Analytical program "However" with Mikhail Leontyev, 08 August 2011




On the eve of this third anniversary of the August war, the United States Senate unanimously - I emphasize! - without the slightest distinction between the democratic majority and the republican minority - adopted a resolution demanding the withdrawal of Russian troops from the occupied Georgian territories. This is actually a consensus, to put it mildly, unfriendly towards Russia. And this, by the way, is useful information on the part of all "reboots" there.

On the night of August 7-8, 2008, from the Georgian villages of Nikozi and Ergneti, shelling of the South Ossetian villages and the capital of Tskhinval from large-caliber Grad guns and installations began. Then the assault of Tskhinval followed by infantry and tanks. Georgia officially announced the start of a military operation. From 9 a.m. Georgian troops began shelling Russian peacekeepers and at half past nine on August 8, Georgian media announced the capture of Tskhinval. At 11 o’clock in the morning, Saakashvili, in an appeal to the nation, said that Georgian forces opened fire and launched an attack in response to the shelling of the separatists, and that at the moment "most of South Ossetia has been freed and is under the control of Georgian security forces.

Three years ago, Russia fulfilled its debt, its international obligations - not a millimeter more. We ensured that interethnic conflict will not be resolved by force. We warned the Georgian authorities and their owners that we would be forced to intervene if Georgia decides to do so. We guaranteed the survival of the peoples of South Ossetia and Abkhazia. If Russia refused to fulfill its obligations publicly assumed, it would cease to exist as a subject of world politics. Everything that was done then, in August, and all subsequent actions were only the only possible way to guarantee the fulfillment of our commitments.

Initially, 2 was told about the thousands of dead residents of South Ossetia. The UPC Commission of Russia documented the death of 162 civilians and 255 injured. However, even the American "Business Week", citing human rights advocates from Human Rights Watch, wrote about 300-400 civilian casualties in South Ossetia. The 10 border South Ossetian villages were completely wiped out. In Tskhinval about half of the housing stock was damaged and destroyed.

A new film by Janik Fayziev "August 8" is still underway. This is not a propaganda film and no response to the failed American blockbuster, shot by order of Saakashvili and the State Department money.

As a certain David Imedashvili, author of the 5 Days of War project, shot by American director Reni Harlin, told the Time magazine, "such projects are a rare chance to give change to their northern neighbor."

We are not going to give anything to anyone. We are not going to propagandize Americans because they are participants of that war. They guided, covered, helped. Up to target designation from their satellites. And 3 of the year is enough time for propaganda and counter-propaganda to stop and this truth has been known to everyone who was ready to know the truth. And the film of Janik Fayziev is a film about human feelings, this is a film about love. Because it's time to comprehend the events of August 2008 th historically and humanly.
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  1. datur 10 August 2011 13: 41 New
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    I watched this masterpiece - 5 days in August, a rare bullshit in every way. So Mishiko threw money away.
  2. spok
    spok 10 August 2011 13: 51 New
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    usa need war
  3. AlexiusKit 10 August 2011 14: 49 New
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    The campaign is not just a war, but directly a war with Russia ...
  4. svvaulsh
    svvaulsh 10 August 2011 15: 06 New
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    And here I looked at the TVC documentary, "120 hours of war." Recommend.
  5. atheist
    atheist 10 August 2011 16: 45 New
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    America doesn’t need a war, it doesn’t have money, and if it needs something total, with the seizure of gold and currency funds and all that can be paid off with debts
    but who needs war, so this is China or India, they have nowhere to go
    1. Leisure 23 March 2012 09: 01 New
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      Yes you are good, no money. Print as needed.
  6. Sorry 10 August 2011 20: 31 New
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    In some Soviet year, South Ossetia became part of the Georgian SSR to make it easier to manage, purely administrative. Abkhazia we need as access to the sea. After Saakashvili expelled some hereditary prince from Adzharia, a threat loomed over freedom South Ossetia and Abkhazia. We immediately launched a campaign to issue Russian passports in these republics. We introduced peacekeepers. In fact, it turns out that these territories of Georgia, while Saakashvili acted like we in Chechnya, are also in defense of the constitution. These republics are recognized by the world community as will not be able, because many have such problems. For example: France-Corsica; Spain-Basques; China-Taiwan and Tibet; the problem of Kurds in Turkey, Iraq, Iran. But Russia needs a strong army and navy, today there are only enemies around. One Belarus is with us with our souls, and we are trying to give it to the oligarchs to be torn to pieces.
    1. svvaulsh
      svvaulsh 10 August 2011 20: 35 New
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      Monologue, however! smile
    2. esaul 10 August 2011 20: 59 New
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      That is, South Ossetia (according to your logic) is originally Georgian territory? You, a boy, smoked something or swallowed, handsome ... "You did not scruffy compare Georgia with France, Spain and China. It remains for Mishiko to stick an ala-Hitler antennae and put a cocked hat on his skull, like in a BUONOPARTY. and a tie, of course, to keep, so as not to swell from hunger.
      1. PSih2097 13 August 2011 00: 34 New
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        1922 enlarged Georgia ... but if you look, Ukraine should exist in the eastern regions (wild field). if it is about the ancestral territories, about the Baltic states and Finland I am generally silent ...
  7. Sorry 10 August 2011 21: 10 New
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    Where did you read that South Ossetia is originally Georgian? I say that it was part of the Georgian SSR by the will of the then Soviet leadership, and therefore part of the real Georgia. What can you do about this? But there will be Saakashvili, what will we leave this question? Who today recognized them as independent states? But a lot of time has passed.
    1. esaul 10 August 2011 21: 24 New
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      Simply, such a statement of the fact of recent history (by the standards of HISTORY itself), without continuing, as it were, cuts off the right of these republics to speak of self-determination. And before the "entry by will" they did not exist? And, as regards gratitude, the Japanas still consider the Kuril Islands to be their own, and Rosiii is neither cold nor hot from this. Gas with oil is in demand by Kamakazi, the market for the sale of their products is vast (which they like very much). They can shake the horns on their helmets until the Yakhonts were brought to the Kuril Islands with the Shells.
  8. Sorry 10 August 2011 21: 49 New
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    There were also like Chechnya. About the islands in D.Vostok. These are really the original territories of Japan. They came to us as a result of the war. Two times a year the border opens and the Japanese visit the graves of their ancestors on commemoration days. And the locals are waiting for them. They bring them presents. And our Russians can’t fly to Moscow from there. because of the price of air. And they go on vacation to China and to the same Japan. That's why it puffs and torment people. Respond who lives on these islands. How do you live in Russia? Among other things, almost China is in D. Vostok. Our women give birth from the Chinese and are happy. That's how the girls dance. And what can we contrast there? What strength? There is nothing. Gas and oil are an irreplaceable resource. And it will be enough for another fifty years, well, a hundred gas. And then what next? And the territories of Siberia and D. Vostok are not being developed, the Russian population is disappearing.
  9. atheist
    atheist 10 August 2011 22: 41 New
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    the Kuril Islands were first discovered by the Dutch and they belonged to the Ainu, then they were assimilated by the Russians and Japanese, South Ossetia according to the documents of the Russian empire is the date of entry into the empire, but there is no way out
    as for China, what can I do, they have a lot of men, we have a lot of women, they don’t sit in girls for life
    and as for you sorry, you’re a worthless saboteur,
    Yes, and not literate
  10. merkawa
    merkawa 10 August 2011 22: 51 New
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    Our leaders, too, together with the Duma of which to decide and accept in the same vein, for an adequate response fellow And Mishiko in the same Eurotribunal to judge how they spread rot on the Serbs and read out the term accordingly, do not wait until he chokes with a tie (that's just in the European courts the Europeans themselves do not decide anything without prompting the Americans)
  11. Archer
    Archer 10 August 2011 22: 58 New
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    Friends of Russia - Army and Navy! There will be a strong army and navy - they will be considered. And our strength has long flowed into the pockets of numerous high-ranking civil and military officials! Therefore, whoever orders music and dances it is a weak country, easy prey for neighbors.
  12. Sorry 11 August 2011 05: 11 New
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    Atheist. Give people work and ensure their normal life throughout D. Vostok. Then boast that it is our territory. Why is Chechnya settled down? Although no one wants to work there. Everyone was in the Russian Empire. According to your logic, we can be presented with the claim of Mongolia for the unpaid tribute to the Golden Horde. I may be a greater patriot of Russia, but we also need people of kvas patriotism. I don’t trust literacy. I know that I don’t know anything.
    1. Ivan35
      Ivan35 11 August 2011 20: 22 New
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      1. As for the fact that Ossetia is like Chechnya for Georgia and their integrity - the enemy cannot be justified even if he does the same as we do. Then Hitler can be understood on a number of points. Here the "scientific" or "equidistant" position is unacceptable. I am not interested in jur. nuances - after all, enemies attacked our allies and killed Russian peacekeepers (for the first time since 1941, a foreign state and an army attacked the Russian army! - that says it all!

      2. As for smoking - if it is difficult for us - then what ,? give away? And if suddenly the local population wants to go to Japan tomorrow with the land - then I will tell them so - if you want to leave - leave the land to our grandchildren - they will then figure out what to do with it if we cannot

      No one will object to the arrangement of this land - of course it is necessary to do this with all of our land - but these comments are not about arrangement, but about surrender and surrender under the guise of the fact that we are poor - that this land is out of order, etc.
  13. Sorry 11 August 2011 20: 53 New
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    1. Hitler here what side? And no one says that we did badly after our people suffered. But as for the allies, this is a bust. Allies are some kind of state. And South Ossetia is an unrecognized state. But jur.nuance just is. All Ossetians were there with Russian passports. It turns out our citizens live in a foreign land.
    2. The Kuril Islands should have been given away for a long time with good benefits for other territories of the Russian D. Vostok. Just set a precedent. Germany will request Koenigsberg, Poland from Belarus the western part, etc., etc., that is, an audit of the outcome of the war. That is why this cannot be done. And our grandchildren will not live there. They will leave this dying state, maybe in the same Japan. This huge territory is de facto abandoned, a draw. This is seen by the Chinese, who have little space, and they are quietly glancing in Siberia and D. Vostok, more precisely, they already live densely up to the Urals. Our women give birth from them, probably not Russian, but Chinese grandchildren to someone. And if our grandchildren stay there, they will be in their slaves.
    Do we need this? And we have no strength to stop the Chinese.
    1. atheist
      atheist 11 August 2011 21: 39 New
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      you lost your mind, giving the smokers we lost 1) access to the Pacific Ocean, 2) Pacific Fleet 3) fishing in those waters
      I don’t know about you, but I would go there to live, so I’m already tired of the city (I’m an ichthyologist)
    2. Ivan35
      Ivan35 12 August 2011 18: 04 New
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      Sorry,
      And we have no strength to stop the Chinese

      The present Scattering doesn’t - and the Union, which is now being recreated, already has 3 republics - even without Ukraine - in this form, the Chinese will not even think of contacting us

      And Hitler here is a simple "sideways" - I repeat - the logic of justifying the enemy and finding the logical reasons for his attack on us is unacceptable - and Hitler can be justified - there was nowhere for him to go
      That is, you cannot look for Georgia’s excuses - such as restoring the constitutional order and fighting the separatists like we in Chechnya
  14. Sorry 12 August 2011 03: 29 New
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    1. Exit to the Pacific Ocean begins with Vladivostok. 2. The Pacific Fleet is based all along the coast of the mainland and Sakhalin. 3. From the fishing that we already have there, we don’t have anything. Everything for rent at a good price to neighboring countries, without troubles with delivery and storage. Remember when you ate crabs? In addition, the ocean there is enough for everyone. About living there. There are enough places there for now. Hurry up, otherwise the Chinese will not leave him for you.
  15. atheist
    atheist 12 August 2011 11: 25 New
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    1) the strait between the islands and Japan is non-freezing, and where the ships are standing is not important 2) the exit is in the summer 3) never eat crabs, and so we sell fishing quotas
    the ocean isn’t enough for everyone - we won’t give our
    and you,
    as I understand it, a place in America or London
    1. ballian
      ballian 12 August 2011 18: 49 New
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      Emae cho seriously discuss the propagandist Leontyev with his mythical "10 wiped out villages." For reference - now ALL Georgian villages are erased by Ossetians in real life and not according to Zomboyashchik. And there are more peaceful Georgians killed than Ossetians - more than 200.
      The Georgian villages there are mixed with the Ossetian ones - therefore, they did not separate the South. Ossetia from Georgia.
      By the way, I didn’t understand - I read that according to Ossetian data more than 30 of their fighters died, but it is obvious that they were included in these 162 "peaceful" ones.
      In general, Ossetian lovers - if you want them to have more - let's join them.
  16. atheist
    atheist 12 August 2011 19: 34 New
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    and no one separated Ossetia from us, as I wrote, according to the documents, it did not leave the Russian Empire
    1. Sorry 13 August 2011 00: 26 New
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      We, what about the Russian Empire? And then where is Poland, Finland and a bunch of other things. Are you, please, go away with antiquity.
      1. PSih2097 13 August 2011 00: 45 New
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        found someone to remember ...
  17. Marat
    Marat 13 August 2011 00: 39 New
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    The phrase “lovers of Ossetians” is insulting to the great and ancient Alans - maybe now there are not many of them - but these are “knights of Eurasia” - even in the army of Attilla they amounted to 20% and were brothers of the Huns - Kipchaks (read from Murat-Aji - I think a fairly authoritative historian) and look at the last of our Great Patriotic War - some heroes are the people of wars with a legendary history - and they were always with those who defended and united Eurasia and never on the side of the external enemy (whether it be the Romans or fascists or Pindos-Georgians). I understand that on the Russian site it sounds all out of place - so in case I write - suddenly someone gets stuck in my head - and that's good
  18. Sorry 13 August 2011 05: 15 New
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    Atheist. I don’t want to go to London and America. I don’t want to go to Europe at all, it is dying because of its liberalism, Arabs and other Gentiles will swallow it soon. I won’t go to the USA, because I’m the same scoop like you, and the language I do not know. It’s just that sometimes I find enlightenment from the co-education and see and perceive reality as it is. But I would have left for Belarus. The only normal state in the post-Soviet space, where everything is in order.