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Wicked movie about war for fun



The British TV channel BBC showed the film “The Third World War. A look from the command post. A peculiar mix of reality shows and a conspiracy thriller.

The film provoked a storm of indignation among Russian politicians and journalists. And actually, what are they dissatisfied with? The film is false and Russophobic. Sorry, so in England the media has always been extremely false and always denounced Russia. If someone does not believe, look at the repulsive caricatures of Alexander Suvorov, Catherine the Great, Paul I, Alexander I, and further down the list down to Vladimir Putin.

In London, they spoke favorably of Russia only when there was an urgent need for Russian cannon fodder to fight Napoleon, the Kaiser or Hitler.

But I consider the beginning of a conversation about a nuclear war in the 21st century to be extremely timely.

MYSTERIOUS WAR


Neither we nor the “over the hill” are not only the townsfolk, but the generals do not, by and large, have the slightest idea of ​​a nuclear war. Well, for example, let's ask the NATO Secretary General and his brave generals, how will the explosion of dozens of nuclear warheads of 1 megaton each at 100 – 300 km affect the functioning of the American missile defense system - both its ground version and the sea one?

I remember that at the end of 1950-x - the beginning of 1960-s every high-altitude explosion of the American hydrogen bomb on the Johnson Atoll interrupted radio communications throughout the Pacific for a day or even more.

In 2001, the Pentagon’s Threat Mitigation Department (DTRA) attempted to assess the potential effects of such nuclear tests on low-orbit satellites. The results were disappointing: one small nuclear charge with power from 10 to 20 kilotons (similar to a bomb dropped on Hiroshima during World War II) exploded at an altitude from 125 to 300 km, “is enough to disable for several weeks or even months all satellites that do not have special radiation protection. "

Denis Papadopoulos, a specialist in plasma physics at the University of Maryland, had a different opinion: "An 10-kiloton nuclear bomb detonated at a specially calculated height can lead to a loss of 90% of all low-orbit satellites for about a month."

Nobody wrote about the American missile defense system, since all information on it is completely secret. However, the author does not exclude that the developers of the American missile defense system carried out any research work on the topic "The impact of the explosion of several thousand nuclear charges in Europe on the missile defense system." Read the report, wept and classified it. And rightly so. Money for missile defense today is given without restrictions, and if what happens, there will be no one to ask, and no one to ask.

NUCLEAR SHEARS AND POLISH SHAPPING JACKET


European citizens, politicians and generals have long forgotten the 1950 – 1970 nuclear nightmares and are now absolutely confident in their complete impunity and security.

In 2015, a well-known Polish politician declared: “In the event of a NATO war with Russia, Poland will get rid of several bruises”. And you think that someone in Poland was outraged? Began to refute it? Wrong audience! The grandfathers of these gentlemen in August 1939 were convinced that a week after the start of the war, the Polish lancers would take Berlin, and another two weeks later - Moscow. And whoever does not believe, let him read the Polish newspapers for August 1939.

What is nuclear war? The population and the generals represent its nuclear apocalypse. And this is true when it comes to an all-out war using intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) and strategic bombers. But what is a local war, neither we nor they know 99,9% of the population.

After the end of World War II, the United States blackmailed our country with unpunished nuclear strikes against dozens of Soviet cities. And when the USSR acquired nuclear warheads and their strategic carriers, the Americans developed a theory of local nuclear war.

Its essence is that the United States unilaterally or at the same time as the USSR launches nuclear strikes on a limited area with a limited power of special 10 – 20 ammunition kilotons.

In April, 1954, the United States was on the verge of a local nuclear war in Vietnam. There, the Vietnamese surrounded the French forces in the area of ​​the fortress Dienbienfu. During Operation Buzzard, the Americans planned to strike the Vietnamese forces with a 60 B-29 “Flying Fortress” based in the Philippines and the six A1J-1 “Sevenge” simultaneous strike on the Vietnamese forces. And the latter had to drop six atomic bombs "Fat Man" power 21 kilotons.

A few hours before the operation, it was canceled. Not because of political, but because of purely tactical considerations. The nature of the area and the numerous powerful fortifications of the Vietnamese, the dispersal of their troops in any form did not allow the French garrison to unblock.

Suppose the United States would still drop six of these bombs. Would this be the beginning of a total nuclear war? Of course not. Another question is that Dienbienfu would still have fallen, and the USSR would have received an excellent trump card in the propaganda war.

I will not dwell on the numerous variants of local nuclear wars developed by American generals and deliberately or through a misunderstanding leaked to the Western media. It should be said only about the plans of a local nuclear war in the territory of the Federal Republic of Germany in the event of the invasion of the Soviet troops there. There, the Pentagon planned to blow up several thousand nuclear warheads up to 20 kilotons. Among them were hundreds of nuclear land mines, which in peacetime laid in special concrete wells near highways, bridges, etc.

At the same time, the White House was convinced that the Kremlin, even after losing the local nuclear war in Germany, would not risk a nuclear strike on the territory of the United States. In some ways, this position was logical. Any of the superpowers in the course of local nuclear wars lost only on points. So there could be no talk of any surrender, but only concessions in certain issues.

I draw attention to the fact that none of the well-known American scenarios of local nuclear wars considered a nuclear strike on the territory of the USSR. Then the Americans understood the inevitability of a retaliatory nuclear strike with all the consequences for them.




BALTIC FRONT

But back to the film "Third World War." The plot of it is made according to the old propaganda cliché. In Eastern Latvia, the Russian population is raising an uprising and creating the People's Republic of Latgale with its capital in Daugavpils (the city of Dvinsk before the 1918 of the year). In response, the United States is launching a "limited nuclear strike on Russia."

I'm not going to talk about the plausibility of such a scenario. Let's better ask the EU gentlemen what would have happened in Belgium, France, Spain, if the Walloons, Corsicans and Catalans were declared “aliens” there, imposed bans on the use of their native language and everything else on the list, as in the Baltic border countries. The answer is more than obvious - in all three countries there would be a civil war and there would be a separation of the areas inhabited by the Walloons, the Corsicans and the Catalans.

Why did London and Brussels not force the governments of the Limits to grant the Russians in the Baltic States the same rights that the Walloons, Flemish, Basques, Corsicans, etc., have long ago? Balts pushing Europe unceasingly, and let them adopt European laws guaranteeing the equal rights of nations.

Alas, in Riga and London, Russians are considered subhumans, for whom the status of non-citizens will do. Hitler was of the same opinion. Then it ended the death of 50 million people during the Second World War. And how many will die in the third?

So the emergence of a third world war due to national conflicts in the Baltic states is not excluded. But, in my opinion, the provocation of the stupid illiterate Baltic officials with their shallow worldview is much more likely. Neither Latvia nor Estonia has ever existed. All of them история based on the lies that they are forced to teach Russian children.

Tallinn was allegedly founded by the Estonians themselves. I’m not going to talk about Kolyvan, founded by Yaroslav the Wise, but I’ll just ask why the Estonians gave the city founded by them such a strange name: Tallinn in the translation “Danish city”. In November, 2015, I visited the Maritime Museum in Tallinn, where I learned that Ivan Fedorovich Kruzenshtern, Faddey Faddeevich Bellingsgausen and Ferdinand Petrovich Wrangel are famous Estonian navigators. Edak hot Estonian guys with us and Wrangel Island require?

The rulers of the Limits of all forces seek to spoil Russia. Thus, the Lithuanian government has already threatened to cut off transit from Central Russia to the Kaliningrad region a dozen times since 1992. Lithuania itself sets the prices for oil and gas supplied from Russia. Raise the price to the world - block the transit. And in September 2013, Lithuanian Foreign Minister Linkiavicius said that if Russia would put pressure on Ukraine, "we could block the transport, and this is not only the train, it is also the delivery of goods, anything." And that was before the Maidan!

Peter the Great cut a window to Europe, and Yeltsin smashed it, leaving a small window leaf. Alas, I do not exaggerate. After 1991, ships and aircraft should follow more than 200 km in the Gulf of Finland in the ultra-narrow corridor from 5 to 10 km. And this at night, and in the storm, and in a storm.

The ship or plane will deviate by several tens of meters, in Estonia there is a “nationwide outrage” and threats of the use of force. So, 17 December 2015, the Estonian Foreign Ministry sent Russia a terrible note, they say, the unarmed An-72 transport aircraft flew over Estonian waters in the Gulf of “less than a minute”, that is, translated from Estonian to normal - a few seconds.

Well, if tomorrow Estonians will shoot down our plane or sink a tug or yacht, deviating a few tens of meters from this ultra-narrow fairway?

Recall that our Su-24, according to the Turks, no more than three seconds was in the airspace of Turkey, and he was shot down! Although the current Turkish President Erdogan two years ago was crucified, that a small violation of the airspace is no reason to shoot down an airplane. Some Turkish politicians and journalists said that Turkey would close the Black Sea Straits for Russian ships. In both the first and second issues in Washington and Brussels, they did not even attempt to short the Turks, but on the contrary, supported them. What kind of behavior of NATO is not a signal to the Baltic border frontiers - dare!

Do the Europeans, from the average man to the minister, understand that their lives and the lives of their loved ones depend on the whims of the illiterate Baltic official? I want to - I will close the transit to Kaliningrad, I want to take the plane.

And back to the film. To make a nuclear strike on Russia an element of local war is utter and extremely dangerous nonsense. Allegedly, after a nuclear strike on Moscow, you can put an ultimatum to Russia.

In the event of a nuclear strike on the territory of Russia, its leadership will not even consider this ultimatum. I note that even in the 1980-ies in the USSR, the Perimeter complex took up combat duty. When hundreds of sensors that identify a nuclear attack were triggered, the control of the nuclear triad of the USSR assumed the automation of the invulnerable complex "Perimeter", without human intervention. Are the filmmakers confident that in the event of a nuclear strike on Russia, the president, rather than the computer, or the rocket men, submariners and pilots themselves will take the decision to strike back?

So any nuclear strike on the territory of Russia will automatically plunge all of humanity into a thermonuclear apocalypse.

Well, the fourth world war will be waged by Yakutia, Xinjiang and Nepal. The main weapons there will be a bow and arrows, as 70 warned Einstein about years ago.

But local nuclear wars, limited to the territories of Middle Eastern countries, Poland, etc., may well occur. For three years, three divisions of our MiG-15 fought with thousands of American “Seybrov” and “flying fortresses” over North Korea. Is it possible to exclude similar over Latvia? For half a century, our and the American Air Force have air-to-air missiles with special ammunition, and air defense missiles have ground-to-air missiles with the same, but slightly more powerful combat units.

Well, explode 2000 or at least 500 such special warheads over Latvia. No matter who wins, Latvia will turn into a radioactive desert, and the radiation background in Moscow and Paris will remain within the normal range. I think so.
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  1. Vladimyrych
    Vladimyrych 14 February 2016 08: 08
    57
    Paraphrasing in the correct way:
    1. Ami du peuple
      Ami du peuple 14 February 2016 08: 16
      35
      It seems to be well written, but this author’s passage multiplied everything by zero
      When triggered by hundreds of sensorsidentifying a nuclear attack, automation took control of the nuclear triad of the USSR invulnerable complex "Perimeter", without human intervention. Are the authors of the film confident that in the event of a nuclear strike against Russia, the decision to retaliate will be made by the president, not the computer, or by the rocket men, submariners and pilots themselves?

      As a horror story for the European man in the street, it can and will work. But, in fact, the "Perimeter" begins to function at the moment when there is no response from the command centers responsible for deciding on the use of nuclear weapons. And even then, "when hundreds of sensors are triggered" that determine many signs of a massive nuclear strike on the country's territory (how else to call an attack in which the leadership of the state and army perishes?), The "Dead Hand" begins to act, making a decision about a retaliatory strike.
      1. EvgNik
        EvgNik 14 February 2016 08: 47
        64
        Quote: Ami du peuple
        "Perimeter" begins to function at the moment when there is no response from the command centers responsible for making a decision on the use of nuclear weapons. And even then, "when hundreds of sensors are triggered

        The same sickle in the same eggs. Normal, honest article.
        Well, there are those who like to look for the slightest inaccuracies in articles and experience an orgasm from this: "How smart I am!"
        1. afdjhbn67
          afdjhbn67 14 February 2016 08: 59
          +4
          Quote: EvgNik
          "How smart I am!"

          More chatter in the duroscope .. than this movie is worth it, a feeling to the joy of the official channels was removed ... we got it am
          1. gergi
            gergi 14 February 2016 09: 18
            11
            Let them bully their population, educate paranoid people. They won’t be able to scare us. We are already scared.
            1. kotvov
              kotvov 14 February 2016 10: 23
              10
              Let them bully their population, educate paranoid people. ,,
              they not only intimidate, but also lie, and not skillfully. Today, according to euronews, Greek border guards rescued refugees from Syria. But the same: refugees are citizens of Pakistan and two carriers from Turkey were arrested. How to deal with such.
              1. Baikonur
                Baikonur 14 February 2016 22: 02
                +2
                Not quite on the topic, just for reference:
                In fact, the author, too, is a little incompetent in this:
                Quote: Author Alexander Shirokorad
                blown up at an altitude of 125 to 300 km, "it is enough to disable all satellites without special radiation protection for several weeks or even months"
                Radiation - Fuck Satellites (Electronics)!
                Damaging factors of a nuclear explosion:
                shock wave
                light emission
                penetrating radiation
                radioactive infection
                -electromagnetic pulse (i.e. - instant) - that’s what can affect the pnp junctions of transistors and other semiconductors! And then - at a certain distance from the epicenter! And especially not for a week, a month! Either - kirdyk, or - reset the system, reboot and then flew (Modern satellites (And then not everyone! laughing )) - To man and other animals, plants, in general, no harm from him!

                PS: Man - sucks from penetrating radiation and radioactive infection!
                Well, of course - a shock wave (especially if in a couple of meters it explodes. wassat )
                Light radiation - depending on the distance, burns will put out your eyes, if you look! Even from afar!
                1. bk316
                  bk316 15 February 2016 16: 14
                  +9
                  Quote: Baikonur
                  Radiation - Fuck Satellites (Electronics)!

                  Actually, you are categorically wrong. The impact of ionizing radiation on modern microcircuits is quite disastrous.
                  The mechanism for the layman is quite complicated, but there are popular articles.
                  For example "Radiation-resistant integrated circuits" V. Yudintsev
                  Another thing is that the satellites are just protected from this, but as you know, the size (in this case, the dose) matters.
                  1. Baikonur
                    Baikonur 15 February 2016 20: 37
                    -5
                    Quote: bk316
                    - "Radiation-resistant integrated circuits"
                    -satellites are just protected from this,

                    Well! eprst! And you say: "CATEGORALLY WRONG!" and immediately confirm that you are right !!! Confusing? laughing

                    PS: It seems to me, a little higher EvgNik spoke already about such comments!
                    1. bk316
                      bk316 16 February 2016 13: 40
                      +5
                      Well, you really want a scientifically correct conclusion. lol
                      Believe the companion not in a hell.
                      Radiation-protected microcircuits in satellites are designed to protect not from the factors of a nuclear explosion, but from cosmic rays.

                      After the explosion, ionizing radiation arising from gamma-ray irradiation of the satellite (secondary) is of a slightly different nature. The fact is that the satellite contains a bunch of rare-earth elements (guess which ones and why), which, when irradiated (the explosion is good for atmospheric), will give a wonderful effect. Everything was modeled in due time, since no nuclear weapons or satellites were needed for this.
                      1. Baikonur
                        Baikonur 16 February 2016 16: 02
                        0
                        Again eprst !!!
                        The fact is that the satellite contains a bunch of rare-earth elements (guess what and why), which, when irradiated (well, then an atmospheric explosion) will produce a wonderful effect. Everything was modeled in due time, since no nuclear weapons or satellites were needed for this.
                        A bunch of ??? !!! I had a subordinate of the 8th PRA-MK station (if it says anything to you (receiving and recording telemetry equipment from the spacecraft and spacecraft), the ground is true, but not important! They contain 1000000 microchips and other pieces. each of ~ 10 kg of gold, while radium, iridium ~ of 0,0000001 g. (even if you think that all the satellites are completely made of rare-earth metals, then
                        What does it have to do with
                        the benefit is an atmospheric explosion

                        And which???
                        will give a wonderful effect
                        Connoisseurs, b.lin!

                        Once again - PS: It seems to me that EvgNik has already spoken somewhat above about such comments!

                        +++ P.P.S .: A satellite flies at a speed of ~ 8 km / s and it (s) - 1, 2 out of thousands that will be nearby will pass the explosion area (NEARBY WITH COSMIC MEASURES) in a few seconds !!!
                        Or do you think that for a nuclear bomb on each of the thousands of satellites ???

                        Remember the most common phrase S.V. Lavrova!
          2. NIKNN
            NIKNN 14 February 2016 09: 54
            21
            Latvia will turn into a radioactive desert

            Do you need her? There are targeted attacks on tourists from NATO, and let the local population bury them, all of us, or something ... request

            Come to Putin
            - Latvia declared war on us ...
            -Yes? What hotel did they stay at? smile
        2. Ami du peuple
          Ami du peuple 14 February 2016 09: 18
          17
          Quote: EvgNik
          Well, there are those who like to look for the slightest inaccuracies in articles and experience an orgasm from this: "How smart I am!"

          No, well, if the "slightest inaccuracy" is considered the question of the procedure for making a decision on the use of nuclear weapons in the event of a conflict with Europe .. Then I agree, yes. Don't care what the President of the Russian Federation decides when we have a "Perimeter"! Only in this case the issue of nuclear war becomes not so much European as world - atomic responses will fly, first of all, across the United States. Well, Europeans in any way, to put it mildly, will not be good.
          ps And so I'm stupid, which is because I think that on a site that specializes in military topics, in discussing the article, it is appropriate to point out some inaccuracies in the description of using the weapons system.
          It seems that VO is turning exclusively into a "hurray-patriotic" politicized resource. Probably this is our fault, dear forum users.
        3. veksha50
          veksha50 14 February 2016 10: 35
          +8
          Quote: EvgNik
          Normal, honest article.
          Well, there are those who like to look for the slightest inaccuracies in articles and experience an orgasm from this: "How smart I am!"


          Um ... I always respect your posts ... However, in this case I am inclined to agree with Amu du peuple for the reason that I treat A. Shirokorad’s works with great caution ...

          He wrote over 90 books, both on military-technical and military-historical topics ... And I can say (after reading about 7-8 of his books), without singing along with critics, that he is too pretentious in some of his conclusions. .. And then, to be honest, they are confused by super-encyclopedic "knowledge" on practically various radically opposite topics, and too supposedly encyclopedic knowledge in any sector of military history ...

          I understand that when Marinina-Dontsova writes a detective book a month ... But when an author, claiming to be serious, writes 8-9 books on military history topics, this inspires some fear about the accuracy of the data presented by him ...

          Even if he has access to imaginable and unthinkable archival documents, after all, time is needed for their processing and comprehension ... And here - cheesecakes are baked in the mountains ...

          PS This is purely my subjective opinion ...
          1. ssergn
            ssergn 16 February 2016 07: 00
            0
            Perhaps he uses the services of technical consultants, professional historians, etc. In principle, if you need to do quality work, especially in a short time, then you can not do without it.
        4. Boa kaa
          Boa kaa 14 February 2016 12: 44
          +2
          Quote: EvgNik
          Well, there are lovers to seek out the slightest inaccuracies in articles
          This is just a professional look at things that everyone writes about who has heard something about them at least out of the corner of their ears.
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      2. Misha Honest
        Misha Honest 14 February 2016 09: 23
        14
        Quote: Ami du peuple
        It seems to be well written, but this author’s passage multiplied everything by zero

        Not that passage, but this one finished off me more:
        Well, 2000 or at least 500 such special warheads over Latvia will explode. Whoever wins Latvia will turn into a radioactive desert, and the radiation background that in Moscow, that in Paris will remain within the normal range. I think so.

        Chernobyl alone was enough to cover Europe and the European part of Russia with radioactive clouds ... and here it is ... Another example - Fukushima - the dust flew around the world several times from there. We must at least sometimes think that you write ...
        1. Ami du peuple
          Ami du peuple 14 February 2016 09: 39
          +3
          Quote: Misha Honest
          Not that passage, but this one finished off me more:
          Well, explode 2000 or at least 500 of these special warhead over Latvia. Whoever wins, Latvia will turn into a radioactive desert, and Background radiation what in Moscow what in Paris will remain within normal limits. I think so.
          Chernobyl alone was enough to cover Europe and the European part of Russia with radioactive clouds ... and here it is ... Another example - Fukushima - the dust flew around the world several times from there.

          You're absolutely right, it's even worse. I confess, I got to the words about "Perimeter" and stopped reading further - it was jarring. Undermining "2000 special warheads over Latvia" - at all in any gate. Ugh, God forgive me, what a shame. sad
          Although, perhaps the keywords here are "I think so." I remembered how my immediate boss used to say: "Thinking is the privilege of the smart." Shirokorad Alexander is clearly one of them.
          1. zaboyschik
            zaboyschik 15 February 2016 14: 15
            0
            Stupid marshal, in the fourth fissile material reactor there were several thousand small special munitions.
        2. veksha50
          veksha50 14 February 2016 10: 39
          +8
          Quote: Misha Honest
          Chernobyl alone was enough to cover Europe and the European part of Russia with radioactive clouds ..



          I happened to see a map with zones of defeats (with two zeros of secrecy, of course) ... So Siberia and the Urals (that is, the Asian part) got there from Chernobyl ... Winds, rains ...
        3. Lekov L
          Lekov L 14 February 2016 11: 17
          +7
          On the one hand there is
          stylistic figure of explicit and deliberate exaggeration, with the aim of enhancing the expressiveness
          by the author, called hyperbola.
          The character or situation depicted may also be hyperbolic.

          (c) Literary Encyclopedia. - The 11 t .; M .: V.M. Fritsche, A.V. Lunacharsky. 1929 — 1939.

          As for Moscow and Paris, it is also criticized .. especially remembering where our Peter is.

          But 2-3 XT on the 10-15 kT each of the Baltic republics survive, but will not suffer (!). wink
          Only after such explosions all of Europe shut up another years on 70.
          The question of price, including the lives of our people in the same St. Petersburg and Kaliningrad.
          The author did not write about this - this is more important.

          And I put plus the article - a timely article, it would be read by our "partners".
          Best regards
          1. Boa kaa
            Boa kaa 14 February 2016 13: 42
            +6
            Quote: Lekov L
            Only after such bombings will the whole of Europe shut up for another 70 years.
            I think the opposite: they will screech like piglets in a slaughterhouse!
            Quote: Lekov L
            The question of price, including the lives of our people in the same St. Petersburg and Kaliningrad.
            The author did not write about this - this is more important.

            Peter is sorry ... The long-suffering hero city. But about Kaliningrad ... the wind rose is called.
            And then, NATA itself recognized that without nuclear weapons the RF Armed Forces would occupy these geographical misunderstandings in 3 days. So is it worth it to get dirty if they will again be part of the Russian Federation, as it was before the 1917 year.
            1. Alexey RA
              Alexey RA 15 February 2016 13: 30
              +1
              Quote: Boa constrictor KAA
              Peter is sorry ... The long-suffering hero city. But about Kaliningrad ... the wind rose is called.

              There is another question - what kind of explosions will be. If airborne, then maybe Peter will carry it. smile
              In addition, even with the CWP I remember that radiation from a military atom falls off much faster than from a peaceful one. We were then asked to calculate how long after the release at the LNPP it would be possible to leave the shelter, and were warned that the formulas from the manual on nuclear weapons cannot be taken - "the infection of nuclear weapons decreases much faster."
        4. zaboyschik
          zaboyschik 15 February 2016 14: 14
          -1
          Mikhail, you compare the incomparable, and the author is completely right, at the time of the Chernobyl accident, there were 190 tons of radioactive materials in the active zone and adjacent rooms. How many low-power atomic special ammunition? I think just a few thousand. Another thing is that the spread of infection in an atomic explosion will be incomparably greater.
        5. zaboyschik
          zaboyschik 15 February 2016 14: 31
          0
          And where is my koment gone? In the fourth reactor, there were 190 tons of radioactive materials, just for one thousand special small-capacity munitions. The author is right and you are not.
        6. gvozdan
          gvozdan 15 February 2016 21: 03
          +2
          As I understand it, a nuclear explosion and a fire with an ejection at Chernobyl are slightly different things. Specialists will better explain.
      3. spiriolla-45
        spiriolla-45 16 February 2016 11: 28
        0
        Everything will be so if our rulers do not sell us again.
        And it was, only in my memory, more than once. Considering what a liberal shushera takes place at the helm of the country, this option is quite possible.
    2. Max_Bauder
      Max_Bauder 14 February 2016 10: 10
      +1
      I fully agree with the article. good
    3. max702
      max702 14 February 2016 11: 19
      +5
      Regarding England .. "Status" can swim to it and much faster .. These are definitely deserved in total ..
  2. venaya
    venaya 14 February 2016 08: 11
    21
    in England, the media have always been extremely deceitful and always denounced Russia

    Hatred is more like the basis of their life, the only way to make money "for bread".
    "Peter the Great cut a window into Europe, and Yeltsin pounded it, leaving a small window"- It's hard to disagree with this, everyone understands this and uses it.
  3. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 14 February 2016 08: 19
    13
    “In the event of a NATO war with Russia, Poland will get rid of a few bruises”

    Another stupidity of the Polish "strategists" could be ignored, but in fact they really think so in Poland. Considering that pumping Poland with NATO forces will save this country, they do not think about elementary things - there will be a retaliatory strike against the accumulation of these forces, that is, against Poland. And bruises here will not get off. Stupidity rushes straight out of Polish ears.
  4. hrych
    hrych 14 February 2016 08: 21
    21
    I’m afraid Turks and Saudis, they want to call a monster and in the near future they will find out what the local use of nuclear weapons is, and the terrain is ideal - wasteland.
    1. Oquz
      Oquz 14 February 2016 12: 29
      -1
      You are Russian cowards! WITHOUT NUCLEAR WEAPONS YOU ARE NO ONE! You can afford such countries as Georgia, Ukraine ,,,, or some sort of terrorist groups ,,,, and when it comes to such powerful countries as Turkey and C, Arabia immediately you remind about nuclear weapons !!! that's why you are cowards.!
    2. cap
      cap 14 February 2016 12: 34
      +6
      Quote: hrych
      I’m afraid Turks and Saudis, they want to call a monster and in the near future they will find out what the local use of nuclear weapons is, and the terrain is ideal - wasteland.


      The dog is cute. He remembered the Baskervilles dog. The current owners of the estate have a real opportunity to get a desert instead of a swamp, and to breed camels.
    3. Victor Demchenko
      Victor Demchenko 15 February 2016 07: 42
      +4
      for fotouooochenno big +! beautiful! good
  5. amba balamut 77
    amba balamut 77 14 February 2016 08: 22
    11
    To the last, the Naglosaks will set their watchdogs of the Ottomans and Saudis against us, the Syrians are of secondary importance to them. And they themselves, as always, will be rats because of Akiyan and the Strait to watch.
  6. 149GB
    149GB 14 February 2016 08: 24
    19
    We are hated by many))) We have everything-oil, gas, forest, water, a lot of clean water! And they almost got it all, and Putin showed them a long fuck! as I understand them ....
    1. EvgNik
      EvgNik 14 February 2016 08: 53
      14
      Quote: 149RUS
      We have everything-oil, gas, wood, water, lots of clean water!

      And huge spaces, a rare population. And they have crowding, immigrants are pushing, in the states of Yellowstone will soon work ... In general - sushi oars.
      1. beck
        beck 14 February 2016 09: 18
        +4
        about super-volcanoes, they are not few in America, and they begin to wake up
        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c0-17ODvRBs
        1. veksha50
          veksha50 14 February 2016 10: 42
          0
          Quote: beck
          about super-volcanoes, they are not few in America, and they begin to wake up



          It was their stupid amersky politicians who woke ... on their own head ...
          1. MSL
            MSL 15 February 2016 15: 56
            0
            Well, yes, and he (the volcanoes) has set up GDP alarms.
      2. hrych
        hrych 14 February 2016 09: 43
        13
        Most of the US territory is desert, the population is concentrated in the coastal zone. In addition to the threat of earthquakes, tsunamis and the prospects for the actions of supervolcanoes, there are constant tornadoes and tornadoes, a joke, but the tornado almost destroyed the metropolis - New Orleans. And this is a bell. Also, if we take Latin and South America, we see the empires of antiquity, with megalopolises, etc. civilization is developing, etc. During the colonization of the USA, white settlers encountered only tribal savages living in wigwams, not cultivating land, the cause of the backwardness of the population, in comparison with the southern relatives, may be hiding in the natural disasters of the area, and shortly (a hundred, two years) before the arrival of the pale-faced. These things should stop the existence of this disgusting state. What kind of disaster, let's see, but it’s time to ...
        1. cap
          cap 14 February 2016 12: 26
          +2
          Quote: hrych
          These things should stop the existence of this disgusting state. What kind of disaster, let's see, but it’s time to ...


          Well, if you close it, then for 300 years, or how long is the half-life there.
          History repeats itself. The Incas wrote in bundles, it seems for good reason.
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  7. Kos_kalinki9
    Kos_kalinki9 14 February 2016 08: 26
    11
    Well, explode 2000 or at least 500 such special warheads over Latvia. No matter who wins, Latvia will turn into a radioactive desert, and the radiation background in Moscow and Paris will remain within the normal range. I think so.

    That is, the Baltic states already need not worry about anything. Everything has been decided for her. Sleep is calm Baltic "tiger". Amen.
    1. Nyrobsky
      Nyrobsky 14 February 2016 10: 34
      +7
      Quote: Kos_kalinki9
      That is, the Baltic states already need not worry about anything. Everything has been decided for her. Sleep is calm Baltic "tiger". Amen.

      And not only the Baltic states. As I understand it, they decided everything for urkaina too.
      Then the other day I ran across the Internet on one map of the future of Ukraine from a mattress film, which I want to share with a respectable audience.
      And yet yes, in another photo, Crimea was designated Russian, it is a pity that the photo did not save
      1. Kos_kalinki9
        Kos_kalinki9 14 February 2016 10: 54
        +9
        Well, why, such a normal card. Real so to speak. I scored in a search engine: Ukraine on Polish maps. Kindly, this is what gave out: (what Romania doesn’t know about, but the panamas in Warsaw are more visible)
  8. Oleneboy_
    Oleneboy_ 14 February 2016 08: 28
    +7
    I don’t understand why they hate us? Probably the country is big. And they don’t have one. The toad is crushing
    1. yuriy55
      yuriy55 14 February 2016 08: 33
      27
      They hate us because they don’t understand. They won’t understand why the British Empire collapsed, over which the sun never set, and Russia lived, lives and will live ... what

      And here everything is simple:
      If there is only one farm left for the Russians, then Russia will be reborn.
      Nikolai Vasilyevich Gogol

      yes
      1. Valenok
        Valenok 15 February 2016 09: 00
        +2
        Quote: yuriy55
        They hate us because they don’t understand. They won’t understand why the British Empire collapsed, over which the sun never set, and Russia lived, lives and will live ... what

        And here everything is simple:
        If there is only one farm left for the Russians, then Russia will be reborn.
        Nikolai Vasilyevich Gogol


        Here, Gogol’s speech is about a worldview human concept, which during the years of his life, prevailed on the lands of Russia. Due to the fact that the percentage of the rural population - the main carrier of this concept was quite large.
        Today, in this regard, we are not much different from the same England. We have already left "one farm". We differ only in that the current commander-in-chief is from that very farm. Well, or from the neighboring one.
        But man is not eternal, but a continuous swamp around.
        And therefore, I do not see any special reasons for optimism.
    2. V.ic
      V.ic 14 February 2016 09: 08
      +2
      Quote: Oleneboy_
      why do they hate us?

      The psychology is gangster-trading. Accustomed to rob, but with Russia so far bummer. As for psychology: it’s a joy to them when a cow died at a neighbor, because a neighbor will come to borrow some money ...
      1. DMM2006
        DMM2006 14 February 2016 13: 04
        +6
        With Russia not yet, but now a bummer.
        All these 90s came off at our concessions as best they could. And then V.V. not only took the concessions, but also made an offer to sell their assets on our territory "from which they could not refuse."
        So they choke with saliva from anger and greed.
        Well, to hell with them. Impudent since the 15th century we climb like lice. And nothing is living. Yes, it can be very unpleasant, sometimes you want to etch their entire nest, well, or burn it out for nothing.
        But we are Russian people, patient. For the time being tolerated.
        Well, if they themselves do not rest in their upcoming "British Caliphate" and "Bavarian Emirate", then apparently as in the old days we will have to convince them of our peacefulness, according to the results of the parades of OUR troops along the main streets of THEIR capitals.
    3. max702
      max702 14 February 2016 11: 29
      +5
      Quote: Oleneboy_
      I don’t understand why they hate us?

      What's not clear? We have a very large development potential, we have everything for this, both material resources and human resources, and accordingly, if we are left alone and not strangled at the very beginning of development, then in a few decades it will be impossible to compete with US not in the water area, but this is goodbye well-fed comfortable life! What we absolutely do not want .. We have such a Madame supermodel Vodianova .. So she married a real British lord in her youth and said about him like this "- Just imagine he does not work in the FIFTH generation!" that is, for five generations, his family did not work! And how do you think people like this lord want their descendants to be forced to go to work to feed themselves and their children? Yes, they will erase the whole world into dust in order to prevent this! And our country is precisely the threat in this scenario .. Therefore, we will be pressed by absolutely any means ..
    4. CokeJI
      CokeJI 16 February 2016 22: 47
      0
      stop it, no one hates us. for their elite it’s just a business, and nothing personal. and for cattle you can come up with a million reasons why you need to hate someone.
  9. Bonati
    Bonati 14 February 2016 08: 37
    31
    Read on the Censor in the comments:
    "Last night the fighters of the Azov battalion cut out a company of Russian paratroopers. They wanted to cut out the second company, but they ran out of colored paper."
    Trolls dill slowly laughing
  10. vic58
    vic58 14 February 2016 08: 42
    +9
    Hmmm, after reading "A Song of Ice and Fire", it's time to fence off the wildlings! And then the Baltictus will evolve from radiation into a new homo ... and the pigs will fraternize to the eurocro! This film is just the preparation of the society. Indeed, in Britain, experiments on "crossing humans and animals" were allowed. As Winnie-the-Pooh said: "it's not without reason ..." hi
  11. Red_Hamer
    Red_Hamer 14 February 2016 08: 50
    10
    Guess the "Russian monster" in the picture!
    1. udincev
      udincev 14 February 2016 10: 50
      +1
      Quote: Red_Hamer
      Guess the "Russian monster" in the picture!

      Honestly - I did not find ...
      Only the United States and the Turks in the British uniform.
      Why would ...?
    2. Kunar
      Kunar 15 February 2016 08: 35
      +1
      Suvorov and Masenna))))) Beat was a French general. But contemporaries had a different opinion on this score)))) That's where propaganda's legs grow))))
  12. Red_Hamer
    Red_Hamer 14 February 2016 08: 52
    21
    Or else, the same "Russian monster" in this form, hint, this is the 18th century.
    Okay, don't strain, it's Alexander Vasilyevich Suvorov! Through the eyes of the "civilized" west.
    1. Shurik70
      Shurik70 14 February 2016 19: 21
      +2
      Quote: Red_Hamer

      hint, this is the 18th century.


      Hmm ...
      And whose troops is it that so spectacularly destroys Alexander Vasilievich?
      Flags of the fleeing troops are blue-white-red. Similar to French, only horizontal.
      1. Alexey RA
        Alexey RA 15 February 2016 13: 36
        +1
        Quote: Shurik70
        And whose troops is it that so spectacularly destroys Alexander Vasilievich?
        Flags of the fleeing troops are blue-white-red. Similar to French, only horizontal.

        Judging by the signature to the drawing, the French army is being destroyed.

        As for Alexander Vasilyevich, he was considered in Europe through the prism of pacification of Poland in 1794.
  13. Gormenghast
    Gormenghast 14 February 2016 08: 54
    20
    What to expect from stupid Russophobes who have not learned anything, and All have forgotten.

    Who are the Russians? But who.

    Addicts sadists killing noble Amer blacks:



    Torture Specialists, Again, Courageous Amers.



    Barbarians who spit on the law, lovers of vodka and 9,2 mm pistols.



    And just beast-like monsters.



    Here are the Russian gloomy geniuses.



    Here are Russian drunken astronauts with sledgehammers.

    1. da Vinci
      da Vinci 14 February 2016 12: 14
      +3
      These are the Russians in Hollywood films - it's irony, a joke, etc. If you showed an American in the same style but in a Russian film - "scoop" (although in the USSR Americans were shown in cattle only in the 50s of the XX century) "the revival of the Iron Curtain", "the return of the Cold War", Sobchachka with Makarevich and their similar "liberals" (what kind of liberals are they?) would have become hoarse in a squeal !! wassat
      1. Gormenghast
        Gormenghast 14 February 2016 12: 44
        +6
        21 films about Russians filmed after 92.

        http://www.informdetox.com/?p=8393

        Nothing has changed - the Russian mafia; stupid Russians; Russians stealing nuclear weapons; Russians selling nuclear weapons to all kinds of terrorists; Russian drug lords; Russian mafia generals; Russian gloomy geniuses cherishing the dream of cutting out all of humanity; a two-meter layer of dirt in Moscow; locomotives of the XNUMXth century; Russian nationalists; Russian schizophrenics; Russians carving white Chechens, etc.
      2. aba
        aba 14 February 2016 22: 46
        +4
        Such Russians in Hollywood films are irony, a joke, etc.

        Dear friend! It’s you who think that it’s irony, a joke, etc. And for whom these films are made, that's how they perceive everything.
  14. Neophyte
    Neophyte 14 February 2016 08: 59
    11
    Anglo-Saxons have a hatred of Russia at the genetic level! Maybe this is already a disease? When watching Western films, you should always rejoice and laugh when the characters are covered with a copper basin! Is it a pity that our filmmakers do not show our enemies in their true form?
  15. KRIG55
    KRIG55 14 February 2016 09: 05
    +7
    Recently, people (not all, of course) have become very free to use the possibility of using nuclear weapons. Maybe it makes sense to bring the most rabid ones to the Chernobyl NPP? Let it cool down a bit.
    1. cedar
      cedar 16 February 2016 16: 21
      +1
      It is appropriate to recall the presence of a “trigger effect” in nature, when a minor impact can lead to enormous changes. We must not forget that environmental processes are exponential and changes in nature occur not only evolutionarily. There are thresholds (energy, etc.), the excess of which threatens with sharp qualitative transformations, i.e. CATASTROPHES!
  16. dchegrinec
    dchegrinec 14 February 2016 09: 28
    +1
    And why did they become attached to this Baltic? Whoever needs it, attack it ... pass by, if only, use it as a road, maybe. But only to iron out the country that will attack itself. Although there are cruise missiles, they will do everything themselves ..
  17. Gormenghast
    Gormenghast 14 February 2016 09: 42
    +4
    Balts and pedropoles hope to hide from TNW in the refrigerator laughing , like this:
  18. user3970
    user3970 14 February 2016 09: 56
    19
    We must recall the Ninstad treaty between Russia and Sweden, when Peter bought from Sweden for 2 million. gold efimkov all Baltic.
    1. Penzuck
      Penzuck 15 February 2016 09: 25
      0
      Quote: user3970
      We must recall the Ninstad treaty between Russia and Sweden, when Peter bought from Sweden for 2 million. gold efimkov all Baltic.

      And I think what Di Caprio Putin wanted to play.
  19. Koshak
    Koshak 14 February 2016 10: 29
    +1
    "Boom on ... this window ... back!"
    That's it! and make a normal double door. laughing
  20. Gormenghast
    Gormenghast 14 February 2016 11: 03
    +4
    Why, interestingly, Russophobes do not advertise such pictures:
  21. Goldmitro
    Goldmitro 14 February 2016 11: 34
    +1
    So any nuclear strike on the territory of Russia will automatically plunge all of humanity into a thermonuclear apocalypse.

    The same will obviously happen in the event of a nuclear strike against the United States! It seems that the USSR and the USA agreed in no case to collide directly in order to avoid mutual AUTOMATIC destruction! And this applies only to them! But with regard to the rest of the countries, which most often find themselves "on the front line", everything will depend on the specific situation (to what extent these countries FORCED to use "extreme force" against them, whether the superpower is ready to "fit in" for them, etc.) and the decision on the local use of nuclear weapons in this case will be implemented manually, so, in any case, these countries are NOT GUARANTEED against the use of nuclear weapons against them! So the gentlemen from the BBC should have analyzed before releasing such a film and whether the States would "fit" for them, in which case, because they themselves, obviously, are not able to stop the transformation of their land into a lunar landscape!
  22. cap
    cap 14 February 2016 12: 17
    +3
    "We read the report, wept and classified it. And they did the right thing. Money for missile defense today is given without restrictions, and if something happens, there will be no one to ask, and no one to ask."

    Therefore, they require dollars, paste the radars in six layers. Pasted with two did not help. laughing
  23. Oquz
    Oquz 14 February 2016 12: 28
    -2
    You are Russian cowards! WITHOUT NUCLEAR WEAPONS YOU ARE NO ONE! You can afford such countries as Georgia, Ukraine ,,,, or some sort of terrorist groups ,,,, and when it comes to such powerful countries as Turkey and C, Arabia immediately you remind about nuclear weapons !!! that's why you are cowards.
    1. Gormenghast
      Gormenghast 14 February 2016 13: 07
      +4
      1. The Bedouins are undeniably the strongest military power. laughing
      2. The biggest cowards, it turns out, USA. who used nuclear weapons against Japan; going to use in the Korean and Vietnam wars; drew 100500 plans for nuclear destruction of the USSR. Cowards, such cowards. laughing
      3. The Turks were beaten repeatedly, without any nuclear weapons. am
      4. Georgia Saakashvili and Ukraine Yatsenyuk are, of course, fascist countries whose behavior is subject to correction according to the decisions of the Nuremberg Tribunal. am
      5. When it comes to the existence of Russia - as a strong state, as a historical civilization, as a guardian of faith and the history of glorious ancestors - nuclear weapons seem to be the unshakable ally that provides WORLD. IF hordes of wild homosexual barbarians from the West are planted then nuclear weapons will speak and the living will envy the dead. And even hell will tremble with the wrath of Russia.
  24. iouris
    iouris 14 February 2016 12: 30
    +1
    The straits are the window to Europe. Peter I did not "cut through the window". To keep a hand on the "window leaf" required a series of dynastic marriages with the corresponding German princes, in particular, with the house of Oldenburgsky. Therefore, Russian tsars are 99% Germans by blood, so the heir to the last tsar suffered from hemophilia.
    About propaganda.
    Here is a double edged sword. It is known that it is possible to deceive some people for a while, but it is impossible to deceive everyone all the time. Therefore, if you are right, you have to play for a long time.
    "Eastern Latvia" is Latgale, i.e. part of Catholic Poland, not Protestant Courland. This part ceded to the newly formed Latvia in 1920, probably to exclude direct border contact between Soviet Russia and the newly formed Poland, which took possession of the Vilnius region.
    There were practically no Latvians in Latgale at all.
    The territory of the Dvina fortress was redeemed by the tsar, so the ownership rights to it should belong to the Russian Federation.
    The presence of an enclave in the Kaliningrad region is nonsense. This problem with NATO should be resolved peacefully, or else ...
    Without the collapse of the EU, NATO or Russia, it is impossible to resolve the tangle of contradictions.
    1. dgiguli1962
      dgiguli1962 14 February 2016 14: 03
      +1
      The hemophilia of the prince is a gift from the Britons,
      1. Kos_kalinki9
        Kos_kalinki9 14 February 2016 14: 57
        +4
        Quote: dgiguli1962
        The hemophilia of the prince is a gift from the Britons,

        We will be honest. Britons are out of business.
        Along with the death of Elizabeth Petrovna, the direct female line in the dynasty of Russian rulers was interrupted, and the male line was interrupted with the death of Peter II (1730). Elizabeth appoints the heir to her nephew - Duke Karl-Peter Ulrich Golshtinsky (1742), who we know by the name of Peter Fedorovich, and he was also called the grandson of Peter the Great.
        And so, starting in 1762, the Russian throne was under the Holstein-Gottorp dynasty, its family tree leading from Frederick I.
        Subsequently, the "Russian tsars" married Germans and only Alexander III's spouse made an exception ... she was a Danish, but also from the same Oldenburg house as the previously mentioned dynasty.
        As you know, at the palace, the nobles called their emperors and their offspring the Holstein-Gottorp family.
        The last Russian emperor had 1/128 Russian blood. There are, of course, some nuances, this is general immorality in imperial families, which is not an exception in the family of the “holy” emperor, so we still have hope for the presence of Russian blood in the veins of at least some emperors.
  25. Vladimir K
    Vladimir K 14 February 2016 13: 21
    +2
    Why do hundreds of nuclear weapons to destroy satellites? There are, and this was written about, ammunition that creates a powerful electromagnetic pulse. If used, the missile defense system will fail.
    And I recall how in those days, when the tsarist troops entered Berlin, the Russians staged a public flogging to the German grief-writers who insulted Russia. It would be desirable to carry out such a procedure with scribes (and not only) from Albion.
    1. Weyland
      Weyland 14 February 2016 15: 48
      +2
      Quote: Vladimir K
      the Russians staged a public flogging to the German grief writers,


      Why русские? The general who issued this order was ethnic German (like many other Russian generals). And the word "spiessruten", it seems, is by no means Russian ... laughing
      1. Vladimir K
        Vladimir K 14 February 2016 19: 11
        +3
        In this case, what you said is not important. The procedure itself is important, and possibly the result.
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  26. Kibl
    Kibl 14 February 2016 14: 19
    +5
    But interestingly, the "creators" of the film on the BBC have been at least once in Latvia, or have they looked at the map? Daugavpils is the second most populous city in Latvia and 70% of the city's population is Russian-speaking, they will gladly meet the Russian army! talks about autonomy from Riga. The Latvian capital has long ago hammered a bolt on Daugavpils and in general for the whole region, Latgale is a depressed region, it is brewed in its own juice, survives as best it can. For example, the locals had business, whole families were chasing fuel to Russia all day long , played on a huge difference in price. So the center got scared, they say, smuggling, the excise tax was not paid and everything was covered. And they did not think about what to feed families and children, and so in everything! All Latvian politics is corrupt, greedy, cowardly and mentally retarded !
    1. iouris
      iouris 14 February 2016 15: 25
      +1
      For the first time I hear about "Latgale province".
      According to the results of the first partition of Poland, Dinaburg was included in 1772 into the Pskov province of the Russian Empire, since 1802 the county town of Vitebsk province.
      Ethnically, Latgals are rather closer to Lithuanians than to Latvians.
      In general, the main economic class in the city were Jews and Russian Old Believers who fled here before the partition of Poland.
      It is interesting that when Lenin writes about "Latvian workers", he most likely means Jewish artisans in Daugavpils. Probably due to the proximity of Riga - one of the largest industrial centers of the empire.
      By the way, that his close associate Martov (Tsederbaum) comes from Dvinsk (Daugavpils). The nucleus of the RSDLP, the Bund, is a Jewish Social Democratic organization.
      Of course, in Daugavpils there are front-line moods in relation to Riga, but I do not think that this is a very significant political factor. The population of this region experienced so many changes in power that it developed mechanisms of political mimicry and a quick change of orientation.
      Even nationality.
  27. Gormenghast
    Gormenghast 14 February 2016 14: 41
    +2
    But there is an incredible ukrskaya peremoga. On the way senior comrades go. laughing But it turns out, like any surrogate, full of pathetic attempts vyser.

    Description: Father of the main character Valera is forced to flee Moscow - he is pursued by the mafia and the FSB. He sends his son to Ukraine, to a remote village, to his uncle ... The Moscow major suddenly falls into different ups and downs.
  28. Fox
    Fox 14 February 2016 18: 01
    +2
    Quote: Misha Honest
    Chernobyl alone was enough to cover Europe and the European part of Russia with radioactive clouds ... and here it is ... Another example - Fukushima -

    weapons and nuclear power plants are slightly different things ... no?
  29. behemot
    behemot 14 February 2016 18: 35
    -3
    we have thermobaric bombs, as far as I really don’t know, and it’s necessary to drop them on the enemy. And so it would be interesting to teach lesson freaks if necessary.
  30. neo1200
    neo1200 14 February 2016 20: 56
    0
    This English film is just another propaganda "masterpiece". Look what the USA can do there. The guys from England do not see the shores at all. You can make ten such films to arrange anti-Russian hysteria. It is possible to arrange anti-Russian hysteria in the Baltics. Lithuania to block the border with the Kaliningrad region, to show how strong we are, behind us is the United States and the entire free Western world. Yes, only the Balts have little guts for such a thing. when it smells like a real war. All these American henchmen will quickly leave for the United States to ask for help, but they will not come back.
  31. iouris
    iouris 15 February 2016 00: 50
    +1
    Air force = this is heavy artillery. The film, which was shot by the Air Force, is an excuse for a war against Russia and the Russians and an attempt to influence the subconscious of some Europeans. This war is being fought in various forms.
    The film shows mockery of the state symbols of the Republic of Latvia. Interestingly, not a single protest was heard about this. This means that the line between documentary films and invented reality is blurred.
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  34. Belousov
    Belousov 15 February 2016 08: 28
    0
    The usual propaganda. Our cinema is always shown flawed. Why don't our filmmakers do the same? Oh yes! We have all sorts of Mikhalkov-Bondarchukes at the cinema, they just need to fill their pockets, and ruin the patriots, but in fact, I recall a joke about how Mikhalkov went to church and was lost among the icons.
  35. Bayonet
    Bayonet 15 February 2016 10: 05
    0
    Well. Frightened, cleaned, charged.
  36. Evil 55
    Evil 55 15 February 2016 10: 55
    0
    Well, only an absolute nonsense or a modern-educated American can believe that nuclear war can be a panacea for frantic demo-capitalism ... more than 100 years of the radiation period is too long for a raw materials appendage of the West ...
    1. Red_Hamer
      Red_Hamer 15 February 2016 13: 13
      +1
      For "modern-educated Americans" and not only, games are made on this topic, such as (Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare) with all its sequels, and serials are shot, such as "The Hundred"! And this is unfortunate! This is what is being done in the World, what we see now. And the "masterpiece" given in the article is already, for the "individual" who grew up on that junk, that is why it is so easy for "this individual" to be assimilated.
  37. antifa
    antifa 15 February 2016 14: 55
    +2
    First of all, these jackals want to knock out money for their weapons from their budget, create chaos in Russia to overthrow the explosives so that they can easily master Russian resources. Nuclear war is drawn to intimidate the layman. But it’s difficult for me to answer ground operations. Brothers, be united ..
  38. galakt
    galakt 15 February 2016 16: 15
    0
    We will continue to closely monitor the Anglo-Saxons behind a large puddle and on the European peninsula, for the spread of their diseases around the world and around us. Intense exacerbation in the first half of each century became a relapse and our headache. Europe is worried with its eternal "to be or not to be".
    And it is time for us to decide on the age-old question: What to do?
  39. Old warrior
    Old warrior 15 February 2016 16: 54
    0
    These clowns have always amused that after the collapse of the Warsaw Pact and the Soviet Union they rushed into NATO, wretched ... Do these half-witted people really do not understand that we will somehow agree with NATO, but only after the scorched deserts remain from their lands ...
  40. Navy7981
    Navy7981 15 February 2016 17: 09
    0
    Now, now the "greats of the Balts" can begin to be proud wink. The first I will be struck at them! smile. It is they who turn out to be outposts of rape, and not (great ones), but I’m afraid I’ll disappoint the guys if they’re justified in spending an expensive thing on where you can do something easier - with a stick for example.
  41. SCHWERIN
    SCHWERIN 16 February 2016 05: 26
    0
    The author is right - it’s wrong whether ONE is important to be frivolous with the use of TNW over the Baltic states. WE IN THE CASE OF ATTACKING THE WEST AND US IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION, WE CAN APPLY NW. But whether it is applicable or not, no one knows.
    They are NORTH KOREA with two cardboard nuclear missiles until u .... ki to be afraid. But long ago they could have broken them (SK), but for some reason they don’t.
  42. walrus-a
    walrus-a 16 February 2016 08: 02
    0
    The main task of the amerikosov: to weaken the main competitor in the world arena, Russia, by proxy. Therefore, all means are good. So it was, is and will be! You have to work more and better in order to be not a "colossus with feet of clay."
  43. Scout
    Scout 16 February 2016 14: 45
    0
    It is clear that the author used an example of a film to tell about a much more terrible outcome ... But he himself said at the beginning of the article that he should pay attention to idiots.
  44. serg2108
    serg2108 17 February 2016 00: 31
    0
    Barack Obama tells Angela Merkel:
    - I have three buttons green, yellow and red: I click green and there is no Europe. I click yellow and there is no China. I press red and there is no Russia.
    Merkel thought, and then replied:
    - My grandmother had three toilets - gold, silver and earthenware, but when the Russians entered Berlin, SHE DID IN THE CORRIDOR !!! laughing