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Graduates of the Lugansk Police School gave the oath of allegiance to the people of the LC

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In the capital of the LC, solemn events dedicated to graduates of the Lugansk School of Police Training were held. Lugansk police officers who swore allegiance to the Lugansk People’s Republic, received a 31 graduate from a specialized educational institution of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the LPR. The head of the school, Colonel Gennady Grinevich, and the Minister of Internal Affairs of the LNR, Colonel Igor Cornet, took part in the graduation ceremony.

Graduates of the Lugansk Police School gave the oath of allegiance to the people of the LC


Lugansk Information Center quoted from the speech of Colonel Cornet:
This day is significant in the life of not only cadets, but also the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the whole Republic. They, today's graduates, become the pioneers of this honorable profession. This is a very serious burden and a very serious responsibility to our citizens, to the people of the Republic.




The cadets received certificates of the LNR police officers and swore an oath about serving the interests of the people of the Lugansk People’s Republic.

The head of the school, Gennady Grinevich, read out an order to encourage the most distinguished graduates of the Lugansk police school.

Among the graduates there are both representatives of the youth, and very experienced professionals, who previously served in the Ukrainian police, and now have passed Lugansk re-certification and received officer shoulder straps.

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  1. igor67
    igor67 13 June 2015 16: 27
    -2
    To be honest, I don’t understand a damn thing, this week the leaders of the DNI of the LC declared that they are part of Ukraine, only require a revision of the Constitution, when will the games of politicians end ?,
    1. MIKHALYCH1
      MIKHALYCH1 13 June 2015 16: 31
      +50
      Quote: igor67
      This week, the leaders of the DNI and LC declared that they are part of Ukraine,

      So it will be .. They are part of Ukraine, that's just another! And I’m sure that it will be so soon .. hi
    2. dmi.pris
      dmi.pris 13 June 2015 16: 38
      +6
      End when the banderlog is bent ...
      Quote: igor67
      To be honest, I don’t understand a damn thing, this week the leaders of the DNI of the LC declared that they are part of Ukraine, only require a revision of the Constitution, when will the games of politicians end ?,
      1. Vasek Trubachev
        Vasek Trubachev 13 June 2015 20: 40
        +2
        In this regard, the leaders of New Russia have already given positive explanations, and said that they had left these points as before in the constitution of dill, saying that it was not in their competence to change the constitution ... So everything is fine! But another thing pleases, the LNR cadets became police officers, not militiamen as in Ukropia and the former traffic police, they called the traffic police in Russia (see http: //lifenews.ru/watch-live)
        1. far
          far 14 June 2015 05: 26
          +1
          But it is necessary that there would be no schools, but academies. When the Soviet government began the formation of military academies (and where Chapaev studied), it became clear to everyone - this is serious and for a long time.
        2. antikilller55
          antikilller55 14 June 2015 18: 58
          0
          And what's so good about that? Work better than steel or what? What do you dislike about the police?
    3. serezhasoldatow
      serezhasoldatow 13 June 2015 16: 52
      +3
      They know that the Nazis will not accept this, but at the international level an agreement with the regime. In Europe, they scratch turnips.
    4. Homo
      Homo 13 June 2015 17: 15
      +8
      Quote: igor67
      To be honest, I don’t understand a damn thing, this week the leaders of the DNI of the LC declared that they are part of Ukraine, only require a revision of the Constitution, when will the games of politicians end ?,

      And you read carefully! In the United States, each state has its own police and laws, but it is part of the United States. And in the UK, Scotland also has everything, and at the same time it is part of the UK! One another is not a hindrance (if the LPR will still become part of Ukraine)!
    5. RUS96
      RUS96 13 June 2015 17: 18
      +3
      h6ttps: //instagram.com/p/33TnOjI1wH/
      Galustyan voices saakashvivi laughing
    6. RUSS
      RUSS 13 June 2015 17: 26
      +6
      Quote: igor67
      To be honest, I don’t understand a damn thing, this week the leaders of the DNI of the LC declared that they are part of Ukraine, only require a revision of the Constitution, when will the games of politicians end ?,

      And the next day, both declare that they see the future of the republics only as part of Russia. request
      1. Altona
        Altona 13 June 2015 19: 41
        +4
        Quote: RUSS
        And the next day, both declare that they see the future of the republics only as part of Russia.

        ----------------------
        The organization of the law enforcement system and the name, even the form, is a complete tracing-paper with the Russian, as I understand it ...
        1. RUSS
          RUSS 13 June 2015 21: 42
          +1
          Quote: Altona
          even the form is full of tracing paper from the Russian, as I understand it ...

          Heraldry and symbolism stylized completely to Russian.
        2. antikilller55
          antikilller55 14 June 2015 18: 59
          0
          Chevrons are like our cops, and the form on the Ministry of Emergency Situations seems to me more similar.
    7. iliitchitch
      iliitchitch 13 June 2015 18: 29
      +5
      Is there a place in the Galaxy somewhere where the words "politics" and "gamna" are not synonymous?
    8. demo
      demo 13 June 2015 20: 07
      +6
      Ukraine, i.e. Kiev, also stated that the Donbass - part of Ukraine, and on it with bombs, shells.
      Is that clear?
      1. kodxnumx
        kodxnumx 13 June 2015 20: 26
        +1
        I think that after the EU renews sanctions, Russia’s roots will change its policy towards Donbass. So I think the oath is appropriate for the new LPR police officers of this particular republic. And Russia will not allow such a Ukraine to live in Bandera. This is the land of Kievan Rus. But not how not Golechins!
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    11. Barberry
      Barberry 13 June 2015 20: 40
      +1
      These are all elements of a "polite" war - the invaders will not have time to come to their senses as they will be politely soaked in the toilet))))
    12. 205577
      205577 14 June 2015 05: 09
      +3
      Never.
      The whole trouble is that in the LPR and DPR, as events show, there is no such unity in understanding the ultimate goal as it was in Crimea and there is no such unity of people and power.
      They (the LPR and the DPR), unfortunately, even under bombardments, are trying not only to survive, but also to grab a piece of power from themselves.
      Look, in spite of everything, they continue to "flirt" with the Kiev junta at the political level: they do not want to clearly declare their secession; Russian Crimea in the draft of the Ukrainian Constitution as Ukrainian was registered; They also do not want to join the Russian Federation, and there are enough other examples.
      In my opinion, the characteristic feature of Ukrainians is too prevailing in the LPR and the DPR, namely the desire for a freebie, and the eternal attempt to sit on one F ... in two chairs.
      So, while they receive humanitarian convoys from Russia and immediately try to "bargain" with Kiev, there will be a lot of "incomprehensible" things for us.
      Just in case, I would like to remind you that the unforgettable comrade Yanukovych also could not decide on anything and tried to sit on two chairs.
      At present, the LPR and DPR are for Russia the same fighters for "Russian values" as Ukraine presents itself to the West as a defender of "European values." There is a certain element of blackmail in this.
      The LPR and the DPR must be clearly understood, we will not abandon them, but there is a confrontation, they are in this confrontation between a rock and a hard place, if they do not want to be flattened, they will have to unambiguously take sides. They themselves have very little chance. Just imagine WHAT will happen if Russia "turns away" for a second.
    13. stapler 2
      stapler 2 14 June 2015 07: 13
      +1
      hmm ... yes ... and they also called Crimea as part of dill ... how they screamed, how all our media screamed, this is a passage, but don’t bomb it, don’t shoot, they shove it
      with two legs back to the banderlogs, the LC and the DNI abut as they can, physical destruction is not a joy to anyone, in short neither our squeezers need nor dill, between two fires,
      and all of us talk about Minsk agreements, but they wanted to spit on banderlogs for all this bullshit
      ... sad everything somehow
  2. Kos_kalinki9
    Kos_kalinki9 13 June 2015 16: 29
    +11
    While Kuev rave about a single outskirts in the LDNR build the state. Everyday and without excessive pathos.
    1. igor67
      igor67 13 June 2015 16: 59
      -1
      Quote: Kos_kalinki9
      While Kuev rave about a single outskirts in the LDNR build the state. Everyday and without excessive pathos.

      How? And to hell? Who will sponsor? This is of course not a beautiful question, but from life, since everywhere Lavrov declares that the DNI and LC are part of Ukraine who will pay. This is not just a question, you can shout like here on the site that they are ready to eat the earth, in reality, who is ready? What have you achieved? I will give an example of the same Sumy and Chernihiv regions closer to Moscow than the Donbass, from my city to Moscow in a straight line 800 km, and if there NATO puts missiles and not in the Donbass, and believe me, there people already have a negative attitude towards Russia. Is there any reasonable solution? Please, without screaming, it is wise to approach
      1. testerman
        testerman 13 June 2015 17: 21
        +17
        Let's be objective about the negative attitude towards Russia.

        This trend is not the first year, being in the Poltava region, the district center Lokhvitsa in 2010 already noticed an unfriendly mood towards the citizens of the Russian Federation. The most light example is the refusal to speak at the reception in Russian. For your information, there were already engravings of Shukhevych on the square. Mazepa, Bandera and Konovalets made in stone. So do not tell that it started only today. It started a long time ago.

        While still a child in the 80s, coming to my grandmother on vacation in Zhitomir, I understood the difference between my friends from Siberia and that environment. There was always a desire to take grandparents with them to Siberia and no longer come to Ukraine
        1. igor67
          igor67 13 June 2015 17: 40
          -8
          Quote: testerman
          Let's be objective about the negative attitude towards Russia.

          This trend is not the first year, being in the Poltava region, the district center Lokhvitsa in 2010 already noticed an unfriendly mood towards the citizens of the Russian Federation. The most light example is the refusal to speak at the reception in Russian. For your information, there were already engravings of Shukhevych on the square. Mazepa, Bandera and Konovalets made in stone. So do not tell that it started only today. It started a long time ago.

          While still a child in the 80s, coming to my grandmother on vacation in Zhitomir, I understood the difference between my friends from Siberia and that environment. There was always a desire to take grandparents with them to Siberia and no longer come to Ukraine
          So what ? I came to Penza in the 70s, they asked me to speak Ukrainian and did the same, and what? Yes, it started a long time ago, only politicians used it in theirs, maybe someone remembers that the Muscovites didn’t really like the visitors, most importantly and how it uses, you can at least drown in the minuses, but God forbid if the staffers push rockets in the Sumy region for example? It doesn’t depend on me, but 800 km. Why was it necessary to bet on Yanukovych, a man twice convicted of robbery? This is a big mistake, in fact, no one forbade the Russian language, they spoke and talk, it’s just talk, look at all the statements of the same leaders of the right sector, all in Russian, we are one people, and when they say the Americans are to blame for the war, that the Americans are sad there, there are only Russians from Kiev and Moscow Russia.
          1. Vladimirets
            Vladimirets 13 June 2015 19: 21
            +5
            Quote: igor67
            In fact, no one forbade the Russian language, they spoke and speak it

            Igor, I can also speak English in my village with my neighbor Petrovich, but this does not mean that I can communicate in English or write a complaint to a traffic cop.
            1. Revolver
              Revolver 13 June 2015 20: 12
              +7
              But in the United States, which the junta seems to see as a model, almost all application forms, especially in the social sphere, are duplicated in Spanish. And ballots too, although it would seem that non-citizens do not have the right to vote, and in order to obtain citizenship, even absolutely legal immigrants "must demonstrate knowledge of English." For those who are not afraid, it is possible to simply have an interview with an immigration officer as part of a general interview in the naturalization process. And whoever is afraid, pass the test in advance (which, in principle, can be learned with very limited knowledge of English) and come with a piece of paper and an interpreter (!!!), so the interviewer DOES NOT HAVE the RIGHT (!!!) to find fault with the lack of knowledge of the language ...
              So if America practically uses Spanish as the second official language, God himself ordered Urkaine, all the more so since the Russian language is not so far from Ukrainian. Rather, on the contrary, Ukrainian surzhik is not so far from the Russian literary language; in fact, Ukrainian was artificially made from a rural Western Ukrainian dialect of the Russian language.
          2. Kilo-11
            Kilo-11 13 June 2015 20: 29
            +4
            Do not repeat the Polish ideological cliches, when there was no Muscovite Russia, but there was the Moscow principality with the capital in Moscow, thus being an integral part of one big Russia. You note Russian concepts, Russia did not go from the Kiev principality, but from the Lord Veliky Novgorod.
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          4. Azovian
            Azovian 14 June 2015 09: 25
            +2
            Russian language in dill in schools has not been taught for 2 years. And literature too. Even in the foreign literature section. And last year, in Mariupol, at a checkpoint, an Ukropovskiy soldier with a submachine gun at the ready shouted to my wife: Razmovlyayu sovereign language, bitch! They try to burn out the Russian language, eradicate it by any means. In the Sumy region you mentioned. There are 3 villages with Russians near Boromlei. These are the descendants of the descendants of the participants in the famous "Strelets' riots". Sent here by the will of the sovereign. They still speak the Old Russian language. How are they pinched?
        2. iliitchitch
          iliitchitch 13 June 2015 20: 19
          +5
          The bastard must be called the bastard, the arrogant people - the arrogant people. From rearrangement, the meaning will not change. Let them devour their full hat. They deserve it. I don’t feel any pity for kaklam, kick me, but I don’t!
      2. Sanitary
        Sanitary 13 June 2015 18: 00
        +2
        Quote: igor67
        Quote: Kos_kalinki9
        While Kuev rave about a single outskirts in the LDNR build the state. Everyday and without excessive pathos.

        How? And to hell? Who will sponsor? This is of course not a beautiful question, but from life, since everywhere Lavrov declares that the DNI and LC are part of Ukraine who will pay. This is not just a question, you can shout like here on the site that they are ready to eat the earth, in reality, who is ready? What have you achieved? I will give an example of the same Sumy and Chernihiv regions closer to Moscow than the Donbass, from my city to Moscow in a straight line 800 km, and if there NATO puts missiles and not in the Donbass, and believe me, there people already have a negative attitude towards Russia. Is there any reasonable solution? Please, without screaming, it is wise to approach

        Just do not need dirt! I am a Muscovite and always relate to Ukrainians (and generally to visitors). And, here that Muscovites are hated in regions, these are already problems of regions.
        1. igor67
          igor67 13 June 2015 18: 05
          +2
          Quote: Sanitary
          Quote: igor67
          Quote: Kos_kalinki9
          While Kuev rave about a single outskirts in the LDNR build the state. Everyday and without excessive pathos.

          How? And to hell? Who will sponsor? This is of course not a beautiful question, but from life, since everywhere Lavrov declares that the DNI and LC are part of Ukraine who will pay. This is not just a question, you can shout like here on the site that they are ready to eat the earth, in reality, who is ready? What have you achieved? I will give an example of the same Sumy and Chernihiv regions closer to Moscow than the Donbass, from my city to Moscow in a straight line 800 km, and if there NATO puts missiles and not in the Donbass, and believe me, there people already have a negative attitude towards Russia. Is there any reasonable solution? Please, without screaming, it is wise to approach

          Just do not need dirt! I am a Muscovite and always relate to Ukrainians (and generally to visitors). And, here that Muscovites are hated in regions, these are already problems of regions.

          Why regions? The first time I came to Moscow in 79 and clearly recognized the hostility to nonresident people, we should not divide it into Ukrainians and Russians, we should look for ways of rapprochement,
          1. iliitchitch
            iliitchitch 13 June 2015 19: 15
            +2
            You just don’t have to be a mask in the shower. I think the problem is that a resident of a big city, figuratively speaking, can pull impunity in the subway, and no one will notice it. But in the provinces this number on the bus will not work. There they will not only think badly, but also say.
          2. Vladimirets
            Vladimirets 13 June 2015 19: 21
            +4
            Quote: igor67
            it’s not necessary to divide into Ukrainians and Russians it is necessary to look for ways of rapprochement,

            I’ll put it for this +, only the desire must be mutual, you won’t be forcibly sweet.
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            2. siberalt
              siberalt 13 June 2015 20: 51
              +2
              The path to rapprochement, or rather to restoration, is only one - a common big trouble. Nothing so effectively restores family ties. By the way, Zhvanetsky has such a monologue about friendship between citizens of the USSR against the power of the CPSU. Not really about that, but the essence is the same.
              1. iliitchitch
                iliitchitch 13 June 2015 21: 10
                +2
                "If there were an enemy, we will clench ourselves into a fist.
                And without the enemy there’s confusion,
                Decay ...
                Quiet on the western front. "

                Words from the song of my friend. Well said.
              2. Corcap
                Corcap 13 June 2015 21: 13
                +1
                Quote: siberalt
                By the way, Zhvanetsky has such a monologue about friendship between citizens of the USSR against the power of the CPSU.

                Like that "made friends" before the collapse of the USSR? After all, whatever it was, the Communist Party of the Soviet Union was an ideological "bond" ...
          3. voronbel53
            voronbel53 13 June 2015 19: 56
            +5
            They do not like them, but not to the same degree: "a mask for a gilyak" ... And the fact that the Muscovites did not like the newcomers was that a lot of food and, in general, were imported to Moscow, and residents neighboring regions and, in general, visitors took all this stuff back to their homes, no one would like the constant queues - Muscovites were hostages of the system existing under the USSR, although they were in a privileged position, for which their visitors did not like ... But to fight, to justify the murder of their own the people, this is purely on the conscience of the Svidomo and their rulers, but there is no one to blame, to look for the guilty on the side - this is too much ...
          4. Ze Kot
            Ze Kot 15 June 2015 00: 06
            0
            Quote: igor67
            Why regions? The first time I came to Moscow in 79 and clearly recognized the hostility to nonresident


            I am a tolerant person and I do not divide people by race, nationality, other characteristics ... But now is the tourist season and there are a lot of visitors from Russian regions. Frankly, I begin to hate them. They behave as stupid, uncultured. So how visitors are perceived depends on the visitors themselves.

            Over the past few years I have traveled a lot in major cities of the country, including Moscow, and have never experienced problems communicating with local people.
        2. deduly1957
          deduly1957 14 June 2015 02: 33
          +2
          this is the problem of Moscow and not the regions. That's when the salary in Moscow and Altai will be the same, then Moscow will not be blamed.
      3. iliitchitch
        iliitchitch 13 June 2015 18: 46
        +2
        "The people have a negative attitude towards Russia ..." No, really types need to close the shutter, the roof flew into the atmosphere irrevocably, and it is contagious. Tipuses persistently drive nails into their wooden pea jacket and demand to join the process. We have fat and we will find our own. Tambov, for example. Or Bryansk ...
      4. boris-1230
        boris-1230 13 June 2015 20: 07
        +4
        the same Sumy and Chernihiv regions are closer to Moscow than the Donbass, from my city to Moscow in a straight line 800 km, and if there NATO puts missiles and not in Donbass

        So, first of all, and perish in the "Glory of the Black Lord". And I already do not feel sorry for you! fool angry stop
      5. demo
        demo 13 June 2015 20: 13
        +1
        As long as there are unadjoined parts of Ukraine - Lugansk, Donetsk and, finally, Crimea, no one will put any missiles into Ukraine.
        Our leadership is appealing to the treaty on medium- and short-range missiles.
        That is, their flight distance is more than 500, but less than 5000 km.
        But Kharkov in a straight line has a distance to Moscow in 300 km.
        Р'РѕС ‚Рё РґСѓРјР ° йте.
        1. Sivan
          Sivan 13 June 2015 23: 09
          +1
          Quote: demo
          But Kharkov in a straight line has a distance to Moscow in 300 km.

          Well, then cover Iskanders immediately, if that.
      6. Islander
        Islander 14 June 2015 06: 58
        +4
        igor67 IL Yesterday, 16:59 ↑ How? And to hell? Who will sponsor? This is of course not a beautiful question, but from life, since everywhere Lavrov declares that the DNI and LC are part of Ukraine who will pay. This is not just a question, you can shout like here on the site that they are ready to eat the earth, in reality, who is ready? What have you achieved? I will give an example of the same Sumy and Chernihiv regions closer to Moscow than the Donbass, from my city to Moscow in a straight line 800 km, and if there NATO puts missiles and not in the Donbass, and believe me, there people already have a negative attitude towards Russia. Is there any reasonable solution? Please, without screaming, it is wise to approach


        Negative? What do you want? In Ukraine, they will soon begin to paint in their yellowish-black hair, excuse me, to paint their penises - but who of the Ukrainians has done for this Ukraine in real life, except for the consumption of yellow and blue paint?

        Secondly, no one will deliver any missiles in Ukraine. And if they do, it’s like you need to zombie people, so that he throws himself with a grenade at the bank? After all, then Chernihiv and Sumy will become zones of a preventive nuclear strike from the Russian Federation — zombies, you can’t say otherwise.

    2. Saratoga833
      Saratoga833 13 June 2015 20: 40
      +2
      Quote: Kos_kalinki9
      in LDNR build State

      They do not build anything, because they themselves do not know what they want! Either they want to be an independent state, they want to be part of Ukraine, or they want rapprochement with Russia. And in a recent statement, they sounded that Crimea is Ukraine! True, our brains were quickly set right for them, and they instantly backtracked, having withdrawn and redid their statement, recognizing Crimea as Russian.
      They have no clear goals, no single command, no single social institutions. For example, it is not clear to me what the Lao PDR is seeking in an armed confrontation with the STATE! Sadly, a war with the State without a clearly defined goal has never led to victory!
      I have never seen at least one thesis that the Lao PDR is seeking. Without this, an armed confrontation is doomed to defeat, no matter how negatively I regard Poroshenko and his hangers-on this abomination.
      1. iliitchitch
        iliitchitch 13 June 2015 20: 51
        0
        Here, I agree, it is unclear who is incomprehensible that somehow somewhere he wants something. Not too many unknowns? Drive dull dill - that's all fun. Therefore, in Moscow, the decision has not yet been made. As soon as they decide it’s a matter of hours, the junta will not even have time to bend down.
        1. Corcap
          Corcap 13 June 2015 22: 00
          0
          Quote: iliitch
          Therefore, in Moscow, the decision has not yet been made. As soon as they decide it’s a matter of hours, the junta will not even have time to bend down.


          Do not put everything upside down ...
      2. Corcap
        Corcap 13 June 2015 21: 39
        +1
        Quote: Saratoga833
        Either they want to be an independent state, they want to be part of Ukraine, or they want rapprochement with Russia. And in a recent statement, they sounded that Crimea is Ukraine! True, our brains were quickly set right for them, and they instantly backtracked, having withdrawn and redid their statement, recognizing Crimea as Russian.

        About our "Wishlist": Forced to "maneuver". For example, from the referendum bulletin, at the stage of its preparation, the clause on "Intention to join the Russian Federation" was "wiped out" at the REQUEST of the Russian Federation, since at this stage Russia "is not ready for this step."

        There was a paragraph on independence from Ukraine, because the chances of survival depended on its adoption ...

        About "Crimea is Ukraine": Again, this statement was made within the framework of the coordination of the Ukrainian constitutional reform (fiction) within the framework of the requirements of the Minsk agreements (fiction, again imposed on us, and for the second time). And within the Minsk format, LPR-DPR are not authorized to amend the existing text of Ukraine. Hence, "Crimea is ..."

        Look at today's "Vesti on Saturday", there Pushilin PROFITABLY and DETAILED everything "chewed" ...

        Quote: Saratoga833
        I have never seen even one thesis, what the Lao PDR seeks


        Read the acts of state independence of the republics.

        And please, less "gagged analytics", and without this it is sickening ...
  3. Vladimirets
    Vladimirets 13 June 2015 16: 30
    +5
    Chevrons remind me of something. what
  4. midshipman
    midshipman 13 June 2015 16: 30
    +12
    Good luck, graduates. Take care of the Russian people. I have the honor.
  5. moskowit
    moskowit 13 June 2015 16: 32
    +4
    "So we grew up for a year
    And the time has come.
    Today we are our pigeons
    We are sending on a farewell flight ... "(from a previously very famous song)
    I want to believe that this is serious. The rudiments of statehood are being laid.
    There are two equal state languages ​​in the republics. A poster in the background with the duties of a cadet says the opposite.
    1. zubkoff46
      zubkoff46 13 June 2015 16: 54
      +2
      Simple - it’s not the content of the poster that matters, but the result.
  6. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 13 June 2015 16: 35
    +6
    Life flows. New cadres are growing, students are studying, children are graduating from schools. And they get used to the whistle of mines and the rustle of shells, constant tension and meager rations. But this "steel" generation is growing up. Dill should be afraid of him. They will definitely come, and they will definitely ask. For all.
  7. Knight Rider
    Knight Rider 13 June 2015 16: 39
    +6
    Meanwhile, in Ukraine ...
    1. Vladimirets
      Vladimirets 13 June 2015 16: 45
      +12
      Quote: KnightRider
      Meanwhile, in Ukraine ...

      And what kind of hysterical comment?
      1. Knight Rider
        Knight Rider 13 June 2015 16: 59
        +5
        Quote: Vladimirets
        Quote: KnightRider
        Meanwhile, in Ukraine ...

        And what kind of hysterical comment?

        I do not know. But man can understand. To see such a live, for several days, the despair of firefighters and rescuers, the helplessness of the authorities ... The only country that offered help, Russia, was ignored ... recourse
        1. Kos_kalinki9
          Kos_kalinki9 13 June 2015 17: 14
          +10
          Quote: KnightRider
          Quote: Vladimirets
          Quote: KnightRider
          Meanwhile, in Ukraine ...

          And what kind of hysterical comment?

          I do not know. But man can understand. To see such a live, for several days, the despair of firefighters and rescuers, the helplessness of the authorities ... The only country that offered help, Russia, was ignored ... recourse

          What day is already on fire. And on the other hand, how much equipment will not reach the atom because of the fire at this tank farm.
          1. demo
            demo 13 June 2015 20: 17
            +1
            For these thoughts (+)
        2. lelikas
          lelikas 13 June 2015 18: 11
          +3
          Quote: KnightRider
          , Russia - ignored ... recourse

          Of course - they still have to write off the stolen goods. And then they put out and it turns out that the oil was stolen to us!
      2. demoniac1666
        demoniac1666 13 June 2015 18: 23
        +3
        Quote: Vladimirets

        And what kind of hysterical comment?

        Dude, apparently himself set fire to it))), surrendered himself with giblets bully Arrest him as an agent of the Kremlin)))
      3. Raven
        Raven 14 June 2015 07: 24
        0
        as there in +100500: "I filmed! I filmed !!!"
    2. Ramzaj99
      Ramzaj99 13 June 2015 17: 20
      +7
      Quote: KnightRider
      Meanwhile, in Ukraine ...

      . Within an hour, as it became known about the fire, the Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations offered assistance, any, from special foams of which burning wells are poured, to special equipment and aircraft. In a couple of hours they could have been there, and in a few hours it would have been over. How many firefighters died ??? How much good burned ?? ... and still burns. And the Ukrainian authorities even considered lowering their dignity ......
      1. Vladimirets
        Vladimirets 13 June 2015 17: 34
        +6
        Quote: Ramzaj99
        And the Ukrainian authorities even considered lowering their dignity ......

        What if Putin instead of foam starts to drop paratroopers?
        1. Kos_kalinki9
          Kos_kalinki9 13 June 2015 17: 49
          +4
          Green men.
          1. iliitchitch
            iliitchitch 13 June 2015 20: 35
            +1
            Polite. They will start poisoning Ukrainian children with Roshen sweets. With special cynicism.
        2. igor67
          igor67 13 June 2015 17: 50
          0
          Quote: Vladimirets
          Quote: Ramzaj99
          And the Ukrainian authorities even considered lowering their dignity ......

          What if Putin instead of foam starts to drop paratroopers?

          As far as I remember, he asked a year ago to deprive him of this right: the Russian president on Tuesday, June 24, sent a proposal to the upper house of parliament to revoke her earlier permission to use the army in the territory of a neighboring state. Information about this came a few hours before the start of the official visit of Vladimir Putin to Austria.
          1. Vladimirets
            Vladimirets 13 June 2015 18: 09
            +3
            Quote: igor67
            As far as I remember, he asked a year ago to deprive him of this right: the Russian president on Tuesday, June 24, sent a proposal to the upper house of parliament to revoke her earlier permission to use the army in the territory of a neighboring state. Information about this came a few hours before the start of the official visit of Vladimir Putin to Austria.

            Do not confuse the concepts of "common sense" and "Ukrainian leadership", these are antagonists.
            1. igor67
              igor67 13 June 2015 18: 16
              +3
              Quote: Vladimirets
              Quote: igor67
              As far as I remember, he asked a year ago to deprive him of this right: the Russian president on Tuesday, June 24, sent a proposal to the upper house of parliament to revoke her earlier permission to use the army in the territory of a neighboring state. Information about this came a few hours before the start of the official visit of Vladimir Putin to Austria.

              Do not confuse the concepts of "common sense" and "Ukrainian leadership", these are antagonists.

              I don’t mix, my family lives in Ukraine, they absolutely do not want a war. With any leadership, and the ambitions of politicians, remember the criminal case and the persecution against Tymoshenko, the theft of millions in Russia in the Moscow Region, but a miracle, suddenly VP forgave her canceled the persecution and she became prime minister, I do not believe politicians, ordinary people will disentangle then
              1. Vladimirets
                Vladimirets 13 June 2015 18: 24
                +5
                Quote: igor67
                I do not believe politicians

                You are not alone.
                Quote: igor67
                my family lives in Ukraine, they absolutely do not want a war.

                Not a single normal person can "want war."
                I’m just talking about what you are reasoning from the point of view of common sense, about Putin’s refusal to conduct troops, they say that the Ukrainians have nothing to fear and could receive professional help from the Ministry of Emergencies (and we have top-class professionals working for the Ministry of Emergencies) to accept. And on the other hand: I’ll die, but nothing is needed from M. Scal.
                1. igor67
                  igor67 13 June 2015 18: 32
                  -6
                  Quote: Vladimirets
                  Quote: igor67
                  I do not believe politicians

                  You are not alone.
                  Quote: igor67
                  my family lives in Ukraine, they absolutely do not want a war.

                  Not a single normal person can "want war."
                  I’m just talking about what you are reasoning from the point of view of common sense, about Putin’s refusal to conduct troops, they say that the Ukrainians have nothing to fear and could receive professional help from the Ministry of Emergencies (and we have top-class professionals working for the Ministry of Emergencies) to accept. And on the other hand: I’ll die, but nothing is needed from M. Scal.

                  I’ll write it again on this site, I worked for 15 years at a repair shop for repairing mi 24 and nk 12, after the independence parade and signing EBN with Kui or Kravchuk, I don’t remember the friendship agreement, etc., enterprises of the Russian Federation received an order from EBN with Ukrainians not to trade , and until 99, ours bought spare parts for cash stolen by sn, that’s why no one wants to see the conflict on the other hand, your leadership has done no less than hostility, hostility of families and friends, I lived in a five-story building, 40 and an apartment building, a lot of mine neighbors live and serve in the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, and so in every family, what have you achieved?
                  1. Vladimirets
                    Vladimirets 13 June 2015 18: 42
                    +4
                    Quote: igor67
                    your leadership has done no less than hostility, hostility of families and friends, I lived in a five-story building, 40 and an apartment building, many of my neighbors live and serve in the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, and so in each family, what have you achieved?

                    Igor, I never saw the logic in your post, perhaps emotions. request
                    1. igor67
                      igor67 13 June 2015 18: 49
                      +1
                      Quote: Vladimirets
                      Quote: igor67
                      your leadership has done no less than hostility, hostility of families and friends, I lived in a five-story building, 40 and an apartment building, many of my neighbors live and serve in the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, and so in each family, what have you achieved?

                      Igor, I never saw the logic in your post, perhaps emotions. request

                      Logics? What is it, in our city under the USSR there was a cropped division commanded by Mokashov, even in the forests there were missiles that were liquidated under the Gorbachev agreement, the RFs were also liquidated, there were practically no aircraft in the east, nor did anyone ever think that Voentorg will start. My grandfather, a Jew, died near Stalingrad, my grandfather and grandmother as part of the Second Ukrainian Ukranians came and took Berlin, but are the children and grandchildren ready to fight against Russia, is that logic?
                      1. Vladimirets
                        Vladimirets 13 June 2015 18: 54
                        +5
                        Quote: igor67
                        What is it, in our city under the USSR there was a cropped division commanded by Mokashov, even in the forests there were missiles that were liquidated under the Gorbachev agreement, the RFs were also liquidated, there were practically no aircraft in the east, nor did anyone ever think that Voentorg will start.

                        Are we talking about the collapse of the USSR?
                        Quote: igor67
                        My grandfather, a Jew, died near Stalingrad, my grandfather and grandmother, Ukranians, as part of the Second Ukrainian, reached and took Berlin

                        I have seven Russian relatives who died in the Second World War.
                        Quote: igor67
                        but the children and grandchildren are ready to fight against Russia, is that logic?

                        So why are YOUR children and grandchildren ready to fight with Russia? Maybe this is your "merit"?
                      2. igor67
                        igor67 13 June 2015 19: 02
                        0
                        Quote: Vladimirets
                        So why are YOUR children and grandchildren ready to fight with Russia? Maybe this is your "merit"? [/ Quote

                        Are the Jews guilty again ?, but seriously, how many years on the website did you consider me more serious
                      3. Vladimirets
                        Vladimirets 13 June 2015 19: 15
                        +3
                        Quote: igor67
                        Are the Jews to blame again?

                        God have mercy, by the way, I have a very even attitude towards Jews, in my life I have had a lot of adequate and intelligent representatives of your people. What about
                        Quote: igor67
                        how many years have we on the site considered you more serious

                        this is your right, I am not trying to prove anything to anyone. hi
                      4. igor67
                        igor67 13 June 2015 19: 36
                        +1
                        Quote: Vladimirets
                        Quote: igor67
                        Are the Jews to blame again?

                        God have mercy, by the way, I have a very even attitude towards Jews, in my life I have had a lot of adequate and intelligent representatives of your people. What about
                        Quote: igor67
                        how many years have we on the site considered you more serious

                        this is your right, I am not trying to prove anything to anyone. hi

                        I don’t want to impose anything on anyone, I only want peace, and these are not simple words, I experienced rocket attacks in 2006 and do not want anyone, especially in Ukraine and Russia, I have relatives and friends in Ukraine and Russia, , I'm waiting for them to come to their senses and start a dialogue, it's easy to say let them start first, the hardest thing is to be the first
                      5. Vladimirets
                        Vladimirets 13 June 2015 19: 38
                        +2
                        Quote: igor67
                        I don’t want to impose anything on anyone, I only want peace, and these are not simple words, I experienced rocket attacks in 2006 and do not want anyone, especially in Ukraine and Russia, I have relatives and friends in Ukraine and Russia, , I'm waiting for them to come to their senses and start a dialogue, it's easy to say let them start first, the hardest thing is to be the first

                        Well, that talked. smile drinks Peace to all of us.
                      6. igor67
                        igor67 13 June 2015 19: 45
                        0
                        Quote: Vladimirets
                        Quote: igor67
                        I don’t want to impose anything on anyone, I only want peace, and these are not simple words, I experienced rocket attacks in 2006 and do not want anyone, especially in Ukraine and Russia, I have relatives and friends in Ukraine and Russia, , I'm waiting for them to come to their senses and start a dialogue, it's easy to say let them start first, the hardest thing is to be the first

                        Well, that talked. smile drinks Peace to all of us.

                        And then !!! drinks
                      7. VOLOD
                        VOLOD 13 June 2015 21: 18
                        0
                        and Russia is always the first for dialogue. only now (partners) do not want to listen to her. screaming about the Russian threat, and even if the count on their heads still bend their line.
                      8. Panikovsky
                        Panikovsky 14 June 2015 17: 53
                        0
                        Quote: Vladimirets
                        So why are YOUR children and grandchildren ready to fight with Russia? Maybe this is your "merit"?

                        here for this, uv. Vladimir, you need five points.
                      9. Panikovsky
                        Panikovsky 13 June 2015 20: 20
                        +2
                        Quote: igor67
                        but the children and grandchildren are ready to fight against Russia, is that logic?

                        to a certain extent yes, according to this logic your children and grandchildren will flock to my country, with the intention of fighting here, mix them with shit, without regard to the merits of my great-grandfather.
                2. iliitchitch
                  iliitchitch 13 June 2015 22: 00
                  0
                  To spite mommy’s ears I will frostbite - yes on the way, prematurely!
          2. VOLOD
            VOLOD 13 June 2015 21: 12
            0
            THEY again allowed him the current he does not use.
      2. voronbel53
        voronbel53 13 June 2015 20: 21
        +2
        Kiev would never accept the proposal of Russia under any circumstances. Imagine that the invaders will come, put out the fire, which they themselves can’t put out, and leave ... With what eyes Petruccia will see how he will justify himself to his subjects, and especially to overseas friends. The myth of enemies, of aggressors will immediately burst, all politics will go down the drain and, what then to do to this regime - just go and drown, the people will not understand them ... Let everything burn out, cover itself with a copper basin, and continue to consider Russia as the aggressor, all politics on this holds on. Moreover, many will claim to see Moscow’s hand in what is happening ... Nobody will chop the bough under themselves ...
        1. iliitchitch
          iliitchitch 13 June 2015 22: 33
          0
          "Nobody will cut a branch under him ..." This is well said. Bitches would hack to death, with obscene names. And with wonderful, highly intellectual turnips, their people sentenced to eternal prostitution. It’s impossible to get out of such a zhyopy in which Ukraine is in any way.
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    4. RUSS
      RUSS 13 June 2015 17: 35
      +5
      Quote: KnightRider
      Meanwhile, in Ukraine ...

      The person commenting and filming this video is not all right with the psyche.
      1. kergudu straight
        kergudu straight 13 June 2015 17: 43
        +7
        Tires are no longer inserted, switched to heavier fumes
      2. ksv1973
        ksv1973 13 June 2015 17: 46
        +4
        Quote: RUSS
        Quote: KnightRider
        Meanwhile, in Ukraine ...

        The person commenting and filming this video is not all right with the psyche.

        The commentator has just seen enough of Hollywood nonsense, where correspondents just as hysterically comment on the usual "bunch" in a puddle. And he considered himself the same, applying for the Pulitzer Prize.
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      4. Vadim237
        Vadim237 13 June 2015 17: 48
        +4
        Rather, the operator is under the fly.
        1. sabakina
          sabakina 13 June 2015 18: 23
          +5
          And what kind of hysterical comment?

          For some reason I was reminded ...
    5. siberalt
      siberalt 13 June 2015 22: 11
      0
      Lit, it means someone needs it until it burns out. Why hysteria? Well, Outskirts! For everything paid.laughing
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  8. Russian jacket
    Russian jacket 13 June 2015 16: 43
    +5
    It’s even not bad ... Their cadres, and even seeing that mess that crawled into ukraine ... It's like Abkhazia and South Ossetia. Children saw democratization in Sukoshvilev’s way, and now Georgia can get out of its way, and all to no avail ... Good luck to the guys .... hi
  9. MIKHALYCH1
    MIKHALYCH1 13 June 2015 16: 59
    +9
    V. Vysotsky about Ukraine, etc ...
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    2. siberalt
      siberalt 13 June 2015 22: 17
      +1
      And who is the author of this video for the song Vysotsky? I bastard, if it is not a professional. Just a class !!!
  10. Sakhalin.
    Sakhalin. 13 June 2015 17: 05
    +6
    Freedom, peace and prosperity to the republics!
  11. MIKHALYCH1
    MIKHALYCH1 13 June 2015 17: 14
    +4
    Life goes on .. Hold on to New Russia!
    1. RUSS
      RUSS 13 June 2015 17: 52
      +2
      Quote: MIKHALYCHXNNX
      Life goes on .. Hold on to New Russia!

      According to recent polls, more than half of Ukrainian citizens are ready to abandon the Donbass, if only there would be no war.
      1. Kos_kalinki9
        Kos_kalinki9 13 June 2015 22: 14
        0
        What is interesting is the largest percentage in the western regions. Well, Raguli do not want to fight for the great and non-fallow.
  12. gelezo47
    gelezo47 13 June 2015 17: 23
    +2
    Now the young republic has the first graduates of the Ministry of Internal Affairs. U. Good luck to them in their difficult and dangerous work!
    I think that everything is going according to plan in the new republics, the new Ukraine, or rather New Russia ... good
  13. pensioner
    pensioner 13 June 2015 17: 31
    +12
    Now look: HOW take the oath to Ukraine:
    Feel the difference, as they say. Funny commentary on the photo from RusVesna:
    The guy went for bread and got the oath)))
    1. veksha50
      veksha50 13 June 2015 18: 04
      +4
      Quote: retired
      The guy went for bread and got the oath



      Now, if he remains alive, for the rest of his life he will be forced to go shopping ... No matter what happens ...
      1. Raven
        Raven 14 June 2015 07: 27
        0
        as in a joke:
        a boy’s head rolled out from under the train’s wheels and whispered with blue lips:
        - here you **** and I went for bread ...
    2. sabakina
      sabakina 13 June 2015 18: 26
      +7
      Peeped in one chat:
      We started to hand out summons in the markets! Zaporozhye
      1. pensioner
        pensioner 13 June 2015 18: 28
        +3
        Quote: sabakina
        We started to hand out summons in the markets! Zaporozhye

        belay What is it like?? You’re coming to buy radishes, but for you, keep a summons? what Strong...
        1. chehywed
          chehywed 13 June 2015 18: 58
          +5
          Quote: retired
          belay What is it like?? You’re coming to buy radishes, but for you, keep a summons? what Strong...

          So what to do?! request

          In a dream, the surviving Hiroshima cried, curtains flew throughout the quarter
          When Svidomo Maxim exploded at the receipt of the summons.
          He sold the house, LuAZik and the cow, erased all VKontakte messages
          And now halfway to Rostov, he goes at night on the school map.
          He needs a war like a hernia rabbit, I would say more - it would have turned out obscene,
          Simultaneously, Maxim became skiing. Winter in the trenches? Look for fools!
          Forgotten - "mos.kol.yaku to gilyaku", and to jump too lazy, beaten off the whole hunt,
          And it became scary for his native asshole, Maxim does not want to be in the Ukrainian infantry!
          1. pensioner
            pensioner 13 June 2015 19: 08
            +3
            Well, you and the barbarian Vova. They will read you and really stand on skis and trample to Rostov. In summer... sad
            Hi Sinbad Circumpolar Spill! drinks
            1. chehywed
              chehywed 13 June 2015 19: 27
              +1
              Quote: retired
              Hi Sinbad Circumpolar Spill!

              That's just polar! Hi Yura! drinks
              1. pensioner
                pensioner 13 June 2015 19: 31
                +1
                Quote: chehywed
                polar

                Those. no objection to the spill? wink
                Hi Vova! drinks
                1. chehywed
                  chehywed 13 June 2015 20: 08
                  +1
                  Quote: retired
                  Those. no objection to the spill? wink

                  What are you talking about? If there were pennies and health, it would be poured and poured! drinks And you yourself are a barbarian. wassat
                  1. pensioner
                    pensioner 13 June 2015 20: 15
                    +1
                    Quote: chehywed
                    you yourself are a barbarian.

                    sad
                    Thank you, Colleague. I, too ... love you very much. request
                    1. chehywed
                      chehywed 13 June 2015 20: 17
                      +1
                      Quote: retired
                      I, too ... love you very much.

                      The same Chechnya! laughing drinks
        2. veksha50
          veksha50 13 June 2015 20: 04
          +3
          Quote: retired
          Fit to buy radishes,


          And on ... in general, you don’t want any bread or radish ...

          PS And you won’t even get out for a quarter ...
          1. pensioner
            pensioner 13 June 2015 20: 21
            +1
            Quote: veksha50
            And you won’t even get out for a quarter ...

            And what: already in liquor stores at the checkout counter handing? what Hmmm ...
            1. chehywed
              chehywed 13 June 2015 21: 09
              +1
              Quote: retired
              And what: already in liquor stores at the checkout counter handing?

              Yeah, instead of a check. You go to the checkout, and there the commissar in the apron. And the alcohol is withdrawn, because. in ukroarmii very harsh and dry law. soldier
              1. pensioner
                pensioner 13 June 2015 21: 14
                +1
                Quote: chehywed
                in ukroarmii the law is harsh and very dry.

                what
                Especially this dryness manifests itself in the morning. Yes, so that the water does not have time to collect in the wells ...
                1. family tree
                  family tree 13 June 2015 22: 07
                  +2
                  Yur, hello, look at Naryl.B-17, legend
                  1. pensioner
                    pensioner 13 June 2015 22: 20
                    +1
                    Quote: perepilka
                    Yur, hello, look at Naryl.

                    Hello, Vova! drinks This is a clip for footage from the movie "Beauty of Memphis". Great movie, by the way.
                    http://hd-720.ucoz.ru/load/voennyj/smotret_krasavica_memfisa_hd_720_kachestvo_me
                    mphis_belle_1990_onlajn/18-1-0-11403
      2. Kos_kalinki9
        Kos_kalinki9 13 June 2015 22: 17
        +2
        And they wanted a Schengen
    3. Honor_I have
      Honor_I have 13 June 2015 21: 12
      +2
      Similar ...
  14. Andryukha G
    Andryukha G 13 June 2015 17: 45
    +5
    It would be better, of course, in the LPR and the DPR to name law enforcement agencies militia, and then somehow policemen from Ukraine and Latvia burned villages during the war in Belarus (by the way, the police remained in Belarus). Militia (from Lat. Militia - "army", "service", "campaign", "roads", "chivalry", "people's militia", "right", "law", "order") - the name of law enforcement agencies.
    1. VadimSt
      VadimSt 13 June 2015 18: 43
      +2
      With this reason, it is necessary to change in Russia too! What, Ukrainian and Latvian policemen "walked" in the Smolensk region?
      In addition, according to the "Minsk cribs" in the LPR there can be no army, but - there is a militia (people's militia)!
  15. sw6513
    sw6513 13 June 2015 18: 31
    +1
    I would like to wish the graduates that in such a difficult time for the republic, everyone should remain alive and healthy. Rather, this war would roam !!
  16. narval20
    narval20 13 June 2015 19: 40
    +2
    Calm, honest and productive service to you guys!
  17. sabakina
    sabakina 13 June 2015 19: 49
    +5
    Looks like the show is going on ...
  18. anip
    anip 13 June 2015 20: 55
    0
    Graduates of the Lugansk Police School gave the oath of allegiance to the people of the LC

    It doesn’t mean anything. The oath was also given in the USSR.
  19. Simon
    Simon 13 June 2015 21: 16
    +2
    There is an army, there is a police, it would not be bad to organize border troops! So we get a separate state.
  20. Evgeniy30
    Evgeniy30 13 June 2015 21: 25
    +2
    Quote: Vasek Trubachev
    In this regard, the leaders of New Russia have already given positive explanations, and said that they had left these points as before in the constitution of dill, saying that it was not in their competence to change the constitution ... So everything is fine! But another thing pleases, the LNR cadets became police officers, not militiamen as in Ukropia and the former traffic police, they called the traffic police in Russia (see http: //lifenews.ru/watch-live)

    I would be glad if our "policemen" were renamed back to their own police ...
  21. narval20
    narval20 13 June 2015 22: 06
    0
    And the chevrons are on the uniform (in the photo) in the "image and likeness" of the chevrons of the Russian police ...
  22. Abade faria
    Abade faria 13 June 2015 22: 54
    -5
    And when it is interesting all this watered insanity will end. They again stopped the banderlogs under their noses, like there’s no war, but the shelling doesn’t count, like they want to be part of Ukraine at the direction of the Kremlin and here are independent republics, just idiocy.
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  24. MAK6301366
    MAK6301366 14 June 2015 07: 55
    0
    Graduates of the Lugansk Police School gave the oath of allegiance to the people of the LC


    Fear ukrovlasty - this is the first generation and not the last. angry
  25. Ushata
    Ushata 14 June 2015 08: 15
    0
    Quote: KnightRider
    Quote: Vladimirets
    Quote: KnightRider
    Meanwhile, in Ukraine ...

    And what kind of hysterical comment?

    I do not know. But man can understand. To see such a live, for several days, the despair of firefighters and rescuers, the helplessness of the authorities ... The only country that offered help, Russia, was ignored ... recourse


    Well, why be surprised that Svidomo was terrified of what pride (arrogant), even surpassed the Psheks in this, from Russia to accept their help a bit, most likely the whole Outskirts would be burned, but the Russians would not be allowed to come. Well, to hell with them, even if everyone burns there, after them it will become cleaner.
  26. provincial
    provincial 14 June 2015 10: 52
    +1
    Where are the graduates of military schools?
  27. wk
    wk 15 June 2015 03: 36
    0
    People's republics - there must be a people's militia ..... some kind of dissonance in the heads of the LPR politicians ..... and most importantly, not only about this! (questions to Plotnitsky, what is the people's power for him? Who in Lugansk controls the market, including the contraband, food ... arms market!) as Leonov's hero said in the CF "duck hunt" ..... "young man, I like you less and less "....