In the Kherson region, damaged pylons leading electricity to the Crimean Peninsula

On the eve of the "Military Review" reported that on the website of the President of Ukraine, a petition with the initiative of stopping the supply of electricity from the Ukrainian territory to the Crimea gained more than 26 thousands of votes. Today it became known that some people in Ukraine decided to make an attempt to translate this idea into reality on their own, damaging two transmission towers supplying electrical energy to the Crimean peninsula.


The State Service of Ukraine for Emergency Situations issued a statement about the incident that occurred on the territory of the Kherson region (quote RIA News):
Two supports were blown up. They are damaged, but did not fall. Electricity is still being supplied, but it will be shut off for the duration of the repair work.


In the Kherson region, damaged pylons leading electricity to the Crimean Peninsula


It is reported that power line poles were blown up using mortar mines on the Melitopol-Dzhankoy line. The transmission of electricity by the employees of the State Service of Emergencies of Ukraine in the Kherson region will resume after the completion of the restoration work.

Undoubtedly, this is another "peremoga" of Ukrainian radicals, because all the restoration work is carried out at the expense of Ukrainian taxpayers, which in any case will affect the tariffs for Ukraine itself.
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  1. Vend 20 October 2015 13: 04 New
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    Svidomo lovers chop the branch on which they sit laughing
    1. Andrea 20 October 2015 13: 09 New
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      Quote: Wend
      Svidomo lovers chop the branch on which they sit
      Yes, it would be better to kill yourself immediately than to mock yourself.
      All legs are shot repeatedly, ears are frostbitten under the root. laughing Masochists are bad.
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      2. Now we are free 20 October 2015 13: 27 New
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        Show their true essence to Crimeans, forcing them to reject all doubts that Russia pulled them out of this .... returning Crimea to itself? Bravo! I'm all for it! As for the blockade of Crimea frostbitten "Patriots". Ukraine in an emergency mode breaks all ties with the peninsula proving to the whole world that for 25 years it itself has been an occupier in these lands where the Central Administration, Republic of Ingushetia, the USSR shed so much sweat, blood and tears ...
        Let "Svidomye" show your true face (cross out) the snout, Crimea, Russia and the whole world, this is your "swan song". The energy bridge to the Crimea will be ready in December this year. And then Crimea and Russia will send you ceremonially - to ... and to ... (And where exactly will you go AT... or ON THE... decide for yourself) ...
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      4. kizhe 20 October 2015 14: 47 New
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        No ears frostbitten. but brains.
        1. Karayakupovo 20 October 2015 15: 55 New
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          Do they really have them? There are telezombies.
      5. Sasha 19871987 20 October 2015 15: 26 New
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        next year, let them put these supports in their backside, even there we’ll pull the cable to the Crimea, the provocateurs are cheap ...
        1. Kasym 20 October 2015 16: 28 New
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          While repairs will be done, it is necessary to turn off the power supply from Russia to Ukraine. The "bell" will be normal - in Ukraine a fan shutdown will begin - and then they will see how to "cut the power lines". I wonder who, in addition to the Russian Federation, can provide electricity? The Poles themselves asked, it is unlikely from Belarus (the LAS would have given, but there is no excess).
          They also want to restore air traffic for the winter from the Russian Federation - at first they block it, and then they ask. Some kind of madhouse. hi
        2. FIREMAN 20 October 2015 16: 48 New
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          Sasha 19871987 Today, 15:26 PM ↑ New
          next year, let them put these supports in their backside, even there we’ll pull the cable to the Crimea, the provocateurs are cheap ...

          Yes, do not need support, the same mines at least 82 mm, at least 120 mm, the result would be much more enchanting. Tse peremoga!
    2. Sauron80 20 October 2015 13: 09 New
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      Khokhlam apparently liked the food blockade of the Crimea - it seems like the thing necessary for Nenko, but at the same time, Russia can’t show anything to gunpowder, since he officially ordered nothing to be done. Etozh all the "patriots" are trying. Apparently they want to play the same card here too - the official authorities are out of business - these are all scumbags or even worse - Putin’s agents !!!
      Only here the result can be exactly the opposite, as in the case of the food blockade. Suppliers and manufacturers of Ukrainian products were primarily affected by it, that is, another shot in the foot.
      1. Bombardier 20 October 2015 13: 16 New
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        Scrolling through the topic of Ukraine on the Internet, I came across:

        May 2 through the eyes of one of the eyewitnesses.

        http://invasion-odessa.livejournal.com/71668.html
        at the end there is a continuation of four more parts

        A lot of photos ... pay attention to the faces! (Yes, and what did the eyewitness do there?)
      2. Haettenschweiler 20 October 2015 13: 17 New
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        Quote: Sauron80
        that is, another shot in the foot.


        - Not in this case.

        Crimea is 70% dependent on electricity supplies from Ukraine. According to the calculations of the Ministry of Energy of the Russian Federation, the region needs an additional 880 megawatts of power. By the end of the year, the first phase of the energy bridge being built by Russia in Crimea should be put into operation, which will allow to deliver up to 400 megawatts of power to the Crimea from the mainland. The second stage will increase the power flow to 800-840 megawatts - they intend to complete its construction in the summer of 2016.
        1. Sauron80 20 October 2015 13: 25 New
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          Yes, it will require certain costs on the part of Russia to ensure the supply of electricity to the Crimea, so what? No one promised it would be easy. But as I understand it, Ukraine has contractual obligations to Russia for the supply of electricity to the Crimea and it is obliged to ensure the transmission of electricity itself (that is, to monitor the serviceability of transmission networks). And the support itself has fallen or it has been blown up - we are least concerned about it, these are transit problems.
          1. Haettenschweiler 20 October 2015 13: 36 New
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            Quote: Sauron80
            Yes, it will require certain costs on the part of Russia to ensure the supply of electricity to the Crimea, so what? No one promised it would be easy.


            - The fact that Russia will be able to fully cover all the needs of Crimea in electricity - if it is very lucky and theft will be slightly lower than in the East - only in the summer of 2016. “Summer” is three months, but even if it means its very beginning, Crimeans live at least another six months under the threat of Ukrainian sabotage. By the way, about "no one promised" - firstly, he promised! Secondly, the Crimeans at least asked, and we, the "mainland Russians", somehow forgot to ask if we want all this.


            Quote: Sauron80
            But as I understand it, Ukraine has contractual obligations to Russia for the supply of electricity to the Crimea and it is obliged to ensure the transmission of electricity itself (that is, to monitor the serviceability of transmission networks).


            - As far as I remember, Ukraine was always very willing to put a bolt on everything and all its obligations. They “squeezed out” the paid tanks from the Republic of the Congo, “threw” the Arabs from the BMP, threatened the Europeans with gas interruptions, ... lost the GTS branch near Donbass, and so on.

            Quote: Sauron80
            And the support itself has fallen or it has been blown up - we are least concerned about it, these are transit problems.


            - 1. Extremely unreliable transit.
            2. In fact, these are problems of Crimeans, among whom are the very children and old people whom must not make "tighten belts" in the name of some abstract bright idea. It will not be Putin, Aksyonov or Poroshenko who will suffer from the lack of electricity, if suddenly someone did not understand.
            1. Sauron80 20 October 2015 13: 43 New
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              I was in Crimea this summer, talking with direct participants in the events in Simferopol. So, these people are ready to suffer temporary inconvenience in order to live in peace in the future, believe me. wink
              They squeezed it out, threw it ... it’s yes, but what kind of Africans and Arabs are there. But as soon as they began to threaten Europe with interruptions in gas supplies, they were immediately returned to their usual knee-elbow position. It will be the same here - of course, they will do shit on a small scale, but they will shut off the supply of electricity completely, being aware of the consequences (you don’t think that they don’t know what they are doing?), The blocker has not grown yet.
              1. Haettenschweiler 20 October 2015 13: 49 New
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                Quote: Sauron80
                I was in Crimea this summer, talking with direct participants in the events in Simferopol. So, these people are ready to suffer temporary inconvenience in order to live in peace in the future, believe me.


                - And babies are also ready to "tolerate" ?! Or yesterday's mothers in maternity hospitals ?! I’m not talking about the elderly, who are already hard to walk on, maybe they are really “ready” - the Communists are still in the past, steel people. And here you are, Sauron, of which there are few. It’s easy to talk abstractly about “temporary” inconveniences when your own ass is warm and comfortable and doesn’t threaten her. I sincerely hope that life will teach you something, and other people's “temporary” inconveniences will cease to be so abstract, beyond dry with lines of reports and summaries you will learn to see people.

                Quote: Sauron80
                But as soon as they began to threaten Europe with interruptions in gas supplies


                - So Europe immediately paid for the injection of gas into Ukrainian underground storage facilities. To the question of the "elbow-elbow pose."
                1. Sauron80 20 October 2015 13: 54 New
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                  There are diesel generators in maternity hospitals for babies, so don’t drag the facts by the ears. Your answer is painfully reminiscent of liberal lamentations about the fact that the money spent in Syria to support Assad could go to raise pensions. Do not confuse warm with soft.
                  1. Haettenschweiler 20 October 2015 13: 57 New
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                    Quote: Sauron80
                    There are diesel generators in maternity hospitals for babies, so don’t drag the facts by the ears.


                    “You're either a cancer or a schoolboy.” Since you think that DG (and indeed they all have maternity hospitals, hospitals, kindergartens and schools? Oh?) Is capable of replacing power lines for at least a month.

                    Quote: Sauron80
                    Your answer is painfully reminiscent of liberal lamentations about the fact that the money spent in Syria to support Assad could go to raise pensions. Do not confuse warm with soft.


                    - I would be impressed if I didn’t give a damn so deeply that where my answer reminds you of it. I didn’t say a word about pensions, and, unlike you, a “couch patriot,” I don’t care what happens to my fellow citizens in Crimea.
                    1. Sauron80 20 October 2015 13: 59 New
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                      Well, since your arguments have slipped into insults, I think our discussion is over.
                      1. Haettenschweiler 20 October 2015 14: 02 New
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                        Quote: Sauron80
                        Well, since your arguments have slipped into insults, I think our discussion is over.


                        - Roll sausage, subtle nature. In the end, I’ll just express my wish: if in the winter Kiev still de-energizes Crimea, how can I hope that you will find yourself there. Tolerate a little, huh?
                    2. 1rl141 20 October 2015 15: 39 New
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                      In areas of the far north, diesel is threshed for years. When he was 2,5 years he served on an island forgotten by God. In the Barents Sea. So our diesel engine was never jammed at all. The diesel engine started up 1 time and threshed until it showed a “fist of friendship”, or died for other reasons. And the load on them was freaky. For example, a 30-kilowatt JAZik pulled 40 kW each. He lived, however, not for long, a year and a half. But it was a swan song!
                2. aleks 62 next 20 October 2015 14: 03 New
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                  .... Or yesterday's mothers in maternity hospitals ?! ...

                  .... From the social. objects are not everything is so bad .... Each has a diesel generator .... Disruptions affect mainly the rural population .... Large cities will not turn off or almost never .... The "training" has already taken place in mid-90s ... It will be necessary - we will tolerate a little .... Moreover, they promise to have 200 (400 ???) MW in December .... Bearing in mind that the average consumption is about 800, it will total 600 (800? ?) ... With an interference, but it should be enough .... Here, to be honest, the situation (at the household level) is not dramatized .... hi
                  1. Sauron80 20 October 2015 14: 05 New
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                    He knows better from the sofa))) You will not convince such people)
                  2. Haettenschweiler 20 October 2015 14: 07 New
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                    Quote: aleks 62 next
                    Moreover, they promise to have 200 (400 ???) MW in December.


                    “They promise to promise even more than they promised before.” Let’s better wait until they plug in, and then we will calmly breathe together. And then, as you know, winters happen every year here, so much so that the equipment is not ready, and no crises are planned, and so on ...
            2. 33 Watcher 20 October 2015 15: 17 New
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              What is it that got hooked on? They did not ask him ... laughing
        2. Andrea 20 October 2015 13: 50 New
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          Quote: Haettenschweiler
          Not in this case.
          In this too. Some regions of Ukraine depend on the supply of electricity from Russia.
          1. Haettenschweiler 20 October 2015 13: 59 New
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            Quote: Andrea
            In this too. Some regions of Ukraine depend on the supply of electricity from Russia.


            - You know how it can be (or rather, it should have been): power lines were destroyed, Kiev had nothing to do with it, "unknown vandals" did everything, and if Russia suddenly cuts off Ukraine’s electricity supply, a screech all over the world rises ... and the whole world, with rare exceptions, fueled by the necessary propaganda, takes up arms against a "wild Asian monster who torments Ukrainians who are not guilty of anything."
          2. Sauron80 20 October 2015 14: 01 New
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            Do not be fooled, this is an ordinary troll))
            1. Haettenschweiler 20 October 2015 14: 04 New
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              Quote: Sauron80
              Do not be fooled, this is an ordinary troll))


              - Justify your words, be affectionate.
      3. Coconut Tima 20 October 2015 13: 30 New
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        Quote: Sauron80
        Khokhlam apparently liked the food blockade of Crimea

        Saying "x.ohly" is insulting. Politically correct - "Europeans of German Oscal origin" or "Neka. Tsapoevropeytsy"!
        1. Haettenschweiler 20 October 2015 13: 37 New
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          Quote: coconut tim
          Saying "x.ohly" is insulting. Politically correct - "Europeans of German Oscal origin" or "Neka. Tsapoevropeytsy"!


          - "Anekdot.ru" moved, you were mistaken with a door.
    3. Vladimirets 20 October 2015 13: 14 New
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      Quote: Wend
      Svidomo lovers chop the branch on which they sit

      They are no longer chopping bitches, but what they are sitting on. wink
      1. saniajan 20 October 2015 13: 41 New
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        Disconnect electricity for them during the repair, too - do not give until they repair it, let them try to sit without light
    4. subbtin.725 20 October 2015 13: 47 New
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      Quote: Wend
      Svidomo lovers chop the branch on which they sit

      Exactly so ..., it’s not long left.
    5. Juborg 20 October 2015 14: 01 New
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      What kind of country, what kind of people, they don’t build anything, but they only blow it up, destroy it, kill it, sell it out for what they haven’t sold for 24 years. Not a country but a popois.
  2. Meckajiuhe 20 October 2015 13: 05 New
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    someone fart exploded under the supports ...
  3. Bobxnumx 20 October 2015 13: 05 New
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    The pravoseks seem to be too distant. It is necessary to organize energy supply to Crimea from Russia.
    1. Vend 20 October 2015 13: 10 New
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      Quote: Bob0859
      The pravoseks seem to be too distant. It is necessary to organize energy supply to Crimea from Russia.

      Chinese stackers have arrived. As the storm subsides, they will begin to lay the energy cable along the bottom of the Kerch Strait
      1. Corsair0304 20 October 2015 13: 17 New
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        Tin. What, their not what?
        1. Penetrator 20 October 2015 13: 49 New
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          Quote: Corsair0304
          Tin. What, their not what?

          Imagine, no. Why be surprised? Themselves purposefully destroyed everything in due time, and now we are amazed? Welcome that the company affiliated with "Shanghai Urban Construction Group" in a row received - there is a guarantee of conscientious and timely work.
          So they will also help us build the Great Crimean Bridge (at least such information slipped through)
          1. aleks 62 next 20 October 2015 14: 06 New
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            ..... Tin. What, their not what?
            Imagine, no. Why be surprised? ....

            .... Exactly not .... After all, the Chinese SHIP-Cable Layer arrived ..... There are such fingers in the world to count on the fingers .... hi
            1. Lelek 20 October 2015 18: 43 New
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              Quote: aleks 62 next
              Absolutely not.


              There is a “Kolar” in the north, and there is one in the Baltic. True, the old ones were not built, they were busy with others. But since there is demand, we will build ours (not tomorrow, of course).
  4. Same lech 20 October 2015 13: 06 New
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    Undoubtedly, this is another “overturn” of Ukrainian radicals,


    Well, what can you take from fools ... I’m already tired of watching and commenting on their mischievous antics.
  5. Gloomy 20 October 2015 13: 06 New
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    Well, this was to be expected. So someone is profitable.
  6. Denis DV 20 October 2015 13: 07 New
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    Without a king in his head, with a mine at the pylon! A bit to bite your teeth - weak?
  7. raid14 20 October 2015 13: 09 New
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    Our power engineers also had to play with a power supply switch to Ukraine for the period of repair of power transmission line poles, so that the svidomye would not unbolt very much.
  8. Mama_Cholli 20 October 2015 13: 09 New
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    The attempt to cut down the branch on which they were sitting was unsuccessful ... Apparently the Ukrainians have to dig up the sea on the territory of Ukraine, so that the Crimea would not get anything from it ...
    1. Sauron80 20 October 2015 13: 12 New
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      Well, if you dug up the Black Sea, what should they do from the Crimea island)))
      1. Mama_Cholli 20 October 2015 13: 17 New
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        Faster. In Crimea, beaches would be increased, and Russia and Belarus would have their own coast with beaches. Even Psaki would be pleased, since the 6th fleet could sometimes approach the beaches of Belarus)
  9. bazigg 20 October 2015 13: 11 New
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    They like hacks at their own expense! Well, what can you do if you don’t have one in your head then you won’t take it from the priests!
  10. Reptiloid 20 October 2015 13: 12 New
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    Ukrainians are preoccupied with their national sport ---- how much more to shit in their pockets. At the same time - they hope that the neighbor will stink.
    1. Same lech 20 October 2015 13: 31 New
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      Ukrainians are preoccupied with their national sport ---- how much more to shit in their pocket.


      That is ... a funny story with the prohibition of flights of our civilian airlines to confirm this .... it's just some kind of madhouse.
  11. Velizariy 20 October 2015 13: 13 New
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    We need an example of Israel, they shamed (in this case, not the Jews themselves) towards the state. borders, accessible means of destruction, destroy provocateurs or other ill-wishers. And the first to inflate the noise about the just torn, decisive actions of General N "Pearl Harbor" ... Tell me why the general? the scale of operations should be at the level of several troop formations.
  12. IAlex 20 October 2015 13: 14 New
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    Let undermine until December, then silk will ...
  13. ratfly 20 October 2015 13: 14 New
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    When the body does not spend energy on the brain, the former person becomes strong and energetic, like a monkey. He needs to jump, scream, break something, ruin everything around this morning already.
  14. Corsair0304 20 October 2015 13: 16 New
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    Chet is somehow rather weak. Mucks apparently just could not normally tear. But in principle, this was to be expected, since Petsya forbids showing a handshake with GDP, and Rabbit yells about "I will not give electricity to Crimea." I understand that for a couple of years (if these are still in power on the outskirts), they will do all sorts of things to Russia through the Crimea. Anyway. It’s unpleasant of course, but it’s experienced, because we need to achieve complete non-volatility (water, light, transport links, etc.) of Crimea from these morons anyway.
    Let them. We have a long memory.
    1. Haettenschweiler 20 October 2015 13: 19 New
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      Let them. We have a long memory.


      - Unfortunately, like the Ukrainians - no, very short. I agree with the rest.
  15. Wolka 20 October 2015 13: 20 New
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    apparently the provocations will continue, tse ass Ukraine ...
  16. Reptiloid 20 October 2015 13: 20 New
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    Quote: The same Lech
    Undoubtedly, this is another “overturn” of Ukrainian radicals,


    Well, what can you take from fools ... I’m already tired of watching and commenting on their mischievous antics.

    I laugh because every time I think that this will end, but no.
  17. MATROSKIN-53 20 October 2015 13: 26 New
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    Well crazy, what do you take ?! Everything is purely in the style of Khokhlyat - I won’t eat it, I’m biting it ... Sick people.
  18. roskot 20 October 2015 13: 27 New
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    And what will they play when they build the Kerch bridge, turn off the gas, and make their energy supply. There will be a squeal of pigs.
  19. ivan bogomolov 20 October 2015 13: 32 New
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    We need to quickly build a bridge, and then all energy issues will be resolved faster and more efficiently. I WANT IN CRIMEA, at sea, I LOVE CRIMEA)))))))))))) fellow
  20. mikh-korsakov 20 October 2015 13: 35 New
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    Well, what to take from the fools. It’s even embarrassing to comment, anyway, that some ignorant man purposely put in a saucepan to a neighbor in a communal apartment. But using the same analogy, it’s high time to call the district police officer, otherwise they’ve become very bold, Hello, is this a police station? go out! But the trouble is that there is no police on them. everyone hid in their minks, and even if it were all with us, hardly anyone would lean out of their mink, and there would be propaganda, as under Soviet rule. then they would stick out and give bullies in the face would give.
  21. pts-m 20 October 2015 13: 45 New
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    probably the enti kahly decided to check and compare the number of convolutions in their heads with the convolutions on the insulators of the power lines. There were two of them converging ... one along the insulator, the other across ... congratulations to the kahlov - they equated themselves with IZOLYATORS from the whole world of normal people.
  22. Mountain shooter 20 October 2015 13: 59 New
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    Energy security of the Crimea - the cable is already pulled. At 400 MW, as far as is known. Now the flow is about 550.
    The 880 is “in the ceiling,” which may not be needed. Reserve gas turbines will also add something.
    In short, by the summer, apparently, Svidomo can be turned off. Or so - water to the Crimea - electricity to Kharkov.
    Roles will change dramatically. Now, protecting Crimeans, Russia is humiliating and paying. As soon as the situation changes, the amplitude of the “jumps” of the yellow-blue monkeys will also decrease sharply.
  23. ayuric 20 October 2015 14: 11 New
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    That would have fucked these miracle miners ... wassat
  24. Lexa-149 20 October 2015 14: 25 New
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    ... It’s better to chop off your own eggs so that they don’t breed like yourself. For that matter, let them not go to work in Russia! They will take their guest workers back! They will block the entire border with Russia! And they will blow up the gas pipe! it's all half measures that offend the true descendants of ancient ukrov and followers of Bandera! Some kind of inferior hatred turns out!
  25. cniza 20 October 2015 14: 45 New
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    They know how to do it - to fight with power lines, old people, children and women ... and then what?
  26. kizhe 20 October 2015 14: 50 New
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    What kind of ur.oda? They can’t even really blow it up.
  27. Homeland_SSSR 20 October 2015 14: 51 New
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    That's all there is to be. And their life does not teach that sticks in the wheels of the Russian Federation put a bough to chop on which you sit. We are waiting for the response of our Foreign Ministry, I am sure it will not rust ...
  28. gomer 20 October 2015 14: 59 New
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    Clowns are small-sized. Everybody bites ...
  29. Zomanus 20 October 2015 16: 13 New
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    Well morons b-t ...
    Even really support cannot blow up.
    As for me, it’s easier to pre-trim with autogenous, and then to explode.
    True, I myself do not understand this.
    It’s just interesting if (when) they blow up all the pillars and block the light supply,
    Will Russia immediately stop supplying electricity to an independent one?
    Or will we wind the snot for care of the fraternal people?
  30. PiP
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    Masts of power lines did not fall ... The indicator of engineering training in Ukraine. Not foolish fucking ... Blow up "humanly" and then could not
    1. Vadim237 20 October 2015 18: 24 New
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      This is not explosive technology, but ordinary urki.
  31. PValery53 20 October 2015 20: 33 New
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    Cutting off the Crimea’s power supply wires, the shallow tufts thereby tightening the gas supply taps (from the Russian side) with their wretched “power”. Lord, when will they fall from a branch that they themselves file ?!
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    fool Why did they blow it up? To repair?
  33. Zomanus 21 October 2015 01: 24 New
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    http://rusnext.ru/news/1445373479

    I think that in January we do not care for their explosions.
    And if the Chinese and the gas pipeline to the Crimea pull us,
    then do not care.
    And we will supply gas and electricity to Ukraine strictly in exchange for water.