Who will sit in the presidency in 2012? Poll

What do you think: Who will sit in the presidency in 2012?

Putin - 260 (50.29%)
50.29%
Medvedev - 16 (3.09%)
3.09%
Zyuganov or another nominee from the Communist Party - 143 (27.66%)
27.66%
Prokhorov - 35 (6.77%)
6.77%
Zhirinovsky - 21 (4.06%)
4.06%
Another candidate is 26 (5.03%)
5.03%
I do not know - 16 (3.09%)
3.09%
In March 2012, the presidential election will be held in Russia. For the first time, the president of Russia will be elected for a six-year term. Currently, one of the main topics of Russian politics is the question “Who will become president?”. The majority believes that the main intrigue of the upcoming elections will be which of the ruling tandem will nominate his candidacy for the elections - Putin or Medvedev. However, the easiest of scenarios is not always true. Therefore, the field for fantasy remains with us even now.


Thanks to the “effective management” of the previous president, Vladimir Putin, the dependence of the Russian economy on Western countries has exceeded all thresholds. Under the sonorous brand of the “energy empire” of Russia, it is increasingly turning into a raw materials appendage of the West in every sense of the word (the share of fuel and energy complex products in the country's exports: 1995 - 42,5%, 2000 - 53,8%, 2005 - 64,8%, 2010 - 70,8%). All these “Southern” and “Nordic streams”, bypassing the former Soviet republics, speak only about one thing - the Kremlin is trying to sell the maximum possible raw materials to the West as quickly as possible and more expensive while there is demand. At the same time, gasoline crises are already occurring in Russia itself, but for the ruling elite the main thing is the conversion of the country's reserves of raw materials into foreign currency.

Who will sit in the presidency in 2012? Poll


Meanwhile, the US national debt, the EU crisis, and the general aggravation of the economic crisis on a global scale place the Russian elite in a rather difficult position. Being very tightly tied to Western economies and currencies, our elite do not have the ability to play an independent game. The problems of the West immediately become the problems of Russia. To the mass of our own unresolved problems, we also get the problems of the West. The political and economic initiative is in the hands of global players, with the Russian elite lagging behind world events. The coming years, which are likely to be accompanied by global global destabilization, are fraught with many dangers. Under these conditions, the position of the president of the country also becomes quite dangerous. At one time, neither Putin nor Medvedev has proven to be politicians who can take political responsibility for the future of Russia. Therefore, there is an assumption that the next president of Russia will have to play the role of a “lightning rod”, which will save the main political players from popular discontent.

In the run-up to the 2008 crisis, the combination with the “successor” was played in Russia. The meaning of the tandem was to spray responsibility between politicians. All this time, the media has only confused the audience with versions of which of the two “kings” is more important and who is responsible for what questions. In these disputes, the topic of the responsibility of the authorities for everything happening in the country was somehow forgotten, which was what was required to be done.

The very construction of the tandem, meanwhile, weakened the already low discipline of the state apparatus and, in fact, turned the plundering of the state budget into a competition between two teams that compete for who will use more funds for the “modernization” of Russia. At the same time, the world economy is entering an era of cuts in government spending. The threat of default in the United States made it clear that the policy of saturating the world economy with money came to an end. To overcome the crisis by increasing government spending and stimulating consumption will not work. On the agenda is a new plan. The era of global economy, unpopular reforms, a new wave of privatization, reduction of the state apparatus is coming.



Naturally, the Russian ruling class will be reformed under the current situation. Already, the authorities need to get rid of the ballast of petty corrupt officials who have attached themselves to the regime, for whose maintenance there simply is no money left. Now the authorities, in fact, are destroying the party "United Russia" with their own hands, which has gathered almost all the Russian corruption class in it. Currently, the party write off on a rather complex technology:

- the organization of corruption cases against a number of middle and lower levels of the party;

- Change of the governor corps. In modern conditions, it is the governors that rule the local branches of the party. New personnel will be able to solve the problem of the collapse of the party more effectively than the old;

- the creation of the “Popular Front”, under the roof of which those cadres who are not subject to the ongoing “sweep” will find protection for themselves;

- promotion of the Right Cause party, as a banner of economic liberalism and an alternative to the dominance of bureaucrats;

- PR company "United Russia" in the media and on the Internet, as "the party of crooks and thieves," etc.

Since the future president of Russia is doomed to conduct unpopular reforms and reduce social programs, populist public relations in this position will practically not be possible. For Putin, for example, this option is completely unacceptable. The factor of popularity among the broad masses for him is decisive, it is precisely because of him that he is kept in big politics.

According to the logic of development of events, Medvedev could again be elected president for the next term, while Putin would have remained the prime minister and the “national leader.” But a simple repetition of the existing structure deprives the choice of at least some meaning. At one time, G. Lebon wrote: "The main duty of state people should be ... renaming and naming the popular or neutral names of those things that the crowd no longer endures under their former names." In addition, Medvedev’s hardware position is growing stronger and there is no guarantee that if he is re-elected for a second term, he will not begin to pursue an increasingly ambitious policy towards the current premier.



Proceeding from this, a new controlled president is needed who will take on the entire burden of public discontent and unpopular reforms. At the same time, a figure who does not become familiar in Russian politics should play this role. According to tradition, Vladimir Zhirinovsky was entrusted to run in a new idea. The latter has already made statements that Russia wants to see new people in power, therefore neither Putin nor Medvedev should be president of the country. According to Zhirinovsky, an ideal situation would be that in the course of the December elections to the State Duma the party in power would receive no more than 40% of the vote.

Thus, a new figure should emerge on the Russian political scene, and United Russia will have to share its voters with other parties. It is not excluded that Mikhail Prokhorov is declared this new figure. He has no political experience and his own political team, which makes him controlled and manageable. At the same time, Prokhorov is an excellent invoice for an advertising campaign. A young, athletic, tall, successful businessman in everything is capable of replacing an aging Putin in the role of the “Russian James Bond”. Inexperience in political affairs and the accompanying idealism only strengthen the effect of persuasion. The main task of Prokhorov is to save the existing System by partially reformatting it and transferring it into a new attractive package.

The key post in the existing System will remain the post of prime minister, which will be controlled by the security forces and financial flows. The importance of this post will only increase in connection with the adopted privatization program, which already now claims to be one of the largest in the world.



The final appearance of the “modernized” System will be determined as early as the parliamentary elections in December 2011. Already, we can say that the meaning of the “People’s Front” project is to guarantee Putin the premiership. Now the “Popular Front” is a personal project of the Prime Minister. Having obtained the majority of seats in the State Duma, the “front” was presented to ensure his further political future for Putin. Vladimir Putin is being re-traded to the “highest authority” of the authorities and the “patriarch of Russian politics”. The technical aspects of the presidency and the “sports” part of public relations will be assumed by the new president of Russia, Mikhail Prokhorov.

In all these combinations, Dmitry Medvedev turns out to be an extra piece. To this day, he failed to win the popularity of the masses, despite the great efforts of the propaganda machine. For a full six-year term, Medvedev is already too weak a cover for the existing political system. The position of a lecturer at Skolkovo would be a completely comfortable conclusion to his political career.

At the same time, people from Medvedev’s inner circle can easily be retrained as Prokhorov’s supporters. In order to strengthen their own hardware positions, they need the “Just Cause” to gain the largest possible number of seats in the State Duma. The competition between the “Right Cause” and “United Russia” is a struggle for the size of the shareholding in the future configuration of the Russian government. At the same time, the Russian elites are going to maintain the internal balance within the System by regrouping forces.

Mikhail Prokhorov is introduced into the game with the goal of balancing the existing political system. He himself claims that going to politics is his initiative, maybe this is indeed the case. The main thing is that the Kremlin supported this initiative. At the same time in politics and literature there is such a thing as “script self-development”. Many well-known writers recognized that by inventing a general narrative scheme and heroes, at some point they began to depend on them. After that, the hero himself drove the pen of the writer. This happens in politics. At present, the project of Mikhail Prokhorov is only at the “start-up” stage and is “led” from the Kremlin, considering it only as another figure in the games of the existing political Olympus. At the same time, as Prokhorov acquires his own political face, the situation may change, and the slave may unexpectedly become the leader.
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  1. lokdok
    lokdok 22 August 2011 08: 16 New
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    "1995 - 42,5%, 2000 - 53,8%, 2005 - 64,8%, 2010 - 70,8%"
    here is the export schedule http://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Russian_economy_since_fall_of_Soviet_Union.PNG
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    nothing that he has grown many times ....
    The article is agitation.
    1. zczczc
      zczczc 22 August 2011 12: 07 New
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      And here is the reason for your schedule:



      This growth is only oil + investment. And investment is a double-edged sword.
  2. Smilodon 22 August 2011 08: 18 New
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    Oh, I do not like this Prokhorov. Not that he is a man. As I introduce him at the head of state, it becomes bad. However, maybe I'm wrong ...

    Although I voted for the Communists.
    1. zczczc
      zczczc 22 August 2011 12: 09 New
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      Prokhorov in his first interview voiced everything in essence what Putin is doing. He opened, so to speak, his cards. Before whom? Who did he say that to? Think about it.

      I believe that the Kremlin has already explained to him that there is no need to openly reveal the Putin Plan :)))
    2. slan
      slan 22 August 2011 20: 54 New
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      This is a typical candidate for the profanation of the opposition. Unpleasant externally and internally. Shortly before the ballot, he noted with statements capable of burying any politician - to increase the working day, etc. Of course you can’t alter the painfully hypertrophied body, but I would like to get out. I would not behave like that. Typical Hakamada and Zyuganov.
      It is curious how much the electorate turned Zyuganov away from the Communist Party with his only nose and boring gundezh?
      1. zczczc
        zczczc 22 August 2011 21: 54 New
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        Surkov has any candidate, except for whom he needs to choose is supported to channel the opinions of his part of the electorate. Therefore, the figure of Prokhorov does not affirm anything and proves nothing.

        And what he said, he did not say for grandmothers, and this is clearly his initiative - it is obvious.
      2. kesa1111
        kesa1111 17 October 2011 04: 11 New
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        In general, you’re right, in KPI there are more interesting people, but they have 0 chances. And Zyuganov is a checkpoint.
  3. Stephen
    Stephen 22 August 2011 09: 03 New
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    Here is an interesting opinion of at least those people who visit this site. Who would you vote for in 2012? Personally, I would be for Zyuganov.
    1. oper66
      oper66 22 August 2011 11: 36 New
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      I do not see any other possible political figure and power that will defend the interests of the people and the statehood of Russia, although I never voted for shit, they won the elections when talking with friends, they also voted as I concluded the elections are not fair everywhere juggling
    2. zczczc
      zczczc 22 August 2011 12: 10 New
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      For the Communist Party. Not because I'm breathing unevenly towards the communists, but because there are more patrites among them. There are no other reasons.
      1. kesa1111
        kesa1111 17 October 2011 04: 13 New
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        Still there are less Lubyansky bandits.
    3. magma 23 August 2011 10: 05 New
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      And I would most likely, not for Zyuganov, but for the Communists, I really want to see a new face from them, Zyuganov, as a leader, does not inspire much confidence .., though this is only my opinion ...
  4. pokermen
    pokermen 22 August 2011 09: 29 New
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    Prokhorov has already been appointed biathlon, so it is unlikely.
  5. Banshee 22 August 2011 09: 32 New
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    For whom to vote ... Yes, what's the difference, all rewritten and finish Putin. Personally, I have long been voting for Zhirik on the basis of “just not a bucket”.
    But these elections will be the most crooked and fake, because obviously neither the EP nor the front will be able to independently collect votes. Therefore, it will be decided as usual.
    1. zczczc
      zczczc 22 August 2011 12: 11 New
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      Vote this time for the Communist Party-this is also not a bucket :)
      1. slan
        slan 22 August 2011 20: 56 New
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        But what will happen if Zyuganov is suddenly elected president? Yes, he is strangled with a fright)) Does he look like a man striving for power?
        1. zczczc
          zczczc 22 August 2011 21: 59 New
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          For the sake of interest, I once was at a campaign of some sort of communist assembly for a very, very long time. I can say for sure - his IQ is higher than many. Especially when compared with the demagogue Gorbachev.

          For example, Zyuganov was able to answer 5 (!) Questions posed by someone from the audience, which he weaved into his speech like a thread in a pattern, and so that by the end of his 5-minute tirade I completely forgot 1, 2, and 3 questions. Zyuganov, without using a pencil, answered essentially each of the 5 questions, which shocked me personally. Moreover, if you pay attention, he always answers clearly and on the case. He lacks entertainment - this is a fact. So what? I don’t need an artist-Reagan, I need a patriotic president who will protect my interests.
          1. slan
            slan 22 August 2011 22: 14 New
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            And yet I am convinced that if it weren’t for Zyuganov, the Communist Party would have had power for a long time, it would have been difficult not to raise the people to barricades against Yeltsin; IQ is okay with him, I’d rather call it passing, it’s not for nothing that he works as a consultant in a brokerage company with a Finnish name, by the way.
            1. zczczc
              zczczc 22 August 2011 22: 53 New
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              Here we can say so - if he was hyperactive, he would be cut. He acts legitimately, which is the guarantee that he will not be like Khrushchev in the president’s place ...
          2. sirToad
            sirToad 11 October 2011 14: 56 New
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            I was at his debate. maybe BUT is not a leader, damn it!
        2. kesa1111
          kesa1111 17 October 2011 04: 17 New
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          That is why it can be given. You need to think about the case (country), and not about future palaces, lackeys and concubines.
    2. fantast 29 August 2011 00: 12 New
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      Definitely vote for the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, if they only want to change the leader, and then Zyuganov is already tired
  6. figwam 22 August 2011 09: 49 New
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    Who will be the president is not decided by our people, not our power. Serious adjustments come from the United States, if everything does not go according to the plan of the West, serious financial problems await us, or maybe a revolution through Twitter. They will push through all channels, and our 5th the convoy will work out its money and fight for the prize. Only the army could stop any influence from outside, but now all the generals and officers are in civilian life, either in the ground or in prison.
  7. dmb
    dmb 22 August 2011 10: 30 New
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    Unfortunately, the reality in Russia is as follows. Nobody gives power without a fight. Imagine for a moment that the representative of the Communist Party won. In line with the propaganda of this party, the current elite is either in London or on the bunk. And there and there she will be uncomfortable. Everything is clear about the bunks, but in London, stolen money will quickly end. And no one will call on the queen for tea. Therefore, in this very real case of the victory of the Communists, everything will be applied: from the vulgar election rigging, to a small victorious war. The number of fools who believe that for the services provided by the current government, they will get their jackpot, in Russia the value is constant. You can rest assured that Alekseyev’s “grandfather” and our “noble don” Nemtsov’s eagle, in case the Communist Party wins and the power is held by the current regime, loudly shout about the correctness of this regime and its actions.
  8. stas 22 August 2011 10: 36 New
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    The question of the president will be decided after the elections to the State Duma. If EP does not take more than 50%, the task for Putin will become easier, although in my opinion he does not have the right to be the third time president. One thing is obvious, everyone needs to go to the polls and not vote for United Russia.
  9. Gerasim 22 August 2011 10: 37 New
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    Yesterday was a "rehearsal" at the CEC! According to President CEC Churova,
    reporters did not notice that during the "rehearsal" was disabled
    electricity! Unfortunately, any government is obliged to protect itself by any
    means! By power, I mean a party, or a gang that finds-
    Xia in power! The fact that over the past 20 years, elections in Russia have become a farce,
    it was understood by all Russians! This was especially evident in 1996, when Zyuganov won the presidential election!
    Feeling the unpopularity of the EDRO party, the Kremlin gave the go-ahead to the “Right” party, as yet another “opposition” party, to which the Liberal Democratic Party and the Fair belong to themselves. Usually the Kremlin
    creates these pocket parties shortly before the elections so that the electorate does not
    managed to figure out the political muddy water! Therefore, still Mironov
    and Zhironovsky with foam at the mouth, especially before the election, prove to all
    Russia that they are the opposition!
    Elections to the Duma, and the subsequent presidential elections, of course, will be held under the full control of the EDRO! The only question is whether it’s enough
    LDPR, Just Russia and the Right have votes in order for the EDRO to gain at least an insignificant majority in the Duma! It is clear that EDRO
    without the help of these parties they won’t go to the Duma!
    The only and serious opposition party in Russia is the Communist Party. Like
    how seriously this party will behave in the elections time will tell!
    But the fact that the government will "wet" the Communist Party in every way is not a secret!
    Soon we will all be spectators of a drama performance that the Kremlin will play in front of us! The drama will be given in December, and it will be called simply
    - "Elections to the State Duma of Russia."
    All successful viewing!
    1. Superduck
      Superduck 22 August 2011 11: 07 New
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      I am a resident of Ukraine (and in our elections they know a lot wink ) Brothers will tell you the main thing. Silent manipulations with votes are impossible if the people stupidly come to the polls. Those who do not vote automatically will go for anyone they need.
      1. zczczc
        zczczc 22 August 2011 12: 16 New
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        Provided that the elections are not electronic, but on paper. With electronic voting, you can do whatever you want.

        I personally would have made the vote open - voted - your name is visible on the Internet on the website of the election commission. What is wrong with that - I don’t understand.
        1. Superduck
          Superduck 22 August 2011 12: 27 New
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          Duc from the local infrared to the central is already in the digital. In 2004, in Ukraine, Medvedchuk (the local black cardinal then), according to many sources, kept an intermediate proxy server-gateway through which all the site data passed before going to the CEC server. We calculated it by delays of up to 2-3 minutes between sending and their registration on the main server. Then it turned out that in some parts of the Lugansk region, 104% of voters voted for Yanukovych.
          I mean that in matters of fraud there are always several levels.
          I personally would have made the vote open - voted - your name is visible on the Internet on the website of the election commission. What is wrong with that - I don’t understand.

          Public sector employees will be torn in the tail and mane for the wrong vote.
          1. zczczc
            zczczc 22 August 2011 15: 49 New
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            It is clear that at some level of processing the voice enters the computer. At least at the last stage of the calculation. I talked about the need for a paper newsletter! How to recount in case of errors, disagreements, etc., if the result of each vote is not fixed on paper?

            About the tail and mane - will not. Because they can do it exactly once. The second time no one will vote for them then. So, no fools came up with an email. elections are an opportunity for limitless, statistically beautiful fraud.
          2. magma 23 August 2011 10: 16 New
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            so it’s not possible to fire or “fuck” everyone .., someone will still have to work ...)))) so I see only a mass approach to this problem ... it's like a broom - you can’t completely break it, but to one - that’s all ....
      2. slan
        slan 22 August 2011 21: 00 New
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        It’s only in Ukraine, and then there were fair elections a couple of times and it’s not about turnout. The bottom line is that these elections were controlled by two equally powerful external forces - the Russian Federation and the United States. The USA is richer, the Russian Federation is closer. This is a unique phenomenon, there are no other precedents of fair elections when the opinion of the people does not coincide with the wishes of those in power and cannot be.
  10. Rico1977 22 August 2011 11: 29 New
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    I agree. He who was familiar with the electoral systems firsthand said that if people stupidly come to the polls, then no more than 10-15% of the vote can be won. So if someone will lead by a large margin - then he will win. I’ll vote for Putin - I’m not ashamed of him
    1. slan
      slan 22 August 2011 21: 03 New
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      On the site)) And in the Central Election Commission ?!
  11. Superduck
    Superduck 22 August 2011 12: 07 New
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    In general, the survey was on who will sit in the chair and not whom you will vote for. Wishful thinking is a sign of a lack of ability for logical systemic thinking. This survey is a great example of how easily your brains can be deceived only by showing you a familiar surname, the rest were not at all interested in the majority. Psychological experiment of the first year of the institute.
    Think more with your mind and think less about leaders, dear Russian brothers. Otherwise, you finally threaten what fate gave you - the remnants of the Motherland.
    Sorry to offend anyone, but who offended - that will help little.
    1. oper66
      oper66 22 August 2011 12: 29 New
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      by voting for Zyuganov and I mean the Communist Party and not just this person
      1. Superduck
        Superduck 22 August 2011 12: 31 New
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        And what does the Communist Party have an economic and political program?
        1. zczczc
          zczczc 22 August 2011 15: 51 New
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          They always had it, only there is no one to sell it.
          The Communists are partially incapacitated, but a patriot making mistakes and getting lumps is better than to wholesale export the country to the West by experienced liberals.
          1. Superduck
            Superduck 22 August 2011 19: 27 New
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            In my opinion, they always had only slogans and not a program. However, no one else in Russian politics actually had a program. Yes, even if it was, the people in Russia did not buy the program but the physiognomy, and it was not accepted to fulfill the covenants.
            1. zczczc
              zczczc 23 August 2011 02: 04 New
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              So what is the dry residue? Zyuganov de weak, EP steals, other puppets ...

              How to warm, what to do? Elections on the nose. During this time, a new leader will not be announced.
        2. solodova 23 August 2011 15: 03 New
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          There is a program, here is a link to the KPRF website and the program itself. Most of the program is a return to the good that was in the USSR. http://kprf.ru/party/program
          here is a program from the Tambov site (I am holding a newspaper in my hands with it) http://kprf.tmb.ru/home/ck-news/1296-zuganov-02-07-11.html
    2. dmb
      dmb 22 August 2011 12: 32 New
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      But really, who? It is quite possible option Sobyanin. Not seen in high-profile scandals, the view is representative, it flickers quite often on the screens. It is clear that this version of Putin is clearly not satisfied, because Sobyanin is not an iPhone. But this is an option, do not fly at all.
      In the place of the Communists, I would send Zyuganov to rest in about a month. This would not have allowed our "independent" media to hush up this change and would have attracted the attention of voters in the hope that the new leader would not be a "wobbler". Given the protest mood in society, this would give the Communists a real chance of victory in both the Duma and presidential elections. True, only in the elections. For real power just will not give up.
      1. zczczc
        zczczc 22 August 2011 15: 53 New
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        Sobyanin-a man of Putin, what are you writing about?
        1. slan
          slan 22 August 2011 21: 05 New
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          Any president will be Putin’s man. However, one should not forget that Putin himself is just someone else's man.
          1. zczczc
            zczczc 22 August 2011 22: 25 New
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            But what, Sobyanin is already calling for president?
          2. AleksUkr 31 August 2011 07: 38 New
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            You think correctly. Unfortunately, the GDP imagines itself to be the leader of the people, almost like in China. It gathered minions in the government, whom the people are ready to tear to pieces, slime-eaters in EdR, who delight in all undertakings like the front. There is nothing sacred for him. Although the image of the tandem was supported, as if fulfilling the instructions of DAM. So no. She does not want to restrain her environment. Can he accept the party without a statement? Anyway, at all the crossroads it is written: party chairman Putin. True, there is no footnote - which party. And the presidents have already promised someone the third. Since the tandem clearly does not want to see someone from itself in this post. Maybe Matvienko? Or Prokhorov? They are clearly not averse to steer the country in any capacity. Time got into the cage.
  12. Petrol 22 August 2011 12: 23 New
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    Rico1977 Today, 11:29 a
    Putin and Medvedev (Menachem Aaronovich Mendel) Isn’t it from one berry garden ????????
  13. Goldy
    Goldy 22 August 2011 12: 23 New
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    I have to go to the polls, which I’ll do

    I am very surprised how Russia is highly economically dependent on the West and the United States, it’s sickening to hear every morning that our stock markets have fallen because consumer demand has fallen in the USA, etc.
  14. cVM
    cVM 22 August 2011 12: 27 New
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    we made choices in 2000 and this is our final choice, in 2012 Medvedev will win and in 2018 Putin, etc. will change, then they will find another idiot will be Putin-Medvedev-Igor, this is how we will live and corruption will develop,oligarchs make their choice and not a nation
  15. solodova 22 August 2011 13: 07 New
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    Despite some "warring start" in tandem, I support the opinion of playing a good and bad president. One echoes Europe and the United States, the second is promoted by the people, earning election points, and then they can change. I thought for a long time that the authorities painfully solve the questions of Russia, "they think for the people," but in 20 years it was possible to rebuild the country, but for now it is only plundered.
    I’ll vote for the Communist Party, the principles are close to me, and not a specific candidate, but there are thoughts that if the Communist Party wins, they will try to put pressure on our country, worse than on Gaddafi. And the same capitalist sharks will crush, under the guise of the same struggle for human rights (read for the right to market a second-class genetic and chemical house in a third world country called Russia).
    It will be necessary to survive. Nuclear weapons are our bonus!))
    I, too, am waiting for various provocations from the authorities and the Communist Party’s mud pouring.
    1. Superduck
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      The Communist Party of the Russian Federation is a manual party, certainly not the opposition, it is not capable of taking power in the country, it has no skills and personnel. We'll have to take skills and personnel from EDRO ..
      Moreover, she has not had a position for a long time. For a long time I do not remember that the Communist Party there held a demonstration in defense of the common people ..
      Although maybe I'm wrong and just did not notice, then there is no TV ..
      1. figwam 22 August 2011 13: 57 New
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        And here you are mistaken, the Communist Party is the only of all parties who can take power and rule the country and the position is the program.
        1. Superduck
          Superduck 22 August 2011 14: 12 New
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          Well, give me a couple of examples over the past year when they showed their position, for example, in parliament. All full and partially even opposition parties that could compete with the parties in power in Russia were destroyed for two decades under the amicable applause of the voters. However, if the Communist Party at least once kicked, then I would not have to vote for it.
          1. figwam 22 August 2011 15: 18 New
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            The Communist Party is the only party that votes against anti-people’s laws, but the number of deputies is not enough to block the passage of the law. All the rest speak well (including Zhirik) but vote as edros, it’s clear that these are puppet parties, and the Communist Party has not shown for a long time, Kremlin are not fools to campaign against themselves.
            1. Superduck
              Superduck 22 August 2011 16: 04 New
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              Well, to hell with him, I expressed my subjective opinion about the Communist Party, but it’s really hard for me to argue on this subject, as I know I live not in Russia and I don’t have a TV. I don’t have enough information, God forbid that everything you say would turn out that way. Moreover, I am slightly subjective in the sense that our CPU is a classic example of political prostitution.
      2. dmb
        dmb 22 August 2011 14: 14 New
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        Do not judge by individual leaders. Zyuganov, this is not the whole party. As for the demonstrations on television, what kind of demonstrations will show you not in support of the ruling elite. He who pays the money is shown. It is in Libya that the indignant people overthrows the tyrant, while in our country “marginals are trying to ruin the country.” Remember the "playpen". Imagine what a screech in the media would rise if the Communists support this explosion of discontent with the authorities. And then PRIME, I myself came to express my condolences in connection with the consequences of a drunken showdown. And let's not be mistaken, “Manezhka” is not a surge of nationalism, but an indicator of the powerlessness in restoring an elementary order in which children of oligarchs, regardless of nationality, will be responsible for their behavior as well as children of normal people, and their popes will double.
        1. solodova 22 August 2011 15: 53 New
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          Correctly, the rebellion of those dissatisfied with the arbitrariness of the police with the tacit support of the ruling elites was transferred to the channel of Nazism, therefore the individuals involved in this were the most motley (who managed to be recruited), and raised many questions. The perpetrators diverted the anger from themselves, but the “visitors” got a different skin tone.
          Let Russia tear to pieces, they just ... keep their own in a warm and satisfying place ...
        2. zczczc
          zczczc 22 August 2011 15: 56 New
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          Yes, unfortunately, it seems that Zyuganov is the whole party, because there are trite few people. There are many sympathizers, but few party members. But this is nonsense, if people come to power they will have 60% of the population at once.
      3. solodova 22 August 2011 15: 48 New
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        She noticed several times that the solutions proposed by Zyuganov were severely distorted and immediately ridiculed by Putin. For example, in a program, Zyuganov proposed introducing a state monopoly on vodka trade, which would allow controlling the quality of the vodka produced and giving a good income item to the state treasury, Putin said in response: "Do you want to raise prices for vodka?" I don’t remember exactly, but the context was like that and made it clear that he wouldn’t let the people rob .... Zyuganov kept silent ...
        I haven’t heard anything about raising prices from Zyuganov, Putin voiced it, but it’s like Zyuganov’s idea .... and this is not the only precedent when P ideas cut Z in the bud and ridiculed them, but I must say that the ideas were correct, But the one who briefly watched TV left the feeling that Z is a fool, Putin is right.
        And in my opinion this is lobbying for alcoholic lawlessness in our country.
        But the frames will definitely not be enough, but 17 did solve this problem ..
        1. Superduck
          Superduck 22 August 2011 21: 47 New
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          I do not know. In Ukraine there is no monopoly, but the quality of vodka has not been criticized by me for 10 years already, and buy whatever you want. Sorry for the withdrawal from the topic :-)
      4. zczczc
        zczczc 22 August 2011 15: 55 New
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        Whoever comes to power, all the skills and personnel in line will line up for them. This is the principle of licking. The main thing here is to filter who you need.
        1. solodova 22 August 2011 16: 04 New
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          But how to filter something? The whole country must be filtered .... Damn ... Stalin is remembered, it is clear that not so, but how? ;))
          1. zczczc
            zczczc 22 August 2011 22: 57 New
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            Everything is necessary, but how else? And Stalin is recalled to the place. It’s just that other mechanisms are needed, not triplets with arbitrariness in essence, but otherwise. This is a separate conversation and very long.
  16. Petrol 22 August 2011 13: 13 New
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    I sincerely support SuperDuck Today, 12:07 and add a little bit from the history of Ukraine! in the 18th century, Polish magnates (such as oligarchs) hired managers such as Moshe Srul Brodsky (a resident to manage property (lacking the prefix _P)))) who loved to ride a little cart pulled by horses, not twelve, dressed in ribbons, wreaths , embroidered shirts, beautiful young Ukrainians ... At the coachman of Brodsky Leisik Gluskin they ran briskly, in his left hand Leisik held the reins tightly, and in his right - such a seven-tailed whip. I have a question for the audience. Do not let your head manipulate you so that your children do not become "seaside partisans." Here, someone older still remembers the programs under the sign of PI for the sample link I put the link http://hi-tech.tochka.net/video/105902-kak-manipuliruyut-tvoim-soznaniem/# I sometimes want to say "damn ... yes, develop eyes "
  17. runway 22 August 2011 13: 46 New
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    The current leaders of the leadership will not give up power voluntarily. They can only be dragged from the feeder with trillion income by force. In any case, the result they need will be shown. And in tame courts and prosecutors, they have nothing to fear.
    PUTIN WILL BE PRESIDENT (although engaging in forecasts is a thankless job).
    1. AleksUkr 31 August 2011 07: 43 New
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      Or maybe Medvedev, or someone else. Yes, in our country forecasting is an ungrateful affair. Everything will still not be the way the people need it. No wonder it is said that only the chicken is rowing away from itself, and the rest under itself.
  18. spok
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    Just do not Putin with Medvedev!
  19. Smilodon 22 August 2011 16: 44 New
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    Yes Edro blocks everything, under a variety of pretexts. Communist Party can not really show themselves, because everything flies past the box office. But as soon as Medvedev introduced something to the State Duma for consideration, the “intrigue” begins: this or that bill will pass or not. So everything is clear in advance ... The introduction of something or someone into the State Duma is an imitation of choice, no more.
  20. solodova 22 August 2011 16: 58 New
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    Is there anyone who would like to see Prokhorov as president?
    I got "pimply goosebumps" from him ... A kind of general with a black rating ...
    From his proposals for the arrangement of Russia, there is a persistent feeling that not everything is so bad ... maybe worse
    1. Superduck
      Superduck 22 August 2011 17: 13 New
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      But he didn’t offer a 15-hour working day?
      1. zczczc
        zczczc 22 August 2011 22: 59 New
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        He proposed to abandon the ruble and introduce the Euro. He also said that we need to help Europe survive the crisis, and maybe they will help us with technology. He said exactly what Putin is doing - "one must marry Europe and give her all his fortune."
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        He himself, and also to cancel the postponement to students of universities and give workers. As I understand it, rich students will take it easy, they do not need a respite, but a poor student will rattle the army, they won’t let them finish their studies, they’ll go like nice to the army. Here you have a bundle based on the availability of dough. There is an opportunity to pay off - study, no - go to the army - do not want to - work. I quote P.: "Foreign companies that open in Russia are not interested in engineers, they need workers ..."
        THOSE. We are being prepared for foreigners. Smart and literate they do not need.
        And on the working day - it seems that this business will be voluntary, although in another case it recalls that "we have 30% of employers violating the code." So by voluntariness everything is clear.
  21. Patriot
    Patriot 22 August 2011 18: 30 New
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    I definitely won’t vote for Prokhorov not when I didn’t trust the oligarchs, nor will I vote for not one candidate from EdRa (Putin, Medvedev, etc. ..)

    most likely I will vote for Mironov ...
    1. zczczc
      zczczc 22 August 2011 23: 01 New
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      Mironov is Surkov’s puppet, as is Babakov.
      Three forces are represented in the elections - the EP, the Communist Party and the party of the US State Department like Apple ...

      Think about it. Mironov and Zhirinovsky are just a mimicry of the EP.
  22. nnz226 22 August 2011 19: 00 New
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    but why butt something on the forum? The roles have already been painted ... It would be nice if a new face in the elections, which would move the interests of Russia and the Russian (and not Russian) people forward, without looking back at the authors of fascism, Nazism, atomic bombings, concentration camps, who call themselves the "democratic world" .. . But hardly...
  23. go_by
    go_by 22 August 2011 19: 48 New
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    The election is empty. The elite will choose the person they need, and no matter who it is, long or short, bald or hairy. Only a coup within the security forces will change the situation. What is not an option?
  24. fedor
    fedor 22 August 2011 20: 41 New
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    It seems to me that before voting, you should find out the sources of financing the content of the party, the administrative apparatus, the election campaign, how and where are the funds of the party contained, how are they spent?
  25. atheist
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    I will vote for the Liberal Democratic Party and the president ,,, and is there a choice?
    Communist Party was, we know
    edros, nothing good
    sr-doesn't make sense
  26. Konstantm 22 August 2011 21: 26 New
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    “Pleasantly” pleased the victory in Matvienko’s no-lose election. 94,5%. It’s worth considering, or so everyone will guess who and what will win in HONEST DEMOCRATIC elections.
    1. slan
      slan 22 August 2011 21: 40 New
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      Matvienko?))) Yes .. mock. Someone argued drunk as if: but we argue that this is a cattle and will vote for the baptist? And the argument won. Well, at least they didn’t argue about the Niger in the states. There are more cynical jokes.
  27. mitrich
    mitrich 22 August 2011 21: 42 New
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    I will write "for Prokhorov" - I will get "-10".
    I will write "for Zyuganov" - I will get "+10".

    I am for Putin - leave me a "0", please.
    1. Superduck
      Superduck 22 August 2011 21: 43 New
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      We already all know what kind of Putin you are.
      By the way, again the flawed wound up all the posts me zinnusut. Damaged, respond, be a man!
      1. mitrich
        mitrich 22 August 2011 22: 07 New
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        This is because you are sane. And this is a site for people with a non-traditional political orientation. If you swear power through the word, you will soon receive the long-awaited “epaulette”. Others like black SS, of course wink ! Personally, I’ve put the “pluses” for you when I read you, of course ...
        1. slan
          slan 22 August 2011 22: 35 New
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          The orientation here is normal)) Won fifa (see above) with thirty ml messages. sergeant already. That's who the colonel general will be here.
          1. mitrich
            mitrich 22 August 2011 23: 08 New
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            SLAN
            about the "Junior Sergeant" with 30 messages ...
            With such an avatar - no wonder. It is as if I appeared on a women's site for single mothers with an avatar, which depicts a “device” of forty centimeters and the signature “MY”. The Marshals - no exams wink !
            True, it seems to me that the avatar of the "younger" is not a self-portrait wink .
            1. slan
              slan 22 August 2011 23: 18 New
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              Here it is)) Few people are trying to appreciate the essence ..
          2. solodova 23 August 2011 10: 58 New
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            I hang on this site because I like the topics and the way they are raised. I like that people here are adequate, smart (not flattery), and most importantly - not indifferent. That here ONLY THE MEN did not notice right away, (the head was ill about that). And when I realized that, you had to quietly abyss? I didn’t think my presence was annoying.
            Mitrich, (comment below), you surprised me, is my civic position not more important than gender? I understand that it’s not 15-year-old boys who are going to put pluses for avatars? If anyone bet, please minus the "same amount". I will not be offended, I DO NOT IMPORTANT WHICH CHIN I PUT ON, I am still a woman (I’m 30 years old), these are not my toys.
            Just understand, if everyone doesn’t care about everything that happens ("Are you a fool, do you need this Libya ?, I don’t know where it is .. look better, what kind of shine for the priests I bought .." and it already got me ... become like that?
            PS My profile picture, from my photo, but what the difference is ... I can put another ... it just seems to me that it’s easier to communicate if some image is associated with a person, and it’s easier to find your comment.


            ))))))))))))))))) slan, well done, I translated the arrows to the "Fifu" as if they were talking about the wrong orientation ... EAGLE !!!!)))))))), It’s direct how our authorities at the Manezh just realized ...))))))))))))
            Moderators, please devote me to the eternal privates.
            1. Smirnov Vadim 23 August 2011 11: 03 New
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              No, on the contrary I will add.
              I ask our girl not to offend!
              1. solodova 23 August 2011 11: 08 New
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                Thank you, of course, but now for sure ... they dislike ....
            2. mitrich
              mitrich 23 August 2011 11: 08 New
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              SOLODOVA,
              Your presence does not annoy anyone here, as well as comments ... We were just joking, nothing personal, so don’t be offended and do not give up well-deserved titles (no kidding).
              PS +1 for quick wits smile .
              1. solodova 23 August 2011 14: 20 New
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                Thank you, I will not be offended :-). You even flattered me, with an avatar ...
      2. slan
        slan 22 August 2011 22: 30 New
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        Why immediately flawed then? I’m not flawed minus, often for the cause.
        I put a few pluses in comfort)
        1. Superduck
          Superduck 22 August 2011 22: 35 New
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          Oh, man turned out to be, but why put everything everywhere, in a row?
          1. slan
            slan 22 August 2011 22: 41 New
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            Yes, if I put it somewhere, it’s not here and not in a row. In general, I put cons when there are many pluses.
            1. Superduck
              Superduck 22 August 2011 22: 56 New
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              Not the first and not the last, drove through.
              1. slan
                slan 22 August 2011 23: 04 New
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                Yes, these pluses, the right is empty, I mean. All one first general will never be worthy. Selyavy.
            2. zczczc
              zczczc 22 August 2011 23: 04 New
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              And I only cons minus cVM and put it to someone else, and then the latter is rare.
              When I see the avatar of cVM, it seems to me that Obama is saying this :)))))))

              Here, you see the minus below the cVM'a - this is mine :)
        2. solodova 23 August 2011 11: 07 New
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          Thanks, of course, but now I'm afraid for sure ... they will dislike ...
      3. Old Cat Basilio
        Old Cat Basilio 22 August 2011 23: 59 New
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        Do not be afraid, SuperDuck, as they say, there is no issue with Don (although I myself am from the Volga)! But in general, I’m glad that the guys from Ukraine are not indifferent to our internal Russian problems. So, not everything is lost yet!
    2. zczczc
      zczczc 22 August 2011 23: 02 New
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      You’re zero :)))
      And what did you want, on the contrary, to get signs?
    3. datur 22 August 2011 23: 02 New
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      mitrich, I, too, for Putin rating, in principle, to me puffed. of the 2 troubles choose the lesser. that's all. and Prokhorov is just-removed curse-.
  28. cVM
    cVM 22 August 2011 22: 21 New
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    sit like children and say put turnips do not put, you need to say the truth, that's how I and everyone in the minuses -410 but I do not care, I write the truth, bitter but the truth.
    1. zczczc
      zczczc 22 August 2011 23: 06 New
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      Oh, you still have everything ahead! KTV already has -1105. And the majority he earned, as I understand it, here:
      http://topwar.ru/6270-mif-o-sedoy-drevnosti-istorii-ukraincev.html
      1. slan
        slan 22 August 2011 23: 10 New
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        This, by the way, I have not put down a single one there yet)))
        That's who is still ahead))
  29. chehywed 22 August 2011 22: 21 New
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    If the alternation of "hairy-bald", then there will be no options. I put on an archaeologist. wink
  30. mitrich
    mitrich 22 August 2011 22: 38 New
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    cVM
    the problem is that few people read your truth winked ... Immediately put a minus and further with the eye. Reputation-C !!!
    1. slan
      slan 22 August 2011 22: 44 New
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      Do not flatter, everyone has their own truth.
      1. zczczc
        zczczc 22 August 2011 23: 10 New
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        And it seems to me that cVM is really a mishandled Cossack. By whom is a moot point. Look at the intonation, manners, psychological background - he writes as if not from himself personally.

        Either he is here to support disputes by introducing an alternative opinion, or he really works for the State Department :))) Although, here are the fools, if they pay him, there’s no sense in him, even minus one :)
  31. mitrich
    mitrich 22 August 2011 23: 18 New
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    Yes, I’m joking .. Did you friends seriously believe that I, an adult, almost a 40-year-old man, will seriously worry about the “pluses and minuses”.
    I started a topic, in general, because it is not clear when you read an interesting opinion (not necessarily your own, your own - it’s clear the thing, the most interesting wink ) and suddenly you see that the forum users smeared him with red.
    And just below the slogan of three words - but "+7" ...
    1. slan
      slan 22 August 2011 23: 22 New
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      That's when it will be vice versa, it will fit the alarm))
      And so it is as it should be in a democracy.
    2. Superduck
      Superduck 22 August 2011 23: 28 New
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      mitrich,
      I think I’ll have to come to terms. Or invite the developers of the site to enter a signature, then it’s worth adding “Death to the Pindos” and “Gaddafi lived, will live and will live”, “Milosevic, we will not forget you”
      wink
  32. merkawa
    merkawa 22 August 2011 23: 43 New
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    To summarize: The elections are a bluff, that under the Soviet regime, now (they still have the same at the feeder) they will either choose the current one or the prime minister (people will not have any other alternative. And any other type of candidate doesn’t live badly. they know this, some guess it’s like in the eastern bazaar (and bargain) But the Communist Party can be advised on one thing, finally change the leader (one chorism and no good for the party)
  33. figwam 23 August 2011 13: 51 New
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    It turns out we live from revolution to revolution, elections do not roll with us.
    1. kesa1111
      kesa1111 17 October 2011 03: 54 New
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      So the FSB counts the votes. Do you believe them?
  34. Max79 23 August 2011 21: 20 New
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    Yes, what is there to guess? A Popular Front was created in vain? A Popular Front! And how it sounds! Already goosebumps ... And call it the Official Union and Utu by ...
    A play on words no more ... The Popular Front, and inside there is the official bureaucratic alliance.
    I don’t know for whom it was done ... Already funny to God.
  35. His
    His 23 August 2011 23: 46 New
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    I think the movement of the country is set. In general, they are both good now. Defend the interests of the country, develop the Army, the economy, work fine
    1. kesa1111
      kesa1111 17 October 2011 03: 55 New
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      They develop corruption and theft, not the army and the economy.
  36. Smirnov Vadim 24 August 2011 08: 58 New
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    Once Vladimir Vladimirovich ™ Putin entered the office of President of the Russian Federation Dmitry Anatolyevich Medvedev. Dmitry Anatolyevich sat at the wide presidential table and carefully looked at the computer monitor screen.
    “Hey, bratello,” said Vladimir Vladimirovich ™, “What are you doing?”
    “I am looking for,” answered the President.
    “Che are looking for something,” asked Vladimir Vladimirovich ™, approaching Dmitry Anatolyevich.
    “Everything,” answered the President, “I am looking for everything.”
    - I did not understand ... - Vladimir Vladimirovich ™ was surprised, - Is that how it is all? Where are you looking for? In the Internet?
    “In Yandex,” the President answered, “They had said before that everything would be there.” But no one knew that it was true ... I, for example, had already found who killed Listiev ... and who beat Kashin too ...
    “Wow,” Vladimir Vladimirovich ™ shook his head. “And who killed Kennedy not there?”

    - It will be found, - Dmitry Anatolyevich nodded, - I have a whole list here, I have to look for something.
    And Dmitry Anatolyevich showed Vladimir Vladimirovich ™ on a sheet of stamped presidential paper, written in small handwriting.
    - Well, well ... - Vladimir Vladimirovich ™ took the sheet and began to read with interest, - Ivan the Terrible Library ... Amber Room ... Evidence of the existence of extraterrestrial civilizations ... um ... Loch Ness monster? Bratello! Well, what is this nonsense?
    - Why nonsense? - Dmitry Anatolyevich was a little offended, - And I think they are indexing the future. Here, I think, to find out whether the United States will default ...
    - What a default, bratello! - Vladimir Vladimirovich ™ exclaimed, pushing Dmitry Anatolyevich away from the table along with the chair, - Come on, let me go!
    Vladimir Vladimirovich ™ stood in front of the screen, moved his fingers and slowly typed on the keyboard:
    WHO WILL BE THE NEXT PRESIDENT?
  37. Ivan35
    Ivan35 24 August 2011 18: 57 New
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    Comrades! Just go and vote for the Communist Party - and convince all your loved ones!
    Of course, Putin will “win” - and he doesn’t seem like an enemy to me - he and his oligarchs are able to revive Russia - but we can push him in the right direction if we always (in the Duma and city bodies) always vote for the Communist Party.

    In case of victory of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation - there were opinions that there are no cadres and management teams - this is a mistake - the Lord God created a "reserve" of cadres and managers for Russia in fraternal Belarus - if it "wakes up" from the hassle! Lukashenko will simply be obliged to send all the “bloody gebnya” of Belarus to restore order in Russia in the event of the victory of the Communists — or I will be deeply disappointed in him. We just have to "import" the leadership of the security forces from the fraternal republic as a "fee" for feeding them all this time - this is the only way - our cadres are much more deeply affected by corruption
    1. Aktium
      Aktium 27 August 2011 12: 19 New
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      Ivan, you will never push Putin in the right direction. As he stole, he will steal. And Zyuganov is just a puppet of the Kremlin. For example, in Udmurtia, the first secretary of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, Bodrov, receives a salary from United Russia (budget money). The overwhelming majority in the Udmurt branch of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation is over forty. There are almost no young people. How are you going to influence Putin in this situation, at least in Udmurtia? Of course I do not have complete information, but it seems to me that the situation in Russia is no better. and the fact that half of the Communist Party went to the Semigin "Patriots".
    2. kesa1111
      kesa1111 17 October 2011 03: 58 New
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      An interesting idea, well, an original one, certainly, but how to implement it?
  38. Owl
    Owl 28 August 2011 14: 29 New
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    It remains only for the nomination of a national patriotic candidate in the near future or it will be given to vote for Zyugan (the traitor who gave the victory to EBN)
    1. kesa1111
      kesa1111 17 October 2011 04: 03 New
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      They will vote not for Zyuganov, but against Putin. In addition, the Communist Party announces nationalization, and EP steal even more.
  39. Owl
    Owl 30 August 2011 08: 51 New
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    When watching TV, the exemplary coverage of the activity of the GDP is noticeable, the “president with a human face” (traitor) is shown to a somewhat lesser extent and periodically provide information on the billionaire oligarch (on the Web, he even has some kind of polls on the 1st or 2nd -th place in the ranking)
  40. almost demobil 19 September 2011 16: 21 New
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    What kind of people do we have here? They curse the medveputes and prophesy victory for them. Yes, with this attitude Putin is destined to win.
  41. cyberspace 19 September 2011 17: 29 New
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    The list of candidates is not yet known - a pointless poll.
  42. Maksim
    Maksim 16 October 2011 16: 45 New
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    I am for Zyuganov.
  43. kesa1111
    kesa1111 17 October 2011 03: 48 New
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    For the tears of our mothers, for all the friends
    on this creature from the Kremlin FIRE.
  44. Maksim
    Maksim 19 October 2011 18: 55 New
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    my opinion of the Communist Party will save Russia
  45. lightforcer
    lightforcer 1 November 2011 14: 06 New
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    Putin will become president. But I will still vote for the Communist Party.
  46. Barbarian
    Barbarian 11 January 2012 18: 47 New
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    here you are soaring. everything has been decided for a long time