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The war in Ukraine: whose side is occupied by the right and left in the world

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The events in Ukraine, which can already be described with full confidence as a civil war, caused a mixed reaction from the world community. As for the reaction of states as the main subjects of world politics, everything is clear. There is a clear anti-Russian bloc that has formed around the United States, primarily the former Soviet republics of the Baltic states, Poland, and a number of Eastern European states. There are also anti-Russian EU countries. Most of the countries of the world tend to take a neutral wait-and-see attitude. And finally, a number of states that are not afraid to show their support for the return of the Crimea to Russia. However, this article is not about the official positions of certain states of the world, but about the perception of events in Ukraine by political parties and movements.

The war in Ukraine: whose side is occupied by the right and left in the world


First of all, let us draw attention to the lack of unequivocal interpretations of the Ukrainian events by the world political community. With regard to Ukraine, the positions of parties and movements throughout the world are not divided on the basis of ideological differences. So, both among the right and among the left, one can meet both the ardent supporters of Maidan and (indirectly) the established power in Kiev, as well as its no less active opponents who support both the return of Crimea to Russia and the “Russian spring” of Donbass and Luhansk region.

Since the Ukrainian nationalists of the radical sense from the Right Sector, a conglomerate of nationalist and national socialist organizations like the Tryzub Stepan Bandera, became the striking force of the Maidan, the overthrow of the Yanukovych regime and the approval of the new Kiev regime, in which the Ukrainian right is very strong, met with approval much of the European right. Anti-Sovietism, traditional for the European right-wing (and Russia is largely associated with the Soviet Union even more than two decades after the collapse of the latter) in the current situation easily transformed into Russophobia disguised by the slogans of “protecting national identity”.

For a number of European national-radical organizations, the concept of a “united front of identities” against neoliberalism and multiculturalism is a new trend. Its essence boils down to the fact that empires in the modern world should not exist, each nation has its own uniqueness and, accordingly, should strive for friendly interaction of national communities in the fight against a common enemy - the neoliberal world order on the one hand and the “imperial” plans of states Russia - on the other hand. This point of view, in particular, adheres to the Italian organization Casa Pound, named after the famous writer Ezra Pound. The ideology of Casa Pound is a variation of the “third way” of the European “new right”, with a certain degree of “leftism”, but also without obvious sympathies for racism and Nazism. The “Right Sector”, if one can speak of it as a single political phenomenon, adheres to a similar ideology. This is a combination of nationalist and socialist ideas with an obvious tendency towards “anti-imperialism”, which in practice is easily transformed into ordinary Russophobia.

With talk of the struggle of identities against the world order or modern empires, this part of the European right, however, turned out to be a tool in the hands of the same American politicians. The latter understood long ago that the situation in other states should be destabilized not by using its own citizens as “cannon fodder” (Vietnam became a good lesson!), But by relying on radicals of all stripes. In Syria and Egypt, they were local Islamic fundamentalists. In Ukraine, the role of the “anti-authoritarian opposition” is perfectly played by the Right Sector — the followers of Bandera and Shukhevych.

By the way, about the “front of identities”. For some reason, the identity of the inhabitants of the Crimea or the Donbass does not care about the pro-European or Russian right. Thus, the “united front of identities” actually turns out to be a typical American double standard. In the Crimea and the Donbas - “separatists” and “terrorists”, against which it is worth supporting Kiev. In Kosovo or Syria, they are “heroes” and “revolutionaries.” Why do Kosovars have the right to self-determination, but Crimeans do not? The supporters of the “front of identities” are not able to answer this question. They can only rant about the machinations of Russian imperialism and refer to the fact that all the protest in Donetsk or Lugansk was inspired from outside by the Russian authorities.

On the other hand, among the sane part of the European right, on the contrary, there is growing sympathy for the Russian position in Ukraine. In particular, the leader of the National Front of France, Marine Le Pen, came out in support of the federalization of Ukraine, categorically criticized the imposition of sanctions against Russia. But the National Front is the most influential right-wing political force in France. The Greek nationalists from the Golden Dawn (Chrissi Avgi), the country's largest right-wing organization, come out from similar positions. As for the Hungarian right-wing party Jobbik, its leader Gabor Vona not only criticized the Kiev regime, but also solidarized the people's liberation struggle of the Southeast, supporting the referendums in Donetsk and Lugansk. Of course, the Hungarian factor in Western Ukraine plays a role in supporting Jobbik of the Southeast self-determination in Western Ukraine: up to 200 thousands of ethnic Hungarians live in the Transcarpathian region, who also expect to gain broad autonomy.

Thus, we see that among the European right there is no consensus on the events in Ukraine. And it is encouraging that more respectable and truly recognized in the policies of their countries, such as the National Front or "Jobbik", agree with the position of the South-East.
As for the left spectrum, here, too, not everything is clear. European socialists and social democrats have long been transformed into ordinary bourgeois parties, differing from the liberal only by their names and certain nuances of ideology and practice. Recall that most European Social Democrats from the very beginning supported the NATO aggression in Yugoslavia, the campaign to overthrow Muammar Gaddafi, and the anti-Assad revolt in Syria. It is quite natural that this part of the European left, which is one of the guides of the new world order and fully sharing the ideas of multiculturalism, legalization of same-sex marriages, advocating the development of migration, supports its governments in anti-Russian politics in Ukraine.

The logic of the extreme left - Trotskyists and anarchists, who speak in support of the Maidan, in spite of the fact that they play the key "violin" there - is of a particular specificity. historical opponents are far right. It has long been known that many leftist groups in Europe, and Russia, in fact, are only the avant-garde part of the neoliberal world order. A clear demonstration of this was the recent reception by American Congressmen of Pussy Wright. "Crazy writings" seem like punks and leftists, then why should they go to bow to the American establishment, to the very bourgeoisie, which they must hate and deny?

However, not all leftists took the side of the “world evil” in the Ukrainian events. Thus, according to the author, RKAS activists - the Revolutionary Confederation of Anarcho-Syndicalists, take part in the militia of the South-East. It is the largest anarcho-syndicalist organization in Eastern Ukraine, which differs from other anarchists in that it focuses not on subcultural youth, but on workers, primarily on Donetsk miners and industrial workers. Of course, the number of leftists participating in the anti-Bandera resistance in Ukraine is not so great, but those who take part deserve respect. They are Aleksey Albu, deputy of the Odessa Regional Council, and Borotby activist Andrei Brazhevsky who died in the House of Trade Unions. Of the left radical figures of world importance, the struggle of the people of the Southeast was supported by the world-famous fighter Jeff Monson - the very one who is not only an athlete, but also an anarchist philosopher.

In any case, we see that the positions of political forces on the events in Ukraine are divided polarly, and the point of view of specific political activists or organizations does not always coincide with the general line held by supporters of a particular political ideology. The main division is based on a real, rather than declarative, attitude to the American model of the “new world order” and the value system imposed on countries and peoples of the world.
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  1. cerbuk6155
    cerbuk6155 20 May 2014 08: 33
    +19
    Our former Allies, for whom we shed our blood in EUROPE (Poland, Romania, the Baltic states, etc.) became the biggest opponents of RUSSIA. That day and night sharpen knives on us and only think how to arrange us a dirty trick more. Not even in Germany. You should never forget about this when working with them. And forgive them this betrayal, too. All generations should know and remember. soldier
    1. ar-ren
      ar-ren 20 May 2014 08: 37
      .
      Quote: cerbuk6155
      Our former Allies, for whom we shed our blood in EUROPE (Poland, Romania, the Baltic states, etc.) became the biggest opponents of RUSSIA. That day and night sharpen knives on us and only think how to arrange us a dirty trick more.


      This is how cool the USSR ruled the eastern bloc that they hate Russia there now ... They remember the year 1948 (blockade of Berlin), 1956 (invasion of Hungary) and 1968 (invasion of Czechoslovakia). Do not forget.
      1. Horst78
        Horst78 20 May 2014 09: 10
        +14
        Quote: ar-ren
        They remember the 1948y year (the blockade of Berlin), 1956y (the invasion of Hungary) and 1968y (the invasion of Czechoslovakia). Do not forget.

        I will not say anything about Berlin.
        Hungary (Fascist Hungary) is an ardent ally of fascist Germany (it took 11 years after the war).
        Czechoslovakia fell lightly under fascist Germany with the approval of Poland, France and Great Britain. Before the liberation (although it is debatable that this was "liberation" for the Czechs and Slovaks), she was productively supplying Nazi Germany with weapons, etc.
        So we draw conclusions.
        1. ar-ren
          ar-ren 20 May 2014 09: 21
          -7
          The question is the wildest unprofessionalism of the politicians of the USSR, who were unable to manage the social camp with purely political methods. And they had to draw an army.

          But the United States, for example, as the FRG took the eggs, so still the Chancellor, upon assuming office, flies first to the United States and only then takes the oath in Germany. The US does not have to manage troops in Germany.

          Or, for example, someone flew from Switzerland to Putin there, just talked. And that’s it, Putin completely surrendered.
          1. Kuvabatake
            Kuvabatake 20 May 2014 10: 02
            +3
            Yes, with such allies and enemies is not necessary. It turns out that the allies must be turned into slaves and constantly poke their faces into kakulki ....
          2. yushch
            yushch 20 May 2014 12: 17
            +8
            You don’t just need to tell us about wild non-professionalism. The Union treated all of the countries listed above with the utmost respect for national and economic issues and doliberalized before those events. And if they planted them for these matters, then not one scum would raise their voices.
            1. ar-ren
              ar-ren 20 May 2014 19: 21
              -2
              Quote: yushch
              The Union treated all of the above countries with the utmost respect for national and economic issues.


              So respected that the tanks drove and fired at the protesters. Oh respect - from the heart! The question is, then how did the USSR differ from the junta of Ukraine? The junta also drives tanks and shoots at protesters.
              1. Bear
                Bear 21 May 2014 08: 13
                0
                No songs, honey! The tanks didn’t shoot at anyone! These are all your comfortable fashionable fantasies this season.
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          3. grog_bm
            grog_bm 20 May 2014 13: 16
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            God forbid, if the initiative of our economists - Glazyev, Khazin and a number of other people aimed at raising the domestic economy - passes, all these Czechs from the Baltic states and so on. etc. , and why??? But because this project implies the departure of the calculation in the world economy pegged to the dollar .. The Americans simply bred so many debts - it is incomprehensible to the mind, it is strange, but we are also making our modest efforts to feed them .. Returning again to these "giant" countries - you can to note only one thing, the Americans feed their elite well and they are loyal .... and when they will not be fed ???? what's next????
          4. Azzzwer
            Azzzwer 20 May 2014 13: 55
            +3
            Quote: ar-ren
            The US does not have to manage troops in Germany.
            Yes? I wonder what, then, on the territory of Germany do the US military bases
            1. ar-ren
              ar-ren 20 May 2014 19: 23
              -2
              Quote: Azzzwer
              Yes? I wonder what, then, on the territory of Germany do the US military bases


              That is the difference. The US Army is in Germany, but does not shoot at the Germans. Unlike the USSR ...
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            3. Berkut-UA
              Berkut-UA 21 May 2014 20: 45
              0
              Quote: Azzzwer
              Quote: ar-ren
              The US does not have to manage troops in Germany.
              Yes? I wonder what, then, on the territory of Germany do the US military bases


              Are they only in Germany?
              Easier to count countries in which they are not
          5. 11111mail.ru
            11111mail.ru 20 May 2014 14: 22
            +3
            Quote: ar-ren
            And that’s it, Putin completely surrendered.

            Repented publicly? Resigned? Proclaimed a "new oligarchic course" to support USA initiatives? Does it not occur to you in your "undoubtedly brilliant" brains that Russia from Switzerland will have something practical and substantial? Politics is the art of the possible.
          6. svd-xnumx
            svd-xnumx 21 May 2014 00: 10
            0
            there are more than 200 US bases in Germany, 50 thousand American contingents. And the French, British troops. The USSR withdrew its troops in 1989, but they remained. Germany is actually under occupation, to whom will the Chancellor go to receive a "reign label" to Putin?
            1. ar-ren
              ar-ren 21 May 2014 03: 16
              0
              Read me carefully! The United States occupied Germany, but behaved so cleverly that they did not have to use troops! And so they did not get hatred from the Germans!
              1. Bear
                Bear 21 May 2014 08: 22
                0
                That is, the fault of the Soviet authorities is only that they could not take the typewriter away from the states in time? Is the occupation a good thing? Or are you really sure that the Germans "love" the states so much just because they were not crushed into rubble after the war? You ask ordinary Germans how they feel about the long-term state occupation?
          7. Bear
            Bear 21 May 2014 08: 17
            0
            Has Putin capitulated? The situation is still the opposite. Your so-called. "Europeans" are so cautious, with an eye on the surrendered Putin, trying to save face, and not be left without pants! Good surrender!
        2. skeptik2999
          skeptik2999 20 May 2014 13: 42
          +1
          The elites of these countries paid for the loss of power and property for cooperation with the Nazis. Ordinary people in Czechoslovakia met us in 1945 as liberators, and in 1968 with hatred. Are the Czechs to blame for changing the situation? But in Hungary in 1956 we defended our geopolitical interests (our zone of influence), are the Hungarians again to blame? Slovaks at the end of the war rebelled against Hitler. In the Czech Republic and Slovakia, they continue to honor the liberating soldiers and take care of their graves. So you don’t have to comb all under one comb
          1. 11111mail.ru
            11111mail.ru 20 May 2014 14: 29
            +2
            Quote: skeptik2999
            Slovaks at the end of the war rebelled against Hitler.

            You mean the Slovak "national" uprising? Ask separately on this topic: who exactly organized and led this uprising? I give a tip: Heinrich Hoffmann. "Black General". Who was Dayan Bayanovich Murzin?
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      3. Turkir
        Turkir 20 May 2014 10: 16
        +6
        ar-ren
        It’s not good to lie, people here are literate.
      4. Azzzwer
        Azzzwer 20 May 2014 13: 53
        +1
        Quote: ar-ren
        Do not forget.
        And h..r with them, remember those who are bourgeois!
      5. 11111mail.ru
        11111mail.ru 20 May 2014 14: 14
        +2
        Quote: ar-ren
        so now they hate Russia there ...

        These brainwashed Russia haters do not remember what happened the day before yesterday if hebогfemale The media will not remind them.
      6. Bear
        Bear 21 May 2014 08: 11
        0
        Do you think we have nothing to remember? If we start remembering, then the Great Campaign can really end on the Atlantic coast! The electoral memory of your "Europeans"!
    2. Turkir
      Turkir 20 May 2014 10: 15
      +2
      cerbuk6155
      Poland, Romania, our allies? Romania fought against us. And on whose gasoline did German planes fly and tanks run? IN ROMANIAN.
      1. skeptik2999
        skeptik2999 20 May 2014 13: 51
        0
        Romania from August 1944 fought against Germany and Hungary (forced by the will of circumstances). King Mihai is the only living gentleman of the Order of Victory (for the cause - so simple - a symbolic handout towards an unexpected ally - Stalin would not have awarded)
  2. ar-ren
    ar-ren 20 May 2014 08: 36
    -6
    Why does the author smoke? He listed strictly the opponents of Russia - the left, listed the allies of Russia - the right, and immediately declared that they were "equally divided"!
    1. 11111mail.ru
      11111mail.ru 20 May 2014 14: 42
      +2
      Quote: ar-ren
      immediately stated that they "divided equally"!

      You said that, these words are not in the article! "You twist", as they say!
  3. papont64
    papont64 20 May 2014 08: 53
    +1
    All our former allies are trembling to the knees, afraid that we will come to them again ...)))
    1. angolaforever
      angolaforever 20 May 2014 14: 06
      0
      Of course, I apologize, but why in many articles opinions from Marie Le Pen as a part of France are cited, because her party scored votes already for one deputy seat for her, this is negligible and her voice can’t speak from France in any way, there’s a completely opposite attitude to everything except homosexual and national cinema.
  4. valentina-makanalina
    valentina-makanalina 20 May 2014 08: 54
    +3
    When a stone is thrown into the water, the circles go in all directions. The West must understand that what is happening in Ukraine will respond not only to the east (in Russia), but also to the north, west and south of it. Now these countries already have their own "maidans", where they are still small, and where they are already large. Then both the right and the left will get it. In the center there should be a head and common sense, not shell-shocked by America.
  5. Sergey S.
    Sergey S. 20 May 2014 08: 54
    +1
    Quote: ar-ren
    Why does the author smoke? He listed strictly the opponents of Russia - the left, listed the allies of Russia - the right, and immediately declared that they were "equally divided"!

    And he also "forgot" about the existence of communists and a kind of Ukrainian oligarchic know-how - the Party of Regions.
  6. anfil
    anfil 20 May 2014 09: 43
    +7
    Found the info, is it true or crap?
    link:http://etoonda.livejournal.com/101982.html

    About the so-called. The "Union of Defense of the East" is absolutely sure that this is a "fallback" version of the junta, fitting into the context of today's speech by the scum Yatsenyuk. Prepared in advance and now launched to the masses. That is, the wiring for disorientation and splitting of gullible people who are ready to believe anyone who speaks the right words beautifully, at least somehow reminds a "strong leader" and calls to unite for Resistance to Nazism.
    In short, the junta offers goats to the south and east.
    But only goats follow the goats.
    As it turned out today, people are coming. And a lot of people come to the rescue! But they are turned back by the pest, Akhmetov’s man by the name of Khodakovsky. He was already disassembled in detail by Lev Vershinin http://l-stat.livejournal.net/img/userin...putnik1... By this evening, it is already known about 8 groups of fighters to whom Khodakovsky said that they were not needed in Sloviansk and sent them back. Apparently, this Akhmetov's "mole" was left as a last resort in order to weaken the defenses of Slavyansk.
    At this time, Renat Akhmetov left the Donetsk region, trying to organize squads of loyal employees of his enterprises, and also puts pressure on doubts about the threat of dismissal, like the Mariupol. Before leaving, he increased security and handed out brand new assault rifles, included in the staff of mercenary security.
    He gave the order to shoot people to defeat when trying to invade its territory. At the same time, he called the Donetsk people, who opposed the Kiev junta, separatists to be destroyed.
    At the home of the mother of the geek-capitalist, six guards were put on guard. Akhmetov, with the support of some regionals, is organizing a counter-revolution; he does not need either the DNI or Novorossia; he needs vassals and slaves in his personal state.

    15-00 In Donetsk, the Ukrainian special forces detachment "Jaguar" surrendered
  7. Thompson
    Thompson 20 May 2014 09: 55
    +3
    Quote: ar-ren
    Quote: cerbuk6155
    Our former Allies, for whom we shed our blood in EUROPE (Poland, Romania, the Baltic states, etc.) became the biggest opponents of RUSSIA. That day and night sharpen knives on us and only think how to arrange us a dirty trick more.


    This is how cool the USSR ruled the eastern bloc that they hate Russia there now ... They remember the year 1948 (blockade of Berlin), 1956 (invasion of Hungary) and 1968 (invasion of Czechoslovakia). Do not forget.

    So there was something to do all this for. Not everything is so simple and simple. And there everything was done not without the CIA. And these were the beginnings of today's Maidan. And there are dissatisfied with and under any government and government. The truth is simple - do not do good, so as not to know evil. Soon the USA will know it.
  8. Gray 43
    Gray 43 20 May 2014 10: 18
    +1
    Europeans build their idea of ​​Ukraine mainly on the basis of state propaganda, I do not think that they want ghouls in masks and with clubs to burn tires on their streets for months. But no propaganda will heat houses in winter if these "peaceful protesters" take gas from a transit pipe.
  9. Fish supervision
    Fish supervision 20 May 2014 10: 44
    -1
    Quote: ar-ren
    The question is the wildest unprofessionalism of the politicians of the USSR, who were unable to manage the social camp with purely political methods. And they had to draw an army.

    But the United States, for example, as the FRG took the eggs, so still the Chancellor, upon assuming office, flies first to the United States and only then takes the oath in Germany. The US does not have to manage troops in Germany.

    Or, for example, someone flew from Switzerland to Putin there, just talked. And that’s it, Putin completely surrendered.

    Dear FRIEND, can you get a hangover in the morning or take a dose? request Once again, asking not to bite your tail does not work, you need to think with your head, and not with your head in underpants fool
  10. MG42
    MG42 20 May 2014 10: 57
    +2
    18 05 2014 Agitators of the Right sector of recruiting children were caught near Lugansk. What did he hide in his backpack? red and black flag PS
    1. MG42
      MG42 20 May 2014 11: 01
      +5
      Tin! stoned pravosek captured, what he carries and in what language wassat , although I speak mov fluently, but here are some of his words I hardly understand >>
      1. anfil
        anfil 20 May 2014 12: 32
        +1
        And in my opinion there is foreign speech mixed with Ukrainian and Russian. Maybe he came from Geyropa with his fagot @ m to help.
      2. Berkut-UA
        Berkut-UA 21 May 2014 21: 09
        0
        In this delirium you can hear
        Russian and Ukrainian words mixed with Polish.

        The recognition was interesting - to the question of who you are - answered - Zoo-Ukrainian.

        So Crimea was lucky to escape from the menagerie.
  11. Slovek
    Slovek 20 May 2014 11: 25
    +7
    Russia has only two allies: its army and navy
    Words of the Russian emperor Alexander 3 Peacemaker (1845 — 1894) in which he expressed his foreign policy credo.
    As Grand Duke Alexander Mikhailovich (1991 — 1866), who was the uncle of the last Russian Tsar Nicholas II, writes in his “Book of Memoirs” (1933), this phrase often sounded when Alexander III gathered his close associates: “In the whole world we have only two faithful ally, - he liked to speak to his ministers, - our army and navy. All the others, at the first opportunity, will gang themselves up against us. ”
    “The bitter experience of the 19th century,” writes Grand Duke Alexander Mikhailovich in the same place, “taught the Tsar that every time Russia took part in the struggle of any European coalitions, she subsequently only had to bitterly regret it. Alexander I saved Europe from Napoleon I, and the consequence was the creation of the mighty Germany and Austria-Hungary on the western borders of the Russian Empire. His grandfather Nicholas I sent the Russian army to Hungary to suppress the 1848 revolution and restore the Habsburgs on the Hungarian throne, and in gratitude for this service, Emperor Franz Joseph demanded political compensation for his non-intervention during the Crimean War. Emperor Alexander II remained neutral in 1870, thus keeping the word given to Emperor Wilhelm I, and eight years later at the Berlin Congress Bismarck deprived Russia of the fruits of her victories over the Turks.
    The French, British, Germans, Austrians - all, to varying degrees, made Russia a tool to achieve their selfish goals. Alexander’s! II there were no friendly feelings towards Europe. Always ready to accept the challenge, Alexander III, however, made it clear at every opportunity that he was only interested in the welfare of 130 of the millions of people in Russia. ”

    www. bibliotekar. com /encSlov/19/19.htm

    There is nothing special to add, nothing seems to have changed during this time
    1. Azzzwer
      Azzzwer 20 May 2014 14: 04
      +1
      Quote: Slovek
      In the whole world we have only two faithful allies, ”he liked to speak to his ministers,“ our army and navy. ”
      So it turns out that the army and navy had to protect the interests of the tsar and his capitalist ministers, including in the fight against the internal enemy?
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  14. Assad
    Assad 20 May 2014 12: 49
    -3


    Kramatorsk drives the separatists out
    1. grog_bm
      grog_bm 20 May 2014 13: 46
      +1
      Cool video, only staging shitty))))) and the promoter is shitty))) and generally very strange)))) but in general somebody saw anything else besides the reflection on the car ???? )))) and what kind of separatists ????? and where are their weapons ???? ))))) fun)))) like Belyakov, who is talking to the TV, though here with the Gazelle)))))
    2. theadenter
      theadenter 20 May 2014 15: 11
      +2
      Not Kramatorsk drives them, but a couple of grandmas, pro-Ukrainian-minded. The camera, mind you, was turned on before this action. Therefore, most likely this is a provocation.
    3. Bear
      Bear 21 May 2014 08: 27
      0
      Nice for some movie. Gazelle advertising. It’s interesting, in the SBU, aunty where was she going to call? To Kiev?
  15. Turk
    Turk 20 May 2014 13: 10
    +1
    Quote: ar-ren
    But the United States, for example, as the FRG took the eggs, so still the Chancellor, upon assuming office, flies first to the United States and only then takes the oath in Germany. US forces do not have to manage troops in Germany
    1. Assad
      Assad 20 May 2014 13: 14
      -5
      Like Serge Sargsyan to the tune of Russia
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      2. LEVIAFAN
        LEVIAFAN 20 May 2014 13: 36
        +1
        and whose are you? or independent?
  16. Assad
    Assad 20 May 2014 14: 06
    -3
    These separatists in eastern Ukraine are also to the tune of Putin.
    1. mirexes
      mirexes 20 May 2014 18: 48
      0
      And in the west of Ukraine they dance and literally dance to the tune of Amers and do not hide it, cookies are an example and an example of dances, who does not skip that Mascal
  17. 11111mail.ru
    11111mail.ru 20 May 2014 14: 10
    0
    The main division is based on the real, and not declarative, attitude towards the American model of the “new world order” and the value system imposed on the countries and peoples of the world. Author Ilya Polonsky

    In short, the associates of the "maydauns" are "mattress kept women", the opponents of the "maydauns" are independent and smarter.
  18. voveim
    voveim 20 May 2014 15: 28
    +2
    You don’t just need to tell us about wild non-professionalism. The Union treated all of the countries listed above with the utmost respect for national and economic issues and doliberalized before those events. And if they planted them for these matters, then not one scum would raise their voices.

    I agree absolutely, especially regarding the Czechs. My uncle went in there with the troops in the 68th conscript sergeant, told something. These earhooks, he said, were especially afraid of the Germans (from the German Democratic Republic), they did not stand on ceremony with them. He was a signalman, and the cable was periodically cut. And next to it was a part of the NNA - at least once! When our lieutenant asked the German why this was so, he absolutely seriously said that they immediately warned the Czechs: they would shoot the one on whose section the cable would be cut. And they would have shot! And the Czechs knew that very well ...