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Mikhail Zadornov: Poroshenko and his Western sponsors

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Mikhail Zadornov: Poroshenko and his Western sponsors


Do you know why Poroshenko raised a wave in the world, as if Russia sent troops to Ukraine? He is ashamed to admit to his "sponsors" that his state army, consisting of fascists, untrained poor conscripts, with collapsed military equipment of the Soviet era and generals of the newcomers who became millionaires in the last few months, was unable to cope with the militias and volunteers who arrived from Russia .

And how to admit it?

So, to convict ourselves of embezzling the help that the West gives Ukraine today. Thank God, there is always Russia at hand where you can blame your own sins, leading to people's misfortunes.

Do you know why America and Europe immediately picked up this “feed” Poroshenko? Because they are ashamed to admit that they help the thieves, no less than the previous president of Ukraine, who treat their people like shit stories. Moreover, this story is not written by them, but by Euro-Americans.

Do you know what militias and volunteers from Russia have? They know they are fighting for the idea! The militia began the revival of the real Russian spirit! I would say not Russian, but Rus! The concept of "Rus" is much older than the word "Russian".

Among them there are true leaders who, whatever the end of this war, still declare themselves in the near future. Leaders, which idea is more important than profit. And it has always been the prowess of the Rus.

And they are fighting not against the Ukrainian people, but against the American idea. And also against the European idea, contrary to the solar vedichesku Rus: against lies, hypocrisy and the world of consumption.

Russ - the concept is very old. Protecting honor and valor for them was always more important than profit and profit. And not only in antiquity. The Soviet Union helped many countries in the world freed from slavery. America and England were always on the other side, because for them the benefit and enslavement of nations was important.

In the Soviet Union, people from liberated countries studied. Never in Russia did they trade slaves or transport them from Africa.

In the Baltic countries, America or the European Union at least one rural school was built after the collapse of the Soviet Union?

In future European history textbooks, it is necessary to write in the future about the Soviet period as follows:

“With the help of NATO, we managed to drive out Russian occupants from the Baltic countries, after which schools, theaters, factories, factories, film studios, bridges over rivers, oil pipelines, railways, trains that still travel on these railways, and concert halls, peasant fields, livestock farms, fishing villages, and not a single casino, not a brothel, not a single golf course, not a single pornographic publisher, not a decent trafficker! This convincingly speaks of the extreme backwardness of the Russian invaders compared to the civilized world. But, thank God, the occupiers were expelled, and the Baltic countries took the path of civilization! ”


The most amazing thing is that in the mass people in Europe and in America believe when the mass media “defame” Russia. It is for this that a worthless mass formation is required. To learn about their opinion the masses from above.

Few people now ask themselves the question: if Russia sent troops to Ukraine, why did America not announce this right away? After all, everything is clear from American satellites. Russia that, the underground passage of the troops held? American intelligence boasts the fact that with their satellites you can even see the numbers on the machines.

So where are these photos? Where is the proof?

Nope

In the Baltic countries, on radio and television, local politicians almost in a whisper report to their people that they have secret information about the introduction of the Russian army into Ukraine.

Yes, there are a lot of assholes who believe in it.

But if there were evidence, they would have been immediately placed on the screen. Even fabricate this evidence, falsify, and then there is nothing!

And another interesting question: why did the subject of the downed Boeing become silent? They noticed that they were trying not to talk about it in any other Western news programs anymore. Yes, because they came to the terrible conclusion that this Boeing was shot down by the Ukrainian army, having mixed up with a Russian plane. Moreover, Ukraine is not the first time to shoot down a passenger plane!

This thought occurred to me ...

If Napoleon had had CNN and Euronews broadcasts, the world would never have known that the Russian army, the Russian militia, volunteers and partisans were driving him to Paris. And Napoleon himself would not know about it :).

PS By the way, you heard that Europe is going to introduce a new sanction - to stop the supply of diamonds from Russia. It is terrible to think how we will live now ?! No, they are not stupid, they are idiots. They think that everything is always measured only by profit, so they always lost the war.
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  1. shibi
    shibi 2 September 2014 06: 57
    +38
    Burn napalm further, Uncle Misha!
    1. portoc65
      portoc65 2 September 2014 07: 07
      +3
      The word Russ is as old as the word Russian. Russian is not an adjective. Previously, the Russes of the ancient Kievan Rusi were named RussKievsky .. from here the word Russian came
      1. Valentine77 64
        Valentine77 64 2 September 2014 07: 35
        +1
        Maybe on the contrary:
        Russian (-EV) City.
        1. portoc65
          portoc65 2 September 2014 07: 38
          +1
          Well yes ... I mean the same ...
          1. bulvas
            bulvas 2 September 2014 11: 24
            +2
            ... therefore they always lost wars ...


            Yes, they do not care, lost, won
            This is our bet - life, they just have a redistribution of property, which is why they made a fuss like in a market
      2. volot-voin
        volot-voin 2 September 2014 09: 08
        +7
        Quote: portoc65
        The word Russ is as ancient as the word Russian.

        Rus - means light (blond hair). Rus (epic) Prince of the North, the eldest son of Slaven, the founder of Slavensk (Novgorod on Ilmen). He set the city of Old Rus, as his father went on long, long campaigns throughout Eurasia. The Semites (Jews, Arabs) are still afraid of the northern Prince of Russia described in his writings, who will come to destroy Jerusalem at the end of time.
    2. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich 2 September 2014 07: 11
      +26
      I wonder how Russia has not yet been blamed for the death of the Titanic! And then the facts will soon come up that Grandfather Mazay with the hares on the boat rammed the ship. Yes, they will find a black box! We wait!!! wassat
      1. Finches
        Finches 2 September 2014 07: 25
        +20
        I suppose I don’t know how you can call a person making such decisions, if not go. Then?
        "The General Prosecutor's Office of Ukraine appointed Vasyl Sinchuk as the prosecutor of the now defunct Ukrainian region - the Autonomous Republic of Crimea. Information about the corresponding appointment of August 29 was published on the GPU website today. (1.09.2014)"
        According to Ukrainian media, when asked how Sinchuk will work in Crimea, where there are no more Ukrainian authorities, he said that he would do this “responsibly and actively”. “What is required by law will be done,” he assured.

        And the appointee himself, beauty, he will not do anything, but will receive money and all the prosecutorial preferences for non-existent work!

        But don’t go. They plunder the country competently! The same Geletey carried nonsense, but how much dough is he now putting in his pocket and his camarilla ?! No, it’s smart guys figured out how to plunder an entire state, and not only the budget, it’s so, a little thing in your pockets to rub, but absolutely everything! Forests, fields, rivers, lakes, air, bowels, plants, roads ... that's all!
      2. 1812 1945
        1812 1945 2 September 2014 09: 02
        +5
        Quote: Andrew Y.
        I wonder how Russia has not yet been blamed for the death of the Titanic! And then the facts will soon come up that Grandfather Mazay with the hares on the boat rammed the ship. Yes, they will find a black box! We wait!!! wassat

        Grandfather Mazai? - It was Putin! With a glued beard. And the hares are most likely trained under the Marine Corps combat training program. Russian hares - that! The facts have surfaced! Obama and the ESovskaya riffraff in the cesspool still catch. "Facts". Than they live.
      3. nils
        nils 2 September 2014 11: 44
        +3
        Quote: Andrey Yurievich
        I wonder how Russia has not yet been blamed for the death of the Titanic!


        M. Zadornov: about the Soviet era: "... after the Russians left ... there was not a single casino, not a single brothel, not a single golf course, not a single pornographic publishing house, not a single decent drug dealer! about the extreme backwardness of the Russian invaders in comparison with the civilized world. "
        Russia of our time is still apparently related to the civilized world, as Mikhail Nikolaevich correctly noted.
        The sooner we leave it, the better. But then they will definitely be blamed for the death of the Titanic.
    3. Andrey from Tver
      Andrey from Tver 2 September 2014 07: 43
      +12
      Quote: sibi
      Burn napalm further, Uncle Misha!
    4. Giant thought
      Giant thought 2 September 2014 08: 10
      +2
      Our Russian spirit is the antagonist of the Gayropeisky, they will never understand us, and that’s good, as Zadornov said: you won’t digitize us.
    5. Aleksandr777
      Aleksandr777 2 September 2014 09: 42
      +2
      Zadornov is the best !!!!!
  2. Pro100Igor
    Pro100Igor 2 September 2014 06: 58
    +71
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    1. nvv
      nvv 2 September 2014 07: 06
      +12
      The militias began a revival of the real Russian spirit! ............................. To this objection, to add the construction of a Just Society ........... ..
      1. andj61
        andj61 2 September 2014 09: 13
        +11
        This is also good.
    2. hydrogen
      hydrogen 2 September 2014 07: 26
      +2
      To criticize is understandably a critic, in principle, a respected person. But you must be able to banish, pointwise and to the target. And our bastards are frenzied and they splatter themselves and everything around in their bum * silence, and the sense is zero, only disgust, like the last bluebot.
      1. 77bob1973
        77bob1973 2 September 2014 07: 59
        +3
        Our liberal writers have a habit of trashing their country, and not inside the country, but when they come to Europe or the USA, their talent is revealed there in full, in this sense even Makarevich looks more honest!
    3. VICTOR-61
      VICTOR-61 2 September 2014 07: 45
      +1
      Cleverly said, plus with me
    4. muginov2015
      muginov2015 2 September 2014 08: 15
      +1
      Oooh! This is my position! Uncle Misha, respect!
  3. mig31
    mig31 2 September 2014 07: 01
    +7
    If sanctions are imposed on bruliks, our girls - beauties will get more, and so they are afraid of nothing - idiocy is not treated, we just have to look after the sick ...
    1. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich 2 September 2014 07: 13
      +24
      Quote: mig31
      If sanctions are imposed on bruliks, our girls - beauties will get more,

      It was 2017, Russia was moaning from LAUGHTER ... from the 34th level of economic sanctions ... The State Department issued the 3rd volume with lists of people who should not come to the USA ... Europe was drowning with wood ... wassat
      1. kev
        kev 2 September 2014 08: 00
        +4
        laughing and Psaki, all dressed up from Europe ... commented on the decision on the next sanctions
  4. andrei332809
    andrei332809 2 September 2014 07: 03
    +1
    fervently .---------------------------
  5. B.T.V.
    B.T.V. 2 September 2014 07: 06
    0
    "The most important thing is to have someone to steal on" - said someone wise.
  6. shishakova
    shishakova 2 September 2014 07: 07
    +3
    Thank you, Mikhail Nikolaevich!
    You are boldly and honestly telling the truth, while still maintaining a sense of humor - talent!
  7. ImPerts
    ImPerts 2 September 2014 07: 08
    +30
    Ukrainians do not understand Russians, but Russians can understand them. They were the same fools in the 1991 year.
  8. AlNikolaich
    AlNikolaich 2 September 2014 07: 10
    +5
    Zadornov’s look is straightforward and somewhat simplistic,
    but! It is said directly, precisely, and from the heart!
    I respect
    1. Rider
      Rider 2 September 2014 13: 26
      0
      Quote: AlNikolaich
      Zadornov’s look is straightforward and somewhat simplistic,

      not quite right
      in some ways, his statements are indeed somewhat simplified and even naive,
      BUT
      not all correct thoughts should be laid out for everyone to see, so as not to be accused of all kinds of "isms"
      (see who owns RosSMI)
      again, he has to follow in a humorous way, which also imposes some restrictions.
      well, a small discount on the intellectual educational level of the audience

      P.S. - I support and share your respect
  9. bucha12
    bucha12 2 September 2014 07: 13
    +9
    Bruliks are not sausage and not apples. DO NOT REDUCE.
  10. Owl27
    Owl27 2 September 2014 07: 14
    +4
    NATO has already recognized Ukraine as a loser !!! Nobody loves the losers, they will be abandoned as Afghanistan, Libya and Iraq. History teaches nothing!
  11. chelovektapok
    chelovektapok 2 September 2014 07: 16
    +2
    That's right! Since ancient times. There are Russes and there are crusaders (NATO mercenaries) and there are Mazepa Judas, who, as then, are used in all the cracks for their handouts and others are muzzled to brighten the mind.
  12. Tatar-in
    Tatar-in 2 September 2014 07: 19
    +5
    Take Afghanistan, after us there were schools of kindergartens and hospitals. After the Yankees there was scorched earth and crippled people
    1. Koltsov norm
      Koltsov norm 2 September 2014 09: 49
      +2
      This is according to Putin, where America does not turn up, everywhere Libya or Iran turns out. Well or Afghanistan
  13. bear
    bear 2 September 2014 07: 28
    0
    Our strength is in the TRUTH !!! And also in our great story, which the liberals are ruining. Here they will kill, and everything will be like theirs. In short, when will these shame be kicked out of power with us?
  14. surovts.valery
    surovts.valery 2 September 2014 07: 30
    +20
    Petya will not live up to the hopes of his sponsors. Somewhere in the White House, behind the door there is a large honorable rake on which all mattress presidents periodically step on from the time of Korea, then Vietnam, Somalia, Afghanistan, Iraq, etc. But Obama has already broken his forehead. When Petya goes there on a visit, he will tie an ax to the handle. Should they finally kill this rake once and for all?
    1. Corsair0304
      Corsair0304 2 September 2014 07: 51
      +4
      5 points! You can’t say better! laughing good
  15. Turk
    Turk 2 September 2014 07: 34
    +1
    Quote: Andrew Y.
    I wonder how Russia has not yet been blamed for the death of the Titanic! And then the facts will soon come up that Grandfather Mazay with the hares on the boat rammed the ship. Yes, they will find a black box! We wait!!! wassat

    And Gerasim was in his accomplices.
  16. MilesAth
    MilesAth 2 September 2014 07: 44
    0
    About the disinterested assistance of the USSR and Russia to the liberated peoples and, in contrast, the indefatigable desire for the profit of Western countries is very accurately noticed!
    Let’s recall the history of the American Indians
  17. Ryuuk
    Ryuuk 2 September 2014 07: 45
    +3
    Well done man good
  18. vodolaz
    vodolaz 2 September 2014 07: 49
    +3
    I always liked Misha, unlike any Petrosyans. Well done, I said everything in the case.
  19. aszzz888
    aszzz888 2 September 2014 07: 49
    +2
    Everything is true and accessible, arranged on the shelves.
    And stupidity with a roof that has moved off at the merikatos has long crossed all borders, and has fallen to the lowest level of sewerage - to its very smelly thick!
  20. sledge
    sledge 2 September 2014 07: 52
    +2
    Zadornov as always SUPER!
  21. Corsair0304
    Corsair0304 2 September 2014 07: 54
    0
    What can I add .. Perhaps there is nothing. Zadorny’s thoughts and statements are always not in the eyebrow and eyebrows. And about Napoleon and the Titanic - he turned it great. Respect and respect hi
  22. pinecone
    pinecone 2 September 2014 07: 56
    +1
    Do you know why Poroshenko raised a wave in the world, as if Russia had sent troops to Ukraine? He is ashamed to admit to his "sponsors" that his state army, consisting of fascists, untrained poor conscripts, with the collapsed military equipment of the Soviet era and remake generals who became millionaires in the last few months, were unable to cope with the militias and volunteers who came from Russia.

    As for the "collapsed technology of Soviet times" comrade. Zadornov is mistaken. The valiant defenders of Donbass are using Soviet equipment captured in battles quite successfully.
  23. Urkinday
    Urkinday 2 September 2014 08: 11
    +8
    Found another meganovism from ukroSMI "The behavior of Poroshenko's son at war in the ATO zone is surprising" and a funny accompanying photo. It is enough to bring it closer to clearly see that Poroshenko Junior's face was clearly photoshopped there, and rather crookedly))) Is it possible that in Ukraine, adequate designers have been swept away at the ATO? :)
    (http://meganovosti.net/news/13/3040055-full.html)
    1. Combitor
      Combitor 2 September 2014 08: 50
      +2
      Quote: Urkindey
      Poroshenko’s face of Junior was clearly photographed there

      I saw the photo, thought it was Lyashko. I read the comment, thought it was like. However, the thoughts inspired why such a similarity?
      And the head in any photo studio can "photoshop" to anything, even a tractor.
      1. Djubal
        Djubal 2 September 2014 09: 05
        +2
        This is the illegitimate son of a pig and Lyasha :) ham
    2. The comment was deleted.
  24. volot-voin
    volot-voin 2 September 2014 09: 11
    +2
    Quote: volot-voin
    Quote: portoc65
    The word Russ is as ancient as the word Russian.

    Rus - means light (blond hair). Rus (epic) Prince of the North, the eldest son of Slaven, the founder of Slavensk (Novgorod on Ilmen). He set the city of Old Rus, as his father went on long, long campaigns throughout Eurasia. The Semites (Jews, Arabs) are still afraid of the northern Prince of Russia described in his writings, who will come to destroy Jerusalem at the end of time.

    Zadornov is a patriot and a Slavophile, our man.
    1. Vladimir73
      Vladimir73 2 September 2014 13: 30
      0
      in fact, the first mention of the word Rus is attributed to Prince Oleg. When the ambassadors of Byzantium met, to the ambassador's question who they were, Oleg answered: "Azm rus am", i.e. it turns out Russia can be defined as follows: "people united by one goal under the rule of one person." Something like this hi
  25. Yuriy Nikolayevich
    Yuriy Nikolayevich 2 September 2014 09: 13
    +7
    A bit more.
  26. Signature
    Signature 2 September 2014 09: 43
    +2
    "Michal Mikhalych" is the best!
    If you want to hang yourself (everything is so bad), you need to read and listen to "Michal Mikhalycha".
    The most powerful motivator for a normal life today.
  27. odmax3
    odmax3 2 September 2014 09: 57
    +1
    Right, totally right!
  28. FASO
    FASO 2 September 2014 10: 53
    +1
    In Ukraine, as in a deep forest, AUUUUU-ludii !!! But there are no people !!! Some jackals around !!!
  29. screw cutter
    screw cutter 2 September 2014 11: 00
    +1
    Quote: Andrew Y.
    Quote: mig31
    If sanctions are imposed on bruliks, our girls - beauties will get more,

    It was 2017, Russia was moaning from LAUGHTER ... from the 34th level of economic sanctions ... The State Department issued the 3rd volume with lists of people who should not come to the USA ... Europe was drowning with wood ... wassat

    And the most remarkable thing in Europe is that there is really no firewood either, except in iron barrels.
  30. dimasialyt
    dimasialyt 2 September 2014 11: 27
    +1
    They have always lost in wars, but always won financially! As in 1917, the ruble was buried, since then they have been dancing on us: "Akela missed!"
  31. Galich Kos
    Galich Kos 2 September 2014 11: 36
    0
    Never in Russia did they trade slaves and transport them from Africa.


    Apparently, the author of the article forgot about serfdom.
    1. Rider
      Rider 2 September 2014 13: 33
      0
      Quote: Galich Kos
      Apparently, the author of the article forgot about serfdom.

      which was introduced by the kings by blood, who were more Germans than Russians.

      but yes, you are right about that
      1. Galich Kos
        Galich Kos 2 September 2014 13: 43
        0
        which was introduced by the kings by blood, who were more Germans than Russians.


        At the end of the 15-16th centuries, when the formation and strengthening of serfdom in Russia, the German tsars still did not "smell". And the tax reform that finally attached the peasants to the land was carried out by Peter the First. So in this regard, our country is far from a model of humanity and imitation. Europeans trafficked people from another continent and a different race, and the Russian nobles - their compatriots!
        1. Rider
          Rider 2 September 2014 14: 39
          0
          Quote: Galich Kos
          In the late 15-16 centuries, when the formation and strengthening of serfdom took place

          you are not quite up to date on the topic under discussion
          the formation of serfdom began with the abolition of St. George's Day at the very end of the 16th century - 1580
          then the peasants were forbidden to move from one landowner to another, that is, the peasant was assigned to the land he cultivated.
          but even then the majority of peasants were TENANTS of lands fulfilling corvee along with annual (autumn) payments to the landowner.
          the flourishing of serfdom fell on the reign of Catherine the Great.
          in the future, serfdom was adjusted in the direction of mitigation and at the time of abolition, the "fortress" consisted of about a quarter of the country's peasants.
          but even in the heyday of serfdom there were laws on the responsibility of the landlords for the oppression and for the killing of serfs
          (another thing is how they were implemented)
          Quote: Galich Kos
          Europeans trafficked people from a different continent and a different race

          you, again, do not taste the topic under discussion
          in Qurop, there were quite laws for themselves when a debtor for arrears fell into quite enslaving conditions from a lender and this was massive
          and the "fencing" in England, which led to the fact that the mass of peasants driven from the land were forced to work for pennies (or even just for food) is not so much different in terms of the degree of oppression from serfdom
          again, serfdom in Poland was much tougher than in Russia because the confessional issue was mixed
          but you forget (or do not know) that the first SLAVES in the new world were just WHITE, such as convicts, criminals, debtors, and simply "hired" on the plantation
          and only subsequently switched to blacks.

          our country is really not a model of humanity, however, to make it a kind of satrapy - a prison of peoples, it is just as erroneous as to consider the West - a lamp of freedom of equality and liberalism.
          1. Galich Kos
            Galich Kos 2 September 2014 14: 59
            0
            the formation of serfdom began with the abolition of St. George's Day at the very end of the 16th century - 1580


            It seems to me that the beginning of the CP came from the moment the restriction on the right of the peasant to transfer from one landowner to another in 1497 was introduced. And in 1581 the final consolidation of the peasants.
            1. Rider
              Rider 2 September 2014 15: 23
              0
              Quote: Galich Kos
              It seems to me that the beginning of KP

              Well, who knows what
              and the "final consolidation of the peasants" took place in 1603 (before that there was a temporary restriction (1581)
              Well, according to the 1497 you mentioned
              In the "Code of Law", published by the Grand Duke Ivan III in 1497, there was a law according to which the peasant was allowed to leave the owner of the land only at the end of all rural work.
              At the same time, one term of the peasant "exit" was established - St. George's Day, that is, November 26, according to the old style.
              Landowners, in need of peasants, lured them from each other. Each year, the struggle for peasants began before St. George's Day.
              In 1581, Tsar Ivan IV, temporarily banning the passage of peasants to St. George’s Day, thereby facilitated the attachment of peasants to the land of the landowner. (Finally, the peasants were enslaved under Boris Godunov.)
              During this period, the saying arose "Here's to you, grandmother, and St. George's Day!"

              do you see how much becomes clear with the "introduction of serfdom in Russia"?
              these laws were not just introduced.
              Well, if you are really interested in this topic, here's a look at
              http://www.gumer.info/bibliotek_Buks/History/skr1/12.php

              all the best

              and read less liberal agitation
              1. Galich Kos
                Galich Kos 2 September 2014 15: 37
                0
                and read less liberal agitation

                Killing phrase)))
                1. Rider
                  Rider 2 September 2014 15: 44
                  0
                  Quote: Galich Kos
                  Killing phrase)))

                  I'm glad you liked it
                  because (judging by your posts) you have an idea of ​​serfdom in Russia precisely from them.
                  and learned a lot just now

                  no offense you will be told
                  BUT
                  learn to study and again ...
                  mustache according to the precepts of the classic of Marxism Leninism
                  1. Galich Kos
                    Galich Kos 2 September 2014 16: 20
                    0
                    My concept of serfdom is clearly at odds with yours. Question of interpretation.
                    1. Rider
                      Rider 2 September 2014 16: 40
                      0
                      Quote: Galich Kos
                      Question of interpretation.

                      certainly

                      because some (not you) citizens cite serfdom as an example and draw far-reaching conclusions about the "people of slaves"
                      and right there, in defiance, they say that they say that the Western peoples, slaves were other nations, and not their own.

                      well, probably according to these citizens, being an oppressor is a lot cooler.
                      only where are such terms as "freedom, equality, brotherhood" and the newfangled trend - liberalism in half with tolerance, I cannot understand

                      read the links

                      good luck
    2. Vladimir73
      Vladimir73 2 September 2014 13: 35
      0
      Galich Kos (1) RU Today, 11:36

      Never in Russia did they trade slaves and transport them from Africa.


      Apparently, the author of the article forgot about serfdom.

      do not confuse slaves and serfs. these are different ways of exploitation. If you equate, then the workers, peasants, employees, officials are also slaves because the state exploits its citizens.
      1. Galich Kos
        Galich Kos 2 September 2014 13: 48
        0
        do not confuse slaves and serfs. these are different ways of exploitation


        The forms of exploitation are different, but the essence is basically the same. A Russian serf could be sold, exchanged, donated to one or with a family, etc. You could even kill.
        1. Signature
          Signature 2 September 2014 14: 29
          +2
          Lord disputants!
          The "author" ... of the "article" does not position himself either as a luminary of academic knowledge, or as a refined philosopher who avoids "everyday" emotionality (or "encrypted" irony). With all the consequences from here.
          Everyone passed through their own serfdom. Even those who resolutely forgot about it today. As for the African-Polynesian and deep-Asian colonialist undertakings, the Russians didn’t really have them. It is possible that by laziness of thought (Joke, actually.)
          But that's not the point. And the fact that the publication has a very special genre - mixed-synthetic. And to approach it with the normative requirements of scientific and abstract research ... Why? Either you go to the library to read a solid scientific treatise, or you communicate (in a concert / any other format) with a person whose wisdom and spirituality are not inferior to the magnificence of his own sense of humor. Science, too, by the way, does not grow with dryness and restraint. She, too, needs fresh ideas and - from time to time - the reckless courage of a "new look."

          Sincerely yours!
        2. Rider
          Rider 2 September 2014 14: 48
          +1
          Quote: Galich Kos
          You could even kill.

          it was indeed possible to kill, and history brought to us truly terrible evidence of exploitation and violence against serfs by the landowners

          BUT

          for such acts then there was quite a criminal liability

          Starting from the middle of the 17th century, the special Council Code of 1649 shared the landowner's responsibility for the unintentional and intentional killing of a peasant. In the event of an unintentional murder, for example, in a fight, the noble was imprisoned until a special order from the king. In the premeditated murder of the peasant, the perpetrator was executed, regardless of social origin. During the reign of Elizabeth Petrovna, when the death penalty in Russia was virtually abolished, nobles who were guilty of the death of their peasants were usually sent to hard labor.
          do not teach liberal agitation
          Well, at least - thesis
          http://maxpark.com/user/1330679642/content/969012
          or here
          http://pereformat.ru/2011/12/mify-o-rossii/
          1. Galich Kos
            Galich Kos 2 September 2014 15: 28
            +1
            do not teach liberal agitation

            Good already, liberal propaganda and other blah blah. The first high-profile case of "serfs", the case of the landowner Sakltychikha, the course of which was given personally by Catherine the Great. Thanks to the will of the Empress, it was brought to its logical conclusion. Again, Saltykova's verdict was not the death penalty, but eternal imprisonment.
            1. Rider
              Rider 2 September 2014 15: 43
              +1
              Quote: Galich Kos
              Good already, liberal agitation and other blah blah.

              you are inattentive mon ami
              Rider KZ Today, 14:39 ↑
              but even in the heyday of serfdom there were laws on the responsibility of the landlords for the oppression and for the killing of serfs
              (another thing is how they were implemented)


              it’s not worth building from yourself such a truth-teller and a mess of truth (TM) to the masses

              just thoughtfully read the post of the opponent

              and read links nevertheless if they took to argue on this topic
              According to one of the largest modern historians B.N. Mironov, "contrary to popular opinion in the literature, peasants both legally and actually right up to 1861 had the right to complain about their landowners and actively used them." In 1767, Catherine II forbade to file complaints personally to her, "past the governments established for that."

              Unlike many "advanced and enlightened" countries of the then Europe, where, for example, in the same Poland, the murder of a serf was not considered a state crime at all and was subject only to church punishment, Russian laws protected the life and property of peasants from landowners. "The killing of a serf was considered a felony."

              So, Catherine II in 1775 authorized even her governor generals to prosecute landowners for ill-treatment of peasants, up to confiscation of estates and their transfer to the management of guardian councils. Alexander I in 1817 pointed out the arbitrariness of the landowners to bring them to court and take the property under the care of the treasury
            2. Vladimir73
              Vladimir73 3 September 2014 20: 50
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              Quote: Rider
              do not teach liberal agitation

              Good already, liberal propaganda and other blah blah. The first high-profile case of "serfs", the case of the landowner Sakltychikha, the course of which was given personally by Catherine the Great. Thanks to the will of the Empress, it was brought to its logical conclusion. Again, Saltykova's verdict was not the death penalty, but eternal imprisonment.


              The "Saltychikha affair" was simply particularly loud and was raised in literature and the press by the liberals of that time, to describe the horrors of life in the Russian Empire. And after reading history "not according to liberal propaganda" You will see perfectly that Kievan Rus was built on feudal relations, and before that there was a tribal system.
  32. navara399
    navara399 2 September 2014 12: 12
    +2
    Thanks to the policies of mattresses and geyrops, Uncle Misha will always be able to earn a piece of bread and butter. I think we have to laugh for a long time watching his concerts on REN TV, although more and more you are thinking about listening to him.
  33. Leader
    Leader 2 September 2014 12: 29
    +2
    God bless America and Europe for the sanctions! fool
    In the past 35 years, we have never been so united as we are now.
    I don't give a damn about the problems of Russian oligarchs and officials; I want these "sanctions" not to end.
    Soon, the pants with caviar will become cheaper ... smile
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  35. Whiplashock
    Whiplashock 2 September 2014 15: 46
    0
    I love Zadornov!
  36. A40263S
    A40263S 2 September 2014 16: 00
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    Quote: Galich Kos
    Never in Russia did they trade slaves and transport them from Africa.


    Apparently, the author of the article forgot about serfdom.


    in the days of serfdom in Russia, every born was a free man, there is no need for liberal shit
    1. Galich Kos
      Galich Kos 2 September 2014 16: 47
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      there is no need for liberal shit

      Dear, serfdom in Russia is not a liberal shit, but a stage (and a very long one) of the history of the country and people. Take this fact for granted.
      I certainly understand that "Russia is the homeland of elephants," but not to the same extent.