Maidan in Montenegro ... and silence

Maidan in Montenegro ... and silence



Indeed, strange things are happening in Europe. Almost in its very center, in Montenegro, Maidan was drawn, and everyone is silent. No cries for freedom and democracy, no cookies ... Why is this so?

Maybe because Montenegrins rebelled against the country's entry into NATO and anti-Russian sanctions?

But really rebelled. Indeed, they are small, but proud and independent.

How did it all start? It all started quietly and modestly.

On September 17, the Parliament of Montenegro adopted a resolution on supporting NATO integration, which was supported by 50 of 79 deputies. 26 people opposed (Democratic Front, Demos, Socialist People’s Party and independent candidates), three abstained. At the same time, one of the leaders of the Democratic Front, Milan Knezhevich, initiated the creation of the “Union of anti-NATO forces of Montenegro” as a broad socio-political and civil coalition.

September 27 in Podgorica in front of the parliament began a termless protest rally, initiated by the Democratic Front. The protesters demanded the resignation of Prime Minister Milo Djukanovic, the formation of a transitional government and the holding of free democratic elections. On the eighth day of protest, Metropolitan of Montenegrin and Primorsky of the Serbian Orthodox Church Amphilochius made a speech in front of the audience. At the moment, the protests are continuously continuing the eighteenth day.



October 12, one of the leaders of the Democratic Front, Andria Mandic, sent an open letter to the 28 ambassadors of NATO member countries in which he stated that “Montenegro’s entry into NATO, conducted by the illegitimate Djukanovic government, cannot be recognized as legitimate and legitimate, since the majority of the country's citizens are against joining NATO and this decision will never recognize. "

On October 14, an unprecedented NATO delegation headed by Secretary General Stoltenberg and the ambassadors of the alliance member countries 28 arrived in Montenegro.

Montenegrins responded this Maidan and a call for Russia.

October 17 near the Parliament of Montenegro began a protest rally. The police demolished the campground of the protesters. And it began in an adult way.

The demonstration was attended by several hundred activists. One of their main demands was the resignation of the president. Protesters tried all possible and impossible ways to get into the parliament building. To get there, you had to go through the police cordon. The "requests" of the security forces to stop the rally, the demonstrators did not respond at all, so the law enforcement agencies had to use tear gas against them.

Then the assault began, inflaming in no way inferior to Kharkov or Donetsk. As a result, six police officers were injured. They were injured and were taken to hospital for help. Police managed to detain 11 protesters who are actively opposing the current government in the country.

Also, two active members of parliament from the Democratic Front were detained.





And all over the world - peace and quiet. Why does Nuland not hurry in Podgorica? The capital, in no way inferior to Kiev, except in size. Where are hundreds of journalists from all over the world telling how the police trample on the democratic aspirations of Montenegrin citizens? Why the OSCE does not express concern in connection with the arrest of the current deputies?

Yes, there you have European democracy.

Not go there express aspirations. Now, if against Russia - yes, in Podgorica, it would have been impossible to breathe from the Westernizers. And so ... they'll figure it out for themselves. The main thing - the deputies voted for joining NATO, and the rest - little things.

But the Montenegrins do not think so. If you look at the photo, then in the ranks of the demonstrators are not rabid youngsters who dream of Europe, like in Ukraine, but quite adults who understand what and how. Note.

Open confrontation, by the way, brought its results. BBC "noticed" was a report. And now the United States declared that they would give consent to the admission of Montenegro to NATO only if the leadership of Montenegro continues the course of reforms and tries to increase public support for the country's membership in NATO.

Despite the fact that the police and the authorities wanted “quietly”, it did not work out. But this only says that "there will be more blood." And undoubtedly, the continuation of the protest stories.

With all my heart I wish the Montenegrins victory in this difficult task. All of them are against NATO, but perhaps Russia is behind them.

So I would like to be honest.
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  1. Alexander 3 19 October 2015 06: 55 New
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    I’m glad for the Montenegrins fighting, otherwise it will be like with Bulgaria. Even the plane of the Ministry of Emergencies was not missed.
    1. Alexander Romanov 19 October 2015 07: 47 New
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      Quote: Alexander 3
      it will be like with Bulgaria. Even the Ministry of Emergencies did not miss the plane.

      And what about Bulgaria, they are worthy of their government. We sit on a site and everyone loves Russia. On other sites, the same thing, but tear your ass from a chair and walk outside Russia ... Well, no, this is superfluous.
      1. Eugene-Eugene 19 October 2015 08: 23 New
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        They have their own atmosphere
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      2. pytar 19 October 2015 09: 20 New
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        There is no topic in which you will not say something negative about Bulgaria! Moreover, not knowing anything about the situation in the country. The population in Bulgaria is ethnically very heterogeneous. Almost 35-38% are Turks and Gypsies. They certainly do not support Russia. The pro-Russian "Maidan" will immediately call such an anti-Russian. An aggravation of the situation on the Buzz of ethnic contradictions will result. And from such to the bloodshed as in Kossovo, just one step. There are a lot of pro-Russian organizations, parties, movements in the country. So far they are not organized enough and there are weaknesses in terms of coordination between them. But rallies and events in support of Russia still occur regularly. People go out and test tens of thousands. Your masmedia does not reflect them for some reason. For the situation in Bulgaria, pressure on the authorities through “soft power” is more suitable. Avoiding the excession that our enemies can provoke. I think Russia should support its sympathizers more actively with logistics and providing information resources. The pro-Russian forces are consolidating, and in my opinion there will be more changes in the parliamentary elections in 2018. I wish success to the Montenegrins, and so as not to give their corrupt government, I will drag the strona into the western bloc.
        1. avt
          avt 19 October 2015 10: 51 New
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          Quote: pytar
          . The population in Bulgaria is ethnically very heterogeneous. Almost 35-38% are Turks and Gypsies.

          Oh, still remember Zhivkov and his “Bulgarianization” of ethnic Turks! Yes it will be too late.
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        3. Prisoner 19 October 2015 19: 15 New
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          Since what age has Russia supported and support everything, and so what? Stably stabs in the back. All words are about sympathy for Russia, and deeds prove the opposite. Nothing changes in the moonlit world. Two world against Russia, there is a third, also against.
        4. Lenin 19 October 2015 20: 43 New
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          Money is needed for support. Where is the money zing? (Vysotsky) laughing
        5. Archon 20 October 2015 10: 26 New
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          if you want to speak better of Bulgaria, you need to talk about it yourself. otherwise, people will continue to use information a century ago. at least what you wrote above will at least clarify the situation a little.
      3. voffchik7691 19 October 2015 20: 56 New
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        They say the same thing about us. Are we worthy of such a liberal government? Are we worthy of Nabiulina, Medvedev, butlers, shuvalovyh and spoilage? I don’t like them either, but I don’t go outside.
        In the 1991 referendum, I voted for the Union, but when it collapsed, I didn’t pick up a machine gun and didn’t go shoot those who for jeans and a hamburger helped destroy the Great State. And you? So what are we better? Here we are pinned to the wall (nato at the very border) and we begin to snap back. And why was this brought to this?
        And what do you think in the country of 404 are all fascists too? Why don’t they take to the streets?
        We always have - we begin to resist only when they are locked to the wall and there’s nowhere to go! (Until the thunder strikes ... or harness for a long time ...)
        It is easy for us to say that the little brothers surrendered us, and when the gang of their Yeltsin (and not only them) left in the middle of Europe, what could they do? Thank you for remembering and quietly wish us good luck!
        When we establish our life, everything will catch up, as usual!
        1. ig0r135 20 October 2015 10: 28 New
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          and when the Yeltsin’s gang threw them (and not only them) in the middle of Europe

          I am always surprised by these arrivals on Yeltsin, as if he alone decided what to do and how. As far as I remember that time, he seemed somehow bewildered and a little reckless from this, and in the beginning he trusted his "gang" more, therefore there were such distortions in politics. Young "liberals" decided a lot. The Soviet Union did not collapse Yeltsin, but the leaders of the Union republics, which wanted the so-called freedom. After all, the Russians didn’t win anyone by force and didn’t hold anyone by force, you want freedom, please. Only those who received freedom did not understand one thing, freedom is too expensive, now some have understood and again voluntarily specially emphasized, they decided to hide under the wing of Russia, because they themselves are not able to protect themselves.
          1. kush62 20 October 2015 13: 58 New
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            g0r135
            The Soviet Union did not collapse Yeltsin, but the leaders of the Union republics, which wanted the so-called freedom.

            The USSR Yeltsin collapsed with accomplices in Belovezhskaya Pushcha.
            And Russia, Yeltsin almost ruined with his "Take sovereignty, who needs how much"
            1. Sagittarius YaNAO 20 October 2015 16: 55 New
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              Quote: kush62
              g0r135
              The Soviet Union did not collapse Yeltsin, but the leaders of the Union republics, which wanted the so-called freedom.

              The USSR Yeltsin collapsed with accomplices in Belovezhskaya Pushcha.
              And Russia, Yeltsin almost ruined with his "Take sovereignty, who needs how much"


              I watched the episode “moments of truth” the year before last, so high officials said that in the 90s there were such thoughts in the KGB - “we will not make a lot of bourgeois country and then we will add the countries of the former CMEA to Russia”
              That's it.
              1. 4thParasinok 21 October 2015 12: 59 New
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                Quote: Sagittarius Yamal
                I watched the year before last issue of "moments of truth",

                Controversial program, very controversial ...
          2. voffchik7691 20 October 2015 22: 34 New
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            Regarding the raids on EBN, - I wrote that he was with his gang! And the gang knew his weak spot, that is, his throat! So they brought him a "package of documents" for signature when he had already wet his throat! This is his Know How: to sign a package of documents? Apparently between the first and second or even later!
            And who in the Bialowieza Forest made a gangway? And he was not the leader of Russia? And how many years ago did Nazarbayev and Karimov try to join Russia, Ukraine and Belarus until they were directly told that they have an alliance of Slavic republics here and they say that you have no place here?
            The USSR was destroyed by the same cattle that wanted to be above all in their republics and that there would be no "older brother" above them, who could if anything be thrown off the throne!
            Ebn wanted the same thing. Remember the interview with Livshits, he also told how ebn said that Russia is enough for him to the Urals.
            Remember how he urged to take "sovereignty as much as you can digest!"
            How dare this “father of Russian democracy” say this? How many generations of our ancestors gathered the State and how many lives they put for this, and this drunk squandered everything!
            And one more small stroke in the portrait of this "great statesman" - Who would he be without party membership? A simple drunk - a foreman. What did he do with a party ticket? If a person did this to the party that pulled him to the very top, then what kind of person is this? How could you rip throats for him ?!
            Sorry to be so voluminous!
            1. yawa63 21 October 2015 14: 56 New
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              I’ll add to the appearance of Yeltsin — and who repented to the 19 party conference about their misconceptions and so on? Our diehard fighter for democracy is Borya the drunk!
          3. colotun 21 October 2015 20: 27 New
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            said everything right
      4. Arjuna 20 October 2015 08: 08 New
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        This is for sure !!! Tight sit, good! Maybe because, at one time, they carefully studied the classics of the world revolution?
        We have nothing to do, how to lug around the “swamp” areas. And don’t worry about Russia that way ... She, dear, will wash the red dog, and roll it into the nano-tubes, and break any gray “birch”. Don’t worry so much for Bulgaria - “everything is calm on Shipka”.
    2. kodxnumx 19 October 2015 07: 47 New
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      Russia should support the protesters, we need more coverage on TV and in the press, well, our diplomats should get in touch!
      1. antikilller55 19 October 2015 07: 59 New
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        This is where we lose the information war! Diplomats and the media should already scream to the whole world about the actions of the authorities in Montenegro, as the Westerners did in Kiev, the technologies have already been worked out and most importantly, they are working and the enemy of NATO needs to be beaten with his own weapon IMHO.
        1. Vladimir 1964 19 October 2015 13: 39 New
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          Quote: antikilller55
          This is where we lose the information war! Diplomats and the media should already scream to the whole world about the actions of the authorities in Montenegro, as the Westerners did in Kiev, the technologies have already been worked out and most importantly, they are working and the enemy of NATO needs to be beaten with his own weapon IMHO.


          Here is something for me, Dear Alexander, somewhat surprised by the passivity of our diplomatic corps. I admit that we don’t know much, but nevertheless a great openness in this matter would in no way damage the image of our Foreign Ministry.

          Like so I think against the background of your comment, Dear. hi
        2. Zefr 19 October 2015 19: 48 New
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          Yes? And what will our Foreign Ministry say?
          In Syria, we support a legitimate government, and then Montenegro - what?
          But to demand not to use force against demonstrators is right or not right? In Kiev, it was very necessary to apply. And here? Are they peaceful here? You think! Someone can arrange a provocation, and now they are no longer peaceful, but quite extremists.
          How are you going to support?
      2. Spectator 19 October 2015 09: 09 New
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        Russia must support the protesters

        Yes, and call Montenegro to the CSTO, after replacing the authorities with more friendly Russian comrades! :)
      3. Shooting 19 October 2015 14: 44 New
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        I think Russia is not "fussing", but acting systematically and quietly, so as not to attract too much attention.
        Moldova - as an example, a month ago it was almost Romania, and now there is a cardinal change of course. And obviously not without our support, we do not stick out ourselves. The result is important.
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    4. Vend 19 October 2015 09: 38 New
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      Quote: Alexander 3
      I’m glad for the Montenegrins fighting, otherwise it will be like with Bulgaria. Even the plane of the Ministry of Emergencies was not missed.

      The forces are just not equal. On the side of European sales, money and lies.
    5. Geisenberg 19 October 2015 12: 27 New
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      Quote: Alexander 3
      I’m glad for the Montenegrins fighting, otherwise it will be like with Bulgaria. Even the plane of the Ministry of Emergencies was not missed.


      There is nothing to rejoice about. The Endos finally rolled back the model of actions to seize independent states without military intervention. Montenegro is just a living example.
    6. Samaritan 19 October 2015 16: 43 New
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      Quote: Alexander 3
      I’m glad for the Montenegrins fighting, otherwise it will be like with Bulgaria. Even the plane of the Ministry of Emergencies was not missed.

      ... and even require the resignation of the government:
  2. RU-Officer 19 October 2015 07: 04 New
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    All this is sad ... crying "Having - we do not value, having lost - weep." Outside the window - dullness, drizzle rain, slush ... sad So in Montenegro, the world-famous "orange" worked (they dropped this color, soon the whole rainbow will be reduced to horseradish ...) technology ... Who is next ?! fellow Maybe you don’t have to try to save this world from self-destruction, eh? fool The mind is not added even one iota! negative And in hot-hot Africa (on the glorious Limpopo ... laughing ) Mavrodi’s case flourishes again ... belay Clinic... wassat
    Phew, oh well, it's time to shake oneself - and for the case. The world is waiting. Give him another chance. hi
  3. Same lech 19 October 2015 07: 04 New
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    Montenegrins responded this Maidan and a call for Russia.


    And what is the use of this ... RUSSIA will still not be able to influence these events until the power in MONTENEGRO is political ...

    the people of MONTENEGRO, first of all, it is necessary to change their government to a more sane one.
    1. Stirbjorn 19 October 2015 09: 10 New
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      Quote: The same Lech
      the people of MONTENEGRO, first of all, it is necessary to change their government to a more sane one.
      Well, people are trying. And through the elections - we won the EBN, too, he pulled off two terms almost until it got completely bad - and they chose it themselves ...
      1. biznaw 20 October 2015 02: 25 New
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        Quote: Stirbjorn
        Quote: The same Lech
        the people of MONTENEGRO, first of all, it is necessary to change their government to a more sane one.
        Well, people are trying. And through the elections - we won the EBN, too, he pulled off two terms almost until it got completely bad - and they chose it themselves ...

        We did not vote for Yeltsin, boxes from under the photocopy carried by Lisovsky to the election commissions voted for him.
  4. Shiva83483 19 October 2015 07: 06 New
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    At least someone in this vale of tears and sorrow (in other words, Europe) understands that natyuki are not a panacea. Under the Warsaw Pact-NATO, solid show-offs were ... and now even more so.
  5. aszzz888 19 October 2015 07: 08 New
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    It’s the same for meritosnoy and its Co., like a rusty nail in the ass, but stubbornly do not “notice” the strikers. This is just pro-Western duplicity, and not democracy, as they used to hide behind this term.
    1. CAMS 20 October 2015 05: 35 New
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      Democracy is a hidden, controlled dictatorship.
  6. inkass_98 19 October 2015 07: 09 New
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    Montenegrin politicians showed their attitude to the great overseas Black sovereign when they introduced sanctions against Russia. Serbia is inclined to this, playing on the same tune - NATO, the EU, and cookies. Unnoticed, these countries may find themselves deeply seated on this pipe, sorry for the thick hint.
    1. hydrox 19 October 2015 07: 23 New
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      And this makes sense: the sooner this happens, the faster it reaches them, what they need to do in real life.
      The only problem is money, which Russia does not have.
      1. 406ppm2gv 19 October 2015 22: 42 New
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        The only problem is money, which Russia does not have.
        According to Forbes, Russia ranks fifth in the ranking of countries.
        -This is for billionaires, and you say no. Walk on officials income- expenses = minus balance give back to the state (including real estate, etc.). from the choke.
  7. rotmistr60 19 October 2015 07: 24 New
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    Maidan in Montenegro ... and silence

    How else? Now, if there massively opposed some actions of Russia, then already the United States and Europe in all its media supported the choice of the people, etc. And against NATO, we don’t see, we don’t hear. And even if the Montenegrin authorities severely suppress these speeches, then no condemnation should be expected from the West.
    1. udincev 19 October 2015 08: 46 New
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      Quote: rotmistr60
      And against NATO, we don’t see, we don’t hear. And even if the Montenegrin authorities severely suppress these statements, then no condemnation should be expected from the West.

      And it turns out "in a democratic way, according to the international community", the Maidan - the Maidan is different ...
      Where are hundreds of journalists from around the world reporting on how the police trample on the democratic aspirations of Montenegrin citizens? Why is the OSCE not concerned about the arrest of current deputies?
      So this is not a Maidan sanctioned by Washington, it is not from the US embassy that they are leading!
  8. bmv04636 19 October 2015 07: 26 New
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    I have a question, but Montenegro generally needs this type of NATO and the European collective farm. Let it be better to choose the neutrality of the benefits will be greater.
    1. Niki 19 October 2015 08: 26 New
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      So they are protesting - they demand early elections and a change of government.
      ---
      EU members, but not NATO members: Sweden, Austria, Finland, Cyprus, Malta.
      Members of NATO, but not EU members: USA, Turkey, Canada, Croatia, Albania.
  9. parusnik 19 October 2015 07: 33 New
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    I sincerely wish the Montenegrins victory in this difficult matter. God help you!
  10. Gardamir 19 October 2015 08: 18 New
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    Montenegrins responded this Maidan and a call for Russia.
    So maybe Russia will help. at least informational. If you shut up this matter, they will destroy our allies.
  11. Gloomy 19 October 2015 08: 21 New
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    Yes, they’ll be crushed anyway. They will be in NATO. Sorry.
  12. cniza 19 October 2015 08: 22 New
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    Montenegrins have always been a very proud people and very friendly to Russia.
  13. cniza 19 October 2015 08: 25 New
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    Quote: Gardamir
    Montenegrins responded this Maidan and a call for Russia.
    So maybe Russia will help. at least informational. If you shut up this matter, they will destroy our allies.



    Something tells me that without us they would have less activity and we’ll do it right, albeit a bit late.
  14. Tusv 19 October 2015 08: 26 New
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    Was in Montenegro and Croatia. Feeling like visiting relatives. 2 years ago I was in Bulgaria, I still spit. I will support the brothers with tough trolling on bourgeois saiyah. They don’t understand, for that I’ll take my soul
  15. VL33 19 October 2015 10: 17 New
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    A clear situation and everything is specifically described. Good article. Just do not understand, there was one .... minus put, probably preaching double standards.
  16. ivanovbg 19 October 2015 11: 21 New
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    Montenegro’s independence date (from Serbia!) Is 3 on June 2006; NATO membership is likely to occur in 2016, 10 years later. Montenegro is fighting and calling for Russia, but this is unlikely to help (although I want me to make a mistake).

    The independence date of Bulgaria is November 10 1989. On the first so-called free and democratic elections in 1990 Bulgaria voluntarily voted for the Communists, just as the peoples of the USSR voted for the preservation of the Union.

    Bulgaria joins NATO 20 April 2004 - we fought xnumx years against this and they also called to Russia, like Montenegro today, but some Russians do not want to remember this.

    NATO bombed Serbia and Montenegro in 1999-2000 and nevertheless only 10 years after independence Montenegro practically joined NATO.

    And Bulgaria lasted as long as 15 years, although we had no objective reason to hate Americans for 1989.
    1. Kasym 19 October 2015 20: 01 New
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      Russia adheres to International Law. In the 70s, the Helsinki Agreement on NON-INTERFERENCE IN THE DOMESTIC AFFAIRS OF OTHER COUNTRIES. Unfortunately, the United States has not written a law - this is why all sorts of color revolutions come from.
      The GDP decided to fight Russophobia of the East European countries economically, judging by the pipeline policy. Any authorities will be obliged to reckon with this, otherwise you will have to, like your Boyko Borisov, consider past what you flew about the "lost benefit". Against this background, Czech President Zeman looks favorably, and I am sure that the Czechs will support him. And you, until the authorities come upholding their nat. interests will ripen discontent.
      I understand that Eastern Europe (CMEA countries) raised their economies thanks to des. energy carriers from the USSR and trade with it. And now this is not there, moreover, it is necessary to compete with the developed West without any support from the authorities. And what this led to can be seen in the Baltic states. hi
    2. VadimSt 19 October 2015 20: 08 New
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      Quote: ivanovbg
      although we have objective reasons to hate Americans for 1989.

      Of course! This was the only reason the USSR had, because while the Bulgarians supplied us with bell pepper, the party leaders of the USSR actually contained all of our "brothers" at the expense of the Soviet people.
      1. ivanovbg 19 October 2015 21: 19 New
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        Already someone, but the USSR did not contain Bulgaria. We produced food and consumer goods many times more than we consumed ourselves. You can remember, for example, Bulgarian canned goods, cigarettes, sheepskin coats, shoes, electric hoists, electric and motocars, telephone sets. Bulgaria also supplied the USSR with 16255 t. Uranium, see the article on my profile. Bulgaria even produced the Pravets and IZOT computers, a few months earlier there were photos from the Soviet Air Force Academy and our computers here on the site.

        You supplied us with oil, machine tools and other equipment, but we honestly paid for everything.

        We received a lot of all kinds of weapons from you, from licenses and equipment for the production of Kalash to fighters, helicopters and missiles. But! We honestly guarded the entire social camp with these weapons, and not just ourselves. For half a century of socialism in Bulgaria there have been no actions against the USSR, like Prague 1968 and Budapest 1954, and despite the fact that we did not have contingents of Soviet troops, the last Soviet troops left Bulgaria in 1947.

        In the 1990's, you left Eastern Europe, stopped supplying us with free weapons and got missile defense bases in Poland and Romania, Georgia and the Baltic states are eager for NATO, I’m generally silent about Ukraine. So the weapons delivered free of charge to us also paid off, although not in monetary terms, but while we were guarding the southern borders of the CMEA and the Department of Internal Affairs, there was definitely no problem at our site.
  17. Prutkov 19 October 2015 11: 22 New
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    Quote: pytar
    There is no topic in which you will not say something negative about Bulgaria! Moreover, not knowing anything about the situation in the country. The population in Bulgaria is ethnically very heterogeneous. Almost 35-38% are Turks and Gypsies. They certainly do not support Russia. The pro-Russian "Maidan" will immediately call such an anti-Russian. An aggravation of the situation on the Buzz of ethnic contradictions will result. And from such to the bloodshed as in Kossovo, just one step. There are a lot of pro-Russian organizations, parties, movements in the country. So far they are not organized enough and there are weaknesses in terms of coordination between them. But rallies and events in support of Russia still occur regularly. People go out and test tens of thousands. Your masmedia does not reflect them for some reason. For the situation in Bulgaria, pressure on the authorities through “soft power” is more suitable. Avoiding the excession that our enemies can provoke. I think Russia should support its sympathizers more actively with logistics and providing information resources. The pro-Russian forces are consolidating, and in my opinion there will be more changes in the parliamentary elections in 2018. I wish success to the Montenegrins, and so as not to give their corrupt government, I will drag the strona into the western bloc.

    The Russian leadership openly overslept both Bulgaria and Ukraine. Now it’s the turn to “snooze” Montenegro. The fact that the Western media "do not notice" the uprising in Podgorica is understandable. But where are the Russian media? In Syria?
    1. revnagan 19 October 2015 12: 14 New
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      The Russian leadership openly overslept both Bulgaria and Ukraine. Now it’s the turn to “snooze” Montenegro.

      Well, there will now be an opportunity to reproach Montenegrins for betrayal.
    2. pytar 19 October 2015 13: 29 New
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      We must do something with this! "Reconquista", I don’t know ... Fortunately, in all these countries, Russia has very many sympathizers and somysheniki, and the ground for restoring Russian influence is very favorable!
    3. Reducer 19 October 2015 18: 49 New
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      Well, first of all, Ukrainians and Bulgarians themselves overslept Ukraine and Bulgaria, now pop a full spoon. It is necessary to support those who themselves actively defend their interests. hi
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    They listened poorly to V. Putin, but he specifically said that every nation of any state should decide its own fate without interference from outside. And what should our media write about? in addition to submitting information for you.
  19. stas-xnumx 19 October 2015 12: 32 New
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    Yes, here the Russian Federation needs to be covered in the media, and more, in more detail, so that the Montenegrins themselves know, see, they are not alone, Russia is not VKS, of course, but it can support it in word and deed ...
  20. Belousov 19 October 2015 12: 50 New
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    The problem is that ours will not take advantage of such a situation. We do not know how to work in such situations request Nulando-McCains would have been there, even if it hadn't been planned.
  21. pytar 19 October 2015 13: 24 New
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    Quote: provincial
    They listened poorly to V. Putin, but he specifically said that every nation of any state should decide its own fate without interference from outside. And what should our media write about? in addition to submitting information for you.

    We are all witnesses of the terrible power of the so-called information war! This thing is more dangerous than nuclear weapons! It is time for Russia to switch from defense to offensive on the information front! We must help our friends by providing information platforms, radio, television, newspapers, etc.! Do you know what the Americans did when they entered Bulgaria? Bought more and more popular masmedia! Unfortunately, the masses give in to impact and influence. Yankees perfectly understand and use these factors!
  22. Odysseus 19 October 2015 14: 16 New
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    The author asks rhetorical questions. Now everyone knows.
    A popular uprising is one that is supported by the US State Department.
    Democracy is the power of democrats.
    And so good luck to the Montenegrin people, but objectively they have no chance to independently leave the Western sphere of influence. You can only slow down the pulling of Montenegro into NATO.
  23. ermolai 19 October 2015 16: 15 New
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    Quote: antikilller55
    the technologies are already worked out and most importantly they work and the enemy of NATO needs to be beaten with his own weapon IMHO.

    I think that the enemy can be defeated with the BEST weapon, and the enemy’s weapon is for the partisans behind enemy lines when there is none of their own. and we have the TRUTH! Power is in the truth!
  24. Vlad5307 19 October 2015 18: 13 New
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    Montenegrins correctly demand the resignation of the government and the holding of new elections, and one must act not only with protests, but also with a referendum, not a poll, which has no legal force, unlike a referendum! Let the people of Montenegro be firm and consistent and not allow their small country to be pulled into NATO, and this is add. defense spending of the country. They are protesting against this! hi
  25. BARKHAN 19 October 2015 19: 27 New
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    I imagined for a moment that Nuland was not distributing pies, but Shoigu ... was distributing Tula “gingerbreads” ... and Izhevsk “bagels.” Let him even give out slogans to Volfovich.
  26. mr.vasilievich 19 October 2015 19: 32 New
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    From the point of view of Europe, and Europe is NATO with the United States at the head, Montenegro is the wrong Maidan. And therefore it is not necessary to see him.
  27. Vittt 19 October 2015 21: 46 New
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    There is no topic in which you will not say something negative about Bulgaria! Moreover, not knowing anything about the situation in the country. The population in Bulgaria is ethnically very heterogeneous. Almost 35-38% are Turks and Gypsies. They certainly do not support Russia. The pro-Russian "Maidan" will immediately call such an anti-Russian. An aggravation of the situation on the Buzz of ethnic contradictions will result. And from such to the bloodshed as in Kossovo, just one step. There are a lot of pro-Russian organizations, parties, movements in the country. So far they are not organized enough and there are weaknesses in terms of coordination between them. But rallies and events in support of Russia still occur regularly. People go out and test tens of thousands. Your masmedia does not reflect them for some reason. For the situation in Bulgaria, pressure on the authorities through “soft power” is more suitable. Avoiding the excession that our enemies can provoke. I think Russia should support its sympathizers more actively with logistics and providing information resources. The pro-Russian forces are consolidating, and in my opinion there will be more changes in the parliamentary elections in 2018. I wish success to the Montenegrins, and so as not to give their corrupt government, I will drag the strona into the western bloc.

    Have you ever seen striking gypsies ???
  28. vit357 19 October 2015 23: 10 New
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    Very instructive))) There is only one question - how does this happen in Europe everywhere and everywhere, that the government does not reflect the desire of the people? Where is the dog rummaged here?
  29. Sergey242 20 October 2015 01: 36 New
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  30. Balagan 20 October 2015 02: 10 New
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    Yeah ... the speech itself and the reaction of all the media, including ours, are very revealing.
  31. Wise Kaa 20 October 2015 03: 00 New
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    Too many fronts for Russia, but help as needed !!!
  32. dchegrinec 20 October 2015 04: 04 New
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    All such facts of the hypocrisy of the West must be pointed out every time in the international arena, including specific questions for specific people so that they do not feel aloof for their activities.
  33. Mihalich17 20 October 2015 08: 59 New
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    Russia will be strong and consistent in its decisions, all “humiliated and insulted” will begin to “pull up”.
    It is unlikely that Russia in this period of time can significantly help the Montenegrins. And what does our Foreign Ministry say?
  34. Leeder 20 October 2015 10: 44 New
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    Yes? And what will our Foreign Ministry say?

    Yes, at least to protest. In addition, the consecration of events in the media would not hurt. So that people know what is happening in the world, and how Westerners say only what is beneficial, what saddens me.
  35. Volzhanin 20 October 2015 12: 18 New
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    How would we also remove our bastards in the government?
    It is also necessary to organize a rally, apparently. The ghouls themselves will not be removed.
  36. Andruxax 20 October 2015 12: 56 New
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    Yes, there is a west around them; they have no chance.
  37. dEADj 20 October 2015 15: 18 New
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    the Kremlin will not openly go there. not because he doesn’t want, but because it will lead to a completely different result. just type in google "qualifying for football of europe montenegro russia" and you will understand how much they are "friends" to us.
    1. Andruxax 20 October 2015 15: 29 New
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      the Kremlin will not openly go there. not because he doesn’t want, but because it will lead to a completely different result. just type in google "qualifying for football of europe montenegro russia" and you will understand how much they are "friends" to us.

      Football fans are not the reason. Sales in Russia are part of the fans for Ukraine, but there are also liberals, but most of them are positive. Another thing sales can not imagine how you could help them.
    2. blak100 20 October 2015 20: 05 New
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      and where does the football? we are talking about people in Montenegro and scum politicians
  38. Jinal 20 October 2015 22: 26 New
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    I very much doubt that they are friends to us. For decades, the population has been formatted for rotten Europe.
  39. Aleksey888 21 October 2015 09: 45 New
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    Sorry, that’s not the topic. We have released Vasilyev ... And Silence. None of the media blundered. But the steam olympic soaked his wife in South Africa through all of our channels, trying to release them.