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Crimea 20 years later

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To make the peninsula a place of their dreams, Crimeans themselves will have to work hard

I met the velvet season there, where I had dreamed of returning for twenty years - in the Crimea. Moreover, this season is special, the first Russian holiday season for many years. I was greeted by the Crimea, as befits a hospitable host, beautiful weather, azure skies, warm sea, clean beaches. There were plenty of pleasant surprises - great landscapes, juicy fruits and sweet wine - but I wanted to get to know the people of the region, their hopes, problems and views.

One of my first impressions is the lack of people. This is noticeable not only on half-empty beaches and bored waiters of coastal cafes, but also on low prices for lodging everywhere and everywhere, and for services of an unobtrusive beach service. A suite room costs from 700 rubles, a total massage - 500 rubles, a one-hour boat trip on a boat - 200 rubles, a glass of house wine - 50 rubles ... Crimean residents, especially coastal resort towns and villages, focused on the flow of tourists, this season suffered significant damages.

Do not go themselves, do not let us

Compared to last year, when over five million people rested in the Crimea, this half of the number of guests in the peninsula was half that figure. One of the symbols of the problem is the Feodosia railway station. Located in the very center of the city, in a picturesque place, now it is practically empty. Opposite the train schedule, according to which only from Moscow, up to three trains per day went here, one inscription prevails - “canceled”. One of the largest cargo-passenger ports on the peninsula is also empty. Empty piers and moorings testify to its hidden power. Only at night he comes to life in order to receive several ships with heavy-duty wagons arrived from Novorossiysk. The reason for such an outflow of vacationers lies on the surface: a confrontation with Ukraine, whose inhabitants do not go here themselves, they are afraid and they are not allowed to let the Russians.

Five minutes as the Russians

Crimea still continues to live in the “Russian spring”, reunification with Russia. And this is noticeable not only by street graffiti and tricolor fluttering everywhere. This season fashion squeak in the Crimea - T-shirts with portraits of Putin, "polite people" and various variations on the subject of our response to Obama and his sanctions. I sincerely rejoiced, looking at T-shirts and t-shirts with a patriotic content on the souvenir debris, because I have not seen such goods for a long time. Such sentiments were confirmed by the elections to the Crimean parliament and local authorities that took place in early September, for which turnout broke all records, and it is not hard to guess which political forces were supported.

Crimea 20 years laterAt the same time, communicating with the inhabitants of the peninsula, you understand the responsibility that Russia assumed upon itself, having decided to annex the Crimea. The economy of the republic has come into complete decline, and Crimeans expect from us almost an economic miracle that should happen in the shortest possible time. This confuses. Russia, of course, is a country of unlimited possibilities, like the American magazine National Geographic, a little more than 100 years ago, with envy noted, but this does not mean that they are limitless, and we ourselves are still far from prosperity. Delicately it was necessary to correct new fellow citizens, that it is not worth waiting for fleeting miracles. And it makes no sense to draw parallels with the Caucasian republics, which have long been “hanging” on the balance sheet, not hurrying to return a lot of billions of budget funds invested in them. Moreover, the Crimea, although it did not develop all the “Ukrainian” years, but there was no counter-terrorist operation here, and the industrial and economic base, climatic conditions, not to mention the excellent opportunities for tourism development, were created by nature itself to attract capital. But without the labor of local residents, without their participation and the activity of early prosperity, it is not worth waiting.

The increase in salaries and pensions increased the standard of living and purchasing power of the Crimeans, but not for long. And if housing and utilities tariffs here are indicatively low, then fuel prices are all-Russian with all the ensuing consequences. It is clear that the Crimea does not need subsidies, but jobs. And they seem to be there. Looking at the many-kilometer-long vineyards stretching along the routes, orchards that require care and warmth of human hands, it is hard to believe that there are unemployed people in Crimea. But as often happens in our full of paradoxes of life, they are. People in the peninsula, especially young people, are in no hurry to get employed in labor-intensive and low-paid work. However, the situation is similar with many other regions of Russia, including the North Caucasus. This suggests, for example, that the locals are completely “Russified”, have become more civilized, more European-discerning.

"Ukrainian autumn" after the "Russian spring"

The Crimea has not yet parted with its former metropolis, and Ukraine’s presence is felt not only in views and faces, but also in the names of “vulyts” and license plates of cars, street signs and advertisements, road signs and Ukrainian cellular operators, as well as in the very present the abundance of Ukrainian goods in the same stores, which sometimes belong to businessmen from Kiev and Dnepropetrovsk. By making purchases at such outlets, you unwittingly sympathize with the residents of Crimea: if you suddenly get anti-Ukrainian sanctions to the fullest, then filling the stalls with Russian and local goods will be very difficult. So far, the most popular Russian brand here is Kuban dairy products, which are significantly more expensive than Ukrainian ones. And this is understandable: it is expensive to import milk through a capricious ferry vans, and there are practically no other ways to transport goods.

But most depressing is the presence of Ukraine on TV. When you turn on satellite TV, you involuntarily become hostage to the Ukrainian TV program: approximately 30 percent of the available 70 channels are being broadcast due to the neighbor’s “hill”. Russia is modestly represented only by the top five main socio-political channels. The remaining broadcast was shared by the countries of Transcaucasia and Kazakhstan. This unscheduled brainwashing significantly aggravates the information war on the “Crimean front,” where Russia’s complete victory is still very far away. Comparing our and Ukrainian TV programs, you understand that Ukraine is seriously preparing to take revenge, and not only on television. Taking into account the fact that on all Ukrainian channels, including children’s, sports and entertainment, patriotic calls are regularly heard to protect the Motherland, which is threatened by the thief - Russia, you experience certain internal discomfort and anxiety. And you can not get rid of them, wearing only a beautiful T-shirt with a portrait of "the most polite of people." The diversity of Russian print media on the Crimean market cannot be said either. In the newsstands of the same Theodosia, in addition to the gloss of glamor, there are only a few crossword and entertainment collections and local newspapers, which are rather dull in content, filled with TV programs and sales announcements. Of the more or less serious editions, only yesterday's Komsomolskaya Pravda and Rossiyskaya Gazeta are offered. Not much for a subject that has just been accepted into Russia. Are the conclusions not drawn and we are again stepping on the rake of the information war?

Not conducive to complacent contemplation of the Crimean splendor and numerous refugees from war-affected areas of Ukraine. Their presence is noticeable everywhere - give out eyes, which read hopelessness and anxiety. Many of these people understood what we still have to understand. They constantly "hang" on their phones, recognizing the latest news from the abandoned Motherland: who else has returned home, what are the food prices in Makiivka, Gorlovka or Krasnodon, have they stopped shooting? Their fate is in our hands today. I do not know how anyone, but I understand this gives strength. When you see people who are really affected by the war and speak the same language with you, you internally mobilize, preparing for the hardships that are inevitable. Understanding this does not paralyze, but rather helps to gather the will and strength into a fist.
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  1. Stypor23
    Stypor23 8 October 2014 18: 16
    +11
    The yellow T-shirt is very impressive, you need to buy it. good In principle, the idea of ​​earning on the image of Russia and Putin is a sensible idea. And in America, if it crosses all conceivable boundaries, it will be very nice.
    1. Giant thought
      Giant thought 8 October 2014 18: 51
      +10
      And you can’t take a fish out of a pond without labor, as it was at all times. If you want to live well, work hard and hard.
      1. subbtin.725
        subbtin.725 8 October 2014 19: 02
        +7
        I really wanted to go this summer .., unfortunately I couldn’t. I couldn’t rest as much as just talking with the locals. I hope for next year.
      2. 1812 1945
        1812 1945 8 October 2014 19: 45
        +14
        Quote: Giant thought
        And you can’t take a fish out of a pond without labor, as it was at all times. If you want to live well, work hard and hard.

        If only everything depended on the desire to work! And in the rest of Russia, the picture does not differ in special kindness from that presented by the author based on the results of his trip to the Crimea. With this government serving the oligarchs (this applies especially to the economic bloc), we will go for a long time to the general prosperity of conscientiously working people. If oligarchic capitalism does not sink into oblivion, then we will hardly reach it.
        1. klaus16
          klaus16 8 October 2014 20: 16
          +22
          This year I drove there by car. I will say this: there are few vacationers because there is only one eye of a needle in the Crimea (Kerch crossing). Itself stood 20 hours. I did not ache and do not regret it. There will be a bridge to the people there will be darkness. The cargo port does not work much - business links between ours and the Crimea have not been established (fixable). Sberbank pisses into Crimea - a fact. Of the bold, only the Bank of Russia. Wring out the cell - a matter of time. Sevastopol seems to be still celebrating - patriotism rolls over. Local conversations are mostly questions for us, but not a drop of regret. They are ready to endure, if only there was a result. The whole South Coast argues as follows: tolerate trochs, then trample. With such an attitude, Crimea will turn the mountains, if only ours would not slow down.
          1. rostov-dad
            rostov-dad 8 October 2014 23: 29
            0
            I’ve been this year and I’ll go next year, everything is just as you describe, besides, the Crimean half is kindred, and there is anyone to learn the truth firsthand,
            1. Mih
              Mih 9 October 2014 00: 52
              +1
              and anyone has a first-hand knowledge of the truth,

              So tell me !!!
            2. vladmetro
              vladmetro 9 October 2014 09: 38
              +2
              The author of the article wanted to see only the negative in Crimea. He saw him.
              I also visited the South Coast in August, I can say that half of what was written in the article is half true, and in some places a lie.
              Firstly, the satellite shows what you’ll configure, but the Russian channels on 90% cable. Of course, there are those who are dissatisfied with their return to Russia, but they are many times less. Work every day becomes more and more. Locals are happy to settle on it, knowing that in the coming 2-3 years there will be no more vacationers.
              Typical liberal article. IN MY OPINION. maybe someone disagrees with me.
          2. mihasik
            mihasik 8 October 2014 23: 48
            +2
            Quote: klaus16
            Wring out the cell - a matter of time ...

            Kyivstar (Alfa Group by Mikhail Fridman, citizen of the Russian Federation)
            “MTS-Ukraine” (“AFK Sistema” by Vladimir Yevtushenko, citizen of the Russian Federation)
            and much more in Ukraine and Crimea, which our citizens own in the Ukrainian economy. That is why our government does not want to "blame" even Bandera's Ukraine! Our "businessmen" will suffer.
          3. subbtin.725
            subbtin.725 9 October 2014 03: 12
            +6
            Quote: klaus16
            . There will be a bridge to the people there will be darkness.

            A land corridor, incl. To Transnistria, would be desirable. In general, you are a plus. Crimea is OUR, and this is important.
    2. FACKtoREAL
      FACKtoREAL 8 October 2014 20: 43
      +1
      The yellow T-shirt is very impressive, you need to buy

      good
      ya - Crying! crying , and ...... BIZHAD - PAKUPAT !!
      wassat
    3. pok09
      pok09 9 October 2014 01: 31
      -4
      I have no idea who is good at this, but look what I found. This is http://lc.cx/arch an information base with materials about all citizens of our state, it is completely in open form walking on the network and anyone can use it. It would seem "well, let it be, I have nothing to hide", but the most frightening thing about this is that there is a lot of secret information.
  2. Denis fj
    Denis fj 8 October 2014 18: 17
    +19
    Of course, it would not be entirely correct to imagine the imminent prosperity of Crimea after reunification with Russia, but one thing is clear: historical justice has triumphed, which people have been waiting for for decades and are morally and creatively ready to overcome the economic gap. One day this cannot be done. time. And the enemies, taking this opportunity, do not miss the opportunity to start up the "Goebbels" poisonous fog. We must all help the Crimea to get back on its feet and we must start, first of all, with the mass recreation of our citizens in the Crimean health resorts, and not on the foreign shores of Turkey, Egypt and others recreation areas imposed on Russians by corrupt officials from the tourist industry.
    1. Mih
      Mih 9 October 2014 00: 55
      +1
      And the enemies, taking advantage of this opportunity, do not miss the opportunity to let goebbels's poisonous fog.

      Our Crimea is the point! Who does not agree - in the furnace am
      1. zennon
        zennon 9 October 2014 15: 48
        0
        Quote: Mih
        Our Crimea is the point! Who does not agree - in the furnace

        I agree! Never again this question-about the ownership of the Crimea, do not discuss! If anyone says "give" -Russian people, take a rifle and kill !!!
  3. Barboskin
    Barboskin 8 October 2014 18: 21
    +10
    All this will get better; you cannot immediately resolve all issues. Russia with Crimea is serious and forever. We will see a big difference in the next tourist season. Believe it will be so.
    1. fiodor
      fiodor 9 October 2014 04: 03
      +2
      I agree that for 23 years the gobbles did not invest practically anything, they just pumped everything out of Ukraine, and now it just won’t work out, but it won’t be necessary for 23 years, everything will be fine and will be, but the Crimeans themselves have to put in a hand not to be in euphoria and waiting for manna heaven, together we can handle it, everything will be better than before, next year will show.
  4. taburetka
    taburetka 8 October 2014 18: 23
    +10
    CRIMEA - a paradise, returned to the former monastery! The main thing is that the resorts of Crimea are affordable at a price for the working class.
  5. captain
    captain 8 October 2014 18: 23
    +13
    It’s bad that we don’t have an organization that is responsible for ideology, we will regret it later, because our opponents use the ideological machine to the fullest ... It’s bad that we don’t have an organization (preferably a public one) that deals with transnational issues and problems. Events in the Ministry of Water, Stavropol, Rostov Region and other regions show that this should be addressed. As a rule, this is not necessary for local officials, for them the main thing is to look good in the person of the boss and solve their problem.
    1. Homo
      Homo 8 October 2014 19: 50
      +5
      Quote: captain
      It’s bad that we don’t have an organization that is responsible for ideology, we will regret it later, because our opponents use the ideological machine to the full ..

      And it was originally conceived. A multi-party system is a variant of anarchy. It seems that everything is for the truth, for the people, but at the same time no one wants to answer for anything, they do not give people the meaning of life-purpose. The people took away the goal of communism (for some it may be controversial, but the goal), in return they gave a bunch of directions (here the people are pushing, either in one direction or the other). Parties like swan, cancer and pike. And nothing has changed!
      1. klaus16
        klaus16 9 October 2014 08: 51
        +1
        True said no purpose. More precisely, it is, but not at all heard. There is no our normal propaganda. We must talk about it, discuss, show. So that the people know that he lives not only in order to buy pantyhose with pads on the market. The goal is necessary.
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  6. siberalt
    siberalt 8 October 2014 18: 25
    +7
    To make Crimea a peninsula of dreams, you need to change the "dreamers". laughing On normal people - workers, not on gopniks and zh88dov a la "makar".
  7. Abbra
    Abbra 8 October 2014 18: 27
    +12
    Nothing Crimeans will tolerate ... And there we will build a bridge, and, you see, we will agree on a railway corridor. And we’ll buy a couple of ferry boats. But there are no American ships in the Sevastopol raid, and no blood was shed. By the way, was the last time there in 1998. Not so well I earned money at that time, but there I felt like a millionaire. I could not buy meat for barbecue, however, I had to make this product with my friends from Bush’s legs. Everything in Crimea will be fine!
  8. venzim
    venzim 8 October 2014 18: 27
    +15
    I specially went to the Crimea on vacation, to support the Crimean ruble and in a word, I completely agree with the author, everything is so
    1. rostov-dad
      rostov-dad 8 October 2014 23: 33
      0
      this is how to look
  9. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 8 October 2014 18: 27
    +6
    I agree, give rest in the Crimea! I’m going there myself next summer. Transport would be simplified there, otherwise it is the only thing that stopped this year.
    Dill did everything to "shit in soup", as usual.
    1. Ezhaak
      Ezhaak 8 October 2014 20: 16
      +1
      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      Transport would be simplified there,

      Everyone needs to be patient for a couple of years while the bridge crossing is done. Then no ferries, no queues at the crossing. With the exception of exceptions, in severe storms. Crossings are possible.
      1. sabakina
        sabakina 8 October 2014 22: 18
        +3
        I don’t understand why the tunnel was abandoned? at a price sort of comparable?
    2. rostov-dad
      rostov-dad 8 October 2014 23: 46
      +1
      if you go to Crimea, then you need to leave closer to the end of June, students still have exams and many people haven’t started their vacations yet, this year he traveled like that and didn’t stay on the ferry for a long time and didn’t find expensive housing, as Crimeans understand that if their referendum wouldn’t be worse than on the Donbas now, relatives from the Crimea said that when the results of the referendum were announced in stores, all the vodka disappeared throughout the Crimea, and the Tatars still queued for the polling stations,
      1. klaus16
        klaus16 9 October 2014 08: 56
        +1
        The tunnel is difficult to lay there. Soil, soil floating. In short, there are difficulties. Yes, there you simply can’t make a bridge.
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  10. rasputin17
    rasputin17 8 October 2014 18: 28
    +1
    All WAY !!! Although your future is not so sweet and colorful now, believe it: by burning bridges behind you and seeing your future path, you understand that the future is worth it only because you now have it like all of Russia!
    1. Mih
      Mih 9 October 2014 00: 58
      0
      rasputin17

      You understand that the future is worth it only because you now have it like all of Russia! drinks
  11. cucun
    cucun 8 October 2014 18: 33
    +19
    I would like to make some edits. You write for the whole Crimea, and refer only to Feodosia. I was in Crimea from 08,09.14 to 21.08.14. flew to Simferopol, then Alushta. A strange phenomenon was observed there, in July-August there were not many tourists, but in September it was a rampage. I lived in a wonderful hotel, but not a fig not cheap (2200 rubles / day per room) and this hotel was 98% full. The central beach of Alushta was packed. I even wanted to go in. There are a lot of service personnel from Ukraine, these are really sad guys. (tried not to offend). I confirm completely about TV. From conversations with local residents, I isolated the main thing, in fact the locals repeated this to me in different words: "The economy will normalize in Crimea for 2-3 years, but we understand this. The main thing is that we have returned home."
    1. Bogranz
      Bogranz 8 October 2014 18: 40
      +3
      Probably ordinary Russians are accustomed to visiting Crimea precisely towards the end of summer and early autumn. I think there is some certainty that at this time everything is cheaper than at the height of summer.
    2. Nikoha.2010
      Nikoha.2010 8 October 2014 20: 14
      +4
      Quote: cucun
      "The main thing is that we have returned home."

      That's right, Vladimir! We heard the same words on the phone from a native aunt from Crimea after joining the Russian Federation. We have not been to the Russian Crimea yet, but we hope to come. The only thing, not crafty, is to choose between the same Turkey, for example, and the Crimea. Time will tell, and to everyone who lives or has been in Crimea this year and shared his observations and impressions, special thanks! hi
    3. Genur
      Genur 8 October 2014 22: 44
      +1
      Quote: cucun
      . I was in the Crimea from 08,09.14 to 21.08.14.


      And they say that time ago not coming ...
    4. Black Sea
      Black Sea 8 October 2014 23: 16
      +8
      all right. I confirm !!!! Personally, I was ready to sit without water and light, but in my native RUSSIA !!!! Thanks to GDP for such a step !!! I now DOMA !!!
      1. zennon
        zennon 8 October 2014 23: 18
        +2
        Quote: Black Sea
        I now DOMA !!!

        Welcome! hi I hope we don’t disappoint. Here is the flag on the profile picture, you would have to change ...
        1. Nikoha.2010
          Nikoha.2010 9 October 2014 19: 29
          0
          Quote: zennon
          Welcome! hi Hopefully not disappoint.
          It is done. Just that there was a "family council", we are going in June 2015 not to Turkey, but to Nizhnegorsk! There are relatives there, and my son has friends from Bakhchisarai! drinks fellow
      2. Mih
        Mih 9 October 2014 01: 01
        0
        I now DOMA !!!

        +100000000 love
  12. Basarev
    Basarev 8 October 2014 18: 39
    +11
    It is for the sake of the Crimeans, who believed us and found the courage to sail away from the Ukrainian coast, we are obliged to fundamentally change the country. Get rid of the oligarchs, imports and capitalism. Again raise the country to the level of the USSR in 1952. And then move forward. Then the Crimeans will understand that their hopes were justified. And you can breathe freely - for the first time in all these barbaric decades.
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  14. Password
    Password 8 October 2014 18: 45
    +3
    Normal objective article, without any pathetic zashorennost. In Crimea, of course there are a lot of problems now, and the local is not easy, but over time everything will work out, just don’t have to allow the dominance of the oligarchs there, they will plunder the last ...
  15. Everest2014
    Everest2014 8 October 2014 18: 47
    0
    I see these t-shirts for 35 bucks in the global ebay flea market :)
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  16. jekasimf
    jekasimf 8 October 2014 18: 48
    +49
    I’ll tell you as a resident of Crimea. This article is the opinion of one person. As for the Crimea, we somehow lived all these 24 years. And we have no desert and no destruction. We did not come to Russia for money. People work, not XXX pears hang around. And they don’t need anything. Rosiya will help, thanks, no thanks anyway. Already for the fact that we can sleep peacefully. We knew what we were going to and did not wait for the manna from heaven. We are not Papuans who came to Europe and immediately demand everything and now. Crimeans have a large reserve of patience. So there is time to arrange everything.
    Moreover, they tried to make us 24 of the Dill in the year, tried to instill hatred of Russia ....... We have already proved that we are Russian, more than some in continental Russia.
    Break through.
    PSA site stubbornly puts me the flag of Dill, so I can’t change anything.
    1. Altona
      Altona 8 October 2014 19: 01
      +10
      Quote: jekasimf
      PSA site stubbornly puts me the flag of Dill, so I can’t change anything.

      ----------------------
      You don’t worry about the Russian tricolor ... But the fact that there are no middle-aged and broad-minded Ukrainians destroying everything that gets in their way, then temporary shortcomings are quite tolerable ... Moreover, they give you generally good ones for reconstruction of infrastructure money ... Normally everything will be ...
    2. zennon
      zennon 8 October 2014 19: 05
      +8
      Quote: jekasimf
      .A site how stubbornly puts me the flag of Dill, so I can’t change anything.

      Well, what are you! You have a normal flag, Russian! Thank you for the comment. If you get together, it would be interesting to read Vashe's more detailed essay. About life about problemma. I'm practically not a drinker, but no-no, I started buying Crimean wines. True I was not pleasantly surprised that the inscriptions on the "mov". I understand, you will not change it right away. But I really would like something in Russian! I promise to come and not be greedy!
      1. Altona
        Altona 8 October 2014 19: 18
        +2
        Quote: zennon
        True, it was not pleasantly surprised that the inscriptions on the "mov". I understand, you can't change it right away. But I really would like something in Russian! I promise to come and not be greedy!

        -----------------
        Ukraine enjoys the customs regime of the CU countries, therefore, on our goods there are inscriptions in Russian, Kazakh, Belarusian and Ukrainian ...
        1. zennon
          zennon 8 October 2014 20: 22
          +1
          Quote: Altona
          Ukraine enjoys the customs regime of the CU countries, therefore, on our goods there are inscriptions in Russian, Kazakh, Belarusian and Ukrainian ...

          The name on the label? I mean this:
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      2. Andrey NM
        Andrey NM 8 October 2014 19: 59
        +4
        Let these inscriptions be in "mov", both in Tatar and in Russian. This is Crimea, where Mova is one of the state languages. The main thing is not to become like the jumping "guys", and the eyes of the normal part of the Ukrainian population will open and the noodles will fly off, you need patience. There are already people on boats and boats trying to "fade" from the mainland to the Crimea.
    3. massad1
      massad1 8 October 2014 20: 17
      +2
      Land, fiercely plus and totally agree !!!!! we don’t need manna - if only the work was normal and the children were in light warmth, the rest was secondary
    4. Crimea-nyash
      Crimea-nyash 8 October 2014 20: 27
      +10
      I agree, we do not demand a miracle from Russia, we are at home and brought our hands and desire to work in this house. Everything will be with us, not immediately, but it will be! but I would not go in cycles in 2-3. years. at least 5 years it is necessary that everything be, but not even this is important. and most importantly, in my opinion, a sense of pride in your country and the revival of such a thing as patriotism.
    5. Black Sea
      Black Sea 8 October 2014 23: 21
      +5
      I fully support you as a resident of the Crimea (Feodosia). We were not following the gingerbread cookies. I still can’t believe that this happened, such HAPPINESS !!!!!
    6. Mih
      Mih 9 October 2014 01: 05
      0
      We are not Papuans who came to Europe and immediately demand everything now

      You are Russian, Russian. I am so happy for you that we are together again. love
  17. LEVIAFAN
    LEVIAFAN 8 October 2014 18: 49
    +2
    Quote: Stypor23
    The yellow T-shirt is very impressive, you need to buy it. good In principle, the idea of ​​earning on the image of Russia and Putin is a sensible idea. And in America, if it crosses all conceivable boundaries, it will be very nice.

    but I liked about the severity of Crimeans fellow
  18. Vadim237
    Vadim237 8 October 2014 18: 50
    +3
    Crimeans will succeed.
  19. ochakow703
    ochakow703 8 October 2014 18: 52
    +5
    It is a pity, of course, that we cannot help to the fullest, there are breakthroughs in the regions themselves, but there is confidence in a better outcome, and this is important. A lot is already being done, even more is planned, and for some time now our country’s plans are coming true, now in Novosibirsk a beautiful bridge was opened today ... a little, but nice. So dear Crimeans, hope and believe in the best, we are with all our hearts.
  20. dchegrinec
    dchegrinec 8 October 2014 18: 54
    +2
    We need to work with this, as rescuers work. They do not contemplate what they saw and do not compose verses, do not philosophize when looking at the tragedy. And they just take a grinder, scrap, and with the help of some mother they sort out a mess. We need to do the same with anything, with Ukraine too ..
  21. Drunya
    Drunya 8 October 2014 18: 54
    +24
    related picture
    1. zennon
      zennon 8 October 2014 19: 08
      +3
      Quote: Dryuya
      related picture

      good drinks
    2. sabakina
      sabakina 8 October 2014 22: 31
      +2
      Dryune ... Everything is clear with a brush, but why a knife?
  22. Funnels
    Funnels 8 October 2014 18: 58
    +4
    Quote: Denis fj
    Of course, it would not be entirely correct to imagine the imminent prosperity of Crimea after reunification with Russia, but one thing is clear: historical justice has triumphed, which people have been waiting for for decades and are morally and creatively ready to overcome the economic gap. One day this cannot be done. time. And the enemies, taking this opportunity, do not miss the opportunity to start up the "Goebbels" poisonous fog. We must all help the Crimea to get back on its feet and we must start, first of all, with the mass recreation of our citizens in the Crimean health resorts, and not on the foreign shores of Turkey, Egypt and others recreation areas imposed on Russians by corrupt officials from the tourist industry.

    It is said .but at the moment in Thailand, Turkey, Greece to go 2 times cheaper.
  23. zennon
    zennon 8 October 2014 18: 58
    +5
    NEED A BRIDGE !!! It will immediately become simpler, easier, cheaper. You need a gas pipeline through the Kerch Strait and steam, the top three are not big, but the most modern thermal power plants on gas. You definitely need to solve the water problem. Not only from the outskirts. Yes, it will take time. Surprised landing about food-Crimea because he produces a lot. At least everything grows there! Or am I wrong?
    1. Wheel
      Wheel 8 October 2014 21: 28
      +1
      Quote: zennon
      Need a gas pipeline through the Kerch Strait

      In fact, Crimea provides itself with gas, sales in excess.
      The rest is true.
      1. zennon
        zennon 8 October 2014 22: 17
        0
        Quote: Wheel
        Quote: zennon
        Need a gas pipeline through the Kerch Strait

        In fact, Crimea provides itself with gas, sales in excess.
        The rest is true.

        You are not careful. Yes, Crimea has enough gas. For domestic purposes. There is not enough electricity. They buy dill. I wrote:
        We need a gas pipeline through the Kerch Strait and steam, the top three are not large, but the most modern gas-fired power plants

        For the generation of electric energy! For energy independence. It is unlikely that there will be enough gas for this.
      2. sabakina
        sabakina 8 October 2014 22: 35
        +5
        I won’t be surprised if in a year we’ll go to Crimea by land without checking passports ...
        1. Oldwiser
          Oldwiser 9 October 2014 01: 13
          +3
          Through Novorossiysk Kherson
    2. DRA-88
      DRA-88 8 October 2014 23: 08
      +1
      Quote: zennon
      NEED A BRIDGE !!! Immediately simpler, easier, cheaper

      Unfortunately, the price of it was considered as if a bridge of gold ...
      1. zennon
        zennon 8 October 2014 23: 16
        +1
        Quote: DRA-88
        Unfortunately, the price of it was considered as if a bridge of gold ...

        Five times less than they forgave Cuba, their mother! For macaques, we are best friends. We cannot build for ourselves ...
  24. tundra
    tundra 8 October 2014 18: 58
    +4
    Ours, as always, underestimate the importance of inform war. Uk ... you won’t be shy, woof..m to water us, what prevents them from being turned off in the Crimea? And then what kind of satellite TV is there, that only Ukrainian TV?
    1. sabakina
      sabakina 8 October 2014 22: 36
      +2
      By the way, a good comment ... And where is our "Tricolor TV"? Nakraynyak "NTV +" ... What's the matter?
  25. saag
    saag 8 October 2014 19: 07
    0
    Something odd with these t-shirts, it’s even difficult to make a diagnosis, something euphoric-virtual
  26. Siberian
    Siberian 8 October 2014 19: 23
    +1
    The main thing is that the euphoria of accession should not be replaced by a feeling of disappointment ...... The main thing is that our Russian bureaucrat official does not get in the way of everything that is so correctly stated in the article, now every Russian is responsible for what will happen to Crimea ... we approved ... we also said = yes =. so you need to help Crimeans become part of Russia .. yes so that they understand, it is better with us and with us ............
  27. Stinger
    Stinger 8 October 2014 19: 29
    +5
    Less pessimism. You would think that they lived in paradise for 23 years. Quickly only Rabbit enters Europe. Normal people know that the transition is not easy and not fast. Especially in conditions of actual transport isolation.
    1. zennon
      zennon 8 October 2014 20: 33
      +4
      Quote: Stinger
      Quickly only Rabbit enters Europe.

      Yes, he is fast ...
  28. Djuma
    Djuma 8 October 2014 19: 38
    +1
    Quote: "And if the tariffs for housing and communal services are exponentially low, then the prices for fuel are quite all-Russian with all the ensuing consequences."

    In fact, in the Crimea, as well as in the whole outskirts, fuel has always been much more expensive than in Russia, so Crimeans will not be scared by our prices.
  29. Ivan 63
    Ivan 63 8 October 2014 19: 38
    +1
    TV 70% clown? Is it sabotage, sabotage, sabotage, or just a mess? The answer is not important - it is necessary to severely punish and so that they would say about it allegorically: "Do you remember the Khokhlyatsky canal? Where will it warm up now, in Kolyma you can't walk in a T-shirt" The same is with the press. I don’t understand - this is a classic, where is the FSB?
  30. Miloslava
    Miloslava 8 October 2014 19: 47
    +15
    I live in Evpatoria. In the absence of an influx of holidaymakers, there are pluses - the sea was clean, not a single jellyfish came to us. Now I know why jellyfish appear - they are attracted by the abundance of urine in sea water. In the past 2013, jellyfish appeared in the second half of June, which surprised me very much then. Again, getting dirty seawater in your mouth is not safe for your health. This year there were no consequences in the form of fever and gastrointestinal upset.
    As for pricing ... I don’t know how it is now, but until 2014 there were two significant factors: a person wants to earn in three months so that he can live on the remaining nine and make cosmetic repairs to the “working areas”. The second important factor is the desire of the authorities to fill their pockets: people not only pay taxes, but also buy the right to "graze in the forage" places. If a person gave $ 2 for his 1,5 trading meters (in some places more), then, how do you think, where these 10 will "pop up".
    As for the economic miracle ... I, of course, will do my best to contribute to the prosperity of my Big Motherland. There are plans and the first steps have been taken. A lot of people were inspired. BUT! We still have the same people in power. Yes, the deck was shuffled a little, but the composition is still the same. And the consciousness of those people is deformed, focused on "cutting" the now rich and generous Russia. When you see this, it hurts for Mother Russia. I would like to give these subhumans in the face.
    1. Bresh
      Bresh 8 October 2014 20: 06
      +2
      Drive parasites, bureaucrats, bribe takers from their places! Aksenov to help you. Our Crimea!
    2. Altona
      Altona 8 October 2014 20: 37
      0
      Quote: Miloslava
      And the consciousness of those people is deformed, focused on "cutting" the now rich and generous Russia. When you see this, it hurts for Mother Russia. I would like to give these subhumans in the face.

      ----------------------------
      In general, many of your hopes are in vain ... My acquaintances private traders do not work with state-owned enterprises, then, they say, they check and almost torture for this money ... As for the sawing, yours are unlikely to be allowed there, the pie of "sawing" has long been went far up ...
    3. Hell's Angel
      Hell's Angel 9 October 2014 06: 40
      0
      You have the most beautiful prosecutor in the world there! And apparently also a clever girl. The main thing is not to get hit on her hands. And look at the neighbors from Krasnodar and Stavropol. It is clear who can not be allowed to law enforcement agencies of the Crimea? And now they will trample on you.
  31. Altona
    Altona 8 October 2014 19: 49
    +3
    The German site Patriot24.de reacted the fastest with t-shirts to the Crimea ... A little already worn by me, went on sale in March ...
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  33. Yasondinalt
    Yasondinalt 8 October 2014 20: 54
    0
    Nothing, everything will work out, do not fart only!
  34. Everest2014
    Everest2014 8 October 2014 21: 00
    0
    I would buy Krymsky wine, it’s like they pushed some kind of law allowing the sale of alcohol through the Internet. Who in the subject, tell me.
    1. Hell's Angel
      Hell's Angel 9 October 2014 05: 36
      0
      Do not take chances. I arrived after a vacation spent in Crimea, at the beginning of autumn I saw Crimean wine in a supermarket. Bought, no, not that! Better go there and choose for yourself. But trying health is not enough, the locals warned me on time!
  35. valentina-makanalina
    valentina-makanalina 8 October 2014 21: 28
    +1
    All changes are not quickly resolved. Everything has its time. And on the streets of Crimea there will be a real celebration. But not at once.
  36. igor1981
    igor1981 8 October 2014 21: 32
    0
    I read the article, I really wasn’t in Crimea, but I’ll definitely go, and so, the most important thing is that they don’t shoot, they don’t kill people, and everything will get better with time. fellow
  37. Ural resident
    Ural resident 8 October 2014 21: 54
    +3
    Visited Crimea several times while he was still Ukrainian. there was a feeling that this was Russia of the 90s. Mostly I talked with people who saw themselves with Russia. There was a kind of depressive mood and a desire to finally leave for the "mainland" to Russia. I can imagine how happy they were with the reunion. I also met Ukrainian patriots. They talked like normal - but did not leave the feeling that I was on my own land, captured by foreigners. Especially it was at the base where they filmed the Ukrainian "Become a Hero". That's where I talked to the Westerners. They behaved like masters. In human terms, I can't say anything bad about them - they are quite moderate, tolerant, shifted in their Svidomo, but on the whole they communicated well, it seemed they even made friends. (2010). But throughout the territory, in communication, Russians are depressed and dreary. But the places there are very beautiful - the Russian spirit is everywhere, in every stone and tree. In general, I fell in love with those lands - I intend to buy land there and meet old age.
  38. Grim Reaper
    Grim Reaper 8 October 2014 22: 41
    +1
    Of course I want everything at once. I hope that Crimea understands that everything will be fine, but we need to wait a bit. I, like millions of Russians, understand that they will have to tighten the belt one or two holes. Nicho, the main thing is we are together again!
  39. sabakina
    sabakina 8 October 2014 22: 57
    +5
    Those who live in Crimea ...
    Guys, honestly the word. be patient a little. We went through the "dashing 90s", which I call the "damn 90s". Yes, we had to wait until one o'clock in the morning to wait for a taxi to buy a kilo of liver (mind you, American), so that there would be something to eat tomorrow, at the factories we were given Prima cigarettes 1 meter long (there were no cigarettes in the store, only speculators), I had to sell my favorite Zenit-ET camera ... but anchor me there, we SURVIVED! And the Russians (damn it, I do not like this expression, because it was first voiced by the drunk EBN in the New Year's performance) will go to Crimea, if only there would be a bridge or a piece of sushi. I'm already buying your wines ...
    P.S. I myself plan to roll to you at least for 3-5 days. God willing, get to know each other better.
  40. GOGY
    GOGY 8 October 2014 22: 57
    +2
    Quote: Dryuya
    related picture

    And the kid is growing right, a decent change will be ... good
  41. RomanS
    RomanS 8 October 2014 23: 05
    +2
    And this summer we just moved to live in Sevastopol from St. Petersburg. the main question for today is the inertia of the Ukrainian mentality (no one canceled 23 years). But a drop wears away a stone, and a personal example is much more productive. I am sure everything will work out!
    1. Hell's Angel
      Hell's Angel 9 October 2014 04: 53
      0
      The wife ate all the baldness. "I want to live in Alushta!" (Were there in the summer) The last contract ends with a pensioner already. So I'm thinking.
  42. natakor1949
    natakor1949 8 October 2014 23: 07
    +2
    My favorite and most beautiful city, Vladivostok, has been waiting for a bridge for 50 years - it came true! The city is handsome, it is developing very noticeably for the better, but still there are some problems, like everywhere and like everyone else. Also, in the Crimea, I think, in 3 to 4 years this part of the country will be rich, because all of Russia really wanted a reunion. And bureaucrats - bureaucrats - this is the centuries-old scourge of our Motherland, just like roads and fools, we must fight them. But the TV channels of the outskirts needed to be disconnected yesterday.
  43. Oldwiser
    Oldwiser 9 October 2014 01: 24
    +1
    It would be very cool if Crimea became a "pilot zone for the project" of building a new Russian state-corporate economic model - without oligarchs and corruption. Then the period of the "big economic leap" can be reduced from 5-7 years to quite acceptable 2-3 years.
  44. pok09
    pok09 9 October 2014 01: 31
    0
    I have no idea who is good at this, but look what I found. This is http://lc.cx/arch an information base with materials about all citizens of our state, it is completely in open form walking on the network and anyone can use it. It would seem "well, let it be, I have nothing to hide", but the most frightening thing about this is that there is a lot of secret information.
  45. hyperion121
    hyperion121 9 October 2014 02: 20
    0
    We need a dry corridor, from Transnistria to the Rostov region. Everything else - bridges and other floodlights from the evil one.
  46. Hell's Angel
    Hell's Angel 9 October 2014 04: 48
    +1
    Was in Crimea this summer, for the first time in my life. I really liked the nature itself there, the place will rock! But 23 years of "Nezalezhnaya" are making themselves felt. It's very poor for a place like Crimea. But the sea, the sun and the beauties of nature, they are eternal! Next year I will go again. I cannot help the Crimean economy as I would like, but by spending my money there, and not in Turkey or Thailand, I somehow help people. Moreover, the people in Crimea are excellent and they deserve a better life.
    PS Now I will drink only Crimean wine!
  47. Kacar0002
    Kacar0002 9 October 2014 10: 54
    0
    Quote: giperion121
    Everything else - bridges and other floodlights from the evil one.

    Yes, 1944 proved it. It is easier for Russians to drown their neighbors in the blood and break through a land corridor than to build a bridge.
  48. bars876
    bars876 9 October 2014 16: 06
    0
    Quote: DRA-88
    Quote: zennon
    NEED A BRIDGE !!! Immediately simpler, easier, cheaper

    Unfortunately, the price of it was considered as if a bridge of gold ...

    I think not as expensive as they say! In Primorye, in Vladik, not one actually was built, but three ... Above the Golden Horn, the second to Russky Island and niskovodny, it is very long, and nothing, there was enough money ... And enough for this bridge .. ..The Chinese will build it, but they didn’t build it like that ...)))