (18’s total support percent, the lowest for all history country result), and much will become clear. The French, who even voted for him two years ago, are increasingly calling their “normal president” half-man, rohley and impotent.

“Here, of course, there is an element of seduction by the character’s“ masculinity ”, continues political analyst Pierre-Henri d'Argenton.“ It’s a mixture of composure and militant audacity. But the deep reason is still different. The collective unconscious of the French catches in the image of Vladimir Putin that then from Louis XIV. Absolute monarch. Authoritarian, but able to protect the Russian people from the powerful. French mainstream media does not understand this. When Putin orders to arrest Mikhail Khodorkovsky, it involuntarily resembles , as Louis XIV ordered the arrest of Fouquet (one of the richest people in France and the Minister of Finance under Louis XIV. - AB) This is tyranny, but the people see their interest in what is happening: if the king is able to depose the powerful of the world, then he can protect the interests of ordinary people. "
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  1. mig31
    mig31 April 23 2014 06: 46
    +15
    "Davai Volodia!", Sleepy Europe wakes up ...
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    2. Canep
      Canep April 23 2014 07: 16
      +19
      There is a pattern, Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Azerbaijan, and Turkmenistan are leaders in living standards in the former USSR, and in all these countries there is a strong leader. I do not take into account the Baltic states; they have half of the country's income generated in Western Europe. And given that in Belarus there is no oil or gas, it turns out Old Man is the most effective president.
    3. mejik
      mejik April 23 2014 08: 00
      +1
      Quote: mig31
      "Davai Volodia!"


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  2. Igor39
    Igor39 April 23 2014 06: 48
    +9
    Cossacks though fagots but black from white can distinguish.
    1. sergey32
      sergey32 April 23 2014 06: 59
      +18
      Not all French fagots. But in power, yes, and behave accordingly. The people are sick of it.
      1. Alexander Romanov
        Alexander Romanov April 23 2014 07: 09
        +7
        Quote: sergey32
        Not all French fagots. But in power, yes, and behave accordingly.

        Hollande had a legalization program for same-sex marriage and most supported him.
      2. Alez
        Alez April 23 2014 07: 18
        +14
        Not all French fagots, but their entire government is a bunch of fagots. We’ll wait until Marie Lee Pen comes to power.
        1. Kazanec
          Kazanec April 23 2014 07: 39
          +5
          She will surely not be a fagot :) In general, judging by her statements, she’s a normal aunt, they’d have a quicker election, otherwise their last two presidents ... some people are shameless and Russophobes :)
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        3. matross
          matross April 23 2014 07: 50
          +1
          Quote: Alez
          We’ll wait until Marie Lee Pen comes to power.

          Everyone is so dreaming that she will come to power, as if what is good for France is good for Russia. Directly our agent in the camp of the enemy! The EU will collapse and France will withdraw from NATO and join the Customs Union! Dreaming!
          By the way, it would be nice to be able to spell her name correctly ...
        4. GRune
          GRune April 23 2014 08: 54
          0
          Marie forward! This lady in 5 years will set them the heat! Oh, hurry ...
        5. sso-xnumx
          sso-xnumx April 23 2014 08: 56
          0
          Yes! Better yet another "iron madam" in the European government than a bunch of pedognomists in the European Parliament. You look, and the rest of Marina's girlfriends will catch up.
    2. mad
      mad April 23 2014 07: 01
      +2
      Correct white from black wassat
    3. ya.seliwerstov2013
      ya.seliwerstov2013 April 23 2014 07: 06
      +4
      Fill the truth with gold, trample it in the mud, but it will still come out ..
    4. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov April 23 2014 07: 08
      +2
      Quote: Igor39
      Cossacks though fagots but black from white can distinguish.

      This is probably why they choose between one black and another in the elections.
    5. yuliatreb
      yuliatreb April 23 2014 07: 31
      +6
      Why did the French become fagots, what did you highlight. In Europe, the French, the very correctly oriented nation and homosexuality there are also not welcomed here, as with us, and as for the political orientation, the author is already right here. The media is processed and tuned by the people in a way that is beneficial to the country's leadership, and the country's leadership is pro-American imhtopent and also passive.
      1. Igor39
        Igor39 April 23 2014 09: 51
        +1
        for example, custodians
    6. DON-100
      DON-100 April 23 2014 11: 52
      +3
      Calling entire nations fagots is utter nonsense. When the law was adopted on geybraki, in France, hundreds of thousands of people went to rallies and demonstrations of protest. Yes, in Russia there are no less fagots than in France, how many p ... donors and p ... pre-porous in the show business of Russia, something does not bother anyone and no one protests, on the contrary, their concerts go in droves, you have to look at yourself first .
      1. takha51
        takha51 April 24 2014 23: 28
        0
        Promiscuity thrives on idleness and idleness ... and ancient Rome sunk into the summer, incl. due to prosperous debauchery ..
  3. NIVH
    NIVH April 23 2014 06: 54
    +19
    The French missed the firm hand of Charles de Gaulle. Tired of all sorts of Hollande and Sarkozy there. They don’t have a real president - they’re compared, they’re envious ...
    1. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich April 23 2014 07: 04
      +6
      Quote: NIVH
      The French missed the firm hand of Charles de Gaulle. Tired of all sorts of Hollande and Sarkozy there. They don’t have a real president - they’re compared, they’re envious ...

      absolutely to the point. + hi
    2. sso-xnumx
      sso-xnumx April 23 2014 09: 01
      +2
      Throw them into theirs tyrnet x / f "Normandie-Niemen" with dubbing in French, and even a couple of films about the war with the participation of the French the same "Skylark" for example, you look at something and jump out, some kind of pride and wake up .. ...
    3. koshh
      koshh April 23 2014 09: 13
      +3
      Quote: NIVH
      The French missed the firm hand of Charles de Gaulle.


      Indeed, a powerful man was. Under his rule, France withdrew from NATO and, if he had been alive, would never have joined the EU.
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  5. Alez
    Alez April 23 2014 06: 58
    +6
    It's only the beginning. There is no Stalin on them. Decaying West.
  6. mamont5
    mamont5 April 23 2014 07: 07
    +3
    All is correct. Europe is waking up. There it is also necessary to drive a wedge, splitting the West. It is necessary to tear Europe from the United States, leaving the amers in isolation.

    “It’s not so much the number of 'pro-Russian' comments that is striking,” he says, “but the unconscious refusal of many French people to succumb to media injection portraying Putin's Russia as an evil empire. It is a new intellectual revolt that reveals a deep rejection of the dominant ideological order. The Internet is making this rebellion of free expression more accessible. "

    All is correct. Glory to the Internet! The Internet can not only provoke color revolutions, but it can also serve as an instrument of opposition to the official media, which we see in the West. Despite the actively promoted point of view of officialdom, the real picture is gradually emerging in the eyes of ordinary people in the world.

    In fact, the United States even got its allies in the EU, which also begin to go against the will of their hegemon.
    "For the sake of a joint fight against Islamic extremism, the West must cooperate with Russia, despite the differences over Ukraine," said former British Prime Minister Tony Blair.
    http://russian.rt.com/article/28934
  7. ambiorix
    ambiorix April 23 2014 07: 09
    +9
    During the Iron Curtain and the Cold War, it was possible to calmly feed the western inhabitant with fairy tales about the Gulag, the Prison of Nations, the Evil Empire.
    And now in the era of globalism, the Internet, tourism is no longer coming. p.indosnya with their mongrel in mourning - cheap stunts from the Cold War do not work (((((((
  8. ia-ai00
    ia-ai00 April 23 2014 07: 09
    +4
    As the Ukrainian crisis grows, the mood of their readers becomes more pro-Putin.

    I think that the more MayDowns rage, the more people in the world will be pro-Putin. In the end, "the earth uses rumors," and even with the presence of the Internet and satellite television, people are able to see all sides of the "coin" and draw a conclusion - "who is who", despite the anti-Russian propaganda conducted by the governments of NATO member countries and The United States, perverting facts and shifting the blame on sick heads on healthy.
  9. Sergey Sitnikov
    Sergey Sitnikov April 23 2014 07: 09
    +3
    ))))) The EU wig is full of lice, and they already put off the nits - pediculosis, here’s the diagnosis of the old world
  10. johnsnz
    johnsnz April 23 2014 07: 13
    +1
    And what, the custodians will hold a referendum and ask for accession to the Russian Federation? laughing
  11. Turkir
    Turkir April 23 2014 07: 19
    +2
    Finally, the French woke up. Probably not without the help of Marine le Pen.
  12. Siberian 1975
    Siberian 1975 April 23 2014 07: 24
    0
    We need powerful media forces to promote our views. Internet alone will not help us.
  13. A1L9E4K9S
    A1L9E4K9S April 23 2014 07: 28
    +1
    There were still reasonable people in France, not all brains swam with fat, trying to think, it is commendable. And if Marijka becomes president, France will enter the mainstream.
  14. individual
    individual April 23 2014 07: 33
    +2
    All the difference is that Putin is doing business for the good of Russia, and Western leaders are busy developing lesbians and gays to satisfy lust.
    Feel the difference.
    The peoples draw conclusions.
  15. sem-yak
    sem-yak April 23 2014 07: 51
    +3
    The soil is beautiful, the seeds of doubt gave delicious shoots! It remains on time to water and weed the weeds! And all this is driven by the Great Soviet KGB School! And now those who hate us dream of being under our wing. What is it? May God give Putin health, longevity, sanity! The Germans also among the masses support Putin's line. We finally regain the title of Great Power. Keep it up !
  16. Zelen
    Zelen April 23 2014 08: 01
    +1
    The article is not about anything, someone said something and went. On our forums and not meet this ...
  17. ALTAY2
    ALTAY2 April 23 2014 08: 03
    +2
    "The hand of Moscow? The West has no proof. And aren't the American and European secret services working there all the time?" It looks like this hand is constantly tickling them in some places, or maybe you guys have a wash or go to a dermatologist, or it looks like you got boogers.
  18. mojohed2012
    mojohed2012 April 23 2014 08: 21
    +2
    In Europe, it is time to introduce a separate sub-stage at the stage of accepting documents from candidates for presidents of countries and for deputies of parliaments:
    "Testing a candidate for traditional values ​​and for an orientation that excludes sadomic and other abnormal inclinations."
    It is well known that many sociologists and historians have noticed that rulers with an unconventional orientation and with abnormal tendencies behave like abnormal ones at critical moments in history and in ordinary decision-making.
    What a normal person will take as a decision is neither gay nor sadom, gay and sadom will accept the opposite.
    In short, in Europe, all candidates need to be tested for "a real man with eggs", and women for "a traditional attitude towards men and to have a husband." Otherwise, such insanity and mess that now they will lead Muslims to power in the EU, as a more correct and strong ideology. Many empires fell due to debauchery and sadomy.
  19. Tol.Skiff
    Tol.Skiff April 23 2014 08: 26
    +4
    A global confrontation has begun, not between amorphous Europe and Russia, but between the USA and Russia ... The French envy us, because with their weak president they do not have the opportunity to have an opinion ...
  20. andj61
    andj61 April 23 2014 08: 28
    0
    Quote: Alexander Romanov
    Quote: Igor39
    Cossacks though fagots but black from white can distinguish.

    This is probably why they choose between one black and another in the elections.

    I agree, and this is another such beautiful blue or, at worst, pink!
  21. andj61
    andj61 April 23 2014 08: 30
    +1
    Quote: mojohed2012
    In short, in Europe, all candidates need to be tested for "a real man with eggs", and women for "a traditional attitude towards men and to have a husband."


    The strangest thing is that in France the test for "a real man with eggs" can now stand among politicians who are heard only by a woman, Marie Le Pen.
  22. andj61
    andj61 April 23 2014 08: 35
    0
    Quote: sem-yak
    The soil is beautiful, the seeds of doubt gave delicious shoots! It remains on time to water and weed the weeds! And all this is driven by the Great Soviet KGB School!


    I am afraid that this is the personal charm and charisma of only one retired officer of the "Great Soviet School".
  23. Lenochka
    Lenochka April 23 2014 08: 53
    +1
    Putin is recognized as the most influential politician in the world. His rating is now at the peak of popularity. Why now he will not repeal the law allowing the cultivation of GMOs in Russia? Deputy Fedorov seemed to be trying to promote a ban bill. I asked on his site how things are going. To which he received a response from his assistant that all the same, in a quiet GMO will pass.
  24. Lenochka
    Lenochka April 23 2014 08: 53
    +1
    How so ? Why, in France, to the indignation of agrarians did GMOs be rejected, in Switzerland did they hold a referendum where the people spoke out against, did the government not miss GMOs in Austria? You laugh at the “geyrope”, but see for yourself: with whom we can choose to sleep, but we can’t choose what to eat. This poison is imposed on us. Experiments on rodents showed that the third generation of GMO users was simply not born!
  25. Lenochka
    Lenochka April 23 2014 08: 54
    -5
    Public organizations collected signatures for Putin to ban GMOs. But the opinion of the Russians does not interest anyone. While the people of the Russian Federation are in euphoria from the Crimea, they are actively discussing Ukraine, anti-people laws pass quietly! And Putin, who is so admired by the majority on this site, does nothing to protect people from this deadly GMO! Putin’s patriotic speeches about Russian civilization, about the revival of Russia are just words. How will a people eating deadly poison be revived?
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    2. negeroi
      negeroi April 23 2014 09: 42
      0
      Um ... dear, why are we lying? A bill banning the import and production of GMOs was submitted to the Duma on February 26. And today is the date? either you didn’t know about it, and then your competence is in question. Either you knowingly lie. Why? Putin refused to close you, or stepped on your tail? But it doesn’t matter. You would know what’s happening in the world on pharmaceutical markets, and how whole countries sit on a medical needle like on the hook of corporations. Moreover, it’s not even personal security and corruption, there’s simply no way out, there is no way out, the problem has no solution at the moment. Is Putin also to blame?
      1. Lenochka
        Lenochka April 23 2014 09: 50
        -1
        Your humor is absolutely inappropriate. Why should I lie? I worry about the future of my children! The bill was introduced, I know that. I wrote in the first report that I was interested in the fate of this bill from the deputy who introduced it. And I also wrote what answer I was given on the website of this deputy.
        1. Lenochka
          Lenochka April 23 2014 09: 55
          +1
          Putin is to blame or not to blame, I did not write. He can ban GMOs, as they did in France, Austria, Switzerland, but for some reason he doesn’t. How could in those countries?
          1. ultra
            ultra April 23 2014 10: 14
            +2
            Quote: Lenochka
            He can ban GMOs, as they did in France, Austria, Switzerland, but for some reason he doesn’t.

            Helen You are not in the trend! Listen to yesterday’s performance by Medvedev in the State Duma.
            1. Lenochka
              Lenochka April 23 2014 10: 22
              +2
              Thanks for the only constructive answer! I will definitely listen!
          2. negeroi
            negeroi April 23 2014 14: 09
            0
            Of course it can. Like becoming the husband of every woman who wants to. And just do it to show Putin, because we don’t have Paradise. You can at least try. And about those countries .. and you know the average speed of passing bills before implementation, in Tech countries? To get a legislative product, grandfathers begin to consider, and grandchildren use it. But Putin is still to blame.
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  26. Lenochka
    Lenochka April 23 2014 09: 33
    +2
    Who minus my posts, what do you disagree with? Explain, please! Do you want to eat poison?
  27. Sergey Sitnikov
    Sergey Sitnikov April 23 2014 09: 34
    0
    I am so surprised at all))) - how such dead-born hyper super-huge formations like NATO and the EU have not yet collapsed?
  28. kodxnumx
    kodxnumx April 23 2014 09: 38
    0
    there will still be roofing felts as soon as Russia changes the setuation in Ukraine and at least part of the junta is seated on the accused, from that moment everything will change radically, and sanctions will be lifted and relations around the world will change. God forbid, wisdom and good fortune to GDP when our leader needs it.
  29. nvn_co
    nvn_co April 23 2014 09: 43
    0
    Not even ... a little later they will see again. When the Americans finish with Ukraine they will take up Europe ... Oh, and they will cry again ...
  30. Giant thought
    Giant thought April 23 2014 10: 00
    0
    Everything is logical. Putin, like a magnet, attracts people, especially from behind a hillock, because they have not seen similar politicians there for a long time, otherwise everything is blue and blue, and here on you, such clumps, you will inevitably reach for it.
  31. Xoxoxnumxun
    Xoxoxnumxun April 23 2014 10: 13
    +4
    Hmm ... Europe is split.

    In Germany, both business and citizens do not want aggravation with Russia.

    Italy defiantly stalls aside even from the topic of discussion of sanctions.

    Cyprus lost a dream only at the mere thought that the Russians would leave the island.

    Hungary builds undemocratic nuclear power plants with the help of RosAtom.

    Spain is building Russian schools and is urgently teaching Russian, as Russians are buying up the coast.

    About Portugal just do not hear, she apparently is not in the know.

    England is like that monkey from a joke that cannot decide whether it is smart or beautiful, because and it seems that he wants a gas pipe to the island separately, and financiers in London walk with sad eyes, and again he builds RosAtom, and on the other hand, brothers because of a large puddle are asking to make Volodya byaku and it seems that this does not contradict their nature.

    The Netherlands is also silent, they will almost lose the most in Europe.

    Finns breathe a sigh of relief that they are not from the EU and the obligation does not apply to them.

    Southern Europe is waiting for its new Russian pipe.

    In general, soon it will come to the point that sanctions against Russia on behalf of the EU will introduce a couple of lonely buildings in Brussels.

    So he presented the picture: Barroso took the EU flag shouting "hurray" jumped out of the trench and ran towards Russia, looked back - one was running. Even Van Rompuy has merged with the area.
  32. Agent 008
    Agent 008 April 23 2014 11: 27
    -1
    Tsar of All Russia Putin and his slave Obama ...
  33. Lenochka
    Lenochka April 23 2014 11: 41
    +1
    Quote: Dr. FaustPatron
    Clever interlocutors who are not concerned about GMOs are welcome here.


    According to your logic, all those people who signed an appeal to the president on the ban of GMOs are stupid.
    1. sem-yak
      sem-yak April 23 2014 15: 12
      -2
      Reluctant to eat GMOs, not yes! What is the problem? Why impose your opinion?
      1. Lenochka
        Lenochka April 23 2014 15: 46
        0
        Do you think all products will be written from GMOs or not? If there is GMO wheat, then all the bread will be GMO, all animal feed will also be GMO, so meat will be GMO, and so on.
  34. Lenochka
    Lenochka April 23 2014 11: 50
    +1
    Quote: Dr.Faust.Patron
    Quote: Lenochka
    Q.E.D. There is no concrete answer.
    As usual.

    twitter.com/MedvedevRussia
    hardly answer, but a picture of his cat will send.


    Be sure to register on twitter to see a photo of his cat. I hope mine will be more beautiful.
    If in essence there is nothing more to say, don’t bother to comment, I’m not interested
  35. sem-yak
    sem-yak April 23 2014 15: 34
    0
    Yes Yes ! Exactly!