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And Tefft still does not go ...

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Behind the ups and downs of the Ukrainian events, information about the pseudo-elections in the Square was modestly passed by information about Moscow's Maidan, which was announced under the slogans “Without a foul scoop”, “March against a dictator” and “Down with Putin from the Kremlin”, more grandiose for famous circles . And how many resources were attracted by the organizers of this action to spread information about the upcoming action "POPAZitsii"!


The highest wave of information - the ninth wave - swept, it is not difficult to guess, through social networks that “advanced democracy” used to use as the main public voice. And against the background of a powerful announcement and even more powerful mottos, against the background of red-hot social networks, this came out in the front stage ... b-a-a-aalshoi such zilch. Manezhka, which was supposed to accommodate "millions of dissent", looked as if three or four tourist mini-groups stayed on it, whose representatives looked around, not understanding where the guide-translators were and where, in fact, the promised "millions".

And Tefft still does not go ...


But people were being prepared, they were clearly explained that they needed to go out and state directly that it was impossible to live in “this country”, that it was better to “throw them over the hill”, because human rights ... destruction of the foundations of a democratic society ... meat tigers are not reported ... and the like . Many people tried to explain this to people intelligibly. One of those who stated their own boundless depression and that quote: “cannot be worse,” was Mr. Satarov, who heads the INDEM Foundation for Applied Political Studies, ex-presidential aide (from 1994 to 1997) and prominent dissenting
In order to share the unending thoughts of horses, Georgy Alexandrovich, chose, you will not believe, the Internet site of the radio station Echo of Moscow. In his blog (and the ex-assistant there is a progressive-democratic blozhik on “Echo”), Mr. Satarov said that, say, the government continues its attack on NGOs, restricts media activities (this is about TK “Rain” and the site Kasparov.ru ... It turns out that this is the media, and many were convinced that this is the SMD ...) and violates the effect of Article 13 of the Constitution of the Russian Federation - on the prohibition of state ideology.


And we are all reasonedwho clutches so tenaciously with their claws for this very 13 article, which in fact does not allow building a full-fledged patriotic platform in various state and public institutions (as an example, in the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, where by law even the aforementioned patriotic ideology doesn’t - ni ...). And here everything was confirmed - with claws for this article, namely for its second point, “our” dissenters are holding onto - well, the very ones for whom the ideology of financing vigorous activity from abroad is the only correct and accepted one ...

So - to the Moscow "Maidan". It turned out that people were gathered to express their righteous indignation about:

item a: annexation of the Crimea;
item b: war with Ukraine;
point in: domestic policy.

This is all quotes.

And looking at these very appeals, for some reason - at least kill, nothing can be done about it - white-toothed smiles of “friends of Russia”, which Russia certainly desires for good, peace and prosperity, pass before their eyes. These white-toothed smiles were many times wider, for example, in 1994-1997, when the aforementioned Satarov aide helped, in word and deed, then head of state Boris Yeltsin.



Why were wider? Well, it is quite simple: Chechen bloody cauldron; terrorist bacchanalia; economic pit of hopelessness of loans that were “carefully” given to us by the same IMF, so that we would repay previous loans and did not think to invest in the development of industry, defense, medicine, education, culture; 1996 presidential election of the year with false results, nevertheless recognized by the "democratic world".

Today, the white-toothed smiles of the “friends of Russia” have become rather dull. It is necessary to smile, make a good face on a bad game, but on the soul the cats scratch themselves - unipolarity escapes from under their feet. And to stop this process in order to hold on to the geopolitical and geostrategic Olympus, the “progressive democracy” rolling down along with the secret prisons of the CIA, along with total surveillance on the Internet, along with the ideology of invading foreign states, along with the raging printing press and a bunch of checkboxes looking for recent opportunities. But nothing new seems to be able to come up with, and therefore again: social networks, echoes and echoes, ex-advisers, ex-ministers, diplomatic missions, cookies ... The circle closed ...

"Manege Maidan" was expected at about the following level (comments from social networks):

Manezhka-2014. We are waiting for hundreds of thousands here and millions throughout the country.


I do not want dictatorship. I want freedom!


And in the end:

Hey, where are the people? Che, everyone agrees? ..


Such a turn of events was clearly not impressed by the sponsors of the Russian “Maidan”, and “from there” came a shout - let’s repeat it, but in the best possible way! POPsition dutifully reacted to the team and went to coordinate the new "millionth march" so that Uncle Sam would calm down a little. They came to the Moscow mayor's office, began to coordinate, and in fact agreed on ... Yeah - not on Manezhnaya Square, but on Triumfalnaya Square. Yeah, not a million, but 300 people ...

A pistol with one cartridge was sent to the American embassy by a secret overboard ... But Tefft doesn’t go all ...

The same Tefft, who did not like the Ukrainian anthem so much:

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  1. Name
    Name 26 May 2014 09: 22
    +64
    It's time to understand the "advanced democrats" what exactly they "it's better to go over the hill" and what im "this country" can't live ". It's time for our power DETAILED NCO DO!
    1. DMB 1995
      DMB 1995 26 May 2014 09: 26
      +37
      The idea was originally stillborn, a kind of "Pe Zhe's last breath" in our case, the State Department
      1. Wanderer H7
        Wanderer H7 26 May 2014 18: 40
        +1
        you cannot relax ... the march of the type "for peace" among the creatures turned out to be very numerous ...
        1. Docent1984
          Docent1984 26 May 2014 20: 56
          +1
          Demonstrations on May 1 and 9 were very numerous) And it was just a very loud "bunch" - nothing else)))
      2. Wanderer H7
        Wanderer H7 26 May 2014 18: 40
        +5
        you cannot relax ... the march of the type "for peace" among the creatures turned out to be very numerous ...
        1. lotos
          lotos 28 May 2014 00: 06
          0
          you can not relax. It is right. Given that this march was being prepared since the fall, they then could not figure out that after the Olympics and the Crimea, this is absolutely an empty idea. Potential participants did not dare to leave, given the situation. But they are. Our task should be that they now constantly feel like strangers here.
          And, it seems to me, this is just the case when we can help the president. Who goes to these gatherings? Young people. Let's talk more with our children, maybe they were going to go there?
    2. omsbon
      omsbon 26 May 2014 09: 27
      +34
      Quote: name
      . It is time for our government to take on a solid NCO!


      We will help as far as possible!
      1. makst83
        makst83 26 May 2014 09: 35
        +69
        “The worst thing for our enemies is not our army, not our nuclear potential, but a clear understanding that we, awakened by the bloody darkness of the Maidan, will now henceforth VOTE ONLY FOR THE LEADER WHO GUARANTEES US THE TOTAL DESTRUCTION OF OUR ENEMIES.
        And we don’t care about the opinion of the foreign public about us, it has never been fair to us.
        We don’t care about the possible lack of comfort and stability, in the near future, they will not exist anyway, until somewhere the heart of at least one enemy of Russia beats.
        Rather, this understanding came into the minds of the average European man in the street. Perhaps this will help him call his governments to order and divert our righteous anger from their countries "- Ivan Okhlobystin
        1. katastrofa
          katastrofa 26 May 2014 11: 02
          +10
          Judging by the elections to the European Parliament, the average European came to this understanding !!! let's see what the EU will have now !!!
          1. wax
            wax 26 May 2014 14: 01
            +4
            Obama spit in the soul, even in Afghanistan
            http://politring.ru/novosti-i-sobytiya/2014/05/26/obame-plyunuli-v-dushu.html
            America is the country of Psaki!
            1. mamont5
              mamont5 26 May 2014 16: 32
              +9
              Quote: Wax
              Obama spit in the soul, even in Afghanistan


              How can you spit on something - what is not?
              1. Dimy4
                Dimy4 26 May 2014 16: 43
                +4
                How can you spit on something - what is not?

                Well then, just to head off to at least fill something.
      2. Aleksandr
        Aleksandr 26 May 2014 09: 39
        +5
        Article 13 of the Constitution of the Russian Federation - on the prohibition of state ideology. This is the state ideology, as in a joke about a wheelbarrow with garbage at the entrance of a point factory. It’s time to notice this.
        1. Walk
          Walk 26 May 2014 12: 25
          +6
          It's time to change the constitution, written for Russia in Washington.
      3. MOISEY
        MOISEY 26 May 2014 09: 51
        +15
        Russia has already been full of revolutions and putsch and the vaunted democracy of the 90s. No one wants to dive into this guano
      4. Salamander
        Salamander 26 May 2014 11: 12
        +36
        They must knock out these NKoshnikov over the hill.
        1. zakidon73
          zakidon73 27 May 2014 07: 04
          0
          You don't need everyone. I have the same non-profit organization, the Voluntary Society for the Promotion of Sports Foundation, we have small (and not small) children involved. smile
    3. Sunjar
      Sunjar 26 May 2014 09: 37
      +7
      Quote: name
      that it would be better for them to go over the hill and that they should not live in this country


      So they will do just that, but when their owners allow it. Sixes themselves do not decide anything. For the "hillock" they will either fall down with permission, or when they screw up against Russia and its peoples so much that it will not be possible to stay with us - they will be jailed. And there they will declare themselves fighters for justice, they will scream from abroad. For normal people, their rotten essence will be visible to the naked eye, and those who support such people will only burn themselves in front of us.
    4. 1812 1945
      1812 1945 26 May 2014 10: 25
      +8
      Quote: name
      It is time for our government to take on a solid NCO!

      Fortunately, most Russians do not know about these NGOs, and they do not know. In reality, they succeed with dizzying success - to "master" the money of the State Department, the CIA, MI 5, ... for anti-Russian activities. But Echo of Moscow and all its regulars invited to the federal TV channels got everyone and everything - absolutely for sure! This is not freedom of speech, this is freedom of subversive anti-Russian subversive activities that offend and humiliate any Russian citizen who does not want his country to die. You turn on the iron or press the button of the toilet - from everywhere streams of crap "Echo" with its adherents rod!
      1. larand
        larand 26 May 2014 13: 59
        +1

        So someone needs this domestically. Recently, Putin’s loneliness is felt more acutely among those in power who are ready to betray him and us for their personal benefit.
        1. ViktorKarelin
          ViktorKarelin 27 May 2014 18: 12
          0
          I do not agree !!! Shoigu, Lavrov, Chirkov - very worthy gentlemen. May God grant other honored comrades!
      2. svd-xnumx
        svd-xnumx 26 May 2014 14: 09
        +2
        Our special services need to discredit the assistance that the State Department will provide in Russia to those who disagree with the policy of the VVP. We need to create fictitious non-governmental organizations or take control of existing ones and master the money that mattress makers send to the coup (30 billion on the road does not lie around), and then let's say for their money hold a rally not on Bolotnaya Street against Putin at their embassy against the Abamka policy. After 5-10 such punctures, Keri and McCain will leave for Vietnam in zindan to wait for death.
    5. zanoza
      zanoza 26 May 2014 10: 36
      +5
      Quote: name
      It’s time to understand the "advanced democrats" that it is they who are "better off over the hill" and that they cannot live in "this country".

      So there their demagoguery will not be paid. They will go around the world laughing .
      It here The West and the USA need them, because only for yapping in place, they receive grants and handouts from them.
      "Nothing personal - their job is ... "
      1. persei
        persei 26 May 2014 20: 16
        0
        and they also have pathological hatred ... The whole people are wrong, they alone are right ...
      2. VeteranS
        VeteranS 26 May 2014 23: 57
        0
        Even Berezovsky with his stolen millions, having turned out to be of no interest to anyone in the West, decided to die himself .... and what can we say about the American sixes of a cheaper caliber .... Navalny, Nemtsov, Makarevich, Venediktov and the like .. .All of them are waiting for dusty people's oblivion and the collapse of their political career.
    6. WKS
      WKS 26 May 2014 11: 21
      0
      Quote: name
      It’s time to understand the "advanced democrats" that it is they who are "better off over the hill" and that they cannot live in "this country".

      So they dumped for a long time, and here they go for the dough for free because there they give nothing.
      1. Riperbahn
        Riperbahn 26 May 2014 11: 42
        +4
        It’s funny. Fell over the hill, you can’t live here, there is no freedom. Nevertheless, they live here for some reason. Iya even know why. Here they are paid for their yapping (and that’s all they can do) because of the notorious mound, but they won’t pay there. Neither yapping, nor their songs and jokes are quoted there. Therefore, they ... come here, and they get money for it there. Macaronychu separate lead!
    7. xenod55
      xenod55 26 May 2014 12: 01
      +3
      It's time to dispose of the GDP: banks should track ALL transfers of dollars, euros and other currencies to NPO accounts and transfer them according to their actual "purpose" where this money can bring real help - to the accounts of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation: assistance to orphans, disabled people, war veterans, etc. ... And NPOs, left without Western investments, either themselves fade to this beloved West, or with ..... t? And it will become easier to breathe in Russia.
    8. Geisenberg
      Geisenberg 26 May 2014 12: 26
      +1
      Quote: name
      It's time to understand the "advanced democrats" what exactly they "it's better to go over the hill" and what im "this country" can't live ". It's time for our power DETAILED NCO DO!


      Absolutely right. Should at least someone cleanse tremors in a foreign country ... otherwise the current workers strive to dump everything on the Maidan ...
    9. EvgenSuslov
      EvgenSuslov 26 May 2014 15: 10
      +1
      I also thought, since it is so bad here that they will not dump to the widespread west, where they are awaited with open arms. But it turns out, why should they blame. They are not badly fed here either. Sitting and tyafkaya they get good money from overseas owners. They were not even badly settled. All this is also covered by the protection of freedom, dermocracy and the rights of some person there, which is not usually said specifically. But if it pops up, it turns out to be some cute "pusi right" who are wronged here. So they will knock the figs.
      And for me, you need to get them all to report on the work done. Let everyone come out every year and tell you what specific he did during the year so that it would be better for us to live here. Then we’ll see hto shit shit ...
  2. Veter
    Veter 26 May 2014 09: 24
    +11
    The current constitution of the Russian Federation is a colonial document of the West in relation to us. It must be urgently changed
    1. Sunjar
      Sunjar 26 May 2014 09: 32
      +2
      And Putin, in his time, said to this remark that it would be better for that person to replace brains.
    2. Hon
      Hon 26 May 2014 09: 33
      +2
      What does the constitution do not like?
      1. JonnyT
        JonnyT 26 May 2014 09: 49
        +4
        it was written under the dictation of TsyRushnye advisers - whether the CIA say lies will write useful for the Russian Federation
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        2. Hon
          Hon 26 May 2014 10: 32
          +1
          But what specifically do not like?
          1. gandalf
            gandalf 26 May 2014 11: 15
            +1
            For example...

            v. 13. It was mentioned here. What does she give? It provides a legal opportunity to develop different ideologies in the country, such as Nazism, fascism, Wahhabism and other isms for the destruction of the state itself. To prohibit them - you need to push through individual laws, etc.

            Art. 15 n4. Puts national laws below global / international. those. Russia joined some memorandum / resolution and within the country there may be hundreds of laws that prohibit doing something prescribed in the resolution, do not care for them. those. hypothetically, if Russia enters into an agreement with the United States on tax payments by Russian citizens to the US budget, no law can cancel it inside ... just change the constitution ... and this is a troublesome business.
            1. Hon
              Hon 26 May 2014 11: 43
              +1
              Quote: gandalf
              v. 13. It was mentioned here. What does she give? It provides a legal opportunity to develop different ideologies in the country, such as Nazism, fascism, Wahhabism and other isms for the destruction of the state itself. To prohibit them - you need to push through individual laws, etc.

              Do you think that it is possible to prohibit something without a specific definition? So you can, in principle, ban Islam. you cannot forbid anything without the adoption of specific laws.
              Quote: gandalf
              Art. 15 n4. Puts national laws below global / international. those. Russia joined some memorandum / resolution and within the country there may be hundreds of laws that prohibit doing something prescribed in the resolution, do not care for them. those. hypothetically, if Russia enters into an agreement with the United States on tax payments by Russian citizens to the US budget, no law can cancel it inside ... just change the constitution ... and this is a troublesome business.

              so this is a global practice, international laws and treaties to which the country has joined have a higher priority than domestic. otherwise there is no sense in them. therefore, before joining anything, it is necessary to assess the consequences. bother, we signed an agreement with China, China flagrantly violated it, we appealed to international arbitration, and the Chinese say that we still will not comply with our domestic law, we are right. The stick is about two ends.
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    4. FunkschNNX
      FunkschNNX 26 May 2014 10: 11
      +1
      In Russia, the severity / absurdity of laws is compensated by the non-bindingness of their enforcement, sometimes this is a plus :-)
  3. JoylyRoger
    JoylyRoger 26 May 2014 09: 26
    +20
    Yes, our government is far from sinless, it can and should be criticized, but the Maidan will not work with us!
    1. mad
      mad 26 May 2014 09: 36
      +5
      The Maidan people have eaten, there will be enough memory for a generation ... and then either the shah will die (America) or the donkey will speak (Europe will throw off the dictates of liberals, pederasts and other messengers of freedom).
      Or, all of a sudden, Russia and China will provide the world with new values ​​based not on the power of money ... but this is probably fantastic (((
  4. Russian Uzbek
    Russian Uzbek 26 May 2014 09: 28
    +7
    Teft’s appointment is another Obama administration epic ...
    it feels like all these "experts on Russia" draw information from Navalny's articles and, most importantly, believe him!
    1. sergey32
      sergey32 26 May 2014 11: 09
      +1
      Teft so far Tuft.
  5. Armax
    Armax 26 May 2014 09: 28
    +9
    In the square, the young men I looked were also with backpacks on the Maidan, I hope the competent comrades asked: -What are the guys in our backpacks!
    1. smile
      smile 26 May 2014 12: 34
      +4
      Armax
      Yes, it’s fashionable with them ... the lighters you indicated simply consider the backpack as part of the image .... you see, the guys consider themselves true Europeans - and climb the trash (I mean this gangway), they carry the backpack, their maydaun brothers - well, those nice people who also fought against corruption and against the oligarchs-support .... why not the Europeans? In their opinion. these are all signs of a European ... yeah, they don’t know about it, but they have one more sign - a striking limitation .....
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    3. Hon
      Hon 26 May 2014 12: 43
      +1
      Quote: ArMax
      In the square, the young men I looked were also with backpacks on the Maidan, I hope the competent comrades asked: -What are the guys in our backpacks!

      I also often go with a backpack, if you do not use a car, the thing is very convenient.
      1. Armax
        Armax 26 May 2014 14: 33
        +1
        In general, a backpack is a useful thing, I agree. It's just that in Kiev scoundrels did not wear cocktails in them and other things to maim and kill their fellow citizens!
      2. Vlad Kukuev
        Vlad Kukuev 26 May 2014 16: 38
        0
        Here I am about that. Especially on the bike !!!
    4. Vlad Kukuev
      Vlad Kukuev 26 May 2014 16: 36
      +1
      For 50 years I have been walking around my native lands with a backpack and did not expect that the backpack would become a sign of a Maydanut. True, I prefer the "Abalakov" backpack.
  6. JonnyT
    JonnyT 26 May 2014 09: 28
    +7
    to thinking so to speak:
    $ 30 billion to overthrow Putin

    A bill prepared by 26 by Republican politicians, including ardent Russophobe Senator John McCain, has been submitted to the US Congress. The document number 2277 is available on the official website of the US Congress, it is called the "Russian Aggression Prevention Act 2014", which can be translated as the "Act on the prevention of aggression by Russia 2014."

    In addition to all kinds of sanctions, increasing the military presence and conducting military exercises around the borders of Russia, as well as increasing activity under educational and cultural exchange programs in the territory of the former USSR, it provides for the allocation of 10 billion dollars annually during the period from 2015-2017 to “develop democracy in Russia” ".

    In fact, this means nothing more than a regime change in the Russian Federation and direct intervention in the internal affairs of Russia, writes Alex Jones website infowars.com.

    Recall that approximately for the same purposes, namely, “to support the desire of the Ukrainian people to a stronger democratic government,” the United States spent $ 5 billion in Ukraine. This figure was quoted in an interview by US Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Victoria Nuland. The amount envisaged for Russia is much larger - $ 30 billion for three years.

    The money planned for the "democratization" of Russia is planned to be used for the following needs:

    Sec. 206. SUPPORT FOR RUSSIAN DEMOCRACY AND CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS.

    (1) improve democratic governance, transparency, accountability, rule of law, and anti-corruption efforts in the Russian Federation; - Improving democratic governance, transparency, accountability, the rule of law and anti-corruption measures

    (2) strengthen democratic institutions and political and civil society organizations in the Russian Federation; - strengthening the role of democratic institutions, as well as political organizations and civil society organizations

    (3) expand uncensored Internet access in Russia; and - expanding technical capabilities for uncensored Internet

    (4) expand free and unfettered access to independent media of all kinds in Russia, including through increasing United States Government-supported broadcasting activities, and to assist with the protection of journalists and civil society activists who have been targeted for free speech activities - Creation free working conditions for independent media in Russia, increasing their support from the US government, as well as helping protect journalists and civil society.

    The bill has already passed two readings and was submitted to the Committee on Foreign Relations. As the former intelligence commander of the Trans-Baikal Military District, candidate of political sciences, Major General Sergey Kanchukov notes in his blog, given the republican majority in Congress, the adoption of this law is only a matter of time.

    It is noteworthy that a sharp criticism of the bill was made by former Republican Senator Ron Paul, who recently, despite his political affiliation, has taken a clearly pro-Russian position. Not so given, he categorically opposed the imposition of sanctions against Russia and sharply criticized the Obama administration.
    1. kontrol
      kontrol 26 May 2014 10: 09
      +2
      there is an offer to take money and use it to increase the country's defense capability or where else for useful things
    2. Armax
      Armax 26 May 2014 10: 23
      +2
      To put it shortly, they appreciated the Russian Spirit, businessmen ...!
    3. Spnsr
      Spnsr 26 May 2014 12: 58
      +3
      Quote: JonnyT
      to thinking so to speak:
      $ 30 billion to overthrow Putin

      A bill prepared by 26 by Republican politicians, including ardent Russophobe Senator John McCain, has been submitted to the US Congress. The document number 2277 is available on the official website of the US Congress, it is called the "Russian Aggression Prevention Act 2014", which can be translated as the "Act on the prevention of aggression by Russia 2014."

      In addition to all kinds of sanctions, increasing the military presence and conducting military exercises around the borders of Russia, as well as increasing activity under educational and cultural exchange programs in the territory of the former USSR, it provides for the allocation of 10 billion dollars annually during the period from 2015-2017 to “develop democracy in Russia” ".

      In fact, this means nothing more than a regime change in the Russian Federation and direct intervention in the internal affairs of Russia, writes Alex Jones website infowars.com.

      Recall that approximately for the same purposes, namely, “to support the desire of the Ukrainian people to a stronger democratic government,” the United States spent $ 5 billion in Ukraine. This figure was quoted in an interview by US Assistant Secretary of State for European and Eurasian Affairs Victoria Nuland. The amount envisaged for Russia is much larger - $ 30 billion for three years.

      The money planned for the "democratization" of Russia is planned to be used for the following needs:

      Sec. 206. SUPPORT FOR RUSSIAN DEMOCRACY AND CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATIONS.

      (1) improve democratic governance, transparency, accountability, rule of law, and anti-corruption efforts in the Russian Federation; - Improving democratic governance, transparency, accountability, the rule of law and anti-corruption measures

      (2) strengthen democratic institutions and political and civil society organizations in the Russian Federation; - strengthening the role of democratic institutions, as well as political organizations and civil society organizations

      (3) expand uncensored Internet access in Russia; and - expanding technical capabilities for uncensored Internet

      (4) expand free and unfettered access to independent media of all kinds in Russia, including through increasing United States Government-supported broadcasting activities, and to assist with the protection of journalists and civil society activists who have been targeted for free speech activities - Creation free working conditions for independent media in Russia, increasing their support from the US government, as well as helping protect journalists and civil society.

      The bill has already passed two readings and was submitted to the Committee on Foreign Relations. As the former intelligence commander of the Trans-Baikal Military District, candidate of political sciences, Major General Sergey Kanchukov notes in his blog, given the republican majority in Congress, the adoption of this law is only a matter of time.

      It is noteworthy that a sharp criticism of the bill was made by former Republican Senator Ron Paul, who recently, despite his political affiliation, has taken a clearly pro-Russian position. Not so given, he categorically opposed the imposition of sanctions against Russia and sharply criticized the Obama administration.

      p l t, where are our budget stolen goods. how old women can cook so ahead of the rest of the planet, and how to pull out a penny budget, they’ll play at once .... here are weaklings that Achkuns would have mastered a long time ago, built on a cottage, we would have spent along the asphalt road, and they made their life as in Europe, and others touched the beautiful distance, and earn money for the inhabitants. how many good deeds can you do?
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      2. Hon
        Hon 26 May 2014 13: 07
        +2
        Quote: SpnSr
        p l t, where are our budget stolen goods. how old women can cook so ahead of the rest of the planet, and how to pull out a penny budget, they’ll play at once .... here are weaklings that Achkuns would have mastered a long time ago, built on a cottage, we would have spent along the asphalt road, and they made their life as in Europe, and others touched the beautiful distance, and earn money for the inhabitants. how many good deeds can you do?

        Do not worry comrade, ours will not let you down laughing
    4. Anatolich
      Anatolich 26 May 2014 22: 26
      0
      There is a very interesting book by Valentin Pikul "With the Pen and the Sword" which describes the backstage games of the then Europe with Russia. Virtually nothing has changed, there have always been such traitors who were bought by spies of foreign states. It is necessary that counterintelligence works tirelessly, otherwise they will again buy everyone with giblets, because the money will be spinning mad.
  7. semuil
    semuil 26 May 2014 09: 32
    +1
    And millions thought and rushed to the beds, otherwise you will not be full of "great" standing.
  8. maxcor1974
    maxcor1974 26 May 2014 09: 33
    +6
    I hope that the example of Ukraine will cool the desire for democracy among some Moscow liberal heads. Although those who work for the State Department for money, pay denyuzhku for the collapse of the country ... Such only the fresh air of Kolyma will calm ...
  9. Starover_Z
    Starover_Z 26 May 2014 09: 34
    +6
    that it’s impossible to live in “this country”, that it’s better to “knock over a hill”

    Whoever doesn’t like living in his native country, so let him bring himself "over the hill", to the countries of "developed democracy"!
    Who will keep them ?! And let them knock down, but it is desirable for us to suffer.
    And there is nothing for one, who has "reserve sites" and millions of stashes, to teach tens of thousands how to live and what to do!
    1. andj61
      andj61 26 May 2014 10: 40
      +4
      Quote: Starover_Z
      Whoever doesn’t like living in his native country, so let him bring himself "over the hill", to the countries of "developed democracy"!

      “Come on, get out of here!”
      - Exactly. Kanai. And let him drain from here, otherwise I will knock him off his horns, fall his mouth, tear out the blinkers! You’ll work on medications all your life !!! Sausage, sausage, radish, Nebuchadnezzar! Hamburg Rooster !!!
  10. Lunic
    Lunic 26 May 2014 09: 36
    +4
    I vote for Ron Paul in the next election ......
  11. Consul-t
    Consul-t 26 May 2014 09: 37
    +2
    But we do not have patriots who, having learned about these gatherings, would have gathered and piled on these lovers of democracy lyuli?
    The next time you look and would be afraid to retaliate against Russia
    1. B.T.V.
      B.T.V. 26 May 2014 10: 24
      +5
      Before May 18, when the action was scheduled, I walked on the Internet and read the answers of adequate people to these calls, everyone was unanimous in the opinion that God forbid, they would only try, they would get the full scheme, so I won’t be surprised if on the sidewalks in that day caring people walked.
      1. Rostov
        Rostov 26 May 2014 22: 05
        0
        There are a lot of videos in the internet, where caring citizens walked the whole square in search of these "democrats", they found only one http://youtu.be/CoBNNwzB7Zg
  12. mig31
    mig31 26 May 2014 09: 37
    +3
    "Svoboda" according to the state department will NOT be in Russia !!!, but the people will ask the traitors fed by the State Department ...
  13. surovts.valery
    surovts.valery 26 May 2014 09: 43
    +1
    He (Teft) is now very busy, writing a plan for the upcoming work. It is necessary to spend $ 30 billion for the "development of democracy in Russia" allocated by the Congress. The guys swung wide. Otherwise, he would have arrived early, went to Manezhka with a bag of cookies, judging by the number of people hanging around there, everyone would have had enough.
    1. Anatolich
      Anatolich 26 May 2014 22: 31
      0
      Those who want to boil at Manezh need to treat breadcrumbs, each a bag and a forest in the taiga, there will be time to think about life and there will be enough extreme sports for the rest of life.
  14. cerbuk6155
    cerbuk6155 26 May 2014 09: 43
    +4
    An example of UKRAINE is in full view. We don’t need such manure. And the president of RUSSIA is the best in the world. We were just lucky with him. soldier
  15. Bayonet
    Bayonet 26 May 2014 09: 45
    +3
    I'm just glad that we still don't have a lot of crap coming to such gatherings.
  16. kombat58
    kombat58 26 May 2014 09: 51
    +3
    A pistol with one cartridge was sent to the American embassy in a secret board ...

    And I like it better with two. Cartridges. Well, suicide in two shots!
    History knows examples. Already two examples. One in the head - at Kravchenko, the other in the heart - at Bely.
    So there are options.
    Bets are accepted, comrades!
    Well, not gentlemen.
  17. sazhka4
    sazhka4 26 May 2014 09: 54
    +1
    Somehow quietly and imperceptibly, the site turned from the Military Review, into a purely political one. This "good" is already enough on the Internet. So many glorious names don't even show up. Maybe they are just looking, maybe .. But getting involved in empty "competitions" in shouting slogans is apparently considered senseless. And rightly so. Boring, sir, comrades, boring ..
    1. andj61
      andj61 26 May 2014 10: 43
      0
      Quote: sazhka4
      Bored, sir, comrades, boring ..

      Subjects such expose. Political. I see. Boring. Plus - and you, and the article.
  18. ia-ai00
    ia-ai00 26 May 2014 09: 54
    +1
    Manezhka-2014. We are waiting for hundreds of thousands here and millions throughout the country.
    ...
    All these "eh-h-hee" "flushed" themselves with the "dozhzhzhdy" in that big, solid toilet, installed at the FRONT entrance to their office.
    How many blatant lies and filth have been given by their "lips" over the past couple of months that the people are already VICKING from these "fighters" for USA victory over Russia... They from and to, showed, for whose interests and against whom, they are "fighting". Only sick people, as well as "homegrown" poor people who hate Russia and its citizens, such as Novodvorskaya, can go after the henchmen of the USA.
  19. Zomanus
    Zomanus 26 May 2014 10: 00
    0
    Come on. I consider these high ... shouts as a vaccination. If a strong, motivated society, then these screamers do not cause much harm. If society is internally weak, has lost its foundations, then a couple dozen screamers will ruin it. Now society is passive to these viruses, it simply does not respond to them. I look forward to the day when society begins to actively squeeze out these screamers. When they don’t want to be with them, work, live. This will be quite normal.
  20. valentina-makanalina
    valentina-makanalina 26 May 2014 10: 02
    +3
    Independence Square in Moscow? It's ridiculous!
    Americans probably feel sorry for their money invested in the Kiev Maidan. They paid in Crimea. Now they want to invest in Moscow, but it will cost them more than Crimea.
    They count on millions of participants, and get hundreds.
    I remembered the painting "The Morning of the Strelets' Execution", it would be nice to paint the painting "The Morning of the Triumphal Whipping". To whip all the participants in this Moscow Maidan right on the square.
  21. SS68SS
    SS68SS 26 May 2014 10: 04
    +2
    Quote: JonnyT
    it provides for the allocation of $ 10 billion annually from 2015-2017 on “the development of democracy in Russia



    Not sickly they saw taxpayers loot .... But you need to report for it. So they come up with swamp maidan ....
    1. Evkur
      Evkur 26 May 2014 16: 07
      0
      The Fed will print new ones! paper is not a pity.
  22. zoknyay82
    zoknyay82 26 May 2014 10: 05
    +1
    Yeah, tefft does not burn well! Here it is - THE BURDEN OF A WHITE MAN !!! How many native people he made happy with different "values" and the natives in embroidered shirts too! And soon he will come to us to help build civilization! All! Balalaika, prokhoroya and kosovorotka in the chest, honey on the chain, but the best in the forest, not singing the anthem of Russia, the new mass will be bored.
  23. kontrol
    kontrol 26 May 2014 10: 16
    +2
    all those who are dissenting and dissatisfied are invited to leave for permanent residence to the west and enjoy democracy there and all the benefits of Western society - such as game parades and so on. and mp.nehren here to damn water, we need to work.
  24. sinukvl
    sinukvl 26 May 2014 10: 19
    +4
    A democrat in Russia is like a source of light in darkness ...
    Therefore, the most suitable place for him is on a lamppost.
    1. Spnsr
      Spnsr 26 May 2014 12: 06
      0
      Quote: sinukvl
      A democrat in Russia is like a source of light in darkness ...
      Therefore, the most suitable place for him is on a lamppost.

      democracy must be strong laughing
  25. Stalnov I.P.
    Stalnov I.P. 26 May 2014 10: 25
    +1
    Well, all the political whores and prostitutes, all the pro-Western nits and ciliates are beginning to come to life, licking the asses of rotten Western democracy in the literal and figurative sense, after all the betrayals in the Crimea and Ukraine, this decayed, rotten corpse decided to stink for the last time. buy more whitish ones and water this decaying and dull little body of the echo of Moscow, the niggardly nodvorskaya, the mummy of the American Alekseeva, the leaders of the "nobility" Nemtsov and his accomplices. As in an old song, your last day comes a bourgeois, although now I have given up drinking alcohol (and I haven’t been indulging), but about the commemoration of your foul douche and rotten body, I will accept 100 grams of our RUSSIAN VODKA, for the commemoration of your soul SU-I ADVERSE.
  26. Black
    Black 26 May 2014 10: 29
    +1
    To disperse, otmu .. go, drive abroad ....
    And we have an ideal power? Does not require supervision, criticism, threats - that someone will see something (for example, an aircraft in an overseas resort, good officials on a poaching hunt) ??? Or is it "United and Indivisible Russia" itself that will do it?
    Power in the absence of competition, in the absence of opposition will inevitably degrade.
    Opposition, solid, in the mind, is needed like air. And it must be created .... and this is more difficult than organizing the power itself. So far, this misfortune takes on this role ... with pigtails and backpacks, or rather, it is entrusted to them by the State Department. I hope the Communist Party finally remembers its great past and takes this burden upon itself.
  27. aud13
    aud13 26 May 2014 10: 35
    +2
    It is necessary for him to let him listen to the anthem of Ukraine, which he loves so much (She didn’t die Ukraine) at night.

    After 2 weeks he will leave ....
  28. parusnik
    parusnik 26 May 2014 10: 44
    +4
    The "protest" marches did not take place on May 18 for one reason, the American consulates and the embassy did not bake enough cookies .. wink
  29. b.t.a.
    b.t.a. 26 May 2014 10: 52
    +10
    Yes, I remember the years 94-97 when I was ashamed of the president of Russia. Debt pit of the IMF. All sorts of MMM, Khoper investors and Nemtsovs, Yavlinsky, Novodvorsky and others like them. Yes, we do not need such a "democracy". No matter how we will raise Russia without any Maidans. There are problems, so where are they not? Let me be a "scoop" but Russia will not bow to anyone. I understand the opposition should be. This is for the good of the country and the government. But liberals like ours are something. They just stupidly hate Russia and us, its people. If you think differently than they are you Savok, Putin's zombie, etc. ... They are constantly poking around with the Soviet past (although most of them received free higher education) at that time. Constantly some kind of horror stories about the Putin regime. Some billions and Putin's castles. But they themselves have not done anything yet for Russia. As they already got it.
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    2. Landwarrior
      Landwarrior 26 May 2014 14: 53
      +1
      Quote: B.T.A.
      I understand the opposition should be. This is for the good of the country and government.

      I agree that there should be opposition. But it must be "constructive" ie. "Guys, this is bad for you, let's do it this way, it should get better" .... And our modern "opposition" can only whine about the fact that everything is bad, offering nothing in return. hi
  30. Bassoon
    Bassoon 26 May 2014 10: 52
    +2
    Our fifth column has long been time to properly clean.
  31. Prutkov
    Prutkov 26 May 2014 11: 10
    +2
    Continuous paradoxes. For the "development of democracy" in Russia, the US Congress is allocating 30 billion evergreen candy wrappers. And for the already de-democratized Ukraine, it has degenerated state guarantees by as much as 1 billion of the same candy wrappers.
    PS Now the golden rain will pour on Russia.
    1. Anatolich
      Anatolich 26 May 2014 22: 37
      0
      I just noticed that it would be better if this money was used to restore the economy of Ukraine, but no, it’s better for them to ruin Russia. So it turns out, to ruin it, here, but to restore it so suck on lollipop.
  32. Balamyt
    Balamyt 26 May 2014 11: 45
    +1
    Quote: Fagot
    Our fifth column has long been time to properly clean.

    Absolutely useless thing! They are revolutionaries, their mother’s children ....! They have a whole life in the struggle! Before dinner with hunger, after dinner with sleep! They will always protest, and against everything, as long as there is at least a minimum of attention to their persons! Indifference (namely indifference and not condemnation) on the part of the whole society, I think, will greatly squander their ranks!
    1. Anatolich
      Anatolich 26 May 2014 22: 41
      0
      No, there was already indifference in Ukraine, and how did it end? Here you need to be careful.
  33. Akvadra
    Akvadra 26 May 2014 11: 49
    +1
    The efforts of overseas "well-wishers" and their mongrels in Russia are in vain. Financial investments are useless. They are too far from the realities of today. Russia is not the same. Another. Matured, wiser, nourished by bitter experience, inspired by new horizons. They try in vain. Abstain only. &
  34. Prutkov
    Prutkov 26 May 2014 12: 06
    +2
    The American Congress took out from its closet an old, moth-eaten project "Development of Democracy in the World, Including in Russia". It's time for Russia to think about counterdeeds. This could be, for example, the idea of ​​"Free access to information and protection of private data from state espionage" or "Protection of human rights." Fortunately - Snowden in Russia. But it is useless to fence off only by the adoption of articles in the criminal code. It is necessary to launch a counter-offensive, especially since the challenge has been thrown.
  35. kot28.ru
    kot28.ru 26 May 2014 12: 22
    +10
    Quote: SpnSr
    Quote: sinukvl
    A democrat in Russia is like a source of light in darkness ...
    Therefore, the most suitable place for him is on a lamppost.

    democracy must be strong laughing

    That's right, to strengthen DEMOCRACY with a BAR from below !!!! So that the wind does not swing at a POST !!!!! laughing laughing laughing
    1. rf xnumx
      rf xnumx 26 May 2014 13: 15
      +8
      What the hell are they! Dostaevsky respect
      1. The point
        The point 26 May 2014 16: 26
        +2
        If we refer to Dostoevsky, then they are demons!
  36. tolancop
    tolancop 26 May 2014 12: 40
    +1
    Much has been written ... And about the Constitution .. and about "Echo of Moscow ..". And about the opposition ..

    1. YES, let the Constitution remain as it is. The point is not what is written, but HOW it is performed. There are clearly problems with the observance of some articles of the Constitution. Well? who does it bother? If the authorities "moved" a couple of articles (31 for example), then moving article 13 is not a problem, there would be a desire (necessity). IMHO, the President and his team, in a small way, without prior arrangement, do what is needed, and start officially changing the Constitution - you won't get the stench.
    2. "Echo of Moscow" and others like them do not need to be closed. Let them slander !!! BUT!!! State funding, incl. and cut off completely through state-controlled structures. Make me answer "for the market": srehal - chase the money !!! The article on libel in the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation was returned not just like that, but in the case. financial blows are the most effective. And to engage in counter-propaganda more actively, with a reasoned display of nonsense. And you shouldn't close Echo ... "You shouldn't. Around him and the imu of similar media, a handful of enemies gather, who no, no, and will show themselves. Otherwise, catch them one by one.
    3. About the "opposition". At one time, a lot of people in Moscow came out to protest against the falsification of the Duma elections. The rallies attracted tens of thousands of people. But ... It was enough to see who climbed onto the rostrum of these rallies (Nemtsov, Kasyanov, etc.) so that any desire to participate in the rallies disappeared. On the hump of the people's anger, a bunch of inveterate scoundrels gathered to enter heaven. Nothing new. A couple of years later, the same was observed in Ukraine. In Russia, THEM did not succeed (I suppose the people saw who was going to "power"), in Ukraine it did. There is no need to disperse the "opposition", it is enough to show its true face. But there are problems with this.
  37. Tolerast
    Tolerast 26 May 2014 12: 40
    +2
    The Bulls pseudo-writer is just fat yee .... uh. In real life, it is much more disgusting and hippo than in the photo. My soul is an esthete negodue. If a person starts his body like that, then it’s scary to even imagine what is happening inside him. I will never give him his hand again.
  38. shinobi
    shinobi 26 May 2014 14: 26
    +1
    As one of the classics said, the most sensitive place in the body of the oppositionist is his wallet. By directly influencing this place, you can easily achieve a variety of results. There is no money from the State Department from NGOs, there is no "popular masses" either.

    PS: In Russia, the opposition is those who were at the feeding trough, but they were kicked from it.
  39. pinecone
    pinecone 26 May 2014 14: 44
    +4
    Some kind of filthy "Echo", an instrument of enemy propaganda in the capital of the Russian Federation, is funded by Gazprom. Isn't it time to end this.
  40. sounddoc
    sounddoc 26 May 2014 16: 24
    +2
    If you count along with microbes, then there were trillions in the square)))
  41. tnship2
    tnship2 26 May 2014 16: 26
    +1
    It’s time to return to occupational therapy. People who gather in the arena and other areas have a lot of free time and sad thoughts in their head. Abstractly sad is a sin. Give them a reason for real sadness at last. Let's say a week for a handyman on a skyscraper construction site.
  42. Ross465
    Ross465 26 May 2014 18: 36
    0
    There is an offer !!! Create a group (party) against Putin, etc.! And demand money from stupid amers to "fight" against tyranny and the development of a pancake democracy! wassat In Ukraine, they spent 5 yards. - let's say our country is bigger and we need more denyushk! We will pretend to be a struggle, and let them pay! That's the investment for our state!
  43. siberalt
    siberalt 26 May 2014 21: 09
    0
    After the next election of Putin, with more than convincing popular support, a split in the ruling elite was clearly visible. On patriots - statists and liberoids - hucksters of everything and everyone. The second stage of the sale of Russia (privatization), which the West dreamed of, did not pass. And many other things too. The people are waking up and the liberoids really sensed the power of theirs as a mortal danger for themselves. What kind of Manezhki are there? Some fears and misunderstandings. "The ice is broken, gentlemen of the jury!" laughing
  44. RUSSIA
    RUSSIA 27 May 2014 00: 02
    0
    Well, everything is rushing norms! 3 heifers that cocktails were poured straight on amicable but decided to commit suicide from an unrequited love for the Maidan went to flight from a 9-storey building! normally, democracy or democracy directly boils up our joy and is not sorry for these nasty young peas, they thought it was so simple and even put it on YouTube like filthy scum they are preparing Molotov and then after so many corpses they will live to love !!!!!!!!! ! no ghouls Bandera !!!!!!! YOU ONLY DEATH ALL! AND CHOCOLATE ALSO SOON A NEW YOUR NASTY MAIDAN !!!!!!
  45. ioann1
    ioann1 27 May 2014 01: 03
    0
    Venediktov and his Echo gang committed yet another meanness, accusing Lifenews journalists of "complicity" and exposing the guys to mortal danger, they supported the SBU's actions in arresting the correspondents. From these "democratic liberals" comes a disgusting stench of betrayal and vile lies against the authorities and truly democratic media.
    The government demonstrates iron patience, and the people are forced to listen to the next nonsense of "smart" speeches of the "creative class" ... The question is, how long to endure ?! Time is difficult, the enemy is coming from all sides, maybe it is an honor to know, citizens are traitors? Like America, so go ahead, roll there or send you there with a mortar
  46. Lyton
    Lyton 27 May 2014 03: 35
    0
    Quote: sinukvl
    A democrat in Russia is like a source of light in darkness ...
    Therefore, the most suitable place for him is on a lamppost.

    And Solovyov here and where, how sideways is he with these p.d.a.r.a.m.i. stood in a row?
  47. viktor.o
    viktor.o 27 May 2014 05: 37
    +1
    It is time through the court to introduce deprivation of citizenship, deprived of citizenship for actions against Russia and the state, and when they are repeated, they deported the 5th column to where they think they have all the rights, there’s no sense in them as citizens. .
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  49. zakidon73
    zakidon73 27 May 2014 07: 09
    0
    In general, it's good that the great Oia said to all her mongrels "Fass!" - all the prosperous and liberal came out, showed themselves in all their glory. Now we know exactly who is with us and who is against us.
    Another great move from the Scout - passing by he revealed a vast network of Western agents of influence
  50. falikreutov
    falikreutov 27 May 2014 10: 15
    0
    Yeah! Something quieter and quieter is the voice of pindosovskih proplachantsy, and somehow "millions" are getting smaller every time!