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By the second anniversary of the Bandera coup

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When Euromaidan, the oldest American analyst, former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, was burning black fire from automobile tires in February 2014, said in an interview with CNN: "Vladimir Putin sees in the events in Ukraine a dress rehearsal of what we would like to do in Moscow."


He was right, in Moscow, and in general in Russia, everyone understood this, from the bottom up. Therefore, the Maidan in Russia has become impossible, so the rating of President Vladimir Putin, who personified, including Antimaydan, soared up at an unimaginable height.

We will never forgive Bandera neo-Nazis, and we will not forget the provocative role of Washington, however, there is no evil without good: their Kiev pogrom became a vivid lesson and a warning to Russia.

Kiev Maidan became a litmus test for all of our own “banderlogov”, he put a sort of Bandera stamp on all Makarevich and Shenderovichi. Before that, they were just belolentochniki, and after Kiev Maidan they became accomplices of Bandera neo-Nazis - feel the difference! Moreover, a part of the Russian ultranationalists suddenly showed a Bandera grin in the Azov and Aidar regions in the Donbas who had risen against the neo-Nazis!

Today it becomes clear that 22 February 2014 of the year in Kiev on Euromaidan started the Third World War, the United States and its closest satellites against Russia, in a hybrid form, because the atomic weapon makes a hot military conflict between the US and Russia suicidal. Only for this reason ... Although, there are strategists in Washington who are ready to take the risk of a heated military conflict. They are building a missile defense system and reasoning publicly about a possible lightning-fast global strike against Russia.

As in the 1941 year, the enemy suddenly attacked, took advantage of an insignificant, in general, excuse, just a delay by President Yanukovych of the Euro-Association of Ukraine, and made a coup in Kiev, brought pro-American puppets to power. In fact, the United States, capturing Ukraine in a hybrid form, repeated Hitler’s success in 1941, and turned it into his colony and foothold. The euphemism "external control of Ukraine", which is used by political scientists, is just the politically correct name of the colony.

However, the struggle for Ukraine did not end there; it became a battleground when, in response to the neo-Nazi "revolution of dignity", the Russian spring flourished in the South-East of Ukraine. Then Russia successfully counterattacked the United States in the Crimea and the Donbas.

Today, Washington supports Bandera only as an anti-Russian government, and it is held thanks to its support. Jeffrey Payette, the US ambassador in Kyiv, recently had the folly of saying this publicly on the Prime Time program on the Ukrainian First National Channel: “Kharkiv and Odessa will never return to Russia — Ukraine has already“ defeated Vladimir Putin. ”

Payette gives out for the "victory" success in the first battle, but it has happened before. In fact, the hybrid world war is just beginning; in the 2016 year we will see its next stage. The financial and economic problems of the United States are becoming aggravated, and therefore the desire to write them off to world war is becoming more and more tempting for "world elites." Unfortunately, the negative scenario of the growth of a hybrid war in the world is more likely.

Probably, it will start with the fact that the Minsk agreements will fall, one way or another, it is unclear only when? Another question: how will the celebration of the second anniversary of the coup in Kiev 22 of February end, that is, what final form will the Bandera regime in Ukraine take? Will President Poroshenko sweep away the second stage of the neo-Nazi “revolution of dignity” that ideological Bandera talk about, or will Poroshenko be able to push through his own “non-ideological” dictatorship by clearing out all Bandera Forester activists? This will be the famous Rubicon, the transition through which will take place in less than two months ...

In general, there are no coincidences of such magnitude as the victory of the neo-Nazi revolution in Kiev and the establishment of US colonial rule in Ukraine. For example, the Second World War could have taken a different, more sinister character, if Russia-the USSR had resisted, on the whole, on the borders in 1941 the year after Hitler’s strike, and there would have been no retreat to Moscow itself.

Then the anti-Hitler coalition might not have formed, on the contrary, the United States and England would most likely have sided with Hitler against the "Stalinist aggression" that threatened a "civilized Europe." This conclusion comes in later discussions about the course of the war A.A. Zinoviev, a Soviet dissident philosopher who fought in the Great Patriotic War on a flying tank "IL-2."



Similarly, if Russia had firmly responded to the coup in Kiev in 2014, sent troops to Ukraine, today there would be a tough confrontation with the collective West. Without responding toughly on Bandera’s seizure with the support of the United States to most of Ukraine, Russia maintained a balance in the world, and with this the possibility of creating an anti-American coalition.

Rather, coalitions against the elite group of American neo-cons who were neo-Trotskyists, today led by H. Clinton, using America’s power to establish their domination in the world by inciting the World permanent and pro-communist revolution according to the recipes of Leon Trotsky. Under the guise of the spread of democracy in the world. It is not by chance that the White House is called the Washington Regional Committee! Here, an ally of Vladimir Putin is US presidential candidate Donald Trump, and the part of the nationally oriented American ruling class behind him who does not want to throw America into the furnace of the world permanent revolution.

Judging by the New Year's statements of Moscow, which calmly reacted to the energy blockade of the Crimea, which supported the prolongation of the Minsk agreements, its strategy towards Ukraine at the beginning of the 2016 year remains the same. It was expressed earlier by Vladimir Putin: there will be no war with Ukraine. Moscow continues to bet that the colonial Bandera-American regime will collapse under its own weight. Bandera Krajina must, on her own Svidomo skin, feel all the delights of an Euro-association ...
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  1. WE ARE MAKING
    WE ARE MAKING 5 January 2016 07: 45
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    In Ukraine, the Bandera regime may collapse ... the main thing is that we would have the strength to test a weak economy and bureaucratic thieves.
    1. hrych
      hrych 5 January 2016 08: 53
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      We are not watching the news at all? The country, as it were, under severe economic sanctions, will soon be the second year. And what did the economy feel to shreds? Obama said so. The indexation of pensions and salaries to state employees was frozen, and the prices for NEW BMWs have risen even more. What is not clear already that the economy is stable and even a mobilization option has not yet been applied. There are huge reserves. But what about the news about the full US oil donor, who dumped their oil on the market, at least to keep the price low. And the news is that for pork in the Russian Federation it has become independent of imports, for beef dependence has decreased by as much as 40%, and for poultry farming they have reached export positions. But nuclear powered ships are only building up. Or where? Look at the deeds, not the talk of liberals and enemies. Yes, corruption, go to Sicily it is not, but our economy is not weak, no matter how anyone would like.
      1. Phantom Revolution
        Phantom Revolution 5 January 2016 09: 25
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        Quote: hrych
        We don’t watch the news at all? The country, as it were, under severe economic sanctions, will soon be the second year. And what did the economy feel to shreds? Obama said so.

        Well, Obama partially screwed up, the fact is that large enterprises took out debts in dollars (because for some reason the state does not want to issue cheap ruble loans) and because of the jump in the exchange rate, the debt in rubles doubled. Now there are reductions at many enterprises to "optimize" production. So the sanctions are doing their part.
        1. EvgNik
          EvgNik 5 January 2016 10: 29
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          Quote: Phantom Revolution
          So sanctions partially do their job

          Our grief economists and bankers, who are very much dependent on the West, do not partially help in this.
          1. tank64rus
            tank64rus 5 January 2016 12: 10
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            And it’s true, for a long time those who manage the economy are picking their nose and making forecasts in the spirit of waiting for oil prices, and not making their industrial economy — they have to drive them away from you for a long time.
            1. varov14
              varov14 5 January 2016 21: 26
              +1
              I'm afraid the role of the guarantor in the near future will surprise us in all this "gimmick" and disappoint us.
              1. biznaw
                biznaw 6 January 2016 15: 00
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                Quote: varov14
                I'm afraid the role of the guarantor in the near future will surprise us in all this "gimmick" and disappoint us.


                No surprise. The ignorance of the guarantor and his officials in the economy has long been evident. The boobies themselves spread the rake everywhere claiming that this is the work of the fifth column.
                That way, by the end of the term, half of the citizens will be added to the fifth column. The second half is official deputies and members of their families.
                1. ver_
                  ver_ 7 January 2016 09: 35
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                  ... yes, your fuck at the baptist-savior and his deputy -Malanka, Palanka, Christ the God of the copper mother .. But what about the liberals-they all already got their laurels Yaroslavna ..
                  1. spy008
                    spy008 7 January 2016 16: 15
                    +2
                    For liberal it would be possible to put a plus, and for everything else - a huge minus!
                    Indeed, today is the Nativity of Christ - with the Feast of You! Peace to your soul.
                    From SW. hi
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        2. Grbear
          Grbear 5 January 2016 11: 11
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          Quote: Phantom Revolution
          Quote: hrych
          We don’t watch the news at all? The country, as it were, under severe economic sanctions, will soon be the second year. And what did the economy feel to shreds? Obama said so.

          Well, Obama has partially failed, the fact is that large enterprises took debts in dollars (because for some reason the state does not want to issue cheap ruble loans) and due to the jump in the exchange rate, the debt in rubles has doubled. Now there are reductions at many enterprises to "optimize" production. So the sanctions are doing their part.

          Didn't you ask yourself why? On debt - for the purchase of imported raw materials, for an increase in turnover (the creation of "parachutes") and, quite a bit, for "playing" on the stock exchange. Where is the development of production?
          The sanctions have only demonstrated our "elite" addiction and thirst for "easy" money and nothing more. To this should be added the "development" of the management system (managers) and the quality of education of technical personnel at all levels. In short, an ordinary systemic crisis ...
          1. hrych
            hrych 6 January 2016 00: 58
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            Quote: GrBear
            Where is the development of production?
            I think there are no complaints about the military-industrial complex and that there is the most, the most science-intensive production, about Borei, Yarsy, Su-34, S-400, etc., and so on, we do not speak. However, we take civic topics - nuclear icebreakers, nuclear power plants, both here and abroad (Iran), which were set up in Sochi, a fantastic airport and a railway station are one, but tunnels and roads are already of strategic importance, Chita-Khabarovsk highway, The BAM was completed, Vladivostok was connected with a bridge, a bridge was built to the Russky Island - they tried to do this even under Tsar-Father, then the Bolsheviks were puffed up for 70 years, and You-Know-Who did it in less than 15 years. About agricultural production - the result is obvious. Is this a crisis? Now let's remember the EBN and in what state the economy was by 2000, apparently there was not a crisis.
            1. Signore Tomato
              Signore Tomato 7 January 2016 09: 19
              +3
              Most likely, the economy is more or less afloat now due to the fact that they have thrown off the yoke in the form of all sorts of lazy Balts, horses and Asian "republics".
      2. T-73
        T-73 5 January 2016 10: 49
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        But we don’t throw caps either, yes, there are no mobilization measures, but it’s not necessary either. Indexing of pensions is also needed, or have prices remained the same? Yes, we are not starving, what to tweak the soul. I didn’t go to Turkey, I like Crimea more.
        Quote: hrych
        But nuclear powered ships are only building up. Or where?

        I will say more - soon we will restore the atomic lighter (the only one in the world!) in Murmansk, it will be like new, this Gromozeka will also go!
      3. Stilet
        Stilet 5 January 2016 11: 16
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        Yes, yes, yes ... And you won’t get a job anywhere, and they want to raise the retirement age. And technology and machine tools are 20 years behind. Around some shops and shopping centers. I did not hear something in the news about the opening of factories or, for example, about tax cuts. The exam was introduced in a Western manner, although everyone can see that this is the wrong training scheme. Free education and medicine only on paper. And the rest ... everything is fine, everything is fine!
        1. fennekRUS
          fennekRUS 5 January 2016 13: 15
          +6
          Quote: Stilet
          I did not hear something in the news about the opening of factories

          not see the news there. http://www.innoros.ru/infrastruktura/industrialnye-parki/maslovskii
          40 percent is already working, the rest are actively being completed
          1. fennekRUS
            fennekRUS 6 January 2016 18: 20
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            oh, zaminusili!)))) I will go by-specially take a picture of the new industrial zone, for the wicked
          2. syndicalist
            syndicalist 6 January 2016 21: 54
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            Quote: fennekRUS
            40 percent is already working, the rest are actively being completed
            Apparently I and all my friends work at other percentages.
        2. 97110
          97110 6 January 2016 23: 15
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          Quote: Stilet
          And technology and machine tools are 20 years behind.

          In 1970, at his native plant in the mechanical plant there was a vertical drilling German from 1918. and boring Englishman 1932 How many years were you behind? I wonder why everyone and everywhere wrote about Alla Borisovna's weight loss, but no one wrote about the launch of new turkey poults, factories of building materials and logistics centers? I drove from Rostov to the north along the left bank, drove into a traffic jam near the Pyaterochka complex. I drove to the right - I did it right near the Mines "Magnet", a herd of trucks was treading on the side of the road. Turkey poults hide behind the plantings, but more and more ozonize the air every year. Trifle? Compared to the new AB waist, it's certainly a trifle. But for us, far from AB, the smell of turkey droppings is more pleasant. This is only visible with an unarmed eye, from a car with an open window. You like to moan - it's your choice. Save your health, find reasons to be proud of your Motherland. Despondency is a sin.
      4. mihasik
        mihasik 5 January 2016 13: 34
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        Quote: hrych
        Indexes of pensions and salaries to state employees froze, and prices for NEW BMWs have risen even higher

        Are these all your interests that all your attention has turned to?
        Prices have risen for everything, in the ratio of interest rates from 10% to 150%! You didn’t try to collect a child for school on September XNUMX at current prices, you are our optimist ?! There are banks offering loans to collect a child for school! What's this? But just in relation to salaries, a similar increase in percentage is not observed. That is what? That is, the population began to live worse on the same percentage of price increases!
        but our economy is not weak, no matter how anyone wants

        If so, then why did people begin to live worse? Do not find any contradictions in this? If the State is socially oriented, and with the economy we have (according to your version, everything is in Azhur), then the people according to your version should live better. Why doesn’t this happen?)
        There are huge reserves.

        In continuation of the foregoing.
        If we have everything with our economy and have “huge” (compared to which country?) Reserves, then why did our Government collapse the ruble by 100%?
        Based on your statements, it turns out that our Government is capable of nothing but robbing our own population, making up for lost income from the sale of oil, with rising prices! And well, if this happened in the USSR, where the vast majority of the country's population was equal in welfare. If you experienced difficulties, then all together! And now? And now it turns out let the suckers survive the difficulties? Where is the promised control of the Prosecutor's Office of the Russian Federation over the price increase announced by our Government at the beginning of the collapse of the ruble? Where are the demonstration landings? Huh?
        And all this should inspire optimism ?!)
        And now, everyone who is not ready to support the inflationary rubles pumping of the State Corporation, which, by the way, according to Mr. Medvedev, we do not have, but there are joint-stock companies with state participation, you call enemies and liberals?) How is Chubais doing at the corporate party? Have we got a lot of money? This is what you call "our economy is not weak" or maybe the Prime Minister of the Russian Federation has heard enough, who said that there is no crisis in the country ?! Then you still need to figure out who is the enemy and to whom.
        1. 72jora72
          72jora72 5 January 2016 16: 52
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          If so, then why did people begin to live worse? Do not find any contradictions in this? If the State is socially oriented, and with the economy we have (according to your version, everything is in Azhur), then the people according to your version should live better. Why doesn’t this happen?)
          How did you all quickly forget the 90 years and the EBN period ....
          1. NIKNN
            NIKNN 5 January 2016 18: 46
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            US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger said in an interview with CNN: "Vladimir Putin sees in the events in Ukraine a dress rehearsal of what we would like to do in Moscow."


            Something I did not understand. What rehearsal? They did the Swamp, that the roof moved down from failure? belay
          2. mihasik
            mihasik 6 January 2016 02: 39
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            Quote: 72jora72
            How did you all quickly forget the 90 years and the EBN period ..

            Why did you forget?
            We remember 1998/2008/2014 very well. Judging by the dates of the "ripped off" of the population by the devaluation of the national currency and inflation controlled by the Government in its own interests, continues with an enviable periodicity, only the truth is that the periods began to decrease between "crises". The next one was supposed to be in 2018, not 2014.
            These "crises" suggest the analogy of "skimming the cream" every ten years, from a population covered in "fat".
            Better not start about the 90s, otherwise you will have to remember who rode in Moscow in 91 on Yeltsin's "Maidan", for "Freedom and Democracy" in the American way, destroyed monuments and renamed streets giving names to dissidents and traitors. Who brought that mrazota with his races, which then ruled the country! Maybe Ukrainian migrant workers did it?)
            1. 72jora72
              72jora72 6 January 2016 11: 17
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              Who brought with his jumps that scum that then ruled the country! Maybe this was done by Ukrainian migrant migrant workers?)
              Where were you at that time?
            2. igortyson
              igortyson 7 January 2016 11: 01
              +3
              You wrote about the removal of cream very accurately. Controlled crisis. Every time, periodically. A performance for suckers with different dressings and different artists around the world, under the guise of protection against some kind of external threat, to distract attention from internal problems.
          3. cuzmin.mihail2013
            cuzmin.mihail2013 7 January 2016 02: 43
            +1
            Nobody forgets the 90s, EBN is not forgotten (even the Center named after him was recently built), but it does not follow from this that the development of the economy and industry should stop as soon as the horizons are reached.
            In the USSR, the planning method decided to develop the branches of the national economy. At the same time, the development of industries was envisaged as related. Before losing consciousness, one can argue about the effectiveness of a planned economy. But, when it comes to "industrialization" 20-30gg. - Amateurs to argue are becoming less.
            Now in the country, thanks to the 90s, 2000s, and the current industry, to put it mildly, it does not meet international standards. This can’t be fixed by investments by private investors. They cannot allow the development of complex high-tech industries. Unfortunately, the government does not see this. Although, in my opinion, we should have already realized what history teaches us, and not the HSE Gaidar.
        2. hrych
          hrych 6 January 2016 01: 30
          +8
          Quote: mihasik
          why then did our government collapse the ruble by 100%?

          The country needs import substitution in order to stop dependence on imports, that is, not to send hard-earned loot and proceeds from the sale of mineral resources to foreign producers over the hill, but to leave them in the country and raise their producer. How to rise to your producer, when the Chinese are ready to work for 15 hours for a cup of rice, the Germans and Japanese have the auto industry for continuous innovation, the model range is updated in a couple of years, etc., etc. All of you are patriots when it comes to words, but ask you to take domestic, no, we have built a consumer society, give us the best consumer goods. You will never let (me and myself), of your own accord, rise ours, you will take better quality imported, i.e. send loot over the hill, stimulating and developing the economy of enemies. So this currency collapse, so that you could not afford became the homeland for imported trinkets to sell... It's not for nothing that you raised this topic here with currency, etc. When the kids on boxes in besieged Leningrad plowed and ate at the machine tool, you know what, apparently they thought about the exchange rate and gadgets. They said beautifully about the collection of the child to school, however, it is time to understand that there is a war of destruction and no matter how you have to collect the child to the front, it will be more expensive and you will have to pay in blood. Rejoice that the helmsman is wise and adds (returns) territories with a little blood, and to pay for the future of children and the entire ethnic group, while you tighten your belt a little, but you will have to use domestic goods, which are inferior in quality so far. Until they were forced by a strong-willed decision, they would go to Turkey and go on vacation, giving their hard-earned loot to the worst enemies, for which they took planes and tanks ("Natasha" are lousy) ... I apologize for the harshness, but I'm not interested in the decrease in consumer ability population on the currency basket on the eve of the exchange of nuclear missile strikes. I know that food security is ensured in the country and the Armed Forces are normal, and the rest is nonsense.
          1. mihasik
            mihasik 6 January 2016 03: 38
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            Quote: hrych
            All of you are patriots when it comes to words, but ask you to take Russian, no, we have built a consumer society, give us the best consumer goods

            But you said it to the point!
            I used to take domestic, but now - which is cheaper! I take the Belarusian-quality is excellent and the price is divine, in comparison with the "domestic" ones!
            As soon as the ruble collapsed and counter-sanctions were introduced, our "dear" producers inflated prices according to the ruble-dollar exchange rate, ie 100%! Although the raw materials are domestic, the workers are not discharged from Europe either! As one of our large agricultural producers (I don’t remember the name) said in an interview on Vesti 24: “Why should I lower the price of the product? There are no competitors, but there is demand!” You call THIS "import substitution?)))
            This is called the simple word "Abuse"! And the State is profitable, and it encourages it by its actions, as it increases deductions and money turnover in conditions of low oil prices!
            They said beautifully about collecting a child for school, however, it was time to get the word that there was a war of extermination and that no matter how you had to collect the child to the front, it would be more expensive and you would have to pay with blood

            Oh how! About the blood of a child and war, it is strongly said! But what about your slogan about a "strong economy" and, in general, everything is "good for us"?) You have already decided! Maybe you will send your fiery speech to the Government of the Russian Federation, otherwise they have no crisis, let alone war!) Maybe they don't know there?)
            Yes! And at the same time, you might ask: "And what did they kiss with the West for 15 years and where was this" import substitution "all this time?) What was in the way? Their adopted rules in the WTO, which they were striving for? Then what, they did not understand what all this Western WTO could turn into, I emphasize: specifically for Russia? And now, when they were "snotty" and everything was "imposed" on the WTO rules, they remembered import substitution ?!) Couldn't imagine that the "democratic and civilized" West could be so "cool"?
            When you rush with slogans, before that look for a causal relationship to the events.
            And if you mention, as an abusive and squeamish word: "liberal", do not forget that the President of Russia, Mr. Putin, refers himself to them. Or don't you follow his performances?
            1. hrych
              hrych 6 January 2016 09: 24
              10
              Stop scratching about the terrible expenses of collecting a child for school. He goes to the ruble school or goes to the Sarbon. That there are textbooks, notebooks and a suit, what is the problem there, I'm afraid you spend more on smoking. Or scratch, like nulliparous soldiers' mothers.
              Quote: mihasik
              And what did they kiss with the West for 15 years, and where was this "import substitution" all this time?) What was in the way?

              After the fall of the country, there was an occupation, only you felt it in the form of gangster chaos (I’m only afraid that you weren’t born yet or walked unconscious because anyone who remembers EBN appreciates GDP unambiguously), and your savings were taken away, plus you took deposits and factories, strategic production weapons destroyed, the posts of Minister of Defense, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Prime Minister claimed the State Department. And so that the people do not rock the boat, parting with the bowels, the people are planted on imports in consumer goods and grub primarily. There was no use of weapons of mass destruction, by cutting out the civilian population a couple of hundred thousand could be killed no more, and there the executioners were going crazy, etc., however, first of all, the Anglo-Saxons had already worked out the mechanism of creating artificial hunger when tens of millions of people were destroyed, it was like that in Bengal, it was like that in the USA, it was like that with the extermination of Russians (Volga region). We continue, the country was sentenced to dependence on food, and money from the labor of slaves and the sale of mineral resources was sent back for grub and the economy of the West. Moreover, a bloody war was going on in the Caucasus, and the Kazan and Ufa khans looked at how the matter would end in order to break the RF completely. Rypsya people and hunger with chaos. Since 2000, and more precisely, only by the second term of government, they began to politically get out of external control, began to rivet the weapons, and only when they riveted Yars and Mace, showed their teeth, and work in agriculture was carried out in parallel.
              Quote: mihasik
              (I can't remember his last name) in an interview on Vesti 24: "Why should I lower the price of a product? There are no competitors, but there is demand!" You call THIS "import substitution?)

              Here, remember the name then we'll talk. But many people remember Bush’s legs, and now I repeat, they went for export by poultry, went to self-sufficiency in pork, self-sufficiency remained in beef for a year, self-sufficiency in sugar, grain has long been among the leading Russian exporters (by the way, the USSR until the end of its from the beginning, millet was bought from enemies). This is import substitution, and while someone scratched his tongue, someone did it. And if BMW, like the buck with the euro doubled in price, pork, as it cost 300 rubles, is worth it and there is nothing to be said. Yes, and the same BMWs are now being assembled in Russia, both Renault and Mitsubishi, not to mention all sorts of Korean Kia and others. The prices for them have not doubled, but a couple of hundred thousand (I'm talking about a car like a crossover, i.e. not the cheapest) but import in its pure form from the car stalls was completely blown away. As the saying goes, it's time to eye. You have mysticism, but we have statistics.
              1. hrych
                hrych 6 January 2016 09: 40
                +5
                I’m just looking at RBC that the export of our agricultural products is one third more than our arms export, and we are the second exporters in arms. Here is the import substitution ...
          2. demos1111
            demos1111 6 January 2016 13: 20
            +4
            I fully support you. Give your comment to the Belarusians to read, they’ll call us a fool. How many do not give them subsidies, everyone will melt to the west. You read their comments about Vesta, they probably would have been better if AvtoVAZ was something like a maz, in economic terms, worked at a warehouse, three years in advance.
        3. demos1111
          demos1111 6 January 2016 13: 12
          +4
          The ruble collapsed; they didn’t want to step on the same rake that they had under Gaidar. Yes, those people who are accustomed to import, howled in the conditions of a cheap ruble, those who took the domestic one suffered less.
          The fact that life has become worse, is understandable, we are actually in a state of war (economic). In 41, millions have already died. Nevertheless, I consider the economic condition of Russia to be the best of any country from the former USSR, no matter where this country is, or rather, the republic is located. All problems are due to the fact that they cut off from Western loans, and the old ones need to be returned.
      5. Pilat2009
        Pilat2009 5 January 2016 22: 25
        +3
        Quote: hrych
        And what did the economy feel to shreds?

        Actually, yes. Things are not brilliant. Not deadly but unpleasant. We will not die of hunger, and industry will stretch for some time on old equipment, but it’s a fact that it’s harder for the population
      6. WE ARE MAKING
        WE ARE MAKING 6 January 2016 17: 32
        +1
        My friend, there is truth in your words ... But there is such a truth (in St. Petersburg):
        I lost my job due to reduction after the crisis; Food products increased in price significantly - bread instead of 30 rubles. became 55; sunflower oil instead of 50r. it became 85-100 liters; pork was from 150r. became from 200r. (G. itself); rice was 40r. became 60r .; butter was from 45 to 60; chicken increased by 30%; the tea that was taken was 180 rubles. for 200pack now 250 and so on ...
        So the less you earn the harder you hit.
        So it’s not so good, to say the least.
        1. hrych
          hrych 6 January 2016 19: 00
          +3
          But no one says that everything is fine, and we are waging war in the Bloc of the East and in the Donbass, but under the yoke of sanctions we have not broken down. And yet industrialization went through fire on the Russian world order, but thanks to it we survived in 1941, and then in the arms race, for if you didn’t make the nuclear charge and delivery vehicle on time, then we would have to go, and the first satellite and Gagarin would be a bonus at that time , now space is crammed with positioning, tracking, communication systems, etc. Now import substitution has also burdened the people, but this in terms of deprivation is incommensurable with industrialization, collectivization, restructuring and overloading (the last joke, although the purpose of the reboot was again disgusting to our side) ... Moreover, the goal is good and is obliged to give a go to the domestic producer and give new jobs, and ultimately increase the purchasing power of the population, in addition to the high-profile tasks of the country's food security.
    2. Andrey Petrov47
      Andrey Petrov47 6 January 2016 02: 12
      0
      It is more correct to say Zhidobandera ...
  2. Kos_kalinki9
    Kos_kalinki9 5 January 2016 07: 54
    24
    Bandera Krajina should feel in her own Svidomo skin all the charms of Euro-association ...

    And at the same time:
    Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Kozak said that gas from Russia began to flow into the Ukrainian Genichesk, whose mayor had previously turned to Moscow with a request for supply in connection with the cold. "The order of Russian President Vladimir Putin has been fulfilled, gas has begun to flow from the territory of Crimea to the Genic district of the Kherson region of Ukraine," RIA Novosti quoted Kozak as saying.

    Of course I understand, people are sorry. But the question arises, where were the people of the Kherson region when they blew up power lines in the Crimea?
    With this formulation of the question, oh and for a long time they will not feel the "charm of European integration."
    1. Same lech
      Same lech 5 January 2016 08: 06
      16
      With this formulation of the question, oh and for a long time they will not feel the "charm of European integration."


      That's right ... it's a two-edged sword and if you bend it with

      these guys will sit on our neck .... here I categorically disagree with the KREMLIN policy ... you need to think about your grandparents, children with women, including those who suffer in the Donbass and LNR from the actions of the Kiev authorities, they are spiritually closer to me than those who jump with screams
      who is not with us that Muscovite
      and at the same time still requires help from the KREMLIN ... hypocrites.
      1. Kos_kalinki9
        Kos_kalinki9 5 January 2016 08: 18
        10
        Wait, they will soon say that we took gas from this pipe to the Crimea. Therefore, the pressure dropped. I won’t be surprised if it will be voiced by the dignitaries.
        1. Lelek
          Lelek 5 January 2016 11: 56
          +1
          Quote: Kos_kalinki9
          Wait, they will soon say that we took gas from this pipe to the Crimea. Therefore, the pressure dropped. I won’t be surprised if it will be voiced by the dignitaries.


          Guys, stop whining. EVERYTHING WILL BE FINE. BREAKTHROUGH. bully

          Off topic. Stumbled upon the statements of Microsoft and Google:
          (cry.)
          1. gladcu2
            gladcu2 5 January 2016 18: 56
            +1
            Lelek

            Marketers ...

            Take Microsoft products for free, the first upgrade is free, well, almost ...

            Have you seen the World of Tanks label? Colleagues...
          2. Victor-M
            Victor-M 7 January 2016 03: 14
            0
            And it will probably be so, and no other way.
        2. Alexy
          Alexy 5 January 2016 12: 12
          0
          They have already said something similar. Google Ukrosayt
      2. DenZ
        DenZ 5 January 2016 09: 24
        +4
        ... you need to think about your grandparents, children with women, including those who suffer in the Donbass and the LPR from the actions of the Kiev authorities, they are spiritually closer to me than those who jump with yells

        And who doesn't think about grandparents? Were there not enough humconvoys in Donbass? For the 4th dozen passed. Or do you want to personally come to each old man to come, so ours will not do it, for this, the LDNR has its own top, these are their people, first of all, ours second. And on gas, I agree, even if Ukrainians back down, they say "there was no gas" - you still can't hide the truth. And you need to believe in the truth and not in speculation, you cannot hide the truth from the people. There is no other way to win. Never.
        I foresee the cons of the collective unconscious. It does not bother me. Not at all.
        1. Baloo
          Baloo 5 January 2016 15: 16
          +8
          ... you need to think about your grandparents, children with women, including those who suffer in the Donbass and the LPR from the actions of the Kiev authorities, they are spiritually closer to me than those who jump with yells

          And who doesn’t think about grandparents? There were few Humcon convoys in the Donbass? For the 4th dozen passes


          All this is wonderful, but we have our own grandmothers. Do you know how much it costs to treat an old woman with a bouquet: Hypertension + diabetes + diabetes complications? And if you still need a nurse for 1 thousand a day, 1.5 days?
          I am for humanism, facing our grandmothers, not strangers. hi
          1. varov14
            varov14 5 January 2016 21: 52
            +1
            Also for humanism to their own people. The hypocrisy of our government is already exhausted, gas for the dandy of Bandera, and the 5th channel constantly calls for dumping to treat its own children, humanists are dol.
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    2. yuriy55
      yuriy55 5 January 2016 08: 30
      11
      Quote: Kos_kalinki9
      With this formulation of the question, oh and for a long time they will not feel the "charm of European integration."

      Every day it is more and more disgusting to listen and read about the "delights" of rear-integrated and front-wheel drive. The corrupt government of the Russian Federation says one thing, but in fact it lobbies the interests of the national oligarchy. And caring for the "lost brothers" imposed a ban on caring for close relatives walking nearby ...
      It's time to decide who to be with and what shirt should be on your own body ...
      1. gladcu2
        gladcu2 5 January 2016 19: 04
        +1
        yuriy55

        Here the other day VVP was supported by "Platon". In the program "Time". Tax is tax. Another thing is that this is a new tax. But it turns out the dog rummaged in another. This tax is collected by a private company that does not offend itself. In other words, the state distributes its functions to private hands.

        The thing is familiar. In developed countries. Which still have a little to live, until the last in private hands will not give.
    3. hrych
      hrych 5 January 2016 09: 18
      +3
      Of course, people are sorry, but if you fight with them (ordinary citizens) then you have to kill them, and every family will be bloodthirsty with Russia. What apparently was the calculation of the backstage. They did not succumb to emotions, and so it should be. Crimea was then taken without blood, and then blood would have gone by the river. They themselves must survive, get sick and return to the bosom of their mother Russia, and hunger and chill very vigorously tempt, and he - the famine hung for such a long time that he took pity and decided to return to the square (the word is something like a tumble, still immortal, etc. .) ...
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      2. Baloo
        Baloo 5 January 2016 21: 08
        +4
        hrych They themselves must survive, get sick and return to the bosom of their mother Russia, and hunger and chill very vigorously tempt, and he - the famine hung for such a long time that he took pity and decided to return to the square (the word is something like a tumble, still immortal, etc. .) ...

        Dear colleague, uh ... Muscovite (can I?), I don’t agree. The disease is so neglected that it is impossible to save a patient without bloodletting by a civil war. Until the people’s anger sweeps away all this Caudle of evil clowns and those who have joined them
    4. Dimal777
      Dimal777 5 January 2016 11: 26
      21
      Have you seen that gas was delivered to Genichesk from the Crimea - and they say it is our Ukrainian gas, we simply take it from the occupied Crimea, which was temporarily stored there. Helped ... They don’t give us light and water - we give them gas. Russia is a generous soul!
      1. Dimal777
        Dimal777 5 January 2016 11: 35
        +8
        I don’t know how anyone there will collapse, but what we got next to a country with a population that deeply hates Russians is a fact. Even in the article, they forgot to talk about the generous Russian soul and 3 billion government debt and 25 billion debt to our banks.
        1. Baloo
          Baloo 5 January 2016 16: 14
          +4
          Even in the article, they forgot to talk about the generous Russian soul and 3 billion government debt and 25 billion debt to our banks.

          We also forgot to say about 250 lard invested irrevocably in the economy of Banderkraine over the past 20 years.
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    5. Kite
      Kite 5 January 2016 12: 39
      +3
      Quote: Kos_kalinki9
      ...... and where were the people of the Kherson region when they blew up power lines in the Crimea?

      - it’s simple and clear where they were, they stayed there. But! He requested a gas supply for his population Mayor town! What is it like? This means that no one is already there.
      Or will a piggy ban gas? Or will the cities go along the same path next door? Then we’ll ask you to remember where they jumped more, who, without gas, can warm up.
      1. avva2012
        avva2012 5 January 2016 12: 47
        +5
        Colleague, yes, it seems to me that this is the phenomenon of the "Russian World", that we can help in trouble. I do not think that Russia will become poorer from such a quantity of cubic meters of gas. And, the population will remember, and not only in this area. Water, the stone wears away, "I think so."
        1. Baloo
          Baloo 5 January 2016 16: 20
          +5
          avva2012 this is the phenomenon of the "Russian World", that we can help in trouble. I do not think that Russia will become poorer from such a quantity of cubic meters of gas. And, the population will remember, and not only in this area. Water, the stone wears away, "I think so."


          The mayor of the city of Genichesk, Kherson region of Ukraine, Alexander Tulupov, did not turn to Russian President Vladimir Putin for help - the mayor himself says to the Ukrainian publication of UNN. He considers the information that he demanded help from Mr Putin a provocation.
          “I did not call Putin. I did not write letters to Putin. I only negotiated with the Ukrainian government to collect our gas, which is in the storage facilities of Dzhankoy. That is, this gas is not Russian. This is our gas, which was blocked in the summer, reverse, ”Mr. Tulupov said.
          Read more: http://www.kommersant.ru/doc/2888614

          So, the mayor didn’t have enough of what? Courage? Fortitude? Afraid of the SBU? Not a Cossack, not a man, but simply the mayor of Genichansk, a representative of the nation for whom the executioners and traitors are heroes.
          1. avva2012
            avva2012 5 January 2016 16: 46
            +1
            So, the mayor didn’t have enough of what? Courage? Fortitude? Afraid of the SBU? Not a Cossack, not a man, but simply the mayor of Genichansk, a representative of the nation for whom the executioners and traitors are heroes.
            Come on. The mayor of a city cannot directly address the President of another country, by definition. This is said to be times. Two. Well, where does the man and the Cossack?
            You yourself write about the SBU and what they have executioners in the heroes. He is the mayor, he has a family, wealth, whatever. You do not confuse him with the militia of New Russia. So, that’s simple, the mayor of Genichansk.
        2. midivan
          midivan 5 January 2016 20: 17
          +3
          Quote: avva2012
          And, the population will remember, and not only in this area. Water, the stone wears away, "I think so."

          and it seems to me that it was necessary to solve that problem, well, at least for a few days, well, like we’ll clean the pipes right now, and then the gas doesn’t gas, you would look like they would remember more, but when in the evening the mayor (although he kicks off what he asked) howled, and morning gas, and the memory will not be long smile
    6. Cap.Morgan
      Cap.Morgan 5 January 2016 16: 17
      +2
      The question is where were the people 2 years ago?
      Beer drank. He loved girls. In the cottages of others. They don’t care. They are still waiting for someone to do everything.
    7. gladcu2
      gladcu2 5 January 2016 18: 52
      +4
      Kos_kalinki9

      The people, rejoices that cheap products will go from abroad. EU customs duties are lifted.

      To a reasonable question, what are you happy about? The duties made it possible to balance the technological gap. You will kill your own, and when this happens, you will simply die out. The answer is simple: "the fool himself!"
    8. Lelek
      Lelek 5 January 2016 19: 08
      0
      Quote: Kos_kalinki9
      With this formulation of the question, oh and for a long time they will not feel the "charm of European integration."


      Why not? Look how fiercely they are "fighting" for their Svidomo.
      (cry.)
      1. midivan
        midivan 5 January 2016 20: 23
        +3
        Quote: Lelek
        Why not? Look how fiercely they are "fighting" for their Svidomo.
        (cry.)

        News

        in Kiev

        5 January, Tuesday 19: 22
        Coca-Cola apologizes to Ukraine
        Yandex wa laughing
    9. varov14
      varov14 5 January 2016 21: 38
      +1
      So at the expense of their own people it is always easy to promote themselves in front of the world community. The pocket is not your own and not "cooperative".
  3. VNP1958PVN
    VNP1958PVN 5 January 2016 08: 03
    +5
    Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger said in an interview with CNN: "Vladimir Putin sees the events in Ukraine as a dress rehearsal of what we would like to do in Moscow."
    So we think, we need to be more attentive and more active in capturing your "friendly guides" in Russia
    1. yuriy55
      yuriy55 5 January 2016 08: 34
      +3
      Quote: VNP1958PVN
      Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger said in an interview with CNN: "Vladimir Putin sees the events in Ukraine as a dress rehearsal of what we would like to do in Moscow."

      So we think, we need to be more attentive and more active in capturing your "friendly guides" in Russia

      And to carry out this trapping, taking into account the fact that Moscow in this regard will not have any discounts, advances and loans ...
  4. shasherin.pavel
    shasherin.pavel 5 January 2016 08: 06
    +5
    Then Russia successfully counterattacked the USA in Crimea ???
    Then Russia counterattacked US political actions in Crimea. And about Donbass it is better to throw out the phrase. Russia does not participate in the hostilities taking place in the Donbas because this confrontation is taking place on the territory of Ukraine, outside the Russian Federation. There we provide only humanitarian aid. They would rip this phrase out of the text and go off and on: "" Russia attacked Donbass "- the Russian press writes!"
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    2. Aleksandr72
      Aleksandr72 5 January 2016 10: 52
      +6
      Of course, Russia is not fighting in the Donbass! since it has already been said that:
      Judging by the New Year’s statements of Moscow, which calmly reacted to the energy blockade of Crimea, which advocated the prolongation of the Minsk agreements, its strategy towards Ukraine at the beginning of 2016 remains the same. It was previously expressed by Vladimir Putin: there will be no war with Ukraine.

      And there will also be no war between Russia and Ukraine, because if 404 are not finally taken up in the country, then soon the country itself will be gone. Local Aborigines themselves will tear Ukraine apart. Without any outside interference.
      I have the honor.
  5. 1536
    1536 5 January 2016 08: 16
    10
    Quote: Kos_kalinki9
    [Of course I understand, people are sorry. But the question arises, where were the people of the Kherson region when they blew up power lines in the Crimea?
    With this formulation of the question, oh and for a long time they will not feel the "charm of European integration."


    Have you tried to fight in an occupied country ?! Of course, most of the people of Ukraine are clogged and driven into their apartments and houses, they are afraid to say a word, they adapt to live in captivity. And when you see the smug half-drunk face of the American ambassador in Ukraine on TV, you involuntarily compare him with the smug faces of the German fascist bosses during the Second World War, sitting in Berlin, and holding parades. But this is not infinite, in the end they will pull the bastards by the ear, but into the sun.
    And the fact that today Trotskyism dominates American politics and the minds of their politicians is an indisputable fact. Where did they get this infection? In which "Berkeley" is taught to torture people, socialize wives, orphan children, abandon old people and put in power women sick with epilepsy?
    1. Egoza
      Egoza 5 January 2016 08: 36
      11
      Quote: 1536
      Have you tried to fight in an occupied country?

      They try and try.
      In the center of Rivne city in Western Ukraine, unknown people broke a memorial plaque at night, which was installed on January 1 at the intersection of Stepan Bandera and Vyacheslav Chernovol Streets, where it is planned to erect a monument to the leader of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists Stepan Bandera.
      In the Rivne Union of combatants and participants of the "ATO", which was the initiator of the installation of the board, they said that "separatists or communists" could do this.
    2. yuriy55
      yuriy55 5 January 2016 08: 42
      +5
      Quote: 1536
      Have you tried to fight in an occupied country ?! Of course, the majority of the people of Ukraine are clogged and driven into their apartments and houses, they are afraid to say a word, they adapt to live in captivity.


      What's true is true. Yesterday I had a glimpse of the "Magazino" program, in which the presenter checks the condition of outlets by filming in stores and markets. He takes care of the health of buyers, guided by constitutional rights. With what stubbornness and persistence the guards and the police act to protect the rights of the owners of these institutions ... This is in the absence of civil war, hunger and devastation ...

      Let not quite a comparable analogy, but the principle of lawlessness is the same ...
    3. max702
      max702 6 January 2016 00: 37
      +1
      Quote: 1536
      Have you tried to fight in an occupied country?

      When you are warm and bright, well-fed children, and so on, what kind of struggle can we talk about? And after we gave the gas there everything is fine, the mayor turned on the back and the rest of the lips pressed contemptuously .. So do not! They gave gas, they listened to this statement and cut it off nafig .. And do not comment on the cries that started! ignore what is happening there! Yes, at the beginning, snot and drool will fly in stock, then, threats, and then pleas on my knees .. Once again I will repeat while we behave as we are now behaving the people of Rinda will not see clearly! I honestly do not give a damn what is there and how, is there hunger cold, massacre I DO NOT! Enough of it! And I am sure the majority of people living in Russia have the same thoughts, but cruelly inhumane and so on, but is this a mirror image of how Rinda behaves, are they Ukrainians? OK! behold them in Ukrainian! Do not give anything, do not pay anything, and be what it will be .. All the troubles come from our kindness!
  6. parusnik
    parusnik 5 January 2016 08: 25
    +7
    there will be no war with Ukraine. ..But I wouldn’t like the death of LDNR ... the situation at the fronts was painful .. The hunters are desperate for provocations .. for drawing Russia into the conflict ..
    1. yuriy55
      yuriy55 5 January 2016 08: 53
      +5
      Quote: parusnik
      But the death of LDNR would not be desirable ...


      When you really want to, hold a referendum (veche) and ask the consent of the peopletalking without hiding and revealing possible prospects for the future (for Russia this option is also mandatory) and after act according to the will of the majority of citizens ... guided by national and state, rather than state-oligarchic interests.
  7. fa2998
    fa2998 5 January 2016 08: 30
    +6
    Yes, 2 years have passed. Most Russians have a sharply negative attitude towards the Kiev junta (and I am one of them), we expected that the internal policy would cause discontent among the population, and sweep them away with the next "Maidans". But no, the regime is worth it. Moreover, it is recognized and is supported in the world. Receives billions of dollars in loans, support in the media. Even Russian allies "kiss" Mrs. Poroshenko. And Russia received sanctions for its attitude to the Ukrainian fascists. It looks like this hemorrhoids near our western borders will last for a long time. I think before the presidential election ( this one owes a lot to the "Maidan".) Life there is not getting better, a new politician will come, then the changes will only begin. hi
    1. summer
      summer 5 January 2016 11: 18
      +1
      Victor, you are wrong.

      Do you have a calendar at hand?

      The Foshizt regime in Kuev still had a port a month before the assassination. And then, if she survives ..

      Why are you teasing geese?

      There rabbits and pastors are not only valuable fur
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    3. Nyrobsky
      Nyrobsky 5 January 2016 11: 32
      +6
      Quote: fa2998
      I think before the presidential elections (this one owes a lot to the "Maidan people"). Life there is not getting better, a new politician will come, then the changes will only begin.

      Alas.....
      The new president will be the same appointee from the "talent pool" of the State Department, whose main difference from Potroshenko will be a change in rhetoric towards Russia towards reconciliation in order to reduce the financial costs of the USA and the EU on the maintenance of "ward horses". All the failures of "Maidanization" will be hanged on Gunpowder, and the minimal handouts to "horses" from the authorities, after a catastrophic drop in living standards, will be perceived by them as a "peremog"
      The only option for a pro-Ukrainian president to come to power is a "riot on a ship" with armed support from the LPNR. It sounds like a utopia, but there are no other options for bringing an adequate government to power.
      Time will tell.
  8. Egoza
    Egoza 5 January 2016 08: 39
    +9
    In Volyn, residents of the village of Zhovtneve opposed decommunization, the publication Misto Vechirnє reported.

    It is reported that the villagers do not want to change the name of the settlement, as it is associated with the local military airfield and forest. He is also associated with a small military town.

    Before World War II, the village was called Mogilny, but in 1950 it was renamed, the publication said. At that time, there was a flight section and an airfield built by the Poles before the hostilities.

    "The runway was located between the villages of Mogilnoye and Gnoinoe," said local resident Pyotr Pidrugets. "Such names did not suit the command, and the military was offered to change them. Since Mogilnoye was marked in yellow on the map, they proposed the names" Zhovtneve ". was painted over in red, and therefore the village was renamed Krasnostav. "

    In addition, there was an Orthodox cemetery on the territory of the airfield, which in Soviet times they decided not to demolish. Since then, there have never been a plane crash, said Pidrugets.

    In addition, the village was called Zhovtnev in October, which was associated with the residents of the season.

    At the same time, in November 2015, they wanted to rename the settlement under the law on decommunization. According to the publication, the name of the village began to be associated with revolutionary October. Because of this, he was offered to rename Sobornoe or Cherneliv-Ukrainian.
  9. s.melioxin
    s.melioxin 5 January 2016 08: 45
    11
    their Kiev pogrom was a clear lesson and warning for Russia.
    The lesson was taught good. What the impotence of millions can lead to is the arbitrariness of units. And that scared many, if not all. The main thing is to draw the right conclusions. Rakes teach everyone.
    1. Vadim237
      Vadim237 5 January 2016 15: 50
      0
      They know something and they like it.
      1. lecturer
        lecturer 7 January 2016 18: 27
        0
        Vadim237 They know something and they like it.
        - most likely, the (senior) Ukrainian people themselves have already realized the "mistakes" of their children, who were jumping and jumping with "kugli" chewing gum in their mouths ... BUT, correct the situation (!) when "the apples are already biting"? There is no answer to them!
        And the children, of course, will be corrected, BUT, at first they’ll talk to them on their farm ... or even to laborers!
  10. Gray 43
    Gray 43 5 January 2016 09: 32
    +5
    We were shown how the Maidan ends, after that the authorities began to tighten the screws even tighter and ask how embarrassing, people around can write them down as "Bandera" and "Maidan", but, damn it, there is a crisis in Russia, prices are growing, and sometimes without any logical explanation. the work of the banking system also raises many questions, but from blue screens we are told "everything is fine, beautiful marquise", I agree to endure difficulties, knowing that the government is working to solve them, and not praying for the exchange rate and oil quotes.
    1. T-73
      T-73 5 January 2016 11: 04
      +1
      Quote: Gray 43
      the banking system also raises many questions

      which ones? what's wrong? can interest on deposits be low? do not fool around. And do not look at the blue screen. There are more worthy sources of information. You just need to know where to look. And the exchange rate has nothing to do with it - I buy bread for rubles, not for the euro, and you probably too. Not a minus, I just do not share your opinion.
      1. In search
        In search 5 January 2016 13: 38
        0
        "The operation of the banking system also raises many questions"
        T-73 "what? What is wrong? Interest can be low on deposits? Do not fence nonsense"
        When you work like me, inside the bank, and you will learn how bank workers hire people on loans, but look in the eyes of your eyes, there will be no stupid questions. "Gray 43" is right.
        1. T-73
          T-73 5 January 2016 15: 48
          +3
          I do without loans, and I don’t look into the "honest" eyes of banking, I live within my means. Yes, the "bank workers" are cunning. But as Pushkin wrote - "... and he himself is glad to be deceived ...". and the recipe is simple)))
  11. Geophizik
    Geophizik 5 January 2016 09: 50
    +8
    Russia is pursuing a very balanced and extremely cautious policy towards Ukraine. It should be frankly admitted that the last quarter of a century was either miserably lost by Russia to the West, or the Russian response was so carefully and secretly prepared that no one (for the time being?) Noticed it. Nevertheless, the policy of inciting the most base instincts in / in Ukraine worked, a state with an openly anti-Russian internal attitude was created. The overwhelming majority of the population, and above all the youth, absolutely sincerely hate Russia and are ready to commit the most unthinkable crimes against even those people who just do not completely agree with them. Unfortunately, it is possible to eradicate this hatred only by "surgical" means, especially since the "Svidomo" themselves are wildly striving for a military solution, although even they are aware of the complete futility of such a path. But the path of constant provocations, far-fetched claims and ridiculous demands, it seems, will be long.
    1. avva2012
      avva2012 5 January 2016 12: 44
      +1
      Unfortunately, this hatred can only be eradicated by "surgical" means.
      I posted a video below, it may seem off-topic, but, in my opinion, about the same thing that is happening in Ukraine and Syria. And what to do with this happening.

      Sergey Saveliev. Report on terrorists

    2. yuriy55
      yuriy55 5 January 2016 13: 26
      +5
      Quote: Geophizik
      Russia is spending very balanced and extremely cautious policy towards UkraineEtc.


      Since the collapse of the USSR, Russia has not pursued any policy towards Ukraine. If in Russia (Yeltsin) weighed all the pros and cons, then during the division the status of Crimea's autonomy would be stipulated in the same way as the transit of gas. We didn't have to look for problems and freebies for Miller, but "stupidly" to solve with Ukraine the issue of the price for gas supplied to the border with Ukraine and that's it. Let her be accountable to the EU and responsible for the pipe ... No? How were we going to build gas supplies to Turkey?

      But good. What happened cannot be changed. Yeltsin-finger has completed the reign. In 2009, where were the rulers, who gave them intelligence on the state of affairs in an independent state, that they wrote a contract with Europe for as long as 10 years? Was everything calm in the next house?

      Farther. January 2014 and spring came: in Ukraine there was a seizure of power with all the ensuing details, and with the submission of the USA, anti-Russian propaganda began and whipping up hysteria about the rights to Crimea ... We helped the Donetsk and Lugansk regions by sending humanitarian convoys to ensure the survival of pro-Russian citizens ...This is clear. Blood brothers ... And why are we giving gas discounts to the government, which is spreading rotions of these pro-Russian citizens? Our citizens in Crimea suffer deprivation as a result of any food, energy and other blockades by Kiev, and we give a chance to those who seized power to hold out? For what? In the hope that someone will start to repay debts?

      The head just bursts from this balance. And I will not say anything about caution at all. If we are to be careful, then non-interference ... What does Russia want from Ukraine? So that she speaks Russian? To become a buffer between NATO and Russia? As an independent and independent country, it will be useful to Russia if a "miracle" happens or ... ??? Careless US representatives tirelessly meet in Ukraine with the rabble, to which officials are then embarrassed to shake hands. What is our caution directed at? That we are not going to restore what is left of the once flourishing republic? So, besides us, there is nobody. In Europe, there are a lot of refugees, and the national debt is crushing the Americans ...

      So far, I do not see bright spots and gaps in the political debates on Ukraine. And more ... Let me guess where the population of the country will go "if something happens" ... Exactly fellow straight to Germany, the bright road along Likhzvezdistrasse into the arms of Granny Angelina Doroteevna ...

      Now, truly, your paths are inscrutable, Russian foreign policy in Ukraine ... fool
  12. Scud
    Scud 5 January 2016 09: 51
    +9
    In Usrain, only about five percent of the scum destroyed legal authority, even if it was bad. But the remaining 90 percent of the hahlov either silently watched or tried to fight against the maydaunas like moles. Now many of my relatives are elderly and are not very able to buy medicine and will heal, some go without but they don’t curse the teeth, not the Maydauns and the Bandera junta, but Russia and Putin. I don’t feel sorry for this dying substance because they will be rewarded according to their deserts.
  13. Korsar4
    Korsar4 5 January 2016 10: 01
    +3
    There are puppets and puppeteers.
  14. vladimirvn
    vladimirvn 5 January 2016 10: 14
    +3
    A black male is not washed to white. No matter how this power is not otmazyvatsya from the Nazis, they were the main engine of the Maidan. Now trying to push them. But what is most offensive to me is the support of this Sabbath by the people of Ukraine. Unfortunately, there will be no good relations on the basis of what they were. The crack turned into an abyss. They will come back, but it takes years to fix something.

    And he came, he was shaking all over, and there again a distant flight,
    I don’t remember evil, I’ll take it again ...
  15. Alekseits
    Alekseits 5 January 2016 10: 21
    +9
    Quote: Kos_kalinki9


    Of course I understand, people are sorry. But the question arises, where were the people of the Kherson region when they blew up power lines in the Crimea?
    With this formulation of the question, oh and for a long time they will not feel the "charm of European integration."

    Yes, in the same place where the Russian people were, when the Yeltsin gang robbed, sold, gave away, ruined Russia. Everyone was preoccupied with only one question, how to survive in the wild. All the same thing is happening there now, with a delay of a quarter century. In order for the people to stir some kind of movement, it must be organized. Nationalists-Bandera, at this stage, were able to do this, the opposition was shot, transplanted, intimidated. The result is obvious.
    1. yuriy55
      yuriy55 5 January 2016 13: 37
      +1
      Quote: Alekseits
      Yes, in the same place where the Russian people were, when the Yeltsin gang robbed, sold, gave away, ruined Russia.


      Yes, you are right, dear, a hundred times right. They sat and watched on TV, how Muscovites were sharing parliament shops and rushing party tickets ... And yet, due to the length of our country, not everyone had the means to eat, drink, feed their family, and, even more so, travel thousands of kilometers. ..I hoped that it would resolve itself, that there were smart heads ... recourse
      1. lukke
        lukke 5 January 2016 15: 39
        +4
        You are right and no. There is a very greasy detail that distinguishes us: during the Yeltsin mess, we did not blame Ukraine or anyone else for our troubles, we more blamed our power, Muscovites, cooperators, bosses, etc. and they are to blame for everything. And they owe them in life. Of course, fortunately, not everyone thinks so. I read it on the Ukrainian forum today (I know that I will get a comment, but I don’t know what to replace with))):
        Once the great Khan Batuy, directed his hordes towards Ukraine. It would seem that the army that conquered all of Asia should not know the problems in the battles, but they were mistaken. On the Way of the Great Horde, stood the small Ukrainian village of Galushka. Having gathered all the adult husbands, in the presence of 195 pieces the proud Ukrainians went to defend their borders. during the week of continuous battles, the Ukrainian army did not suffer losses, while the Batu Army suffered thousandth losses. Khan had no choice but to sleep. This battle went down in history as Khokhlovsky and Zabolov.
    2. Cap.Morgan
      Cap.Morgan 5 January 2016 16: 38
      0
      Was there an opposition? Yes you?
      I personally remember how Mironov - a third person in Russia called - people rise !!! Horseradish. All sat home. My hut is on the edge. Such a people. We will still be to blame if we help. Because if not for us they would have been already in Europe.
  16. Yar Ga
    Yar Ga 5 January 2016 10: 22
    +4
    This year will be decisive. And perhaps a turning point. The main war will unfold inside Russia. 1. The battle for the Central Bank. 2. The battle for the Russian economy. 3. The nationalization of the elites. 4. Improving the sobering up of the population. With the strategic objective of the revival of the People. 5.6.7 ..... etc.
    1. stariy
      stariy 5 January 2016 13: 11
      +3
      it’s strange why they’re minus, everything is correctly written and priorities are set correctly!
    2. yuriy55
      yuriy55 5 January 2016 13: 50
      0
      Quote: Yar Ga
      This year will be decisive. And perhaps a turning point. The main war will unfold inside Russia.

      Do you think the time of "Yeltsin's NEP" is coming to an end?

      Quote: Yar Ga
      1. The battle for the Central Bank. 2. The battle for the Russian economy. 3. The nationalization of the elites. 4. Improving the sobering up of the population. With the strategic objective of the revival of the People. 5.6.7 ..... etc.

      I wouldn’t say so ... There has never been anyone voluntarily giving up ... Only forcibly ... Although the Central Bank has just gotten out with its quacks about the good ... The Russian people will go to any test when the situation arises either life or death. Then it will deal with all thoroughly and reward anyone smile

      Quote: stariy

      it’s strange why they’re minus, everything is correctly written and priorities are set correctly!


      Priorities are set by many, but minus a couple of dissatisfied with life. Do not pay attention to the minuses, just choose thoughts close to yourself from this many messages.
      hi
      1. Yar Ga
        Yar Ga 5 January 2016 15: 03
        +2
        Quote: yuriy55
        Do you think the time of "Yeltsin's NEP" is coming to an end?

        100%!!! And it makes me happy! Better a terrible end than horror without end)))
        There is a question of the further life and existence of Russia-Russia-Slavs-the entire white race. These are stages of either further destruction, in the event of Russia's defeat or further development, in the case of victory. In both cases, the oligarchy will not remain in its current state. Today's conditions do not leave a chance to win.
        Quote: yuriy55
        Quote: Yar Ga
        1. The battle for the Central Bank. 2. The battle for the Russian economy. 3. The nationalization of the elites. 4. Improving the sobering up of the population. With the strategic objective of the revival of the People. 5.6.7 ..... etc.
        I wouldn’t say that ... There has never been anyone voluntarily giving up ..

        I write: Battle, Battle)))
  17. jovanni
    jovanni 5 January 2016 10: 46
    +2
    "... Russia has maintained a balance in the world, and with this the possibility of creating an anti-American coalition."
    With all due respect to the author of the article, no real anti-American coalition is observed. So far she’s imaginary ...
    1. yuriy55
      yuriy55 5 January 2016 13: 57
      +2
      Quote: Jovanni
      ... no real anti-American coalition is observed.


      Here, after all, as in the yard life. Gathered on the lawn "two coalitions". They stand opposite each other and wait to see which of the leaders "piles on" whom ...

      With us are those (at least) who conclude business and trade agreements with us. Believe me, we are not alone in this world. A lot depends on how Russia will behave. But not many are drawn to military (combat) cooperation. It is troublesome for some, impossible (physically) for others ...
      hi
  18. Roust
    Roust 5 January 2016 11: 03
    +3
    Ukraine will die, it’s only that all this will be removed, but we will have to, and they will not accept our brotherhood, such a one is sitting in their souls, maydanutyh.
  19. Lelek
    Lelek 5 January 2016 12: 07
    +4
    (Here, US presidential candidate Donald Trump becomes an ally of Vladimir Putin ...)

    Trump is not (American Zhirinovsky) and his ranting is nothing but a PR move. Each of the real candidates began with a palm branch, and then, after taking the oath, switched to the language of threats and sanctions.
    But the fact that Trump is now hitting hard against Obama and Clintons is good. bully
    (cry.)
  20. Приговор
    Приговор 5 January 2016 12: 13
    +3
    No Bandera Ukraine itself will fall apart. No illusions needed.
  21. Alexy
    Alexy 5 January 2016 12: 26
    +2
    Something will die for a long time.
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  23. Sergey-8848
    Sergey-8848 5 January 2016 13: 27
    +1
    Here are just communism and Hillary Clinton in the fervent ardor of the polemic, but sound, in general, articles would not need to be combined. Where is one and where is the other.
  24. evil partisan
    evil partisan 5 January 2016 13: 55
    0
    2 years is a sufficient period for assessing the consequences of an event. Perhaps only in the interpretation of Kovtun and Karasev these consequences are purely positive yes. However, they do not have any cognitive dissonance requestEtc.
  25. VB
    VB 5 January 2016 14: 01
    +2
    So the Americans will press a button in Kiev and the Donbass will be on fire, if they press another, they will block or set fire to Kiev Transnistria, but what will we have to do? Hope the outskirts fall apart? Will not fall apart, the states will print their candy wrappers for them. But the Americans are keeping Russia on the hook in Transnistria. Time trouble. Either war or surrender, but then the people of Russia, I hope, will thank the guarantor and his "vertical" for the mediocre, disastrous and short-sighted policy in Transnistria and the outskirts
    1. Chak
      Chak 6 January 2016 09: 04
      0
      VB applaud! Briefly, capaciously, in essence.
  26. rus-5819
    rus-5819 5 January 2016 15: 13
    +1
    Henry Kissinger told CNN: "Vladimir Putin sees in the events in Ukraine a dress rehearsal of what we would like to do in Moscow."

    Kissinger is definitely a "smart enemy". And to defeat the smart is doubly prestigious both for the country and for its leader

    there will be no war with Ukraine.
    how then the "corpse" did not have to be reanimated at the expense of Russia
  27. Stoler
    Stoler 5 January 2016 18: 10
    +1
    "Maidan" is the most effective vaccine against ALL "Revolutions"! And on whom she did not act is just a BARAN!
  28. SklochPensioner
    SklochPensioner 5 January 2016 18: 36
    +1
    Author: "... the United States, having seized Ukraine in a hybrid form ..." smile
    And further, at the end of the article: "... led by H. Clinton, using all the power of America to establish their dominance in the world by kindling the World Permanent and Pro-Communist Revolution according to the recipes of Leon Trotsky."

    Well, Kamenev (author) opposed Trotsky laughing

    Kaklam and pi (e) ndosam in just one attempt to cheat our Olympiad, there is no forgiveness! smile

    Author: "Bandera Krajina should, on its own Svidomo skin, feel all the delights of the Euroassociation ..."

    It remains for us to be ready for any dirty tricks from these bastards, and for the remaining sane people in Ukraine - to think about how to prevent the top of the scum from leaving when the time comes ...
  29. Megatron
    Megatron 5 January 2016 21: 58
    +3
    The article is a bit strange and seems to have been lost in time for these same 1.5-2 years. Putin's rating, at the moment he is certainly high, but in connection with the bacchanalia of his boyars over the past 2 years, the tacit connivance of the guarantor has noticeably suffered. It is bacchanalia, there is no other word to choose.
    Vasiliev, Plato, Chubais. Complete inability or unwillingness to somehow straighten domestic policy in relation to their population, the rich are getting richer, the poor are poorer, and the plane-robbers are stealing more and more.

    So over these two years, from the complete denial of Maidan ideas, on the contrary, we have become closer to something like that, and will become even closer if the trends of impoverishment of the bulk of our people continue. You won’t go far on cheers.
  30. Chak
    Chak 6 January 2016 09: 01
    +2
    “... if Russia had toughly responded to the coup d'etat in Kiev in 2014, sent troops to Ukraine, today there would have been a tough confrontation with the collective West. and with this the possibility of creating an anti-American coalition. " Mr. Kamenev contradicts himself, earlier saying "atomic weapons make the hot military conflict between the USA and Russia suicidal."
    We have missed the situation in Ukraine, allowing our non-interference to banderize the country; we missed @ coup d'etat; we did not bring in troops, or at least did not close the sky. As a result, we got the genocide of the Russians, the "maidan of the brain" of the Ukrainians, sanctions and a decline in Russia's prestige. Moreover, we received so many sanctions that they more than blocked everything that we could get by putting things in order in Little Russia. We cover up our miscalculations and indecision with pompous words about how nobly we saved the world from disaster. Unfortunately, we began to save the world only in Syria, and even then, acting more reflexively than calculatingly. Reflexivity is the strategic line of our policy. Reflexively we raise troops and keep them on the border with Ukraine, reflexively by withdrawing them, reflexively turning off the gas, reflexively supplying them ... The same is with coal, electricity, etc. Reflexively we forgive debts to "friends", reflexively we rip off our own population to the bone.
    Gentlemen, less reflection, more cold calculation and pragmatism that benefits the people of Russia, and not a bunch of oligarchs. There is someone to learn from, it's time to re-study the legacy of "grandfather Soso" ...
    1. Sergey Sitnikov
      Sergey Sitnikov 6 January 2016 10: 44
      +2
      Reflective? My friend, there are a lot of centers of power in the world, if pragmatism exists in the actions of states, then it’s China and then an ordinary American destroyer could ignite a world war, the balance of forces and geography do not allow the West to solve the problem of Russia once and for all, in order to attack it is necessary to concentrate forces, but The West understands - Putin will burn them without thermonuclear fusion with a bazaar, hence the general reflection. Why do you see schools of only Russian politics? Are there no shoals of Anglo-Saxons or Saudis in Syria? I sometimes think that modern politicians take turns throwing what they want into the world’s cauldron and stirring to see what happens ((((((
  31. ZAV69
    ZAV69 6 January 2016 12: 16
    +3
    Quote: hrych
    р

    And not everywhere is beautiful. We have no progress in the Tula region, only federal roads are being reconstructed. The village is rotting. The production of acrony does not move, only shopping centers breed.
    1. hrych
      hrych 6 January 2016 12: 37
      0
      Tula has the task of riveting blades and trunks, this is your karma and what you brilliantly cope with. When Bolshevism was in Russia and when the collective farm and slave system was created, when corn was required to be planted in non-black soil in the risky farming zone, leave agriculture to the Kuban and Stavropol regions, let the Crimea and Taman grow wine grapes, and in Bashkiria thousandths graze in meadows and hills herds of cows (he saw and was even slightly shocked). If shopping centers breed, it’s also not easy, there is demand, there are people who carry and take there, the laws of the market are not always false. And if your village is rotting then there is no place for him, there will be no sense in it, you will not force the blacksmiths and gunsmiths to grow potatoes, there is Butska and his flock for this ...
  32. The point
    The point 6 January 2016 13: 06
    +1
    If you rephrase the famous statement, I will say the following: what are the heroes, such and the country.

    [media = http: //oper.ru/news/read.php? t = 1051616646]
  33. cesar65
    cesar65 6 January 2016 13: 18
    +5
    What else can be said about them.
  34. Vlad5307
    Vlad5307 6 January 2016 14: 53
    0
    Quote: Phantom Revolution
    Well, Obama partially screwed up, the fact is that large enterprises took out debts in dollars (because for some reason the state does not want to issue cheap ruble loans) and because of the jump in the exchange rate, the debt in rubles doubled. Now there are reductions at many enterprises to "optimize" production. So the sanctions are doing their part.

    But in this situation, the minuses must be turned into pluses. Namely, a business focused solely on exports due to financial difficulties will be forced to expand to domestic needs. The same business, which was focused exclusively on domestic consumption, gets a chance to send part of the products for export and invest the profits for the development of the business, and means to strengthen its position both in the domestic and foreign markets. For the SGA business, the situation unfolds with the exact opposite, which is facilitated by their sanctions policy for the Russian Federation. hi
  35. akinak-f
    akinak-f 6 January 2016 21: 37
    +1
    Quote: Egoza
    Quote: 1536
    Have you tried to fight in an occupied country?

    They try and try.
    In the center of Rivne city in Western Ukraine, unknown people broke a memorial plaque at night, which was installed on January 1 at the intersection of Stepan Bandera and Vyacheslav Chernovol Streets, where it is planned to erect a monument to the leader of the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists Stepan Bandera.
    In the Rivne Union of combatants and participants of the "ATO", which was the initiator of the installation of the board, they said that "separatists or communists" could do this.

    Want a joke? Dol death of Chornovil in 1999, this street in Rivne bore the beautiful name of the street. Topoleva. But the current Bandera was called Moscow. Moscow, Karl! So the Rovenchans simply removed the unnecessary from the intersection of Topoleva and Moscow.
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  37. Bator
    Bator 6 January 2016 22: 40
    +3
    Quote: Volzhanin
    Zheidar must first be isolated from the media
    1. Worohilow
      Worohilow 7 January 2016 18: 45
      0
      This is the eye, big brother sees everything,
  38. acetophenon
    acetophenon 7 January 2016 04: 54
    0
    Quote: Volzhanin
    What the heck are these perversions with definitions?
    Belolentochniki, Makarevich, Shenderovich ... What kind of allegory?
    Why can't you simply and clearly call a spade a spade? I couldn’t just write - the Jews! After all, it is the Jews in fact that make up 90% of the 5th column! This is easy to verify.
    And who muddied 1917? And 1991-93? Who on the outskirts climbed to the top following the troubles? Who makes up the majority in the govgoelites of Britain and America?
    Let us at least not lie to ourselves, and we will look objectively at the Jewish contribution in the collapse of the USSR. Where did Abramovich-Berezovich-Vekselberg-Chubais and other rubbish suddenly come up?
    Zheidar must first be isolated from the media! Yes, even at the legislative level! Their terrifying number on TV will not bring to good. How long will the Jewish bacchanal continue on TV and in the media in an Orthodox country?

    And atheists and Muslims would be fingernail! Like you, after all, the Constitution is not a decree!
  39. Cfif2303
    Cfif2303 7 January 2016 10: 16
    +1
    I really like komenty our homegrown economists ... You can at least calculate the economics of your family ... If the ruble costs 0.0 today .... the dollar doesn’t mean anything ... the reserve on the currency corridor in Russia is very large ... Remember prices of the USSR ... sausage 2.20 meat 2.40-3.12, etc. bread .... 20 kopecks ... and now ... sausage (the same ... only the quality is no longer the USSR) 220 rubles we take two zeros .. and 2.20 and so with all the products ... vodka has even fallen in price ... and you are a dollar a dollar ... and more ... (no laughing matter) if the currency does not have a stable restriction (i.e. its value in relation to which then ... at least gold) starts to grow ... then ... it's a financial fake .. a Russian divorce .... i.e. they want to deceive us ... a flag in their hands ... let him go ... we'll see .. tolerate .. and answer ...
  40. Old warrior
    Old warrior 7 January 2016 12: 23
    0
    Yes, let them all die.
    And they don’t want to deceive, but on * happen specifically - only a strong ruble will save Russia, everything else from the evil one.
  41. Orionvit
    Orionvit 7 January 2016 16: 22
    0
    Quote: Signor Tomato
    Most likely, the economy is more or less afloat now due to the fact that they have thrown off the yoke in the form of all sorts of lazy Balts, horses and Asian "republics".

    About the horse. Ukraine as it is is the west. There live people, though of Slavic nationality, but with the mentality of Polish slaves, which has been nurtured for centuries. You yourself know there is no worse master than a former slave. And these slaves gave Ukraine to plunder. Historically, the left bank of the Dnieper and the entire south have never been Ukrainian (only administratively under the Bolsheviks). That is why the conflict between east and west is a conflict of different mentalities, between Ukrainians and Russians. In fact, the southeast of Ukraine is the illegally occupied lands of Russia. The most interesting thing is that in the southeast, many (minority), albeit with a naked zo.p., consider themselves to be Ukrainians. What can you do propaganda. Although no, this propaganda is only in the Kremlin, in Ukraine, "the formation of public opinion."
  42. spy008
    spy008 7 January 2016 16: 39
    0
    Title of the article: "On the second anniversary of the Bandera coup"
    I read all the comments and I think: - But what does Ukraine have to do with its banderlors, when is everyone about his own?
    So you can arrange a "maidan" on the site.
  43. Worohilow
    Worohilow 7 January 2016 18: 42
    0
    Zomboyaschik is doing his job very well.