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Project "ZZ". They are all bad, they will all die

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Almost half of Americans no longer trust the US judicial system. Only 53% continue to believe her. US citizens trust even less in the executive and legislative branches: “ratings” here are 45% and 32%, respectively. Moreover, 75% of US residents believe that the level of corruption is high in the government. Great Britain is no better at it — Washington’s first ally. Opposition forces stigmatize Queen Elizabeth and call members of the royal family "weapons traders ”and“ friends of tyrants and dictators. ” In the meantime, the British National Health Service is falling apart: according to experts, the collapse awaits it in two years. The result will be the complete destruction of the medical system and the abundance of psychos on the streets of London.


According to a September Gallup poll, the judicial branch of government trusts only 53% of US citizens - and this is a record low. Trust in the executive and legislative branches of government also remains close to historic lows. This was told by Jeffrey M. Jones on the site Gallup Institute.

The confidence of Americans in the judiciary of the federal government fell significantly last year, and now a new record is recorded - only 53% of citizens “fully” or “for the most part” have confidence in it.

However, the judicial branch retained a relatively high public trust (53%) than any other of the three branches of government. Today, executive authorities are trusted only by 45%, and legislative authority is generally only 32% (see the graph below, which shows all three branches).

Project "ZZ". They are all bad, they will all die

Trust in the US judicial, executive and legislative branches, 2014 and 2015. (Gallup)


Most recently, six years ago, in the first year of the Obama administration, 76% of those polled by Gallup reported their confidence in the judiciary. 61% at the same time trusted the executive. 45% trusted the legislative branch.


Falling of trust in the US judicial branch from 2009 to 2015 (Gallup)


As noted in the material, the decline in confidence in the judicial branch in the United States is likely due to controversial decisions of the Supreme Court in 2015 about legalizing same-sex marriages and federal medical insurance. Democrats welcomed these decisions, but the Republicans criticized. As a result, the approval rating of the work of the Supreme Court among Republicans fell to 18% (in July, 2015). Similarly, Republican confidence in the judiciary collapsed. The fall in confidence was 17 percentage points versus September 2014. The confidence of the Democrats remained virtually unchanged. The confidence of the “independent” has fallen - by six percentage points.

According to sociologists, the decline in confidence in the judiciary over the past few years is also partially due to a number of broad factors. Americans are increasingly dissatisfied with how things are going in their country and how the federal government works. Historical the Supreme Court’s decision on same-sex marriage was the last straw that overflowed the patience.

The Gallup survey was conducted using 9-13 September 2015 telephone interviews using a random sample. The survey included 1025 American adults aged 18 and older, living in all 50 US states and the District of Columbia. The sampling error was ± 4 percentage points with a confidence level of 95%.

Rђ RІRѕS, another poll by gallup. It concerns corruption.

It turns out that 75% of Americans are sure that government corruption is widespread in the US government. Three out of four Americans (75%) in 2014 did not doubt that the corruption of corruption widely disbanded its tentacles in the government. The equivalent figure was 67% in 2007 and 66% in 2009.



Octopus corruption in the US government (Gallup)


These figures are higher than some might expect, the survey notes. The lack of improvement "somewhat confuses" sociologists. Among the positive trends, researchers have revealed only one thing: it’s good that the Americans "still feel right to criticize their government fairly freely." In some parts of the world, things are much worse. (Weak, probably, consolation, notes in brackets.)

Surveys were conducted in many countries (see table below), so the results have been summarized only now.


Is corruption widespread in your government? Or not? The answer is yes.


Disappointing life not only in the US, but also in the UK.

As reported from London Reuters, the new opposition leader (from the British Labor Party), Jeremy Corbin, opposed Britain’s military involvement in Syria’s affairs. Half of the ministerial team was already ready to support the call of Prime Minister David Cameron, who wanted to sanction the bombing of IG militants in Syria, but this man’s voice was heard.

Corbin is a veteran and anti-war activist. He believes that the UK should withdraw from the NATO bloc and stop calling militants in the Middle East “friends” (in the original: “Corbyn, a veteran anti-war campaigner”) friends ... "). Corbin received support for about 60% party members.

Of course, such a “left” position received a fair amount of criticism from some media, since the statements of Comrade Corbin are not at all like the policies of Tony Blair and Gordon Brown.

The agency reminds that this man left the post of chairman of the public coalition movement “Stop the War Coalition” last Saturday. Earlier this movement published a poetic pamphlet, in which Queen Elizabeth II was called "convicted" and referred to those who "lubricates the mechanism of wars" unleashed by Great Britain. No, no, Corbin did not criticize this poem. The movement, in his opinion, is the most valuable thing that only in British political agitation. But Corbin has a different goal: he hinted that he was not against becoming Prime Minister in 2020.

More details about Comrade Corbin can be found in the newspaper. "The Telegraph". In particular, it is noted here that Stop the War Coalition, among other things, referred to the royal family in verse as “arms dealers” and “friends of tyrants and dictators.”

"The Telegraph" turned to Mr. Corbin for comment, but it turned out that he had already left the chair of the movement, which took four years.

The publication notes that the office of Mr. Corbin refused to criticize the pamphlet, arguing that the Labor leader did not see him and therefore could not comment.

Corbin’s refusal to condemn the attacks against the royal family has outraged even some party comrades. It is believed that the poem, "bloating" the honor of the queen, "offensive" for the British armed forces and many ordinary voters. Party members generally believe that Jeremy Corbin himself does not share the criticism of pamphletists, recognizing nonetheless that with his resignation he "distanced himself" from "the most extreme elements of the anti-war coalition."

Nonetheless, Corbin himself says that he “with pride” has been working on the coalition chairman’s position for the past four years.

While London is shaken by political squabbles, the medical system in Britain is falling apart. Experts speak of a close "collapse."

As they say in «The Guardian» Toby Helm and Denis Campbell, the National Health Service is about to collapse: she has no more than two years to go. The country is waiting for "catastrophic consequences." To save Britain, we need “multi-billion infusions”. Such a “harsh” assessment belongs to the liberal Democrat Norman Lamb, the former Minister of Health.


On the streets of london


In an interview, he accused the British government of dishonesty: they say, politicians do not want to openly admit the scale of the problem.

According to him, a growing number of private companies and other organizations working on social contracts with local authorities refuse to extend the agreement because they are experiencing a “money hunger”: since 2010, medical programs have shrunk from budget cuts by more than 40%. Lamb warns of the consequences: more and more older people will end up in overcrowded hospitals.

If investments are not made in advance in the medical field, the system will face “serious failures”, Lamb is sure. Moreover, in the end "the system will collapse."

According to him, the elderly will not be able to receive the help they need. “People with mental disorders” will suffer the most. It is this category of patients that turns out to be the first in a crisis: cutting back services first of all hits them.

If the situation does not change in the next two years, the entire health care system in the country will collapse, Lamb is convinced. Service will be received only by people with high incomes; all others will get either “bad care” or “nothing at all”. “Such is the reality,” the critic of the government stated.

* * *


Just think, the vaunted capitalist West has yearned for social benefits and desired medicine available to all, even unhappy psychos! However, Mr. Cameron, an evil and cruel deer hunter from London, would rather spend money on Syria bombing, rather than cure his native citizens. Behind the prime minister, the royal family also earned a reputation as a gun trader. By the way, the topical London pamphlets provoked a protest against those who are inclined to sing the deeds of the “armed forces”, which are hardly connected with defense.

As for blessed America, then the people there will soon cease to trust all three branches of government. If today only the US 53% believes the US judicial system, and 45% and 32%, respectively, executive and legislative, respectively, what will happen tomorrow? And it is absolutely scary for the stronghold of world democracy when you find out that 75% of US residents are convinced that the federal government is mired in corruption ...
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  1. Barboskin
    Barboskin 21 September 2015 10: 14 New
    +5
    In principle, good for them is not enough, but the numbers are far from critical.
    1. vadson
      vadson 21 September 2015 10: 24 New
      +30
      hmm I wonder who believes in our judiciary after the case of Vasilyeva? need to lift a moratorium on the death penalty then they will be afraid, and right now from the impunity our tops completely lost their fear
      1. Lelek
        Lelek 21 September 2015 10: 52 New
        +18
        Quote: vadson
        Who believes in our judiciary after the Vasiliev case?


        After the story of the “sweet couple” and the release of the pedophile from custody, my confidence in judicial practice in Russia decreased by an order of magnitude. A citizen who stole a can of stew will sit behind bars, and a bonza who has stolen billions will enjoy in his mansion overlooking the Kremlin and compose songs about pink boots. bully
        1. Asadullah
          Asadullah 21 September 2015 16: 19 New
          +3
          After the story of the "sweet couple"


          This "sweet couple" surrendered to you, I wrote more than once, look at what kind of cars are parked at the office of the GUEBiPK ... the cop income in the right position is comparable to the income of a banker, only in the Russian case there is less risk. That is, the blue spot has become the rule in Russian life. Who invented this rule? Power? The courts? Masons? This rule created human greed, which is present in each of us in different proportions. Want to change something? Only the general intolerance of society can change this. And it turns out that today I solved my questions for a fraction of the reward, in the evening I watched the news and wrote something on the air in noble anger. Created by the NF, and everyone can take part in it not in words.
        2. Kunar
          Kunar 23 September 2015 23: 54 New
          0
          Interesting! Have we conducted such polls? No, guys, I asked you that .....
      2. SRC P-15
        SRC P-15 21 September 2015 10: 56 New
        +3
        Quote: vadson
        hmm I wonder who believes in our judiciary after the case of Vasilyeva?

        Apparently this case is not over yet:

        "The Public Chamber of Russia appealed to the Supreme Court with a request to check the activities of the judge who made the decision to release the main defendant in the Oboronservis case Evgenia Vasilyeva on parole.
        The deputy chairman of the commission on social policy, labor relations and the quality of life of citizens, Georgy Fedorov, sent a letter to such a chairman of the Supreme Court of Russia, Vyacheslav Lebedev, "TASS reports.
        http://vestirossii.com/obshhestvo/vs-proverit-deiatelnost-osvobodivshego-vasilev
        y-sydi.html
        1. Oleg14774
          Oleg14774 21 September 2015 11: 03 New
          +9
          Quote: SRC P-15
          Apparently this case is not over yet:

          And then they did not know about it when they released it ?! Naive window dressing. These people are not betraying anything!
          1. SRC P-15
            SRC P-15 21 September 2015 11: 10 New
            +1
            Quote: Oleg147741
            And then they did not know about it when they released it ?! Naive window dressing.

            The thing is that they want to check the judge who released Vasilyev:
            “This week, the Sudogod prosecutor’s office sent a request to the Investigative Committee of the Vladimir Region for verification against Judge Ilya Galagan, who released UD Evgeny Vasiliev, a person involved in a criminal case of embezzlement at Oboronservis.”
            http://www.kp.ru/online/news/2168572/
            If you started moving on this matter, then someone needs this.
            1. Denis Skiff
              Denis Skiff 21 September 2015 12: 42 New
              +6
              it's funny. but you won’t believe it, if you shoot the judge first and then start checking, there is so much material that you can kill relatives too.
      3. svetoruss
        svetoruss 21 September 2015 10: 58 New
        +8
        Quote: vadson
        hmm I wonder who believes in our judiciary after the case of Vasilyeva? need to lift a moratorium on the death penalty then they will be afraid, and right now from the impunity our tops completely lost their fear

        The system is designed in such a way that you can enter at least shoot by hanging on an electric chair, and the Serdyukovs Vasilyevs will avoid punishment.
        1. engineer74
          engineer74 21 September 2015 11: 32 New
          +8
          Quote: svetoruss
          Quote: vadson
          hmm I wonder who believes in our judiciary after the case of Vasilyeva? need to lift a moratorium on the death penalty then they will be afraid, and right now from the impunity our tops completely lost their fear

          The system is designed in such a way that you can enter at least shoot by hanging on an electric chair, and the Serdyukovs Vasilyevs will avoid punishment.

          I do not agree much: UDO Vasilyeva after execution, even ordinary, would not have caused such a public resonance! winked
          Even the smallest chance of getting the death penalty will stop many - you will not be bought off posthumously, and there are no pockets in the coffin!
          1. saenara
            saenara 21 September 2015 13: 13 New
            +4
            In China, they shoot for corruption. Every year. And next year again there is someone to shoot. Doesn't stop.
            1. gladcu2
              gladcu2 21 September 2015 17: 26 New
              +2
              saenara

              Moreover, in China there is a planned mandatory rotation of officials.

              Interestingly, what did I. Stalin do such a thing that he was able to remove corruption? The question is not rhetorical.
              1. saenara
                saenara 22 September 2015 12: 17 New
                0
                Quote: gladcu2
                Moreover, in China there is a planned mandatory rotation of officials.

                Interestingly, what did I. Stalin do such a thing that he was able to remove corruption? The question is not rhetorical.


                Planned rotation of officials through the execution? :-)
            2. onix757
              onix757 21 September 2015 21: 58 New
              0
              The supreme measure works and is especially successful in Singapore
        2. Down House
          Down House 21 September 2015 11: 35 New
          +1
          Quote: svetoruss
          and the Serdyukovs Vasilyevs will avoid punishment.

          Well, let's be honest, I’m not protecting anyone, but fraud for that and fraud, that to “prove” legally it is practically unrealistic, the procedural law in the rule of law is so arranged.
          If it was arranged differently, anyone could be held accountable for fraud, who was banal at least once in the store who received more change or less passed.
        3. NordUral
          NordUral 21 September 2015 12: 55 New
          +3
          The moratorium must be lifted, first of all, on the removal of liberals from power in all its branches.
        4. saenara
          saenara 21 September 2015 13: 11 New
          +1
          It is preferable to shoot by hanging in boiling oil.
      4. nils
        nils 21 September 2015 10: 59 New
        +8
        Quote: vadson
        need to lift a moratorium on the death penalty. ..from impunity, our tops have completely lost their fear


        Almost half of Americans no longer trust the US judicial system. Only 53% continue to believe her.
        But in Russia, Themis is strictly guarding the laws, relying on the trust and support of the people. Moreover, the confidence of Russians in the judicial system continues to grow. The fight against corruption reaches its climax.
        I am pleased with the social policy of the state, especially the quality of free medicine. Our doctors, all as one, following the oath of Hippocrates, seek to disinterestedly help the suffering.
        The educational process reaches its maximum. The Unified State Examination shows its effectiveness by dramatically reducing the level of corruption in the process of educating children. Sexual education has increased especially well. The vast majority of young people in adulthood come comprehensively prepared, having practical experience.
        And how has the cultural level of the population grown lately! TV and cinema amaze with an abundance of highly artistic works and programs.
        Society is literally permeated with altruism, kindness and the desire for mutual assistance. There has never been a more just society in Russia.
        All this is especially noticeable against the backdrop of a catastrophic fall in everything and everything among our potential opponents. And if you still lift the moratorium on execution, well then in general.
        The tops will surely find fear.
        But who will plant them? They are a monument. Monument to our Putin era.
      5. Oleg14774
        Oleg14774 21 September 2015 11: 01 New
        +3
        Quote: vadson
        they will be afraid of lifting the moratorium on the death penalty,

        Such kasilieva and serdyukov will not be afraid of even taking off the maratorium, they are “untouchable”. They are illegal, they are too tough for the law, they are above the law!
      6. Corporal Valera
        Corporal Valera 21 September 2015 11: 34 New
        +2
        hmm I wonder who believes in our judiciary after the case of Vasilyeva?

        Well, I believe after the geyser case. I don’t think that 19 people will be released on parole. This is how you should not respect the UK and the FSB
      7. afrikanez
        afrikanez 21 September 2015 11: 58 New
        +4
        And not only have the fears lost their heads, you look at what is happening on the ground. Local bureaucrats do this so that their eyes no longer look at it. Only execution and confiscation will help in this fight against corruption.
      8. serverny
        serverny 21 September 2015 13: 11 New
        +2
        Liberast ordinary - shifts from a sick head to a healthy one.
        In the case of Vasilyeva, the LETTER OF THE LAW was observed too zealously, the problem is not in the judicial system - the courts themselves do not write laws.
        But the fact that the laws do not provide for the confiscation of property and terms as a punishment for corruption, as for "especially serious crimes" is bad, and laws need to be rewritten.
        1. Kalmar
          Kalmar 22 September 2015 00: 02 New
          0
          In the case of Vasilyeva, the LETTER OF THE LAW was observed too zealously, the problem is not in the judicial system - the courts themselves do not write laws.

          And in the judicial one too: the court has the opportunity to choose a suitable letter of a suitable law, and at the same time its degree of zeal, letter, compliance. The desired result, in the end, will always be achieved: a "serious" person will be scolded and released, but they will simply close a mortal in all the strictness of the law.
      9. Kalmar
        Kalmar 21 September 2015 16: 33 New
        +1
        it is necessary to lift a moratorium on the death penalty, then they will be afraid, and right now from our impunity our leaders have completely lost their fear

        Will not help. The problem is not the severity of the punishment, but its inevitability. What difference does it make if the next patrician shines 10 years in prison or is he shot by hanging, if he knows for sure who and how much to give to his paw, in order to get off with a short suspended sentence?

        Here we need a more general and systematic approach, which, in turn, requires enormous political will from the country's leadership. It is a pity that so far they have not found such.
      10. Aleksandr72
        Aleksandr72 21 September 2015 18: 57 New
        0
        Impunity creates permissiveness. And for these gentlemen (including the feminine), our court is always at the service of "the most humane court in the world!" If you believe that the abolition of the moratorium on the death penalty is something for them who are in power or cling to it (we won’t talk about ways - we are not from Goebbels’s department or the State Department laughing ), will change - then you are deeply mistaken, for our court ... hereinafter. Although the moratorium on the death penalty in any case should have been lifted long ago, if only to ensure that all kinds of scum of the human race, who are serving a life sentence, do not serve it at our expense - and almost all of them deserve not just bullets, but ropes. I mean that we have this moratorium in Kazakhstan too.
        I have the honor.
      11. Karlsonn
        Karlsonn 21 September 2015 23: 07 New
        +1
        Quote: vadson
        hmm I wonder who believes in our judiciary
    2. jjj
      jjj 21 September 2015 10: 27 New
      +3
      And, as it turns out, all the main "hawks" of the West are fed from the defense
    3. siberalt
      siberalt 21 September 2015 11: 22 New
      +1
      Americans, of course, feel bad. And who would have known this if they had not conducted such polls.
      1. mirag2
        mirag2 21 September 2015 12: 35 New
        +1
        I think in Britain they made the same freaks from the opposition as from ours. The opposition seems to be there, and no one bothers it, but there are types that don't even bother with it.)))
  2. AdekvatNICK
    AdekvatNICK 21 September 2015 10: 18 New
    +13
    our figures are probably not even worth looking at. Trust in our system, if it was minimal, it personally reset to zero after Seryudyukov and Vasilyeva. And small fish like governors with a collection of watches and gold handles will not fill this gap.
    1. marlin1203
      marlin1203 21 September 2015 10: 52 New
      +1
      Is the governor a small fish? what Like a pickpocket, probably ... laughing
      1. AdekvatNICK
        AdekvatNICK 21 September 2015 12: 04 New
        +2
        Yes, small fish. The scale of theft higher than we did not even dream of.
        1. engineer74
          engineer74 21 September 2015 12: 11 New
          0
          For the sake of justice: when was the last time a state governor was arrested in the US? They are often nominated for the presidency ...
          1. AdekvatNICK
            AdekvatNICK 21 September 2015 12: 43 New
            +7
            yes what for me your rotten America. Look at what makes China better.
            By the way, here's a freshie ....

            The director of Lame Horse left the colony ahead of schedule. Served the sentence in the case of death in the fire !!! 156 people !!!!“The court examined the request of Efremova and granted it,” the source said. Thus, the four-year sentence for Efremova was commuted to restriction of liberty for a term of 1 year and 1 month.
          2. AdekvatNICK
            AdekvatNICK 21 September 2015 12: 57 New
            0
            Illinois Democratic Party Governor Rob Blagojevich Detained For Criminal Offense

            (2008 year)
  3. North
    North 21 September 2015 10: 27 New
    +3
    why do we need this dirty rag? I’ll understand it myself. (oh yes maybe a subtle hint that the Britons need help, because there are so many of our former compatriots there.) or is it dances on the bones? so they did not bend and are clearly not going to.
  4. vladnn2015
    vladnn2015 21 September 2015 10: 28 New
    +3
    The new world order advancing on everyone is a revolution. And you can’t do without sacrifices. In a relatively prosperous Europe, the revolution will hit painfully. But the Russian people can’t get used to it! It is impossible to lose what was already not)).
    1. gladcu2
      gladcu2 21 September 2015 18: 11 New
      0
      vladnn2015

      Well you have summer cottages. Thanks to the USSR.
      And here is where to live if there is no money. You can’t even pretend to be a fool, that they would take to the hospital to live.
  5. olimpiada15
    olimpiada15 21 September 2015 10: 30 New
    +5
    While there were socialist states that ensured the basic rights of citizens — the right to work, rest, free medicine and education,
    capitalist states were forced to maintain a certain level of rights and freedoms of citizens in their states as part of tacit competition. Now the need to support the social sphere in the West has disappeared, so the social standards of medical care in the West are declining from year to year, Obama was unable to carry out the promised health care reform, and the same thing is happening in other countries.
  6. provincial
    provincial 21 September 2015 10: 32 New
    +4
    After Serdyukov and Vasilyeva, our justice will have to try very, very hard to regain confidence.
    1. AdekvatNICK
      AdekvatNICK 21 September 2015 12: 49 New
      +4
      they have already tried ....

      The Okhansky District Court of the Perm Territory granted the request of the former executive director of the Lame Horse nightclub Svetlana Efremova and released her from the penal colony, where she was serving a sentence in the case of the death of 156 people in a fire ..... from 4 years she served a year .. .YEAR! for 156 deaths !!
  7. a-cola
    a-cola 21 September 2015 10: 32 New
    0
    We believe that we have everything to do with the branches and no corruption)))
    1. Lelek
      Lelek 21 September 2015 10: 58 New
      +2
      Quote: a-cola
      We believe that we have everything to do with the branches and no corruption)))


      It is THEY who think (no, THEY are sure) that WE think and believe that everything with justice is a "bunch".
      How do you like the phrase? hi
      1. gladcu2
        gladcu2 21 September 2015 18: 13 New
        0
        Lelek.

        Dmitry Puchkov does not like.
  8. zoknyay82
    zoknyay82 21 September 2015 10: 42 New
    +3
    Since the days of the USSR, the countries of the West have all decayed, decayed, cannot rot, and we have continuous prosperity. Especially “prosperity” is noticeable when you come to Finland, for example :-).
  9. tracer
    tracer 21 September 2015 10: 43 New
    +5
    The US judicial system is nothing more than a non-slavery legalized mechanism of enslaving the powers that be for generations of able-bodied citizens of their country. Anyone for any smallest offense in the United States in the absence of a lawyer (he costs money, a free lawyer will not even lift a finger) can easily be jailed. And for a long time. You don’t even have to do anything, it’s quite possible to slander anyone, voila !!! No one will understand anyway. In America, the very essence of the judiciary is based on a precedent. That is, the courts are judged as conveyors by ready-made templates, by analogy. And if there is not a lot of money to defend their innocence or not guilty, then the fate of the defendant is a foregone conclusion. The lawsuits themselves sometimes sometimes drag out completely artificially for years, or even decades, but this is only if there are well-paid lawyers and the defendant's ability to pay for these services. Most prisons are owned by private owners. Like a chain of cafes or restaurants, as they say, nothing personal. They simply make money on powerless prisoners. Prisoners are engaged in the production of mainly goods very profitable for the owner of this enterprise, such as ammunition for the army or private military companies. The prisoners are paid for this, but they are paid pennies that he can spend on cigarettes and anything else. This, that something else is acquired almost legally in the eyes of the guards who, of course, have their share from this. The US judicial system has long ceased to fulfill its immediate functions, and has simply become a mechanism for turning people into slaves, and the real ones. Of course the majority of the population in the United States understands this very well. It is just a business and nothing more.
  10. evil partisan
    evil partisan 21 September 2015 10: 55 New
    0
    As for blessed America, the people there will soon cease to trust all three branches of government.
    Well, right yes . And with such an armed population of the authorities it will be very difficult to explain to the people that it is good. They may shoot during the explanations ... sad
  11. forester
    forester 21 September 2015 11: 04 New
    +2
    Yes, I do not care about their forensic medical educational system - it inflames me that the worst that they have is being introduced in us And we do not have justice at all - we have the right of a strong
    1. tracer
      tracer 21 September 2015 11: 09 New
      0
      The laws of nature, however, like physics, no one canceled the brother .. "The rifle gives rise to power" These are the words of the "great Mao".
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    3. Wils
      Wils 21 September 2015 11: 27 New
      +2
      only Putin is good, he does not know what is happening on the ground.
  12. A1L9E4K9S
    A1L9E4K9S 21 September 2015 11: 33 New
    +2
    Here it is like in America, but there are people who still trust the authorities, and here in Russia there is quietness and God's grace, no theft, no corruption, the government works fine, abroad like the work of our government, the West is already choking with praise, if if in Russia a similar poll was conducted in America, then the percentage of Russians' lack of confidence in their government and the judicial system after the events would have accumulated eighty-odd percent, our guarantor of the constitution has the confidence of the people only in international affairs, and he has withdrawn from internal worries, given away the redemption of liberalistic trash, which is slowly destroying the Russian people with an economic noose, it is necessary for them somehow to fulfill the orders of the Washington Regional Committee.
  13. Down House
    Down House 21 September 2015 11: 36 New
    0
    Even the “native” Americans don’t believe in their “democracy”, but to the domestic bullshit, engaged in dollar grants, everything is like a pea wall!
  14. Denis Skiff
    Denis Skiff 21 September 2015 12: 44 New
    0
    Quote: Oleg147741
    Quote: vadson
    they will be afraid of lifting the moratorium on the death penalty,

    Such kasilieva and serdyukov will not be afraid of even taking off the maratorium, they are “untouchable”. They are illegal, they are too tough for the law, they are above the law!

    but it would seem, the servants of the people, yes?
  15. saygon66
    saygon66 21 September 2015 16: 27 New
    0
    - A small clarification - "Veteran of anti-war demonstrations ..." The old man never fought anywhere ... a professional politician.
  16. Filxnumx
    Filxnumx 21 September 2015 19: 01 New
    -1
    A citizen who stole a can of stew will sit behind bars, and a bonza who has stolen billions will enjoy in his mansion overlooking the Kremlin and compose songs about pink boots. bully[/ Quote]
    It is easy to scatter such words. And you try first prove that this one ... and stole 3 billion! Meanwhile, a citizen - here he is also a can of stew. Everyone understands who is behind the pink boots, but nevertheless, the EP will vote for him in the elections. Honest and principled in the "big" power and the "big" politics can not be by definition. We are only given the choice between evil and great evil.
  17. tracer
    tracer 21 September 2015 23: 13 New
    +1
    Let me remind you a bit of what exactly "such" Comrade Stalin did, from which the state apparatus began to work extremely efficiently. He introduced personal or personal responsibility for the positions held. When a person knew that it would not work out for what was stolen, you would answer for what you had done either with Kolyma or with the wall. Harsh, of course harsh, but at that time it was impossible otherwise. Although a rhetorical question begs. Well, really, if then it was impossible, then why now it is possible? Disclosure of a gang of federal-level scammers led by citizen Geiser is just the first “swallows”. By the way, with the younger brother of the chief corrupt official and person involved, things were studying at the academy together, but I can’t say anything bad about him. And Vasilyeva’s songs, during a house arrest about boots there or whatever they are ... slippers I didn’t understand, like many probably. I hope that this was a kind of misunderstanding. A certain "transitional stage", and new persons involved in corruption cases will already be sad songs to sing only on their own, and quietly on the bunks at night so .... So as not to wake up the lads.
  18. gladcu2
    gladcu2 22 September 2015 13: 25 New
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    tracer

    In the case of Vasilyeva there is a pitfall that is not talked about. What Serdyukov did has a subtext that is sound for the state. These are only personal conclusions based on the hints of analysts.

    The fact that Stalin introduced personal responsibility is a known fact. But the implementation mechanism?

    And a few more answers why the standard of living in Russia is maintained underestimated.

    Analysts say this is supported artificially for several reasons.
    One. This is necessary so as not to provoke the beginning of a great war.
    The second one. This is necessary to obtain a politically active, competent population. Self-education through the Internet information has not been canceled. The Russian segment of the Internet is abundantly filled with training information.
    Three. The absence of state idiologists keeps the Russian Federation in the framework of a peaceful balance. If such an ideology appears, then it will turn out to be a point of contention between the already heterogeneous economic population. In the meantime, everyone does not really understand where to work, quiet and smooth.
    Fourth. Russia supports the US economy. This is amazing but true. This is done consciously, and not under the influence of external pressure. This explains the recent purchases of the dollar mass. The reason is to avoid the destruction of the United States. Since the planet will not be able to maintain stability.

    Emigrants in Europe. Increase internal problems, distract from external employment points. To lower the standard of living lead to the average standard of the planet. As well as in Russia and in speed in America.

    All these measures should give time when a low bank interest starts to stabilize the economy. The liberal model will be slowly destroyed. Those. they try to nullify the real crisis by lowering and averaging the standard of living. Without a big war.
    1. Volzhanin
      Volzhanin 22 September 2015 19: 13 New
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      An interesting point of view! Hooked!
      Three! - why not? - Maybe you are right.
      But I do not completely agree with the second. Monstrous profanation! I think at least 90%.
  19. Abracadabrus
    Abracadabrus 22 September 2015 14: 58 New
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    When reading the article, I had the opinion that the author either considers the readers weak-minded or suffers from amnesia. In a relatively small article, a man managed to tell three times about 53, 45 and 32 percent of Americans' confidence in various branches of government and twice tell about the impending collapse of the British health care system. Involuntarily, I recall the "green green, green green."