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Yeltsin Center Tour

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On the May holidays, I decided to cultivate and visit the Yeltsin Center (aka Yeltsin Museum) to learn more about the heroic biography of the first president of the new Russia, freed from the bloody yoke of the Communists. Before visiting the museum from Boris Nikolaevich's glorious past, I remembered only a promise to lie down on rails, a wet wheel of an airplane, orchestra conducting and a fall from a bridge. But, as it turned out, Yeltsin also accomplished many good deeds, to remind which they built this museum for a modest seven billion oil pipes.




No matter what they say, the building is beautiful center. Together with the contents of two billion just pull. Everything around is clean, the fountains are different, the public walks relatively intelligent. In front of the building stands a monument to Boris Nikolayevich. Before that, evil tongues have said that the monument is made in the form of a bottle of vodka, plugged with a tennis racket, but this is not so. The first president of free Russia is immured into a stele and, leaning on something invisible, squinting, looks down at the expensive, you understand, Russians.

Inside the museum, the decor is very decent, there is a buffet and a restaurant with a good choice of liquor (prices are, however, atrocious), it smells nice everywhere, like in Turkish hotels. A lot of well-polite guards, reliably protecting the museum from various misfortunes. Prices for a visit to the museum are affordable: two hundred rubles per adult, if without privileges and titles. Instead of paying big money for the theater, a poor Russian can easily get his share of the culture in a museum. The smiling girl selling tickets tried to convince me to attend a modern art exhibition at the same center, but I honestly didn’t be sorry if I decided that culture would be enough for me without blue pigs with five legs.

Near the entrance hangs a large stand with the names of organizations and the names of people who have helped in the creation of the museum. It is nice to see how ardent patriots harmoniously coexist with terry liberals in the list. Perhaps this is the very unity of the entire Russian people, about which they have been talking so much lately. However, some patriots at the sight of the booth, seeing the name of the main fighter against the oligarchs among those he fights against, are embarrassed and begin to babble something about a particularly tricky multipurpose. I suddenly wondered at the stand how Soviet citizens would react if Comrade Stalin had built the Museum of Trotsky in Kirovograd to fight the Trotskyites.

In the dressing room you can see the gifts that Boris Nikolayevich presented to him in different years of his reign. From gifts I remember the magnificent two-handed sword - the dream of the Tolkienist. Undoubtedly cold weapon handed over to the first president for felling the communist hydra. Also struck by the presidential service armored car ZIL, who faithfully served the father of Russian democracy before the transfer to the products of the German automotive industry. The first president received many gifts from his comrades-in-arms, of which for some reason I remembered only Burbulis before visiting the museum.

Passing through the framework of metal detectors, we find ourselves in the museum itself. To warm up, visitors are invited to watch the short film “Russia in Search of Freedom”. To be honest, the film is not very: it is clearly designed for young people with clip thinking - the tedious meltiness of 3D characters, the rapid change of personnel and other "our response to Hollywood." And the graphics are not so hot, the introductory video of the game “Civilization” is more impressive. From the film you can find out in what a difficult way Russia from the beginning of time went to freedom, which came only in 90. Naturally, it was especially difficult with freedom in Soviet times. The filmmakers were modest and estimated the number of those killed by the Bolsheviks at only twenty million. For the sake of objectivity, it should be noted that the film was positive about the DniproHPP and the Great Patriotic War, but with the proviso that the whole of the great Soviet was “in spite of” and “with great sacrifices”. Here, the liberal filmmakers sang in unison with the patriots, who claim that all the gains of socialism were made by the mysterious "simple peasant" who was hampered by the Communists, constantly chewing on their party rations and occasionally postrelyavshie unfortunate peasant in the head.

Next, the visitor will have to go through a narrow corridor, filled with pre-Yeltsin-era expositions, broken down by main periods: coup d'état of a drunken sailor, red terror, NKVD torture chambers, Khrushchev's corn - everything is as usual. On the stands, posters of the Soviet era are competently interspersed with photographs of hungry children, innocently arrested and other horrors of the Soviet era. In short, nothing new. In each section dedicated to a specific period, a screen hangs showing frames of films and speeches of statesmen. Films are shown different, sometimes not from that era. For example, in the section of bloody Stalinism I managed to notice footage from the perestroika rendition film “Peers of Valtasar”. The screens were a bit annoying: the sound from different sources interfered, and it all looked like a Soviet cartoon about Niechochuha, which simultaneously showed several cartoons.

Slightly stupefying the nightmares of the Soviet era, the visitor climbs to the second floor, where he will have to familiarize himself with the “Seven days that have changed Russia.” In contrast to the days of the Lord’s creation, the seven Yeltsin’s days are not consecutive: coup, “filling counters”, adopting a constitution, overcoming default ... If I were the museum’s manager, I would add up to twelve to the number of Yeltsin’s feats: compare God’s love to God , but with Hercules completely. Such exploits as the First Chechen, the storming of the White House, slept through Ireland, the attempt to kill the KGB officers with the help of an electronic heart-stopper, dancing with the singer Osin, the tracks again ...

We must pay tribute to the creators of the museum, from seven days they sucked everything possible. Talk about all the exposure for a long time, I will describe only the most vivid. Day three, for example, is dedicated to saving the country from starvation. In one room is a typical Soviet-era store, existing in an alternative liberal reality: of the goods there are only three-liter birch sap and a pyramid of cans of seaweed, just in case glued to the counter. A nice young couple got acquainted with the exposition with me. The girl was surprised by the abnormality of the Soviet people, who, sitting on such a tough cabbage-birch diet, were able to defeat the fascists and something else to build there. And the young man was intently trying to pick off one of the cans to find out whether the bloody Bolsheviks indicated composition and calorie content in the products. But in another room for the contrast was shown the abundance, which came as a result of the reforms. Products for unknown reasons did not show (except for spirit "Royal" and vodka "Absolute"), but on the stand put a huge amount of the then household appliances and clothing, among which I touched and longing for the past youth saw the Turkish sweater "Boss".

One of the "days" was devoted to the scandalous election campaign "God forbid". The creators of the museum remembered it with a light touch of playfulness, slightly embarrassed, like some famous writer, recalling that in his childhood he had broken a grandmother's vase. They say, oh, how young we were, we didn’t really know how to organize pre-election PR, well, never mind, for the good of all! But October 1993 is shown somehow vaguely. In one of the rooms, police shields were piled in a pile (which is why many visitors decided that they did not manage to equip the hall), while in the other, bypassing various unpleasant moments, the creators immediately went on to the newly-made constitution, the articles from which various Russian stars read frighteningly movies and pop.

And, finally, the apotheosis of the whole exhibition is a hall of freedom, which in Russia did not smell like Yeltsin. The Bolsheviks, of course, also talked about freedom, but it was the wrong freedom. Not far away Communists believed that a person is free if he is provided with work, where he cannot be “optimized” or appropriated profit, free education in any quantity and other totalitarian dirty tricks. But those who were especially hard-nosed could not understand what Boris Nikolayevich brought them such freedom, if during his time people began to barricade the dwellings with iron doors and grilles, it was impossible to get to the institutions without a passport, the police acquired rubber oak, at the entrance to the airport they were shamed in prison, parents accompany children to school until they come of age. This is the hall of freedom that is precisely designed to dispel all doubts.

Freedoms, which the designers of the hall counted exactly five, are pillars with screens, on which various figures constantly talk about the freedom under which the screen hangs. Mr. Yeltsin brought the enslaved Russian freedoms the following freedoms: entrepreneurship (essential for the majority of the population), movement (not very relevant after the recent Turkish-Egyptian scandals), meetings and associations (about which they try not to mention after the events at the Swamp), thoughts and words ( about which bashfully they have been silent for ten years now; they don’t, in principle, prohibit thinking, but only infrequently and silently) and conscience (played with communist tyrants). The bewilderment caused a small number of freedoms guaranteed by the constitution: either the listed freedoms are the most important, or the hall is too small, or just not enough money for the rest.

Before going out, every visitor can democratically sit down on a bench next to the full-size bronze Yeltsin to mentally share with him the pain and think together about the fate of free Russia. I sat down, leaning on the warm side of the father of Russian democracy. And quite unexpectedly I dreamed that I would do on the site of the management of the museum, in order to get out some more money from the state budget. You can, for example, make live installations depicting simple men chained in communist shackles. Visitors would walk, and their fellow citizens, worn out by totalitarianism, would cling to their legs. And from time to time the first president would rush through the halls, breaking the chains and giving dear Russians freedom and democracy. Wow, isn't it? In total, it will take a couple of billions, a mere penny for our oil budget!

Suddenly, it seemed to me that Bronze Boris Nikolayevich read my thoughts, smiled patronizingly, and he was breathed by the wind of change with a light aroma of fresh fume.
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  1. Million
    Million 22 May 2016 12: 36
    +206
    I have no respect for Yeltsin, not at all ...
    1. vovanpain
      vovanpain 22 May 2016 12: 43
      +257
      Yeltsin, pah dog stinking. That's my attitude. angry
      1. Mosen6Ish
        Mosen6Ish 22 May 2016 13: 49
        +82
        in my opinion it’s not right to put two such figures side by side
        thereby put on one step - that is, equalize in level
        the figure of I.V. Stalin is largely controversial - but one thing is certain - he created the prerequisites for 71 years of peaceful life of our fellow citizens, but at the cost of certain victims
        but at the cost of the victims of Yeltsenism and Gaidar and other liberal ... what did we get in the end?
        1. vovanpain
          vovanpain 22 May 2016 14: 13
          +94
          Quote: Mosen6Ish
          thereby put on one step - that is, equalize in level

          My colleague, no one argues that JV Stalin and Yeltsin are completely different, if Joseph Vissarionovich took the country agrarian and with plow, he left behind the GREAT POWER, the winner in the Great Patriotic War, with the protection of nuclear weapons, which we use today, then the drunk of all Russia drank everything. hi
          Quote: Mosen6Ish
          but at the cost of the victims of Yeltsenism and Gaidar and other liberal ... that we eventually got

          About 14000000 robbed people got it, I don’t count about 1000000 who have welded up on the property of the USSR, about 3000000 elderly have died, these are 2 Hitler occupations, only with Yeltsin’s democratic orientation, you will agree that the figures are SCARY and they are not taken from the ceiling. hi
          1. umah
            umah 24 May 2016 09: 09
            +10
            As part of deelcinization, I propose to raze the center to the ground, drown all the monuments in the Pacific Ocean, and leave a small paragraph in the history books for him with Gorbachev: "Alcoholic. He participated in the collapse of the USSR. Guilty of the death of people due to chaos in the 90s." ... And sprinkle the grave with lime - so that the grass does not grow.
          2. yehat
            yehat 24 May 2016 11: 35
            -1
            Allow me, but it was not Yeltsin who began this.
            I perceive it simply as an unprincipled temporary worker
            and Gorbachev made porridge
            1. umah
              umah 24 May 2016 11: 51
              +7
              Yeltsin carried out privatization according to the most disgusting scenario, primarily in order to prevent a rollback to state administration. He scored Western loans in the West, and then there was a default on these loans and a sharp impoverishment of the population. Further, the Belovezhsk agreement is on the account of this trick, so if it weren’t for him, then this situation with Ukraine would not exist. Nekhilo for a temporary worker, right? Gorbachev started, but EBN did much more.
        2. Homo
          Homo 22 May 2016 15: 35
          0
          Quote: Mosen6Ish
          the figure of I.V. Stalin is largely controversial - but one thing is certain - he created the prerequisites for 71 years of peaceful life of our fellow citizens

          To be precise, the prerequisites were created by V.I. Lenin, and I.V. Stalin did not give the opportunity to ruin what was created. hi
          1. Bakht
            Bakht 22 May 2016 16: 11
            +18
            To be more precise, Lenin did not create anything at all. No prerequisites, no results. It is not in vain that Stalin pressed all this trash "Lenin's guard" to the nail
            1. Homo
              Homo 22 May 2016 21: 41
              +21
              Quote: Bakht
              To be more precise, Lenin did not create anything at all.

              Yes, what are you?
              - The Entente destroyed itself,
              - The RSFSR (and then the USSR) itself was created,
              - GOELRO itself was realized,
              - industrialization in itself has occurred,
              - the virgin soil itself has been plowed up,
              - Dneproges built itself,
              - in the Second World War, not the Soviet people won.
              In a word, is Lenin in any business at all? Does he have nothing to do with all this? recourse
            2. avia1991
              avia1991 22 May 2016 22: 26
              +9
              Quote: Bakht
              To be more precise, Lenin did not create anything at all.

              And where would Comrade Stalin be, not Lenin? .. Pra-avilna - in prison! And by no means would he become the Secretary General - for there would be no WHERE to become them.
              If you succumbed to studying History - this is your problem, but you do not need to put it on public display!
              1. sherp2015
                sherp2015 22 May 2016 23: 44
                -11%
                Quote: avia1991
                If you succumbed to studying History - this is your problem, but you do not need to put it on public display!


                Hmm ... ITS
              2. altel
                altel 23 May 2016 03: 00
                +2
                Comrade Stalin Comrade Lenin before 17g. I saw several times. And Comrade Lenin, Comrade Stalin, did not take arm by arm in cabinets and respected him very much. Each of them was in its place. In your logic, if there hadn’t been Stalin, there would have been no Mausoleum and monuments to Comrade Lenin and the city of Leningrad.
              3. PHANTOM-AS
                PHANTOM-AS 23 May 2016 09: 39
                +3
                Quote: avia1991
                If you succumbed to studying History - this is your problem, but you do not need to put it on public display!

                We are pioneers.
                We are not afraid of the Nazis
                let's go with bayonets. ”
                In vain
                Europe's fist pulled up.
                We cover them with a roar.
                Back!
                Do not dare!
                Steel
                the greatest
                communist organizer
                even
                herself
                Ilyichev’s death.
                Already
                over the pipes
                monstrous grove
                arms
                million
                folding in a shaft
                red banner
                Red Square
                up
                heaves
                a terrible jerk.
                From this banner
                from each fold
                again
                alive
                Lenin calls:
                - The proletarians,
                build
                to the last battle!
                Slaves
                unbend
                backs and knees!
                Army of the proletarians
                get slim!
                Long live the revolution,
                joyful and fast!
                It -
                single
                Great War
                of all,
                what history knew.
                [1924] V. Mayakovsky.
            3. Corporal Valera
              Corporal Valera 23 May 2016 01: 16
              +7
              Quote: Bakht
              To be more precise, Lenin did not create anything at all.

              Dear, if you completely simplify everything, then Lenin "created" Stalin, at least hi
            4. larand
              larand 23 May 2016 08: 27
              +14
              Quote: Bakht
              To be more precise, Lenin did not create anything at all. No prerequisites, no results. It is not in vain that Stalin pressed all this trash "Lenin's guard" to the nail

              Well, you, however, are bent. Lenin did the main thing - he gave the bourgeoisie an ass and gave the people the right to power. The fact that the people profiled the power and the bourgeois rule the country again is our fault, not Lenin's.
              And everything connected with the ebncenter is like an absurdity. The authorities built a nest to train their killers.
            5. Slavs
              Slavs 23 May 2016 08: 33
              +1
              And the electrification of the whole country? A educational program? Already at least something, unlike EBN ...
            6. Ros 56
              Ros 56 23 May 2016 08: 39
              +3
              Quote: Bakht
              then Lenin didn’t create anything at all


              Exactly, everything was created by Aliyev. hi
            7. I am human
              I am human 24 May 2016 08: 25
              +1
              Ignorance of history leads to liberals, and from this there are Khrushchev, Yeltsin and labeled - shameful Sh-in-a-l-b, which now denies the path that humanity will go anyway
            8. soloist
              soloist 24 May 2016 22: 26
              +2
              Lenin created a model of a completely new state and put it into practice, where there were no analogues in the world. There was a class of those who lived on non-labor incomes (see the list of this society by O. De Balzac, or in the works of K. Mars, Engels). Do you think they are ready to give their Money, which they received from not a great mind, and to give in favor of nationalization? Ask Abramovich, Chubais about this (you think they will voluntarily return them). My uncle received the Order of Lenin for the restoration of the Volkhov hydroelectric station. And for the destruction of the Sayano-Shushenskaya hydroelectric power station, how much should Red Tolik get?
              PS And in your families everything goes smoothly? And in a family of 140,0 ml. people are a little more complicated, they just won’t understand the Russian government because modern Nouveaux riches sit there, with someone's powerful support from above.
            9. soloist
              soloist 24 May 2016 22: 26
              +1
              Lenin created a model of a completely new state and put it into practice, where there were no analogues in the world. There was a class of those who lived on non-labor incomes (see the list of this society by O. De Balzac, or in the works of K. Mars, Engels). Do you think they are ready to give their Money, which they received from not a great mind, and to give in favor of nationalization? Ask Abramovich, Chubais about this (you think they will voluntarily return them). My uncle received the Order of Lenin for the restoration of the Volkhov hydroelectric station. And for the destruction of the Sayano-Shushenskaya hydroelectric power station, how much should Red Tolik get?
              PS And in your families everything goes smoothly? And in a family of 140,0 ml. people are a little more complicated, they just won’t understand the Russian government because modern Nouveaux riches sit there, with someone's powerful support from above.
          2. altel
            altel 22 May 2016 20: 44
            -12%
            He left the country destroyed by the civil war, several million homeless children and hundreds of thousands of revolutionary fanatics led by burry communist-internationalists.
            1. Homo
              Homo 22 May 2016 21: 44
              +12
              Quote: altel
              He left the country destroyed by the civil war, several million homeless children and hundreds of thousands of revolutionary fanatics led by burry communist-internationalists.

              You are an ignoramus! Learn the story. Only not liberal but real. For starters, read Makarenko. hi
              1. avia1991
                avia1991 22 May 2016 22: 28
                +3
                Quote: Homo
                You are an ignoramus! Learn the story.

                Do not mark the beads ..., Gennady. The obstinacy of some simply does not allow the assumption that there may be some other opinion.
                1. altel
                  altel 22 May 2016 23: 04
                  -3
                  Little lekbes for Gena and aviation 1991: Under Lenin, the NEP was introduced. This was the then liberal economists decided; here we will return the private traders and they will raise the economy. Private traders appeared in the form of "second-hand dealers. As now. Intermediaries. Their sea has developed. And the population began to" misunderstand ". As such, some bourgeoisie were thrown off, and then they got NEPmen. What happened during the NEP in the 20s is shown in" 12- These chairs "and" The Golden Calf ". One of the authors of these works worked at that time as an investigator in the police. Speculation flourished and very similar to the late 80s and early 90s in the country. And Makarenko had a direct boss F.E. Dzerzhinsky, it was he who was instructed to fight homelessness! He also created the Cheka and was responsible for the railways. JV Stalin stopped the NEP. It became clear that small and medium-sized business would not save the country. And in our countries now they only talk about it at the top (only business will save the country) Learn your own history of your country Gena and avia1991, "young putins." Your education is sound, it can be seen already by Western "Bologna" standards.
                  1. Corporal Valera
                    Corporal Valera 23 May 2016 01: 23
                    +2
                    Quote: altel
                    Little lekbes

                    How "LikbeS" is translated, do not tell me? All your writing is a separate phrase taken out of the context of history. And the population has always had "misunderstandings", there are and will be
                    1. altel
                      altel 23 May 2016 02: 23
                      -5
                      elimination of illiteracy Comrade Corporal Valera. Your generation has a knowledge gap. Instead of studying, you had to trade apparently.
                2. Corporal Valera
                  Corporal Valera 23 May 2016 01: 19
                  +1
                  Quote: avia1991
                  Do not mark the beads ...,

                  They removed the language, but the cultures overpowered.
                3. Homo
                  Homo 23 May 2016 17: 06
                  -2
                  Quote: avia1991
                  The obstinacy of some simply does not allow the assumption that there may be some other opinion.

                  I am for general development. Maybe people still have not read Makarenko. smile
                  1. avia1991
                    avia1991 24 May 2016 22: 25
                    0
                    Quote: Homo
                    Maybe a person still has not read Makarenko.

                    Yes, there, perhaps, there may be a misunderstanding, ITO .. lol
              2. altel
                altel 22 May 2016 22: 38
                -4
                The civil war in Russia ended in 1922-23. Lenin died in 1924 and everything was restored under Stalin. I graduated from high school in the USSR, and in the Russian Federation they are now taught that Lenin died in '91. Has the story begun in 1991 for 1991 air and genes? Teacher Makarenko did not write that the first five-year plan began in 1928 and 1500 enterprises were built, and in the second five-year plan another 4500 factories and factories? In 1924 the country had no money. To raise industry. You need to learn history. Read one book and have fun?
                1. Corporal Valera
                  Corporal Valera 23 May 2016 01: 33
                  +7
                  Quote: altel
                  The civil war in Russia ended in 1922-23

                  Total business something! And tell me, my dear, how to win the civil war, if you are building a new social formation, if you are not recognized by the entire world community, if you are in the ring of enemies (domestic and import), if you are cut off from all industrial centers, if you have crises follow one after another ... it will be very interesting to listen
                  1. altel
                    altel 23 May 2016 02: 25
                    -3
                    Are you talking about Russia under Stalin or about Russia of the faithful Yeltsinist Putin?
                2. jPilot
                  jPilot 23 May 2016 09: 48
                  +3
                  "Buddy" it is you who distort the HISTORY and "adjust", moreover, in a brazen way under your incomprehensible concepts (this is such a confusion). Read carefully the articles about the NEP, and indeed about the 10th Congress of the RCP (b). Here's at least this excerpt:
                  By the mid-20s, pre-war production volumes were restored. A trading network arose, and heavy industry enterprises were reconstructed.

                  “In December 1925, the 14th Party Congress adopted a course for the industrialization of the country. The grain procurement crisis intensified. The peasants lost interest in selling grain to the state due to the rise in prices for industrial products.

                  In the years 1927-1929. the grain procurement crisis intensified. This was the reason for the rejection of the NEP policy and its curtailment in agriculture, then in industry, and in the 30s - in trade.

                  NEP helped to restore the destroyed economy, to establish production, to organize trade, helped the country to survive in the most difficult economic period. "
                  Moreover, pay attention to the date of the end of the NEP, and your date of death of Lenin.
                  And Lenin’s merit lies precisely in the theoretical development of the country's development program, and it is not yet known what would happen if not Kaplan.
                  Find for a start and read if only if not the works, then the Dikreta adopted after the revolution.
                  Indeed, in fact, from 1917 (October) to 1924 (January 21, Lenin died), this is only 6 YEARS !!! During this time, the Revolution, the victory in the civil war, and the enemies swore from all sides, and not some kind of murmur, but the personnel troops, not counting gangs organized by fists and wealthy peasants ....... you can write a lot
                  And for example, since the departure from the power of EBNa in 2000 to this day, the economy in many respects is still oh, how far from the level of supposedly "near-death", as the liberals write, the economy of the USSR.
                  So my friend is you learn the story and do not distort it.
              3. altel
                altel 23 May 2016 01: 32
                +7
                Rather, Stalin inherited all this from him. By the way, Stalin opened the doors of Gokhran for the sake of industrialization, from where the treasures went abroad, gold seized from the church, fur, bread, caviar went to the same place, and machines and equipment were bought back with the proceeds. In contrast to Borka, in which they bought cola, bananas, rags or took them out of their pockets for natural resources, so NOMO and Avia 1991 20s both under Lenin and after until almost the end of the 20s raised the country "not-shakily and not-so-so." There were no collective farms, and there were no factories yet. All this is well shown in Nathan Rybakov's trilogy: "Dagger", "Bronze Bird" and "The Last Summer of Childhood." Now the films are Soviet about tsarist Russia, the revolution, the 20s and 30s they try not to show on TV. Otherwise, “all sorts of bad associations and comparisons” will appear in the minds of the electorate. Better the Mikhalkovskys; about the kind tsar, caring manufacturers from whom the workers received a ruble in gold a week and ate white bread and there was still left for vodka, about the generous merchants who donated millions to shelters and the beggars, about the economic landowners who showered the whole world with bread, and the peasants ate swan at that time
                1. Corporal Valera
                  Corporal Valera 23 May 2016 01: 51
                  +2
                  Quote: altel
                  featured in "12 Chairs" and "The Golden Calf".

                  Quote: altel
                  well shown: "Dagger", "Bronze bird" and "Last summer childhood".

                  Quote: altel
                  Now Soviet films

                  Quote: altel
                  Better Mikhalkovskie

                  You watch a lot of TV
                  1. altel
                    altel 23 May 2016 02: 28
                    -10%
                    And I read even more of yours. What did you hang one snot on your shoulder? Are you sitting in the Far East and clever about Chinese grub? Brains have not yet drunk your comrade corporal?
                    1. Cat man null
                      Cat man null 23 May 2016 02: 35
                      +11
                      Quote: altel
                      And I read even more of yours. What did you hang one snot on your shoulder? Are you sitting in the Far East and clever about Chinese grub? I haven’t drunk my brains yet.

                      Um .. colleague .. but doesn’t it seem to you that in some way you are diligently running into rudeness?

                      And about who was reading what and how much - it’s not immediately clear ..

                      Would you be .. more careful as if, or something .. request
                      1. Anglorussian
                        Anglorussian 23 May 2016 02: 38
                        0
                        On another branch, he violently lapses the DPRK and stigmatizes Jews and cosmopolitans with an admixture of homoerotics and a lot of rudeness.
                        Don't you think that you are diligently running into rudeness?
                    2. jPilot
                      jPilot 23 May 2016 09: 53
                      +4
                      Yes, you are also hamloe. And who ever allowed you to poke here.
              4. I am human
                I am human 23 May 2016 11: 12
                +3
                These talkers don’t read anything at all, they watch TV, so their brain brains are direct - liberal
                1. go21zd45few
                  go21zd45few 23 May 2016 19: 22
                  0
                  Why are you from Lenin, syphilitic, doing an idol. He, Lenin, is the same criminal as Yeltsin. Who unleashed a civil war as a result of which a mass of people was destroyed, who signed orders for the execution of Cossacks. who set up the red terror. And the activities of the faithful Leninist Dzerzhinsky led to the mass destruction of the intelligentsia in Russia. Similar acts were committed by Yeltsin and his team. As a result of Yeltsin’s activities, a Chechen war was unleashed, a lot of sensible scientists and experts emigrated to the west, how many people died in gang warfare and terrorist attacks, how many people died of starvation and not providing medical assistance. Here are two criminals of the 20th century , one wanted to build communism on the whole planet, and the second surrendered Russia to the west without war and ruined the economy. So Stalin is a benefactor in comparison with these persons.
                  1. ochakow703
                    ochakow703 24 May 2016 19: 26
                    +1
                    Well, you, damn it, vososhcheee! There are no arguments for your bileberd. This is the same as the "armored cavalry Buryat special forces" in the steppes of Ukraine. Have you found someone to compare? One created a state, the fruits of which we all still use despite the criminal activities of the other.
                  2. avia1991
                    avia1991 26 May 2016 23: 43
                    +1
                    Quote: go21zd45few
                    He, Lenin, is the same criminal as Yeltsin

                    Another "connoisseur of history". The textbook was probably published by the "Yeltsin Foundation"?
                    Quote: go21zd45few
                    Who started a civil war as a result of which a mass of people was destroyed
                    But really: WHO? Who made Nicholas II abdicate? Who orchestrated the February Revolution - also known as the "bourgeois revolution"? Who disrupted the supply of weapons and uniforms for Russian soldiers to the fronts of the First World War? ..and many more similar questions. You say - also Lenin ?? fool If this were so - the more such a person should cause genuine admiration for his abilities and omnipresence laughing
        3. svp67
          svp67 22 May 2016 17: 20
          +17
          Quote: Mosen6Ish
          in my opinion it’s not right to put two such figures side by side

          I was in this Center. Just as the author can note the talent of the architect. And the same I will share my observations.
          There are at least three bronze sculptures in museums:
          -bust of Peter 1 (in the replica of the cabinet of the President of the Russian Federation)
          bust of Catherine 2 (ibid.)
          -Sitting figure EBN (in the lobby)
          So, all three had their noses rubbed, and most of all, Peter 1, walking in terms of accessibility, he clearly loses EBN. A trifle, but symptomatic. Catherine’s nose is also very rubbed, that is, the people wish that they would bring happiness obviously not EBN.
          I was a little puzzled in the execution hall of the Belovoi house. For a long time I could not understand what kind of "cardboard panzer is there", or rather why? Since I immediately recognized it as a T80, but when I came closer and read the inscription on the front bulwark, I realized that they were trying to pass off the "eighty" as "little sister" - UDeshka, this is about the "level of truthfulness." The presented sample of the uniform of the federal troops in Chechnya also amused ... the same "pure truth" - they put what they could get, but if only it looked like it.
          So, that is certainly interesting, but in many ways the "abykakors" worked. And honestly the feigned politeness of the young people who were on duty "in the days" strained: "Hello, goodbye, come again." When the girls said this, something else, but when, when approaching the stairs, he blasted it, or rather commanded, there was no other word for it, the young man, to be honest, shuddered a little, immediately remembered a visit to the Lenin Mausoleum, there also "guys in uniform" were driving ...
          1. Grabberxnumx
            Grabberxnumx 22 May 2016 21: 28
            +7
            Countryman! The episode with the fall from the bridge in the bag is consecrated in this panopktum?
        4. EvgNik
          EvgNik 22 May 2016 17: 30
          +29
          Quote: Mosen6Ish
          but at the cost of the victims of Yeltsenism and Gaidar and other liberal ... what did we get in the end?

          Moreover, no one has yet counted the victims that we suffered during the period of liberalization and democratization. And it would be necessary.
          And in the center, you see, everywhere is security. So you can spit only in a paid toilet. Very sorry.
          1. cap
            cap 22 May 2016 18: 07
            +7
            Quote: EvgNik
            And in the center, you see, everywhere is security. So you can spit only in a paid toilet. Very sorry.


            Thank you. I will remember.
            It is a pity that getting there is not fate. hi
          2. altel
            altel 22 May 2016 23: 33
            +3
            Already figured. Like 13 million people. a return to capitalism cost the country.
        5. vlad_vlad
          vlad_vlad 22 May 2016 17: 39
          +25
          Quote: Mosen6Ish

          but at the cost of the victims of Yeltsenism and Gaidar and other liberal ... what did we get in the end?



          You received:
          1. Friedman-Prokhorov-Potanin-Khodorkovsky ... and then
          2. Putin, and from this, Nabiulin, Tkachev, Timchenko, Rotenbergs.

          and in general, gentlemen, patriots, how are you spitting on Yeltsin, the man who brought Putin here, eh?
          and why there is not a single comment on the topic that this center was opened by who? Putin Putin NEVER criticized Yelzin. And after the resignation he supported in every possible way.

          you are some wrong "putintsy".
          1. yehat
            yehat 24 May 2016 11: 39
            +2
            Yeltsin brought Putin - yes, but he and his entourage did not at all expect Putin to be more independent and sane
        6. sherp2015
          sherp2015 22 May 2016 23: 41
          +10
          Quote: Mosen6Ish
          but at the cost of the victims of Yeltsenism and Gaidar and other liberal ... what did we get in the end?

          What did you get ...
          The death of the USSR,
          Millions of dead, refugees, the destruction of the Industry, the humiliation of the Russian people and a lot more negativity
        7. ordinary
          ordinary 23 May 2016 09: 09
          +3
          what are we talking about! and Lenin and Stalin were the creators of the state, which they already were and were .. there were both good and bad .. Yeltsin was just drunk and the destroyer of the state !! its level is a trucking company!
        8. troyan
          troyan 24 May 2016 09: 57
          -1
          Quote: Mosen6Ish
          but at the cost of the victims of Yeltsenism and Gaidar and other liberal ... what did we get in the end?

          Putinism (Putinism).
      2. 79807420129
        79807420129 22 May 2016 13: 53
        +38
        Quote: vovanpain
        Yeltsin, pah dog stinking. That's my attitude.

        Only tell the last name Yeltsin. BE YOU DAMN THE JAKAL MATTRESS!
        1. sgazeev
          sgazeev 22 May 2016 14: 25
          +15
          Quote: 79807420129
          Quote: vovanpain
          Yeltsin, pah dog stinking. That's my attitude.

          Only tell the last name Yeltsin. BE YOU DAMN THE JAKAL MATTRESS!
        2. shtanko.49
          shtanko.49 22 May 2016 15: 03
          +45
          I have no words to express all the hatred of Yeltsin and those who financed this project, a symbol of hatred of their homeland and the filth of the brains of youth with all kinds of bastards.
          1. Vadim237
            Vadim237 22 May 2016 19: 25
            -12%
            It's time to forget about Yeltsin - it is no longer there.
            1. jPilot
              jPilot 23 May 2016 10: 04
              +5
              Yes, there are no such characters as Humpbacked and EBN can not be forgotten, and especially what they did with the POWER with which EVERYTHING was considered, and especially the brazen were AFRAID
      3. Reserve officer
        Reserve officer 22 May 2016 16: 23
        +34
        There are no words. One Judas is awarded the Order of St. Andrew the First-Called, another memorial is placed. He needed to make a museum somewhere in the states. There is more appropriate.
        And here he is not worthy of a good memory ...
      4. moskowit
        moskowit 22 May 2016 16: 35
        +25
        If he beat an aspen, and judge the whole Yeltsin’s camarilla! The true Enemy of the People! And he also opens memorials ... I will give one of the examples of Yeltsin servility to the United States.

        "... Little known fact:
        As the director of the CIA, Robert Gates, during a visit to Moscow in October 1992, before flying to the United States, walked “parade” along Red Square in front of the cameras of TV reporters, saying: “Here, on the square, near the Kremlin and the Mausoleum, I am doing a solo parade victory ”(in the cold war). This story was not shown on Russian television - only in the West ... "
      5. rkkasa xnumx
        rkkasa xnumx 22 May 2016 17: 14
        +48
        They say that in the building of the Yeltsin Center there is also a library
        1. Dr. Sorge
          Dr. Sorge 25 May 2016 12: 11
          +3
          In the library with the same name, the palette can be found :)
      6. kuz363
        kuz363 22 May 2016 17: 17
        -14%
        Actually, the Russians themselves chose the president. So you have to blame yourself
        1. EvgNik
          EvgNik 22 May 2016 17: 37
          +29
          Quote: kuz363
          Actually, the Russians themselves chose the president.

          Are you so sure about this? Still believe in what people choose? I am truly sorry for you.
          1. PKK
            PKK 22 May 2016 18: 22
            +6
            And who is the author and mastermind, producer, so to speak in a modern way, of this masterpiece? I wish to know the hero. And for whom it was done. For the elect? Then there are clear questions. There are no adequate ones. Among the elect there are no.
          2. Stas157
            Stas157 22 May 2016 21: 13
            +17
            Quote: EvgNik
            Are you so sure about this? Still believe in what people choose? I am truly sorry for you.

            After all, they elected the president, after EBN, an unknown Putin! And, as the party United Russia became super popular, immediately from the moment of registration! But does anyone know the party’s economic program? Not! Because she simply is not!
            It has long been an impression that they will choose precisely those whom the authorities will point out, no matter who it is!
      7. altel
        altel 22 May 2016 20: 18
        +8
        In the Eurasian steppes there are stone idols - "stone women." "The spitting image of Borya." And this fucker was carried in the arms during the days of the August putsch !? According to the footage of the chronicle, there were many students, employees of all scientific research institutes, creative intelligentsia. Everyone wanted to "live like in a movie about America. "They wanted Coca-Cola, jeans, sneakers, a wheelbarrow. Farmers-shops will fill up with groceries. There (in the USA) even dogs are taken care of, and people have human rights. We were looking forward to the" Look "program, in which curly-haired guys talked about paradise life "over the hill." We must throw off the communists and we will live smartly.
      8. ordinary
        ordinary 23 May 2016 08: 56
        +1
        this one should spin in a coffin ... corrupt m @ duck!
      9. ksan
        ksan 24 May 2016 14: 00
        +1
        vovanpain (7) SU May 22, 2016 12:43 ↑
        Yeltsin, pah dog stinking. That's my attitude.
        But still, there are people on this site (20 people, judging by the minuses) who consider Yeltsin not to be a drunkard, a thief, and a mediocre politician who took part in the collapse of the USSR and almost brought Russia to this, but LIGHT OF DEMOCRACY.
    2. bronik
      bronik 22 May 2016 12: 48
      +77
      Thank you for not the mausoleum! Although for the money, they could ..
      And so Chubais and Gaidar in a separate room with boiling resin ..
      1. DMB_95
        DMB_95 22 May 2016 13: 17
        +7
        Quote: bronik
        Thank you for not the mausoleum! Although for the money, they could ..

        And this kunstkamera looks like a mausoleum from the outside. Above the entrance to the Lenin mausoleum it is written in huge letters - LENIN. Above the entrance to the Yeltsin temple, his name was added in a similar style.
        1. g1v2
          g1v2 22 May 2016 13: 27
          +4
          The same function. In general, I am amazed how much the 90s and the beginning of the 20th century are similar. And frankly, it gets scary. And yes, Yeltsin’s center is an analogue of the mausoleum. request
          1. lis-ik
            lis-ik 22 May 2016 14: 47
            -1
            The beginning of the twentieth century for the Russian Empire was not so bad in economic terms, except for two wars, but the war for Russia in my permanent state.
            1. altel
              altel 22 May 2016 23: 49
              +2
              What was good there? The Russian-Japanese war, Tsushima and defeat in it. "Bloody Sunday." Then the revolution of 1905. It’s all well with Mikhalkov the master from the films. If it were not for the Bolsheviks, then under the tsar-father an atomic bomb would have .Already many have noticed the similarity of situations .. Hurray-patriotic sentiments in society. Shapkozakidatelstvo. The feeling of the inevitability of a world war and redistribution of territories. Take Constantinople, the Bosphorus will be ours. Then the war, the continuation of theft and theft in the government, the top and surrounded by the king. Dark personalities. around the tsar they make fortunes on defense orders, the people are getting poorer, and in restaurants the elite and merchants drink champagne and buy diamonds. Music is playing. Only now all kinds of singing contests have been added and shows. Maybe you shouldn't laugh at Ukraine?
      2. NordUral
        NordUral 22 May 2016 13: 21
        +16
        They all need a boiler with boiling resin. The queue to throw firewood would not be impoverished.
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      4. RUSS
        RUSS 22 May 2016 13: 46
        -20%
        The result of the article is not clear, there are no conclusions, there is no analytics, in general, nothing.
        The man described how he went to the Yeltsin Center on the weekend.
        Who else will post an article in the style of "how I spent the May holidays."
        1. Homo
          Homo 22 May 2016 15: 37
          +14
          Quote: RUSS
          The result of the article is not clear, there are no conclusions, there is no analytics, in general, nothing.

          What for? The purpose of the article is not analytics and conclusions, and not to forget the actions of EBN! Read all the comments, here are the conclusions and analytics and much more.
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          2. RUSS
            RUSS 22 May 2016 15: 38
            -25%
            Quote: Homo
            But why?

            Well, probably yes, why? After all, you can write a win-win article about Yeltsin and once again mock it all together. One not clever wrote, and the rest echo.
            1. Altona
              Altona 22 May 2016 16: 58
              +24
              Quote: RUSS
              Well, probably yes, why? After all, you can write a win-win article about Yeltsin and once again mock it all together. One not clever wrote, and the rest echo.

              ------------------------
              The main sin of Yeltsin is the sin of Judah. He and Shushkevich and Kravchuk signed an agreement on the collapse of the USSR and the first, despite a terrible hangover, phoned American President Bush that the USSR no longer exists. Gorbachev had also dismantled CMEA before that. And who will forgive him now among the people? He who remembers this will never forgive.
        2. EvgNik
          EvgNik 22 May 2016 17: 41
          +6
          Do not tell Maxim. A similar article was promised and published. Personally, I am satisfied that someone visited this center without me.
      5. kepmor
        kepmor 22 May 2016 13: 46
        +22
        It is sad, however ...
        The opening of this "center of the name of Judas-drunk" prepares only one thing - who really rules the ball in our kingdom-state.
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        2. RUSS
          RUSS 22 May 2016 13: 56
          -14%
          The picture for the article was downloaded from the rotfront website, I thought it was the successors of the German left-wing radical organization RotFront (Red Front), but it turned out to be much simpler this is the party - the Russian United Labor Front, in short, on the recognizable name "Rotfront" they created their own party. laughing
        3. Homo
          Homo 22 May 2016 15: 47
          -1
          Quote: kepmor
          The opening of this "center of the name of Judas-drunk" prepares only one thing - who really rules the ball in our kingdom-state.

          This is if you look superficially. And if you look deep into and read between the lines ...? Why do we still remember June 22, Khatyn, Auschwitz and the Japanese Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Gloomy dates in history, but they must be remembered in order to prevent repetition. Here is the Yeltsin Center, we must remember such a black period in the history of Russia and not allow a repeat. This is a reminder for years to come!
          1. mihasik
            mihasik 22 May 2016 16: 49
            +27
            Quote: Homo
            Here is the Yeltsin Center, we must remember such a black period in the history of Russia and not allow a repeat. This is a reminder for years to come!

            Only now you did not read the essence in the article. The Yeltsin Center is FREE OF CHARGE to "teach" our youth that it was Yeltsin who became the savior of the nation. Do you understand the difference? And when this growth raised by the Yeltsin-Centers grows up, and this will be very soon, in 5-10 years, you will not prove to them otherwise. A whole generation has grown up without knowing what the USSR, Gorbachev and Yeltsin are. It will be the same as in Ukraine. This cesspool in the form of the Yeltsin Center needs to be closed. We need to collect signatures demanding the closure.
            1. Homo
              Homo 22 May 2016 17: 05
              +4
              Who knows where and teaches. Remember what they taught at EBN at Moscow State University, at MGIMO, etc. What was broadcast to us from the screens. This is not a reason to demolish Moscow State University and Ostankino.
              Quote: mihasik
              It will be the same as in Ukraine.

              There will never be in Russia what happened in Ukraine. Because it could already be, in the 90s, it did not work out. The train left.
              Quote: mihasik
              It is necessary to collect signatures with a request for closure.

              Hurray, forward, to the ground ...! And erase a whole page from the history of the country? And on what examples will we teach "growth"? You need to learn from your mistakes and not repeat again. And the content of the E-C can be corrected. Fill with real, truthful content.
              1. mihasik
                mihasik 22 May 2016 17: 45
                +11
                Quote: Homo
                Hurray, forward, to the ground ...! And erase a whole page from the history of the country? And what examples will we use to teach "growth"?

                Why to the foundation? No one forbade reading history, especially when there is a desire. For some reason, everyone remembers Judas, Mazepa, Trotsky, Vlasov, but they did not build mausoleums for them, but for some reason we must study the bitter history of Yeltsin's power in his personal mausoleum, and even with an inverted truth, and even in the country that he destroyed. This is not a slap in the face from the current government to the people? In our country, according to the Constitution, ideology is prohibited, but what falls into the "EC" if not a liberal ideology? Where is the Guarantor of the Nation looking then? laughing Or "winners" can do anything?
                1. Homo
                  Homo 22 May 2016 19: 09
                  -2
                  Why are the Egyptian pyramids not perceived only as a memory of a particular pharaoh and are not demolished? After all, they were far from soft and fluffy and Egypt did not flourish under all. And perceive the pyramids as part of the story.
                  Quote: mihasik
                  but for some reason we must study the bitter history of Yeltsin’s power in his personal mausoleum, and even with the truth turned upside down, and even in that country that he ruined.

                  Firstly, there is no body - this is not a mausoleum. Secondly, you can learn the truth about that period by putting everything upside down.
                  Quote: mihasik
                  This is not a slap in the face from the current government to the people?

                  And this is pathetics. Just in case, suddenly not everyone knows: Pathetics - receiving an appeal to emotions audience. Corresponds to the style, manner or method of expression of feelings, which are characterized by emotional elevation, inspiration, dramatization.
                  Quote: mihasik
                  Where does the Guarantor of the nation look then?

                  And this is the ending of all the speakers with a lack of arguments. Not enough arguments - go to the individual! hi
                  1. mihasik
                    mihasik 22 May 2016 21: 16
                    +7
                    Quote: Homo
                    And this is the ending of all the speakers with a lack of arguments. Not enough arguments - go to the individual!

                    All right.
                    Do you think that what is presented there is true?
                    Rewriting the facts about which the entire population of the former USSR knows and most importantly remembers (this is about the lack of arguments), is not it a way to impose their point of view on the events of the 90s? And this, in turn, isn't it called ideology and propaganda, in this case liberal? No? Or do you leave the right to the liberals, to bring their point of view to the “masses” by all available means, and to deny all other points of view as false or populist because in your opinion: “there are not enough arguments”? Especially when it comes to mentioning Putin?
                    About the Guarantor. Shouldn't he first of all observe the observance of this very Yeltsin Constitution, which was written with the help of advisers from the United States? So why then does the Guarantor not react to what is being presented there? Or was he misled by "evil courtiers" about the true goals of this center, when he allocated billions and when he personally opened it (the center)?) Where is populism and the transition to personalities? Can the Guarantor's duties be cited?
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                    2. Homo
                      Homo 23 May 2016 17: 21
                      0
                      Quote: mihasik
                      Do you think that what is presented there is true?

                      Let's start with the fact that people who have already been infected with liberalism go there, for "education".
                      They really don't need it. There will be no EC, they will go to another place.
                      Quote: mihasik
                      Rewriting facts about which he knows and most importantly remembers

                      You answered yourself. If a person KNOWS and REMEMBERS he will not accept the "new truth".
                      Quote: mihasik
                      So why then does the Guarantor not respond to what is being presented there?

                      First, how should he react? Second - is it so dangerous? Third - and who cares what they present there? Me - no, my children - no, my friends - no, 95% of my entourage - no. Is the harm from this so great? They will talk a little more and interest will be completely lost to EBN and liberal values. And do not arrange prohibitions, pogroms, persecutions - this will only foster interest in the dying away. Loud stocks as the wind sails. There will be no wind and everything will deflate itself.
                      1. avia1991
                        avia1991 25 May 2016 20: 58
                        0
                        Quote: Homo
                        who is interested in what is being presented there? Me - no, my children - no, my friends - no, 95% of my entourage - no.
                        Do not promise others! It will be very embarrassing and disgusting when it turns out that you were mistaken in evaluating other people's views ..
                        Quote: Homo
                        Is the harm from this so great?

                        Is the "lost generation" that grew up in the 90s not enough for you? .. But it is they who are now beginning to come to leadership positions.
                        Quote: Homo
                        If a person KNOWS and REMEMBERS he will not accept the "new truth".
                        I can agree .. although not 100%, and not in relation to all polls "remembering".
                        But if a person DOESN'T REMEMBER - due to age, and DOES NOT KNOW - due to the peculiarities of teaching History in Russia, then a competently composed fake, "gently" instilled in this person in a certain setting, may well become for him a "matrix of Truth" about which all the objections of the supporters of objective assessments will be consistently shattered.
                  2. sherp2015
                    sherp2015 23 May 2016 00: 04
                    +5
                    Quote: Homo
                    Why are the Egyptian pyramids not perceived only as a memory of a particular pharaoh and are not demolished? After all, they were far from soft and fluffy and Egypt did not flourish under all. And perceive the pyramids as part of the story.

                    Well, you compared the Egyptian Pyramids and the Yeltsman center))))
                    Compare this paltry elzman with Pharaoh,
                    about how louse with Rosa
                    1. Homo
                      Homo 23 May 2016 17: 10
                      0
                      Quote: sherp2015
                      Well, you compared the Egyptian Pyramids and the Yeltsman center))))
                      Compare this paltry elzman with Pharaoh,
                      about how louse with Rosa

                      In fact, for the Egyptians of that time, the pyramids were what the EC is for us now.
              2. EvgNik
                EvgNik 22 May 2016 17: 47
                +9
                Quote: Homo
                And the filling of E-Ts can be corrected. Fill with real, truthful content.

                And the main thing is to rename and remove everything reminiscent of EBN. Perfect option.
                1. Homo
                  Homo 22 May 2016 18: 58
                  +1
                  And I'm about the same, it will not be a memory of EBN but of that period. And leave EBN, otherwise the list of "negative characters" will not be replenished and the people will relax.
              3. Stas157
                Stas157 22 May 2016 21: 29
                +8
                Quote: Homo
                There will never be in Russia what happened in Ukraine. Because it could already be, in the 90s, it did not work out. The train left.

                But, after all, in 1991 the country collapsed! Better than in Ukraine! And no one even started to defend the country! On the contrary, many applauded freedom! They shouted a song: "Our hearts demand changes!" There were those who were just as inadequate as the Ukrainians on the Maidan.
                1. Homo
                  Homo 23 May 2016 17: 27
                  0
                  Quote: Stas157
                  But, in 1991, the country collapsed! Better than in Ukraine!

                  Invalid comparison. The USSR was essentially a union of states. And everything returned to the beginning. Bitter, bad, but not fatal. But Ukraine is completely different - it is an attempt to destroy the state (albeit artificially created, but today the state). Who will say that Libya is a state?
              4. avia1991
                avia1991 25 May 2016 20: 46
                0
                Quote: Homo
                And erase a whole page from the history of the country?

                But what: in order to remember this period, you need just such a "mausoleum" - many times larger than Smolny, for example? .. Is it just Boris's apartment for a museum is not enough?
                What - cannot be placed anything more valuable in such a building? .. For example, the Museum of the History of Russia is only TRUE, with all the pros and cons.
                .. And it would be even better to spend these 7 lards on improving the quality of teaching History in schools, and on creating a UNIFIED HONEST TEXTBOOK OF HISTORY!
            2. EvgNik
              EvgNik 22 May 2016 17: 45
              +4
              Quote: mihasik
              This cesspool in the form of the Yeltsin Center needs to be closed.

              Do not close, experience the action of the "Bulava" on it. It will be very symbolic.
            3. altel
              altel 23 May 2016 01: 09
              +1
              Yes, unfortunately, the brains are already fucked up. Ksenia Sobchak alone is worth what. How many followers does she have? Young people grind that the main thing in life is loot, and if it does, then there will be happiness (a wheelbarrow, a caterpillar, Red bull, beer, clothes.) soviet Russia, and where it’s profitable. They want to make baguettes from everyone. After all, Borya blessed the boys on the street selling Coca-Cola. So in the Union we were shown countries of the 3rd world before. Boys offering cigarettes on the street. Cola, newspapers, and they need to sit at their desks at school.
              1. Anglorussian
                Anglorussian 23 May 2016 01: 18
                -2
                the main thing in life is loot,
                It is as if necessary to ensure life. So far, communism has not come and give nothing in the store for free.
                1. altel
                  altel 23 May 2016 02: 49
                  0
                  Well, you don't have to pray for the loot, but Communism was already under Brezhnev. You were not in the plans yet. Have you seen anything but boobs and pussy? Did you buy Klava a new one for yourself? And then all the time in the Canaries you only warm your pimply ass. idol "iron". Also Tsakhal all admire. You only saw the army on TV, and what was there talking about snipers?
                  1. Cat man null
                    Cat man null 23 May 2016 02: 52
                    +1
                    Quote: altel
                    Communism was already under Brezhnev

                    - yah? belay
                    - well, more from now on ... and it’s already becoming interesting fellow
                  2. Anglorussian
                    Anglorussian 23 May 2016 03: 02
                    -5
                    all the time in the Canaries
                    Well, sometimes I also visit Portugal. It’s even better there.
                    tits and pussy what saw?
                    pimple ass
                    I’m in a geyrop from them for a day and night, I beat off driny, and homosexuals seep here too .. belay
                  3. Anglorussian
                    Anglorussian 23 May 2016 03: 04
                    -2
                    and what about snipers argued
                    With weapons and benchrest (and poaching) recourse ) a little familiar. Fortunately in Latvia they sell it in stores. And yes, do you seriously think that a resultant sniper shot at 2400 meters is like slamming a stack?
      6. Altona
        Altona 22 May 2016 13: 57
        +8
        Quote: bronik
        Thank you for not the mausoleum! Although for the money, they could ..
        And so Chubais and Gaidar in a separate room with boiling resin ..

        ----------------
        So this temple is more than the royal Winter Palace and probably costs the same. Only the tsar has vintage and stucco molding, while Yeltsin has high-tech in artificial marble.
      7. GriggoT
        GriggoT 22 May 2016 15: 38
        +9
        Gentlemen, in the former republics of the USSR, now considering themselves independent, museums of this type are honestly called museums of occupation ...
    3. Wolverine
      Wolverine 22 May 2016 12: 56
      +44
      And people like you or I will probably be 80 percent of Russians who, at the same time, have become impoverished, have lost faith in the future, etc. etc. For children and grandchildren, I will tell you everything because I survived all this.
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    5. siberalt
      siberalt 22 May 2016 12: 57
      +28
      The best name for this center is "the forge of liberal propaganda," or "brainwashing clinic." laughing And on the facade there must be a huge table indicating what this billboard cost our people, without its demand.
      1. Altona
        Altona 22 May 2016 14: 05
        +11
        Quote: siberalt
        The best name for this center is "the forge of liberal propaganda," or "brainwashing clinic."

        -----------------
        Palace of the Liberal Tsar Boris. By the way, I remembered his tax return for the year since 1998, where he declared a BMW S7 car for 50 thousand (!!!) rubles. Until now, I can’t forget such a successful purchase. laughing
    6. Finches
      Finches 22 May 2016 13: 08
      -8
      Fuck him! This is the same our story ... Like the memorial at the Kremlin wall, like the mausoleum on Red Square, like the tomb of the Romanovs in the Peter and Paul Cathedral, like the place of execution of the Decembrists near the walls of the Museum of Artillery and Communications ... Not the best period, but history, how said Vladimir Ilyich, this is a ball of thread! And each generation has its own winders for this ball ... In short, like Kushner's: "They don't choose the times! They live and die in them!"
      1. NordUral
        NordUral 22 May 2016 13: 22
        +40
        No, not to hell with him. For our money, our children and grandchildren will be brainwashed by the liberals who are not yet finished.
        1. Finches
          Finches 22 May 2016 13: 32
          +15
          I have the same extremely negative attitude to such a political figure as Boris Nikolaevich, but what you propose to etch and not to remember is what will be the biggest mistake before our children! It is necessary to openly discuss and say about this period that the figure of Yeltsin, like Gorbachev, like Nicholas II once ..., did more harm than good for Russia, because the people behind him held liberal-betrayed views paid because of the ocean!
          1. Letun
            Letun 22 May 2016 13: 48
            +27
            Quote: Finches
            I also have a very negative attitude to such a political figure as Boris Nikolaevich, but what you propose to etch and not to remember is what will be the biggest mistake before our children!

            Why do you confuse warm with soft ?! Who suggested etching something? The thing is that the traitor to the Motherland, for budget, and considerable money, hrenachat not such a frail monument. Let's put a monument to Ksenia Sobchak? Khodorkovsky, Puskam which raiot? And what? They are also part of the history of Russia, do not need to be etched out, otherwise all the descendants will suddenly forget about them? Koshma-a-ar ...
            1. Finches
              Finches 22 May 2016 14: 00
              +2
              The last time in my life I voted in the 1996 presidential election - casting my vote for Zyuganov! But there were a lot of votes and EBN, even if they later twisted him, then not so many ... I think that now there are a lot of comrades spitting on Yeltsin on the site, in fact, then they voted for him! So what am I doing - it’s inappropriately to make Yeltsin’s comparisons with some whores ..., ladies and felons, because the overwhelming majority of the Russian people who took part in the elections voted for him — where will you get these millions! ?

              However, I reasoned more broadly, and if you ask exclusively about the construction of this center, then yes! This is too much! I have a hope that people simply won’t go there and a good modern room will be smoothly handed out for other cultural events!
              1. Altona
                Altona 22 May 2016 14: 19
                +17
                Quote: Finches
                The last time in my life I voted in the 1996 presidential election - casting my vote for Zyuganov! But there were a lot of votes and EBN, even if they later twisted him, then not so many ... I think that now there are a lot of comrades spitting on Yeltsin on the site, in fact, then they voted for him!

                ---------------------
                I then voted for him, but I was young, 28 years old. Then there were still hopes that everything would be somehow better. But then it became clear that everything was bullshit. And then there were no illusions. So now it’s hard to hope for the best, even with Yeltsin, even with Putin, all the fakes and shows.
                PS The Soviet government all the time enlisted engineers in an incomprehensible stratum of "intelligentsia", although in fact they are the same representatives of the working class. And the hopes of perestroika were connected precisely with the creation of new innovative industries that could create powerful then engineering personnel. But perestroika chattered and destroyed its own powerful potential. Our engineers left for the USA, Germany, China, Israel. They created IT firms, became designers, and helped China build the rocket, nuclear and space industries. For comparison, Bill Gates Windows-95 helped create only a dozen Novosibirsk programmers with all the pribludes. And there are hundreds of such examples.
                1. Finches
                  Finches 22 May 2016 14: 41
                  +3
                  I apologize, I remember, probably, relating to all of us! hi

                  "Hope dubious shelter.
                  "The hopes of young men feed,
                  They give joy to the elders ",
                  But still gradually melting.

                  And finally, on the slope of days
                  Suddenly understands man
                  The vanity of hope, the futility of ideas ...
                  "There are no others, but those are far away" ... "
              2. Stas157
                Stas157 22 May 2016 21: 52
                +8
                Quote: Finches
                So what am I doing - it’s inappropriately to make Yeltsin’s comparisons with some whores ..., ladies and felons, because the overwhelming majority of the Russian people who took part in the elections voted for him — where will you get these millions! ?

                Oh how wrapped up! So he did Russia a thousand times more harm than these ladies and criminals! Hitler, by the way, was also chosen by the German people! However, he is not honored for this in the form of the Centers!
                1. sherp2015
                  sherp2015 23 May 2016 00: 10
                  +3
                  Quote: Stas157
                  Oh how wrapped up! So he did Russia a thousand times more harm than these ladies and criminals! Hitler, by the way, was also chosen by the German people! However, he is not honored for this in the form of the Centers!

                  Quote: Stas157
                  Now, if this center would be called the Yeltsin Crime Museum ...

                  Yeah! A good example of how to lead a country
          2. Stas157
            Stas157 22 May 2016 21: 44
            +3
            Quote: Finches
            but what do you propose to etch and not to remember - this will be the biggest mistake before our children!

            The trick is how to remember! And to listen to you, you approve the center of Hitler, just to remember! Now, if this center would be called the Yeltsin Crime Museum ...
        2. dauria
          dauria 22 May 2016 14: 01
          +2
          unfinished while liberalists.


          Actually, they, these very "liberals", did not begin to beat (and are not going to). wink On the contrary, they glorify in all their might ... Or, sorry, Putin is no longer this one, well, a liberal belay Is it really a communist? But that was in the past — he was a communist, but he was all gone. Completely powdered brains. Some word - "liberast". Who are they, well, at least a couple of names? laughing
          1. Altona
            Altona 22 May 2016 14: 28
            +16
            Quote: dauria
            Or, sorry, Putin is no longer this, well, liberal

            -------------------
            VVP himself admitted that he is a liberal. In addition, he is the president of a bourgeois democratic country. Who do you command him to be? Sometimes in his speech there are notes of displeasure with the Soviet regime, but they are quite understandable and explainable. Under Soviet rule, Lieutenant Colonel Putin reached his ceiling, the nomenklatura jungle would not have let him go further. And only the "social lift" of Yeltsinism, namely the proximity to Sobchak and Chubais, helped him to reach such a springboard. Yeltsin actually co-opted him into the leadership, appointed him by a strong-willed decision. VVP then showed determination and coped with the situation, with the attack on Dagestan. Then, in principle, he did not make any fatal mistakes, on the contrary, in some way he corrected the situation. But now, of course, in domestic politics, he is seriously slipping, his government is ineffective and in places criminal. The elite wants to eat, the flow of petrodollars has dried up and are beginning to gnaw the scruff of the not too rich people. That here even 1937 you begin to remember with a kind word.
        3. mihasik
          mihasik 22 May 2016 18: 43
          +5
          Quote: NordUral
          No, not to hell with him. For our money, our children and grandchildren will be brainwashed by the liberals who are not yet finished.

          I agree 1000% good good good
      2. Vasiliev Yu
        Vasiliev Yu 22 May 2016 13: 34
        +12
        Quote: Finches
        Fuck him! This is the same our story ... Like the memorial at the Kremlin wall, like the mausoleum on Red Square, like the tomb of the Romanovs in the Peter and Paul Cathedral, like the place of execution of the Decembrists near the walls of the Museum of Artillery and Communications ... Not the best period, but history, how said Vladimir Ilyich, this is a ball of thread! And each generation has its own winders for this ball ... In short, like Kushner's: "They don't choose the times! They live and die in them!"

        So, for the sake of this, you don’t have to rewrite history in pink tones if it was actually in gray-black tones for the vast majority of the country's population. And how many more years will you have to try to get out of the same ... where did the EBN drive the country?
        1. Finches
          Finches 22 May 2016 13: 41
          +1
          And no one is rewriting history! That's just what I propose to avoid!
        2. Altona
          Altona 22 May 2016 16: 37
          +7
          Quote: vasiliev yu
          So, for the sake of this, you don’t have to rewrite history in pink tones if it was actually in gray-black tones for the vast majority of the country's population. And how many more years will you have to try to get out of the same ... where did the EBN drive the country?

          -----------------------
          No one is rewriting anything. It’s just that over time many things come up, a lot is simply rethought. Now there is a different information environment, different requirements for life. And then we just did not appreciate much that we had. But life was different for everyone. Someone in the Stalinist skyscraper in Moscow, and someone in a boardwalk in Ust-Katav. But in fact, everyone has housing. And there was information, b / w TV with three channels and stupid propaganda, and newspapers that suddenly became liberal and critical. And we were young and naive. Gorbachev took many stupid steps, which Yeltsin took advantage of. The party was filled with swindlers and compromisers, who, under the guise of improving socialism, were shaking the country. Now it is clearly visible. But the past cannot be returned; the main thing is not to repeat the mistakes of the past. And the dominance at the top of the liberals must be fought. The liberals gnaw at us from above with the stupid innovations of the Ulyukaev-Kudrins and from below, using a fair protest for all kinds of bulk-Kasyanovs.
      3. iConst
        iConst 22 May 2016 14: 43
        +15
        Quote: Finches
        Yes to hell with it! This is the same story.

        - Fuck, yes, this fuck is now slowing down the development of my country.

        The Yeltsin memorial is a family monument to its free or unwitting founder, thanks to which the majority of the people have the same hell, and the "family" ones have practically all the resources.

        And nothing changes, but if it changes, then the tortoise is a champion in running at any distance. Our permanent president said: there will be no revisions to privatization.
        Figs with him that the former party and Komsomol nomenclature surrounded the people and actually appropriated the subsoil - 16 years of the post-Yelin era - the flight is normal.

        Against this background, the cynicism of the argument about how it does not want to develop small and medium-sized businesses in Russia ...
        1. NordUral
          NordUral 22 May 2016 14: 48
          -6
          I will subscribe to your words, although an insignificant chance that Putin will understand his role as either the savior of Russia or its grave digger is still warming.
          1. iConst
            iConst 22 May 2016 15: 43
            +11
            Quote: NordUral
            I will subscribe to your words, although an insignificant chance that Putin will understand his role as either the savior of Russia or its grave digger is still warming.

            - smile

            How much longer do you need to wait? Twenty years? Thirty?


            Read about the South Korean miracle - how a person made South Korea a powerful industrial state.
            And there it was the same thing - pumping money and resources through offshore companies, embezzlement and corruption ...

            I have not heard from one of our businessmen that the Chinese relate to Russian business, and to Russia as a whole with disdain. Or with excellence - as you wish.

            Why would.
            1. NordUral
              NordUral 22 May 2016 16: 32
              +4
              I do not argue with you, I still do not argue! One question - eternal in Russia - what to do? Maidan? so they will shovel us, as they shod Ukrainians, and we are not that country to maidan. Elections? So again they will shove us if we coward and sit back at home. And it’s time for national leaders to declare themselves and their position. Then we will have to choose. In the meantime, there IS SOMETHING practically, so we scratch our turnips and knead languages.
              1. mihasik
                mihasik 22 May 2016 19: 04
                +6
                Quote: NordUral
                One question - eternal in Russia - what to do? Elections?

                "United Russia" has already muddied what they call it: "primaries". Doesn't it cause any associations? laughing
                So they prepared very well, and those who came to the pre-election today will come to the main ones. Who do you think they will vote for? For their own? And who is "their"? - "United Russia"! laughing And in fact, by these actions "United Russia" shows that it is very afraid of losing power in the State Duma in the autumn elections due to the internal situation in the country.
                What to do? I personally don’t know. Probably to delve into the ins and outs of all our politicians to figure out who to vote for. But you can’t make all the people understand. And therefore ... as always, in the end it will be just the people's sadness.
            2. NordUral
              NordUral 24 May 2016 16: 47
              +1
              Eh ... In the distant 50s, in my North Ural city, dozens of Chinese came to the aluminum plant, and not only that, to take our experience. And now there is only one shame - Russia has become a developing country. And this is after Gagarin, the first nuclear power plant, the first nuclear icebreaker and much more. And after that once we were on equal footing in supercomputers and beyond.
              1. NordUral
                NordUral 24 May 2016 17: 17
                0
                And here is a link to this Chinese miracle: http://www.treehugger.com/public-transportation/watch-straddle-bus-eat-cars-it-s
                peeds-down-highway.html # 14640986148801 & action = collapse_widget & id = 0 & data =

                How much did we lose because of the rotten (or rather, simply rotten initially) nomenclature of the late USSR.
      4. mihasik
        mihasik 22 May 2016 18: 42
        +5
        Quote: Finches
        . In short, like there in Kushner: "You don't choose the times! They live and die in them!"

        Yes, but those "black times" are not then praised. And that's why the current government praises the construction and personal presence at the pompous opening of the Yeltsin Center that devastation caused by Borka-Alkash, guess yourself.
    7. NordUral
      NordUral 22 May 2016 13: 20
      +4
      I have a hate!
      1. Finches
        Finches 22 May 2016 13: 33
        0
        Hatred is not the best adviser! hi
        1. NordUral
          NordUral 22 May 2016 14: 49
          +4
          I do not argue. But there is something to hate.
      2. Igor Polovodov
        Igor Polovodov 22 May 2016 14: 14
        +7
        righteous anger is more appropriate here !!!
        1. iConst
          iConst 22 May 2016 15: 34
          +10
          Quote: Igor Polovodov
          righteous anger is more appropriate here !!!

          -Duc already said: our mind is boiling indignant ... smile

          In general, I begin to agree with the idea that, as someone said, patriotism is the destiny of the poor.

          More precisely, the concept of patriotism is completely different for an oligarch and an ordinary citizen.

          The oligarchs and their chosen institutions of power broadcast and promote the criteria of patriotism as: self-sacrifice in the name of the Motherland, honesty, hard work and other and other virtues.

          They themselves open offshore companies, have multi-citizenship, the family does not crawl out from behind a hill and is attached to the state feeder. Not everyone - how did they manage.
          This is also patriotism.

          Officials in the past industries do not fly into the wipers, but move to other warm, only less noticeable places. Is this not an element of corruption?
          1. NordUral
            NordUral 23 May 2016 10: 18
            +1
            This is not an element of corruption, it is systemic corruption. And it’s not the issue, but the social system and the right to state-owned, public property.
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    8. GradusHuK
      GradusHuK 22 May 2016 13: 39
      0
      Disgrace! Beloved SYNEGAL from minions.
    9. sgazeev
      sgazeev 22 May 2016 14: 21
      +5
      The first president of free Russia is walled up in a stele and, leaning on something invisible, squinting, looks down at dear, you know, Russians.


      About something, about something, about a pillar according to the old habit on payday. lol
    10. Juborg
      Juborg 22 May 2016 16: 58
      +4
      This "center" is like a grin and spit on all of us and on us. This is not democracy, but undermining the sovereignty of our state.
    11. Platonich
      Platonich 22 May 2016 18: 15
      +2
      Firstly, he is not Yeltsin, but Yeltsin! According to father's last name! Even she immediately evokes a proper attitude towards him ...
      1. mihasik
        mihasik 22 May 2016 20: 29
        +1
        Quote: Platonitch
        Firstly, he is not Yeltsin, but Yeltsin! According to father's last name!

        Chinese or what? laughing
    12. SveTok
      SveTok 23 May 2016 09: 31
      -1
      And where would he take it, we are not Burbulis, not Chubais, but Christians.
    13. Vasiliy16
      Vasiliy16 23 May 2016 15: 30
      +1
      Quote: Million
      I have no respect for Yeltsin, not at all ...

      and to the receiver who opened this center and continues the EBN business?
    14. tomich
      tomich 23 May 2016 17: 16
      0
      It occurred to me to conduct self-made free tours within the walls of this center under the guidance of alternative amateur guides with a worldview as the author of the article. In this case, the museum’s expositions will serve as a good visual material to illustrate the terrible lies of liberal fascists. And what? In the spirit of democracy and transparency and informative for youth
  2. lelikas
    lelikas 22 May 2016 12: 36
    +7
    And A, ,,,,, spread it to me. Let him cook quietly in the boiler.
  3. Thunderbolt
    Thunderbolt 22 May 2016 12: 37
    +21
    And how much does a ticket cost or is it all inclusive? It's a shame, of course, that they don't take into account the opinion of most ordinary people ... this can be seen even in relation to the commentators of our forum. that the PR service is distancing him from those "dashing 90", but prieha.l. Is this a call of the soul or it was impossible to refuse ...? This is the main question for me.
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    2. NordUral
      NordUral 22 May 2016 13: 24
      +7
      Is this the call of the soul or it was impossible to refuse ...? This is the main question for me.
      This is actually a question of questions for the whole of Russia.
    3. dauria
      dauria 22 May 2016 14: 57
      +4
      Is it the call of the soul or was it impossible to refuse ...?


      and if both? Is that easier? Just a puppet, or a puppet with a soul? PR managers slammed, puncture ... Gentlemen, the oligarchs, scratched your little curtain, the former gloss flies, your mother so .. angry Have you looked at a new one? It’s time to think about how to replace the entire inseparable three (both the main and the manual opponents of Zyuganov and Zhirinovsky).
  4. sever.56
    sever.56 22 May 2016 12: 37
    +54
    http://topwar.ru/uploads/images/2016/173/licu315.png

    For such "great achievements" Borya became an icon of liberoids, for this
    built the pompous Yeltsin Center, in which he is glorified, and in which
    "gatherings" of "non-living Satanists" are regularly held ...
    It is necessary to forget this character, who ruled without leaving the state of eternal bliss.
    Although they say here - "They say either good or nothing about the dead," I will not say anything good, because it is impossible to express my attitude towards him in censorship words !!!
    1. sergey2017
      sergey2017 22 May 2016 13: 25
      +14
      There (Yeltsin Center) they still drive children and they show them an interesting cartoon that perverts our entire history of Russia!
    2. mihasik
      mihasik 22 May 2016 13: 32
      +13
      Quote: sever.56
      Although they say here - "They say either good or nothing about the dead," I will not say anything good, because it is impossible to express my attitude towards him in censorship words !!!

      According to the results of the board. Not certainly in that way.
      "The population of Russia has decreased by 10 million."
      Before the coup, but it cannot be called otherwise, the country's population was 300 million people. This ye ... forcibly (no one gave him the consent of the peoples of the USSR to divide the country) divided the country, peoples, families. And how many died in the former republics? Someone thought? But they were citizens of the same country with us.
    3. Karayakupovo
      Karayakupovo 22 May 2016 13: 54
      +6
      And the territory of Russia (USSR) decreased.
    4. ohtandur
      ohtandur 22 May 2016 16: 59
      +7
      I heard another version of the saying - "They burn about the dead or well, or the truth". Which in reality always happens.
      1. EvgNik
        EvgNik 22 May 2016 18: 10
        +1
        Quote: ohtandur
        "They burn about the dead either well, or the truth." Which in reality always happens.

        Not always. But in this case it’s true.
    5. Rarog
      Rarog 22 May 2016 19: 14
      +4
      Quote: sever.56




      EBNchik tried badly, so if he had destroyed the country to the end, then liberals, zhi and "partners" in each remaining city on our bones would have built such a necropolis on this scum. And so far only in one, but they are not discouraged ... how many more of these ghouls in the Kremlin are left from the time of Boriska? And no one drives them out of there with a filthy broom. What is it for?
      1. mihasik
        mihasik 22 May 2016 20: 39
        +2
        Quote: Rarog
        EBNchik tried badly, so if he had destroyed the country to the end, then liberals, zhi and "partners" in each remaining city on our bones would have built such a necropolis on this scum. And so far only in one, but they are not discouraged ... how many more of these ghouls in the Kremlin are left from the time of Boriska? And no one drives them out of there with a filthy broom. What is it for?

        And who to drive it? Raven doesn’t peck out a crow's voice! (People saying by the way).laughing
        And at the expense of "EBNchik tried poorly", he went to a heavy binge from what he had already done! For this reason, there was not enough "strength" for a complete northern animal for Russia. By the way, doesn't this remind Poroshenko?
      2. sherp2015
        sherp2015 23 May 2016 00: 59
        +1
        Quote: Rarog
        And after all, no one drives them from there with a filthy broom. What is it for?

        Because one flock ...
  5. killganoff
    killganoff 22 May 2016 12: 38
    +22
    To the citadel of betrayal and lies only with a cocktail of hammerheads and a bag of dung!
  6. ALABAY45
    ALABAY45 22 May 2016 12: 40
    +30
    "... seven billion ..."
    Is this, if, divided into 89 "grateful" regions? "Some holes could be poked in local budgets ... The drunkard mother - woe to the family, the drunkard leader - woe to the country!
    1. Sergej1972
      Sergej1972 22 May 2016 13: 44
      0
      We have 85 regions now.
  7. Red_Hamer
    Red_Hamer 22 May 2016 12: 44
    +15
    Mikhalkov, this "center" has already been "ransacked" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WVeE3IP2YLc In great detail, about that video about our history, in (presentation from the liberals). Who has not seen, take a look and draw conclusions.
    1. EvgNik
      EvgNik 22 May 2016 18: 12
      +2
      Quote: Red_Hamer
      Mikhalkov, this "center" has already "Beaten off"

      I do not respect Mikhalkov, but in this case he is right.
    2. sherp2015
      sherp2015 23 May 2016 01: 09
      +2
      Quote: Red_Hamer
      Mikhalkov, this "center" has already been "ransacked" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WVeE3IP2YLc In great detail, about that video about our history, in (presentation from the liberals).

      Migalkin is still that conjuncturist
  8. Pitot
    Pitot 22 May 2016 12: 44
    +23
    The museum is about who will forever be cursed in Russia by normal people ....
    1. killganoff
      killganoff 22 May 2016 12: 52
      +7
      Unfortunately, the purpose of this E-center is different - justification, praise and persuasion of the population .... And they believe!
      1. NordUral
        NordUral 22 May 2016 16: 41
        +6
        There is an idea, but I don’t know how to implement it - to hold an all-Russian referendum on the transfer of this building to children and youth. Let the education of children and young people in the spirit of true patriotism begin with this.
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  9. APASUS
    APASUS 22 May 2016 12: 45
    +2
    Rather, the important thing is not the personality itself, but the outcome of the board.
    Yes, this personality was extraordinary, but taking advantage of the trust of the people, the personality washed down ....................
    1. Vasiliev Yu
      Vasiliev Yu 22 May 2016 13: 38
      +4
      Under ... the night, having seized power, does not become a philanthropist and decent a priori. Under ... nock always remains under ... nk.
    2. NordUral
      NordUral 22 May 2016 16: 42
      +7
      The person was an ordinary scum, we turned out to be extraordinary fools.
  10. t118an
    t118an 22 May 2016 12: 45
    +51
    Yeltsin participated in the collapse of the Great Country. It is he who is to blame for the problems of Crimea and many others.
    It was under Yeltsin that a large part of the country's wealth was plundered and its industrial and military potential destroyed. The conclusion of the GSVG in the field was conducted by the orchestra as at a ball at Woland's drunken bastard.
    Under Yeltsin, privatization was carried out and billions of dollars of wealth appeared, and most of the capital and wealth of the country were withdrawn from the country and placed in bourgeois assets.
    Under Yeltsin, we completely fell under the West — it was they who wrote us the constitution and basic laws.
    Until now, we can’t come to our senses ...

    Nothing, someday we will remake it in the palace of pioneers.
    1. sherp2015
      sherp2015 23 May 2016 01: 12
      +3
      Quote: t118an
      Nothing, someday we will remake it in the palace of pioneers.

      Chef from above again: "not 37th year!" "I will not let it!"
  11. martin-159
    martin-159 22 May 2016 12: 47
    +19
    Thanks to such propaganda, in 30-40 years from this wino will create a hero and savior of Russia.
    1. mihasik
      mihasik 22 May 2016 15: 00
      +8
      Quote: martin-159
      Thanks to such propaganda, in 30-40 years from this wino will create a hero and savior of Russia.

      This is the purpose of the current government is to reconcile thieves with the robbed.
      Like: "Come on already, let's go! Without repeating 1917, you can't return anything back. And we don't need a civil war! So sniff in your pillow and don't blather. We defeated your socialism." (despite the screams of the liberal democrats about total communism, communism, the country never had soviets. They only aspired to it. hi Read the history of the CPSU.)
  12. BARKAS
    BARKAS 22 May 2016 12: 51
    +16
    I would go to the museum in memory of the victims of the Yeltsin era, but this is not as far as I know.
  13. Pyokhar
    Pyokhar 22 May 2016 12: 52
    +20
    Museums to him, panimash, monuments ... The monument to the entom should be as follows: drunk Yeltsin, lying on the rails. Everything else is under the bulldozer.
  14. ava09
    ava09 22 May 2016 12: 54
    +14
    "... Until I drive an aspen stake into a filthy pit ..." Only such a quote from the classics comes to mind at the mention of the "Drunkard Center".
  15. Reptiloid
    Reptiloid 22 May 2016 12: 54
    +6
    The last "Besogon" very well explains the essence of this center. The most terrible program is how to disfigure a Russian person.
    There is an example --- Ukraine. For Russians to shoot Russians. Poison is drop by drop, for 20 years.
    In another story, it was explained that this was N.K.O. with all the signs for closing.
  16. techie
    techie 22 May 2016 12: 55
    +7
    It’s a pity that they simply buried and not embalmed. They didn’t think it over immediately, but now it would be very useful. There would be a main exhibit at the exhibition.
    1. Kos_kalinki9
      Kos_kalinki9 22 May 2016 13: 32
      +5
      It’s a pity that they just buried and not embalmed.
      Oh, there is so much C₂H₅OH in the body that the rest is not required. And it will last so long.
      1. sherp2015
        sherp2015 23 May 2016 01: 15
        +1
        Quote: Kos_kalinki9
        Oh, there is so much C₂H₅OH in the body that the rest is not required. And it will last so long.

        worms to him to fill a box with a gift - gnaw for a sweet soul
  17. konvalval
    konvalval 22 May 2016 12: 56
    +12
    He needs to build a gallows, not a museum and hang him posthumously. In the grave, I saw his museum and his "freedom".
  18. sergey2017
    sergey2017 22 May 2016 12: 57
    +16
    Mikholkov's program "Besogon" very accurately noticed about the Yeltsin Center! Then so much shit was poured on Mikhalkov because of this film! Council to look! Well-known liberal figures speak very well of this center: Hokamada, Svanidze, Venediktov, Albats and the like! I do not feel respect for Yeltsin at all! The time of Yeltsin's rule is a shame of Russia!
    1. mihasik
      mihasik 22 May 2016 13: 15
      +8
      Quote: sergey2017
      Mikholkov's program "Besogon" very accurately noticed about the Yeltsin Center! Then so much shit was poured on Mikhalkov because of this film! Council to look! Well-known liberal figures speak very well of this center: Hokamada, Svanidze, Venediktov, Albats and the like! I do not feel respect for Yeltsin at all! The time of Yeltsin's rule is a shame of Russia!

      And now so, quietly and modestly, let us remember WHO opened this very "Yeltsin-Center" with the garbage ... laughing
    2. Kos_kalinki9
      Kos_kalinki9 22 May 2016 18: 27
      +7
      liberal faces: Hokamada, Svanidze, Venediktov, Albats and the like!
  19. kotvov
    kotvov 22 May 2016 12: 58
    +16
    the trouble is that his business lives on, and everyone who has done business with him is in power, well, or close by.
  20. avg-mgn
    avg-mgn 22 May 2016 13: 03
    +7
    Interesting stuff, thanks. Although I would probably not go to this center. A question for the author, or maybe someone has been there: The party card of a member of the CPSU - Boris Nikolayevich, which he threw out publicly, was not preserved in the museum?
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    2. Vasiliev Yu
      Vasiliev Yu 22 May 2016 13: 46
      +8
      I would only go to spit on his monument (Since then ... they’re not allowed to his grave).
  21. CORNET
    CORNET 22 May 2016 13: 03
    +18
    Burn you in hell EBN, soon the tagged one will come to you .. After reading the article, the sediment is not good. This "museum for 7 billion" spat in the soul of the whole people and sarcastically smirk like "Well, what can you do ..?"
    They want to erase memory from us and they succeed especially with young people ...
    1. Igor Polovodov
      Igor Polovodov 22 May 2016 14: 21
      +1
      Tagged here moved to say that it is right that our Crimea, like I would have done the same ...
  22. vit
    vit 22 May 2016 13: 04
    +36
    my vision of the EBN monument
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    2. RUSS
      RUSS 22 May 2016 14: 18
      -16%
      Quote: Vit
      my vision of the EBN monument

      Do you know the name of the person holding the red flag on the Reichstag, the one on your profile picture?
      1. RUSS
        RUSS 22 May 2016 15: 40
        -7
        Quote: RUSS
        Do you know the last name

        And still?
    3. BARKAS
      BARKAS 22 May 2016 17: 18
      +2
      Quote: Vit
      my vision of the EBN monument

      A turn at such a monument in Kiev laughing
  23. KBR109
    KBR109 22 May 2016 13: 09
    +21
    Someone Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin several times sincerely admired this character of history, and of course without his lively participation there would be no money and there would not be this mausoleum. That’s the whole story. This is not about who is good and who is bad - THIS IS A STATEMENT OF THE FACT.
    1. Neputin
      Neputin 22 May 2016 13: 41
      +21
      And what are the disadvantages of man? He told the truth. Putin and Medvedev at the opening of the center licked Yeltsin so that he probably had an erection in his grave. Hence the conclusion: our government is an active and adamant successor to the affairs of Gorbachev, Yeltsin, Gaidar, Chubais and others like them. Only they are more intelligent and veiled. But they are afraid of the people - here they create the guard again ...
    2. Vasiliev Yu
      Vasiliev Yu 22 May 2016 13: 52
      -5
      Quote: KBR109
      Someone Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin several times sincerely admired this character of history, and of course without his lively participation there would be no money and there would not be this mausoleum. That’s the whole story. This is not about who is good and who is bad - THIS IS A STATEMENT OF THE FACT.

      In fact, he never admired him, he said that the personality of EBN was ambiguous. And if I had ever heard Putin admire him, I would have stopped respecting him. Yes, Putin did a lot of things wrong, but he never admired scum.
      1. KBR109
        KBR109 22 May 2016 14: 01
        0
        Well - do not respect. Specifically, in the analysis of the situation with the armed confrontation with Parliament.
      2. ICT
        ICT 22 May 2016 15: 16
        +4
        .....................

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        2. Ragoz
          Ragoz 23 May 2016 00: 45
          +2
          TIT. If this is your idol, then listen to this trio.
          1. ICT
            ICT 23 May 2016 06: 45
            0
            Quote: Ragoz
            TIT. If this is your idol,


            gave to listen

            Quote: vasiliev yu
            Actually, he never admired him, Mr.
  24. Algetxnumx
    Algetxnumx 22 May 2016 13: 11
    +9
    I don’t understand why it was built at all, without the "highest" permission such things are not done now, but why did he need it, here is the question of questions, the answer to which, the truthful answer, we may someday know, or maybe we will not. Bit I'd like request
  25. mihasik
    mihasik 22 May 2016 13: 12
    +3
    Nice to watch in the list harmoniously coexists fiery patriots with terry liberals. Perhaps this is the very unity of the entire Russian people, which has been talked about so much lately. However, some jingoistic patriots at the sight of the stand, having seen there the name of the main fighter with the oligarchs among those against whom he is fighting, are embarrassed and start babbling something about a particularly cunning multi-way. At the stand, I suddenly wondered how Soviet citizens would react if Comrade Stalin built the Trotsky Museum in Kirovograd to fight the Trotskyists

    Aw, damn it, STRONGLY! good good good
  26. Mentat
    Mentat 22 May 2016 13: 16
    +3
    Quote: killganoff
    Unfortunately, the purpose of this E-center is different - justification, praise and persuasion of the population .... And they believe!

    Who believes? They believe those who have already been struck by the plague of pseudo-liberality. This is a hive into which leper bees fly, and at the entrance there is a photocell for registration.
  27. NordUral
    NordUral 22 May 2016 13: 19
    +8
    Whoever says anything, the center building is beautiful

    So give it to children under the circles and patriotic education!
  28. DmitryK
    DmitryK 22 May 2016 13: 19
    -15%
    Heroes of which to attack the dead. Stake, gallows, rails, curses. He kept us in check as nice. The parliament dispersed, the defenders dispersed. He sent an army to the slaughter in Chechnya; she went, but she could have gone through the Kremlin. This is an entire Russian museum with a smirk.
  29. iouris
    iouris 22 May 2016 13: 25
    +3
    Our business is veal: if you get crap, stop. And watch and listen to the endless Nadezhdin or "the philosopher Chubais" on TV. It is done. Winners are judged.
  30. tor978
    tor978 22 May 2016 13: 29
    +11
    I don’t even know how it was possible to throw money down the drain immortalizing the drunk in the form of the Yeltsin Center (this person does not deserve to write his surname with a capital letter). Most of the people were against its construction, but the state did not give a damn about the majority. The state in the Russian Federation consists of oligarchs, deputies, the government and the army of officials. And all the rest hinder the state from living, selling natural resources to the west (to give for nothing), no attempt to fight corruption.
  31. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 22 May 2016 13: 32
    +9
    EBN is a shame to Russia. And soon a corresponding slogan will appear on this "center". I believe in it. In any case, all true patriots do not consider him a hero. But rather a criminal who was striving for power, trampling on everything and did not stop at anything. And the center - what is the center? When was it laid? Not a year or two ago.
  32. BOB044
    BOB044 22 May 2016 13: 40
    +6
    He plundered the country as best he could with his family. And to him the center. It was necessary to bury and razed to the ground. Whatever the memory of the grave.
  33. BOB044
    BOB044 22 May 2016 13: 41
    +9
    Detox should be called by his name.
  34. Giants
    Giants 22 May 2016 13: 59
    +6
    Vova, it was necessary to spend 7 billion from your pocket for the construction of this block! Dad, you're potato.
  35. Undermined ustoev
    Undermined ustoev 22 May 2016 14: 00
    +14
    Near the entrance hangs a large stand with the names of organizations and the names of people who have helped in the creation of the museum. It is nice to see how ardent patriots harmoniously coexist with terry liberals in the list. Perhaps this is the very unity of the entire Russian people, about which they have been talking so much lately. However, some patriots at the sight of the booth, seeing the name of the main fighter against the oligarchs among those he fights against, are embarrassed and begin to babble something about a particularly tricky multipurpose. I suddenly wondered at the stand how Soviet citizens would react if Comrade Stalin had built the Museum of Trotsky in Kirovograd to fight the Trotskyites.
    The whole bourgeois essence of modern patriots and liberals in one paragraph. With one shot, two targets are right between the eyes. Got a lot of pleasure from the article. Thanks to the author.
    "Drunken Matrostnya" says hello to lovers of French bread crunch."Drunken Matrostnya" says hello to lovers of French bread crunch.
    1. sherp2015
      sherp2015 23 May 2016 01: 30
      +2
      Quote: Undermining the Foundations
      It is pleasant to observe how fiery patriots and terry liberals harmoniously coexist on the list.

      Surnames would promulgate these figures
  36. Phosgene
    Phosgene 22 May 2016 14: 08
    +10
    In the name of the ever-drunken idiot, Boriski Yeltsin, during whose time an openly anti-people policy was pursued, which can be called genocide of the Russian population, you can name only a cheap pothouse selling spills, but not a center or a university with streets ... Boriska Yeltsin brought Russia only grief ...
  37. Michael
    Michael 22 May 2016 14: 10
    +7
    Yes, you can’t deceive the people. The attitude towards E.B.N is almost unambiguous - h (M) beat, you lived, as you recall, you will tremble.
  38. Belarus
    Belarus 22 May 2016 14: 15
    +6
    and the wind of change blew from him with a faint aroma of fresh fume.


    That's exactly from the fact that from him breathed, so to speak, "light" fumes, the country was almost emmmmmm shorter there wasn’t turned out to be. So no, the liberals still to the one who brought the country almost to the edge of the center of some kind built.
    1. Dr. Sorge
      Dr. Sorge 24 May 2016 12: 00
      +3
      Yes, the result of his wrecking - empty military airfields in Belarus.
  39. RUSS
    RUSS 22 May 2016 14: 20
    -12%
    The same comments or anything new ....
    1. udincev
      udincev 22 May 2016 14: 40
      +12
      And what can be novgo here?
      In the comments, the attitude of people towards the subject of attention. Boiling up - spoke out ...
      Do not exact that uniformly ...
      1. RUSS
        RUSS 22 May 2016 15: 27
        -8
        Quote: udincev
        And what can be novgo here?
        In the comments, the attitude of people towards the subject of attention. Boiling up - spoke out ...
        Do not exact that uniformly ...


        People chose the lesser of evils in their opinion, but everything that is not being done is for the best, which means that at that time we were prepared for just that.
    2. GAF
      GAF 22 May 2016 15: 50
      +4
      [quote = РУСС] The same comments nor anything new ....
      Something a little too much was piled on the alcohol-stricken head of the "hero" who could hardly make a speech with "meaningful" pauses for a psychiatrist between words, sometimes over 10 seconds. Checked by a stopwatch. In fact, a puppet, and the manipulators are behind the scene. But the fully and nowadays living combine operator Gorbach is somehow in the shadows. The truncated is fine. Well, Herostratus was mistaken in his "good" intentions. It happens to everyone.
    3. EvgNik
      EvgNik 22 May 2016 18: 22
      +3
      Quote: RUSS
      The same comments or anything new ....

      Maxim, well, I’ll write something new, That EBN was the first governor-governor, after him successively Poroshenko, is that news? If there’s nothing more to write about him, but it’s painful, don’t mourn.
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  40. fa2998
    fa2998 22 May 2016 14: 22
    +8
    Quote: ALABAY45
    ... seven billion ... "

    And what did you want ?! The current supreme power received the same power from the hands of Yeltsin! Some of the characters, even under Yeltsin, held large posts, made fortunes. They would have built a museum for their benefactor at their own expense, and especially not impoverished, but here it is. budget money has passed away, yes, they are ready to build Yeltsin-centers in every city! negative hi
    1. Engineer engineer
      Engineer engineer 22 May 2016 15: 13
      +9
      Quote: fa2998
      The current supreme power received the same power precisely from the hands of Yeltsin!

      It is on this basis that I have the sharpest split in personality! Yes, not only because of this.
      What a terrible dissonance between domestic and foreign policy.
      1. Ragoz
        Ragoz 23 May 2016 01: 09
        +2
        ENGINEER-MAPPER.
        There are two authorities in the country.
        1. External - it deserves a rating of 5 (on a five-point school scale!
        2. Bearish-internal power which is more than 2- (two with a minus) does not pull and is anti-people.
        1. ICT
          ICT 23 May 2016 06: 48
          +1
          Quote: Ragoz
          There are two authorities in the country.



          power alone is two such spills

          with the outside everything is just a leader’s idea in life

          but in the internal everything is more complicated, it is not clear at all how it still works
  41. udincev
    udincev 22 May 2016 14: 28
    +6
    When I read the article to the words
    Near the entrance there is a large stand with the names of organizations and the names of people who helped to create the museum. It is pleasant to observe how fiery patriots and terry liberals harmoniously coexist on the list.
    ,
    for some reason, the conclusion of Saltykov-Shchedrin came to mind about 150 years ago:
    Consequently, if a person who made an alienation in the amount of several million rubles in his own favor subsequently becomes even a philanthropist and builds a marble palazzo in which he will concentrate all the wonders of science and art, then he still cannot be called a skilled public figure, but should only be called a skilled cheater.
    \ M.E.Saltykov-Shchedrin, "The History of a City", chapter "Mammon's Worship and Repentance" \
    Let the large stand with the names of organizations and surnames of people be a monument to them in the sense of the words Saltykov-Shchedrin.
  42. Killing50
    Killing50 22 May 2016 14: 32
    +13
    entov pi .... pa it was necessary to suspend alive by the legs and not create museums. marasota.
  43. mihasik
    mihasik 22 May 2016 15: 10
    +9
    The Yeltsin Center is a forge of young cadres in addition to the minority that seized power in 1991, destroyed and plundered the country. In this way, a shift is being prepared in order to hold power in the right hands.
    By the way, Ukraine is a mirror image of what happened in our 90s, only the Nazis were much smaller.
  44. 33797
    33797 22 May 2016 15: 13
    +12
    How well the "family" lived and continues to live. Two or more billions for the "family museum" were found without problems.
  45. Brigadier
    Brigadier 22 May 2016 15: 16
    +8
    "Yeltsin Center" is the center of the 5th column in Russia ... For completeness and correct perception, it should be renamed "Alco-center of the 5th column"! Then everything will correspond to reality.
  46. ALEA IACTA EST
    ALEA IACTA EST 22 May 2016 15: 21
    +10
    Yeltsin is not a giant, but one of the thousands of adventurers of the XNUMXth century. Museums and monuments need to be built in honor of those who multiplied the greatness of Russia, and did not dream about the power of the specific prince.
  47. pvv113
    pvv113 22 May 2016 15: 35
    +13
    Instead of the center there should be such a monument
    And in general, what respect can there be for an ever-drunk pig who has drunk a country
    1. yawa63
      yawa63 22 May 2016 17: 32
      +9
      I looked at the clips - I already swayed, what a bastard he was! Worthy not of a museum, but of an aspen stake! Where his whole family ran away from the country - this is another indicator of the "love" of the people!
      1. Coconut Tima
        Coconut Tima 22 May 2016 18: 09
        +12
        Quote: yawa63
        Instead of the center there should be such a monument
    2. EvgNik
      EvgNik 22 May 2016 18: 27
      +6
      Quote: pvv113
      And in general, what respect can there be for an ever-drunk pig who has drunk a country

      This video should be shown in the notorious center.
    3. Platonich
      Platonich 22 May 2016 19: 59
      +3
      Russia does not remember such a moron in the whole history ... president, understand!
  48. ODERVIT
    ODERVIT 22 May 2016 15: 38
    +1
    My attitude towards EBN has changed from a plus to a minus, tending to infinity. This is quite understandable and expected. His patriotic statements, of the initial period about Russia, caused, I'm not afraid, a stingy tear. "Well, at the end they remembered about Russia, a great country, and not about some faceless, but all feeding RSFSR." Further, like everyone else's, bitter disappointment, despondency and so on. Does the first president deserve such perpetuation, is he worthy? For me, definitely NO. Although, at the very end of his career, there was still a positive, namely in the choice of the receiver. I don't know if my conscience woke up, or there was no choice because of the conditions of going to rest. But the fact remains that at the helm is the person that the country needs ...
  49. Putnik_16
    Putnik_16 22 May 2016 15: 39
    +11
    How much folk money is bought into the unnecessary entot Eltsin Center !!!
    More stolen during construction !!
    With this money, how many children could be cured ....... am negative
  50. atamankko
    atamankko 22 May 2016 15: 41
    +12
    I can’t understand why such a museum is for a man,
    who did nothing good for his people.
    1. yuriy55
      yuriy55 22 May 2016 15: 48
      +20
      This museum was built by those who decided to exalt under the name of the first president of Russia not so much his half-drunken deeds and attempts, as their mediocre political and economic affairs. The museum should have a granite slab with the inscription:
      "He almost drank Russia from grateful thieves and embezzlers"
      hi
      1. Vadim237
        Vadim237 23 May 2016 00: 18
        -11%
        We can say with absolute certainty that at that time, if someone else in Yeltsin's place - it would be the same - everything was rolling downhill.
        1. sery volk
          sery volk 23 May 2016 03: 15
          +5
          I propose to rename the Museum of the Holocaust of the Russian people
          1. Dr. Sorge
            Dr. Sorge 24 May 2016 15: 59
            +2
            I’ll clarify the whole Russian World.