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What every Russian should know when communicating with a Ukrainian

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What every Russian should know when communicating with a Ukrainian



And now I would like to talk with you, dear compatriots, about a very important issue - how to communicate with Ukrainians.
Many of us, reading the statements of Ukrainians in the network, talking to them by phone or meeting in neutral territory, think that Ukrainians have collectively gone crazy.
This is not quite true. :)
Others think that all Ukrainians sold out to the State Department and the European Union without exception.
And this is not quite so! :)
And all those amazing skins about life in Russia, as well as no less amazing "letters from ordinary Russians who visited Lviv (Kiev, Ivano-Frankivsk) and admired what they saw" have a different explanation. I'll tell you now.

A quarter of a century ago, the average Ukrainian (that is, a resident of Ukraine) lived in the firm belief that he feeds, teaches and protects one-sixth of the world. Basically, of course, stupid Katsapov, but also wild chocks and Chukchi. In his system of the world, Ukraine itself swelled by territories, grew by factories and expanded by scientific institutions. From somewhere, like rain or snow, gas, oil, human and material resources came to Ukraine. It was natural and no one was interested in the sources. The Ukrainian knew that 1. He defended the USSR from the horrors of fascism. 2. He could not integrate into Europe as part of the Third Reich, because he insidiously prevented the USSR from representing Russia. 3. Ukrainians were exterminated by the Holodomor, they took away the territories, drove the fascists in the first rows and exiled them to Siberia. 4. Because now Ukraine has become so big, and there are so many Ukrainians.

(Of course, there were also normal Little Russians, if you will, Ukrainians. But it’s boring to consider themselves equal among many, where it is more fun to be both great and humiliated. For simplicity, those Ukrainians who chose this fate will continue to call them Ukrainians, hohkrakrams and others insulting words. Using ukrami of the words "quilted jacket", "kolorad", "katsap" and "moskal" gives us the full right to this. :))

... In general, the thinking of the average Ukra has always been schizophrenic. But the current peremoga of the brain is not explained by this, but by events of about twenty years ago.

So, about twenty years ago, when the Union collapsed and the Independence Square arrived, the average crest, who worked at the Very Important Nut factory, found that there was nothing to eat at home. For Nuts used to buy Moscow and screwed to some Secret Missiles, and now they give out wages to Nuts. Therefore, at home, from the food, only fat from the hog that the godfather stabbed, but for some reason there is no bread, although the Ukrainian was sure that the whole Union was feeding ...

So our conditional Ukrainian took the Bucket of Nuts, cut off the shmat of fat and went to Moscow to sell goods and buy wipes for the wife like Naina Yeltsin.

Shaking in the train and chewing fat, the crest drove to Moscow. The city was huge, dirty and unkind. A grim-looking man, picking his teeth with a folding knife, pointed out how to get to the factory for the production of Secret Missiles. On the way to the crest plant, the cops stopped three times and each ate some fat. Then the crest could not resist and played a thimble, losing all the hryvnia. Then he got to the factory - and there they told him that now the world was everywhere, the Secret Missiles were not needed by anyone, and Khokhol could screw himself on nuts ... wherever he wanted, let him go there.
Stunned hohloukr went to McDonald's and ate a meatball with a bun. From this monstrous food his stomach failed. He spent half a day in the station outhouse, where it was dirty, smelly and scary. In the booth on the left was widening dope. In the booth right fucked lesbian lesbians. From horror, the crest pulled a return train ticket into the hole and he was completely scared.
For the remnants of the money, the Ukrainian bought a tea from a broom and began wandering around the station, begging Christ to buy a bucket of Nuts from him.
Finally, some kind intellectual in glasses looked at the nuts, sighed, said: "Only out of respect for the Ukrainian people ... otherwise these Russians will torture you" and changed the bucket with Nuts to a ticket in the reserved seat to Kharkov. “You'll get there sometime,” he said.
Khokhol kissed the benefactor on the hollow cheeks and left the terrible terrible dirty Moscow, replacing the last fat on the Chinese skewers (collapsed, however, the next day).
Then, in Ukraine, everything was somehow not so good, but it took shape. Russia again began to buy nuts. The factory worked slowly. Kum fattened the new hog. Gas-oil continued to be taken from nowhere and why.
Khokhol sometimes recalled with horror his stay in Moscow, nervously drank a vodka, told young children about his experiences and was often baptized. TV cover helped him, every report from year to year, reinforcing the opinion: "In Russia, everything is bad!" Then the crest even went to Turkey - I liked it. And the plant manager went to Italy and said that it was even better in Europe. In the meantime, Russia was rustling around, shooting, quarreling, for some reason building something ... but the Ukrainian didn’t notice it.

And suddenly, after a nice traditional rally on the Maidan, after the post-rallies, after a normal, mundane explanation to the South-East that they were quilted jackets, colorada and cattle, oddities began.

Crimea suddenly took and went to Russia! But this can not be! Khokhol knows for sure that in Russia is terrible! So-take away the Crimea! Like a hog from a godfather, the Pravoseki soldiers took the other day out of the barn. So is the Crimea ...

And now Donbass and Lugansk! These terrible economic weight on the legs of the great Ukraine! Also want to select!

That writes our crest on the network. Indignant. Reproaches katsap villains. Burnt with malice. Grabs his heart, remembering the horrors of Moscow.

... Well, from Canada or Israel firmly supports his opinion an old acquaintance, a Moscow intellectual who once helped out a ticket to Kharkov. He has a small business there - a bucket of Platinum-Iridium alloy nuts served as a good starting capital. And he with all his heart for the independence and greatness of Ukraine.

And you say - schizophrenia ... on the content ...
It is necessary to be a Ukrainian writer writing in the Katsapa Move, so that the local oligarch will take you on content. Or by nature a schizophrenic, and without any proper medical care.

The majority of the population suffices a twenty-year lag from reality and a wonderful ukro-TV.

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  1. Samaritan
    Samaritan 16 May 2014 14: 56
    +70
    There is no difference between a Ukrainian and a Russian !!! We have nothing to share, we need to unite !!!
    1. Arhj
      Arhj 16 May 2014 15: 13
      +81
      Quote: Samaritan
      There is no difference between a Ukrainian and a Russian !!! We have nothing to share, we need to unite !!!

      This is from which country to look. Russia does not really need anything from Ukraine, but the comrades in Kiev are still trying to divide the inheritance of the USSR and for one thing that the USSR never belonged to, because in the opinion of the "middle Ukrainian" we owe them.
      1. mnbv199
        mnbv199 16 May 2014 15: 25
        +20


        All video

        http://poznavatelnoe.tv/fedorov
      2. SHILO
        SHILO 16 May 2014 15: 40
        -31%
        Quote: Arhj
        in the opinion of the "middle Ukrainian" we owe them.



        Those. After reading this opus, we put him friendly + set? So? - d.u.r.st minimum!
        And where do the Strelkov boys write? And those who went to the referendum (90 percent!) - What to do?
        Not that minus - I spit in my face.
        1. andj61
          andj61 16 May 2014 15: 59
          +83
          Quote: SHILO
          And where do the Strelkov boys write?

          So Lukyanenko is not about them! And about the zombie propaganda and ... life! The article also mentions these guys (quilted jackets, etc.). As for the opinion that Ukraine is feeding Russia, I was surprised to hear enough in 1992 in Kharkov. And also about the fact that in three years everyone without exception will be driving foreign cars (it turned out, foreign cars were called "Lada"), that in 10 years we will live no worse than in Europe (they have become - no worse than in the most ragged slums of Europe) ! The most amazing thing is that these people, absolutely sane, as it seemed to me, said. Some of them still say that it was Russia that prevented them from living well. True, the Mariupol and Odessa events have already made everyone think.
          1. tasey
            tasey 16 May 2014 17: 07
            +50
            Even in Belarus, many thought so - "They feed Moscow, Leningrad ..." etc., in the same 91st. And in 92 everything disappeared in stores, which was abundant (dairy, sausage, etc.). Then I asked my friends - Belarusians: "Well, guys, where did everything go, don't feed Moscow already?" There was nothing to answer. But, the people there, even in the west, are not a match for ukram ... And they were smart enough, and they always had our spirit - through them all the enemies "poured" to Moscow. Especially in 1941-1945. Near Ruzhany (Brest region) there is also a monument to the burnt inhabitants of a neighboring village, as in Khatyn ... You cannot buy them, Belarusians, for bacon.
            1. papas-57
              papas-57 16 May 2014 23: 18
              +11
              “Even in Belarus, so many thought -“ They feed Moscow, Leningrad .. ”Why only Belarus, all of Russia, with the exception of Moscow and Leningrad, thought so.
              1. Siberian
                Siberian 17 May 2014 15: 31
                +18
                I didn’t even think, but, I would say, I felt on myself.
                And besides, those loyal to one of the first decrees of Comrade. Lenin (on the priority development of nat. O krain) appeased these outskirts. They (the outskirts) accused us of the collapse of the USSR, i.e. were ungrateful. When part of the money began to remain in the regions, and not according to the pattern: the regions — Moscow, Moscow — as it wanted, the Muscovites felt a little worse and they began to despise the regions for being silent and not outraged that Moscow had become ill.
                We paid all internal and external debts, as the successor to the USSR, including the lives of our military. They owe nothing to anyone.
              2. SPAAARTAAA
                SPAAARTAAA 18 May 2014 10: 40
                +9
                Your words are easy to check. Without the post-Soviet countries, Russia somehow survived, so it was not they who "fed" it (I mean Russia, not Moscow). But if we conditionally assume that Moscow will separate from Russia even within the Moscow region (create an enclave, for example)? Well, they will move the capital to Novosibirsk, Smolensk, Veliky Novgorod or another city, everything else will not change, and Moscow will no longer be able to maintain 10 million people at the same level. Any capital owes its prosperity to the role of distributor of material benefits of the entire country and without this very country it will lose its functionality. Like a captain without a ship. And who thinks that Russia is feeding Moscow is partly right, because their taxes first go to the capital and then return to the regions.
              3. loisop
                loisop 18 May 2014 15: 53
                -1
                And some even tried to do it. Great Ural Republic as an example. (legally still exists, by the way)
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              5. Megard
                Megard 19 May 2014 10: 22
                0
                Why did you think? And now we think so. Our Russian hard workers do not receive such salaries.
            2. samoletil18
              samoletil18 21 July 2014 11: 12
              0
              Quote: tasey
              Belarusians, you can’t buy fat.

              good
          2. dalekiy
            dalekiy 16 May 2014 19: 41
            +17
            We do not need zombies. Let them live as they know, let them pay current for gas at European prices. No more fraternal prices.

            And Strelkov’s boys can be helped in every way. It is brotherly. New Russia is Russia. From Transnistria to Lugansk! And let the good ones hopak dance like they want. Sorry, slam.

            By the way, baumanets - greetings from baumanets :)
          3. 9057654472
            9057654472 17 May 2014 21: 24
            +5
            Ha, in 1992, I heard all this in 1982, I heard a lot from the conscript, at that time, it was harmless debate from my colleagues from Nikolaev and other regions of Ukraine.
            1. tasey
              tasey 18 May 2014 18: 57
              +2
              You are a conscript ... In '82 I was already a captain, a group commander (Strategic Missile Forces "Pioneer", back in the ZabVO). And in 92, the "mossy" Guards. major, left ZBU division (Ruzhany, Brest region., Strategic Missile Forces "Topol"). So I saw a lot.
        2. vvvvv
          vvvvv 16 May 2014 16: 21
          +45
          And I liked it - it is definitely written. And the point here is not at all in "ukrah" and some kind of offense. Russia has experienced everything since 91 just like Ukraine - in some ways worse, in some ways better. The people of one country were once plunged into approximately equal amounts of all the described and undescribed ugliness and misfortunes. Even under equal conditions, it is somehow more comfortable in your home and country, and the same thing in a foreign land only looks more terrible. The key here is that any Ukrainian and non-Ukrainian could see all the troubles both in the Russian Federation and in his own country. And remember the bad impression. However, Russia has already sufficiently driven out of the chaos of the 90s and largely due to the unique gift of natural resources and the people who once gathered these territories, the standard of living in Russia has become higher, there has been a rise. Of course, there are still many global problems now, but they are trying to solve them. So, a Russian is not much different from a Ukrainian in passing an unfavorable path. But, Russia again began to gather its own people under its wing, and as it is rightly said in the material, the Ukrainians are fed by anti-Russian propaganda and have negative associations from the old days, and most importantly, many stupidly put "independence" above reason. I am sure that sane, not stupid and devoid of such low qualities as unfriendliness and a tendency to blame others for something, Ukrainians understand that Russia is the best choice. And don't be offended by the stinging tone of the article. Yes, there is a reproach, but it is essentially. The article was not intended to belittle. Both Russians and Ukrainians were humiliated by various kinds of pre-women back in the 90s, when they were fattening and dancing on the bones of peoples. Of all they made lo.khs and beggars.fords. And such people will always be angry, but they need to be angry not at each other and not want to unite, but at the real perpetrators of the problems of our countries. Up to the nationalization and arrest of previously exported capital abroad or local. Although they have already sounded amnesty. But, as Putin said, business must bear social responsibility, i.e. must share. This is what we need to put pressure on - so that all capital is inside the country and is generously invested.
          1. Alekseev
            Alekseev 16 May 2014 17: 06
            +26
            Quote: vvvvv
            And I liked it - it was definitely written. And the point here is not at all in "ukrah" and some kind of offense.

            Nevertheless, in my personal opinion, of course, the reasons for the behavior of people who make up one or another nationality are not always visible without an armed glance.
            That was bad in Ukraine after the collapse, candy wrappers instead of money - everything is forgotten, only began to rise - the "orange" revolution, again "crisis" - everything was forgotten, again the Maidan, but worse than it was.
            And again, they see the way out not in the establishment of a normal economy and, in general, life in their country, but in the desire to "go under" someone.
            Like in the 17th century! yes Well, and then a fuss has already flared up, who wants to "go under the Polish king", some under the "Tursk saltan", some under the "Moscow Orthodox Tsar".
            As if these moods had passed completely untouched through the centuries! Right some kind of genetic code!
            In Russia, there have never been such dreams.
            And on the territory of the present state formation Ukraine live the indigenous inhabitants of this country, but speakers of different languages ​​and different mentality, "genetic code". and in approximately comparable proportions.
            This is one of the deepest causes of unrest.
            1. Terrible ensign
              Terrible ensign 16 May 2014 17: 42
              +6
              Comrade Alekseev, I agree with you 100%! So it seems to be so ...
              And this "genetic proportion" has not yet been eliminated, and most likely it will not work. Ukraine is the crossroads of three possible paths. Hope for the political will of those in power about a dialogue to preserve the country? ..
              There is no dialogue - no country! ..
            2. krpmlws
              krpmlws 16 May 2014 22: 16
              +4
              I put Alekseeva a plus, but I do not completely agree. I would not use the expression of the genetic code in this case, as the Ukrainians were confident in the 80s and early 90s in Ukraine’s self-sufficiency, in the ability to succeed economically and politically. the question is that these expectations failed completely. Only after that, as the drowning man grabs the straw, the Ukrainians screamed for help. And here is the question, why not the Russian Federation? Most likely the opposition Moscow-l-Ukrainian comes from the rivalry of Moscow and Kiev for leadership in the East Slavic world. This contradiction, strengthened by Western forces, led to the current situation with the mentality of the Ukrainian. The inclination towards nationalism is due to the defeat of Kiev in rivalry with Moscow. It is necessary to imagine a cauldron of aggressive thoughts and emotions that has been boiling for the last several centuries in the Ukrainian people, therefore we now have a dish in the form of cynical, deceitful and aggressive nationalism, and, more simply, ordinary fascism.
              1. Alekseev
                Alekseev 17 May 2014 18: 01
                +3
                Quote: krpmlws
                Ukrainians were confident in the 80s and early 90s in the self-sufficiency of Ukraine, in the ability to succeed economically and politically.

                Well, "hoes" (there is such a word "hoes" in a number of localities, meaning a stupid, narrow-minded person), I confirm, were sure.
                And the bosses? It represented the situation, but it didn't really matter to him, independence gave him new positions, benefits - this is the main thing, and there "God won't give out, the pig won't eat."
                But they "yelled for help" to the Russian Federation, but they wanted to "move" under the West.
                Why? What is everything and the academic authorities too? They don’t understand that the EU will not give rations for free?
                It seems to me that here too is a repetition of history. Right after B. Khmelnitsky, supporters of citizenship to the Turkish sultan answered those who considered them crazy that, they say, the Orthodox Tsar of Moscow would rule Ukraine without them, but the local elders would definitely be needed by the sultan. Such logic is probably driven by Julia with the Pastor, Rabbit and the entire modern, so-called elite.
            3. vvvvv
              vvvvv 16 May 2014 23: 04
              +1
              I do not quite agree with you! You have described a really existing phenomenon that personally disgusts me. Because a worthy person, instead of looking for a better someone else's home and adaptability, should create his own home and establish life in it. Such opportunism is very, very akin to prostitution, in the most literal sense. But, you are mistaken, attributing this to some peoples, but excluding others. This is an individual matter ... Prostitution is a worldwide, international phenomenon, hehe. These pioneers in the United States were in many ways adventurers, criminals and hard workers who voluntarily or involuntarily came to the Wild West and created, it must be admitted, a great country. There are many wonderful and talented people there, but not only. Over the past decades, people have poured there from all over the world - from talented and hard workers, to scum who robbed their countries - like our "nouveau riche". Just remember the Soviet history and by no means even those of Gorbachev's times - there have always been people-prostitutes ready to sell themselves and betray everything and everyone for a comfortable life in the West. There has always been a percentage of those who curry favor with foreigners and look into their mouths. Here, of course, is simply Russian curiosity and friendliness, an interest in communicating with other people - i.e. in almost everyone, to some extent, you can find a similar interest. So, in 91 of the peoples of the USSR they instantly made suckers and rogues - and what ?! Quite a few, including Russian girls, began to dream purely of how to lie under any ugly foreigner and try to marry him to yourself ... I read polls in the 90s among Moscow high school girls, according to which no one of them needed simple Russian guys , and 98% wrote in the questionnaires that they wanted to marry strictly either to a very rich businessman, or to a bandit ... Such was the world of values. Those. the betrayal of Russian men was not only on the part of strangers, since this is not a betrayal, but an act of the Cold War, and on the part of sold-out oligarchs and any successful ones who did not care about others, and on the part of just their own women. Even among my classmates, there is a similar statistic - quite a few have either married abroad, or are still attributed to some circles and parties, twisting for it ...
              1. SPAAARTAAA
                SPAAARTAAA 18 May 2014 10: 55
                +1
                An exact observation for opportunism and the need to establish a favorable life in your home. I immediately recall the inhabitants of Central Asia (not all, only some) who move to the Russian Federation for permanent residence, but at the same time pour mud on all Russians, calling them lazy people and drunkards. And when you ask, if you are such good fellows and hard workers, why don’t you put things in order in your country, but eat to us, then they leave the answer or become personal.
            4. vvvvv
              vvvvv 16 May 2014 23: 04
              +1
              But, there is no silver lining. The Russian nation went through fire and copper pipes cleansed of those prone to crimes, venality, etc. Many of the remaining ones are not only drunk on the fence, but in the majority they simply do not want to live elsewhere, except for Russia, which I personally consider the best country in the world. And today's Russians have adapted to survive in difficult conditions, which sharply increased their competitiveness. People had to become not just talented engineers and hard workers, but many had to show their business abilities that were unusual in the scoop. Russia began to play according to the foreign capitalist rules imposed and began to replay the west, creating at the moment state capitalism, which in its essence is no different from the Soviet system, but with the most important difference - here many private individuals at the head of such corporations are personally and vitally interested in business success and it is more difficult for them to sell and sell, because they are geographically attached to a specific people, peoples. The sovereignty of Russia for them is now equivalent to the sovereignty of their personal business ...
              However, the desire to adapt in a better place can be justified by a little well-known person seeks where better. If he is not able to reverse the realities and equip his life and his loved ones in one environment, he will seek to change the environment. Therefore, looking at opportunism is not very simplistic. Besides, even prostitutes can be quite enjoyable, right ?! winked
              In general, legislation and its applicability are simply necessary, which would not allow individual personalities to harm the country. And in this direction, more and more has been done recently.
              And about the Ukrainians, take into account one more point - for more than 20 years, the USA and the EU have been ruling there, conducting powerful propaganda, but Russia had enough of its problems and Ukraine in many ways has gone mentally and not only into the wake of the West.
          2. vlad1
            vlad1 18 May 2014 18: 41
            -3
            and I put a minus because I think that the author is corrupt. Many of my relatives have been living in Russia since Soviet times, so who or what? and the fact that you are lucky with the resources and Putin, who thinks a little about his country and the benefits of his people, still does not give a reason for all the inhabitants of Ukraine to do. And the clip is so funny. And I would also like to talk to the author face-to-face and as a former fighter of "Berkut" I would try to tell him who is hu
            1. Setrac
              Setrac 19 May 2014 12: 03
              +1
              Quote: vlad1
              and what are you lucky with resources

              Paid in blood for these resources, this is not the result of "luck"
              Quote: vlad1
              and Putin who thinks at least a little about his country and the benefits of his people

              Putin did not fly to us from Mars.
              Ukraine, like any country from the "former" can join Russia and use the same opportunities as the Russians
        3. Mainbeam
          Mainbeam 16 May 2014 16: 34
          +5
          Quote: SHILO
          stupidity at least

          I agree, sarcasm rolls over. However, there are crystal clear thoughts:

          In general, the thinking of the middle Ukraine has always been schizophrenic.

          A quarter century ago, the average Ukrainian ... lived in the firm belief that he was feeding ... one sixth of the world.

          From somewhere, like rain or snow, gas, oil came to Ukraine
        4. Arhj
          Arhj 16 May 2014 16: 57
          +19
          Quote: SHILO



          Those. After reading this opus, we put him friendly + set? So? - d.u.r.st minimum!
          And where do the Strelkov boys write? And those who went to the referendum (90 percent!) - What to do?
          Not that minus - I spit in my face.

          You probably did not read the article carefully. There seems to be a clearly defined terminology. The terms "y to p", "hohloukr", etc. in the context under consideration, they concern exclusively the maydanuts. On my own I can add "Euroukr". Those who have still retained the ability to think neither the article nor my comment apply.
          Donbas has not yet lost his brains, which he reported to the whole world in a referendum. And Donbas does not consider itself to be Ukraine as well.
          And "u to p" is not a nationality - it is a diagnosis.
        5. wasjasibirjac
          wasjasibirjac 16 May 2014 17: 05
          +5
          Quote: SHILO
          And where do the Strelkov boys write? And those who went to the referendum (90 percent!) - What to do?

          and what about Strelkov's guys? What do they have to do with "average hohlokram"? as they say cutlets separately, flies are also separately.
        6. yushch
          yushch 16 May 2014 17: 06
          +3
          I’ll support you, Kiev is the capital and there, like in Moscow, a large percentage of creaks, in relation to the rest of the territory. It's all about total brainwashing.
        7. polly
          polly 16 May 2014 18: 37
          +8


          Forgive us, dear Russians ...
          While the earth is still spinning
          We will not stop being brothers to you ...
          It’s not my homeland that betrayed us,

          Not the people that went to the square,
          Trying to sore say
          And those who bought our homeland ...
          Bought to sell profitably ...

          Rulers come and go ...
          Someone is remembered for a long time and with good ...
          But lumpy every president comes out
          Like the first pancake, in my native land ...

          We quarreled from the screens and laughed,
          That the brothers quarreled to the nines ...
          But I believe that we remained people in our hearts ...
          And carry each other in our arms

          When someone of us is injured in the back,
          We will not recall citizenship ...
          I believe that Ukraine cannot
          I don’t give a damn about the fraternal peoples ...

          Forgive us for not letting you in
          On their own borders, like enemies ...
          Sorry to trust the channels,
          Where we are considered all fools

          Show war, hysteria
          And they get rations in dollars ...
          But there is no Ukraine without Russia,
          As without a key, you do not need a lock ...

          We are all one family ... Let them quarrel
          But quarrels do happen in the family ...
          And most importantly, that we remain people,
          And not beasts ready for war

          For the lands, for the vague ideas
          Forgetting that children need peace ...
          I can’t think differently ...
          And we for our power - just a shooting range ...

          They want us to send an army ...
          They want a tax to be introduced to the air ...
          But they will not force Russia to stop loving ...
          While we are together, God is with us!

          Author Irina Samarina
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        9. Galan
          Galan 16 May 2014 19: 49
          +7
          Don't stand so harsh. Lugansk region is the territory of the Don Army, the western border of which passed along the Kalmius River, on which both Donetsk and Mariupol stand. The population of Donetsk and Lugansk regions has always been international. In the 60s he lived in Makeevka as a boy, as he heard Ukrainian speech only in the lessons of the Ukrainian language at school. In fact, this region has never been, and never became Ukrainian, so this article does not concern them.
          1. Alekseev
            Alekseev 18 May 2014 14: 09
            0
            Quote: galan
            . Lugansk region is the territory of the Don Army, whose western border passed along the Kalmius river

            Read Sholokhov M.A.
            Khokhlachi settlements in the territory of the Don Don ...
            "Hey, hohol! Let's make the way! You live on the Cossack land, you bastard, but don't you want to give way?"
            Brawl at the mill mill
            "- Two squadrons --- went on the attack. There were many chopped up Hohlov behind the suburb. ..."
            There were "frictions" before ... yes
            But now the referendum has passed, we must campaign you need everything that is active to engage in the fight against the nationalist Bandera bastard.
        10. Kunar
          Kunar 17 May 2014 08: 57
          +1
          East is east, west is west ....
          And they can’t get together ...
          Just do not understand each other ....
        11. revnagan
          revnagan 17 May 2014 16: 23
          -7
          Quote: SHILO
          Not that minus - I spit in my face.

          Similarly, everything was brought to Ukraine under the USSR directly, it grew and flourished with the labor of all the peoples of the great country, and the Ukrainian (stupid cattle) lay in cherries under his cherries, ate fat, drank it with a vodka and only inflated it. This, probably, the Kyrgyz came here, worked as the head of PDO at the enterprise and gave tens of millions of rubles a year to the budget of the country. And, yes, I forgot, at the same enterprise my father was listed as the PDO head and appropriated all the achievements of the Kyrgyz. This is the Chukchi plowed land, cultivated bread, and Karelians chopped ore and coal in mines and mines. And apparently the Tatars defended the USSR, my grandfather’s orders and medals weren’t at all him, he took them from the Tatars. And in general, Ukrainians themselves never did anything in Ukraine, they only USSR built everything ...
          The author, you Bandera for such an article will probably be awarded.
          1. SPAAARTAAA
            SPAAARTAAA 18 May 2014 10: 11
            +1
            It seems to me that the article ridicules Ukrainian nationalism, and not the inhabitants of Ukraine! Therefore, it is not necessary to move from one extreme to another.
        12. Bormental
          Bormental 17 May 2014 17: 34
          0
          And where are you guys from ultras or PS?
          1. revnagan
            revnagan 18 May 2014 10: 11
            +3
            Quote: Bormental
            And where are you guys from ultras or PS?

            In the Galicians. And this problem (Galicians and Galicianism) arose not now, and not 25 years ago. I recommend reading "People with a clear conscience" by P. Vershigora. I will not specify the pages specifically, read the whole book, very good. Even then the problem of Galicians was noticed and voiced. And the fact that this hearth, this hotbed of Nazism in Ukraine was not burned out, is now bearing its bitter fruits. Over the years, representatives of Galicia have drawn conclusions. They mimicked Ukrainians, arrogated to themselves the right to be called Ukrainians, represent Ukraine, by making a substitution of concepts, and forcing by his actions on behalf of Ukraine to treat the whole of Ukraine as ... as the author of the article does. Apparently, the author does not understand that he is pouring water on the Bander mill in his article.
        13. Valrad
          Valrad 18 May 2014 09: 32
          0
          Quote: SHILO
          Quote: Arhj
          in the opinion of the "middle Ukrainian" we owe them.



          Those. After reading this opus, we put him friendly + set? So? - d.u.r.st minimum!
          And where do the Strelkov boys write? And those who went to the referendum (90 percent!) - What to do?
          Not that minus - I spit in my face.


          I think the southeast did not vote for Russia but simply for a better life.
      3. angolaforever
        angolaforever 16 May 2014 17: 54
        +4
        The author wants to further inflame the contempt of Russians and Ukrainians for each other. A lot of normal people live in Ukraine, but in plain sight as always the most violent and do not forget about the special operation of the West to take Ukrainian mass media into their own hands. Now in Kiev it is even harder to fight than in Slavyansk, but the mood is not on the side of the interim government.
        1. 225chay
          225chay 16 May 2014 23: 35
          0
          Quote: angolaforever
          Now in Kiev it is even harder to fight than in Slavyansk, but the mood is not on the side of the interim government.


          And it pleases!
        2. raf
          raf 17 May 2014 16: 10
          +3
          Author credit! This is a statement of fact, and not sowing enmity between the two peoples. Why, the West did not conduct special operations similar to those in Ukraine, in Russia? For some reason we survived, did not bend under the western "values", but they lay down with pleasure and spread their legs. .Got what they deserved. I will not say anything about the Crimea.
          1. mordvin71
            mordvin71 18 May 2014 18: 48
            0
            We are just LUCKY !!!
      4. dr.star75
        dr.star75 16 May 2014 18: 35
        +6
        There are no Russians or Ukrainians in terms of genetics. There is one ethnic group, which also includes Belarusians, which was artificially divided by politicians. Genetics does not perceive maps as a perishable product.
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      7. Klepa
        Klepa 17 May 2014 11: 59
        +3
        Chic article. With humor. I take off my hat to the author as a sign of respect. hi
      8. controller
        controller 17 May 2014 20: 05
        0
        And what do we owe them? Russia seems to have paid all the debts of the former USSR (including Ukraine).
    2. Thompson
      Thompson 16 May 2014 15: 20
      +13
      Whose opinion is this?
      - Son, as I told you, don’t be friends with this boy, he’s bad. Make friends with these, they are good.
      -And they are not allowed to be friends with me ....
      Therefore, one must be friends with those who want to be friends with us! This time.
      and secondly, we ourselves should be friends! This is more important
      1. Orc-xnumx
        Orc-xnumx 16 May 2014 19: 40
        +1
        Joke. certainly good. but ... not the topic! Mom America?
        1. Thompson
          Thompson 16 May 2014 23: 28
          0
          Quote: Orc-78
          Joke. certainly good. but ... not the topic! Mom America?

          Actually, it was an answer to a comment, not an article! Watch for this. Accordingly, America in this case has nothing to do with
    3. ksandr45
      ksandr45 16 May 2014 15: 22
      +1
      What? Is it right with everyone?
    4. Dimych
      Dimych 16 May 2014 15: 22
      +12
      something after Odessa on May 2, I got sick of joining them ...
      1. zennon
        zennon 16 May 2014 20: 48
        +3
        Quote: Dimych
        something after Odessa on May 2, I got sick of joining them ...

        Do you think they were horrified? Yes, they spit! Giggle on their forums. And they have no brains. Look at their advertisement:
      2. vvvvv
        vvvvv 16 May 2014 23: 25
        +1
        With them"?! And with us ?! I mean. that a lot is happening in Russia itself and no one opposes this, condemned in kitchens. Tomorrow 10 people will go out in Moscow with the document "Moscow. So it is in Ukraine - even if the majority or half is for Russia, but even the majority are afraid to utter a cry against even unarmed passionaries. And in Ukraine the anti-Russian forces are armed and ready for reprisals. If you simulate the Ukrainian situation in Russia, then practically all of Russia in the person of patriots will be hammered under the box, as it is not pleasant to say this. And what, not many pro-Western and hostile processions took place in Moscow? After all, every time such events, which are essentially hostile, will be covered with valid reasons, in view of which many patriots will even stand up for actions that are openly hostile to Russia. For example, frostbitten Russian Natsiks will insult, etc. migrants who will answer and start a fight in which they will kill the Russian (not the fact that the Russian is just fair-skinned, like Tesak or Klitschko). After that, a pogrom of Moscow like Biryulyovo will begin, or maybe someone will put the pogroms on a larger scale, like the Maidan, and they will similarly begin to displace power and impose an armed pro-Western junta. And among the pogrom-mongers there will be either simply those who want to destroy something, or those who thoughtlessly fell for the slogans for the death of a Russian - to smash Russian cities, to displace the authorities that allow such a thing and further according to the scheme ... And try to stand in their way and something there to instill wise in them ?! They will kill you to hell, saying that you are a traitor ...
        Good analogy?
    5. wiktoor
      wiktoor 16 May 2014 15: 23
      +5
      Yes, you're right brother, but go to Kiev.
      You tell all this there.
      1. Alexander Romanov
        Alexander Romanov 16 May 2014 16: 41
        +6
        Quote: wiktoor
        Yes, you're right brother, but go to Kiev.
        You tell all this there.

        You can ride a tank to Kiev and Warsaw, as they understand more.
    6. older
      older 16 May 2014 15: 26
      +16
      And why don’t you need Belarusians? And why in just one state? Why can’t there be three states? To be honest, every nation has the right to live in its own house, and not in the house of its older brother. And then, where to put the memory of Russians about Bill and his ilk in Chechnya? About the downed Russian planes in South Ossetia?
      It’s clear that in any nation there are scumbags and normal people. Only here the memory of the heads cut off from living captive does not want to forget anything ...
    7. Orik
      Orik 16 May 2014 15: 43
      -4
      Quote: Samaritan
      There is no difference between a Ukrainian and a Russian !!! We have nothing to share, we need to unite !!!

      I support, the article is a BIG minus. Every Russian and Ukrainian needs to know one thing: we are ONE PEOPLE and treat each other with LOVE (the article demonstrates unnecessary arrogance and ridicule), then no advice is needed "what you need to know" and do, love will prompt and cover everything.
      With love nowadays tight, it is not enough even for parents for children and children for parents, and here are BROTHERS, which is even more complicated, the lack of love gives rise to competition. Anyone who claims to be the eldest must FIRST stop lifting the younger one, slander him, ridicule and show his superiority with other tricks. As an elder, he must be able to preserve the world, give an example of life in LOVE, while lovingly be able to admonish the younger, when necessary, and with his fist over his ear.
      For me personally, DEEP TRAGEDY fratricide and mockery on this topic is not appropriate, the tragedy is when millions of brothers, to the delight of their enemies, confront each other, the most passionate representatives of the ONE people die on both sides (although rationally the death of the "orcs" of the new world order looks like a plus and collecting lands without wars is rare).
      WE all must, first of all having looked inside to find the remnants of love, and it is with the help of them to build our relationship! WE DO NOT NEED ANYTHING on this planet anymore, remember this !!!
      1. ele1285
        ele1285 16 May 2014 17: 31
        +10
        Quote: Orik
        I support the article BIG minus. Every Russian and Ukrainian needs to know one thing, we are the ONE PEOPLE and treat each other with LOVE

        Try this about "explaining to the population of Lamberg, Stanislov and Rivno. They burn with such love for us that you will be tortured to extinguish.
        If I have a father-in-law with Yekaterinoslav believes that Putin’s agent is sitting in his garden under each bush, and they cut his pension because of the Russians. He even has a stake on his head and only Russia has wine. And there are more than half of those who are stunned.
      2. Krsk
        Krsk 16 May 2014 17: 47
        +2
        Say love ... friendship ... you tell about love and friendship to those who burned alive in Odessa, or to the boy who was shot through and through by the St. George's ribbon, and all the cases cannot be counted. Who am I there to love ghouls who "nightmares" veterans who do not consider us for people? I looked inside myself love for creatures is definitely not there. so stop tolerating, it's time to call things by their proper names, they are NON-HUMAN and it's impossible to be friends with them (well, of course, if it's not himself)
        1. vvvvv
          vvvvv 16 May 2014 23: 31
          +1
          no need to go to extremes. A reasonable position should be flexible, diplomatic and constructive, i.e. as a result, do the best, and not be guided only by emotions and simplified patterns and stereotypes.
      3. Terrible ensign
        Terrible ensign 16 May 2014 17: 49
        +4
        Orik, you have a plus for the position! But you have too many emotions. Your comment would be good for the article of the year so, in 93-94 ... And now it is 2014. We missed a time when we could have influence. The generation of independent ukrov has already grown up, and traitors with a Komsomol past from the "early communist life" rose to power.
      4. vvvvv
        vvvvv 16 May 2014 23: 29
        0
        I think that you are reasoning excessively idealized ... After "we need to know one thing we are a ONE PEOPLE and treat each other with LOVE" everything is already clear ...
    8. CHILD
      CHILD 16 May 2014 15: 44
      +25
      it’s debatable)))) I talked with Khokhs .... we have a difference in mentality ... and rather big, although there are a lot in common .... but the idea that for almost any Ukrainian subject is then he’s eating at his expense, that's for sure)))) you just give him this thought, and all ... he will be provided with emotions and torment for a long time, any team will tear apart at the seams .... if only you reptiles would not get it .. .. I remember an example, at the end of the 90s, my friend rode to Poland through Brest, drove the goods ... on his own, there he hired a car, drove for the goods, and back to Moscow with the goods)))))) Belarusians, everything is fine ... but somehow I took the Ukrainians, the Belarusians were busy))) long then laughed, by the end of the trip he was already dabbling for a joint business, he has a car! so the prospect of the business is simply enormous, everything is the same as before, but we will share 50 by 50))))
      1. vvvvv
        vvvvv 16 May 2014 23: 39
        0
        Yes, it’s not about the Ukrainians in the example of business. Any murky was so to incite.
        Here you have hooked on an important point - business. I conduct small purchases and business through the Internet with people from different countries, including many from Ukraine. So, when you give people money, they become interested in it. And under this interest, you can promote any ideology, exactly, until you give up this kind of economic cooperation. In other words, it is necessary to develop mutually beneficial economic cooperation so that others understand the personal interest. Then you will be loved and respected. Everything is extremely simple ... Start giving cookies and hryvnias to the maydanutym at first simply for asking to decrease the volume of the "mo.sk.lei for knives", and tomorrow they will start yelling "Glory to Russia!" ...
        1. Setrac
          Setrac 19 May 2014 12: 15
          0
          Quote: vvvvv
          Start giving cookies and hryvnias to the maydanutym at first simply for asking to turn down the volume of "mo.sk.lei for knives", and tomorrow they will start yelling "Glory to Russia!"

          Can you give it from your pocket? Your reasoning is a spherical horse in a vacuum, in reality there is the United States, to which these "employees" have sold out and they do not care about your proposals. Likes and respects - it's not about Bandera.
    9. Wellych
      Wellych 16 May 2014 15: 53
      +18
      There is no difference between a Ukrainian and a Russian !!! We have nothing to share, we need to unite !!!

      there is - the Ukrainian thinks that Russian is to blame for everything, and Russian - is already used to living with the thought that he should not be to blame, and survival depends only on himself.
      1. anfil
        anfil 16 May 2014 17: 02
        +16
        When I was still in school, as it was a long time ago, I attached little importance to history ... How much I was mistaken! And yet, he was brought up on books about the civil and domestic war, describing the feat of the Soviet people.

        ... When we say in Russia that Ukrainians are the same Russians, they forget that in the 23 of the year a whole generation of people grew up who do not know any other homeland except independent Ukraine. All who are today in Ukraine younger than 30 years, went to the first class of independent schools.
        And in these Ukrainian schools, children are taught Ukrainian history in Ukrainian textbooks in the Ukrainian language. Many are surprised - where did the crowds of Svidomo madmen come out who write completely incomprehensible things to the mind and behave like embittered insignificance? The answer is obvious: these people graduated from independent schools.

        Even politically inactive people who are not interested in history still take out some of their ideas about it from the school curriculum. Well, any chatterbox-fashionista girl from Russia who wrote off all the control stories in her life still remembers some fragments: Peter the First cut a window into Europe and cut beards to the boyars, Catherine the Second - the enlightened empress, Lenin made a revolution, the Decembrists woke Herzen, the Russians defeated Napoleon and Hitler, and so on.
        What fragments remain in the minds of today's young Ukrainians? They begin to study history in the fifth grade with an introductory course in which, after explaining what history is, archeology, what value old coins are, how ancient people hunted mammoths on the lands of Ukraine, and the Ukrainian coat of arms was found on the bricks of ancient churches of the tenth century, people go to the direct winding up of independent children.
        A common place is that on the lands of ancient Ukraine for 5000 years BC there was a state of Scythians, whose outlines on the map frighteningly coincide with the current Ukrainian ones.


        It can only be noted that according to one version, modern Ukrainians come from the glades, while Russians and Belarusians come from the Krivichi (“Ukraine is not Russia”).
        From 8 to 11 class, four years in a row, a Ukrainian student at 40 minutes in a day finds himself in a fundamentally different picture of the world, where he studies the history of the national liberation struggle of his people against not even Russians, but “the ring of enemies”.
        The history of Ukraine is the history of ancient times, and then a deafening three-century series of humiliations, betrayals, schisms, defeats, failures and oppression. The Ukrainians were offended, the damned Russians, Austrians, Poles, Hungarians offended for three centuries. This is an absolutely Balkan picture of the world, with the replacement of Turkey by Russia.
        So they have now entered the world stage - offended and spitting the Balkans into everyone's face. Yes, we are Scythians. No, we are not Russians. We have, in Ukrainian, bite, m. Ukraine doesn’t need anyone, they have everything anyway, just let them turn around, stop interfering, as the prosperous Cossack power, which had an underwater fleet, interfered with 350 for years in a row. We are now in a purely Cossack style on the Maidan, we will gather, have a talk, and come up with everything.

        When talking with young, independent, Ukrainian Ukrainians, this should be taken into account: we have before us offended people. So they are brought up in schools.
        link:http://masterok.livejournal.com/1795496.html
        1. anfil
          anfil 16 May 2014 17: 26
          +10
          How is the story made!
          I liked one statement on the article, the link to which I cited above.

          a011kirs
          In the 90s it was brought to Serbia. Taking this opportunity (and from old memory) I decided to read something in the library of the local monastery. The abbot denied it, for a long time and persistently asked if I really was from Russia, from Moscow. Then he explained. It turns out that a year before me, some Kiev clown was visiting them, ruined all the old books, stupidly erased all the Russian words, wrote in Ukrainian, or crossed out and wrote on top. This is how "Ukrainian" history is made.
          1. Terrible ensign
            Terrible ensign 16 May 2014 17: 54
            +2
            There are no words to the comment you gave a011kirs, only interjections ...
        2. Turkir
          Turkir 17 May 2014 09: 21
          0
          before us is the offended people. So they are brought up in schools.

          Offended by people of God. God did not give them reason.
          Are Russians offended by us? Are they still offended by God?
          Offended with axes in their hands? There are mental hospitals for this.
          How much can you endure this nonsense? Is this medieval darkness?
          Burn people alive and enjoy it?
          Do they teach elementary HUMAN principles at school or in the family?
          Bring up to be crazy.
          All their upbringing, in a normal person, causes a gag reflex.
      2. vvvvv
        vvvvv 16 May 2014 23: 41
        0
        No, you stole something, hee hee ... But what about the USA ?! Aren't they to blame before us ?! wink
    10. 1812 1945
      1812 1945 16 May 2014 15: 59
      +10
      Quote: Samaritan
      There is no difference between a Ukrainian and a Russian !!! We have nothing to share, we need to unite !!!

      Of course it is! But Sergei Lukyanenko painted a very real picture. It is difficult to change the consciousness of a significant part of the Ukrainian population and achieve an understanding of our unity - after 23 years of rabid anti-Russian propaganda. There is no time for this! It is not left to us by those who prepared and carried out the seizure of power - the USA. In order to set an example of a prosperous life in a fraternal alliance with the Russian people, it is necessary to change ourselves, getting rid of the parasites that suck from Russia juices for tens of billions of dollars taken out of the Russian economy. And the most important thing: if they could not prevent what happened with a "soft" effect, now it is necessary to remove all metastases surgically, and not to be fooled by the Pind..osovsky "world community".
    11. serega.fedotov
      serega.fedotov 16 May 2014 16: 26
      +10
      Quote: Samaritan
      There is no difference between a Ukrainian and a Russian !!! We have nothing to share, we need to unite !!!

      You are absolutely right! But look at Ukrainian sites that hawk Russia, that’s fine. But there they sincerely rejoice at the separation of the Crimea and the DPR! They say we’ll be fine without these dependents in the EU!
      Think about it: the inhabitants are JOYING the collapse of the country! I am not able to UNDERSTAND such a thing! I cannot imagine how to brainwash so much, and now what to do with such SPECIAL FEATURES!
    12. tolyasik0577
      tolyasik0577 16 May 2014 16: 34
      +3
      Quote: Samaritan
      There is no difference between a Ukrainian and a Russian !!! We have nothing to share, we need to unite !!!

      Yes, only Ukrainians don’t think so. I am sorry that the Ukrainian people kept in themselves all the 70 years of anger at Russia. They were only silent. But in fact, the vast majority of them quietly hated Russian. Unfortunately. The Western world needed only to add a little oil to incite hatred and quarrel the two peoples. I’m half Ukrainian and know firsthand the attitude of the Ukrainian towards Russian. I do not remember the case that at least once a Russian with disdain said - (censorship does not pass) Ukrainian. But many times from a Ukrainian hostile (again censorship) Russian or Muscovite. It is very unfortunate and insulting that the people to whom the Russian refers as a brother does not think so.
    13. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 16 May 2014 16: 39
      +10
      Quote: Samaritan
      There is no difference between a Ukrainian and a Russian !!

      Judging by the comments on the Censor, there is a significant difference. A part of Ukrainians in 23 years has stupefied so much that now it looks more like stupid Americans speaking a mov.
    14. Registrar
      Registrar 16 May 2014 16: 50
      +4
      You are right, Samaritan!
      We must unite!
      There would be other circumstances, I would organize a party for the formation of the USSR -
      Union of Free Slavic Republics!
      1. Setrac
        Setrac 19 May 2014 12: 20
        +1
        Quote: Registrator
        Union of Free Slavic Republics!

        There is an ancient name for such a union - the Mongol-Tatar Igo.
    15. Skipper2050
      Skipper2050 16 May 2014 17: 21
      +4
      Quote: Samaritan
      There is no difference between a Ukrainian and a Russian !!! We have nothing to share, we need to unite !!!


      I am Russian, Russian.
      Ukraine, Belarus, Russia - this is one country, one language, one mentality. It is a pity that the "brothers" disperse to please the politicians.
      1. raf
        raf 17 May 2014 16: 27
        0
        That's right, that the word brothers in quotation marks))))), "brothers! Russia and Belarus are somehow similar, at least the ending in the names of the countries, but Ukrainian, what? In general, we'll wait and see. Lukashenko is not eternal and God forbid in Belarus the Ukrainian scenario will repeat itself, who will you call brothers?
    16. AleksUkr
      AleksUkr 16 May 2014 17: 24
      +5
      Quote: Samaritan
      There is no difference between a Ukrainian and a Russian !!!


      Where are the Ukrainians from?
      So:
      1. Initially (from the XNUMXth century) the border servicemen of the Moscow state who served on the Oka River against the Crimeans were called "Ukrainians".
      2.From the second half of the XNUMXth century. under Russian influence, the concept of "Ukrainians" spread to Slobozhans and Little Russian Cossacks. From that time on, it gradually began to be used in Little Russia itself.
      3. By the end of the XVIII century. the first attempts of Russian and Polish writers to use the word "Ukrainians" refer to the entire Little Russian population.
      4. The use of the word "Ukrainians" in the ethnic sense (to denote a separate Slavic ethnos) began in the middle of the XNUMXth century. in the circles of the Russian radical intelligentsia.
      5. "Ukrainians" as a self-name took root only in Soviet times.
      Thus, having arisen no later than the XVI century. and gradually spreading from Moscow to Transcarpathia, the word "Ukrainians" completely changed its meaning: originally meaning the border service people of the Moscow state, it ultimately acquired the meaning of a separate Slavic ethnic group.

      IS THERE A DIFFERENCE BETWEEN UKRAINIANS AND RUSSIANS?
      1. Fanat1984
        Fanat1984 17 May 2014 13: 11
        -3
        Fuck, yes no, RELAX !!!
      2. raf
        raf 17 May 2014 16: 32
        +1
        There is a difference and very, very BIG! Like land and sea !!! Because of the difference, Ukrainians lie down to the west, and the Russians withstood the pressure and flourish, although of course there are problems.
      3. Nonik
        Nonik 18 May 2014 02: 23
        0
        Quote: AleksUkr
        5. "Ukrainians" as a self-name took root only in Soviet times. Thus, having arisen no later than the XNUMXth century. and gradually spreading from Moscow to Transcarpathia, the word "Ukrainians" completely changed its meaning: originally meaning the border service people of the Moscow state, it ultimately acquired the meaning of a separate Slavic ethnic group.
        In fact, since the time of Austria-Hungary around the beginning of the 20th century. Then the first concentration camps in history were created, where those who called themselves Russians were destroyed, and Ukrainians who called themselves were allowed to live. And since then it has begun. From the Austro-Hungarian project in essence.
    17. jktu66
      jktu66 16 May 2014 17: 29
      +1
      There is no difference between a Ukrainian and a Russian !!! We have nothing to share, we need to unite !!!
      Not so simple. In 1941, captured Germans were amazed at the questions of Soviet counterintelligence — why did the workers and peasants of Germany fight on the side of the Nazis?
    18. bomber1100
      bomber1100 16 May 2014 17: 45
      +1
      we have nothing to share, but they really want to share! rather separate!
      and do not forget about the centuries-old influence of Catholics!
    19. Hunghuz
      Hunghuz 16 May 2014 18: 18
      +3
      hi There is a small difference between the Orthodox and Uniates) Ukrainians descended from St. Cain, St. Jude and Mazepa ......)))))))
    20. petalvas
      petalvas 16 May 2014 18: 42
      +2
      Physically, there is no difference, but the mentality has long been different. Example: back in Soviet times, while on a business trip in Dnepropetrovsk (Chief Designer, Head of Department and I, we approached to issue passes to the enterprise. As a person bearing a Khokhlyat surname, I was issued a pass in 2 minutes, and my leaders (with Russian surnames) were kept busy in minutes. until the main one “stomped on them.” And other examples (not only in the Dnieper) of cunning, arrogance and so on are disgusting to remember.
    21. Alfer
      Alfer 17 May 2014 11: 01
      +5
      There is a huge difference between us. Our thinking is different. And there is no need to unite with the Ukrainians. Why do I need friends who want to hang me on a gilyak? Why do we need to unite with those who were 91 with joyful cries enough to feed her from us .Nation of traitors. Mazepa has the main character today. The one who is the only one in the world who was awarded the Order of Judah. ​​To unite with those who shout everywhere in Odessa, burn Russian bastards. To unite with those whose children with happy faces pour fuel bottles. disgusting and parents at the sight of such a smile happily and clap their hands. And at the same time they jump and shout. Someone does not skip. So thank you ... We will never be any brothers there. Grab these stupid ideas of Pan-Slavism. Enough with us all the little brothers of the Bulgarians, Serbs and other holodrootsev.Kotorya only engaged in the fact that at the opportunity we were betrayed and betrayed and at the same time they spit in our face.
      1. zennon
        zennon 17 May 2014 12: 04
        +2
        Quote: Alfer
        Enough with us all the little brothers of the Bulgarians, Serbs and other Holodtrans. They were only engaged in the fact that at the opportunity they betrayed us and betray us and at the same time they spit in our face.

        I agree with everything except this. Serbs did not betray!
        1. Alfer
          Alfer 17 May 2014 19: 06
          0
          Well, yes. We did not betray. It was simply that our canonized far-out stupid Emperor Nicholas II was dragged into the First World War by his actions. And yes, of course, they did not betray. And what ended the defense of these same Serbs in the seventeenth? In my opinion, the Russian Empire did not. And they weren’t very friendly with us in the Soviet Union. Well, now. Where are these little brothers? On my way to the European Union. Well and in the future to NATO. Which they bombed them so democratically. Well, the memory is short.
          1. zennon
            zennon 17 May 2014 20: 06
            0
            Quote: Alfer
            They didn’t betray us. It was simply that our canonized far-out stupid emperor Nicholas II was dragged into the First World War by his actions. And yes, of course, they did not betray.

            Listen! This is too primitive! After the Russian-Turkish war, Austria-Hungary received the right to a protectorate of Serbia for a period of 30 years. But when it expired, the Austrians refused to give the Serbs independence. That is why Nicolo Princip committed the terrorist attack! They fought for sovereignty, not "It is not known why." And in conflicts, ALWAYS acted on our side! And in the Second World War, the ONLY ones who fought with the Germans throughout the war were they!
            1. Alfer
              Alfer 18 May 2014 00: 47
              0
              Well, well..You know better of course. Where now they did not betray. All in pairs to the European Union Prut. Well and, accordingly, later on to NATO. And with what fright did you decide that all Slavs are brothers? Well, yes. Poles, Czech, Slovaks The Slavs too. The truth is that hatred is hiding from these brothers. So why do we cling to the Ukrainians and like a shaman spell to ourselves. We are brothers, we are brothers. And they never thought so either secretly or secretly. And now from these brothers we see such hatred. Only brothers Ukrainians openly declared, to her knives, to a yak to a gilyaka. Poles and others, with all their dislike for us, did not say anything like that. And in these brains this is already a program for action. If at school children on the line under the strict guidance of the director, the head teacher shouting yak at gilyaka, they will grow up and will act just like that. I know many Ukrainians who have lived and worked here in Moscow and Russia for decades. Russia has done nothing wrong. They zha live at the expense of my country. And you know .. With so much hatred for my her country. Already rolls over. And when you ask, what are you doing here? The answer is murderous. So we don’t have a job. Everything has collapsed. We are to blame for them everywhere. It doesn’t matter where they live. In the west of Ukraine, in the South, in the East .. We are to blame and the point. They drove it into the head for decades.
            2. Alfer
              Alfer 18 May 2014 01: 05
              0
              Yes! And all the same he shot at the ex-duke Gavril Princip. I dare to recall a member of the terrorist organization. Mlada Bosna.
            3. Setrac
              Setrac 19 May 2014 12: 27
              0
              Quote: zennon
              Listen! This is too primitive!

              And the fact that Yugoslavia was not included in the Warsaw Treaty is also primitive?
              Quote: zennon
              And in World War II the ONLY who fought with the Germans throughout the war were they!

              The Greeks fought, the Poles, but the point is not that they all fought on their own, without an alliance with the USSR, and therefore such deplorable results. They were not our allies in World War II. But our real enemies - the Anglo-Saxons - were.
              A good enemy is better than a bad relative.
      2. raf
        raf 17 May 2014 16: 35
        0
        I agree absolutely and fully support !!! hiSerbs actually have nothing to do with it. They have always been for Russia! They still support, unlike the "brothers" listed by you.
    22. radar1967
      radar1967 17 May 2014 13: 24
      +1
      What kind of liberal hysteria "there is no difference!" The horse understands that we are all brothers and that we must strive for this. But there is a difference. He knows who lived with them or served with them. No wonder they say "born - a Jew hanged himself." Moreover, a Jew has a meaningful, calculating greed, while a Ukrainian is ... just greed. "Just a little to yourself."
      1. raf
        raf 17 May 2014 16: 37
        0
        Aha! I agree that they have something like "I won't eat it, I bite it," but I wouldn't get the holes.
    23. anomalocaris
      anomalocaris 17 May 2014 15: 11
      0
      Yeah. Personally, I’m not going to ride, I’m from hell and not from Moscow ...
    24. although
      although 18 May 2014 04: 38
      0
      Well, no difference .. I think so too, but not all Ukrainians agree with us
    25. Valrad
      Valrad 18 May 2014 09: 29
      0
      I agree. but in Ukraine I think of a different opinion. and we will have to change it. by any means
    26. Evgtan
      Evgtan 18 May 2014 15: 30
      +1
      That's right!
  2. Stiletto
    Stiletto 16 May 2014 15: 01
    +16
    Quote: Samaritan
    There is no difference between a Ukrainian and a Russian !!! We have nothing to share, we need to unite !!!


    You see "brain damage" not everyone formed. And after this revolutionary flashing, they do not want to unite with us. Moreover, they bark at us with the last words, the list of which is given above ...
    1. Milana
      Milana 16 May 2014 15: 08
      +11
      You are very, very right ...
      This is reality.
      1. older
        older 16 May 2014 15: 32
        +9
        Quote: Stiletto
        And after this revolutionary flashing, they do not want to unite with us.

        And I don’t want ... Probably, to understand and forgive us our life is not enough ... And they are asking for help just because they can’t cope with the enemy. Moreover, on both sides. And the junta prays for a loan from Russia, and southeast ...
        Ukrainians, in order to be reborn, in order to understand what they want, must pass more water and copper pipes ... So far, only the beginning is fire
    2. GDP
      GDP 16 May 2014 15: 13
      +15
      Great article! I myself had the feeling that the Ukrainians' idea of ​​Russia was stuck somewhere in the 90's ...
      There is no difference between a Ukrainian and a Russian !!! We have nothing to share, we need to unite !!!

      Yes ... almost none! Yes, we need to unite in the name of common benefit based on common interests and history.
      Only now you can’t convince most of them of this. For 70% of Ukrainians, we are scoops and Putin's zombies, the descendants of the damned communes who oppressed Ukraine ...

      Just after the collapse of the USSR, it was necessary to somehow create the national consciousness of Ukrainians and prove and show them all that Ukrainians are not Russians, as an excuse for the emergence of a new state and a new government, which of course should have been better than the previous one ...

      And what is the easiest way to prove that they are better? To say that others are even worse ...
      1. alex shnajder
        alex shnajder 16 May 2014 15: 40
        +3
        70 percent you bent ... no more than 50 to 50.
        1. andj61
          andj61 16 May 2014 16: 04
          +5
          Quote: alex shnajder
          70 percent you bent ... no more than 50 to 50.

          It is difficult to say about the percentage. "Brain overload" was not formed in everyone, but those who did have it, all this and rushing out. They are much LOUDER and better heard. I hope that there are a quarter of them, no more.
    3. Aikusun
      Aikusun 16 May 2014 16: 37
      +5
      Unfortunately this is so, even though I was born in the USSR, I remember very little from this time, and what I remember really makes me happy. And when he grew up and listened to his parents and grandparents, he became more and more convinced that such a country was shamed. I always wanted all the former union republics to become united again. After all, nobody felt bad. Now only those in power interfere with this. It’s hard to give them a wheel. And how would they heal now if all the republics were gathered? Yes, we would not need either Europe or the United States! Dreams Dreams. But what if?
  3. nikrandel
    nikrandel 16 May 2014 15: 05
    +6
    "The power of Russia can only be undermined by the separation of Ukraine from it ... it is necessary not only to tear away, but also to oppose Ukraine to Russia. To do this, you only need to find and raise traitors among the elite and, with their help, change the self-consciousness of one part of the great nation to such an extent that it will to hate everything Russian, to hate your kind, without realizing it. Everything else is a matter of time. " - said at one time Bismarck

    Source: http://www.bugaga.ru/interesting/1146716904-otto-fon-bismark-o-rossii.html#ixzz3
    1sL6mmUq
    Western propaganda continues to destroy an entire nation for imperialist purposes in relation to Russia.
    1. vadimN
      vadimN 16 May 2014 15: 21
      +13
      Do not idealize Bismarck. The old man was right in many respects, but he also could err. He is not the ultimate truth. Times go on, change ... Russia without Ukraine lived and developed for 20 years, restored its power, and Ukraine, apart from regular Maidans, could not create anything stable. So, do not idealize Bismarck ...
      1. older
        older 16 May 2014 15: 36
        +10
        Quote: vadimN
        Russia without Ukraine lived and developed for 20 years, restored its power, and Ukraine, apart from regular Maidans, could not create anything stable.

        And you can’t argue. I’m personally enraged by the constant thesis-We are brothers ... Damn, guys, go to any Ukrainian site and understand who we are. Only we have this Soviet slogan applied ... There we are all at best scum .. .And so ordinary fascists and occupiers ...
        1. anfil
          anfil 16 May 2014 17: 22
          +3
          Damn, guys, go to any Ukrainian site and understand who we are. Only we have this Soviet slogan applied ...


          Voooot !!!
          It is Soviet, because, as we were taught in history by the BROTHER PEOPLES, and not as they say now, younger brothers. I do not remember point blank that we called someone junior.
        2. Penzyac
          Penzyac 16 May 2014 19: 38
          +2
          Quote: older
          Quote: vadimN
          Russia without Ukraine lived and developed for 20 years, restored its power, and Ukraine, apart from regular Maidans, could not create anything stable.

          And you can’t argue. I’m personally enraged by the constant thesis-We are brothers ... Damn, guys, go to any Ukrainian site and understand who we are. Only we have this Soviet slogan applied ... There we are all at best scum .. .And so ordinary fascists and occupiers ...

          If your brother, especially an identical twin brother, goes to some sect, for example, to the Hare Krishnas or Oun SENRIKYO and says that you are not his brother anymore, will you stop calling him brother too? A brother, even a prodigal and unlucky one, is still a brother.
          1. yur
            yur 17 May 2014 23: 06
            +1
            Quote: PENZYAC
            will say that you are no longer his brother, will you also stop calling him brother? A brother, even a prodigal and a bad guy, is still a brother.
            And if your hypothetical "identical brother" regularly steals from you, insults your wife and children, mocks your common mother and, finally, betrays you to bandits or an enemy, will you still consider him a brother? ME NOT.
        3. Alfer
          Alfer 18 May 2014 00: 57
          +1
          I completely agree. They both fled from us in 91, they just betrayed us in a difficult moment. Well, they have a common occurrence. They have it in their blood. They fled with yelling enough to feed her. Both Lvov and Donetsk fled .. Odessa and Poltava. Here such brothers. These brothers in Odessa recently shouted together the whole city. Burn the damned Russians. And after that they will tell me that they are brothers? No, I don’t have any brothers there.
          1. Nonik
            Nonik 18 May 2014 02: 27
            0
            Quote: Alfer
            These brothers in Odessa recently shouted together the whole city. Burn the damned Russians. And after that they will tell me that they are brothers? No, I don’t have any brothers there.

            Yes, not the whole city, why misinterpret something? am
      2. starochkin77
        starochkin77 16 May 2014 17: 14
        +3
        Bismarck is the 19th century, then almost all industry and arable lands were located in the western provinces of the Russian Empire, including the Outskirts, there was not even a Transib, therefore it was considered important in the Empire. Already after the revolution, when the development of the Urals and Siberia began (industrialization) and the evacuation of the industry during the Second World War beyond the Urals, plus "Celina" after the Second World War and the development of industry beyond the Urals, the value of Okrana, has greatly decreased. So when I read Brzezinski (Russia is not an Empire without Ukraine) I find it funny, he thinks the day before yesterday! hi
        1. Sour
          Sour 16 May 2014 18: 04
          +2
          Quote: starochkin77
          So when I read Brzezinski (Russia is not an Empire without Ukraine) it makes me laugh, he thinks the day before yesterday!

          Absolutely.
          And not only he is alone, but also many supposedly "Russian patriots", almost quoting Bismarck and Brzezinski.
          Their brains got stuck in the 19th century.
      3. Sour
        Sour 16 May 2014 18: 02
        +2
        Quote: vadimN
        . Russia without Ukraine lived and developed for 20 years, restored its power, and Ukraine, apart from regular Maidans, could not create anything stable.

        Exactly.
        It is a pity that I can put only one plus.
        Russia is primary, Ukraine is secondary.
        Russia without Ukraine will be a great country, and Ukraine without Russia was, is and will be nothing.
        1. raf
          raf 17 May 2014 16: 47
          +1
          That's right !!!!!! hi
    2. raf
      raf 17 May 2014 16: 44
      0
      The power of Russia depends only on Russia itself !!! Ukraine has nothing to do with it, we lived without banderlogs and we will live!
  4. mad
    mad 16 May 2014 15: 05
    +28
    The author forgot about the contribution of the central television of ukraine to this whole "change"
    1. Milana
      Milana 16 May 2014 15: 10
      +3
      The comment under the screen of the 5th channel is just super!
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    3. Hariva
      Hariva 16 May 2014 15: 31
      +2
      Ukro-television helped him, with each report from year to year reinforcing the opinion: "Everything is bad in Russia!"

      Be careful.
  5. Name
    Name 16 May 2014 15: 05
    +29
    You know, it seems to me that every zombie from Ukraine needs to know that even after Rogozin’s statements, even the Americans were worried ... Here's how to convey this to them ... and:
    1. Milana
      Milana 16 May 2014 15: 32
      +3
      Thanks for the smile !!!
  6. Giant thought
    Giant thought 16 May 2014 15: 07
    +10
    The fact that Ukrainians have been brainwashed for twenty years, we know this, and based on this postulate we act. And those who have normal brains are now fighting with the Maidan. And we will support them in every way, and God grant them victory.
    1. Arhj
      Arhj 16 May 2014 15: 17
      +7
      Quote: Giant thought
      The fact that Ukrainians have been brainwashed for twenty years, we know this, and based on this postulate we act. And those who have normal brains are now fighting with the Maidan. And we will support them in every way, and God grant them victory.

      You can also add that those who have brain problems will soon start fighting both with the Maidan and with each other, because prices, unlike income, are rising, and the independence from the damned Russia for bread, which by the way has also risen in price, stubbornly .
      1. older
        older 16 May 2014 15: 41
        +1
        Have you carefully read the documents of the DPR and the latest statements by the leaders of this republic?
        They are fighting simply because the maydauns began to take their wages. The junta needs money, but where to get it from the workers. Peasants in the West live more by subsistence farming.
        Talking about Russia is needed simply as attracting Russian help ...
        1. Burberry
          Burberry 16 May 2014 16: 38
          +3
          Quote: older
          They are fighting simply because the maydauns began to take their salaries. The junta needs money, but where to get it?

          I will not say for everyone, and even more so for the leadership of the DPR, but people in Slavyansk are fighting with the Nazis and for their land, their children and the future.
          And finances - yes, as one of the reasons, why the junta guys give money?
  7. Arh
    Arh 16 May 2014 15: 09
    +1
    Sluggish-schizophrenia, there are acute forms !!! smile
  8. super-vitek
    super-vitek 16 May 2014 15: 11
    +1
    The video is cool !!! But at the same time it’s very sad in the light of recent events. I don’t know when it will all end, but one thing I know for sure NEVER THERE WILL BE SUCH RELATIONS THAT WERE BEFORE !!! A pity !!!
    1. vtoroy
      vtoroy 16 May 2014 16: 09
      +1
      And personally, I don’t like the video, especially if you remember that it’s quite old and made in the OSP studio, and this is Tatyana Lazareva, Shatz, actually, look at their current political views, probably then what they’re just making money now .. .
    2. zao74
      zao74 16 May 2014 17: 40
      0
      There will be, there will be good relations when the Ukrainian people sweep Bandera's trash from their land.
  9. optimist
    optimist 16 May 2014 15: 12
    +2
    Let's hope that the author just had a good laugh. In fact, all this is far from funny: this is the greatest tragedy. And the modern media can easily convince a normal peasant that women are terrible, and he was a homosexual all his life, he just didn’t notice ... Over the past quarter century, the population of the former USSR has been weaning their heads out hard: we are now reaping the results.
    1. Penzyac
      Penzyac 16 May 2014 19: 48
      +2
      Quote: optimist
      ... modern media can easily convince a normal peasant that women are terrible, and he was a homosexual all his life, he just did not notice ...

      Persuade, do not persuade - well, it’s not worth it for me men, at least crack! request wassat
  10. Gomunkul
    Gomunkul 16 May 2014 15: 12
    +6
    A quarter century ago, the average Ukrainian (that is, a resident of Ukraine) lived in the firm belief that he feeds, teaches and protects one sixth of the world. Mostly, of course, stupid, I'm a Nazi face, ov, but also wild chocks and Chukchi.
    To the point it is said, I personally heard from them at the same time. Their favorite then was the saying that Ukraine feeds Russia, and that without Ukraine, Russia will die of hunger. And Belarusians were generally not considered people. hi
    1. Good cat
      Good cat 16 May 2014 15: 26
      +7
      I confirm, 90-92 years. spent in Kharkov, all the speeches were present, at the current showdown he remembered this to his comrades and asked why they didn’t live well without us, the answer was silence
    2. Cristall
      Cristall 16 May 2014 17: 14
      -1
      Quote: Gomunkul
      Their favorite then was the saying that Ukraine feeds Russia, and that without Ukraine, Russia will die of hunger.

      only Internet trolls and lacking opinions believe near-minded people.
      I think they somewhat confuse the need to participate in the Russian food market from the word "feeds all of Russia"
      Quote: Gomunkul
      And Belarusians were generally not considered people

      Doctors ... Residents of Belarus respect stronger than Russians. But in general, they are somehow neutral with respect to Ukrainian affairs and even quietly cooperate ...
      1. Gomunkul
        Gomunkul 16 May 2014 19: 53
        0
        only Internet trolls and lacking opinions believe near-minded people.
        Well, you know better.
        So you yourself answer about the attitude of Ukrainians to Russian
        Doctors ... Residents of Belarus respect stronger than Russians.
        hi
  11. ybrcfy27
    ybrcfy27 16 May 2014 15: 16
    +10
    We are one people and, rather, we are Russians, but I am from Ukraine, but for some reason I believed that from Russian
    1. Gomunkul
      Gomunkul 16 May 2014 20: 10
      0
      We are one people and, rather, we are Russians, but I am from Ukraine
      It’s good that you understand this, in 1991 many thought differently, and that’s why the USSR was destroyed, it was destroyed on national grounds. hi
  12. VNP1958PVN
    VNP1958PVN 16 May 2014 15: 18
    +6
    All of them get the flu together, but they go crazy one by one. And when they tell you 20 years old that you are great and mighty, and so the thief and villain, everything dreams of depriving you of fat, this does not add love. I'm afraid that the fraternity will no longer work yes
    1. Not angry
      Not angry 16 May 2014 15: 50
      +3
      Quote: VNP1958PVN
      I'm afraid that the fraternity will no longer work



      It will not work out of course tomorrow, but it will work out. Russia was torn apart many times by parts; they collided with each other for years, and the people united. Time will pass and everything will normalize. The one regret of the Blood will be shed much.
  13. Mareman Vasilich
    Mareman Vasilich 16 May 2014 15: 22
    +2
    If someone thinks that after the recent events in Ukraine, we have something in common with those who support the junta, then they are mistaken. There is only one medicine, and it is in the hands of the surgeon.
  14. Echelon
    Echelon 16 May 2014 15: 24
    +2
    And here is what the Americans need to remember when communicating with the Russians.
    http://topwar.ru/5217-neizvestnaya-voyna-russkie-glazami-amerikanca.html
    Not everything is so bad and unambiguous.
  15. Roman 1977
    Roman 1977 16 May 2014 15: 25
    +26
    I believe that you need to behave like this:
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    3. bubalik
      bubalik 16 May 2014 15: 40
      +18

      Roman 1977 RU 
      I believe that you need to behave like this:


      ,,, and from childhood to teach ,,,
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  16. Leshka
    Leshka 16 May 2014 15: 28
    +4
    not all zombie
    1. Eugene
      Eugene 16 May 2014 15: 33
      +14
      Not all is not all, but we Crimeans, now we think hard. Who to call to Ukraine. In response, sometimes such nonsense sounds that you are simply amazed. It seems like adults ....
  17. Baloo_bst
    Baloo_bst 16 May 2014 15: 32
    +13
    “Take away the history of the people - and in a generation it will turn into a crowd, and in a generation it can be controlled like a herd.”

    Josef Goebbels
    1. Gomunkul
      Gomunkul 16 May 2014 15: 51
      +3
      Take away the history of the people - and in a generation it will turn into a crowd, and in a generation it can be controlled as a herd
      If history is taken away from the trouble, if it is forbidden to speak the native language, that’s where the catastrophe will be. hi
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  18. muhomor
    muhomor 16 May 2014 15: 36
    +4
    You can not be divided into Russian and Ukrainians. We are one people. The Slavs were always sensitive to the idea of ​​social justice. And now playing on this idea and the feeling of nat. dignity (nationalism), someone wants to oppose us and warm our paws. The West is sleeping and sees how Taras grappled with Ivan.
    1. raf
      raf 17 May 2014 16: 59
      +1
      Skoropadsky, Petliura, Bandera, etc. are also Slavs, so what? The same Poles, I'm not talking about the Bulgarians, also Slavs. We are different peoples, different !!!
  19. Dimkin
    Dimkin 16 May 2014 15: 37
    +7
    A good article written with sorcasm and irony.
  20. Agent 008
    Agent 008 16 May 2014 15: 37
    +5
    Quote: Samaritan
    There is no difference between a Ukrainian and a Russian !!! We have nothing to share, we need to unite !!!

    Yes, go to Lviv and unite there if they don’t cut you into flaps when they find out that you are their Russian brother ...
  21. alex shnajder
    alex shnajder 16 May 2014 15: 38
    -18%
    the author of the article is a short-sighted m ... to ........ and this is the diagnosis
    never argue with an idiot, he will lower you to his level and will win by experience.
    more such articles and there will be even more Westerners and Bandera .....
    1. Turkir
      Turkir 18 May 2014 01: 15
      0
      And you are far away. The level is visible immediately.
      Bandera raised their heads just because of people like you. Silent there and talkative here.
      After Odessa, you'd better think for yourself who and how your grandchildren will be raised, and not to read moral instruction.
      You read notations to your fascists.
  22. Vitaly Anisimov
    Vitaly Anisimov 16 May 2014 15: 44
    +12
    When the Ukrainian authorities demanded 15 billion from Russia (again), they would probably pay for gas (the article was today) I was in shock .. And I can only express in profanity .. shorter than the brain .. laughing
    1. Makarych
      Makarych 16 May 2014 23: 56
      +1
      Well, yes, yes ... N.a.s.r.r.a.t. under the door, call and ask for a piece of paper. Even mara.zmati.kami language does not turn IT and THESE to call
  23. Skaramaks
    Skaramaks 16 May 2014 15: 46
    +9
    Ukraine is a European country !!! Russia must (sorry), obliged (again sorry), Russia can behave with Ukraine as a European power.
    1. Sell gas at Euro prices
    2. Introduce a visa regime for couplers and dyvchins (especially from Leningradka)
    3. Well, in short, communicate as with a European power.
    EVERYTHING
  24. Turk
    Turk 16 May 2014 15: 48
    +8
    Quote: Milana
    You are very, very right ...
    This is reality.
  25. ed65b
    ed65b 16 May 2014 15: 48
    +12
    how they diligently spoiled us all this time in Chechnya and Georgia. how they made fun of us and wished Russia death. now it's our turn. South-east "Chechnya" of Ukraine. Russia for two times can turn the whole of Ukraine into a battlefield without introducing troops. just need it? I have no answer to this question. One thing I see is that the two regions will not be able to live in the same state with Kiev. The killed will not allow. With every shot and blood of civilians, the ship called Ukraine is sinking deeper into the abyss.
  26. Vitaly Anisimov
    Vitaly Anisimov 16 May 2014 15: 53
    +12
    Here is such a power in Kiev ... So there is nothing to be surprised
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 16 May 2014 16: 42
      +3
      Quote: MIKHAN
      Here is such a power in Kiev ...

      And where is Klitschko in this photo?
      1. Alexanderrr
        Alexanderrr 16 May 2014 21: 35
        +1
        And where is Klitschko in this photo?

        Fourth on the left, in the second row. Snout is not visible - shy!
  27. VSC
    VSC 16 May 2014 15: 55
    +4
    We are not the same, but just one people: Russians, Ukrainians, Belarusians. But to call the bandits who seized power in Kiev, comrades, it’s just not decent, he is a bandit.
    1. Turkir
      Turkir 18 May 2014 01: 21
      0
      You are wasting your time. They cannot understand you. Nothing.
  28. Walk
    Walk 16 May 2014 15: 57
    +6
    Quote: Orik
    Every Russian and Ukrainian needs to know one thing: we are ONE PEOPLE and treat each other with LOVE (the article demonstrates unnecessary arrogance and mockery), then no advice is needed "what you need to know" and do, love will prompt and cover everything.

    Have you ever wondered why in Russia they treat Ukraine in the range from good to neutral, and in Ukraine for some reason from neutral to hatred? Maybe it's time to stop deceiving ourselves? If 30 years ago, the inhabitants of Ukraine looked down at the inhabitants of Russia, and those who lived beyond the Urals were generally considered cattle (I know from personal experience), then maybe it is time to make them see clearly. Accustomed to a freebie to use energy, considering that Russia owes them a coffin of life. Let them live within their means now.
  29. chelovektapok
    chelovektapok 16 May 2014 15: 59
    +13
    The article, albeit with irony, but in principle correctly describes the situation. In the 90s I had to study the "price tags" for the products of the ukraviazavod: a bolt - $ 25, a nut - $ 35, a nut-bolt-washer bolt connection $ 150. As a result, this whole plant does not cost as much as they ask for a product ... The chief with a secretary, demonstratively communicates in "movi" with the entire delegation from Russia. And the secretary serves tea and coffee as if she had just sucked off the top financier of Switzerland personally. Turkey's "fanned feathers" and the initial signs of Nazi life were back in the 90s. Although there were normal people with whom you could go fishing and relax very mentally. But this is more of the WORK (moreover, Russian-speaking). The objective course of the process led to the final result. If society is sick, then it will not build POWER. and will poison chickens from a neighbor out of filth, envy, laziness, and an exaggerated sense of self-aggrandizement from scratch.
  30. Slovek
    Slovek 16 May 2014 16: 01
    +3
    Guys, look. we all speak correctly and what we feel in our hearts. But here such garbage turns out that if all the time we ourselves remember only the bad things that happened from the Ukrainians, Poles, Romanians, Czechs and Slovaks, then we ourselves slide down to the level of kindergarten, such as "the fool himself" or "Polish claims" (you can say that it has become a household name when, in any case, the Russians are to blame for all the problems). And as a result, we ourselves all the time slide down to the level of discussions, who has done more nasty things to whom and who is more to blame for this. Although it is worth noting that an ordinary person, and if he is still alone, will think before scolding Mother Russia. And we are the only people, from the same cradle and Moscow was founded by the Kiev prince, and no matter how some personalities would try to fear their importance and try to present themselves as a special people, we have a common Slavic language and common roots, and we all got mixed up with each other, which now we are going to arrange a cleaning of the ranks, to catch the Ukrainians, to check the blood?
    Therefore, we will follow the example of the president and not respond to their rudeness with our rudeness, let them get mad, break through, calm down and sober up from the Maidan sivukha. And then they will see for themselves what deeds they have done and what kind of beast - "ave. Seka" they raised themselves.
    1. thinker
      thinker 16 May 2014 16: 55
      +3
      If we always remember only the bad things that happened from Ukrainians, Poles, Romanians, Czechs and Slovaks

      Chatter on the forums, he is chatter. But really - today there was a program on RTR - Anatomy of Love. Eva, Paula, Barbara and Beata
      Polish beauties of the actress, who played in Soviet and post-Soviet cinema, became part of his story. More recently, very kindly remembered Banionis to the 80th anniversary. And there are as many such examples!
  31. mamont5
    mamont5 16 May 2014 16: 03
    +4
    Creepy. But correctly spelled. It seems like you want to laugh, but you have to cry.
  32. REDBLUE
    REDBLUE 16 May 2014 16: 09
    +4
    Everything is funny if it were not so sad. Bandera Ukrainians, reinforced with buns from the Maidan, imagined themselves to be the navel of the earth. But it turned out that they are in the most to eat latrine. And now they are furious with helplessness. But it seems to me that these are still flowers. And the berries will be after May 25. When someone is elected and half will be for the new president, and the other half will go to the Maidan again. This is where the right-wing people will beat each other. And where it will go is not yet clear. But definitely not in a "civilized" geyroppa
  33. van50man
    van50man 16 May 2014 16: 15
    +2
    The commentary by the author does not appeal to adequate Ukrainians, but to those who are depicted in the picture. Perhaps the art style does not pretend to be laurels, but in his own way is kind (albeit sarcastic). The author hardly wanted to offend the pride and originality of a non-resident resident. the attitude that formed a certain community (it’s clear which ...) and hammered into many of its citizens has already put everyone on edge, even those who are not interested in the fate of the people torn apart (artificially) to pieces. Reminding implicitly the old Russian (and not only) sayings: don’t spit in the well ..., don’t throw a stone if you yourself ..., don’t bite the hand of the giver ..., etc. Those who, for a long time, don’t have to explain anything, they perfectly remember EVERYTHING who, to whom and how much ... And therefore - it’s sad to look like a bunch of scum, it’s soiling everything that touches, in the hope of dragging decent and worthy people, then to bark, from behind and try to bite, counting on ,, protection ,,. The usual practice of a scoundrel.
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  35. arch_kate3
    arch_kate3 16 May 2014 16: 18
    +6
    You can’t wash your brain for 20 years! This is a mentality! Not all are the same: someone for the Russian way, someone for the other. Let them separate and live separately, and then we will see.
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 16 May 2014 16: 43
      +2
      Quote: arch_kate3
      You can’t wash your brain for 20 years!

      Easy! Or are you still not convinced of this?
    2. raf
      raf 17 May 2014 17: 14
      0
      Wow, how else do you wash it !!! Example-Ukraine !!! They also tried and try to rinse us, but to hell with them, although there are some liberal-pink-blue uninhabited descendants of the Trotskyists who are trying to establish themselves on Bolotnaya.
  36. galser
    galser 16 May 2014 16: 27
    +1
    If there are a lot of such zombies, then they accumulate a group of people. In general, they will create a squeeze in society that - we can’t make a mistake at what time !! So they will boil in their juice at home, at work,
    nurturing a new generation RIGHT!
  37. Silkway0026
    Silkway0026 16 May 2014 16: 29
    +4
    article is nothing new.

    But, here's the question: the other day, for the use of the term "xoxol" in a completely harmless passage, the moderator (administrator, whatever he is), was given a "warning" with a link to the Site Rules. Separately, it was stated that "there will be no more warnings."
    And now I am reading an article .... and what do I see? "xoxol", "xoxloykr", "mockal" and other delights of mutual love of fraternal peoples.

    Or on our site like Jen Psaki? "... moving on to the next question ..."
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 16 May 2014 16: 45
      -1
      Quote: Silkway0026
      But, here's the question: the other day, for the use of the term "xoxol" in a completely harmless passage, the moderator (administrator, whatever he is), was given a "warning" with a link to the Site Rules. Separately, it was stated that "there will be no more warnings."

      That's what you are sitting here and lying ?????? Here are your two warnings ..
      1. Mom, sit and don’t fuck @ it 2013-10-01 13:11:38 Change | Delete
      2. С чебуреками 2013-10-15 08:46:29

      So sit and do not lie or you need to attract attention to yourself.
      1. Silkway0026
        Silkway0026 16 May 2014 17: 00
        +1
        I’m embarrassed to ask ... did the author of the article also write a warning? (I don’t need to attract attention, I’m not a politician or a media figure)
        1. Silkway0026
          Silkway0026 16 May 2014 17: 11
          +1
          Hmm .... it's clear, everything is like Jen Psaki's ... "... moving on to the next question ..."
        2. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 16 May 2014 18: 26
          -1
          Quote: Silkway0026
          I’m embarrassed to ask ... did the author of the article also write a warning?

          Have you received a warning?
          1. Silkway0026
            Silkway0026 17 May 2014 01: 33
            +2
            You, my dear, gracefully evade the answer, than my "xoxles" turned out to be "more wrong" than other "xoxles", "ykropov", "mockels", which I see everywhere even without the article I mentioned, but in the comments before and after it. If I had set myself the goal, I would have counted and provided a bunch of links (screenshots). Lack of time. But double standards (or selective bias) are evident.
            1. Silkway0026
              Silkway0026 17 May 2014 11: 52
              +2
              something it reminded me of the situation in Ukraine - when the junta had no arguments, a weapon went into action))))
  38. shitovmg
    shitovmg 16 May 2014 16: 29
    +5
    Twenty-odd years ago, Ukraine inherited, from the USSR, the second economy in Europe, after Germany! There is nothing to talk about further. The USSR is the second in the world after the states, now Russia is the fifth. Feel the difference ... God grant, to our Ukrainian brothers, prudence !!!
  39. White53
    White53 16 May 2014 16: 31
    +11
    I agree with the author! Himself a descendant of "Westerners" repatriated to Siberia. My cousin grew up with me (he lived with his parents nearby), graduated from school in Siberia, in Omsk, a road institute, worked at BAM as the head of a motor depot And then left for Ukraine. And that's it ... the lad got sick, they rob him, eat him up !! Siberian Ukrainians don’t want to see him anymore! This is what the air of "square" does to people!
  40. Zomanus
    Zomanus 16 May 2014 16: 32
    +6
    Normal article. What kind of brotherly people, when they shot us in the back at 1944. It is clear that, as elsewhere, there are very violent, there are silently supporting them and there are hatskrayniki. But personally, if I am for the unification of fraternal peoples, then only after a thorough screening. Because Ukraine is just awesome right now (there is a more accurate expression, but it will be banned). So, until they calm down between themselves, see to us this friendship of fraternal peoples.
    1. bubla5
      bubla5 16 May 2014 17: 26
      +3
      It’s just never been a brotherly people and never will be, so the neighbors
      1. Kunar
        Kunar 17 May 2014 09: 08
        +1
        NOT to be confused with the Galicians ..... onet near Austria until 1918, then under the Poles until 1939 ...
        and where are the Ukrainians?
    2. zavesa01
      zavesa01 19 May 2014 14: 52
      0
      So far, only the Belarusians have shown our brothers.
  41. mig31
    mig31 16 May 2014 16: 34
    +1
    The main thing in this battle, in spite of OUR HUMAN LOSSES of OUR BROTHERS, is to show and put in place the thirsty and bloodthirsty State Department with a geyropa ...
  42. ren1999
    ren1999 16 May 2014 16: 35
    -6
    This is not the Lukyanenko that wrote about different patrols, about twilight? If he is, then he dwells at dusk. And he means the whole Ukrainian people in his idiotic opus. And how does he differ from an ordinary fascist? -, and we are an exceptional nation?
    I understand freedom of speech, freedom of opinion, but why does a reputable site publish this nonsense? After all, our bros from a past life, and even our current ones, who have stood in front of real Nazis, will be really offended by this stupid dregs.

    I apologize to all normal Ukrainians for the author, if at least partially this can compensate for the undeserved insult.
    1. VengefulRat
      16 May 2014 17: 02
      +2
      Quote: ren1999
      This is not the Lukyanenko that wrote about different patrols, about twilight? If he is, then he dwells at dusk. And he means the whole Ukrainian people in his idiotic opus.

      Not a normal Ukrainian people, but a bunch of rabid "Svidomites". And this handful is unfortunately growing. The tragic events in Odessa, Mariupol and the speeches of the Kherson governor on May 9 are a direct indicator of this.
    2. Alexanderrr
      Alexanderrr 16 May 2014 21: 55
      +1
      Of course, there were normal Little Russians, if you want-Ukrainians. But to consider oneself equal among many is boring, where it is more fun to be both great and humble. For simplicity those Ukrainians who chose this fate for themselves we will continue to call ukrami, khokhloukrami and other offensive words. The use of ukrami words "quilted jacket", "colorad", "I am a Nazi muzzle," and "b" gives us every right to do so.

      Well, if you read the article carefully? Above is a quote from the article.
      I apologize to all normal Ukrainians

      About normal - not a single offensive word.
  43. Horn
    Horn 16 May 2014 16: 43
    +5
    I don’t know, I don’t know ... I went, for the sake of interest, to "censorship.net", - almost vomited. It feels like I've been in a public dirty toilet without ventilation. Okay, if this shkolota defecates, but there are adults there too. Where does so much hate come from? They blame the Russians for all the troubles, they say that this is a response to the attacks of the Russians. But there is no such rabid kaklosrach on our websites and in our media ?!
  44. parus2nik
    parus2nik 16 May 2014 16: 53
    +1
    I agree with the Samaritan There is no difference between a Ukrainian and a Russian !!! We have nothing to share, we need to unite !!! ... We, too, in Russia are full of those who have brainwashed. On May 18 they will come out indignant ..
    1. Wels75
      Wels75 16 May 2014 17: 42
      +5
      All conscious and intelligent people think the same way too !! How else? Slavs and Orthodox, we must be together! Read the appeal of S. Milosevic:
      “Russians! Now I am addressing all Russians, the inhabitants of Ukraine and Belarus in the Balkans are also considered Russians. Look at us and remember - they will do the same to you when you break up and give slack. West - a mad dog will grab your throat.

      Brothers, remember the fate of Yugoslavia! Do not let me do the same to you!

      Why do you need Europe, Russians? It is difficult to find a more self-sufficient people than you. It is Europe that needs you, but you do not need it. There are so many of you - as many as three countries, but there is no unity! You have everything of your own: a lot of land, energy, fuel, water, science, industry, culture. When we had Yugoslavia and we were united, we felt like a great force capable of moving mountains. Now, because of our own stupidity, nationalism, unwillingness to hear each other, Yugoslavia no longer exists, and we are pimples on the political map of Europe, new markets for their expensive junk and American democracy. "

      in continuation
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=
      1. Wels75
        Wels75 16 May 2014 18: 01
        +1
        the above link is not copied correctly above))))

        http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C7uCGhdCWa4



        In the Serbs urinate !!! The Russian flag on the podium and with Katyusha to the whole stadium !!! Against dill !!!
  45. Beloborodov
    Beloborodov 16 May 2014 17: 02
    +3
    Why do Ukrainians write the word "HUNDRED" in Russian? Or are they not all Ukrainian words, partly the language is borrowed from the Russians?
    1. daemon
      daemon 16 May 2014 19: 46
      +1
      because a hundred in both Russian and Ukrainian are written and read the same way, and languages ​​are very similar to each other, except for a few words and pronunciation;))
    2. fghjvbn13
      fghjvbn13 16 May 2014 19: 58
      0
      because it is surzhik.
    3. 29261
      29261 17 May 2014 16: 44
      0
      "Great" Nezalezhnaya Mova, that is, an artificial language, which is no more than 150 years old. From here is such a moviton!
      1. willarlibby
        willarlibby 18 May 2014 19: 53
        0
        Can I hear this from the “akaych” hall?
  46. dik-fort
    dik-fort 16 May 2014 17: 05
    +9
    I have a daughter, Russian dad, Ukrainian mum from Sumy region, where there are a lot of relatives. And there are millions of such people. My daughter asked if there would be a war, for whom you will fight, the answer is for the Russians of course, and if your relatives will fight against you, the answer is so what if they are for Bandera, then they are not my relatives, they made their choice.
    1. daemon
      daemon 16 May 2014 19: 52
      +11
      it’s easier for children to make a choice;))
      1. zavesa01
        zavesa01 19 May 2014 14: 56
        0
        For 3,14 dora. repeat Although it’s more correct to say for Europeans. For in Europe there are most of them.
  47. navara399
    navara399 16 May 2014 17: 06
    -14%
    It is disgusting to read, okay, the author hates the Ukrainians, but we are so hated for laying out such a thing.
  48. sandrmur76
    sandrmur76 16 May 2014 17: 09
    -11%
    Personally, my opinion (the article is nonsense!) How famously, all under one comb. Their television zombies people! They only hear lies that are beneficial to the West. There are nits in every state. Laws do not work there and everyone does what makes them crazy. I'm sure that there are a lot of good people. The author is imposing a bad ideology on us, just like them there. No need to push people with their foreheads. (Author) ordinary racist !!! stop
    1. Bormental
      Bormental 17 May 2014 18: 01
      -1
      Let's wait for the appearance of "a lot of good people", but for the bad ones, who are already in a fucking amount right now, if cho, we'll substitute a point.
  49. fire
    fire 16 May 2014 17: 13
    +1
    Clearly, figuratively and to the point! The very essence! :-)
  50. crambol
    crambol 16 May 2014 17: 16
    +5
    About communication. Last year I found on the Web the address of the excellent sailor Boris Evtekhov, with whom he served in Krasnaya Gorka and Zapolyarye in the late 50s and early 60s. To celebrate, I typed a bunch of photos of those years - they are on my computer - I called to distant Konstatinovka in the Donetsk region. After a joyful conversation (after fifty years!) I ask: Borya, do you have a mailing address in your computer, do you want to send photos? After a short silence, in a plaintive voice, Borya said: What a computer!
    A year has passed, and I still cannot forgive myself for the idiotic question.
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