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Syrian conflict as a “substitute” in domestic policy


Aviation Russia's operation in Syria is simultaneously a public relations campaign within Russia. The authorities want the same effect to be achieved as from the annexation of Crimea. However, military operations in Syria could turn into serious problems for the Russian authorities.

And if this action-operation had a code name, then it should be called “Crimea on the road”. Because the desired result is the same as from the annexation of the Peninsula to Russia: paramilitary mobilization of the Russian population and its consolidation around Vladimir Putin with maintaining the leader’s rating at a level not lower than 80 percent. In addition, the style of decision-making on Syria provokes the effect of deja vu - the same unanimous approval by the Federation Council of the sudden decision of the first person, as in the case of the annexation of the Crimea.

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In the eyes of the Russian audience, which has already stocked up with dark glasses and binoculars, as at an air show, the Russian president a) “made” Barack Obama; b) confirmed that the status of a great power is indeed restored, - Russia plays by its rules where it wants, and as it pleases, thousands of kilometers from its own borders and shouting, “Well, go away!”; c) thereby deserved the next presidential term.

The medium- and long-term consequences, such as an increase in military spending, which means a worsening of the crisis, damage to morals — the war is finally justified and morally acceptable, and no one is interested in increasing the risks of terrorist attacks and problems with a part of the Muslim population inside the country. Russia lives today. Show must go on. The pressure in the pipes of public opinion is to remain the same. Almost at any cost.

The Levada Center survey conducted by 18 – 21 of September, that is, before Putin’s speech at the UN, the meeting with Obama, and even more so before the beginning of the air operation, showed that Russian citizens were more likely to approve of Syria’s political and diplomatic assistance: This form of support for Bashar al-Assad. And if military-technical support was considered reasonable by 67 by the percentage of respondents, then only 43 was approved by direct military assistance.

Even the nature of the events in Syria was assessed by the Russian respondents to a greater extent as a civil war - so 46 percent of the respondents thought. And 32 percent supported the version according to which "terrorists, incited by the West, are waging a bloody struggle with the country's legitimate government." Only eight percent considered Assad a bloody tyrant.

It is clear that the air operation and even against the background of such a light-weight attitude of Russians towards the Assad figure and his regime mobilizes the population and the number of people approving of military intervention, especially if there really is no ground operation, will increase dramatically. But still, the Syrian war for the Russians will not be the same “native” as the Crimean or Donbass episodes.

Yes, this war is fair in the eyes of the post-Crimean majority, yes, it represents self-defense against terrorists, even if it is preventive. Yes, as long as she sees it as easy, with polite pilots, as the operation in the Crimea. But this war is a bit alien. And I really do not want a second Afghanistan.

For all the PR appeal for the domestic audience of the Syrian steps of the Russian authorities, this is a very dangerous game. In Afghanistan, the Soviet Union also entered gradually, in fact, like the United States in Vietnam, starting with weapons and advisers and ending with the hardest years of fighting in the jungle, desert, mountains (underline the necessary). And when the “narrow” Politburo decided to invade Afghanistan, this was also done at the request of, so to speak, the receiving party. History either forgotten, or Soviet clichés are reproduced by themselves in the framework of the “rut effect”, or analogies with the Soviet time are brought up from the past on purpose.

And if the Syrian war makes sacrifices? Shall we again cover the law of secrecy losses in peacetime?

In the Syrian PR project, another problem is sewn up: this cartridge can be shot ahead of time, because the elections are still far away. The authorities are accustomed to maintaining a very high degree of patriotic wave and excessively high ratings of trust and approval ratings. As soon as the effect of the Crimea and Donbass on the souls and brains of Russians began to fizzle out, Syria emerged as a sort of “Crimean substitute.”

Syria, of course, is a very successful manipulative pill in the sense that even nostalgia for the USSR, for “our bitch sons,” at the times when the country settled processes in the Arab world within the boundaries of its zone of influence and the range of “friendship peoples. "

But the action of this medicine, designed to divert attention from the economic crisis in the logic of “war instead of wages, pensions and jobs,” sooner or later, if not exhausted, will weaken. And then, instead of Syria, you will have to invent something new, equally symbolic, mobilizing and consolidating.

Since there will be no economic miracle, there is a high probability that a small, victorious high-latitude war will start for “our” shelf in the Arctic Ocean, for “our” Lomonosov Ridge in the Arctic. Or, in the Kremlin, they will be puzzled over something imitative, such as the struggle against “Albanian terrorists” in Barry Levinson’s famous film “Trickster”.

It is terrible to even think who the Russian aircraft will bomb when the Syrian effect comes to naught and the presidential election approaches. Syria would be very useful in 2018 year. But it was used in 2015, and now I’ll have to find another point on the map. Or another globe.
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  1. Balagan 14 October 2015 15: 01 New
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    What to draw all at once with black paints? We'll see...
    1. subbtin.725 14 October 2015 15: 04 New
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      Author Andrey Kolesnikov
      Alias: B. Nadezhdin.
      1. Baikonur 14 October 2015 15: 20 New
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        Auto RU:
        b) confirmed that the status of a great power has indeed been restored - Russia plays according to its own rules wherever it wants, and as it wants

        I would say differently: Russia plays by human, fair rules! And not where he wants, and as he wants, but where the world requires it, justice and how humanity requires it!
        And by its own rules, wherever it wants and how it wants it is the USA!
        With respect!
        1. Kalmar 14 October 2015 15: 30 New
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          Russia plays by human, fair rules! And not where he wants, and as he wants, but where the world requires it, justice and how humanity requires it!

          I understand that I am encroaching on the sacred, but did the world, justice and humanity demand to fit in with Assad in Syria? The world / justice / humanity does not need this, it only needs Bashar and his regime. Which in excessive peace, justice or humanity is very difficult to reproach.
          1. gjv
            gjv 14 October 2015 15: 35 New
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            Quote: Kalmar
            Which in excessive peace, justice or humanity is very difficult to reproach.

            And whom is easy? Except Russia.
          2. Siberian1965 14 October 2015 15: 45 New
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            80% of the territory in Syria is under the boot of “justice and order”, they go to schools there, happy couples look at the starry sky and read each other poems in beautiful Palmyra. Syrian troops and the "dictator" Assad did not even appear there until recently. You do not encroach on the sacred, you just go ...
          3. Edvagan 14 October 2015 15: 56 New
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            Assad may not be perfect. How not perfect was Saddam Hussein or Gaddafi. But after them, the collapse of the country, the fall of albeit undemocratic, but secular regimes, Islamic fundamentalism and extremism, cutting off heads and the power of a man with a gun. So, you also do not need to smear Assad with tar. The main bloodsuckers in the world are the Anglo-Saxons.
            1. Senior manager 14 October 2015 20: 10 New
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              In all these overthrows of the "dictators", for some reason, the deaths of ordinary citizens are forgotten, I believe, hundreds of thousands of lives are exchanged for the ideals of "democracy." And it is being discussed whether this is a move, strong or weak, how many percent for this or that, how much is left before the election, excuse me - this is dusting of brains. And it should be calculated how many civilians were destroyed in all after WWII conflicts organized by American warriors, and then it will become clear what our Supreme GDP is doing.
            2. Shurik70 14 October 2015 22: 41 New
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              The authorities want the same effect to be achieved as from the annexation of Crimea

              What nonsense.
              Russia wants her to have strong friends.
              And America wants it to have no strong enemies.
              It is not surprising that the goals for us and the Americans are directly opposite.
              But “the authorities want” - but you don’t figure out either you or America what Putin wants. There are no votes and money to be counted, but you just have to think honestly. Then immediately everything becomes clear what Putin wants.
          4. Alekseev 14 October 2015 16: 12 New
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            Quote: Kalmar
            Is peace, justice and humanity required to fit in with Assad in Syria? The world / justice / humanity does not need this, it only needs Bashar and his regime.

            Heard already ...
            And what is the “clip” on Bl. Is the East better than Assad?
            Are Saudis humane? Egyptian pre-trial witness?
            Libyan "democrats"?
            The second, ISIS fights against Assad, the so-called moderate can not be found in the afternoon with fire. ISIS is better than Assad?
            Hamadril Obamka and his vassals are silent, instead of answering these elementary questions. And from their pseudo-bombing, ISIS only grew stronger ...
            Isn’t it better to defeat ISIS, and then organize order in Syria, and in Iraq, where it wasn’t destroyed and the Americans couldn’t (didn’t want to?) Create it?
            1. Kalmar 14 October 2015 16: 39 New
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              And what is the “clip” on Bl. Is the East better than Assad?

              Yes, they are all about the same face. And what's the difference, what will the next dictator be called?

              The second, ISIS fights against Assad, the so-called moderate can not be found in the afternoon with fire.

              In general, many are fighting Assad. The main threat for him is the rebels, who are not connected with ISIS, three times more of which. The opinion was expressed that specifically with ISIS, Assad is not particularly struggling now, since there are more serious problems.

              ISIS is better than Assad?

              Do you believe it - do not care. ISIS wants to build its caliphate in the Middle East. Assad, you can say, has already built. What is it to us?

              Isn’t it better to defeat ISIS, and then organize order in Syria, and in Iraq

              Not better. It is better to first restore order in your own, and only then to treat this whole fraternity. Our country has more than enough of its problems; to get into strangers I do not see the slightest need.
              1. unsinkable 14 October 2015 17: 45 New
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                Quote: Kalmar
                It is better to first restore order in your own, and only then to treat this whole fraternity.

                First of all, let me ask you a question: are you nonsense or arrogant (change the flag)? Secondly: it’s a no brainer that if we don’t put everyone who wants to dictate their conditions to Russia, then who will let us clean up our house (and we’ll have a mess how much, not you alone know about it). This is understandable not only to a hedgehog, but also to a goat. You are not clear.
                1. iConst 14 October 2015 18: 58 New
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                  Quote: unsinkable
                  First of all, let me ask you a question. Are you unhealthy or arrogant (change the flag)?
                  I’ve said a thousand times - don’t look at the flag. The flag is substituted by the site by ip, but it can be changed through a proxy.
                2. Kalmar 14 October 2015 21: 42 New
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                  First of all, let me ask you a question. Are you unhealthy or arrogant (change the flag)?

                  "I am here, I am there, I am always" (c)

                  it’s clear that if we don’t put everyone who wants to dictate their conditions to Russia, then who will let us put our own house in order

                  Like, until I pile up a bunch of homeless people, leveling each other on the street, I won’t clean up at home, so what? Again, if the "people who want to dictate" do not even give us order on our own territory, what are we capable of then far from home? Talk nonsense.

                  And then, whom exactly does Russia put in place, bombing someone there in Syria? USA or what? Yes, they do not care, they are still rioting terror, since the stocks of bearded men in the region are more than solid.
                  1. Myth 15 October 2015 01: 40 New
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                    In my opinion you are just a horse
              2. Vladimirets 14 October 2015 18: 53 New
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                Quote: Kalmar
                It’s better to put things in order first

                This phrase with his head betrays any liberoid getting involved in foreign policy issues with Russia.
              3. Hello 14 October 2015 19: 03 New
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                Quote: Kalmar
                In general, many are fighting Assad. The main threat for him is the rebels, who are not connected with ISIS, three times more of which. The opinion was expressed that specifically with ISIS, Assad is not particularly struggling now, since there are more serious problems.

                I greet, with all due respect, the so-called moderates now two times and most of the participants have bearded bearded hares, some of them are fighting for Assad but much less than against him.
                Quote: Kalmar
                Do you believe it - do not care. ISIS wants to build its caliphate in the Middle East. Assad, you can say, has already built. What is it to us?

                Assad can be reproached in many ways, but he is not an ordinary dictator in the caliphate. In my opinion, the mistake of both America and the USSR alone wanted to build democracy, other socialism but dictators came out for some reason. It is not clear why the Americans did not understand that the Middle East is different from Europe
                Quote: Kalmar
                Not better. It is better to first restore order in your own, and only then to treat this whole fraternity. Our country has more than enough of its problems; to get into strangers I do not see the slightest need.

                Russia considers itself a great power to comply, but no competitors will eat
                1. iConst 14 October 2015 19: 22 New
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                  Quote: Hello
                  Assad can be reproached in many ways, but not in the caliphate, he is an ordinary dictator.
                  - Mlyn, and the Saudis, Qatar is better - well, rightly native democracy!

                  Assad was made guilty because the pendocam said no.
                  This is not about his relationship with the Jews - then your graters.

                  The same Saddam Hussein was for the time being a molded friend of pendocs until he bucked.
                  And what - he changed the system that fell into disgrace in the United States?

                  How to warm - don’t tell my slippers ...
                  1. Hello 14 October 2015 19: 32 New
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                    Quote: iConst
                    Quote: Hello
                    Assad can be reproached in many ways, but not in the caliphate, he is an ordinary dictator.
                    - Mlyn, and the Saudis, Qatar is better - well, rightly native democracy!

                    Assad was made guilty because the pendocam said no.
                    This is not about his relationship with the Jews - then your graters.

                    The same Saddam Hussein was for the time being a molded friend of pendocs until he bucked.
                    And what - he changed the system that fell into disgrace in the United States?

                    How to warm - don’t tell my slippers ...

                    So where I wrote that the Saudis and Qatar is a democracy is not a democracy at all I would even say close is not a democracy wink
                    1. iConst 14 October 2015 19: 45 New
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                      Quote: Hello
                      Taki where I wrote that the Saudis and Qatar is a democracy
                      - Taki between the lines: Assad dictator - that says it all - and his whole progressive humanity (with the Saudis and Qatar and moderate Al Qaeda, etc., together) deserves to be wet.

                      Or not?

                      I repeat once again: Israel can have its graters with Assad, but what the hell did pandocs with vassals have piled on?
                      I gave the answer above.
                      1. Hello 14 October 2015 19: 53 New
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                        Quote: iConst
                        - Taki between the lines: Assad dictator - that says it all - and his whole progressive humanity (with the Saudis and Qatar and moderate Al Qaeda, etc., together) deserves to be wet.

                        Or not?

                        I repeat once again: Israel can have its graters with Assad, but what the hell did pandocs with vassals have piled on?
                        I gave the answer above.

                        Apparently you will pervertly understand my comments I will try again. Neither Saudi nor Qatar nor Egypt nor Iran nor Syria are democracies. Bad or good for me is so violet, democracy is the same religious myth as communism in a single country. Progressive humanity is wetting the one he doesn’t like with dictator sauce, non-progressive mankind is still watering someone under a different sauce. Nothing new in this world. And yet yes Assad is a dictator, but I didn’t say whether it’s good or bad, whoever would come to power in Syria or in Egypt he would be a dictator, these are the realities of our region.
                      2. iConst 14 October 2015 20: 10 New
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                        Quote: Hello
                        Apparently you will pervertly understand my comments I will try again. Neither Saudi nor Qatar nor Egypt nor Iran nor Syria are democracies. Bad or good for me is so violet, democracy is the same religious myth as communism in a single country. Progressive humanity is wetting the one he doesn’t like with dictator sauce, non-progressive mankind is still watering someone under a different sauce. Nothing new in this world. And yet yes Assad is a dictator, but I didn’t say whether it’s good or bad, whoever would come to power in Syria or in Egypt he would be a dictator, these are the realities of our region.
                        - Really wrong. I apologize.

                        I’m already talking about democracy like a bull on a red rag.

                        And your judgments about such an entity as democracy are consonant with mine.

                        America will sooner or later substitute Israel. They substitute everyone - nothing personal, only business.
                      3. Otshelnik 14 October 2015 21: 14 New
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                        But America, Israel and Europe DEMONAkrati, oh sorry, democrats. You and your DEMONodankrats have plowed the whole planet Earth, mankind has been pulled down. Assad is an excuse for you, if you hadn’t Assad, you would have found what kind of pillar in the desert was not right.
                      4. Hello 14 October 2015 22: 01 New
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                        Quote: Otshelnik
                        But America, Israel and Europe DEMONAkrati, oh sorry, democrats. You and your DEMONodankrats have plowed the whole planet Earth, mankind has been pulled down. Assad is an excuse for you, if you hadn’t Assad, you would have found what kind of pillar in the desert was not right.

                        What kind of democracy we have, by the way, we don’t have a constitution either. wink
                2. MaKeNa 14 October 2015 20: 24 New
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                  So why don’t they be bombed by the Tomahawks ??? Do not establish democracy?
            2. MaKeNa 14 October 2015 20: 21 New
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              Here a man lives side by side, and he knows better that Assad or the second Libya is better!
              1. Hello 14 October 2015 22: 03 New
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                Quote: MaKeNa
                Here a man lives side by side, and he knows better that Assad or the second Libya is better!

                I’ll tell you how, in spirit, specifically for Israel, the pro-Iranian Assad or the Islamic State is one and the same. If Assad looks in your mouth instead of Iran, we will be glad fellow
            3. Kalmar 14 October 2015 21: 51 New
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              I greet, with all due respect, the so-called moderates now two times and most of the participants have bearded bearded hares, some of them are fighting for Assad but much less than against him.

              Kneading is generally difficult there. There is Assad who wants Syria back in control. There are rebels who want to overthrow him, for they are sick of it. There is ISIS, who wants to build the Islamic State and who, in essence, does not give a damn about Assad. There are Kurds who, according to a similar scheme, want Kurdistan. There are just different terrorist groups that work out the loot. All of the above parties butt out with each other: with someone more, with someone less. To reduce all this fuss to Assad vs. ISIS is very one-sided.

              In this, in my opinion, the mistake of both America and the USSR some wanted to build democracy, other socialism but for some reason dictators came out.

              I think the whole trick is that it was dictatorship that was built. For the USA and the USSR, the main thing was to gain control over a particular state. In a dictatorship, this is easiest: you hold the dictator for testicles, he holds the rest of the population for the same place. Under full-fledged democracy / socialism, maintaining its influence is much more difficult.

              Russia considers itself a great power to comply, but no competitors will eat

              I do not argue. But the ability to bomb someone there is not a sign of great power. Won the British in the 80s managed to pile up Argentina in half a globus, but no one considered Great Britain to be a great power.
              1. Dart2027 14 October 2015 21: 58 New
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                Quote: Kalmar
                To reduce all this fuss to Assad against ISIS is very one-sided

                More precisely, Assad against the United States.
              2. Hello 14 October 2015 22: 10 New
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                Quote: Kalmar
                Kneading is generally difficult there. There is Assad who wants Syria back in control. There are rebels who want to overthrow him, for they are sick of it. There is ISIS, who wants to build the Islamic State and who, in essence, does not give a damn about Assad. There are Kurds who, according to a similar scheme, want Kurdistan. There are just different terrorist groups that work out the loot. All of the above parties butt out with each other: with someone more, with someone less. To reduce all this fuss to Assad vs. ISIS is very one-sided.

                I do not agree with the rebels (I mean separatists by the type of Kurds), there is absolutely no left, and if one of them joined the bearded hares, he sits so quietly, because there is only one head on her shoulders and she needs a thing. Different groups fight mostly similar with those who fought in the 90s in the Caucasus, they hate each other but Assad is more, there are still IG there, these guys have already drunk blood so much that they are completely independent. Well, the Qatar branches with the Saudis are already without them, and I forgot the pro-Turkish guys. same hare about Iranian. Ask what is the difference between them all? I assure you, without a magnifying glass, you won’t understand.
                Quote: Kalmar
                I think the whole trick is that it was dictatorship that was built. For the USA and the USSR, the main thing was to gain control over a particular state. In a dictatorship, this is easiest: you hold the dictator for testicles, he holds the rest of the population for the same place. Under full-fledged democracy / socialism, maintaining its influence is much more difficult.

                Here, perhaps I agree.
                Quote: Kalmar
                I do not argue. But the ability to bomb someone there is not a sign of great power. Won the British in the 80s managed to pile up Argentina in half a globus, but no one considered Great Britain to be a great power.

                It's not about the bombing, but about the ability to solve complex global issues.
          5. lopvlad 14 October 2015 19: 05 New
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            Quote: Kalmar
            Yes, they are all about the same face.


            on one face only US puppets in different countries of the world are capable of only licking the ass of their master.

            Quote: Kalmar
            Do you believe it - do not care. ISIS wants to build its caliphate in the Middle East. Assad, you can say, has already built. What is it to us?


            not true. ISIS wants to build a caliphate everywhere and where it does not build, destroy the infidels (you).
            ISIL cells in Pakistan are particularly strong now and are seeking access to a nuclear bomb.

            Quote: Kalmar
            It is better to first restore order in your own, and only then to treat this whole fraternity.


            It is useless to clean up your house and yard if your house has no doors and the plot is not fenced. Buffer strong friendly or neutral states around the country is the best fence around the country.
            We had enough al-Qaeda flags in Chechnya and especially the al-Qaeda flag in Moscow on Dubrovka.

            Quote: Kalmar
            Our country has more than enough of its problems; to get into strangers I do not see the slightest need.


            Europe apparently does not have its own problems once it has provided and is supporting the military coup in Kiev in 2014.
            1. Kalmar 14 October 2015 21: 58 New
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              not true. ISIS wants to build a caliphate everywhere and where it does not build, destroy the infidels (you).

              And the USSR wanted communism all over the world to take shape. And his Wishlist was much longer than that of ISIS. There are enough people who want to stir up their caliphate in this region, and so far they are more than successfully compensating each other.

              Buffer strong friendly or neutral states around the country is the best fence around the country.

              I agree, but what does Syria have to do with it? Did we suddenly start bordering her? Iran and Turkey have not yet been canceled, and, which is typical, they ISIS, just like any other riffraff, nafig is not needed.
          6. Alekseev 14 October 2015 19: 09 New
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            Quote: Kalmar
            It is better to first restore order in your own, and only then to treat this whole fraternity. Our country has more than enough of its problems;

            It has long been written: "And do it, and do not forget that."
            Problems cannot be divided into purely external and internal. Banderization of Ukraine - what is it?
            So is the Middle East. Don’t help Assad (tomorrow it may not be Assad, but Mustafa, most importantly, that it should be normal Mustafa), firstly, terrorists who can well develop their expansion into the Caucasus will grow stronger, and secondly, we, the Russian Federation, will not be considered a capable player on the world stage. Tomorrow, on a command from the United States, oil will no longer be sold for $ 50, but for 20. Or for 10. And kissing the hands of the Americans, which is allowed for 10, or else they can order for 5. And "still in the UN" vote for that Russia did so, that is, as the American curator will say.
            And so, sovereignty, and BRICS, and the economy together with the Customs Union, strangled by various kinds of sanctions, and the territorial integrity of our state will slowly be covered.
            1. Kalmar 14 October 2015 22: 04 New
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              Banderization of Ukraine - what is it?

              This is what should be focused on, instead of all Syria. Syria is far away, and Ukraine is at hand.

              firstly, terrorists who can well develop their expansion into the Caucasus will gain strength

              Yeah, jumped over Iran and Turkey, and immediately to the Caucasus.

              secondly, we, the Russian Federation, will not be considered a capable player on the world stage

              And what do we have to do with it? Syria us what, a great ally? She was friends with us quite peculiarly even in Soviet times, and now there’s not much to do with us, except for a couple of half-abandoned MTO points (which now, however, have already been put in order).

              Tomorrow, on a command from the USA, oil will no longer be sold for $ 50, but for 20

              Such a probability, alas, is. But the humanitarian bombardment of some bearded men for the evil of the United States will not correct this situation.
              1. Alekseev 15 October 2015 18: 27 New
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                Yeah, jumped over Iran and Turkey, and immediately to the Caucasus.

                They don’t need to jump, they will be thrown up. yes
          7. Proud. 14 October 2015 19: 23 New
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            Quote: Kalmar
            Yes, they are all about the same face. And what's the difference, what will the next dictator be called?

            Exactly. And Americans are not dictators? Aren't they dictates? How to live, what to watch, who to listen to?
            Quote: Kalmar
            In general, many are fighting Assad. The main threat for him is the rebels, who are not connected with ISIS, three times more of which. The opinion was expressed that specifically with ISIS, Assad is not particularly struggling now, since there are more serious problems.

            Whose opinion is that?
            Quote: Kalmar
            Do you believe it - do not care. ISIS wants to build its caliphate in the Middle East. Assad, you can say, has already built. What is it to us?

            What !? What "Assassin built" the caliphate? Syria, with him, a secular state.
            Quote: Kalmar
            to get into strangers I do not see the slightest need.

            This is your private opinion. Interesting. Will you go down the street, will you see how they take away their pension from a granny, or they beat a woman, will you also get into other people's affairs? And will you find a rationale?
            1. Kalmar 14 October 2015 22: 06 New
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              What !? What "Assassin built" the caliphate? Syria, with him, a secular state.

              Dictatorship and dictatorship. Without religious sauce, but the essence is similar. For us - no difference at all.

              Will you go down the street, will you see how they take away a pension from a granny, or a woman is beaten, will you also get into other people's affairs? And will you find a justification?

              And here there is no grandmother, here a handful of gopniks grind each other's faces for the right to be considered center in the yard. Do you personally need such a showdown?
          8. Penzyac 14 October 2015 20: 54 New
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            Quote: Kalmar
            And what is the “clip” on Bl. Is the East better than Assad?

            Yes, they are all about the same face. And what's the difference, what will the next dictator call? ...

            And what do you care (for yours, one of the following, I will not quote, words)?
            Assad at least secular and more or less sane, compare with the leaders of the IG, al-Qaeda, etc. The better the same Obama? He behaves in exactly the same way as many "dictators", but only outside his country. Who gave him that right? May be you? I certainly didn’t give it! ...
            Do not be the devil's advocate! ... am
            1. Kalmar 15 October 2015 00: 33 New
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              Do not be the devil's advocate!

              A lawyer is justifying someone. And who am I justifying? Everything is black and white again: if I do not support the actions of our authorities, then I am for the United States, so what? Nonsense.
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            If Russia does not solve this problem, then the problem will solve (or solve) in our style all of us in the foreseeable future!
        2. Kalmar 14 October 2015 16: 39 New
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          And what is the “clip” on Bl. Is the East better than Assad?

          Yes, they are all about the same face. And what's the difference, what will the next dictator be called?

          The second, ISIS fights against Assad, the so-called moderate can not be found in the afternoon with fire.

          In general, many are fighting Assad. The main threat for him is the rebels, who are not connected with ISIS, three times more of which. The opinion was expressed that specifically with ISIS, Assad is not particularly struggling now, since there are more serious problems.

          ISIS is better than Assad?

          Do you believe it - do not care. ISIS wants to build its caliphate in the Middle East. Assad, you can say, has already built. What is it to us?

          Isn’t it better to defeat ISIS, and then organize order in Syria, and in Iraq

          Not better. It is better to first restore order in your own, and only then to treat this whole fraternity. Our country has more than enough of its problems; to get into strangers I do not see the slightest need.
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            And what's the difference, what will the next dictator be called?
            What words, it turns out, you know! "Dictator" - it is necessary. I did not have and do not have idols in BV, but read at your leisure about social policy, say, Gaddafi. I would not refuse such a dictator, chesslovo.
            The main threat for him is the rebels
            Generally charming. And what is a "rebel", excuse me? Those. gangs of armed people who captured not only cities, but oil rigs and pipelines, are they just good guys, sometimes having dinner with hearts cut from an enemy soldier? And why are these good guys sponsored by everyone who is not lazy and, in the main, the states are very far from democracy
            ISIS wants to build its caliphate in the Middle East. Assad, you can say, has already built.
            Tell us about the size of the Assad Caliphate. What do you generally know about the "caliphate"? The boundaries of the Islamic State Caliphate (regardless of their real capabilities) are the minimum border between Rostov-on-Don and Astrakhan. These are millions of "infidels" destroyed. And well, if in battle, and so - cutting off heads and burning alive. Do not care? Well, I do not mind.
            It’s better to put things in order first
            So hover. Or do not tryndit.
            1. Kalmar 14 October 2015 22: 12 New
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              Generally charming. And what is a "rebel", excuse me? Those. gangs of armed people who captured not only cities, but oil rigs and pipelines, are they just good guys, sometimes having dinner with hearts cut from an enemy soldier? And why are these good guys sponsored by everyone who is not lazy and, in the main, the states are very far from democracy

              Did I say they are good? Just one of the parties to the conflict, also not distinguished by excessive humanism against the general background. I just said that for Assad these guys are a much more serious threat than ISIS: there are more of them in numbers and supply them on a much larger scale.

              The boundaries of the Islamic State Caliphate (regardless of their real capabilities) are the minimum border between Rostov-on-Don and Astrakhan.

              You should at least read the materiel. Their current goal is to recover approximately within the borders of the Ottoman caliphate, which is still very, very far from Astrakhan and Rostov-on-Don (we look at the map). And even within these boundaries FIG who will give it to take shape: the same Turks pile on the most do not indulge.
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                You should at least read the materiel. Their current goal is to recover approximately within the borders of the Ottoman caliphate, which is still very, very far from Astrakhan and Rostov-on-Don (we look at the map). And even within these boundaries FIG who will give it to take shape: the same Turks pile on the most do not indulge.


                Well, in general, the Ottoman Empire included the territories of the entire North Caucasus, Greece, the Balkans, Crimea, the south of Ukraine and much more. and very close to Rostov-on-Don, which was laid precisely as an outpost against the Turks ...
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                  Well, in general, the Ottoman Empire included the territories of the entire North Caucasus, Greece, the Balkans, Crimea, the south of Ukraine and much more. and very close to Rostov-on-Don, which was laid precisely as an outpost against the Turks ...

                  I admit, I was wrong. So, as soon as Turkey and Iran enter the IG, we will have a real reason to strain :)
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            Yes, they are all about the same face. And what's the difference, what will the next dictator be called?
            - judging by the wandering flags, you are cosmopolitan and, in the blink of an eye, move from small-britain to Germany. laughing
            The difference is big - it will be "our" dictator or Western. And you would know that the state itself is an institution of coercion. Accordingly, any public entity is already a dictatorship by definition. And therefore, the name "dictator" is simply for people like you, to put it mildly, easily suggestible, in order to receive public support for the overthrow of an objectionable leader. Let's just say that the people of Holland would very much like to punish those who were guilty of the crash of flight МН17, moreover, the Dutch people didn’t understand for a long time that they shot down this plane - secretly, Almaz-Antey proved everything convincingly for a long time. But the punishment will not follow - because the United States is so objectionable. And why is this not a dictatorship? A typical dictatorship in Holland, people cannot invoke the law for just retribution - a typical sign of dictatorship. Judging by the wandering flags, are you gaining in the EU? And the dominance of LGBT, despite the unwillingness of the majority to be called parent No. 1 or No. 2? Why not violence? So take care of your logs in your eyes, Bashar al-Assad is just really a darling compared to what an unknown education is doing over the population of the West
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        ... only Bashar and his regime need it. Which in excessive peace, justice or humanity is very difficult to reproach.

        Russia in Syria defends its interests and supports the legally elected president. SSHA and their NATO cobblers, under the beaten mantras of democracy, stupidly demolish any government if they do not like it, and at the same time zealously support such "philanthropic liberals" as Qatar and Saudi Arabia.
        Moreover, the Taliban - al-Qaeda - ISIS - in fact, their creation.
        As the saying goes, feel the difference.
        1. Kalmar 14 October 2015 22: 14 New
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          Russia in Syria defends its interests and supports the legally elected president

          So I ask: what kind of interests are these? If terrorists need to be clicked like that, it’s better to do it in Afghanistan so that drug trafficking can finally be crushed from there, there will be much more benefit. I do not see any other interests here.
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            So I ask: what kind of interests are these? If terrorists need to be clicked like that, it’s better to do it in Afghanistan so that drug trafficking can finally be crushed from there, there will be much more benefit. I do not see any other interests here.

            About a bunch of respected interests. Firstly, the preservation of the Assad regime. As you know, Turkey’s natural counterbalance, in addition, it will greatly distract the attention of the monarchies of the gulf because they hate Assad for religious reasons. with world terror, it will undoubtedly raise Russia's reputation in the eyes of the world. Fourth, Iran I understand that I am branded for it, but nevertheless the sanctions have been lifted and the system of checks has fallen, luring Syria to its side will greatly reassure Iran in contradictions with Russia. In addition, do not forget that who is stronger in the Middle East is right, which means that neutral countries may well be more willing to make contact with Russia on security issues. This is my IMHO, so how can anyone really find out wink
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              Firstly, the preservation of the Assad regime. He, as you know, is the natural counterbalance of Turkey

              Given the current state of Syria, I strongly doubt that in the foreseeable future it will seriously counterbalance someone.

              Secondly, run in your army in combat conditions

              Wow, I don’t argue with that. Real flying experience will be very useful for our flyers, and it’s a long time to try new weapons in business.

              Thirdly, a suitable fight against world terror will undoubtedly raise Russia's reputation in the eyes of the world.

              Renome is a delicate question. The eyes of the world are all sorts of CNN, BBC and the media under their control. The picture in these eyes can be very distorted. Already, it is being drawn in such a way that, they say, the Russians came to water the terrorists, and instead they bomb the "moderate" fighters for democracy and freedom.

              do not forget that in the Middle East, who is stronger is right, which means that neutral countries are more likely to make contact with Russia on security issues

              Well, I don’t presume to guess, it may come out this way and that. As I understand it, Assad is not particularly popular in the Middle East for religious reasons. So the effect may be reversed, but there is nothing left to do but live and see.
      3. shasherin.pavel 14 October 2015 16: 40 New
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        We did not fit in with Yugoslavia and bombed it and fired shells from depleted uranium, we did not fit in with Iraq ... we betrayed everyone who was with us, hoping that the world would get better ... but did it become better? The Americans bombed Afghanistan, defeated Iraq, and did not find chemical weapons there. Who else should not fit in for the sake of pindos from across the ocean? can give them their territories for bases and sink their fleet? The world needs a world in which the Americans will look back at Russia ... "Now it will give a boot on the ass on the ass! ..." But the main thing is that countries afraid of aggression from the side of the Americans know that they can rely on protection from Russia.
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          We did not fit into Yugoslavia and bombed it and fired shells from depleted uranium, we did not fit into Iraq

          If you recall the history, then Russia regularly fit into the states that make up Yugoslavia. And then they either set her up, or in another war fit into us. Why fit into Iraq - I can’t imagine.

          The world needs a world in which the Americans will look back at Russia ...

          I agree, amers need and should break off. But the indicative bombing of their tame beards is completely frivolous, a waste of resources.
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            But the indicative bombing of their tame beards

            Do you offer to bomb their military bases?
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              Do you offer to bomb their military bases?

              Besides bombs, we don’t consider options at all?
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                Besides bombs, we don’t consider options at all?

                When dealing with bandits, one thing must be remembered - the only thing they understand is brute force and willingness to use this force.
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                  When dealing with bandits, one thing must be remembered - the only thing they understand is brute force and willingness to use this force.

                  Here was such a country before - the USSR. She had brute (and not very brute) strength for her eyes, and she was ready to use as much as she liked. But it did not help, and the USSR did not.
                  Brute force impresses the gopniks. The USA is not a street gopota, it is already gangsters of a higher flight, in which such a gopota runs in sixes. The ability to charge a nickel does not make much impression on them, here other approaches are needed.
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                    But it did not help, and the USSR did not

                    Betrayal is a bit from another opera.
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                    The USA is not a street gopp, it is already gangsters of a higher flight

                    He is a bandit, and an external gloss does not change the essence. Ask the Libyans, Syrians and Yugoslavs.
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                    Betrayal is a bit from another opera.

                    Why? Betrayal from scratch does not arise; Recruiting a key figure and making playing in your interests is also quite a method for achieving geopolitical goals. As an alternative to the bombings so dearly beloved by all.

                    He is a bandit, and an external gloss does not change the essence.

                    I do not argue, but here it is not only in the external gloss, but also in resources and opportunities. The essence inside is the same, but the methods of working with such bandits are already needed.
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                    Why? Betrayal from scratch does not arise

                    Does not occur. Only these are questions from different areas - counterintelligence and the army are not the same thing.
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                    here are the methods of working with such bandits - they are already needed.

                    It depends on what. If they create armed terrorist armies, the only thing that can be done is to bomb them away from their borders. Other methods are the creation of BRICS, the Customs Union, etc., but in this situation they lie on a different plane.
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                    Does not occur. Only these are questions from different areas - counterintelligence and the army are not the same thing.

                    What does counterintelligence have to do with it? My message was: to recruit key figures in the ranks of the enemy and make them work in our interests, shaking the organization from the inside (as Gorbach shook the USSR). This is already the lot of intelligence (SVR, GRU and who else is responsible for this area).

                    I think (I hope), work is also being done in this direction, we just don’t know about it (and don’t know), because secrecy and all that.

                    If they create armed terrorist armies, the only thing that can be done is to bomb them away from their borders.

                    This approach means that we completely give the initiative into the hands of the enemy. And my trainer, I remember, taught that the one who takes the initiative almost always wins the fight.

                    In fact, there are many options. For example, create your own counter-army. In the case of Syria, you don’t even need to create anything: there are completely ready-made structures to the ass. Choose one or two and support them in the fight against pro-American competitors for some piece of desert. And let the terrorists, as mentioned earlier, spend each other.
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                    This is the lot of intelligence

                    I had in mind those who were supposed to oppose them in the USSR, that is, counterintelligence.
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                    work is also underway in this direction

                    In the US, the president is a puppet of the rich there, so it is unlikely to succeed.
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                    In the case of Syria, you don’t even need to create anything: there are completely ready-made structures to the ass.

                    The Syrian express runs from the very beginning of hostilities supporting the army.
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                    And let the terrorists, as mentioned earlier, spend each other

                    Not sure it's going to happen. All of these gangs were created under the control of the CIA and I doubt that interceptions are possible.
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                    In the US, the president is a puppet of the rich there, so it is unlikely to succeed.

                    Why do we need a president? Sergeants rule the world - and recruit them. In the sense, persons in charge of certain areas. His Poteyev or even the whole Serdyukov can be found.

                    The Syrian express runs from the very beginning of hostilities supporting the army.

                    It does not seem to give the desired result. And you shouldn’t put everything on one player, because "do not put all your eggs in one scrotum" and all that.

                    All of these gangs were created under the control of the CIA and I doubt that interceptions are possible.

                    Created - perhaps. But someone cut funding, someone scored, someone himself from the main gang budded. And then, are our special services completely helpless against the CIA?
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                    Sergeants rule the world - and recruit them

                    Well, I believe that work in this direction is already underway. We clearly never know the details, but I dare to hope that in intelligence they do everything they can.
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                    And then, are our special services completely helpless against the CIA?

                    Russia needs a stable state, and not a gangster conclave, but this whole audience is ordinary ... and they will remain so. But for the United States, for which the more chaos and devastation the better, they are "bastards, but their own." Apart from Assad, you can deal only with the Kurds, but as far as I can tell they are allies
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                    Russia needs a stable state, not a gangster conclave

                    At this particular moment in Russia, nothing is needed at all. And then, I don’t urge to endlessly pull the cat by the balls in the long box: when some gang finally manages to chew on the rest, just slam it and build stability and a power vertical there.
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                    At this particular moment in Russia, nothing is needed there at all.

                    It is necessary to prevent the growth of this "caliphate" to our borders. Otherwise, it will be necessary to fight with them not only by aviation.
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                    when some gang finally manages to chew on the rest, just slam it and build stability and a power vertical there

                    How do you imagine this? Send in your troops?
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  • unsinkable 14 October 2015 17: 23 New
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    / humanity does not need it,

    Dear, what do you decide for the whole of humanity. Or you also consider yourself to be * exceptional *. Obviously you are from another world. Out of scanty, so you like the role of a provocateur.
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    And what does the world / justice / humanity need? To create, nurture and incite gangs of thugs on Assad and his regime? Destroy it and simultaneously slaughter thousands of Christians, Alawites and representatives of other faiths? Do you want such peace / justice / humanity? But if you want him that way, then sooner or later he will come for you, but it will be too late ...
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      And what does the world / justice / humanity need? To create, nurture and incite gangs of thugs on Assad and his regime? Destroy it and simultaneously slaughter thousands of Christians, Alawites and representatives of other faiths?

      Those. while for half a century the Alawites under Assad have inflicted the same Sunnis - this is no problem. And the Hezbollah, which he sponsored - it’s also white and fluffy in fact, it’s just not visible under the mask. To push such wonderful people is very unfair, yeah.
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    justice and humanity demanded fit into Assad in Syria? The world / justice / humanity does not need this, it only needs Bashar and his regime.

    Wipe the glasses. Did not help? Then both you and the author have the same rails. To liberalism. Assad’s help is fair, legal, and also beneficial to us. If this war will be long, then let’s talk about the losses in our economy, commensurate with the losses that could have occurred during the war on our territory.
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      Assad’s help is fair, legal, and also beneficial to us.

      Profitable than?

      If this war will be long, then let’s talk about the losses in our economy, commensurate with the losses that could have occurred during the war on our territory.

      It can’t be short-lived. "Remon cannot be finished, it can only be stopped." As for the war "on our territory" - we look at the globe and consider how long the Syrian thugs dig a tunnel under Turkey to the Caucasus.
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        Profitable than?

        If you need a monetary gain - this is a great advertisement for weapons.
        If domestic political is a consolidation of a society (how to use a separate issue)
        Foreign policy - distraction of other states from Hohland. (superpower, etc. nonsense: in the economic and military plan of the Russian Federation - a regional power)

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        It can’t be short-lived. "Remon cannot be finished, it can only be stopped." As for the war "on our territory" - we look at the globe and consider how long the Syrian thugs dig a tunnel under Turkey to the Caucasus.


        We do not live in the time of the Crusades.
        How did people from Afghanistan and Pakistan end up in Chechnya and Dagestan? the tunnel there needs to be digged even longer.

        PS: While the operation is going beautifully: public relations, the ground part is provided by the relatively combat-ready and adequate Syrian army (unlike Afghanistan, I remind you it all started with the overthrow of the legitimate governor by the forces of the USSR. There was almost no fighting capacity for your army). Let’s better draw an analogy with Vietnam, where the USSR limited itself to the supply of equipment, training and pilots, China (in this case, Iran) helped the troops - the result is a complete and brilliant victory.

        and do not confuse the caliphate and secular dictatorship - these are two very big differences.
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          If you need a monetary gain - this is a great advertisement for weapons.

          Perhaps. Although the long-range "Caliber" - still not for sale. Well, at least for PR.

          If domestic political is a consolidation of a society (how to use a separate issue)
          Foreign policy - distraction of other states from Hohland. (superpower, etc. nonsense: in the economic and military plan of the Russian Federation - a regional power)

          It's funny, in an article that everyone here desperately criticizes, that’s what it says. It turns out that the point is not in the fight against terrorism, but simply in organizing the Little Victorious War?

          How did people from Afghanistan and Pakistan end up in Chechnya and Dagestan?

          A certain number of individuals will crawl through, I do not argue. But not whole divisions? Otherwise, it is necessary to fence the entire country with a blank fence at 30m, so that no one will crawl through.
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            Perhaps. Although the long-range "Caliber" - still not for sale. Well, at least for PR.

            Export calibers, KABs, Air-Surface missiles Su-34, Mi-24,28.
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            It's funny, in an article that everyone here desperately criticizes, that’s what it says. It turns out that the point is not in the fight against terrorism, but simply in organizing the Little Victorious War?

            I would say "the fight against terrorism is far from the main reason for this operation, however, as is the invasion of Amers in Iraq and Afghanistan."
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    I understand that I am encroaching on the sacred, but did the world, justice and humanity demand to fit in with Assad in Syria? The world / justice / humanity does not need this, it only needs Bashar and his regime. Which in excessive peace, justice or humanity is very difficult to reproach.

    And I will encroach on the sacred and ask ...
    Is peace, justice and humanity demanded to bomb Yugoslavia, destroy Libya, destroy Iraq, and feed the terrorists in Syria ????
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  • communication 14 October 2015 18: 19 New
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    What are your claims to Assad? In America, blacks shoot with impunity and nothing, no one is indignant and does not call Obama a dictator. Assad did not run away and did not abandon the people. And he behaves like a real leader of the state. I do not know the facts in which Assad blame. Name and justify them, dear.
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    The world / justice / humanity does not need this, it only needs Bashar and his regime.

    You say this (when you find yourself there) to Milosevic, Gaddafi and Hussein. Or do you want the list to grow?
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    I understand that I am encroaching on the sacred, but did the world, justice and humanity demand recognition of the robber interests of the United States and its servants in Syria? The world / justice / humanity does not need this, it only needs the US rulers and their regime. Which in excessive peace, justice or humanity is very difficult to reproach.
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      I understand that I am encroaching on the sacred, but did the world, justice and humanity demand recognition of the robber interests of the United States and its servants in Syria?

      That's what I'm talking about. There is no need to drag in here "peace, justice and humanity." There is a usual struggle for power in the region; at the same time, in terms of peace / justice / humanity, all pretenders to the throne stand for each other. The prose of life ...
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    , but did peace, justice and humanity require a fit

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    The world / justice / humanity does not need this,

    You’re arrogant! PEACE ... JUSTICE ... MANKIND ... First, do not broadcast for everyone. Rotten attempt. And lying. Second, WE (Russia), also Peace, and we need it. About Assad ... It’s not necessary to blame him for things that are difficult to “blame” Amers, Angles, or say the Saudis. Everyone has a stigma in n .... in stiff bristles. It turns out that your “World”, like the “World” of others, in general Nothing is needed. Besides eating, sleeping, and c .... Brainless. Managed from the outside. And they will go like sheep to the slaughter, doing nothing, only chewing and other things. Until they are cut out . The same "unfortunate refugees." Your right. Your choice.
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    he has an English education, you can see (judging by the flag he raised him incorrectly), he apparently suited you before the age of 11, and why is the regime of the Yemeni president better that you calmly allow the Saudis and their allies from the Alkaide to bomb the moderate Hussite opposition? What's the difference, Carl?
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    Which is too difficult to reproach for excessive peace, justice or humanity

    for sure! but the current Libyan authorities are all out of themselves overly peaceful, fair or human! Well, straight God's lambs!
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    and where such awareness comes from, let me know?
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    And who do you want instead of Assad? Whom? Syrian Free Army is a bluff! Only ISIS remains! In your opinion, let ISIS, but not Assad ?! Then for whom are you fighting for?
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    Russia plays by human, fair rules! And not where he wants, and as he wants, but where the world requires it, justice and how humanity requires it!

    I understand that I am encroaching on the sacred, but did the world, justice and humanity demand to fit in with Assad in Syria? The world / justice / humanity does not need this, it only needs Bashar and his regime. Which in excessive peace, justice or humanity is very difficult to reproach.

    You still say that his opponents can be blamed for this! Saddam Hussein was also a "tyrant" so what? After its destruction, the population of Iraq became easier to live? Right, peace and prosperity! ... I don't want to be censored! ... It’s not up to us and especially not rootless Americans to decide who and how to rule in a particular country, if only this power is legitimate in the eyes of the majority of the country's population and, most importantly , it would not be aggressive towards all who are not with them medieval savages like the IG or fascists like Hitler! ... am
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    only your country can be suspected of excessive peace, justice or humanity ... This is undeniable.
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    I believe that in case of rebellion, the president, if he is the president, should suppress him. If it does not work out differently, then with bloodshed. He is legally elected, but any rebels are not. Not only can he, but he must also assume that they are your (USA and UK) proteges and will be a greater disaster for the people than he is. You call him a fierce, bloody tyrant, because he did not surrender to your hirelings on demand. You call it illegitimate, based on the unknown - on what, but you have chosen it, and your "moderate opposition" has no legitimacy. The moderate opposition began with terror, when no ISIS had a smell. They are the same terrorists as ISIS, only meaner. And you are their patrons, which is now completely clear. Everyone who fights with them does a good deed.
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      ... your (USA and UK) henchmen ... to your hirelings ... your "moderate opposition" ... And you are their patrons ...

      Oh, cool, it turns out that I personally brewed the Syrian butch :) Ai-ay-ay, how bad it turned out, I’ll go to recall my hirelings / opposition / proteges and others I don’t know anyone there, otherwise it’s just inconvenient somehow.

      You call him a fierce, bloody tyrant, because he did not surrender to your hirelings on demand

      Where did I reward him with the above epithets? An ordinary dictator, who kept his country in a state of martial law throughout his reign, for all who disagree. What did not give up - well done, although, if you think about it, what is his choice? In Syria, after the surrender, he is not a tenant, there is nowhere to run too much - they do not like him in the rest of the world, it did not work out somehow.

      The moderate opposition began with terror, when no ISIS had a smell

      In general, moderate opposition began with protests, the suppression of which were thrown by the military. And they didn’t stand on ceremony (after all, the military, not the police). Well, wrap it all up ...
  • Brewney 15 October 2015 00: 11 New
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    peace, justice and humanity demanded to fit in as Assad

    Is peace, justice, humanity in your USA or something?
    Russia with Turkey and the Caucasian republics has a visa-free regime in fact.
    The Turks with Isil and al-Nusra, in fact - too.
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    squid, go deep, don't shine
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    And how do you know which world, which humanity did not sign for Assad? The world in which the golden calf ball rules? Who would doubt that! There is no need to speak for all of humanity, since its majority is for justice, which makes people equal in opportunities, living conditions, and does not turn it into a dumb cattle.
  • Max_Bauder 15 October 2015 11: 20 New
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    I understand that I am encroaching on the sacred, but did the world, justice and humanity demand to fit in with Assad in Syria? The world / justice / humanity does not need this, it only needs Bashar and his regime. Which in excessive peace, justice or humanity is very difficult to reproach.


    And what did Assad personally do to you, that you hate him so much?

    I remember a scene from the movie "Accessory". Killer kills a man, a taxi driver unwittingly helping him, threatened by a pistol, is indignant and asks: Why did you kill him? you don’t know him?
    What the killer replies: Last year, the United States napalm burned several tens of thousands of people in Africa, did you know them? no! why don’t you worry about them, but for this man, yes?

    Here is the same. How many deaths did the United States and NATO army bring to Afghanistan, Libya, Yugoslavia, Iraq, now arming the Syrian militants, do you feel sorry for these people, hundreds of thousands of refugees, all this thanks to the policies of the US and EU leaders, why don't you criticize them?
    1. Kalmar 15 October 2015 11: 30 New
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      And what did Assad personally do to you, that you hate him so much?

      Why did you get the idea that I hate him? Where did I write this? He simply indicated that this comrade is far from being so pink and fluffy as they are trying to expose him. To a certain extent, he is also an accomplice of terrorists (Hezbollah is not just fighting for it for nothing). I don’t hate him; personally, I’m a little bit sidewalking him (I suspect him, too).

      all this thanks to the policies of the leaders of the us and the eu, why don't you criticize them?

      We have a kakbe talk about Syria, what does the US and the EU have to do with it? These guys also have blood elbowed hands, so I don’t deny it.
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    all progressive mankind requires Russia to be locked around the entire perimeter and divided, and Syria against this background may not be mentioned that there is some kind of the only foreign fleet base in Kamrani, it simply needs to be solemnly surrendered to am, along with all the personnel , equipment and ships, of which it is necessary to drive more to this base, and Assad in a democratic way (i.e., a crowd of stoned) to break, because nefig ...
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    Quote: Kalmar
    I understand that I am encroaching on the sacred, but did the world, justice and humanity demand to fit in with Assad in Syria? The world / justice / humanity does not need this, it only needs Bashar and his regime. Which in excessive peace, justice or humanity is very difficult to reproach.

    first withdraw troops from northern Ireland, return freedom to it, and then maybe voting rights on this issue may appear ...
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  • Reserve officer 14 October 2015 15: 26 New
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    If this article had been printed on paper, I would have taken it to the toilet on the carnation.
    1. Major Yurik 14 October 2015 15: 34 New
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      Quote: Stock Officer
      If this article had been printed on paper, I would have taken it to the toilet on the carnation.


      Alex, excuse me, take care of the seat, your body’s health is not worth this piece of paper soaked with poison liberalism! As Professor Preobrazhensky said, Into her stove! hi
    2. shasherin.pavel 14 October 2015 16: 48 New
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      Do not forget that lead is present in the printing ink, of course in small quantities ... but lead tends to accumulate with prolonged use, even if it passes through the skin of the anus. Then you will ask the practitioner: "Why did this point inflame me?" "Do not read bad literature in the toilet; you always want to wipe it with it."
    3. Tujh 14 October 2015 17: 33 New
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      Right The author of the series "everything is lost" in any scenario.
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      On a carnation, it would be better to author
  • Gardamir 14 October 2015 15: 55 New
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    to dishonestly, especially if you are Russian.
  • Lelek 14 October 2015 17: 41 New
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    Alias: B. Nadezhdin.


    That's for sure. His snout sticks around the corner.
  • CTEPX 14 October 2015 19: 00 New
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    Quote: subbtin.725
    Alias: B. Nadezhdin.

    The author, B. Nadezhdin, is fundamentally right)).
    Quote: From the article
    if this action-operation had a code name, then it should be called “Crimea on the road”.

    We also entered Crimea because of the direct threat of ISIS entry there.
    Quote: From the article
    Since there will be no economic miracle
    And here the author is right! There will be no “economic miracle” in the fall in oil prices. It is becoming more and more difficult to sell and buy oil stolen from three oil-producing countries. Saudis, Qatar and Turkey are buyers of stolen goods, the USA and Europe are dishonest buyers. Under the article go!))
  • neri73-r 14 October 2015 19: 47 New
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    Quote: subbtin.725
    Author Andrey Kolesnikov
    Alias: B. Nadezhdin.



    Or Gozman! Ugh, God forgive me!
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    Alias: B. Nadezhdin.


    I would give him another - Brad Gray Sewing
    1. Ladoga 15 October 2015 03: 15 New
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      No, there is one - Kolesnikov, on, “Echo,” struggles.
      They are all there of the same field, liberal, well-knit.
  • Dalnegorec1 14 October 2015 23: 11 New
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    Alias: B. Nadezhdin.
    More precisely: Borya-Wikipedia.
  • Vyacheslav 64 14 October 2015 15: 06 New
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    Russia has a well-considered and balanced foreign policy, we would have the same domestic policy, economic policy ... Russia would have no equal.
    1. Vend 14 October 2015 15: 15 New
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      whom will Russian aviation bomb when the Syrian effect wanes

      Author, calm down. Russian aviation will return home. And in Russia there will be another holiday, Day of Solidarity with the Syrian people. How do you live with such thoughts. So short and paranoia wink
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        Why not for long ?! It seems already in full - with impurities of schizophrenia! wassat
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    3. Kalmar 14 October 2015 15: 26 New
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      Oh, the minus will fly ... So:

      Russia has a sound and balanced foreign policy

      Sorry, but in what is this expressed? I will describe my vision of the situation, correct if I am mistaken where:
      1. Russia is now on its knives with half the civilized world.
      2. Most of our “allies” are any useless limit like Venezuela itself: they have zero benefits, but they constantly need to give out loans and forgive.
      3. Our "thoughtful and balanced policy" allowed the main enemy to completely take control of Georgia and Ukraine.
      4. In LDNR, “thoughtful and balanced policy” has come to a standstill: the Kremlin supports these regions, but officially does not even recognize their independence. As a result, we have a permanent hot spot at the very borders.
      5. Now for some reason we climb into Syria, where a bunch of terrorists enthusiastically wet each other. What goals are being pursued (besides the obvious “see others, show yourself”) is decidedly unclear.

      PS And the request not to sculpt minuses thoughtlessly: if I'm wrong where, I will listen with interest to the arguments. Maybe it’s really really cool.
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        In your opinion, it was necessary to continue the list so Yugoslavia, Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Georgia, Ukraine, Syria --- insanity would then reach us
      2. Mikhail Krapivin 14 October 2015 15: 44 New
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        It was a deliberate minus, as you requested :)
      3. Vend 14 October 2015 15: 55 New
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        Quote: Kalmar
        Oh, the minus will fly ... So:

        Russia has a sound and balanced foreign policy

        Sorry, but in what is this expressed? I will describe my vision of the situation, correct if I am mistaken where:
        1. Russia is now on its knives with half the civilized world.
        2. Most of our “allies” are any useless limit like Venezuela itself: they have zero benefits, but they constantly need to give out loans and forgive.
        3. Our "thoughtful and balanced policy" allowed the main enemy to completely take control of Georgia and Ukraine.
        4. In LDNR, “thoughtful and balanced policy” has come to a standstill: the Kremlin supports these regions, but officially does not even recognize their independence. As a result, we have a permanent hot spot at the very borders.
        5. Now for some reason we climb into Syria, where a bunch of terrorists enthusiastically wet each other. What goals are being pursued (besides the obvious “see others, show yourself”) is decidedly unclear.

        PS And the request not to sculpt minuses thoughtlessly: if I'm wrong where, I will listen with interest to the arguments. Maybe it’s really really cool.

        Half the civilized world? Look at the map.
        And most of the EU do not require loans from the IMF? Just think of Greece and the Baltic states.
        When the post-Soviet republics chose their path, Russia rose after the chaos. It was possible, of course, to the detriment of their country to retain all the republics. Then we would get what the United States so desires, hotbeds of tension on the Russian border.
        And where does the situation with LDN come to a standstill? From the very beginning, Russia advocated a cessation of hostilities. They have stopped. And LDNR from the very beginning, made two demands on their government — federalization and the Russian language as the second state language. They were not going to leave Ukraine, like Crimea. Forgot about it?
        A bunch of terrorists drenched each other. You look at the map, what is the territory of ISIS before the entry of Russia into the war. And who did you call the president of Syria a terrorist?
        Dear you do not own the information. Minus mine
        1. Kalmar 14 October 2015 16: 18 New
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          And most of the EU do not require loans from the IMF? Just think of Greece and the Baltic states.

          Um, so what?

          And where does the situation with LDN come to a standstill? From the very beginning, Russia advocated a cessation of hostilities. They have stopped.

          They just stopped right, yeah. The anti-terrorist operation is continuing, the situation there is very far from peaceful. And the hostilities did not begin around federalization, but when the Novorossiya project began to get muddy, subsequently foolishly merged.

          And who did you call the president of Syria a terrorist?

          The current regime has been repeatedly convicted of a tender friendship with Hezbollah. Or are they no longer terrorists? And the Syrian authorities’s own methods of working with the population are very doubtful: to recall at least how the riots were suppressed in 2011, when there was no armed uprising.

          I understand that I really want to see the picture in black and white: ours are white and good, theirs are black and bad. But it’s not so simple, not so.
          1. Vend 14 October 2015 16: 38 New
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            Quote: Kalmar


            I understand that I really want to see the picture in black and white: ours are white and good, theirs are black and bad. But it’s not so simple, not so.

            Do not understand. You are not adequate to yourself. Answering a question with a question is at least uncivilized. Allies of Russia asking for loans are bad for you, but EU members in a worse situation asking for loans are good. The United States not only collaborated with terrorists, they created these organizations, remember Afghanistan. Your unwillingness to see reality is your own business. "Everyone is mistaken to the best of his ability" laughing
            1. Kalmar 14 October 2015 22: 37 New
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              Allies of Russia asking for loans are bad for you, but EU members in a worse situation asking for loans are good.

              Bad both there and there. Everything is clear with the EU: the EU has contributed to the ruin of some of its members, now it is trying to put them in a debt hole. I don’t know why you decided that I saw something good here.

              With our “allies” the trouble is this: investments must bring some effect. If we are already feeding someone for a friendly relationship with us, we would like to know: is there any real benefit from this friendship?

              The United States not only collaborated with terrorists, they created these organizations, remember Afghanistan.

              I’m not talking about the United States at all, but specifically about the parties that are now trying to divide Syria among themselves, including Assad. With the United States, everything has long been clear.
          2. Victor-M 14 October 2015 16: 39 New
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            Quote: Kalmar
            Vend
            And most of the EU do not require loans from the IMF? Just think of Greece and the Baltic states.
            Kalmar
            Um, so what?

            Oh no, pay. laughing
            The current regime has been repeatedly convicted of a tender friendship with Hezbollah. Or are they no longer terrorists? And the Syrian authorities’s own methods of working with the population are very doubtful: to recall at least how riots were suppressed in 2011 when there was no armed uprising.

            Notice the riots, not the peaceful protests. It’s better to talk about the suppression of peaceful protests in “civilized” countries as people in the “stronghold of democracy” - the US is shot and do not forget Ukraine.
            1. Kalmar 14 October 2015 16: 42 New
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              Notice the riots, not peaceful protests.

              And there could be no peaceful protests - since 1963, martial law has been operating in the country with all the consequences. Those wishing to peacefully protest pacifizdili preventively. In such conditions, rebellion is a matter of time.

              Better talk about the suppression of peaceful protests in civilized countries

              Yes, they don’t stand on ceremony there either, but they still don’t attract the army and manage without casualties.
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                tell it in American Ferguson, and you are German or Brit, I don’t know how squids are, and cuttlefish have such a bag, with black liquid, which they stir up clean water, so you will
          3. Vyacheslav 64 14 October 2015 19: 35 New
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            The current regime has been repeatedly convicted of a tender friendship with Hezbollah.
            Following your logic, the most terrorist regime is the United States, because they are tenderly friendly with almost all terrorist organizations in the world, with some not even hiding.
      4. Gormenghast 14 October 2015 16: 00 New
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        with half the civilized world


        A world in which pederasty and drug addiction are legalized; in which feminism is elevated to the absolute; where blasphemous ephthanasia is encouraged; where children write complaints about their parents and are removed from their families for humorous reasons; where, in the words of N.S.Khrushev’s cousins, the “pederases” adopt normal children and make them mutants, I certainly can’t recognize it as civilized. No way. I don’t need such friends.

        I want to draw attention to the fact that Islam exists one and a half thousand years, Christianity - two thousand, and Judaism - more than three.

        These are the principles on which all world communities have been built for thousands of years.

        None of the world religions have Amer and Caucasoid values.

        No one can convince me that a "civilized" ideology, which is 50 years old, can stand against an ideology that is thousands of years old. I’m not at all sure that pederastic society will exist for at least another half century.

        Russia has long been “on its knives” - because of the thief of Khodorkovsky, because of the dancing of rabid vaginas in the Temple, because of the ban on propaganda of pederasty, because of the dispersal of obscure swamps and the natural planting of these, and so on. This did not happen yesterday, and not last year.
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          Gormenghast
          - Gormengast, well said!
      5. Major Yurik 14 October 2015 16: 04 New
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        Dear, hmm, Kalmar, hmm! Come on those points:
        p. 1 - the so-called "civilized world" is probably the one that threw atomic bombs on Japan, burned Vietnam with napalm, along with uncle Hitler, Mussolini, Franco, Horthy and others. Schnyagoy exterminated half of Europe and Africa and the USSR? And why would they suddenly become not against Russia?
        p.2 - our allies are not at all smaller, but more than the pillars of the Yankes fans, the Baltic pugs, the Polish mongrels, Romanians, well, the crown of alliance is Kakly and Georgians, whom you grieve in p. 3, let them babysit themselves.
        p.4-state or republics should be born difficult and go through all the stages of formation, as if I would not like to speed up this process. We passed the methods of accelerated statehood in the USSR, when the Middle Asian republics accelerated from the slave system to socialism, the result is known. The child must grow up, you should not give it from the kindergarten immediately to the university, just because you love him.
        Clause 5 - terrorists in Syria having fun mutually mutually mutating each other and robbing everything on their land, will no less fun moving muttus to your territory, because they need to eat, rob and kill without interruption.

        And minus to you, for what, your opinion has a place to be and should be heard out ?! hi
        1. Kalmar 14 October 2015 16: 30 New
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          p. 1 - the so-called "civilized world" is probably the one that threw atomic bombs on Japan, burned Vietnam with napalm, along with uncle Hitler, Mussolini, Franco, Horthy and others. Schnyagoy exterminated half of Europe and Africa and the USSR?

          What can I say - everyone has a stigma in the gun. Russia / the USSR also did not always showered with grace alone. Geopolitics is an extremely cynical and pragmatic thing, alas.

          p.2 - our allies are not at all smaller, but more than the pillars of the Yankees admirers, Baltic pugs, Polish mutts, Romanians

          I'm not talking about an Eastern European shusher (she's for extras), but about the west. We do not have a single ally that you can really rely on. Even with Belarus, even then relations develop over time.

          Clause 5 - terrorists in Syria having fun mutually mutually mutating each other and robbing everything on their land, will no less fun moving muttus to your territory, because they need to eat, rob and kill without interruption.

          Where such confidence? It feels like any self-respecting terrorist seeks to eventually run into Russia. ISIS stirs up its caliphate there, without encroaching on the territory of the Russian Federation. Kurds draw up their Kurdistan. The rest just get on both of them (and each other). Why should they climb to us? In fact, now the opposite process takes place: terrorists from all over the world (even from the Russian Federation, yeah) slide into this bioreactor for subsequent self-utilization.
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            Quote: Kalmar
            What can I say - everyone has a stigma in the gun. Russia / the USSR also did not always showered with grace alone. Geopolitics is an extremely cynical and pragmatic thing, alas.

            Cynical, yes.
            Please tell me if you agree with the following quote.
            In May 1846, John Crittenden, speaking to the United States Congress, declared: “I hope that my country will be right; however, I will stand by her side, whether she is right or wrong ”(Stevenson's Book of Proverbs, Maxims and Familiar phrases. Selected and arranged by Burton Stevenson. London, 1949. P. 1758. Section 12)

            I agree! I agree 100%!
            Or will you, like those handshakes of general human beings, bleat that we all must repent forever ?!

            Quote: Kalmar
            I'm not talking about an Eastern European shusher (she's for extras), but about the west. We do not have a single ally that you can really rely on. Even with Belarus, even then relations develop over time.

            Apparently, you have to fill up with quotes
            Russia has no friends. They are afraid of our vastness. We have only two reliable friends: the Russian army and the Russian fleet!

            So do not let your Europeans care about the presence / absence of allies in Russia.

            Quote: Kalmar
            Where such confidence? It feels like any self-respecting terrorist seeks to eventually run into Russia. ISIS stirs up its caliphate there, without encroaching on the territory of the Russian Federation. Kurds draw up their Kurdistan. The rest just get on both of them (and each other). Why should they climb to us? In fact, now the opposite process takes place: terrorists from all over the world (even from the Russian Federation, yeah) slide into this bioreactor for subsequent self-utilization.

            Have you heard about the Caucasus Emirate, no? The one whose leaders are successfully disposed of almost annually. Also part of the IG is considered. Up to Rostov, sort of ... Or is it not Russia already, in your opinion?
            The enemy must be beaten in his house, and not wait when he comes to ours!

            PS You said something about Afghanistan there ... Google - 5-10 years ago, an American (!) Agency that conducted social polls conducted a social survey of the people of Afghanistan - when they had a better life. Most answered - with shuravi!
            Apparently the reason was simple - people entrusted not only to the "occupation", about which they sang the West in their ears. People then fought with the Mujahideen - Afghan people! the Afghan army - for hospitals, education, for the Afghan astronaut, after all! Do democrats bring much of this to Iraq, Afghanistan, Libya, Syria?
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            Quote: Kalmar
            I'm not talking about an Eastern European shusher (she's for extras), but about the west. We do not have a single ally that you can really rely on. Even with Belarus, even then relations develop over time.

            Here to the point. It’s really sad and they won’t be able to bomb them.

            Quote: Kalmar
            In fact, now the opposite process takes place: terrorists from all over the world (even from the Russian Federation, yeah) slide into this bioreactor for subsequent self-utilization.

            But here I do not agree, let’s recall Afghanistan after the departure of OKSVA. Before the arrival of the ovs, they grew well there, multiplied and crawled to where they found slack (Chechnya)
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            Quote: Kalmar
            I'm not talking about an Eastern European shusher (she's for extras), but about the west. We do not have a single ally that you can really rely on. Even with Belarus, even then relations develop over time.

            Here to the point. It’s really sad and they won’t be able to bomb them.

            Quote: Kalmar
            In fact, now the opposite process takes place: terrorists from all over the world (even from the Russian Federation, yeah) slide into this bioreactor for subsequent self-utilization.

            But here I do not agree, let’s recall Afghanistan after the departure of OKSVA. Before the arrival of the ovs, they grew well there, multiplied and crawled to where they found slack (Chechnya)
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        It's as simple as 2 finger on asphalt.
        Through Syria they wanted to lay a pipe from the Middle East. The pipe, due to certain conditions, was supposed to go only through Syria. This affects the interests of Gazprom, and therefore the interests of the Russian Federation. Bashar al-Assad and the entire dynasty have not historically digested the west and, in opposition to other BV + countries, he has certain warm relations with Moscow. He was asked and he did what was necessary. Did not even consider the pipe agreement. Because of this suddenly a clogged and wretched opposition in Syria has weapons instructors, etc. Now the US openly says that it is arming the opposition. Then the opposition in the Middle East once again goes into radical Islam. It is already impossible to distinguish the opposition from radical Islamists.
        Moreover, the residents of the Russian Federation, Tajikistan, etc., even Europe, who were fucked up on their heads, went there to carry their interpretation of Islam to the masses with the help of Kalashnikovs, RPGs, etc.
        In order to secure their gas supplies, to protect the population from future explosive citizens, it was decided to water everyone there while all the biomass is still there. Moderate, immoderate opposition - everyone decided to wet. The US wants only to partially deceive the radical, and leave the opposition to continue to spoil Assad.
        PS No matter how many "civilized countries" come to uncivilized, the population in these uncivilized always is declining. There is no right or not. There is a clash of interests. As always, this happened. Religion, resources, ideology, wealth, prestige, power ambitions - all the same eggs, only in profile.
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        Perhaps you are wrong, and not right, because in spite of all the ruses of the West after the collapse of the USSR about universal peace and respect, about democracy and the rejection of weapons and force as pressure, everything remained as it was. A country that does not have a strong and independent army will never play an important role in the world. What is the use of Japan is the third economy in the world but they have no eggs. They were cut off in the 3th and now they, as a eunuch, are satisfied with their position. And if Russia had not intervened in Ukraine, it would have sailed west anyway. All the same, Russian blvli would be to blame. What is only a company of Western media against Putin before the Olympics. Having essentially nothing against him, they sucked out of the finger about the gays of the gays, and they so propelled that Putin was already a villain to the Crimea. When the gopnik has gotten to the bottom of you, he will get to the bottom anyway.
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      9. iConst 14 October 2015 16: 23 New
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        Oh, they’ll fly ...
        - And rightly so.
        Quote: Kalmar
        I will describe my vision of the situation, correct if I am mistaken where:
        1. Russia is now on its knives with half the civilized world.
        - This is your crazy fantasy.
        I explain: Russia is now with no one on knives, not on forks, or on anything else.
        There is one “exceptional hegemon” which is very unhappy that Russia sends it in three letters, that’s all. All the rest are miserable hangers-on, who talk about it from time to time about how they twisted their eggs about anti-Russian actions.

        So, you are either a provocateur-troll or an ignoramus. Further discussion is pointless.

        Ext .: I’ll clarify it just in case “on fingers”: if I walk along the street and some mongrel starts to shit on me - am I on the “knives” with this mongrel? It’s not funny to yourself, you are our philosopher ... smile
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          hi I’m silent about the flag, because I see that you are from normal members of the forum, and because I liked your comment. It’s simple and intelligible. I’ll add that the USA is a powerful state, you won’t take it away and all their hangers-on understand that if it weren’t for the Americans , we (i.e. Russia) would break them like a Tuzik heating pad. Even half the world.
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        1. Instead of "... Russia ..." insert the United States.
        2. ... useless limit ... insert Germany.
        3. Yes. Given to the load. And our well-thought-out and balanced policy "allowed the main adversary to incompletely take control of Georgia and Ukraine." We removed vital organs from the “bodies”.
        4. We have a structure as a fulcrum and at any right moment we will turn Ukraine, their hands (LDNR).
        5. Syria is only part of the plan. The Internet is jammed with analytes. You will find it yourself. yes
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        Oh, the minus will fly ... So:

        Well, they’ll fly right.
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        3. Our "thoughtful and balanced policy" allowed the main enemy to completely take control of Georgia and Ukraine.

        It’s useless to comment on your pearl, but I’ll try to clarify, or rather to ask you simple questions: And what should Russia do in these republics, like some kind of revolution in America ?! Or to push a bunch of dough there, tearing it off from its citizens and feeding any dependents there ?! And so the people in Russia are unhappy that we are selling “fraternal” nations that are rude to us at cheap prices. For me, I would shut off the valve to all Russophobes, until I fully understand that I wouldn’t bite my lactating hand (although sanctions are counterproductive).
        And about the correctness of the policy in Syria says the fact of the detention in Moscow of the militants during the preparation of the terrorist attack (who arrived in Russia before the start of our operation). And do not pretend to be a naive Yakut girl, do you really think that all sorts of different groups there would leave Russia alone ?! I advise you to look at a map of the future igil caliphate (they started talking about it last year), and there is a "piece" of Russia drawn. It was necessary to wait for a war on its borders or within the country ?! We have few who pass in TFR.
        1. Kalmar 14 October 2015 16: 49 New
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          And what should Russia have done in these republics, like some kind of revolution in America ?!

          To answer these questions, we have a whole ministry - the Foreign Ministry is called. But it’s obvious that you just had to sit and watch how the enemy approaches the borders.

          Or to push a bunch of dough there, tearing it off from its citizens and feeding any dependents there ?!

          Tell us how much Russia forgives loans to any "allies" every year, or do you google it yourself?

          I would shut off the valve to all Russophobes

          Actually, the whole "balanced and thought-out" policy in relation to Ukraine was reduced to this: just a little - we turn the valve.

          Do you really think that all sorts of different groups there would leave Russia alone ?!

          Already wrote above - every self-respecting terrorist must certainly smash into Russia, yeah. And if somewhere to iron something with bombs - then no need, yeah. Well, it's stupid. It makes no sense to fight terrorism like that.
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            Quote: Kalmar
            Actually, the whole "balanced and thought out" policy in relation to Ukraine came down to this: just a little - we turn the valve

            Here it becomes interesting! And when did they spin the screw then ?!
            Do not carry nonsense, you are respected our "chameleon" (you are present with the English flag or the Teutonic on the site, but what a true face it is scary to show ?!).
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            Tell us how much Russia forgives loans to any "allies" every year, or do you google it yourself?

            Well, who's stopping you from posting a link here ?!
            Quote: Kalmar
            Well, it's stupid. It makes no sense to fight terrorism like that.

            And here it becomes quite interesting! And how do you think it is worth fighting terrorism ?! Please share with us a recipe please! And then the country's leadership is engaged in some sort of "nonsense" !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
            1. Kalmar 14 October 2015 22: 47 New
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              And when did they spin the screw then ?!

              Well, let's say, in 2006. On Wikipedia, an entire article about all these things is, if that.

              Well, who's stopping you from posting a link here ?!

              Let's say this: http://www.novayagazeta.ru/economy/49297.html

              And how do you think it is worth fighting terrorism ?!

              Like with cockroaches. You can clap a slipper one at a time - there won’t be any sense. You can deprive the food supply - and they will disappear. While terrorists are regularly funded, they will not go anywhere, no matter how many bombs they have.

              And then the country's leadership is engaged in some sort of "nonsense"

              The country's leadership in Syria pursues some other goals. The fight against terrorism - this is so, between things.
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                A person using Wikipedia data ?! belay No, this is definitely not a man!
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                Quote: Kalmar
                You can deprive the food supply - and they will disappear. While terrorists are regularly funded, they will not go anywhere, no matter how many bombs they have.

                An interesting recipe! That is, you propose to destroy the United States, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and other countries that sponsor terrorists ?!
                If you follow your recipe, then - hello the third world war. Are you sure that your recipe is so right ?!
                And now about the debts: "... For 11 years, Russia has forgiven foreign debts of $ 80 billion, but it itself has paid creditors $ 124 billion ..."This is the name of the article on your link. And now an excerpt from the article:"...- Any write-off of debts has several components. The first is the most important motive when it is simply impossible to receive a debt. In this case, the states are trying to get something in return. In particular, some privileges for the work of Russian companies (for example, large Russian companies have significant interests in Iraq). The second is political influence. Thirdly, the financial image of the country. If a country can afford to write off loans, then everything is in order with finances. In connection with the likelihood of Russia entering the international capital markets in the near future, this is the main argument ..."That is, we are writing off debts in order to attract more money to the country! Did I understand correctly ?! So what bad thing did you find in this cancellation? !!!
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                Well, let's say, in 2006. On Wikipedia, an entire article about all these things is, if that.

                Wow, nine years old! A fresher ?! And about the shutoff of the valve, I have already expressed my opinion, but I can repeat:
                Quote: AndreyS
                For me, I would shut off the valve to all Russophobes, until I fully understand that I wouldn’t bite my lactating hand
                1. Kalmar 15 October 2015 10: 15 New
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                  An interesting recipe! That is, you propose to destroy the United States, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and other countries that sponsor terrorists ?!

                  Why destroy it right away? What are you all evil what? One must strive to cut off terrorists from financing, or make this financing as inefficient as possible. Can they, terrorists, introduce our officials into the leadership? Their experience of cuts / kickbacks is large-scale, they can master almost any amount from Uncle Sam with zero exhaust :)

                  That is, we write off debts in order to attract more money to the country! Did I understand correctly ?! So what bad did you find in this cancellation? !!!

                  Judging by the annual increase in net capital outflows, this strategy somehow works very poorly. I would say it doesn’t work at all. Work on the image is also doubtful: it is possible that it impresses the townsfolk, but experts know what else to look at (for the same outflow, let’s say), you won’t be able to do such tricks.
        2. Kalmar 14 October 2015 16: 49 New
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          And what should Russia have done in these republics, like some kind of revolution in America ?!

          To answer these questions, we have a whole ministry - the Foreign Ministry is called. But it’s obvious that you just had to sit and watch how the enemy approaches the borders.

          Or to push a bunch of dough there, tearing it off from its citizens and feeding any dependents there ?!

          Tell us how much Russia forgives loans to any "allies" every year, or do you google it yourself?

          I would shut off the valve to all Russophobes

          Actually, the whole "balanced and thought-out" policy in relation to Ukraine was reduced to this: just a little - we turn the valve.

          Do you really think that all sorts of different groups there would leave Russia alone ?!

          Already wrote above - every self-respecting terrorist must certainly smash into Russia, yeah. And if somewhere to iron something with bombs - then no need, yeah. Well, it's stupid. It makes no sense to fight terrorism like that.
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        1) Against Russia, most of the European government is now, but this does not always apply to the people.
        2) Venezuela is not a limit, but the possibility of basing our fleet and the base for the Tu-160, and it is worth a lot.
        3) about Georgia: let it not be included in any block, but we also do not need this parasite.
        And anyway: Sit Squid, you two. And tomorrow with my parents to the director. "I didn’t put the cons. I disdain.
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          And I put a plus. For * disdain * good hi
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          1) Against Russia, most of the European government is now, but this does not always apply to the people.

          Do people introduce sanctions or the government?

          2) Venezuela is not a limit, but the possibility of basing our fleet and the base for the Tu-160, and it is worth a lot.

          Do not make me laugh. Venezuela lives off oil exports, most of which are refined where? That's right, in the USA. They will not give them any of our fleet or Tu-160 base there.

          But for now, you can speculate on why you should keep the Tu-160e there (they will do their job perfectly from the territory of Russia) and which fleet you plan to drive there. Especially if a couple of USG Navy AUGs are registered nearby.

          3) about Georgia: let it not be included in any block, but we also do not need this parasite.

          But it’s not a parasite. This is another unfriendly state at hand - do we need it?
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        Quote: Kalmar
        we climb into Syria, where a bunch of terrorists enthusiastically wet each other.

        Do not distort. Assad supports the entire people of Syria. Even under shelling, the majority voted for him. Do not equal the terrorists and the people of Syria. Your task - we understand, look back - how few people like you !.
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          Assad supports all the people of Syria

          Rave. “The whole people of Syria” are 80% Sunnis, who the Alawites (the Basharov government), generally speaking, do not particularly like. If all the people really supported Assad, government troops would now control more than 15% of the country's territory.
      14. Dart2027 14 October 2015 19: 08 New
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        Russia is now on the knives with half the civilized world

        Civilized-is this in the sense of a century that dreams of making Russia its colony?
        Quote: Kalmar
        Most of our “allies” are any useless limit like Venezuela itself: there’s zero benefit from them, but constantly they need to give out loans and forgive

        What are the public debts of the "civilized"?
        Quote: Kalmar
        Our "thoughtful and balanced policy" allowed the main enemy to completely take control of Georgia and Ukraine

        This happened thanks to the traitor Gorbachev.
        Quote: Kalmar
        As a result, we have a permanent hot spot at the very borders.

        But this point does not destroy us, but "independence"
        Quote: Kalmar
        What are the goals pursued

        At a minimum, so that these terrorists do not come to us.
      15. Proud. 14 October 2015 19: 37 New
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        Quote: Kalmar
        1. Russia is now on its knives with half the civilized world.

        This "civilized world", fell under one, the most "main civilizer." Yes, and what is the "civilization"? A screen, no more.
        Quote: Kalmar
        2. Most of our “allies” are any useless limit like Venezuela itself: they have zero benefits, but they constantly need to give out loans and forgive.

        Uh ... Yes, you are arrogant. It’s bad. Arrogance is punishable. And tell me, what, to the same amers, is the use of the Baltic states, Poles? Constantly they demand loans, and forgive. Continue to explain?
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        3. Our "thoughtful and balanced policy" allowed the main enemy to completely take control of Georgia and Ukraine.

        Ah ... Everything is as usual. You have a plan, many ... plans. How to resolve everything. But you know everything, and knew how to do it. Is it good to be strong, have a back mind? Yes? You don’t know anything, and neither You don’t have the right to speculate why this happened. Just keep quiet. The same goes for the following points. I won’t say one thing. , you are a couch strategist, like a politician.
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        A civilized world .... is it in the sense of the usa, geyevropa, israel? Stop the Earth, I will come down!
      17. Ladoga 15 October 2015 03: 35 New
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        Well, about the knives from half of the, civilized world, it’s you who you slaughtered without thinking.
        I saw, and not only I alone, how the American sixes bent over to Putin. To greet.
        Yes, and the UN literally bent down did not allow him to crouch in order to shake hands and take pictures with him.
        The Americans themselves admit that Putin holds their eggs, because all their power rests on the world dollar system. But as a supporter of the so-called soft power, he does not make any sudden movements in this regard. But everything is ahead, everything can change.
        1. Kalmar 15 October 2015 08: 21 New
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          Americans themselves admit that Putin holds their eggs, because all their power rests on the world dollar system

          Who is they who admits there? Do not fantasize.
          Then, the power of the Russian Federation, surprisingly, rests on the same dollar system: as long as a stream of dollars is flowing into the country in exchange for oil, everything is in full swing. It was worth it to narrow this flow when prices dipped, we all immediately rushed to the economic crisis. For amers, it will not be a big problem to lower prices even more strongly - well, who is holding anyone's balls here?
          1. CTEPX 15 October 2015 10: 33 New
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            For amers it will not be a big problem to squander prices (oil) even more

            It will become. Putin really grabbed their eggs, because he breaks the mechanism of "drawdown" prices - the sale of stolen oil at dumping prices. He just bombes this "mechanism")).
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              It will become. Putin really grabbed their eggs, because he breaks the mechanism of "drawdown" prices - the sale of stolen oil at dumping prices. He just bombes this "mechanism")).

              Oh, here from this place in more detail, please :)
              But for now, I’ll take a look at how much oil is now ... So-and-so ... Oh, well, 49.77 - still not 100. The strong "mechanism" turned out to not break, however :)
              1. CTEPX 15 October 2015 11: 07 New
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                how much is oil now ... So-so ... Oh you, 49.77

                See further)). Everything is known in dynamics.
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                  See further)). Everything is known in dynamics.

                  For almost a year now the whole country has been watching in a single impulse. The dynamics are somehow not encouraging.
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                    Who is they who admits there? Do not fantasize. (Kalmar).
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                    For almost a year now the whole country has been watching in a single impulse.

                    And for me it’s not even a month has passed)).
          2. Ladoga 15 October 2015 22: 01 New
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            I’m not even going to fantasize. To dream is your hobby.
            "Russia holds the petrodollar with one hand and can respond in an instant in such a way as to cause such a crash of the Dow, which has not yet happened in history," the well-known trader Jim Sinclair does not exclude.
            The conclusion, which, several years ago was published in the Conclusion of the US Geological Survey. Namely: Europe cannot survive without energy supplies from Russia. Which, translated from English into any other language of the world, means: "The world cannot survive if the supply of oil and gas from Russia is subtracted from the global balance of energy supplies."
            Thus, the entire Western world built on the hegemony of the petrodollar was in a catastrophic situation. In which the West cannot survive without oil and gas supplies from Russia, and Russia is now ready to sell its oil and gas to the West only in exchange for physical gold! The piquancy of the situation prevailing in Putin’s party is that the mechanism for selling Russian energy to the West only for gold is now working, regardless of whether the West agrees to pay for Russian oil and gas with its artificially cheaper gold or not.
            In the financial world, the postulate that gold is an antidollar is accepted as an axiom.
            1. Kalmar 16 October 2015 00: 12 New
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              "Russia holds the petrodollar with one hand and can respond in an instant in such a way as to cause such a crash of the Dow, which has not yet happened in history," the well-known trader Jim Sinclair does not exclude.

              And, great, the invaluable opinion of some huckster. Can you tell me how Russia can collapse something there without screwing up its own economy? I foresee an evening of amazing stories :)

              Europe cannot survive without energy supplies from Russia

              Europe Europe is different. East (like the same Baltic States) - can not, well, so who cares? In Germany, the share of Russian gas in imports is 35 percent, and they are working to reduce it.

              the mechanism of selling Russian energy resources to the West only for gold now works whether the West agrees to pay for Russian oil and gas with its artificially cheapened gold or not

              Amazing stories were not long in coming :) Well, to whom did we sell oil and gas for gold?
              1. Ladoga 16 October 2015 01: 52 New
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                ,, Ah, great, priceless opinion of some huckster. ,,

                Whose opinion is especially valuable to you? Share it.

                ,, In Germany, the share of Russian gas in imports is 35 percent, and they are working to reduce it. ,,

                Well, how, how much have they reduced? Are their successes great?

                ,, Well, to whom are we selling oil and gas for gold?

                In the third quarter of 2014, for example, out of 93 tons of gold purchased by all the Central Banks worldwide, Russian reserves were replenished by 55 tons. The question is simple, what do you think, with what money was it purchased?
                I dare to assure you that gold is actively bought now and in the future too. By the way, Americans, charge, gold bars with tungsten alloy.
                And then they sell it. Why do you think they do this?
                1. Kalmar 16 October 2015 13: 31 New
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                  Well, how, how much have they reduced? Are their successes great?

                  Here, you can read, for example: http://www.vedomosti.ru/opinion/articles/2015/06/11/596088-gaz-ne-nuzhen-veroyat
                  nost-otkaza-evropi-ot-rossiiskogo-gaza-rastet

                  of 93 tons of gold purchased by all the Central Banks of the world, Russian reserves replenished by 55 tons. The question is simple, what do you think, with what money was it purchased?

                  Divine logic. Those. if I spent part of my salary on food, then do I work for food? Settlement for oil goes to dollars, and only what they then spend on is the tenth matter.
          3. Ladoga 15 October 2015 22: 49 New
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            ,, We know that the US economy is literally on the verge of collapse. All we need now is a trigger. ,, (c).
            In essence, Mannarino (Greg Mannarino, investor and commentator) warns that Russia and Vladimir Putin can use the current geopolitical climate to move their pieces on the Grand Chessboard and the end of the game will be the destruction of domestic stock markets and the US dollar.

            Given the terrible economic fundamentals of the United States, the growing and unserviceable level of debt, and the fact that China is currently acting in coordination with its Russian counterparts, can we witness the final stages of a coordinated strike on US economic and financial interests?

            A few more movements and this can become a "Mat." (C)

            “Putin understands that the Achilles' heel is a stock market accelerated to hyperinflation ... this person is a brilliant strategist.

            As we understand that all wars are based on deception, this retreat of the “troops” here is part of the play.

            When he re-enters these “troops” and makes his move, he will crush the American securities markets and receive the trillions of dollars that will flee this market and end up in the pockets of many people.

            Vladimir Putin is in no way going to retreat and lose to Barack Obama or any of the Western forces. He has no reason to do this. He understands where he is and what he needs to do to achieve his goal. "(C).

            It is possible to quote the Americans themselves about the current situation for a long time. But you, Kalmar, it’s all the same, you’re like in a tank. Or does it matter?
            1. Kalmar 16 October 2015 00: 17 New
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              It is possible to quote the Americans themselves about the current situation for a long time. But you, Kalmar, it’s all the same, you’re like in a tank. Or does it matter?

              Yes, beautiful quotes you can throw a lot. Especially if you selectively catch those that you like best. But, as they say, "tryndet - not toss bags." I remember all these tales about the imminent collapse of the American economy and Putin’s “horseback” back to 2007-2008, when the crisis there shook them. What is the price of these tales - I hope you don’t need to explain who has eyes and brains in place - they themselves see and understand.
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                ,, whose eyes and brains are in place - they themselves see and understand. ,,

                I somehow do not care about aesthetics, whether quotes are beautiful, or not. You, so big-eyed and incredibly brainy, can you essentially object?
                Only so that without empty trindeniya.
                1. Kalmar 16 October 2015 13: 25 New
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                  anything essentially can object?

                  And to object there something? A set of theses about the great Putin, who is about to crush the United States with something there. There are no justifications, no facts, nothing. “We should fight more decisively with talking and idle talk” - there is nothing more to answer.
            2. Greyjojo 16 October 2015 15: 10 New
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              Each year they predict the “end of the world”, “The End of the USA” several times. Each time with beautiful words and "arguments." Only all idle talk - in order to build a Great country, you need to work like a damn (remember 30-50).

              PS: Tomorrow is the next apocalypse: http://www.kp.ru/daily/26446.4/3316757/#close
  • self-propelled 14 October 2015 15: 19 New
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    everything will be fair winked
  • arane 14 October 2015 15: 29 New
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    The problem is that any event can be taught in different ways and with diametrically opposite conclusions. And all this is very logical to justify.
    Therefore, the author must be put on a barrel of gunpowder. Let them fly. And he will come up with a justification for this act!
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      the author must be put on a barrel of gunpowder. Let it fly

      Luntik Münauchsen ... laughing
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        1. iConst 14 October 2015 17: 34 New
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          Squid for beer
          - Entirely or rings? laughing

          Amused ... pluseg ...
        2. Air Force captain 14 October 2015 17: 37 New
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          The program is not bad laughing
          Quote: matRoss
          The author on a stake, an article in a firebox, Squid on a beer, Assad on a kingdom, mattresses on a wood, poof on a counter, ISIS on Allah, homosexual on a fingernail, Turks on the side, bite samurai, suck on little brothers, shiver! Something like that ... if thesis.
          ... but mattresses would be better not for the forest but for the count ... and the author’s in the firebox ... well, and everything seems to be politically correct good
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          3. Air Force captain 14 October 2015 17: 42 New
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            MGIMO teacher sets students homework on Political etiquette:
            “Imagine the following situation: When testing a new type of ballistic missile, an error occurred and our missile left the intended training path and entered the territory of Botswana, a poor African state. As a result, 10000 civilians died.
            The Government of Botswana issued a note of protest demanding redress. Your task is to draw up a response note from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs that would make it possible to smooth out the conflict and minimize losses. "
            ... In a week:
            “You guys are great. They did a great job with the difficult task. However, there are inaccuracies:
            Firstly, "black-assed" is written with a small letter, and "not Ebet" - separately. "
        3. Victor Demchenko 14 October 2015 19: 45 New
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          Listen bro, and you accidentally didn’t finish UML in stagnant years? very cool outline, the essence! sit down, excellent, I passed the exam. hello to parents, big and hot! good
  • sgazeev 14 October 2015 17: 06 New
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    What to draw all at once with black paints? We'll see...

    Where do these experts come from? The special correspondent of Kommersant Publishing House since 1996 and the Executive Director of Kommersant Holding since 2012, and the editor-in-chief of Russian Pioneer magazine since 2008. Included in the “Kremlin pool” of journalists. The page can be turned over. lol
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      Quote: sgazeev
      Quote: booth
      What to draw all at once with black paints? We'll see...

      Where do these experts come from? The special correspondent of Kommersant Publishing House since 1996 and the Executive Director of Kommersant Holding since 2012, and the editor-in-chief of Russian Pioneer magazine since 2008. Included in the “Kremlin pool” of journalists. The page can be turned over. lol

      Sorry, but you are mistaken. Confused the author with another journalist, almost the namesake.
      But about the author:

      Born July 29, 1965 in the family of a lawyer, in Moscow.

      1987-1990 - Senior Advisor to the Judicial Collegium for Criminal Cases of the Supreme Court of the RSFSR.

      1990-1992 - columnist for the Dialog magazine.

      1992-1993 - columnist for the Rossiyskiye Vesti newspaper.

      1993-1995 - columnist for the magazine "Spark".

      Since 1995 - in the magazine “New time” - The New Times: columnist, deputy editor-in-chief, since January 1998 - 1st deputy editor-in-chief.

      Since 1998 - in the newspaper "Izvestia": in June - September 1998 - editor of the department of economics; in September 1998 - January 2000 - editor of the policy department; since January 2000 - political observer; Since February 2005 - Deputy Chief Editor.

      He was a columnist for the Internet newspaper Gazeta.ru, a columnist for Rossiyskaya Gazeta and the Profil magazine, a regular contributor to Nezavisimaya Gazeta and the New Russian Word newspaper (USA), Ogonyok magazine, and the head of the Moscow branch of the literary magazine Vremya i we "(USA), columnist for the" Man and Society "program of the Moscow bureau of Radio Liberty. In April 1997, he was the chief editor of the first issue of the anti-fascist journal Diagnosis.

      In November 1997, The General Newspaper named Andrei Kolesnikov one of the authors of The History of Privatization in Russia. Kolesnikov himself in an interview with the program "Today at midnight" said that he edited the chapters, the authors of which were A. Chubais and M. Boyko.

      He taught at the Higher School of Journalism at the Higher School of Economics (Course "Basic Concepts and Thematic Areas of Political Journalism").

      In 2001-2005 - Executive Director of Public Relations of the FBK audit and consulting company.

      He was a PR consultant and speechwriter for a number of Russian politicians, a PR and GR consultant for a number of Russian corporate structures.

      He was a member of the ATP Creative Council.
  • Penzyac 14 October 2015 20: 29 New
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    What to draw all at once with black paints? We'll see...

    Exactly as if Echo of Moscow was listening. Only today on Echo in a similar vein argued (in the morning in the minibus, for some reason, broadcast) ...
  • edge 15 October 2015 15: 16 New
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    confirmed that the status of a great power has indeed been restored - Russia plays by its own rules wherever it wants, and the way it wants

    I remember, in the days of the USSR, there was a slogan, donate money to the Peace Fund, so that you don’t have to donate to the Defense Fund .... Now, acting in concert with the government, we maintain the well-being and integrity of our Motherland
  • nekot 14 October 2015 15: 02 New
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    And why is this nonsense here? A collection of grant cliches that we already know by heart))
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    Another liberal deer drew. But the author did not understand the essence of the film “The tail wags the dog” (as he walked at our box office). It just ridiculed the policy of the United States in its current form, just in those days, this policy was only in its infancy.
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    Since there will be no economic miracle, it is highly likely that some small victorious high-latitude war will begin for “our” shelf in the Arctic Ocean, for “our” Lomonosov Ridge in the Arctic.
    If someone climbs there will be a war for territory, not for elections
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    The author Andrei Kolesnikov manipulatively “wakes up” the wars that started (and will begin) not Russia, but “partners”. Do Andrei Kolesnikov use ISIS and the "partners" in 2015 fully. Or they will live in 2018 ...
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      Do Andrei Kolesnikov use ISIS and the "partners" in 2015 fully. Or they will live in 2018 ...

      Quote: gryaznov.igor.
      better to extinguish terrorists there than inside the country

      Well, that's what I meant - it’s better to flatten ISIS there, without waiting for 2018! Neither Assad nor me will be bad from this.
  • ibu355yandex.ru 14 October 2015 15: 04 New
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    Again, the fifth column for his! For them, the best President, of course, is Banana Obama! And his house is spread.
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      For them, the best President, of course,

      Banana Cheating. The black presidential banana attracts them to ride.
  • dr.star75 14 October 2015 15: 08 New
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    Something the author confuses. Crimea was not attached for the rating, but because the people voted to enter back to Russia. Further, the Russians, perhaps, according to the polls of the Levada Center, do not correctly assess the activities of B. Assad, but nonetheless about the Legally elected President of the country, and part-time supreme commander in chief. His job is to protect the country from everyone. And who gave the opposition a mandate for rebellion, so to speak? The United Nations? Recent examples in Iraq, Libya, Ukraine, the author have nothing to suggest? Well, at the end in Syria we defend ourselves, and not attack, therefore, as Comrade Stalin said: the enemy will be defeated! The victory will be ours!
  • Abbra 14 October 2015 15: 08 New
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    Thu! How wonderful is this? Well, lad, turn around! On whose content today?
    1. veksha50 14 October 2015 15: 25 New
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      Quote: Abbra
      Thu! How wonderful is this? Well, lad, turn around! On whose content today?



      Leah Akhedzhakova ... Necrophil ...
  • as150505 14 October 2015 15: 08 New
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    Bullshit article!
    1. Mareman Vasilich 14 October 2015 15: 16 New
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      Aftor just threw money on a new training manual. Poke them in the snout, would calm down immediately.
  • gryaznov.igor. 14 October 2015 15: 09 New
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    the article is complete nonsense, it’s better to extinguish terrorists there than inside the country, I AM SEVASTOPOL AND I AM A MATUSH FOR RUSSIA, AND I THINK SUCH AUTHORS AND THEIR ARTICLES AS TRAITERS OF THE HOMELAND FOR THOSE SUCH YEARS OF 20
  • forester 14 October 2015 15: 09 New
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    Damn, these liberals are unoriginal - the other day, a certain body by the name of Nadezhdin was broadcasting something similar. It’s just audible “we don’t need to” “if all of a sudden”, but doesn’t think about the consequences of the GDP “One can blame for the carbon copy
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      Quote: forester
      Damn, these liberals are unoriginal - the other day, a certain body by the name of Nadezhdin was broadcasting something similar. It’s just audible “we don’t need to” “if all of a sudden”, but doesn’t think about the consequences of the GDP “One can blame for the carbon copy

      Fly to the moon better, already sick of their boo boo boo
  • Thronekeeper 14 October 2015 15: 09 New
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    Our liberalstion was different. By the rain, I guess. Especially about the "corruption of morals" and "justification of war" she smiled. The author lives in an alternate universe. I would have lived in ours, I would have known that the Russians have long had the question of power: when will the "Empire strike back."
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      Quote: Thronekeeper
      Our liberalstion was different. By the rain, I guess.

      Autumn is in the yard. Depression. From there and exacerbations).
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      Quote: Thronekeeper
      Our liberalstion was different. By the rain, I guess.


      Well said ... Yes, he probably just from the Board or the Ear of Matzah ... by the syllable it is felt ...
  • antoXa 14 October 2015 15: 10 New
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    Well, what can I say to the respected author))) You should be scribbling on the "echo", and not here, or when you do not understand us, we think very differently!
    You probably never heard of the term geopolitics! And to consider such problems only from the point of view of the elections in Russia and the ratings of the country's leadership, without taking into account the geopolitical motives and the motives of state security of Russia, it is simply unprofessional, therefore I do not understand why to write such an article on such a topic ...
    Personally, elections are not interesting to me at all, and a priori, I think the current system of elections, whether they are democratic or not, and where and who recognizes them or not, is a priori ineffective, moreover, I think that it was not for the sake of someone I chose ... So what forgive me the difference to the rating of the pre-election GDP ??? But such as you are the author does not understand this, see the program on Amer TV. where heaps of strange people waving flags and screaming in ecstasy from the election promises of the next future winner of the Nobel Peace Prize.
  • Decathlon 14 October 2015 15: 13 New
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    "It's scary to even think about who the Russian aircraft will bomb when the Syrian effect fades away."
    The accumulation of liberals and their command posts!
  • Denis DV 14 October 2015 15: 16 New
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    Do not put an equal sign between Afghanistan and Vietnam, this is wrong. For 30 years of godless propaganda, the West failed to convince Russians of the failure of the military campaign, of political failure - yes. But the United States failed in every sense! Here the United States and its minions, like that character from the joke - "I will not crap, crap, oops, I crap, I crap!" article minus negative
  • triglav 14 October 2015 15: 20 New
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    "Syria would be very useful in 2018. But it was used in 2015, and now you have to look for another point on the map. Or another globe ..."

    Why would you? Do we have any other problems? Russia has already fulfilled its task: in a week it has done more than the Americans and their ilk in a year. And the Arctic is ours. And giving it to someone is wrong. What a fright?
  • Batia 14 October 2015 15: 23 New
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    Everything is going right. Allies need to be prepared ahead of time, and not when fried. I do not agree with the article. Minus.
  • sisa29 14 October 2015 15: 26 New
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    Judging by the environment of the enemies, we have not only until the age of 18
  • starriuy
    starriuy 14 October 2015 15: 26 New
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    I didn’t even finish reading ... a liberal set ... I wonder what price for such a scribble? ... so, simply, for general information ...
    1. sl22277 14 October 2015 15: 40 New
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      I don’t find any informativeness in this publication. Just some delusional conclusions.
    2. Stinger 14 October 2015 15: 49 New
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      Well yes. Turnover is a typical set of liberalists: to divert attention from the crisis, public relations appeal to an internal audience, a new Afghanistan, etc. And when the bearded come to his house with a knife from Damascus steel, they will scream, but it will be too late. And an independent court with a separation of powers will not help.
  • Bthuk 14 October 2015 15: 28 New
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    What to draw all at once with black paints?

    Licked with Klitschko "today for tomorrow!" )))
  • Gormenghast 14 October 2015 15: 33 New
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    I do not understand, the author proposes to abandon the long-term, reliable ally for the devastation of the terrorists and the democrats who joined them ?.

    I personally cannot assess the validity of each specific action taken by Russia - I am a simple citizen. But I believe my President; I believe that he will do nothing to harm my country.
  • sl22277 14 October 2015 15: 37 New
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    The article did not even deserve discussion. Moreover, Crimea is a part of the country, and Syria is here .. Minus to the author.
  • Maksus 14 October 2015 15: 37 New
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    Yes, even if the way this “author” writes the whole operation in Syria is only a whim of the GDP. Who is this bad? Barmaleev drive? - YES!
    Do pilots get the training they need in combat? - YES!
    Are we working at the request of a legitimate government and are not trying to overthrow anyone? - YES!!!
    Is Russia back on the world stage? - YES AGAIN !!!
    People do not mind? - YES!!!
    So stop whining.
    1. Victor Demchenko 14 October 2015 19: 55 New
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      you forgot to add:
      Dispose of old ammunition? YES!!
      working out the use of new high-precision ammunition and running in? YES!
      and so on on the list!
      By the way: the disposal of ammunition is very, very dangerous and expensive thing.
  • rubidiy 14 October 2015 15: 44 New
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    Russia plays by human, fair rules! And not where he wants, and as he wants, but where the world requires it, justice and how humanity requires it!

    I understand that I am encroaching on the sacred, but did the world, justice and humanity demand to fit in with Assad in Syria? The world / justice / humanity does not need this, it only needs Bashar and his regime. Which in excessive peace, justice or humanity is very difficult to reproach.

    Who is setting the criteria for humanity here? USA? England? France? Turkey? Germany???
    These countries are clinical sadists. And you are one of their representatives, regardless of where you are.
  • Mikhail Krapivin 14 October 2015 15: 49 New
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    The authors of such articles have one problem. They oppose Russia to the so-called "free world" and make an unambiguous conclusion: Russia-atstoy! But it is necessary to compare not with this well-fed concentration camp, but with Russia several years ago. For example, when we could not say meow during Yugoslavia, and Primakov’s U-turn was our coolest action. Against this background, everything is fine with us, the forward movement is obvious. Gradually, but steadily!
  • Lena Alena 14 October 2015 15: 50 New
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    Some kind of one-sided article.
    "Syria would be very useful in 2018. But it was used in 2015, and now you have to look for another point on the map."
    The Syrian issue is not a dinner spoon. It requires a solution here, and now, and not in 2018, when "it comes in handy."
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      The Syrian issue is not a dinner spoon. It requires a solution here, and now, and not in 2018, when "it comes in handy."

      Afghanistan "solved" 10 years, from different calibers, the result is what? So it will be with Syria, there is no solution “here and now”, Assad, who didn’t manage to turn the situation in his own time, crutches are substituted and that they will support him all the time in this situation, because he himself cannot do it all the same, he will leave, except for war he has no solution, this cannot go on forever
  • ingenera 14 October 2015 15: 50 New
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    It’s in vain that they all ganged up on the liberals — we need them laughing . They all broadcast about the persecution of the opposition, but nobody touches them, because nobody needs a fuck. Here they are with their existence and their own bark constantly refute.
  • Stiletto 14 October 2015 16: 02 New
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    Article minus, VO - thank you for posting this too, it’s interesting to be curious as liberals do. I thought everything was already blown away - but no, the liberal client is still at the stage of decomposition, and it smells like a cesspool in the backyard.
  • demo 14 October 2015 16: 16 New
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    It is terrible to even think who the Russian aircraft will bomb when the Syrian effect comes to naught and the presidential election approaches. Syria would be very useful in 2018 year. But it was used in 2015, and now I’ll have to find another point on the map. Or another globe.

    Dear author.
    At this end of the article, there is a persistent feeling that you posted it at that time, and in no place.
    It was necessary to write to the Presidential Administration of the Russian Federation.
    And to warn them.
    And then they, wretched, do not know about what you know.
  • afrikanez 14 October 2015 16: 19 New
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    Well, to compare the accession of Crimea and airstrikes in Syria, this is even in the perception of Russian citizens, completely different things. The author clearly bent over, article minus.
  • Alksay 14 October 2015 16: 23 New
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    Yes, an “interesting” article, only the source is not http://vpk-news.ru/articles/27519 but the Moscow Carnegie Center, another foreign fund ... laughing
  • russmensch 14 October 2015 16: 29 New
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    It’s scary to even think about who the Russian aircraft will bomb when the Syrian effect fades away ...

    Damn, this author should not be afraid ... winked You need to be afraid that the time will come and a person will come to you, maybe your good friend will ask, “what’s the strength of your brother?”, And look thoughtfully into your eyes. crying angry soldier
  • stas 14 October 2015 16: 34 New
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    The degree of liberalism in the author coincides with the idiocy of the maydauns.
  • EvgNik 14 October 2015 17: 34 New
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    I looked for who is who Andrey Kolesnikov. Head of the Carnegie Moscow Center. It is dressed in the fifth column. Therefore, the article is not worth a damn egg, a typical order.
  • anderles66 14 October 2015 17: 35 New
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    Another liberal vyser. I reached the "entrance to Afghanistan", to the gradual entry. Excuse me, but did the author hear anything about Amin and his palace? in general, Afghanistan and Syria did not stand nearby in every sense, except for the visual similarity that our troops operate there and there. I don’t comment on the rest.
  • evge-malyshev 14 October 2015 17: 49 New
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    The author of an article of purest water provocateur. As soon as such people carry the earth?
  • korvin1976 14 October 2015 17: 52 New
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    No comments
    This is where the ears of this article grow from: http://carnegie.ru/2015/10/06/en-61505/iikg
  • sv-georgij 14 October 2015 18: 28 New
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    Following Levashov’s logic, one can say that the United States benefits from the existing civilizational bias that exists today and was even more comfortable earlier. That is, a more developed state taking advantage of some backwardness of others simply robs them. And in this sense, driving Syria into radical Islam, they increase the very civilizational distortion. And as the USSR acted on the contrary, he did his best to reduce this bias in Africa, Afghanistan, and so on, opened schools, built hospitals and taught the intelligentsia of developing countries.
  • Goldmitro 14 October 2015 18: 40 New
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    .... only Bashar and his regime need it. Which in excessive peace, justice or humanity is very difficult to reproach.

    In dozens of basins, it is more difficult to blame the regimes of Arab monarchies in this! However, this does not stop Washington, the main fighter for promoting shit democracy in the world, kissing them, and the monarchies not being afraid of color revolutions! So it’s not at all a matter of peace, justice and humanity of Bashar! It interferes with Washington and therefore he is a terrible dictator who needs to be removed!
  • cte-power 14 October 2015 18: 43 New
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    author of the article give an example of paramilitary mobilization of the population in Russia ???????
    1. Victor Demchenko 14 October 2015 19: 59 New
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      author of the article give an example of paramilitary mobilization of the population in Russia ???????

      Remember the words from the old song:
      ... if tomorrow is war, if tomorrow is camping
      The whole country will stand under a weapon ... repeat
  • Nymp 14 October 2015 19: 23 New
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    The author of the article is the liberalist - the Sovdepov cub. Not one constructive thought, the "voice of America" ​​on our site.
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    There is no double bottom in a defensive war.
  • akm8226 14 October 2015 19: 30 New
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    Even if the GDP didn’t do anything about Syria, Crimea is entirely his merit. The difference between him and Humpback is visible to the naked eye. He alone immortalized his name in Crimea. Because he is the FIRST who does not bend under the USA. This is a fact that you can’t argue against - reinforced concrete.
  • Vlad5307 14 October 2015 19: 41 New
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    The author confuses God's gift with scrambled eggs, the USSR with today's Russia, the world of the 80s with today! And in this liberal cry, one can hear it - citizens have disappeared, Russia will not end the economic miracle, etc., etc. But we remember the liberal economic miracle of the 90s, when they directly ruled the country as their grantors wanted it! And today they are screaming: why do you need the Arctic with its minerals, why do you need order and justice in some distant Syria! Better sit at home and do not stick your nose where their boss rules outrage, sit and wait when he decides to cancel his sessions! The position of these liberals resembles the actions of a baby scared by fire and hiding under the bed! So let them hide their venal head in the sand and not scare us with their childhood fears and let them not speak on behalf of the whole people. And the Levada Center is still that puppet! hi
  • gammipapa 14 October 2015 19: 53 New
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    Guys, why are you like children directly? This is an obvious mumitrol.
  • Gormenghast 14 October 2015 20: 17 New
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    Quote: iConst
    Quote: Gormengast
    Gormenghast
    - Gormengast, well said!


    Thank you.
  • Penzyac 14 October 2015 20: 25 New
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    Syria would be very useful in 2018. But it was used in 2015 ...

    And in that case, would Syria (country, legal government, etc.) be in 2018?
    Who knows, what would be better? But! Life (like history, which in general is one and the same thing) does not obey the subjunctive mood and has to act here and now, and not when one would like or would be more convenient and pleasant to someone, unfortunately ...
  • Gormenghast 14 October 2015 20: 27 New
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    "Worse than corruption and deprivation - the thoughts of Western contagion". (Joseph Brodsky).
  • ssn18 14 October 2015 20: 41 New
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    Article minus! Yesterday or the day before yesterday, I’m sorry I forgot, this topic has already been sucked. Slid down to the subject of oil and gas pipes and the profits from them. Somehow nasty.
    The prevented terrorist attack in Moscow, the practically unceasing CTOs (counter-terrorism operations) in the North Caucasus, and all the terrorists were trained in ISIS camps, some in Syria, some of Saudi Arabia, and long before the start of the Russian air forces in the SAR.
    Probably liberoids will stop counting profits and drive the blizzard only when something begins to tear under their ass.
  • Vladimir 1964 14 October 2015 21: 06 New
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    The article is certainly not indisputable, but the author’s point of view is quite interesting, and there is common sense in the author’s conclusions. hi
    1. Ross_ulair 14 October 2015 22: 50 New
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      Quote: Vladimir 1964
      The article is certainly not indisputable, but the author’s point of view is quite interesting, and there is common sense in the author’s conclusions. hi


      Could you reveal the very "common sense" that you saw from the author of this article?

      And then all of the people here around here are really wrong, and you are rrrraz! - and convince everyone repeat
      1. Vladimir 1964 15 October 2015 01: 46 New
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        Quote: ROSS_Ulair
        Could you reveal the very "common sense" that you saw from the author of this article?

        And then all of the people here around here are really wrong, and you are rrrraz! - and convince everyone


        Michael, why, I expressed my point of view, and was absolutely not going to convince or dissuade anyone of something.

        Something like this. I have the honor. hi
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          Plus to you. For directness hi
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            Quote: ROSS_Ulair
            Plus to you. For directness


            Thank you for your directness. hi