Victory and defeat of the Russian civilization

The Russian army knew how to win, but did not know how to enjoy the fruits of their victories.
A.A. Kersnovsky. "History Russian army "(1935)



Victory and defeat of the Russian civilization


Note a few points:

First. The disavowal of the results of the 1945 Victory of the Year was primarily due to the degradation of the USSR ideology in the form of “Marxism-Leninism”. The official Marx-Engels-Lenin clergy after the XX Congress of the CPSU and the “struggle against the personality cult of Stalin” no longer explored reality from ideological positions and paved the way for the future among the reefs of crises and conflicts, but rather urged ideological concepts to meet the demands of political leadership. These concepts are “increasingly satisfying the ever-growing needs of the Soviet people,” “peaceful existence,” “developed socialism,” “nation-wide state,” etc. they demobilized society from top to bottom, led to growing social and economic, and then domestic political problems. What ultimately led to the destruction of the Soviet Union and the dismemberment of the country according to the “Barbarossa” plan. Judging by the nature of the destruction and dismemberment, it is fully consistent not only with the interests of the leading actors of the "Western" civilization, but also with the interests of the actor of the Soviet civilization.

Second. The “inefficiency” of the Soviet economy was primarily caused by erroneous strategic planning (inability to use market mechanisms in the correct industry directions) and the financial gap artificially created in the middle of 60-s between the scientific and technological developments and the real sector of the economy growth of profitability, “equalization” in remuneration, “sturmovshchina” with excessive accumulation of raw materials and “adjustment” of plan targets, etc. .). In addition, the growing propaganda of the “consumer society” within the framework of the “convergence of the two systems” also played its role. Both "covered" the gigantic controlled flow of Soviet assets into the Western economy.

The third. In parallel, for almost a quarter of a century, there was a powerful organizational and economic pumping of the “national” union republics (that is, everyone except the RSFSR), which created objectively favorable conditions for their conflict between themselves and with the allied state institutions. These measures were subjectively supplemented and intensified by the “struggle against dissidents and nationalists,” among which a considerable and active part of the intelligentsia as producers of the ideal product was suppressed.

Fourth. Almost the same policy was projected outside the USSR, the de facto Kremlin adopted defensive tactics with division into zones of influence, which did not work by definition in the case of the United States and other Western countries. The stake on defense actually undermined the world communist movement as a global ideological and political force (with the exception of “red China”). In addition, the “struggle for world peace” led to a gradual surrender of the positions of the USSR in the third world starting with the Caribbean crisis.

The fifth. In parallel, the process of "convergence" with the Western civilization was going in all directions, expanding and going deeper to a critical limit for the Russian civilization in the form of the USSR. This contributed to the anti-communist and anti-Russian groups in the higher echelons of the CPSU and the KGB. It was not for nothing that the group of “advisers under the Central Committee of the CPSU”, in the ranks of which were Burlatsky, Arbatov, Inozemtsev, Bovin, Delyusin and others, positioned itself as “Andropov's nestlings” and for two decades effectively tori the way for Gorbachev's “perestroika” and for Yeltsin's "market reforms."

The sixth. Already at the end of the 50s, “simplification” began, and simply the degradation of the Soviet education system. For example, already in 1955, logic was excluded from school programs as an independent subject of study, and a bit later the same fate befell higher educational institutions of non-philosophical specialization. In 1957, the astronomy course was transferred from the 8 class to the 10 and significantly shortened, so the words of the future US President John F. Kennedy: “We lost space to the Russians at the school desk,” 4 of the year 1957 said The first artificial satellite of the Earth, no longer fully corresponded to reality. Of course, this trend is not exhausted only by logic with astronomy: degradation of education affected almost all subjects of the school curriculum, which led to a sharp drop not only in the real level of education, but also in the degradation of the value system of Soviet society as a whole.

Seventh. The sharp decline in the mobility of “social elevators” in Soviet society, the self-isolation of the “elites”, growing social inequalities, a decline in their responsibility to the state and the lower classes, which led to the growing alienation of power from the people.

It is already clear from here what needs to be done so that our country could, having passed through the era of defeats, return to the era of victories, since after the destruction of the USSR all the indicated tendencies did not completely disappear, but, on the contrary, increased to grotesque forms and volumes only for the most problematic, on the verge of a failed state, states.

First of all, it is necessary to realize and fix the simple fact that the West - today led by the United States - both was and remains a civilizational antagonist of Russian civilization, the Russian world, “Greater Russia”, whatever ideological or political forms it existed, denying it, as a single and independent whole, the right to exist. Hence, the formation of a new anti-Western ideology, which revives a bundle of principles of freedom, social justice and progress, not only for Russia, but for all of humanity, becomes vital. Without this, both defensive and attacking, ideological and political "weapons»Any confrontation of Western civilization will be doomed to failure. It is impossible to “be holier than the Pope” and try to remind the West of ideologies passed long ago and already forgotten, like “human rights”, “norms of international law” or “free market”. The West, figuratively speaking, has a protected patent for these forms of packaging, and what exactly will be inside - it is up to them and only them; no “wishes from outside” here will be accepted and taken into account. One may call this practice “double” or even “triple standards” - for the West itself this is the same nonsense as demanding from Coca-Cola an exact recipe of a drink poured into cans and bottles - this is decided only by the company this is her trade secret.

Of course, Russia, as a state, needs to start a line on total suppression of corruption, which is impossible without suppression of the “shadow economy”. That, in turn, is impossible without a change in the financial (credit, monetary, tax, etc.) policy of the current government. Which, again, is impossible without clearing this power from representatives of the “fifth column” not only in all state institutions, but also in all media structures performing the function of “information power”, as well as in the education system.

Consequently, it is also necessary as soon as possible and in relation to the conditions of our country to switch to a mixed economy model, which provided the PRC a breakthrough to the top of the world economy, and today it is putting the yuan in the category of “world currencies”. This new economic strategy should provide not only the introduction of new technologies in all sectors of the economy, but also to launch the work of “social elevators” within Russian society.

Finally, emphasis should be placed on interaction with those countries that do not accept the order of Pax Americana, the “dollar empire”. This applies both to the developing countries of the third world (in the formats of the SCO, BRICS, the EAEU, etc.) and to “outsiders” from among the US satellites, for various reasons and with different speeds “departing” from their zone of influence (from Iceland and Greece to Turkey, in perspective - to Israel and Germany). The goal of such interaction will be the formation of a real ideological, political and economic multipolarity of the modern world, which will make it much more stable and secure, and the interaction within it will be constructive and fruitful.

All this must be done with maximum speed and completeness. Only as a result of changes of this kind can Russia not only be preserved as a civilizational whole, but also win in the inevitable and already unfolding battle for our future.
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  1. Same lech 13 November 2015 07: 10 New
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    First of all, it is necessary to recognize and fix the simple fact that the West - today led by the USA - has been and remains a civilizational antagonist of Russian civilization.


    I understood this when BILL CLINTON laughed at YELTSIN.

    Looking at the photo, I see that he is not laughing at this go .. then over us .... very hurt my soul.
    1. Babr 13 November 2015 07: 34 New
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      One interesting feature of the coups and revolutions in Russia in general can be noted: they all occurred exclusively in this way and when it was beneficial to Great Britain, and later to the USA.
      Only a return to the Stalin era can fulfill all of the points listed in the article.
      Otherwise, it's all mouse fuss.
      This is what our partners said about that period.
      "US presidential candidate Stevenson assessed the situation in such a way that if production growth in Stalinist Russia continued, then by 1970 Russian production would be 3-4 times higher than American production."

      In the September issue of the National Business magazine for 1953, in an article by Herbert Harris, “Russians are catching up with us,” it was noted that the USSR is faster than any country in terms of the growth rate of economic power and that the current growth rate in the USSR is 2-3 times higher. than in the USA.

      At the same time and at the same time, the Americans noted with horror that raising the standard of living and strengthening the institution of the family in the USSR will inevitably lead to a population explosion, as a result of which the population of 1/6 of the land by the end of the century will be half a billion people.


      But the Japanese billionaire, Herosi Terawama, spoke most precisely of all:


      “You are not talking about the main thing, about your leading role in the world. In 1939, you Russians were smart, and we Japanese were fools. In 1949, you became even smarter, and we were fools so far. And in 1955 we got smarter, and you turned into five-year-olds.

      Our entire economic system is almost completely copied from yours, with the only difference being that we have capitalism, private producers, and we have never achieved more than 15% growth, while you, with public ownership of the means of production, reached 30% or more. All of our firms have your slogans of the Stalin era. ”
      1. hydrox 13 November 2015 08: 00 New
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        Quote: Babr
        You do not talk about the main

        1. Russia is inhabited by Dukhobors, i.e. nation (with all ethnic groups), ADDICTED to live in the name of justice, and not in the name of money (prosperity has always been derived from justice (associated benefits)).
        2. Russia ALWAYS achieved the greatest successes and breakthroughs only with an authoritarian and ambitious leader. Putin needs to take this circumstance under special control, because today he does not pull in full compliance with Stalin or Peter the Great: A brilliant foreign policy with the threat of losing sovereignty in a collapsing economy is nonsense, paradox and incompatibility of states.
        3. "Cadres decide EVERYTHING!" - This is the motto of any Russia with ANY ruler who wants a country of independence, power and prosperity.
        In all other respects, I agree with you.
        1. Babr 13 November 2015 08: 21 New
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          1. Russia is inhabited by Dukhobors, i.e. nation (with all ethnic groups), ADDICTED to live in the name of justice, and not in the name of money (prosperity has always been derived from justice (associated benefits))
          Well said. Joining.

          But where are they? These are miraculous heroes. We can only quote Tyutchev, (Russia cannot be understood by the mind .....) lying on the stove, picking his nose. I see nothing more. request
          1. lukewarm 13 November 2015 08: 49 New
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            Here it was necessary
            "Russia WAS populated by Dukhobors," etc. The reasons for their disappearance are set out precisely in the article.
            In general, the article "at the very bull's eye". Just like a cropped one. The conclusions that beg are drawn to the 282nd.
            1. Babr 13 November 2015 09: 43 New
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              Quote: unwillingly
              cropped.

              Soon, and hints of the article will fall. lol
      2. sherp2015 13 November 2015 08: 12 New
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        Quote: Babr
        One interesting feature of the coups and revolutions in Russia in general can be noted: they all occurred exclusively in this way and when it was beneficial to Great Britain, and later to the USA.
        Only a return to the Stalin era can fulfill all of the points listed in the article.
        Otherwise, it's all mouse fuss.


        Injustice and inequality on the part of officials and those in power in relation to the common people will ruin the country and create the prerequisites for tearing it into many rags to the joy of the Anglo-Saxon gang
        1. Babr 13 November 2015 08: 30 New
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          Quote: sherp2015
          Injustice and inequality on the part of officials and those in power in relation to the common people will ruin the country and create the prerequisites for tearing it into many rags to the joy of the Anglo-Saxon gang

          Only the motto "All in the name of the People and for the good of the People" will be able to change the situation.
          Everything else is from the evil one.
      3. Alexey-74 13 November 2015 08: 25 New
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        In general, I also agree, but the fad about education is not true, since the late fifties even more so .... due to the fact that they canceled logic and transferred astronomy? Back in the mid-seventies, the West recognized Soviet education as the most effective
        1. dvg79 13 November 2015 08: 48 New
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          These are not trifles, it is these objects that are very important for the formation of a worldview, for a correct perception of reality. By the way, when writing a term paper on the role of geography in the upbringing of the dialectical-materialistic worldview, I was shocked to find that no one really dealt with this issue. A little material was found only in translation of the GDR book of the late 60s and that’s all. Pedagogical science on this most important aspect of education and upbringing didn’t give a damn already in Soviet times. Or it was oriented in a certain way. Now they finish off the rest of the subjects, and all at once. From programs and textbooks they stand on end. Grow a herd of sheep, children are just a pity.
        2. lukewarm 13 November 2015 08: 52 New
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          I do not see the contradictions here. Education was still the best, but already at an end. Logic with astronomy - IMHO just as an example.
      4. goose 13 November 2015 10: 30 New
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        I don’t know who set the article disadvantages. Items are listed in the case.
      5. Oleg14774 13 November 2015 10: 50 New
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        Quote: Babr
        Only a return to the Stalin era can fulfill all of the points listed in the article.

        That is why Stalin is watered and his merits are belittled. They are trying to convince us that the Stalin era is bad. When did the Anglo-Saxons give sincere and truthful advice ?! This is the nation that does all evil on the planet, and generates this evil to those who are in the shadows and who are not written about in Forbes.
    2. Gilev georgy 13 November 2015 07: 47 New
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      Well, there’s a lot of metaphysical, yes. This one ... laughs too. And many citizens looked at all this laughing. It was tacos, a sad laugh. And this, unfortunately or fortunately, is also part of reality and national character.
      Clinton is well aware. He was raised in the spirit of fear of a large red empire. And now he is standing next to the embodiment of what she herself has done. With their help or not, but did. This is a very ridiculous sight. And yet there is something sinister for him in this drunken laugh. While they celebrated the victory, we did not notice the defeat. This has its drawbacks, but in general it reflects the situation. Critical damage was not done.
      In no case do I sympathize with BNeltsin, sympathize with the national character and ability to endure difficulties
    3. Zoldat_A 13 November 2015 07: 48 New
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      Quote: The same Lech
      he doesn’t laugh at this go .. that is at us .... very hurt my soul.

      I have a feeling that the author of the article is not trying to analyze the issues related to the Soviet Union in the article, but is trying to justify himself over the past 25 years, moreover, in a very popular way among the democrats - "d..ur..ak himself!" It’s trying to tell you that don’t worry that our democracy has broken so much firewood in 25 years. In the Union, everything was worse! Liberalistically, he is trying to convince ourselves and those around us that in vain, for example, we are scolding Fursenko and Livanov for raising a generation of USEdiot. Looks like, in Soviet times, Yshsho was worse ... I especially laughed at the "degradation of Marxism-Leninism."

      Throughout its history, human society follows the path of humanization. In all areas - invents criminal laws, invents moral laws. So if socialism gives a person social equality, free housing, free medicine, education, confidence in the future, those guarantees that capitalism does not give, then is this a more progressive social form than capitalism? After this, the article may not even be read - "in the Soviet Union everything is three times bad."

      Probably, we simply did not manage to get where we were going. They got lost along the road and again plunged into where they escaped in the 17th ... If someone has not been able to use the idea, it is foolish to blame the idea for degradation.

      For example, in the Soviet Union I did not feel a lack of personal freedom, I still know physics better than my grandson, not to mention the school course in astronomy. And most importantly - there was confidence in the strength of the country and pride in the country. If the GDP is at least half able to rivet what they managed to gouge in 10 years, you can bow to his belt already.

      That's why Clinton is laughing in the photo. Those under whose dictation all this was done with our country, they perfectly understood what they were doing. Unlike Gorbato-Yeltsin’s pack ...
      1. Gilev georgy 13 November 2015 07: 58 New
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        Now much and often talk about the need for ideology. And this is obviously so. But the trouble is that ideology is not taken out of the blue and not developed in classrooms. For new generations, they have to suffer their new ideology. To suffer here is the main word.
      2. EvgNik 13 November 2015 08: 05 New
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        Quote: Zoldat_A
        Especially dared about the "degradation of Marxism-Leninism

        Nothing funny. What was - what was. Why did the transition to wild capitalism become possible.
        1. Zoldat_A 13 November 2015 08: 08 New
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          Quote: EvgNik
          Nothing funny. What was - what was. Why did the transition to wild capitalism become possible.

          So I write that not the idea degraded, but they failed to really use. Different things, however ... hi
        2. Wheel 13 November 2015 12: 15 New
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          Quote: EvgNik
          Quote: Zoldat_A
          Especially dared about the "degradation of Marxism-Leninism

          Nothing funny. What was - what was. Why did the transition to wild capitalism become possible.
          What happened?
          Marxism-Leninism cannot degrade; its carriers and conductors, if Che, are degrading.
      3. Stirbjorn 13 November 2015 09: 07 New
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        Quote: Zoldat_A
        I have the feeling that the author of the article is not trying to analyze the issues related to the Soviet Union in the article, but is trying to justify himself over the past 25 years, moreover, in a very popular way among the Democrats - "d..ur..ak himself!" It’s trying to tell you that don’t worry that our democracy has broken so much firewood in 25 years. In the Union, everything was worse!
        I did not see anything like this in the article. The author simply shows that the peak of the development of the USSR fell on the Stalin era, and then went slow degradation, which led to the collapse of the union and further collapse. And accordingly, it calls for attention to be paid specifically to the Stalinist period in the development of Russia - to take the best from it, and not engage in "anti-Stalinism", for example, or copy the "Western experience."
        1. Zoldat_A 13 November 2015 09: 24 New
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          Quote: Stirbjorn
          And accordingly, it calls for attention to be paid specifically to the Stalinist period in the development of Russia - to take the best from it, and not engage in "anti-Stalinism", for example, or copy the "Western experience."

          And I always thought that anti-Stalinism, like fables about the cannibal and the murderer of Ivan the Terrible, like so much more - are the products of one laboratory, and not located in Russia. And the goal of these tales is one and clear.

          I already once wrote about anti-Stalinism at VO that my grandfather, a tanker, a blockade, evacuated on ice from Leningrad, who was burning in a tank on Kursk, a gentleman of two Orders of Glory, had a portrait of Stalin hanging over his bed in 79th in full dress uniform. And I believed my grandfather more than all the "whistleblowers" combined.
        2. Kindof 13 November 2015 10: 06 New
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          The author gives a clear message: degradation is not just ... took and come ..
          Khrushchev came through a palace coup, began with the destruction of ideology: the Twentieth Congress, the fight against the personality cult of Stalin, the Thaw, amnestied for the repressed, including criminals and uninhabited Trotskyists (recall the Cold Summer of the 53rd) - introduced a harmful element in all spheres .. (recall the basic principle of the Stalin era: "cadres decide everything").

          The fruits of these "cadres", whose personal motive was personal revenge on Stalin and his associates, we observe in the form of degradation of culture, education, science and, as a consequence, the economy.
          "Everything goes according to plan"
          1. Buffalo 13 November 2015 10: 58 New
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            Folk ditties, times of Khrushchev.

            We have a lot of poultry farms,
            More built
            And the working egg sees
            When washing in a bath ...

            On the motive "New settlers are going":

            Turns for bread
            Mother, father, sons and daughters,
            Soon I will see
            A loaf of bread on his table ...

            I will never forget these lines and empty store shelves.
            When the bald Mikitka was thrown off, people in our yard were happy as children!
      4. vladkavkaz 13 November 2015 10: 50 New
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        “In the summer of 2015, the“ Congress of the intelligentsia ”sang almost simultaneously the praises of the 25th anniversary of Yeltsin’s assumption of the post of Chairman of the Supreme Council of the RSFSR and announced the creation of an extrajudicial body with the intricately ornate title“ Public Tribunal over Stalinism, Stalin and his environment. ”
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        Whatever they call themselves! Here is the congress of the intelligentsia.
        And there were -
        Democrats
        human rights defenders;
        human rights activists;
        liberals, neoliberals;
        guides of the experience of civilized countries;
        anti-fascists;
        creators of a market economy;
        monetarists;
        globalists;
        monarchists;
        white patriots ...
        How to name them honestly and to be understood once and for all?
        Opponents of a socialist society.
        They do not like to admit it, but it is precisely their essence: opponents of socialism, socialist relations between people.
        1. Babr 13 November 2015 11: 36 New
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          Quote: vladkavkaz
          "Congress of the intelligentsia"

          Well, if this is the intelligentsia, then I am the pope. belay
    4. armageddon 13 November 2015 08: 27 New
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      It hurts ... But "The trust can burst only from within ..." O. Henry
    5. Drmadfisher 13 November 2015 08: 59 New
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      Yes there Anek was about Monica.
      but I agree with the third paragraph from and to, fed this whole bastard, like brothers
    6. marinier 13 November 2015 10: 08 New
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      HELLO Dear!
      The one who laughs last laughs. Chicks in the fall with 4out.
      In my glance, RUSSIA plugged her mouth with all the ill-wishers,
      his mighty act in the international arena.
      With the help of the LORD OF GOD, RUSSIA will overcome difficulties.
      RUSSIA WAS EATING WILL.
      And those who predicted the end to her, where are they ???
  2. bronik 13 November 2015 07: 11 New
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    in relation to the conditions of our country, switch to a mixed economy model, which provided the PRC with a breakthrough to the tops of the world economy

    An example worthy of imitation - he stole a million, put to the wall. But did not amnesty and forgiven.
  3. Same lech 13 November 2015 07: 18 New
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    An example worthy of imitation - stole a million, put to the wall.


    What is surprising and no sanctions for this from the WEST.
  4. V0l0dimir 13 November 2015 07: 19 New
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    How many such correct articles have already been, what do we need to do, but in a government like Krylov, "Vaska is listening and eating."
  5. apro 13 November 2015 07: 22 New
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    Well written, thoughtfully, identified bottlenecks in the late Soviet ideology leading to disaster.
    1. vdtomsk 13 November 2015 07: 35 New
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      The Russian Civilization has no defeats. There is a temporary retreat. But we are alive, then break through!
      1. leon17 13 November 2015 09: 09 New
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        Every year more and more information appears about our present past: about Great Tartaria - "Grand Tartaria". So, this Power-Tartaria of the Slavic-Aryans before baptism occupied 75-80% of all Eurasia and the western coast of North and South America. Forget about Alaska and the California coast squandered under Catherine II. The network has a lot of documents testifying to this data.
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          Quote: leon17
          The Power-Tartaria Slavic-Aryan before baptism occupied 75-80% of all Eurasia

          Does it bother you that the only mention of tartaria is a map in the British Museum, and not a single document about this in Russia itself? I think that before the baptism of Russia, there was no power but there were scattered tribes, Slavs, Krivichi, Drevlyans, etc. the most developed were the Slavs, who crushed all the others under themselves. And we discovered Alaska with California much later, only in 1760.
      2. WINovikov 13 November 2015 12: 56 New
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        Before the baptism of Russia, we were the grandchildren of God, and after baptism we became God's slaves. Now there is an enrichment of the church and the impoverishment of the flock and ... and nothing more.
        1. DEfindER 13 November 2015 14: 09 New
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          Before the baptism of Russia, we were the grandchildren of God, and after baptism we became God's slaves

          And how else can people be united if their freedom is not restricted? Previously, all states held on to religion and fear of God for breaking the law. If we had remained free pagans, then we would have been disparate tribes, continuously fighting among themselves ..
  6. Same lech 13 November 2015 07: 22 New
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    and in the government like Krylov, "Vaska eats and eats."


    Well, Medvedev openly said ...
    We are part of Western civilization... probably he meant that the raw materials.
    What I absolutely do not want to agree with.
    1. Zoldat_A 13 November 2015 08: 00 New
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      Quote: The same Lech
      Well, Medvedev openly said ...
      We are part of Western civilization ... probably he meant that the raw part.
      What I absolutely do not want to agree with.

      I would generally not be serious about what our nano-President will say. He's not even a "talking head." So, they planted a chair for warming and gave an iPhone to play, so that it would not be boring to sit ...
      1. lukewarm 13 November 2015 09: 04 New
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        You are saying everything correctly, but at the same time you have forgotten that this nano-luntik has been shredding the country for 4 years in the best traditions of the 90s. I would call his reign a renaissance of the liberals. It was with him that the playpen and the swamp became possible. So with all the contempt for him personally, one must listen and be wary of what he is talking about. In this case, he sends a signal to his owners "there", saying "We are with you, we are in place." He ranked himself and his clique as a Western civilization. OK. But he will drag us there too. And we are needed there only as food. And, yes, since Mr. Medvedev considers himself a part of Western civilization, let him be responsible for all her crimes from the Inquisition to the present day. To repent is so fashionable. Repent, comrade Mendel.
    2. hydrox 13 November 2015 08: 08 New
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      Quote: The same Lech
      We are part of Western civilization.


      No, the plushik had in mind specifically himself, Pr-in and klepto-elite - i.e. all those who are against the revival of Great Russia with an oak stump.
    3. EvgNik 13 November 2015 08: 09 New
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      Quote: The same Lech
      Well, Medvedev openly said ...

      He meant himself and his inner circle. But today Dima is, and tomorrow someone else will replace him. But Russia was, is and will be.
      1. Hardy 13 November 2015 08: 25 New
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        But Russia was, is and will be.

        After the introduction of tolls for heavy trucks on federal highways, Russia as a single state can be forgotten ... Besides the jump in inflation, this will also cut off all ties between the regions of the country, leading to complete and final disintegration.

        1. lukewarm 13 November 2015 09: 10 New
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          Quote: Hardy
          After the introduction of heavy truck fares on federal highways, Russia as a united state can be forgotten

          There is nothing good about this, but IMHO you are too categorical. Costs will again fall on our shoulders in the form of higher prices. Long-range fights will not remain. Include this fee in tariffs. If the country falls apart, it’s not right now and it is from this. It is clear that the liberals are twitching. The crisis in the economy overlapped with external challenges (easier, war). Both that and another business expensive. So they are looking for someone to tear off. Clear as a white day. Officialdom and "effective" - ​​they are untouchable. They put and represent this power.
          1. Was mammoth 13 November 2015 09: 48 New
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            Quote: unwillingly
            There is nothing good about this, but IMHO you are too categorical.

            I agree. Where is the cause of the conflict? At the cost of transportation - sea, rail, car. How could it happen that it was cheaper to take a car from the end of the country to another than by train? Root in government actions and inaction. Well, and as usual, in the end it will fall on ours with your shoulders in the form of prices and tariffs.
          2. Hardy 13 November 2015 12: 15 New
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            There is nothing good about this, but IMHO you are too categorical. Costs will again fall on our shoulders in the form of higher prices. Long-range fights will not remain.

            Of course, truckers at this stage do not care, raise the price that's all.

            And if you look at the scale of the country? For Russia, transport accessibility is not just convenience, it is what makes us a single country.

            This law will make economically unprofitable communications between regions, especially distant ones. And without a single economy, there is no single state.

            In my opinion, truckers need to, on the contrary, compensate for part of the cost for large hauls. This money, in contrast to allocated for cutting into "national projects", will really stimulate the development of the country's economy.

            And now, with bullied railway and air fares, motor transport is the last thread of life. Which will be torn off and there is no country. Is this not obvious? This is like a transition from the USSR to the CIS, at first imperceptibly and all do not care, and then yes how did it happen ...
        2. CONTROL 13 November 2015 09: 54 New
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          After the introduction of tolls for heavy trucks on federal highways, Russia as a single state can be forgotten ... Besides the jump in inflation, this will also cut off all ties between the regions of the country, leading to complete and final disintegration.

          What are you, dear. Do you know about "heavy truck passage"? You them - heavy trucks! - the driver? If there were - they would voluntarily pay "fare"!
          The heavy trucks used for transportation in Russia are, for the most part, Western (and KamAZ trucks are laced with Fords), and are adapted for transportation not even on European (even Scania) - on American roads! And our roads - those very expensive "federal highways" - they destroy for the season (with our six-month winter!). Pay attention to the ways of driving on icy roads - with wheels made for the "desert" or "concrete": after them there are lumps from the road!
          So - to take money for driving such equipment on our roads, this is not the best ... And so in the spring the ban on the movement of heavy trucks is not "out of the blue", do you think? but from a "good life" ...
    4. VseDoFeNi 13 November 2015 08: 34 New
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      We are part of Western civilization ...

      I really hope that never, never will the Russian people become part of Western civilization, it is a civilization of thieves, robbers and bandits who robbed other countries and continents !!!
    5. ASK505 13 November 2015 09: 02 New
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      Well, Medvedev openly said ...
      We are part of Western civilization ...


      Ignorance and limitation humiliated Russia. What kind of "part" are we there? We have completely different rods and clips. Russia is the center of Russian civilization, which rests on three "pillars": the idea of ​​justice, Pushkin and the Russian language. The matrix of the Russian World is "Family". This is a natural phenomenon. Western civilization is based on pragmatism, calculation, personal interest. All this was built and is based on the matrix "Market". This is an artificial phenomenon. Individually, each country in Europe is not a civilization. This can only be said of all of Europe.
      1. VseDoFeNi 13 November 2015 11: 44 New
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        What kind of "part" are we there? We have completely different rods and clips.

        He is a lawyer, he was taught Roman gang law, with all that it implies. These people with a mentally ill are used to fighting with their own and other peoples.
        1. Uncle Joe 13 November 2015 12: 58 New
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          He is a lawyer, he was taught Roman gang law, with all that it implies. These people with a mentally ill are used to fighting with their own and other peoples.
          Well said good

          I remind you that Putin is also a lawyer, and comes from the same LSU lol
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            Quote: Uncle Joe
            I remind you that Putin is also a lawyer, and he comes from the same LSU lol

            Putinophobe-Russophobe watch and remember.

    6. Dry_T-50 13 November 2015 13: 46 New
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      What I absolutely do not want to agree with.

      And you have to agree. At least for now
  7. valokordin 13 November 2015 07: 27 New
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    Quote: V0l0dimir
    How many such correct articles have already been, what do we need to do, but in the government like Krylov, "Vaska eats and eats."

    Who are you asking the question to? Who allows Vaska to gobble up and parasitize in folk cuisine?
    1. hydrox 13 November 2015 08: 10 New
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      Who allows Vaska to gobble up


      And you yourself have not tried THIS Vaska, but take it by the scruff of your neck?
      So Putin can’t, and not because he doesn’t want to, but because the owners do not give vaskins.
      In addition, Putin himself also needs time to comprehend the traitorous role of liberals in the history of Russia and to mature into the inevitability of reformatting the financial and economic relations in the country - he is a child in the economy! lol
      1. Wheel 13 November 2015 12: 36 New
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        In addition, Putin himself also needs time to comprehend the traitorous role of liberals in the history of Russia and to mature into the inevitability of reformatting the financial and economic relations in the country - he is a child in the economy!

        Neighing. )))
      2. WINovikov 13 November 2015 13: 05 New
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        If Putin is just a child in the economy, then why the hell does he need a bunch of bearded economic advisers? Or he chooses advisers according to the principle - there is a beard, then smart. Without a beard .
  8. SERGEII 13 November 2015 07: 27 New
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    There is only one way out - to vote against the iPhone and his gang of robbers of socialist property.
    1. lukewarm 13 November 2015 09: 12 New
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      But do we have an elected government? Who voted for him and when? I know only half-mad old women "He is so intelligent, honey and respectful." am
      1. Buffalo 13 November 2015 10: 47 New
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        Read Lenin? When did illiterate cooks rule the state ?! Even under Lenin this was not allowed!
        Professionals and necessarily patriots should steer the country. Specialists should be chosen by specialists, not cooks.
        1. Was mammoth 13 November 2015 11: 13 New
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          Read Lenin? When did illiterate cooks rule the state?

          I understand you read Lenin in scrap. However, to pull out individual words from the phrase, create a lie. You are completely familiar with a specific thought. More than once cited on the site. I am not satisfied with the current professional professionals, I am sure that cooks would do better. With the help of other professionals
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            You do not understand anything. While studying at a university, I naturally studied the history of the CPSU, Marxist-Leninist philosophy, and scientific communism. Not just read, but outlined, without fail, the source. In the Soviet university everyone studied it!
            Any questions?
        2. Wheel 13 November 2015 12: 41 New
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          Read Lenin? When did illiterate cooks rule the state ?! Even under Lenin this was not allowed!
          Professionals and necessarily patriots should steer the country.
          Well, you definitely didn’t read Lenin. laughing
          Otherwise, they would not have mentioned the cook ...
          1. Buffalo 13 November 2015 19: 18 New
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            Read my answer above.
            Do not confuse God's gift with scrambled eggs, but theoretical works with revolutionary practice.
            Show me at least one cook who was in the Soviet government, you are well-read by us! There was a clear party-national system.
            Read the list of the first Soviet Central Executive Committee, if you know how to find it with a search engine.
    2. Uncle Joe 13 November 2015 13: 00 New
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      There is only one way out - to vote against the iPhone and his gang of robbers of socialist property.
      Putin: “In the context of the acute crisis, many enterprises raised the question of completely transferring their business to the state, were ready and even suggested it ourselves. We didn’t take this path, we chose a different path - we put our shoulder on the business and built a whole support system, but we’ve not taken the path of nationalization of the economy. This is a fundamental choice of the government "
      http://archive.government.ru/special/docs/14934/

      Putin: “You see, we did not have any large-scale nationalization, nor a slide towards universal administrative regulation. We maintained the free movement of capital and convertibility of the ruble. I am sure that all this served as a convincing signal for investors, and I want to emphasize and say once again: a return there will be no past. Russia will remain a liberal market economy. Today I want to repeat once again: we will consistently continue the line of encouraging private initiative, integration into the world economy, and creating favorable investment climate. "
      http://www.vesti.ru/doc.html?id=317679
  9. Same lech 13 November 2015 07: 30 New
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    There is only one way out - to vote against the iPhone and his gang of robbers of socialist property.


    The property has already been sawn and PUTIN said the same ..There will be no review of the results of privatization.
    but to mean and plant CHUBAIS without a command from above, no one will risk either.
    Protests against sawyers of socialist property will end in jail,
    how it was done in relation to KVACHKOV.

    1. Zoldat_A 13 November 2015 08: 05 New
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      Protests against sawyers of socialist property will end in jail,
      how it was done in relation to KVACHKOV.

      If Kvachkov REALLY did what he was sitting for, he would DO IT. That's what they taught. And so “getting ready”, as Kvachkov “prepared” and “made” - you feel the hand not of a professional, but of the head of the security service of Chubais. Surely from GBshnyh "stomp" who have no idea how such operations are developed. What else to expect from Chubais? I read lectures in America - taught self-arrows ...
    2. hydrox 13 November 2015 08: 23 New
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      there will be no review of privatization results.


      You never know what he said to calm the liberals!
      The very fact of discussing Glazyev’s report in the Security Council and its publication speaks of UNDERSTANDING the problem of the NEED to reformat economic and financial relations in Russia.
      That is, Putin specifically drifts from liberalism to statehood - and in other ways to raise the power of Russia, the well-being of its people and the ADVANTAGES of the country is impossible.
      1. lukewarm 13 November 2015 09: 19 New
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        Quote: hydrox
        drifts from liberalism to statehood

        wink Very correct wording. It drifts. That is, adrift. There is no time left for drift. Late. And let’s not forget that it was becoming a politician at what time. With all his positive qualities and titanic efforts and deep respect for him, he is a product of this system. Yes, and very dependent on the oligarchy. Those. the revolution from above has not yet matured. Below - too. Many still share this fucking ideology.
      2. Uncle Joe 13 November 2015 13: 16 New
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        You never know what he said to calm the liberals
        I believe for it is absurd ...

        Decree of the President of the Russian Federation on May 7, 2012 No. 596 "On Long-Term State Economic Policy"

        2. The Government of the Russian Federation.
        c) in the field of privatization and improving the management of state property:

        introduce amendments to the forecast plan (program) of federal property privatization and the main directions of federal property privatization for 1-2012 by November 2011, 2013 and approve the forecast plan (program) of federal property privatization and the main directions of federal property privatization for 2014-2016, envisaging the completion by 2016 of the state’s withdrawal from the capital of non-resource sector companies not belonging to natural monopolies and defense organizations; ensure, by November 1, 2012, amendments to regulatory legal acts aimed at restricting the acquisition by state-owned companies in which the Russian Federation owns more than 50 percent of the shares, state unitary enterprises, and also organizations controlled by these companies and enterprises, shares and shares business companies; to ensure, until December 1, 2012, the development and implementation by state-owned companies, in which the Russian Federation owns more than 50 percent of shares, of non-core asset disposal programs; ensure, by March 1, 2013, the analysis of the performance of state-consolidated companies, including the United Aircraft Corporation open joint-stock company, the United Shipbuilding Corporation open joint-stock company, and the State Corporation for the Promotion of the Development, Production, and Export of High-Tech Industrial Products of Russian Technologies "in order to prepare proposals for improving their management, ensuring consistency of their development strategies with state programs for the development of relevant sectors of the economy, gaining leading positions in certain segments of the world markets of aviation, shipbuilding, information and communication and space technology ...


        Government order of July 1, 2013 No. 1111-r ... pursuant to Decree of the President of the Russian Federation of May 7, 2012 No. 596 "On long-term state economic policy."

        In accordance with subparagraph “c” of paragraph 1 of the Decree, the forecast plan provides for the completion by 2016 of the state’s withdrawal from the capital of non-resource companies not belonging to natural monopolies and defense organizations. ...
        The program provides for the privatization of shares of 2014 companies and 2016 unitary enterprises, as well as 436 objects of other federal property, in federal ownership in 514-94. ...
  10. Aleksander 13 November 2015 07: 40 New
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    In parallel, for almost a quarter of a century a powerful organizational and economic pumping of "national" union republics (i.e. all except the RSFSR)


    I witnessed this wildness with my own eyes — already in the 60's in Moldavian villages — electricity, roads, clubs, gas (everywhere in cylinders), shops (in which almost everything is there), bookstores (!) Shops, first-aid posts. in the Smolensk region (Vyazemsky district) in the village in 1965 (!) year, we were still sitting at the kerosene lamp without electricity, no road, no store (for 4 km was half empty) -nothing! I remember a torn, faded rag dangling over the village council, the “flag” of the RSFSR, a symbol of the attitude of the Communists towards indigenous Russia .....
    1. ivan bogomolov 13 November 2015 08: 30 New
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      Yes, I completely agree .....)))) Chisinau, compared to St. Petersburg in 70, is heaven and earth, an apartment could be obtained in turn for 3-5 years, shops are packed with groceries, 1 kg. a tomato was worth 0.5 kopecks, and on weekends at fairs it was all free, I was silent about the collective farms, they lived like cheese in butter. Well, in St. Petersburg it was just ... Pa was, to be honest, I was shocked, I couldn’t believe my eyes and don’t I understood that in the films they show why everyone goes to Moscow on electric trains for sausage. request
      1. Buffalo 13 November 2015 10: 40 New
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        A sausage train in the 70s, you are not familiar?
        And the presence of two capitals and everything else, a strikingly different and half-starved USSR, do not remember?
        But we remember!
        1. vladkavkaz 13 November 2015 10: 45 New
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          Buffalo
          Who are "we?
          Something I will not mention in 70 and later, hungry, bloated, in bast shoes and for alms in the form of a crust of bread in the passages, including the Metro in two capitals.
          I don’t remember something, in my city, the lack of sausages, fish, herbs and milk with fruit, but I GOODLY remember who owe it to the fact that by the year 91, everything had disappeared from the shops and this was by no means Communists.
          You recall the words of Gavrila Popov, on the account of providing empty shelves in the state trade and having everything from the cooperators - "... otherwise we won’t shake the country ..", a familiar activity ... very familiar, like the Trotskyists at 30, in organizing the famine.
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            Familiar as the Trotskyists in 30, when organizing famine.

            Without permission from the Kremlin hell would they starve
        2. Uncle Joe 13 November 2015 13: 31 New
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          A sausage train in the 70s, you are not familiar?
          Sausage is a gourmet product along with caviar, which the damned commies turned into fast food!

          Is it the case of the United States, where a highly paid capitalist worker could once a month afford to bite sausages in a restaurant !!!

          A paste of duck or goose liver, which only cats ate, but the drunks they still had a snack ?!
          This is terrine from foie gras, served in the best French restaurants for grandmothers, and commies sold it in stores for a penny !!!

          That's what nonhumans !!!!! laughing
    2. dvg79 13 November 2015 08: 52 New
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      Put a plus for the facts, but I ask again, do not call the killers of the USSR Communists.
  11. Moore 13 November 2015 07: 46 New
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    The Russian army knew how to win, but did not know how to enjoy the fruits of their victories.
    A.A. Kersnovsky. “History of the Russian Army” (1935)

    I don’t know what the author of the dictum had in mind (the development of operational success in strategic?), But aren’t the tasks of politicians what he is talking about?
  12. Alex66 13 November 2015 07: 46 New
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    "... And in 1955 we got smarter, and you turned into five-year-olds."
    Yes, looking at our leaders with new gadgets, the feeling is exactly that. And what is especially disgusting Yeltsin with Clinton and Medvedev with an iPhone are phenomena of the same level.
  13. 3 Gorynych 13 November 2015 07: 52 New
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    The disavowing of the results of the 1945 Victory was primarily associated with the degradation of the ideology of the USSR in the form of "Marxism-Leninism."
    Generally minus, an article from 90g. everything is in a heap, written under the dictation of Western specialists. There were a lot of such articles during the collapse of the USSR, everything was lost, the plaster was removed ... etc.! I don’t know who needed to tidy up the old one in the form of a fresh air stream.! It seems that the situation began to get out of the control of the liberals, we are waiting for further Perlov!
  14. maikl50jrij 13 November 2015 07: 53 New
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    And what was that? "Victories and defeats of Russian civilization" ??? From the article, one conclusion is that everything is under state control! ! what
    1. Uncle Joe 13 November 2015 13: 34 New
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      From the article, one conclusion is that everything is under state control
      Which - socialist, capitalist, or feudal?
  15. 3 Gorynych 13 November 2015 07: 56 New
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    Quote: Babr
    Our entire economic system is almost completely copied from yours, with the only difference being that we have capitalism,
    And this is not only in Japan, but also 80% throughout the world, starting with G. Ford ...
  16. Mera joota 13 November 2015 08: 09 New
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    Creepy nonsense ...
    the formation of a new anti-Western ideology becomes vital

    Ask the Islamists, they know how.
    it is necessary to start a line on the total suppression of corruption, which is impossible without the suppression of the "shadow economy"

    But shaw, Putin is against?
    What, again, is impossible without the purification of this power from the representatives of the "fifth column"

    Putin or what?
    Therefore, it is also necessary as soon as possible and in relation to the conditions of our country to switch to a mixed economy model, which provided the PRC with a breakthrough to the top of the world economy

    Giving birth to a billion proletarians?
    Finally, emphasis should be placed on interaction with those countries that do not accept the order of Pax Americana, the “dollar empire”.

    Now only the DPRK remains, I think they will not refuse.
    All this must be done with maximum speed and completeness.

    Funny rhyme! Lopoto and Bormoto are another ...
  17. iliitchitch 13 November 2015 08: 17 New
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    Now much and often talk about the need for ideology. And this is obviously so. But the trouble is that ideology is not taken out of the blue and not developed in classrooms. For new generations, they have to suffer their new ideology. To suffer here is the main word.


    Paragraph 1 . God Bablos is not our God.
  18. Hardy 13 November 2015 08: 27 New
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    How many different reasons are coming up with why everything is so bad.
    Or maybe not engage in verbiage and call a spade a spade? Recognize that, starting with Khrushchev, the elite once again betrayed their people. Spit on the heroic past, obeyed the western rules of the game and started to pump oil for soldering ...
    1. Buffalo 13 November 2015 10: 33 New
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      Khrushchev was not just an enemy. He began a political career in Ukraine, in the ranks of the Trotskyists, participated in repressions, personally wrote lists of citizens to be destroyed. And after he tried in every possible way to hide his past, he was afraid of revelations, mimicked and adapted, changed partisanship and residence.
      No wonder it was said about his “thaw”: it melted and stank!
      He removed G.K.Zhukov and sent him to Odessa exile, removed him from power. He defiled the name of Stalin and returned the Trotskyist scum to power. With his assistance, Kaganovich, who personally blew up the Cathedral of Christ the Savior, with the words: “Let's cover the hem of Mother Russia!”, He lived to a very old age, continuing to crap.
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        He removed G.K.Zhukov and sent him to Odessa exile, removed him from power. He defiled the name of Stalin and returned the Trotskyist scum to power. With his assistance, Kaganovich, who personally blew up the Cathedral of Christ the Savior, with the words: “Let's cover the hem of Mother Russia!”, He lived to a very old age, continuing to crap.

        Horses mixed in a bunch, people ...
        Would you even learn a little history, or what?
  19. Gardamir 13 November 2015 08: 55 New
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    Lately, it seems to me that the current government took all the shortcomings of the Soviet Union, strengthened them and began to implement them. That All that was bad, that will be. a large military budget, privileges of power, self-sanctions added to this. If there are no fish in stores, then this is not evil Obama.
    1. Buffalo 13 November 2015 10: 14 New
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      I think lately

      - It is necessary to be baptized, if it seems!
      1. Gardamir 13 November 2015 13: 21 New
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        Need to be baptized, if it seems!
        You're right. I'm sure! By the way, I’ll add, rejoice the haters of the scoop will soon introduce cards, and the authorities never throw words into the wind, they said they would raise the retirement age and raise it. Now they are going to make paid medicine. and they’ll do it.
      2. Uncle Joe 13 November 2015 13: 36 New
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        Need to be baptized, if it seems!
        Get started.

        The Ministry of Finance introduced a program to promote paid services in healthcare. Free medical services will remain only for socially vulnerable groups and for certain diseases. Working citizens will be able to receive free medical care only temporarily and to a limited extent. The Ministry of Finance proposes to charge patients for calling an ambulance more than 4 times a year, more than 8 visits to therapists in clinics per year, after-hours service, and treatment by a highly qualified specialist ...
        The option of choosing a doctor’s qualification is also offered at an additional cost. For example, the service of a doctor of basic qualifications is free of charge, and if the patient wants to be treated not by a graduate of a medical institute, but by an experienced doctor of a certain qualification, an additional fee will have to be paid for this ...

        If the bed fund is considered insufficient by the Central Research Institute for Health Informatization, the Ministry of Finance proposes a further reduction in the number of beds. A decrease in the number of beds from 9,42 beds per 1000 population to 4,96 beds, which corresponds to the level of developed countries, will make it possible to reduce the cost of planned hospital care in the Russian Federation by 220,46 billion rubles ...

        As an employee of the Research Financial Institute of the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation commented: “In some countries there is no free call to a doctor at home.”

        http://ria-ami.ru/read/18941
  20. Neophyte 13 November 2015 08: 57 New
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    Russia was not lucky with the leaders after Stalin? Nikita, Lenya, the half-wit, Boriska-drunk
    , traitor-Gorbi! Den Xiao Ping was not found, although China’s example of a mixed economy could be adopted even then! All hope is only on Putin, Russia will certainly revive with him!
    1. Dry_T-50 13 November 2015 13: 59 New
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      Well, you went too far with Khrushchev, only with him the Soviet civilian industry could be compared qualitatively with the American, Andropov was also, but he died quickly. And so, Putin is Russia's last chance.
  21. xorgi 13 November 2015 09: 08 New
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    Sixth. Stupidity. The scientific leap of the 20-50s. created cadres who studied at school in the tsarist era or in the very first Soviet years, when training was often conducted inconsistently. As an example, Korolev and Kurchatov. So should we return to the royal education system? With Latin and "God save the king ..."? And what space will we have then? The Soviet school (as an educational rather than a social institution) began to take shape after the war. And before that there was such a mess, Fursenko will be envious. The author does not go into pedagogy with your own hands, since you don’t understand anything there!
  22. Reptiloid 13 November 2015 09: 25 New
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    Due to age, it is difficult to judge many things. I can only say that inheritance of posts, privileges is a very bad symptom. It is also bad that it is very difficult for young people, children if their parents have limited means for education. T.O. it will soon be seen that education inherits with privileges and capital. Some of the poor families --- there will be no chance at all. So what to return to the dashing 90s? After all, only in this way will the boys from poor families have the opportunity to improve their lives? .. and then --- they will die. As it was already in the 90s. But they could become someone else: the figures for Kazan are on the Web. It's just some kind of horror.
  23. cap
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    "Ghost" as he wandered around Europe and wanders. The latest events from Greece and further on the list speak about this unequivocally.
    The author does not bother to look through the old notes.
    Aspen in Russia is a common deciduous tree. It grows in waterlogged soil. It is growing rapidly. Truth in production is used to a limited extent due to the specificity of the wood structure. Export is unlimited. It is willingly acquired by China.
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      Ghost "as wandering through Europe and wanders.

      Verno. But you can influence him in order to put yourself in the service.
      But we will not influence it, because the majority of the idea of ​​socialism in Russia is reduced to Stalinism, with all the ensuing consequences
  24. Was mammoth 13 November 2015 09: 34 New
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    There are controversial points in the article for me, but in general there is a reason for thought.
    Our society is no less zombified than Ukrainian, only the vector is different. What logic can be opposed between Putin and Medvedev? It’s the same as opposing one half of the brain to the other. Yes, the Russian leadership is regaining its position in the world, strengthening the army. Which of us does not want this? Only the enemy. However, there is a second side to the coin. Who believes that the Russian Parliament is deciding something? Why are our protests actually put on the brink of a ban? Why aren't there real opposition leaders? Well, not Zyuganov and Zhirinovsky? You don’t have to go far for examples. Those truckers. The organizer has already been fined, but could have been sentenced. Why do the laws and decisions of the government disavow the imperfect, but the Constitution of Russia? Is this the path to rebirth?
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      Quote: Was Mammoth
      Who believes that the Russian Parliament is deciding something?

      Quote: Was Mammoth
      What logic can be opposed to Putin and Medvedev?

      And what does Medvedev decide, did not think?
      You seem to have a short memory! Remind me?
      For example, the beginning of the war with Georgia. For several days, Medvedev did nothing at all! And who broke the contract with Iran for the supply of the S-300, which was reanimated today?
      If Medvedev were at the helm, today we would come back to the beginning of the 90s, but we could, where worse!
      1. Was mammoth 13 November 2015 10: 19 New
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        And what does Medvedev decide, did not think?

        I did not write about Medvedev’s personal qualities. About his "role in history" wink I wrote that this is one team. And Putin and Medvedev have one goal. Otherwise, we would not know anything about Medvedev. And they would forget about many of the leaders of the current government as a nightmare.
  25. Buffalo 13 November 2015 10: 00 New
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    Having entered into a confrontation with the West, Putin will inevitably act as Stalin did.
    Please note that he refused a trip to Manila, to the Philippines and sent Medvedev instead. After it became known that the United States included Putin in the list of persons subject to physical destruction, this is very reasonable. The fact of the murder of Mikhail Lesin, Putin’s personal envoy to the United States, confirms this. Stalin also did not favor trips abroad.
    Putin began the fight against the "fifth column" inside the country, and began to cleanse the authorities of corrupt officials. On the recommendation of Glazyev, he launched a printing press to increase the amount of cash rubles in circulation. This is extremely important! The cash shortage hindered the development of the domestic economy, since the colonization of Russia, with the help of the dollar. Having rid himself of dollar slavery, Putin will return sovereignty to Russia and provide an opportunity for accelerated industrial growth.
    The next step is the change of the constitution, dictated by the advisers of the United States, and, possibly, the nationalization of the oil and gas industry, the country's transition to a mobilization economy.
  26. satris 13 November 2015 10: 12 New
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    Put the seventh first - and everything will fall into place. The rest are consequences.
    1. Buffalo 13 November 2015 11: 09 New
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      In the presence of the current Duma, a change of constitution seems problematic.
  27. Basil50 13 November 2015 11: 03 New
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    The whole * Western * ideology is the ideology of savages, only * batons * of savages are modernized. Savages need slaves and abilities to satisfy their needs. To achieve their goals, they buy and blackmail anyone who does not agree, that simply disappears or suddenly finds itself on a bunk. Our * democrats and liberals *, without exception, serve the interests of foreign curators, like the Nazis of all stripes and nationalities. The company of ideologists of Western values ​​is very interesting and covers almost all perverts and traitors. They need these * values ​​* to justify their own inferiority, in the pack and with the leader you can create any meanness and get support from the same.
  28. mikh-korsakov 13 November 2015 11: 18 New
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    A little off topic. The Central Bank issues a 100 ruble note depicting the Crimean landscape. What to do orthodox x.ohl. received such a bill? By all accounts, an orthodox hokhol should run to the Maidan and burn this bill under the lenses of television cameras. But for some reason it seems to me that the faithful h.okhol will run on a color copier and ... Well then, everyone understands. Another option: h.okhol - round d.urak. And he decided to really burn it. then I would recommend the Central Bank to issue a bill with Crimean landscapes of 5000 r. I wish he had tormented himself.
  29. Support 13 November 2015 11: 28 New
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    Khrushchev's enemy, other enemies ...... And today? You can think of today's Legislators, Performers and oligarchs, coupled with hucksters, such cuties. They don’t sleep right, they eat badly and poop because of the thoughts about the people and the country. Yes, they sleep and see when most die and it will be possible to calmly steer as you want. And why, the Army and the cops (pents) are fed more or less good salaries and benefits. And the rest? It turns out that fish costs us very cheaply, it should cost like meat (Dvorkovich’s words), it’s time to raise the retirement age because life has become better, life has become happier (Medvedev), prices for fuel and lubricants are increasing MONTHLY and, as a result, for foodstuffs, essential goods, medicines (I will not say anything about free medicine. Who saw it? Au?), now they are going to cancel the reduced fare (every 2 years at the expense of the state) from the Far North (this means the Far East is completely depopulated). And education? And tariffs in the housing and communal services? And someone will tell me that Russian civilization has a future? Developing in the military sphere and riveting military equipment is good, but the people have nothing to do with it at all. This does not feed us, on the contrary. And when the head of the Khazpron makes KU with his monthly income, I want to take something and do something. (These self-righteous physiognomies were already just gotten - everyone knows the "Secrets" and everything seems to be normal.) It is they who, at our expense, they are preparing for themselves to defend their inheritances when the World squabbles for Resources, all kinds of Resources begin. Not like now - showdowns in small things, but in large numbers - when the Russians die out well ...... I see everything so ..... and the percentage of youth unemployment? They are our future, the future of Russia, and they are like kicks like puppies .... So does anyone need Russia other than Us?
  30. MATROSKIN-53 13 November 2015 11: 43 New
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    Article. Exactly! The author is biased towards Russia. Apparently written to order. How many of these pseudo-researchers and political scientists are there now ?! Like in Israel gynecologists and dentists ... Read such scribblers - do not respect yourself.
  31. Travian 13 November 2015 14: 26 New
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    An example of a Coca-Cola recipe is unsuccessful and not applicable in international relations. There is international law (UN), interstate agreements that are written on paper and are not a secret, and it’s quite realistic to demand their fulfillment or at least point to them (for example, in Syria). Whether they will be fulfilled or not depends on strength and power. the one who demands their implementation (the right to sovereignty, the right to self-determination, the principle of non-interference). It follows that we need to be strong in all respects in order to influence the world. With this, you can only rely on yourself. No alliances will help us. Many will join us, it will join when they see our strength. But we will be strong, this is a question for each of us.
  32. sgapich 13 November 2015 15: 10 New
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    Every year more and more information appears about our present past: about Great Tartaria - "Grand Tartaria". So, this Power-Tartaria of the Slavic-Aryans before baptism occupied 75-80% of all Eurasia and the western coast of North and South America. Forget about Alaska and the California coast squandered under Catherine II. The network has a lot of documents testifying to this data.

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    The Power-Tartaria Slavic-Aryan before baptism occupied 75-80% of all Eurasia

    Does it bother you that the only mention of tartaria is a map in the British Museum, and not a single document about this in Russia itself? I think that before the baptism of Russia, there was no power but there were scattered tribes, Slavs, Krivichi, Drevlyans, etc. the most developed were the Slavs, who crushed all the others under themselves. And we discovered Alaska with California much later, only in 1760.

    But doesn’t it bother anyone that Catherine II had nothing to do with the sale of Alaska at all? (for quite objective reasons - she died 60 years before the sale).
  33. chunga-changa 13 November 2015 17: 41 New
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    The Russian army knew how to win, but did not know how to enjoy the fruits of their victories.

    Some nonsense. The army defeated and made perfect use of the fruits of its victory. Only the mediocre “politicians” and the “leadership of the country” had problems. These yes, they liked to play around, cheeks to inflate - "we oh-hoo", then their opponents and allies - "for the forelock and the stall."