Alexander Lukashenko responded to the "thunderstorm" from the West

Alexander Lukashenko responded to the "thunderstorm" from the West In the conditions when the world is being shaken by the “Arab revolutions”, the war is going on in Libya, the threat of war in Syria has appeared, Alexander Lukashenko has proposed to give the CSTO additional powers. And just a year ago, the President of the Republic of Belarus (RB) categorically refused to participate in the joint work of the CSTO collective rapid reaction forces. Apparently, the reason is really serious, since Lukashenko surrendered to the position of the irreconcilable advocate of the sovereign rights of the Republic of Belarus.


Alexander Lukashenko really surprised, during a meeting with the Secretary General of the Collective Security Treaty Organization Nikolai Bordyuzha, the Belarusian President stated the need to change the format of the collective rapid reaction force (CRRF): “This is not only about the application of the CRRF in case of interference from other countries, but in the case of intervention by other states within the CSTO countries ... Of course, no one will go to war with us, but many people are itching to make a constitutional coup ”.

Apparently, the Belarusian leader took into account the situation in Libya, where the “neocolonialists”, applied a new type of operation to demolish the legitimate regime. With the help of “rebels”, who in the eyes of the world media are turned into heroic rebels fighting the “bloody regime”. It is clear that the same scheme can be used in the demolition of any regime in Central Asia, in the South Caucasus, Lukashenka himself is “popular” with the Western media, and Putin’s part of the Western public considers the agent “bloody gebni”, which revives “Mordor” - Russia.

According to the President of the Republic of Belarus, he discussed the topic of using the CORF in order to prevent revolutions in the CSTO states with the President of the Russian Federation D. Medvedev during his visit to Sochi. True, it is unlikely that Lukashenko could agree with Medvedev on this topic. Currently, the participation of the CRRF in internal political conflicts is not provided for by the statute. And many of the countries included in the CSTO, the condition for their entry into the organization, put this item. Although after Libya, perhaps someone will reconsider their views. For the first time about such a change, Lukashenko hinted, even after the coup in Kyrgyzstan, when they overthrew Bakiyev.

In principle, Lukashenka is right, the pro-Western forces have recently intensified greatly, both in Belarus and in Russia. Therefore, it is not necessary to wait until the West finishes Gaddafi, decides everything in North Africa, really hits Syria. One can be sure that the process of “democratization” and “modernization” will also affect the post-Soviet space. In all the republics there are the same problems as in the Arab countries: high unemployment, dissatisfaction with the authorities, national and religious conflicts. There are separatists, there is a pro-Western liberal opposition, radical Islamists, etc. It’s impossible to wait until the situation is out of control and a “revolution” comes, you need to take countermeasures.

Lukashenko’s proposal could be an important step in integrating the former republics of the Soviet Union. For real historical step. This would create a barrier to the aggressive plans of the West. According to the head of the Republic of Belarus, “military bases of foreign states in the CSTO member countries” must be deployed “with the consent of the Council of the CSTO Heads of State”. “The organization must be holistic and united,” the president of Belarus rightly noted. In fact, hinting at the inadmissibility of the double game waged by some members of the military-strategic alliance (for example, such as Kyrgyzstan). A number of countries continue to play their multi-vector games, in effect letting the “Trojan horses” of the North Atlantic Alliance into the CSTO territory in the form of US and Alliance military bases. It is difficult to disagree with the President of Belarus that this would indeed be a real “breakthrough in the activities of the CSTO if we implement all these measures.”

On the part of Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan, there has not yet been a reaction to the proposal of Minsk to jointly control the deployment of foreign military bases in the former Soviet Union. However, given the vicious inclination of our Central Asian "partners" to the most "flexible" foreign policy tacking and playing "multi-vector", it is easy to assume that it will take a long time to wait for a positive response, and if it does, it will be negative.

Therefore, Alexander Grigorievich, calculating such behavior of Central Asian "friends", suggested mercilessly cutting off "diseased organs" that impede new integration. At the same meeting with CSTO Secretary General Nikolai Bordyuzha, Belarusian leader Alexander Lukashenko called for the exclusion of the Republic of Uzbekistan from the Collective Security Treaty Organization. According to him, “if someone does not want to work and perform the statutory functions, then he must leave the organization and not interfere with the work of others.” Thus, the Belarusian president strongly urged to stop political correcting with the saboteurs of the integration processes.

According to the President of the Academy of Geopolitical Problems Leonid Ivashov, a similar mechanism a group of experts (which included it) was developed in 1992 year. This was necessary so that “on the most important international problems we would stand together.” But then this offer was rejected. At the same time, the question was raised about “internal insurrections and collective reaction” to them. And he was not supported - the proposal was rejected by the Foreign Ministry, headed by Kozyrev.

And the experience of using the CSTO forces in internal conflicts was. In the same Republic of Tajikistan, when, in fact, there was a real civil war. They helped to protect the border, and "participated in the opposition to local Wahhabis." Such forces could intervene in the events in Kyrgyzstan during the Osh massacre. According to the president of the Academy of Geopolitical Problems, “The Libyan scenario in the post-Soviet space is not a myth, but a real threat.”

Reference. Collective rapid reaction force (CRRF). These are joint military forces of the CSTO member states. It is believed that the CRRF is in a state of constant combat readiness to deal with emergency situations (ES), as well as foreign military aggression, terrorist activities, organized crime and drug trafficking. The composition of the CSOR: the Russian Federation, the Republic of Belarus, Armenia, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan. The agreement on the creation of the RRF was signed on February 4 of the year 2009. It is planned that the military base of the Collective Rapid Reaction Forces should consist of units and units of permanent combat readiness. They must be capable of mobile transfer to any point in the area of ​​responsibility of the Collective Security Treaty Organization. It is planned that the KSOR will also receive special forces in its membership, and they will be formed from internal affairs agencies or the police, units of internal troops, state security organs and special services, as well as emergency prevention and response agencies. The basis of the KSOR are subdivisions of the Russian Federation, Kazakhstan and the Republic of Belarus. From Russia - this is the 98-I Guards Airborne Division (in the Ivanovo Region), the 31-I Guards Airborne Assault Brigade (in the Ulyanovsk Region). Kazakhstan - 37-I airborne assault brigade (Taldykorgan), a battalion of marines. Belarus - special forces brigade. According to the 1 battalion from Armenia, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan. You can also enter the Ministry of Emergency Situations and the special forces of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. They are located in permanent places of dislocation. They are subordinate only to their national commands, and if necessary, coordination should take place at the CSTO level. At the end of 2009, the KSOR forces conducted large-scale exercises near the Kazakh-Chinese border, at the military range Matybulak.
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  1. LESHA pancake
    LESHA pancake 1 September 2011 07: 44 New
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    In any case, RUSSIA must be prepared for the Libyan scenario. Certainly in Brussels and Washington similar plans are being prepared in relation to RUSSIA.
    1. Igor Vladimirovich
      Igor Vladimirovich 1 September 2011 11: 03 New
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      When there is no agreement in the comrades, their case does not go smoothly (words from Krylov’s fable). And the countries of the former USSR will be split up, while it will allow and try to reduce the economic and geopolitical component to the provincial level. There is strength in faith and unity, but the format does not matter.
      1. nickname bj
        nickname bj 2 September 2011 22: 25 New
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        "When there is no agreement among the comrades, their work will not go smoothly" ...
      2. Marat
        Marat 5 September 2011 22: 39 New
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        Well said, Igor Vladimirovich!
    2. dmitri077
      dmitri077 28 January 2012 12: 54 New
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      "In any case, RUSSIA must be prepared for the Libyan scenario. Probably in Brussels and Washington are preparing similar plans in relation to RUSSIA." - What exactly will the "Libyan" scenario be expressed in Russia? and how to be prepared?
  2. ZEBRASH
    ZEBRASH 1 September 2011 07: 59 New
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    I agree, LESHA damn it. They have been dreaming about this for a long time. Our people have always rallied and united against the external enemy, but the struggle against the internal is always bloody and useless
  3. bels
    bels 1 September 2011 08: 06 New
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    I think such scenarios of "democratizers" have long been ready for all countries that are developing not for the sake of the United States. The CRRF should (if agreed) cover in these cases borders and airspace, as well as exclude the intervention of a "friendly" NATO bloc, provide space reconnaissance, etc. Old Man well done - looking into the future.
    1. Professor 1 September 2011 10: 27 New
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      What is the problem? Let us also undermine the system inside NATO and the USA. Only I'm afraid nothing will work out. Where fair elections are held, there will be no rebels. Democracy damn it!
      1. petor41
        petor41 1 September 2011 14: 37 New
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        Even the United States can be rocked! They have many contradictions within the country on which they can play, enmity between whites and blacks or between south and north. An obstacle can only be strong US special services, or simply no one needs it now!
        1. Professor 1 September 2011 16: 18 New
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          enmity between white and black

          They even have a black president. Where to next?
          South and North? Well this is generally funny. You have never been there.
          The only thing that interests them is work. As long as she is, no one can shake them.
          1. Superduck
            Superduck 1 September 2011 23: 43 New
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            In vain do you minus him, they are only interested in loot and not politics, or rather that part of politics as for the dough. Do not judge them from the words zadornov.
          2. Rico1977 2 September 2011 02: 08 New
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            And you're not just not very smart
      2. Dovmont
        Dovmont 1 September 2011 21: 11 New
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        Sorry! Do not understand! This is where you saw fair elections? IN USA?
        1. Professor 1 September 2011 22: 18 New
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          There, at least 2 parties really aspire to power and to the last it is not clear who will rule the country.
          The mayor of New York is chosen by the inhabitants of the city. How did it happen in St. Petersburg today? And in Moscow?
          Want to guess with 3 times who will be the president of Russia? Can you do the same trick with the US president?
          1. Anton S 6 September 2011 16: 58 New
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            -There at least 2 parties really claim power ...

            And as a maximum too. And for 200 years in a row. Only the first two (or three) were independent presidents, the rest were only on the party list from the Demoblikan (aka Republican) party.
      3. Rico1977 2 September 2011 02: 08 New
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        Is it in the USA that is fair elections? Do not tell, what did he study at Harvard?
        1. Professor 2 September 2011 08: 48 New
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          And specifically there is something to say? Any examples? Or one chatter?
      4. dmitri077
        dmitri077 28 January 2012 12: 57 New
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        “Let's go to NATO and the USA to undermine the system from the inside.” - +10 points! lol undermine Britain, Norway, Austria, the Netherlands, etc. from the inside ... pearl of the day! Bravo
    2. dmitri077
      dmitri077 28 January 2012 12: 55 New
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      "Old Man well done - looking into the future." - "father" has no future! lol how hard it is to understand ...
  4. Max. M.M
    Max. M.M 1 September 2011 08: 16 New
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    if the United States, NATO, the EU are planning something bad against Russia, then there will be a nuclear war!
    1. SLAVA 1 September 2011 08: 37 New
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      I think their gut is thin for a vigorous war. They will try to undermine us from the inside!
    2. panzersoldat
      panzersoldat 1 September 2011 15: 04 New
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      I think that both the EU and NATO will be afraid, even in the Russian army and not the best of times, but to wipe half of Europe off the face of the earth.
    3. Dovmont
      Dovmont 1 September 2011 21: 16 New
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      Are you sure that saving their skins and loot the Kremlin lads will not surrender Russia? Bastards like Gorbachev, Eltsin, Kozyrev, Chubais, Chernomyrdin at our tops even a dime a dozen!
      1. Rico1977 2 September 2011 02: 09 New
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        Chernomyrdin would not be included in this list ...
  5. Banshee 1 September 2011 08: 59 New
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    Undermining the inside is much more profitable. And for the money and everything else. And then in the event of a conflict, someone in the Strategic Missile Forces can not listen to our weak-willed and throw boots on the remote ....
  6. Owl
    Owl 1 September 2011 09: 23 New
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    Amer always try to "work" with maximum cost savings, as for Russia - "only Russians can defeat Russia", the enemies have been doing it all since 1985.
    1. ballian
      ballian 1 September 2011 10: 24 New
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      Where are you in Russia "enemies" see? Like who is against Putin (Gaddafi, Lukashenko, Obama, Merkel .... ... and so on) is that "enemy"?
      1. LESHA pancake
        LESHA pancake 1 September 2011 10: 36 New
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        And then everything is simple, at first people like NEMTSOV or KASPAROV and NOVODVORSK create an OPPOSITION GOVERNMENT somewhere in the village of Gadyukino they organize a couple of provocations, preferably with human casualties, then they start yelling to the whole world about the dictatorship in RUSSIA.
        1. ballian
          ballian 1 September 2011 10: 55 New
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          You fantasize, and very much - these characters are unable to consolidate people around themselves and raise them to revolt in Libya or Syria, and Nemtsov certainly is not a revolutionary.
          In Russia there are more or less power elections.,
          If anyone can throw off this power with popular unrest, then nationalists and leftists - so probably most readers of this site will be only satisfied.
          1. figwam 1 September 2011 16: 29 New
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            I personally heard how Novodvorskaya wanted Russia to be bombed a little, then the brains of the people will be replaced. And this lady will do anything for the purposes of the West.
            1. ballian
              ballian 1 September 2011 20: 02 New
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              I’m a direct dick - this Novodvorskaya was given to you - a direct giant of thought and democracy.
              1. figwam 1 September 2011 21: 18 New
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                Such a woman is hard to forget.
        2. Dovmont
          Dovmont 1 September 2011 21: 22 New
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          The trash listed by you is only capable of yapping, although they are capable of minor provocations. Only. For serious matters, they are linking.
  7. raf
    raf 1 September 2011 10: 22 New
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    That thunder from heaven had already fallen, and for someone it smelled of fried! Oh, dad! There would be no honest friends! Now you have to fear!
    1. panzersoldat
      panzersoldat 1 September 2011 15: 08 New
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      You would be silent. Belarusians are not such people as to bite each other. If you think that he is afraid of the Libyan option, then you are mistaken
      1. raf
        raf 1 September 2011 20: 28 New
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        What fright would I be silent with? I didn’t say a bad word about Belarus! And Lukashenko is afraid of losing power, as in any other ruler!
        1. panzersoldat
          panzersoldat 4 September 2011 15: 35 New
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          It does not seem to me that the Libyan option is possible in Russia or Belarus, but somehow I don’t want to be honest with Russia, it has too much shit. At first, they buzz that we are brothers, and then gas prices are higher than for Germany. I believe that it is high time to put all the points over the And -or we are friends and there are no price increases and accusations of parasitism, or we are just partners and we live by market relations, but then no talk of fraternity.
          As I understand it.
          1. raf
            raf 5 September 2011 09: 53 New
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            And honestly, it’s not very easy to be friends with Belarus. Lukashenko either cuddles, then suddenly turns around and climbs to cuddle with Europe. And they break his code there, again to us! How can I be friends here! I also think that it is time to put all the points above and. And as for the gas price, I think this: if we create a union state, then the price should be approximately the same throughout its territory (taking into account transportation). As I understand it, none of us is against friendship! Yes, something up there doesn’t agree!
            1. panzersoldat
              panzersoldat 5 September 2011 16: 47 New
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              And why in this world must be under Russia or under the United States. Can't you stay independent? Is it necessary to be a province of Russia or to be in the EU. America is trying to crush the whole world, Russia is trying to gather around itself at least a former union, but sometimes without asking. I am generally for integration, but on an equal footing. Somehow I don’t really want to be a servitor, especially not with a very good king.
              1. mitrich
                mitrich 5 September 2011 16: 56 New
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                panzersoldat,
                And you yourself, forming your own business and registering an LLC, having invested, say, 30 million rubles in the authorized capital, will you take a co-founder of a former classmate with 100 thousand? Or you’ll say: to hell with him, but at school we drank beer together, what abacus between friends!
                1. panzersoldat
                  panzersoldat 5 September 2011 21: 05 New
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                  I’ll take it. But we will immediately discuss with him who we are friends or business partners, otherwise Medvedev too often changes both his attitude to Belarus and its status. It is a pity that both Lukashenko and Medvedev do not yet fully understand the meaning of our integration. Better to be friends now.
                  1. mitrich
                    mitrich 5 September 2011 21: 12 New
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                    panzersoldat,
                    and if you extrapolate your neutral response to Russian-Belarusian relations smile ?
                    1. panzersoldat
                      panzersoldat 5 September 2011 21: 23 New
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                      Well, extrapolate, i.e., a lieutenant.
                      1. mitrich
                        mitrich 5 September 2011 21: 51 New
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                        panzersoldat,
                        Then consider your business to be ashes smile . They love the strong and smart, dear tanker, not the weak and stupid. Good luck with your business. wink !
                      2. panzersoldat
                        panzersoldat 5 September 2011 22: 02 New
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                        It seems that you do not belong to the section of the strong and smart. If a person runs out of arguments, he will resort to insults. You lost and are afraid to admit it.
                        Although I agree, the businessman is none of me. I thought that I was talking with an adult adequate person. Apparently I was wrong.
                      3. mitrich
                        mitrich 5 September 2011 22: 11 New
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                        panzersoldat,
                        Yes, drop it! I personally didn’t even mean you. If it’s absolutely GENERAL - do you really think that both fraternal economies (Russia and Belarus) can unite on an equal footing? After all, Belarus’s GDP is 3% of Russia's. That's what I meant.
                        And in general, you, it seems, just don’t know much.
                        What now, for example, gas srach with Ukraine? Ukrainians agree to merge Naftogaz with Gazprom, but 50% to 50%. This is ridiculous, in view of the fact that the capitalization of Naftogaz is ten times less than Gazprom's. Do you understand now?
                      4. panzersoldat
                        panzersoldat 5 September 2011 23: 20 New
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                        So you yourself answered all the questions. It turns out that Belarus can either be an appendage of Russia, or we will again “show off” (according to Russia) and impede our “mutually beneficial” cooperation. But somehow you don’t want to be an autonomous okrug within Russia.
                      5. mitrich
                        mitrich 5 September 2011 23: 35 New
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                        panzersoldat,
                        And what do you want? Should we not give a shit about formalities with you? Well, you are not Lukashenko and not the famous Kolya to worry about this.
                        I stop the discussion (discussion - exchange of views), remain at your convictions. It is not clear that everyone is so dreaming of a unification? According to you, this is 97% to 3% should join request .
                      6. panzersoldat
                        panzersoldat 6 September 2011 16: 27 New
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                        Yes, I'm not Kolya - I'm Dima. It’s just that someday Russia will finally rake up the remains of Belarusian enterprises and Belarus will finally become Russia's economic (if not territorial) appendage. Only if this happens now, everything that Russia inherited from this “sold-out” will stretch in its pockets. And if Lukashenko delays this moment by five years, maybe Russia will change by this time.
                        If I'm wrong, write. And good luck in business.
                      7. mitrich
                        mitrich 6 September 2011 16: 36 New
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                        panzersoldat,
                        I live in the Sverdlovsk region, which is the territorial and economic "appendage" of Russia, and I do not worry about it at all.
                        And also, a colleague. If you reflect the opinion of the overwhelming part of the fraternal republic, then there is nothing to fence the garden - even in the comments on this article. Let everyone then go their own way. It will not decrease from us, but whether Belarus will be happy in this case is another question ...
                        And yet, especially for you (maybe they don’t even talk about this in Belarus). At one time, in 1999, Mr. Lukashenko was a great guardian of the Union State, but only when the EBN chose him not as his successor did he "distance himself" from Russia. Thus, he proved that personal power for him is above the public good. This is true, tanker.
                      8. panzersoldat
                        panzersoldat 6 September 2011 16: 53 New
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                        I never heard that EBN could choose him as a successor. By the way, I live in the Mogilev region, which is an appendage of Belarus and do not regret that it is not in Russia.
                      9. mitrich
                        mitrich 6 September 2011 16: 56 New
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                        panzersoldat,
                        I am not disposed to joke on such serious topics.
                      10. panzersoldat
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                        I do not trust questionable information.
                      11. MichaelVl
                        MichaelVl 28 September 2011 11: 33 New
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                        I wonder who mitrich in dialogue with panzersoldat pointed out so many minuses ??

                        Mitrich absolutely correctly argues - in life you have to pay for everything (with money, interests) and ALL neighbors are friends / not friends (whether on the scale of individuals, and especially on the scale of the state), purely on the basis of some kind of personal interests. There is no “pink” delusional friendship built on naked chants about fraternal peoples and sweet love between nations (albeit fraternal), however sad it would be, but this is a fact, the law of life, so to speak :) This is what the situation is showing between the former republics of the USSR - each conducts its own policy based on its own interests! But for some reason, it turns out that everything is white and fluffy, and Russia is ugly, aggressive, vile, not fulfilling its obligations and much more. etc. This does not happen. All the fuss and fuss with insults is simply the emotions of offended weaker subjects.

                        So it turns out that the minuses were instructed (meaning, not supported) by the person (Mitrich), who simply said straightforwardly about pragmatism and explained that Russia is the strongest of the "USSR fragments." All minusculers are glad for fraternal relations on some kind of "equal" rights, but nobody understands how to build, unite, organize such relations. All smart and know everything, but THEY (in power) do not know or understand the fucker, they do everything through the ass. These are the guys who are busy with chants: “fraternal relations”, “union” ... And on the basis of what - they either keep silent or carry children’s talk and babble.

                        The Soviet Union was built by Russia, and over the years of its existence pushed far ahead of everyone who was part of the development! All these “fragments” have taken offense and now scream that they have also been offended and are still offended by the bloodthirsty Russia. Take off your pink glasses, screamers, and realize that nothing in life just happens. Who is with us, well done, we will be friends and work together, and everything will be fine with us! And who yells about grievances - forward to the West or to China, or somewhere else - we'll see how you will all be undressed there, partners :)

                        And I add in conclusion - I am FOR Russia, Belarus, Ukraine and Kazakhstan as one! I hope that our rulers will succeed in finding such threads that will bind us firmly and for a long time! And such strings are gradually found, examples of TS, CSTO.
  • panzersoldat
    panzersoldat 5 September 2011 21: 28 New
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    Excuse me but what is extrapolated?
    1. mitrich
      mitrich 5 September 2011 21: 34 New
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      Is that humor? Do not show your uncle on the adult site and aunt your weaknesses.
      I’ll try differently: to associate, to transfer one situation to another. Do you understand?
    2. panzersoldat
      panzersoldat 5 September 2011 21: 40 New
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      Moved, and what do I see? But I see that everything will remain so. We will be friends until the first minor quarrel.
  • panzersoldat
    panzersoldat 5 September 2011 21: 34 New
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    I do not want to seem illiterate, but I venture to ask you, as a senior in rank, what does "extrapo ..." mean
  • MichaelVl
    MichaelVl 28 September 2011 11: 57 New
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    Panzersoldat,
    In the USSR, too, all the republics were "servants" in Russia?
    Have you forgotten (or maybe you didn’t know at all) that the USSR was organized by Russia? :) And what impetus did she give to all the republics in development, often at her own expense?
    Be independent, who's stopping you along with your Lukashenko?!? But it doesn’t work for you and your dad to be completely independent (as indeed for everyone in this world), the only question is that someone is experiencing an inferiority complex on this subject, and someone perceives this as a nature and lives normally , benefits and enjoys life! ;)
  • Banshee 1 September 2011 10: 30 New
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    Quote: ballian
    Where are you in Russia "enemies" see? Like who is against Putin (Gaddafi, Lukashenko, Obama, Merkel .... ... and so on) is that "enemy"?


    No, well, not worth all the eggs in one basket! Eco you all mixed ...
  • Crazyzy
    Crazyzy 1 September 2011 10: 53 New
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    Of course, the "Old Man" is right! Powers should be expanded as quickly as possible against the backdrop of the aggressive policies of NATO and Japan in the Far East. If we add to this the EU’s impudent attack "The EU Declaration on the occasion of the European Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Totalitarian Regimes" with the "trial" of Russia for its own crimes in the USSR. Libya is too serious a “bell” to ignore it. ”NATO has become too aggressive and brazen to behave, one cannot get rid of tales about“ democracy ”here.
    And the North-West region, the Far North, the Arctic for Europe is a very attractive “Piece”, there are many energy resources, both open and not used, and “cut off this piece” (when dismembering Russia). will be one of the paramount tasks. American companies are already working there with our Lukoil and Rosneft. So that "Touch" is already there.
  • AleksUkr 1 September 2011 11: 04 New
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    “The Libyan scenario in the post-Soviet space is not a myth, but a real threat” - No one doubts this. No wonder this issue was worked out 20 years ago. And they rejected him out of thought. They were obviously afraid that the comrades-in-arms would help restore order in our country. Events in Africa, and even earlier in other areas, show that democratizers are not burdened with moral principles. For them, the main thing is to protect their interests anywhere in the world. And there is nothing to blame Lukashenko. He always defends the interests of his country. And we constantly substitute him. Even if you don’t wait for a positive response from the Central Asian republics, the question should be worked out and we are obliged to protect the interests of, above all, Russia, and be prepared to counter all possible directions. We have too many enemies and ill-wishers. True, our leadership probably does not think so. The situation in the world is changing very quickly. And the rearmament of our army is planned until 2020. Although, with the current attitude of Mr. Field-Maker Taburetkin, this period is also problematic. It would not be too late. Whose mill is it pouring water into?
  • Max. M.M
    Max. M.M 1 September 2011 11: 28 New
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    If the Russian government would be smarter, it would destroy the Americans with their own weapons. That is, before the presidential election, the United States bribed for a lot of money, or was hypnotized in some way, by the future president of the United States, and if the President of America starts the election, then he executed all the orders of the RF!
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    dmb 1 September 2011 12: 03 New
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    Old Man, a thinking person. Of course, he will cope with his assholes. But after Libya, the scenario of "armed rebels" from private military companies, covered from above by "air democracy" is quite real. In Chechnya, he did not pass, because still there is nuclear weapons.
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    go_by 1 September 2011 13: 31 New
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    With Russia, everything is more complicated. This is not Libya. I also understand the mausoleum of plywood. But St. Basil's Cathedral ?! Although what the hell is not joking. Maybe the Turks already somewhere in Germany are working with jigsaws ...
  • ZEBRASH
    ZEBRASH 1 September 2011 14: 29 New
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    I think that the "Libyan scenario" in Russia is very difficult to implement. The Russians had enough of the upheavals of 1991, and it is clear what this led to, and many support Putin and his government. In Libya, Gaddafi stayed in power and many tired. And then there is the indignation in neighboring countries, and even the incitement of pendos and the EU.
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      panzersoldat 1 September 2011 15: 12 New
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      It may not reach the Pavstans, but they can undermine the economy or cause strikes.
  • zczczc
    zczczc 1 September 2011 15: 53 New
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    Old Man lives on the edge of problems. Everything that happens to Belarus is our future when Putin completely sells oil and gas, with the only difference being that if we can now keep Belarus under the “drip”, then there will be no one to keep us.
  • figwam 1 September 2011 16: 39 New
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    You represent NATO bases in Belarus. Belarus is our real ally, let there be more military exercises with them. Belarus cannot survive without Russia, it will be worse against the West and without them.
  • APASUS 1 September 2011 21: 41 New
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    I read it and came to the conclusion. It’s unlikely that there will be a direct confrontation with Russia. There is gas and oil, nuclear weapons, and an unpredictable rush of the Russian soul! Hungry and angry people will quickly cross any border - Europe is nearby! and democratic values ​​will not stop, I think even an increase in the flow of shit from the beloved zombie box will go! It will be difficult to defeat the Russian man, but to give him a new goal in the form of green money and a bunch of beautiful devices, replace national pride with complaisance is the main goal of the West. And then we will exchange our oil for life in the western "paradise" ............... without war, noise and dust .............. !! !
  • merkawa
    merkawa 1 September 2011 23: 00 New
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    Old Man caught the smell of fried and makes moves like a true chairman of the state farm, and senile senility is already affected by the presumptuous prince (nothing personal)
  • SAVA
    SAVA 1 September 2011 23: 31 New
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    Sooner he came to his senses or later, the main thing came to his mind !!! And Ukraine would join the "union". and it would not hurt to create something like "DND". Or give the Cossacks more authority (so that in the event of something they do not say that the authorities are shooting at the "rebels"), so that they restore order according to the people, people know the scum in their city, the order will gradually come. And the Libyan scenario will not work with us.
  • Rico1977 2 September 2011 02: 28 New
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    I agree with the Old Man. One must think how to deal with such revolutions. The Internet, traitors and a crowd of fools (or mercenaries) - and here the scenario of the revolution is ready in Russia too. With a huge mass of passive population. Didn’t you understand that a new scenario of the Orange Revolution was tested in Libya - this is when it is impossible to arrange a bloodless change of power in supposedly democratic elections, and then one part of the country is pitted against another, and it raced. Guess who is running in for? We have all the voices about the revolution coming up - well, here's one of the parties to the conflict. Give these people (who completely consider themselves Russian, and who want good things for Russia, probably) money, weapons, information and military support - and here we are in Libya. Well, they’re getting ready for the 12th year - Putin will most likely win too, and then the crowds of angry (both prepared in advance and information, and who military) will start a mutiny somewhere in Siberia. Some kind of transitional council will be created, out of incomprehensible persons (the liberals have already lit up, we need unknown ones). Selling generals and officials will start to buy up and run across, the army too - we do not like the core, we want a better life - more democratic. And all this under the deafening applause of the West on all news channels. And even if the rebels do not win, the country will fall into at least two parts (and the one that immediately will be friends with the West with resources). As an option - it’s very possible. Well, think what is more important to you, but I’d better go shoot such rebels - the rulers come and go, and I have one country.
  • Alex_dnepr 2 September 2011 11: 23 New
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    Well done Lukashenko!
    Ukraine - Belarus - Russia - brothers, we support you, we need to unite.
    It may even be possible to create, in opposition to NATO, a united bloc that will include the CIS countries, China, Cuba, Idia, Muslim countries, and the rest, and others. To lure the NATO countries that come to their senses to themselves.
    By the way, what, Ukraine is not included in the CRRF ??? ((((
    Yes, and we must HARDLY suppress all sorts of revolutions, putsches, rebels!
    By the way, you can not only stop interference from outside in your own countries, but also organize it in other countries: (USA, Great Britain, France, Italy, Canada, etc.) let your tricks and coups darn.
    Enough to defend yourself, to resist information warfare and other threats, it’s time to put all this out to THEIR territory!
  • bydlo
    bydlo 2 September 2011 16: 12 New
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    You need to start from the base, the basics as you want to call it, and our base is our children. With a modern education, in 15-20 years we won’t need to win ... Such friends as Mr. Fursenko, and no enemies are needed, ALREADY is routine of our children ... because it’s easy to manage cattle, show your finger on the TV and laugh behind the scenes (how cool it is). And then it’s by chance to say that you’re not a people now, but that the population and the land are now not yours, but that it belongs to all the people of the earth and it’s cool and ass licking Pindos is cool too ... and everything is cool with us, you just eat burgers and drink Coke !!!!!!!!!! And I respect Grigoryevich
  • Shqvarqi
    Shqvarqi 2 September 2011 17: 22 New
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    Most of the "western" countries of the world, where there is a sufficiently developed class of "elite" that can influence the decisions of their leader in foreign policy, naturally think about

    WELLBEING FOR YOURSELF.
    In Belarus, there is no elite, there is an authoritarian leader. NOT the worst, note. As in all territories of the post-Soviet space. Where after the collapse of the USSR, no

    there were simply no class or social groups, and power was in the hands, call it what you like (scum, cunning, rich, etc., etc.) but certainly strong people. Somebody

    of them it turned out to be smarter, someone is a larger business executive, someone is weaker than the rest. (Kuchma, Akayev, Shevarnadze). The term of their reign depended on this. (no matter helped them in this

    Western countries or not). But no regime can be overthrown from the outside, with the help of the "orange" revolutions, if there are no prerequisites for this within the country itself. Strong mode can

    to overthrow only by real force, a full-scale military action. (Iraq, Libya)
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      ShqVarqi,
      I support :)
  • Shqvarqi
    Shqvarqi 2 September 2011 17: 22 New
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    In Russia and some CIS countries, the so-called "elite groups", the premises of the ruling class, are only just beginning to be laid.
    "Elite groups" are small groups of people united by financial or ideological interests that influence the domestic and foreign policies of their country.
    In Russia, the "Oligarchs" in the Caucasus - clans. (Aliyevs, teip Kadyrovs)

    Belarus also has its own "elite group" - I can assume that it consists of 5-10 people (no more), mainly from law enforcement agencies.
    Now they prefer not to shine, but do all the work due to the mass of dissatisfied, in connection with the economic crisis. They are already fed up with Lukashenko’s policy, which is not shared

    power, and does not allow anyone to the state feeding trough. As Putin did for example. (flexible politician)
    That’s why Lukashenko raised the theme of the use of the CRRF in order to prevent coups within the CSTO states, as he is afraid of an armed rebellion supported by the security forces.
    Another thing, but will the countries of CRRF do this?
    The prospects for external intervention from the West are very small. Near by Russia, it is unlikely. Only indirect support of the opposition with finances and “weapons”.
  • Comrade
    Comrade 2 September 2011 17: 31 New
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    The Libyan scenario is a new project of the United States to overthrow all unwanted regimes around the world ... The colorless, bloodless revolutions did not live up to expectations .... they either failed, or after a while pro-Western regimes lost power and wobble in society .. ..Now, the “democrats” come forward with the military support of the United States and NATO .... something like that: whoever voluntarily and joyfully does not accept our government will be destroyed in the name of democracy and freedom .... And then the main thing for the West is to recapture the money ... for example, as in Libya - the French desire for democracy miraculously turns into 35% of the oil industry ...
  • Shqvarqi
    Shqvarqi 2 September 2011 17: 33 New
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    I give an explanation, in Russia there is an elite group (created by the leader himself - Putin, which helped him to maintain power and stabilize the situation in the country) Ten is better than one.
    In Belarus - there are only prerequisites for it (dissatisfied), and ALL
    power belongs to the authoritarian leader - Lukashenko.

    This is only my opinion on this article.
  • nickname bj
    nickname bj 2 September 2011 22: 38 New
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    As Roosevelt said: “Samos, of course, is a son of a bitch, but he is our son of a bitch ...”
    The same can be said about our leadership. We must educate it ...
  • oper66
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    Neither the United States nor the EU will conduct a military operation against Russia. Do you think that the usa or england needs our territories in their composition? no / they only need full control over resources. !!!!! they are not going to accept us as part of their state and to give their citizenship !!!!. the period of direct colonization has long passed, NEOCOLLONIZATION is being carried out, in fact, in our country and on the territory of the CIS it has been completed, it has only stalled a bit, they (the imperialists) own everything and the Central Bank and the mining industry, only leave the appearance of statehood and sovereignty so that the masses did not raise the butch. because neocolonization is much more effective and less unprofitable for them, and the managers Ebnshchiks appointed by them during his reign coped successfully with their duties, but Putin and his team who succeeded him tasted the taste of power and money and did not want to give everything to them completely and obey their commands, and indeed Strengthening the army has only a rejection of the anger of the people, since the army is the main sign of statehood and guarantees independence, but I will make a reservation once again in essence the CIS countries and Russia, including those who are already NEOCOLONIZED, and they are not going to disrupt energy supplies. But in the case of national-patriotic power coming to power and the threat of their property and control over their (our) resources !!! no one is going to carry the colored revolutions to us under the guise of some ideas of democracy, AND WILL TAKE A FULL-SCALE WAR WITH APPLICATION OF ALL TYPES OF WEAPONS AND NUCLEAR AND CHEMISTRIES, TO CONSUMPTION OF THE PEOPLE THERE ARE CONSIDERABLE TO IT THIS IS SO DEAR !!!. Based on the foregoing, the sense of the ongoing reforms in the army of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of public health and other areas of state activity also follows, there is a slow almost imperceptible rejection of the social state, little by little we add poison so that we do not die immediately, but get used to our future prepared for them, stupid an uneducated society for servicing enterprises of the raw material industry, incapable of understanding its status and obedient to any order of overseers at the direction of true owners.