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The myth of the "ungrateful" bratushki

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The myth of the "ungrateful" bratushkiJune 7, 2016 on the site "Today.ru" posted an article by Nikolai Sevastyanov, "The Bulgarian bottom." In it, the author revealed the full extent historical bias, turning into a frank juggling of facts and rabid Bulgarianophobia. However, there is nothing new in what he writes: the old false myths about the "ungrateful" Bulgarian little brothers, who supposedly always betrayed the liberator of Russia.


These myths are extremely dangerous, first of all, for Russia itself, because Bulgaria is the most important Balkan state, the strategic position of which gives our country an exceptional opportunity to fulfill its geopolitical and economic interests in this region. Neither Serbia, nor Romania, nor Greece have such a position. If Russia does not have good relations with Bulgaria, it does not see either the South Stream or the military alliance with Serbia, the shortest route to which lies by sea through Bulgaria.

The exceptional importance of Bulgaria for Russia from the point of view of geopolitics was well understood by the great Russian Imperial Count N. P. Ignatiev. He was convinced that the creation of “Greater Bulgaria”, which would be at the head of the union of Slavic Balkan states, would be a reliable support for Russia in this region. The author of the 1877-1878 war plan also wrote about this. General N. N. Obruchev: “To pull out of the power of the Turks a Christian country (Bulgaria), in which they committed so many misdeeds. This country comprises three parts: Danube Bulgaria with Ruschuk and Trnov, Zabalkanskaya - with Sofia and Macedonian - with the Monastery (or Bitol) ”.

That is, even before the start of active hostilities, Bulgaria in the eyes of Alexander II and his associates was seen within the borders of Moesia, Thrace and Macedonia.

But the significance of Bulgaria for Russia was understood and understood by its enemies, in the 19th century - England and Austria-Hungary. It was they who prevented the creation of “Greater Bulgaria”. As a result of the Berlin Congress, Bulgaria was divided into three parts: Macedonia was again given to Turkey, the autonomous region of Eastern Rumelia subordinate to the sultan was formed south of the Balkans, and Bulgaria itself remained a vassal principality of Turkey. Having taken Macedonia from Bulgaria, the Berlin Congress gave rise to Sofia’s insistent desire to bring her back.

Now we will analyze Sevastyanov’s passage that in response to the liberation, Russia received from the Bulgarians “only empty words of gratitude and the blackest betrayal beneath them.” Further, the author writes: “It was the Bulgarians in the most difficult months of the First World War, who did not hesitate to enter into an alliance with Germany and the very Turkey, which a few decades ago drowned the blood of rebellious Bulgarian villages. And this was not a formal friendship, on the contrary, the Bulgarians took an active part in that war. In the latter case, it was indicative. Yielding to weapons and manpower, Serbia restrained the Austrian army for a whole year, incurring colossal losses and fighting at the limit of its capabilities - with enemies at the front and typhoid epidemic in the rear. But it was the unexpected Bulgarian invasion that broke the resistance and ensured the defeat of the Serbian army.

The worst thing was that this was not the political will that, reluctantly, the Bulgarian people accepted. On the contrary, very many in Bulgarian society actively supported a blow to the Serbs, believing that the territory is much more important than moral categories. ”

But was it really the case? Say at once: the Bulgarian tsar Ferdinand in 1915 betrayed the pan-Slavic case, betrayed Russia and doomed his country to defeat in the First World War. This fact, as they say, is clinical. But was it really inevitable that betrayal? Does the image of Serbia idealized by the author really correspond to reality? Did simple Bulgarians betray the Russians?

Here we make a reservation again: Serbia is a fraternal country for Russia, with which the Orthodox faith, brotherhood in arms, and mutually shed blood connect us. But, firstly, all this connects us with Bulgaria, and secondly, the love of Serbia does not mean its idealization and hostility to Bulgaria based on it. The responsibility of Serbia for the collapse of the Slavic Union on the eve of the First World War is no less than the responsibility of Bulgaria. A policy of the Serbian ruling circles at the beginning of the twentieth century. was no less selfish in relation to Russia than the policy of the Bulgarian government. I testify to this historical facts.

Alexander II, having won the war, when signing a peace treaty in San Stefano, the largest territories defeated by the Turks, gave the Bulgarians, shoulder to shoulder, who fought with the Russian troops. But Serbia claimed part of these territories and 2 / 14 in November 1885 under the pretext of protesting against the annexation of Eastern Rumelia by Bulgaria, declared war on it. However, the Serbian troops suffered a crushing defeat.

On the night of May 29 / 11 on June 1903 a group of Serbian officers killed the pro-Austrian king Alexander Obrenovic and enthroned Russophile Pyotr Karageorgievich. Despite the turn of the Serbian policy towards Russia, which occurred under King Peter I, the ruling Serbian circles in their relations with St. Petersburg continued to place their “usefulness” for Serbia in the first place.

In 1908, the plan of Emperor Nicholas II was to reconcile and unite the Balkan Slavic states into a military-political bloc, which would allow Russia to seriously influence the policies of Austria-Hungary and Germany in the region.

1 / 13 March 1912, with the support of Russia, a bilateral allied agreement was signed between Bulgaria and Serbia. 16 / 29 March 1912 was the same alliance with Bulgaria signed by Greece. Thus, under the auspices of Emperor Nicholas II, the Balkan Union was created, which had all the opportunities to become an effective tool to contain Austria-Hungary. The “Balkan Entente”, keep its members in agreement with each other, would not allow Vienna to commit aggression against Serbia. The risk of World War would be greatly reduced, since a powerful force appeared on the side of Russia and France in the immediate vicinity of the borders of Austria-Hungary. Welcoming the creation of the Balkan Union, Russian diplomacy warned its participants that the Russian Tsar "against any endeavor to impart an offensive character to this alliance."

Meanwhile, the Balkan states, going to allied agreements with each other, sought to immediately start a war against the Ottoman Empire and, at its expense, solve their territorial problems, which had already been laid by the Berlin Congress. Such a war threatened to turn into a big European confrontation. Nicholas II brought to the attention of Sofia, that in the union agreement all articles of offensive nature should be absent.

Despite Russia's best efforts to prevent the escalation of tension in the Balkans, Serbia, Bulgaria, Greece and Montenegro started a war with the Ottoman Empire and achieved a crushing victory. However, having given its European territories to the Balkan Union, the Young Turk leadership planted a time bomb under the Balkan Union. Knowing the manners and appetites of their winners, the Turks, at the conclusion of peace, declared that they provided them with themselves to share what they had won. And each of the winners dreamed about his state as necessarily “great”: “Great Bulgaria”, “Great Serbia”, “Great Greece” and even “Great Montenegro”. Hot disputes began for one or another part of the territory.

“European Herald” wrote: “The worst chauvinists are Balkan. Each of the Balkan powers dreams of secret hegemony. Any sentimental statements about Bulgaria will come to nothing, while Macedonia remains entirely in the hands of Serbia. If we are talking about distrust of Russia, then it is much stronger among the Serbian "forecasters" than among the Bulgarian "liberals." In the Balkans, the Macedonian proverb reigns: "Who will give me, I will be for that."

Therefore, they did not have time to dry the ink under the London Peace Treaty, which ended the First Balkan War, as the Second Balkan War immediately began, now between the former allies. The perpetrators of this war were all the states of the Balkan union, and not just Bulgaria alone. Already in January, 1913, the liberal and nationalist Serbian newspapers launched a campaign against the Serbian-Bulgarian alliance.

Meanwhile, the same wave, only against Serbia, has risen in Bulgaria. Both sides put forward accusations, pseudo-historical rationales of "primordial" rights, claims to possession of Macedonia. Bulgaria, which was at the head of the alliance of the Balkan states and who bore the brunt of the war with the Ottoman Empire, claimed Macedonia, especially since its population was essentially Bulgarian. But Macedonia was occupied by Serbia. The Bulgarian ruling circles began to demand that the Serbian and Greek troops be withdrawn from the Macedonian territories to which their claims extended. In response, Serbia and Greece concluded an agreement on the joint protection of the occupied territories and their division between them.

Nicholas II was a categorical opponent of the collapse of the Balkan Union and sought to resolve the dispute between Bulgaria and Serbia by peaceful means. The Russian Foreign Ministry proposed immediately convening a conference of the Balkan Union prime ministers (Serbia, Montenegro, Bulgaria and Greece) and through the mediation and arbitration of Russia (by the way, stipulated by the Serbian-Bulgarian 1912 alliance treaty) to find a way out of this situation. But while Petersburg was painfully searching for a solution on how to preserve peace in the Balkans, Austria-Hungary and Germany did everything to ensure that powerful Russian forces did not appear in this region.

Therefore, Austrian diplomacy in Belgrade inclined the Serbian king to war with Bulgaria and Greece, and in Sofia - Ferdinand to war with Serbia and Greece. The Serbian government was instilled that in the First Balkan War the Serbs did not get what they wanted - access to the Adriatic, but they can compensate for this by annexing Macedonia and Thessaloniki. The Bulgarian government was inspired by the same thing as the Serbian - to annex Macedonia. Austria-Hungary promised Bulgaria support in this matter.

Russian diplomacy put tough pressure on the governments of Serbia and Bulgaria, but failed to succeed, even despite the personal message of Emperor Nicholas II to Sofia and Belgrade, demanding an end to military preparations. In the telegrams sent back to Nicholas II, King Ferdinand placed all responsibility on Serbia, and King Peter on Bulgaria.

On the night of 17 / 30 on June 1913, the Bulgarians attacked Serb units stationed in Macedonia, but were rebuffed and thrown back to their original positions. In Sofia, they were already inclined to withdraw the army from Macedonia and declare everything that happened to be a border incident. But the government circles of Serbia and Greece decided to take advantage of the situation and officially declared war on Bulgaria. Montenegro and Romania followed, followed by the Ottoman Empire. As a result, the Bulgarian army was on the verge of complete defeat. As we see, contrary to N. Sevastyanov’s assertions, Serbia did not disdain to unite with Turkey against an Orthodox country. With the mediation of Russia 28 July / 10 August 1913 in Bucharest ended the peace negotiations. Bulgaria has lost almost all its gains conquered in the First Balkan War. Macedonia was divided between Serbia and Greece. Turkey regained most of Eastern Thrace with Adrianople. Romania has captured Southern Dobrudja.

But in fact, the real empire in the Second Balkan War was the German empires, above all Austria-Hungary. Proceeding, like all Balkan states, from narrowly selfish interests, in Belgrade they could not correctly assess the weakening of Russia's positions in the Balkans. Now Serbia is not separated from the powerful and extremely hostile Austro-Hungarian Empire.

The feud between Serbia and Bulgaria in the near future had the worst consequences for all of Europe. As the Herald of Europe wrote correctly after the start of the First World War: “If Austria knew that Serbia could rely on Bulgaria, we would hardly have had a war in 1914. We can say with confidence that it would not exist.”

As for the First World War, recognizing the undoubted betrayal of Ferdinand Coburg, it should be noted that in this case everything was not as easy as N. Sevastyanov asserts. Unlike his assurances that in 1915 the “Bulgarians without hesitation” took the side of Germany and Turkey, at a certain stage the Bulgarian ruling circles were ready to support the Entente. However, in this case, they would have to support Serbia, which only two years ago participated in the alliance of five states in a difficult war against Bulgaria. Ferdinand needed some tangible compensation that would make the alliance with Serbia in the eyes of the people justified. Macedonia could become such compensation, and the Bulgarian tsar told the allies that he was ready to oppose the German bloc if this Bulgarian territory was returned. Petersburg, Paris and London supported this proposal by Ferdinand. But when Nicholas II reported this to Belgrade, he met outraged confusion there. The Serbs categorically refused to make any concessions to the "traitor to the Slavic cause." In vain the Sovereign pointed out the inevitable extensive compensation of Serbia after the war at the expense of Austria-Hungary, in vain he convinced Belgrade that with the accession of Bulgaria to the Entente, the latter’s forces would increase many times, which would undoubtedly be beneficial for Serbia itself. Everything was in vain: in Belgrade they did not want to hear about any contacts with Sophia.

Under these conditions, Bulgaria joined the German bloc, Serbia was defeated and occupied. By the way, during the First World War, we fought little directly with the Bulgarians. Minor clashes of the Russian troops with the Bulgarian took place only on the secondary front of Solonik.

The following statement of the author of the article is the most ridiculous, anti-historical and simply false: “And then there was the Second World War and exactly the same, all the same“ Slavic brothers ”, but on the side of the Nazis. Only when the Soviet Union entered the country, and in fact, the Russian army, the Bulgarians suddenly came to their senses and until the end of the 80-s again turned into friends, receiving free credits and free energy resources. But when the freebie ended, we got what we have today - a voluntary transition to the status of another Western colony under the control of the small town complex “elite”.

It is strange that the author does not know that during the Second World War, Bulgaria did not declare war on the USSR and never fought with it. Moreover, Tsar Boris III refused to send even volunteers to the Eastern Front. The fact that Bulgaria was in the Tripartite Pact was caused by the specific prevailing military-political pre-war situation, the complete domination of Europe by Nazi Germany. The Bulgarian king did his best not to become a member of this Pact. By the way, Yugoslavia was also in the Hitler Pact, and even after the coup of 1941 and the anti-German government came to power in Belgrade, it did not come out of it. Let's not forget that the Stalinist USSR aspired to become a member of the Tripartite Pact. Moreover, persuading Tsar Boris III to go to the Soviet proposals and conclude a Bulgarian-Soviet agreement on mutual assistance, the Secretary General of the NKID A.A. Sobolev did not make the conclusion of the agreement that Bulgaria’s withdrawal from the Axis countries, saying that “Moscow itself intends to to join. "

By the way, 5 on April 1941, Mr. Stalin agreed to sign an agreement on "Friendship and Non-Aggression" between Moscow and Belgrade, only with the condition that Yugoslavia is not withdrawing from the Hitler Pact and refuses to accept the aid of England. So, as we see, Bulgaria was not at all alone in the Tripartite Pact.

But when the Great Patriotic War began, hundreds of Bulgarians took up arms and went to the mountains to fight with their government, because they believed that it was involved in aggression against Mother Russia, although Tsar Boris did not send a single Bulgarian soldier to the Eastern Front. 27 June 1941 The People's Commissar of the Interior of the USSR L.P. Beria instructed the deputy head of the First (Intelligence Directorate) of the NKGB, P. A. Sudoplatov, to find out unofficially, under what conditions Germany would agree to stop the war against the USSR and stop the offensive. Beria ordered Sudoplatov to meet with the Bulgarian ambassador to the USSR I. Stamenov, who expressed his confidence that Germany would lose the war.

5 September 1944 g. The Soviet Union declared war on Bulgaria. The “war” lasted for four days and turned into mass demonstrations of the jubilation of the Bulgarian people. A pro-communist Fatherland Front, K. Georgiev, was formed. In September, the UF government announced the creation of the Bulgarian People’s Army on 1944, and the mobilization began on September 19. In total, until the end of the war 450 thousand people were mobilized, 250 thousand Bulgarian soldiers participated in the fighting. Bulgarian troops took part in hostilities against Germany in the territory of Yugoslavia, Hungary and Austria (including in the Belgrade operation and in the battle at Lake Balaton).

The losses of the Bulgarians from September to the end of the war amounted to 31 thousand. 900 people. The commander of the 1 Bulgarian Army, General Vladimir Stoychev, was a participant in the Victory Parade. 360 Bulgarian soldiers and officers were awarded Soviet orders. This is the "universal betrayal" of the Bulgarian people.

Finally, it is generally ridiculous today to talk about betrayal on the part of the Warsaw Pact member countries, because the main traitors were the dying communist system and its successor to the Yeltsin regime. They betrayed E. Honneker, T. Zhivkov, N. Ceausescu, etc.

Who first rushed into the arms of NATO and the United States? Do not Yeltsin-Gaidar rulers? Do not they have primary responsibility for everything that happened, including with the countries of the Warsaw Pact? Now why all the blame on the "ingratitude" of the Bulgarians? They themselves did not want either NATO or the United States. Liberals from the Russian Federation themselves pushed them there. As in 1940, Stalin was ready to join the Osi Pact, so in 1991, Yeltsin was ready to join NATO. Bulgaria simply did not just spit, as well as Ukraine, Georgia, Yugoslavia, Armenia, Transnistria, and Russians in the Baltic States, Kazakhstan. For what now we pay.

Today Bulgaria presents a sad picture: devastated, blood-drained, with a ruined economy, a ruined army, a Russophobic pro-American regime. But despite this, we meet in Bulgaria the most sincere, most incorruptible love for Russia. Bulgaria is the only country in which there is the National movement Russophiles, numbering over 30 thousand people, only individual members. It is thanks to the universal popular desire in the center of Sofia a monument was erected to Tsar Liberator Alexander II, who did not even dare to demolish the communists after World War II, many monuments to the Russian liberators of 1877-1878, which still cover almost the entire territory of Bulgaria. The memory of this war is sacred today for every true Bulgarian, unlike Russia, where it is almost forgotten.

Ask any of our compatriots to name the names of at least three heroes of the Liberation War 1877-78gg today. Almost 100% likelihood of not calling a single one. And in Bulgaria, every schoolboy knows the names of the Tsar Liberator, Generals Skobelev, Gurko, Stoletov, Lieutenant Colonel Kalitin. Streets, avenues, settlements are named in their honor; their monuments adorn almost all cities in Bulgaria. For each liturgy in all Bulgarian Orthodox churches, the priest commemorates "Sovereign Emperor Alexander Nikolayevich and Russian soldiers for the liberation of Bulgaria who laid down his stomach."

In February, 2016 in Sofia hosted the glorification of Rev. Bishop Seraphim (Sobolev), a Russian sovereign, who was in exile in Bulgaria and deeply revered there. Two Orthodox churches glorified the new saint simultaneously: the Russian and the Bulgarian. Sofia had not seen such a celebration for a long time. Thousands of people gathered in the city center to honor the memory of the holy Vladyka. Military honor guard, salute in the sky of Sofia, joyful enlightened faces of our Bulgarian brothers.

So where does this incomprehensible, anti-Christian hatred of the Bulgarian people come from in Russia? Why do we love to pick up and savor every American stuffing against Bulgaria?

For example, in March 2016, the information portal “The Bulgarian Times” announced that the Bulgarian authorities had allegedly invited the President of Turkey Erdogan to celebrate the liberation of the country from the Ottoman yoke, but did not send invitations to President of Russia Vladimir Putin. The report noted that the reason for such a decision of the authorities was a political rapprochement with Turkey, one of the main arguments - more Turkish soldiers than Russians died in Bulgaria.

Almost immediately, the representative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Bulgaria B. Zhoteva denied this message, calling it a lie. She said that only representatives of the diplomatic corps were invited to the celebrations, and there were no foreign leaders at the celebrations. “Now is the 138 anniversary, when there will be a round date, we will invite the leaders of the countries of the world, and now we celebrate more modestly, so we invited representatives of the diplomatic corps. Prime ministers, presidents were not among those invited. ”

There was a refutation, but in Russia it sank in fierce cries of “sofa” bloggers about “traitors” bratushki. It is high time to understand: by encouraging and replicating the Bulgarophobia, we are fulfilling the plans of our sworn "friends" from Washington and London.
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  1. Mikhail Krapivin
    Mikhail Krapivin 24 June 2016 18: 45
    +52
    Yes Yes. We need Bulgaria from a geopolitical point of view, so quickly forget about all their pranks and again fall in love with the wide Russian soul.
    1. oleg-gr
      oleg-gr 24 June 2016 18: 48
      +68
      One of those traitors decided to publish an exculpatory article. Bulgaria has long been an independent state. And the actions of the current rulers only confirm this. This is not a myth, but boring reality.
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        1. cniza
          cniza 24 June 2016 19: 21
          +18
          Quote: oleg-gr
          One of those traitors decided to publish an exculpatory article. Bulgaria has long been an independent state. And the actions of the current rulers only confirm this. This is not a myth, but boring reality.


          It seems that the zayuli again feel that great changes are coming in the balance of power.
          1. Inok10
            Inok10 24 June 2016 21: 10
            +33
            Quote: cniza
            It seems that the zayuli again feel that great changes are coming in the balance of power.

            ... and this is also present ... hi ... in general, the article is quite correctly written and provided with a mass of historical facts ... everything is simple ... A holy place is never empty ... we left Eastern Europe, there are now the Anglo-Saxons ... man, and wrote ... from where so many "righteous and angry comments"? ... people, let's make it easier ... we abandoned the garden, now there are other owners ... that's all ... well, the fact that they will have to be "moved" from there, to put it mildly, this is an indisputable fact ... as well as from the Baltic States ... why do we need it? ... take a map and see why ... and I, as a resident of the Kaliningrad region, need a land route, and the country has never seen Liepaja, Ventspils, Klaipeda as ports unnecessary ... so that the article raised the right questions .. . especially incitement to hatred "of all, against all" favorite Anglo-Saxon policy option ... and so, refresh your memory, map of the USSR and the CMEA countries ... just look and draw conclusions that it is more correct to turn your ass and puff out your cheeks offended or politely " ask "from there foreign and not requested current owners ... hi
            1. Asadullah
              Asadullah 24 June 2016 21: 51
              +29
              especially incitement to hatred "of all, against all" favorite Anglo-Saxon policy


              Come on, Lithuanians, Latvians and Estonians have always hated Russians. And without the Anglo-Saxons, and with them. Despite the fact that the Communists flirted with them in every way, touching and gentle. Billions were thrust into Bulgaria in the electronics industry - locusts down the drain. They built up the Baltic States with everything they could, at the expense of the Russian, Russian people. Families of war veterans lived their whole lives in small houses taken off the rail in the Ural towns. In the cities there was a real famine, they were saved by six hundred, and forbidden cows and sheep were kept on the settlements. My grandfather, the Hero of War, a legend, grew potatoes in an abandoned city trash and kept chicken in the barn. From that, my mother still bakes pies with eggs and potatoes. Moreover, he did it secretly, for he would have been knocked out of the party like a two-finger wet. Glory to the CPSU, damn it. What are you talking about? Let us first love each other, our own, and to hell with him, albeit a fool and a drunk, the main thing is not to let these two make decisions! OUR people should be happy, at least minimally. And they went these bros or non-grandmothers exactly between half-pops into the hole. We don’t need anything from them, we have everything of our own. There are fists to protect this.
              1. Inok10
                Inok10 24 June 2016 22: 06
                +13
                Quote: Asadullah
                Come on, Lithuanians, Latvians and Estonians have always hated Russians.

                ... actually, I lived in Riga and not in Purciems, but in the Latvian district, Miera, practically the center of Riga and more than one year, but in a communal apartment with the same Latvians ... whom the Lithuanians beat in the cars with glass for driving to sausage in Lithuania and it was with the Union ... laughing ... so that I can not judge international relations by hearsay ... hi
                Quote: Asadullah
                They built up the Baltic States with everything they could, at the expense of the Russian, Russian people.

                ... even under the Russian Empire, they began to build, their own land, why not build, the master's approach ... hi
                Quote: Asadullah
                OUR people should be happy, at least minimally. And they went these bros or non-grandmothers exactly between half-pops into the hole. We don’t need anything from them, we have everything of our own. There are fists to protect this.

                ... now ... it is our Baltic land, since the time of Peter I, but Poland has grown too much after 1945 ... and, Eastern Europe is our garden from the old days ... hi
              2. Number 17
                Number 17 24 June 2016 23: 28
                +4
                Brothers or not? I agree with you. But forum users !!!! The USSR poured so much dough into Eastern Europe that they should pray to Russia there. How much has Russia forgiven debts in Eastern Europe ????? The situation is controversial due to the participation of the Bulgarians in two world ones. But in fact, on which side was ????? That's all. I remember in my childhood I read a work about a veteran of the Great Patriotic War from a tornado there is a long story but what’s it According to him, he recalled with resentment how only the highest grade wheat was sent to Bulgaria after the war, while in the Union the citizens ate both grade 2 and grade 3. IMHO. But Serbia must not be abandoned. I believe that this is the state that we should protect Russia and
                to intercede. That
                1. The stranger
                  The stranger 25 June 2016 01: 48
                  -14%
                  But from the words of my grandfather, who had a mill before nationalization in the 46th, I know where the flour was moving. Not to us, from us. To the Union.
                  When he was alive, I was little, I did not understand. But in the 90s, I managed to check the archive of that plant. And then he certainly ceased to understand how, with such a low power, he managed to send SO MUCH.
                  But about Serbia - how to like it, not for everybody. They always stick a knife in the back.
                  1. Corporal Valera
                    Corporal Valera 25 June 2016 02: 16
                    +6
                    Neither Serbia, nor Romania, nor Greece have such a situation.

                    Mom swear! Yes! We are the most important brother and all brother!

                    Like a fried rooster pecking in opu - so we have a Pan-Slavic union!
                    As a little hell, the Second Balkan War!
                    1. The stranger
                      The stranger 25 June 2016 03: 40
                      -18%
                      Mom swear! You didn't even have a yard childhood.
                      You started right away with Internet bullshit.
                      So sit in the corner until the men figure it out. And as soon as - so immediately they will reduce the males to sing, like trills to curl.
                  2. V.ic
                    V.ic 25 June 2016 05: 49
                    +7
                    Quote: Alien
                    But about Serbia - how to like it, not for everybody. They always stick a knife in the back.

                    Something of the Bulgarian troops on Kosovo Field was not observed. And on the Thessaloniki front, not the Serbs shot the Russians.
                    1. The stranger
                      The stranger 25 June 2016 06: 45
                      -6
                      Please inform me of any such events you mean. And then under these words different authors put their own.
                    2. V.ic
                      V.ic 26 June 2016 17: 00
                      0
                      Quote: V.ic
                      Something of the Bulgarian troops on Kosovo Field was not observed.

                      I give a picture from the USSR textbook "Milos Obilich kills the Turkish Sultan." The Bulgarian and Bosnian troops did not stand in the ranks of the Serbs at that moment, however, further, too ...
                      On the second question: were the Bulgarian troops on the Thessaloniki front in the same ranks with the Turks or nearby?
                2. pazuhinm
                  pazuhinm 26 June 2016 17: 09
                  0
                  I want to add...
                  Who there led what politics to the First World War is a separate issue. Bulgaria, not Serbia, sided with the Germans!
                  1. The stranger
                    The stranger 26 June 2016 17: 43
                    +2
                    Of course not! Germany took the side of Bulgaria, and it is not our fault.
                    In all these wars, we only solved our problems with Macedonia, and we did not care who the ally was. Just not to interfere with this.
              3. barbiturate
                barbiturate 25 June 2016 12: 15
                0
                Golden words, totally agree!
            2. Aleksander
              Aleksander 24 June 2016 22: 20
              +14
              Quote: Inok10
              equipped with a mass of historical facts

              .... and untruth. :

              .
              As we see, contrary to the statements of N. Sevastyanov, Serbia did not disdain an alliance with Turkey against the Orthodox country

              Lies — there was no alliance between Turkey and Serbia a priori.
              But in WWI, the Bulgarians and Turks fought together shoulder to shoulder against the Russians and Romanians.
              Insignificant clashes between the Russian and Bulgarian forces took place only on the secondary Solonik front.

              Again, a lie: the Bulgarians "valiantly" fought the Russians during the invasion of Romania beyond the Danube: some Bulgarians were proud of this fact in every possible way.
              There are other um .. inaccuracies.

              But! Why embellish reality if, nevertheless, the author is mainly, after all, is right without it:

              In Bulgaria really many sincere friends of Russia, it is necessary to fight for it, to develop ties, to try again and again and Stream and other projects, try to involve in their orbit, NPO, in the end, to develop. For there are very few other such Russophile countries in the world!

              You can recall the carefully preserved 400 monuments to Russian soldiers and commanders, and the adopted white army and even pensions to Russian veterans of the Russian-Turkish War of 1878.

              We must live on and develop the good that is ....
              1. The stranger
                The stranger 25 June 2016 02: 29
                -4
                In WWI, Romanians fought well. The weapons donated by Germany were sold for a pittance, then, having neither the strength nor the means, they went over to Russia, whined "the Bulgarians are beating us," and wanting to get all of Dobrudja cheaply, they rushed to Sofia. What is interesting - having three policemen against themselves in the entire northern part of Bulgaria - they almost reached it. We had to remove the bloodless regiments from the British and French from the Southern Front, give you caps, and enter Bucharest. We were not interested in him, but the Russians, having you for allies, then honestly stood up for you, and went to us. Thank God, the mistake was clarified in the first battle, and we parted with the Russians immediately, remaining with the best relations to each other.
                That’s the whole story of the Russian war with the Bulgarians in that war.
                Then we were not interested in you, considering your help to be even against the Turks until 1876. The Russians were not interested either, right up to the 43rd, when they considered it necessary to destroy your army near Stalingrad and the Crimea.
                Wet, will you still run into me from pro-Russian and anti-Bulgarian positions? Or should I get a hail?
                1. Aleksander
                  Aleksander 25 June 2016 10: 12
                  -2
                  Quote: Alien
                  Or should I get a hail?


                  So you have already startedstinks nobly good happy with a tantrum! lol
                  My flag is Moldavian, but I am the same Moldavian as you are, you are our hysterical.

                  By the way, with what you still disagree, why are you yelling? belay
          2. NIKNN
            NIKNN 24 June 2016 21: 38
            +11
            The topic is quite controversial, especially in the current not calm time, when betrayal is a "hard coin" and is raised to the rank of prosperity ... I think all actions, both good and bad, will return a hundredfold.
            I give the author a plus for the fact that he was not too lazy and tried to competently argue with the opponent, and not in the style of "the author is killed about asphalous", as is often the case recently.
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        4. Nyrobsky
          Nyrobsky 24 June 2016 20: 45
          +6
          Quote: Panikovsky

          Oleg, I fully support you. These so-called. brothers in a completely democratic way have chosen their Russophobic leaders, and there is nothing to dissolve snot here. Well, these "black-ass nits" are not our brothers.

          But I do not support you, from the word - at all.
          If essentially, then because of the lack of objectivity. For a more understandable example, I’ll take the same Durkaina, which only 75 years ago suffered huge sacrifices from Nazi Germany and only 25 years ago was part of the USSR. Only 3 years ago, having destroyed their state, 40 million Ukrainian citizens darted at the feet of their potential oppressors, forgetting about Slavic unity. I assure you that the number of those who hate Russia in Durkain significantly exceeds the number of those in Bulgaria.
          In Bulgaria, the number of those who are against the Russian Federation and for Europe is only 12-15%, by the way, with Putin's support rating of 85%, we have the same 15% of Western lovers, only their homegrown fellow citizens.
          Do not confuse the Bulgarian people with the corrupt Bulgarian elite.
      2. teascher
        teascher 24 June 2016 19: 12
        -17%
        plus, truly.
      3. Reserve officer
        Reserve officer 24 June 2016 19: 27
        +46
        "Where does this incomprehensible, anti-Christian hatred of the Bulgarian people come from in Russia?"

        Yes there is no hatred. Like there is no trust. Just rewarded on business.
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      4. Monos
        Monos 24 June 2016 19: 35
        +42
        So where does this incomprehensible, anti-Christian hatred of the Bulgarian people come from in Russia? Why do we love to pick up and savor every American stuffing against Bulgaria?


        Well, firstly, there is no hatred. There is squeamish contempt. And secondly, the Bulgarians tried very hard for this.
        In general, the whole article is that the Bulgarians are innocently affected, cynically slandered cherubs. And Serbia is to blame for everything, such a bastard. Well, we, of course, are also to blame.

        And, yes, we cut South Stream down too.

        Kozlyatina from the article stinks!
        1. Pereira
          Pereira 24 June 2016 20: 04
          +15
          The author clearly has a desire to blame Serbs for everything. It is the Serbs who pushed Bulgaria to betrayal. In general, Bulgaria is white and fluffy.
          That's just everyone should be responsible for their own affairs. Without any hatred on our part.
          1. sgazeev
            sgazeev 25 June 2016 15: 14
            +1
            Quote: Pereira
            The author clearly has a desire to blame Serbs for everything. It is the Serbs who pushed Bulgaria to betrayal. In general, Bulgaria is white and fluffy.
            That's just everyone should be responsible for their own affairs. Without any hatred on our part.

            The Yugoslav People’s Liberation War was waged from July 4, 1941 to May 15, 1945 and ended with the complete victory of the Yugoslav partisans and the liberation of the country from occupation. By time, like the USSR. The Yugoslav People’s Liberation War was an integral part of the Resistance Movement in Europe: the actions of the Yugoslav partisans and their allies in the Balkans fettered a fairly large part of the German troops, not allowing the Wehrmacht to transfer reinforcements to either the Western or the Eastern fronts; this partisan movement in size was second only to the partisan movement of the USSR [16]. In the history of Yugoslavia, this war occupies exactly the same place as the Great Patriotic War in the history of the USSR and Russia.
      5. Sharapov
        Sharapov 24 June 2016 19: 58
        +7
        Deju-vu, and only
        under Hitler they frantically waved, now they are doing the same under Uncle Sam.
        What for us such prostitutes in brothers?
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        1. Parsec
          Parsec 24 June 2016 20: 10
          +4
          Quote: ava09
          Until recently, we did not have sovereignty at all thanks to the bourgeois - the conquistadors.


          To compradors, which of the masquerades are conquistadors ...
          1. ava09
            ava09 24 June 2016 20: 32
            -9
            Plus for the amendment. )
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            1. Monos
              Monos 25 June 2016 01: 04
              +4
              Quote: Weyland
              I would also like Russia to be a sovereign and unitary country


              And I do not care what the Constitution of the Country and which state. system. My grandfathers are lying here, my family lives here, I was baptized here, here I will go to another world and I will not have another Country. And leave this pseudo-patriotic demagogy for the NOD (state Department) Maidan projects.
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        3. Very old
          Very old 24 June 2016 20: 51
          +10
          Well this is what n ...... you have to be, so RUSSIA call it that am - where is it from?
      7. avt
        avt 24 June 2016 20: 04
        +11
        Quote: oleg-gr
        . Bulgaria has long been an independent state.

        I will reveal a "terrible secret" in addition
        Quote: oleg-gr
        . And the actions of the current rulers only confirm this. This is not a myth, but boring reality.

        Due to the efforts of this own government, soon the Bulgarians themselves, as a people, will not exist at all. Many have already dumped, the old people will die out and in fact there will be ethnic Turks, whom Zhivkov, who was spat upon by the Bulgarians, once made a choice during the Soviet Union's totalitarian occupation of Bulgaria - name and surname in Bulgarian and become Bulgarians, or nah Turkesh. So democratization of Bulgaria succeeded - the right way and a firm step towards the suicide of the country and the people.
        1. sgazeev
          sgazeev 25 June 2016 15: 20
          +1
          Quote: avt
          Quote: oleg-gr
          . Bulgaria has long been an independent state.

          I will reveal a "terrible secret" in addition
          Quote: oleg-gr
          . And the actions of the current rulers only confirm this. This is not a myth, but boring reality.

          Due to the efforts of this own government, soon the Bulgarians themselves, as a people, will not exist at all. Many have already dumped, the old people will die out and in fact there will be ethnic Turks, whom Zhivkov, who was spat upon by the Bulgarians, once made a choice during the Soviet Union's totalitarian occupation of Bulgaria - name and surname in Bulgarian and become Bulgarians, or nah Turkesh. So democratization of Bulgaria succeeded - the right way and a firm step towards the suicide of the country and the people.

          There was someone to learn from, Romanization, Germanization, Ukrainianization. belay
      8. Blondy
        Blondy 24 June 2016 20: 57
        +1
        In my opinion, the author is one of those guys who think that everything can be PR and everyone can PR.
      9. Saratoga833
        Saratoga833 24 June 2016 20: 58
        +4
        The author represents for us Bulgaria a kind of white and fluffy. And to look at history - if it were not for Russia, Bulgaria would not be as such, the Ottomans would tear it to pieces and cut it out, as they did with Armenia. In gratitude in all wars, Bulgaria fought against Russia.
        The article is a huge "minus"!
        1. Gado
          Gado 24 June 2016 21: 51
          +2
          You, too, are a huge minus, from me. And, judging by your statement, you did not bother to read the article at all.
      10. self-propelled
        self-propelled 24 June 2016 21: 36
        +2
        Quote: oleg-gr
        Bulgaria has long been an independent state. And the actions of the current rulers only confirm this. This is not a myth, but boring reality.

        as long as these "brothers" do not have their own (not bought for all sorts of gingerbreads from the great democrats) opinion and their own national policy (working for the good of their people), they will be "brothers" (as it is - in quotes) for Russia. Russia is a great Power. and without any kind of "relatives" will live and develop. that's just the greatness of Russia in its complacency and justice (in such seemingly contradictory principles). just don't believe much and hope for the complacency of Russia - sooner or later, but any complacency, trodden into manure, the end comes. and then only justice remains, which the majority (and especially those who sold complacency for sebrennik) perceive as "Russian aggressiveness."
        grant, and it will be given to you ...
        1. Number 17
          Number 17 25 June 2016 11: 46
          +2
          You are looking at the root. I agree with you. Confirmation of your words Ukraine.
      11. teacher
        teacher 25 June 2016 19: 41
        -2
        great russian imperial

        cheto ryu
    2. Major Yurik
      Major Yurik 24 June 2016 18: 51
      +5
      Yes, why, let's forget everything and hug, we will be friends, kiss on the gums, well ... until the next hitler, like! negative
      1. Koshak
        Koshak 25 June 2016 00: 43
        0
        Quote: Major Yurik
        Yes, why, let's forget everything and hug, we will be friends, kiss on the gums, well ... until the next hitler, like! negative

        No need to wait for Hitler. And why is NATO better than the Third Reich and its allies? Bulgaria has already climbed there. But this is not against Russia, but probably again against bad Serbs. And again they are one with the Turks.
        1. The stranger
          The stranger 25 June 2016 03: 19
          -6
          AGAIN at the same time with the Turks? Against the Russians?
          Boy, wipe the glasses ...
          1. sgazeev
            sgazeev 25 June 2016 15: 25
            -1
            Quote: Alien
            AGAIN at the same time with the Turks? Against the Russians?
            Boy, wipe the glasses ...

            Why not? NATO has a charter, if you like it, do it, do it, two centuries-old enemies in one bank.
    3. RUSS
      RUSS 24 June 2016 18: 51
      0
      Quote: Mikhail Krapivin
      Yes Yes. We need Bulgaria from a geopolitical point of view, so quickly forget about all their pranks and again fall in love with the wide Russian soul.

      In 3 minutes they read the article and wrote a comment, promptly! laughing
      1. vorobey
        vorobey 24 June 2016 19: 02
        +20
        Quote: RUSS
        Quote: Mikhail Krapivin
        Yes Yes. We need Bulgaria from a geopolitical point of view, so quickly forget about all their pranks and again fall in love with the wide Russian soul.

        In 3 minutes they read the article and wrote a comment, promptly! laughing



        but I re-read and agree with the nettle painfully the author is trying to mix the past and pull the donkey by the ears ...

        quote ... ruined, bloodless, with a ruined economy, a ruined army, a Russophobic pro-American regime. But, despite this, we meet in Bulgaria the most sincere, most incorruptible love for Russia. Bulgaria is the only country in which there is the National Movement "Russophiles", numbering over 30 thousand people, only individual members. It was thanks to universal popular desire that a monument to Tsar the Liberator Alexander II was erected in the center of Sofia, which even the communists did not dare to demolish after World War II,


        and again Russia itself is to blame ... quote ... Who was the first to rush into the arms of NATO and the United States? Are Yeltsin-Gaidar grief rulers? Are they not primarily responsible for everything that happened, including with the Warsaw Pact countries? Why now blame everything on the “ingratitude” of the Bulgarians? They themselves did not want to either NATO or the United States. Liberals from the Russian Federation themselves pushed them there. Just as Stalin was ready to join the Axis pact in 1940, so in 1991 Yeltsin was ready to join NATO. Bulgaria simply did not give a damn about, as well as Ukraine, Georgia, Yugoslavia, Armenia, Transnistria, Russians in the Baltic states, Kazakhstan. For which we are now paying.

        beware of people trying to instill a sense of guilt for you because they crave power over you ... Confucius ...

        article in the furnace ... let the Bulgarians prove
        1. Angor
          Angor 24 June 2016 19: 53
          +13
          "Beware of people trying to instill in you a sense of guilt for they yearn for power over you."

          Confucius
          Totally agree with you!
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        3. sgazeev
          sgazeev 25 June 2016 15: 29
          +1
          Something the author missed Hunchback, it was with him that the race for scalded races began, the only Ceausescu opposed the one marked.
      2. teascher
        teascher 24 June 2016 19: 17
        +6
        I can read it out loud in 2 minutes, plus 2 minutes to comprehend it-- I print slowly, but I read very quickly, is it wrong --- do I have to stupid?
    4. vorobey
      vorobey 24 June 2016 18: 56
      +16
      Quote: Mikhail Krapivin
      Yes Yes. We need Bulgaria from a geopolitical point of view, so quickly forget about all their pranks and again fall in love with the wide Russian soul.


      I also do not understand ... Bulgarians need to kiss in the ass?
      1. sgazeev
        sgazeev 25 June 2016 15: 34
        0
        Quote: vorobey
        Quote: Mikhail Krapivin
        Yes Yes. We need Bulgaria from a geopolitical point of view, so quickly forget about all their pranks and again fall in love with the wide Russian soul.


        I also do not understand ... Bulgarians need to kiss in the ass?

        I understand it, Slav brothers, forgive us, we are very good and fluffy, in short, build the South Stream.
    5. Verdun
      Verdun 24 June 2016 19: 10
      +3
      Quote: Mikhail Krapivin
      therefore, we will quickly forget about all their pranks and again fall in love with the wide Russian soul.

      Forgiveness can and should. But it’s not endless! After all, even when Jesus said, “whoever hits you on your right cheek, turn to him and the other,” he hardly meant that they would constantly whip on the cheeks.
      1. vorobey
        vorobey 24 June 2016 19: 13
        +4
        Quote: Verdun
        Quote: Mikhail Krapivin
        therefore, we will quickly forget about all their pranks and again fall in love with the wide Russian soul.

        Forgiveness can and should. But it’s not endless! After all, even when Jesus said, “whoever hits you on your right cheek, turn to him and the other,” he hardly meant that they would constantly whip on the cheeks.


        you gave an example that I always gave here in VO only in a different form ... I said that “whoever hits you on your right cheek, turn to him another” and nothing is written further ... if you were hit on the second cheek .. laughing
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    7. papas-57
      papas-57 24 June 2016 19: 21
      +6
      I didn't even read, it was only necessary to remember on whose side the `` brothers '' fought in the two world wars.
    8. Ramzaj99
      Ramzaj99 24 June 2016 19: 25
      +1
      It is strange that the author does not know that during the Second World War, Bulgaria did not declare war on the USSR and never fought with it.

      With Bulgaria, everything is complicated. Somewhere in the memoirs of veterans, I read that in the USSR, Bulgarian battalions fought in the second echelon, the protection of the rear, provisions, and so on. (Naturally on the side of the Nazis). Although officially from history we know that Bulgaria entered the war on the side of Germany in 41, it seems that it did not fight against the USSR. These are the paradoxes ....
      1. sgazeev
        sgazeev 25 June 2016 15: 40
        -1
        Quote: Ramzaj99
        It is strange that the author does not know that during the Second World War, Bulgaria did not declare war on the USSR and never fought with it.

        With Bulgaria, everything is complicated. Somewhere in the memoirs of veterans, I read that in the USSR, Bulgarian battalions fought in the second echelon, the protection of the rear, provisions, and so on. (Naturally on the side of the Nazis). Although officially from history we know that Bulgaria entered the war on the side of Germany in 41, it seems that it did not fight against the USSR. These are the paradoxes ....

        The Czechs and Slovaks are also a kind of paradox, but however, Germany acquired arms for 40 divisions and riveted armor until May 9. The frogs almost created the entire Reich submarine fleet.
    9. GradusHuK
      GradusHuK 24 June 2016 19: 45
      -1
      We all remember! Ivan is such a simple-minded person in fairy tales. But you need to keep an answer for everything! Brothers, oh, this concerns.
    10. Havoc
      Havoc 24 June 2016 20: 27
      +11
      Quote: Mikhail Krapivin
      Yes Yes. We need Bulgaria from a geopolitical point of view, so quickly forget about all their pranks and again fall in love with the wide Russian soul.


      Can we?
      1. vorobey
        vorobey 24 June 2016 20: 43
        +2
        Quote: Havoc
        Can we?


        Oh, here in Bulgaria everything is so ambiguous ... request
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      3. masiya
        masiya 24 June 2016 20: 52
        -1
        Yes, it’s unlikely that everything is going to this, the folk succumbed to the western chewing gum ...
    11. Denis Obukhov
      Denis Obukhov 24 June 2016 20: 51
      +9
      Unfortunately, the myth of the Slavic "brotherhood" has not stood the test of history. And all the talk about friendship is just a statement of the fact that you can sit with a representative of the Slavic people at the table and have a drink, but nothing more. At the same time risking getting a knife in the back. As for politics, all the Balkan peoples have always considered Russia just a source of any benefits and nothing more. At the same time, they never intended to compromise their interests for the common benefit. As a result, the Serbs withdrew themselves from the role of the state-forming people of Yugoslavia, refused to fight for their country, betrayed and sold the leadership and lost everything, slipping to the level of a rusty Heyropean garbage dump, but with a manic aspiration for GeEurope. The same is true for Bulgarians: in private conversations, many really express a good attitude towards Russia, but when it comes to politics and economics - everything, complete subordination to the Americans and Brussels, NATO military bases and everything else. I understand, according to the old saying, who feeds a girl, she dances. But the question is, do we need such corrupt girls? I personally think not ...
      PS In general, we absolutely should not worry about the fate of these "small" peoples. We need to solve our problems, while the main national idea should be to strengthen the political, economic, social stability of the Russian people, as our state-forming entity. With a strong Russian people, there will be a strong country, and all other peoples of our vast country will be strong. We need to invest in education, in social protection, in a decent pension system, and then others will be drawn to us. I have already said and will repeat again: they are drawn only to the strong and respected. Nobody wants to live with weaklings and suckers. Everyone just wants to fuck with them ...
      1. sgazeev
        sgazeev 25 June 2016 15: 44
        -1
        Confused, confused, confused,
        Butterfly well, who is to blame?
        Confused, confused, confused,
        Hotel lights burn so enticingly. Gazmanova on a tour to Bulgaria, as a reminder of their bazaar price. lol
    12. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich 24 June 2016 20: 54
      -1
      So where does this incomprehensible, anti-Christian hatred of the Bulgarian people come from in Russia? Why do we love to pick up and savor every American stuffing against Bulgaria?
      author. Well, you give ... just a naive young man, or ideologically stubborn as characters from a nightingale? fool
    13. stas
      stas 24 June 2016 21: 25
      -1
      The author is engaged in historical whistle, half with fiction and the fitting of facts, as Viktor Suvorov does, he is Rezun, he is a corrupt crest, he is also a traitor to the Motherland.
    14. Ratmir_Ryazan
      Ratmir_Ryazan 25 June 2016 10: 44
      +3
      The author of the article does not offer to forget something and does not embellish anything ... He once again talks about how it was in history and that it is necessary to separate the actions of the current Bulgarian authorities, which are under the control of the United States and ordinary people ... You need to be more objective and wise, seek and support our allies, and not turn all Bulgarians into enemies !!!
      Thanks to the author for an interesting and detailed article ...
  2. volodya
    volodya 24 June 2016 18: 48
    0
    Of course, there was nothing, and they never fought against us?
    1. Monos
      Monos 24 June 2016 19: 41
      +10
      smile And they accidentally entered the Triple Alliance, and the Euroreich.
      Well it happened. What really is there.
  3. Dr. Bormental
    Dr. Bormental 24 June 2016 18: 50
    +6
    Pickled cucumbers and tomatoes of the "Globus" company were delicious in the USSR ... saliva still flows when I remember)) smile But I can’t say anything about Bulgarian politics ... repeat
    1. pudelartemon
      pudelartemon 24 June 2016 19: 04
      +12
      They actually released Hungary. But at least always, even in socialist times, she hated Russia almost openly.
      And Bulgaria with a touching cat always rubbed on our feet and purred tenderly.
      Yes, for 500 years, the Janissaries there destroyed the Slavic spirit and replaced it with the vile Turkish ...
      1. Dr. Bormental
        Dr. Bormental 24 June 2016 19: 10
        +3
        EXACTLY ... Hungary .. oh I .. laughing Thanks for the correction))) hi
        1. Verdun
          Verdun 24 June 2016 19: 28
          +8
          Quote: Dr. Bormental
          And Bulgaria with a touching cat always rubbed on our feet and purred tenderly.

          Anecdote from the times of the USSR. Within UNESCO, it was decided to declare the year of the elephant and publish books about these animals. Which was done.
          1. Great Britain. "All About Elephants". 50 pages.
          2. Germany. "About elephants". 300 pages.
          3. Italy. "A little about elephants". 400 pages.
          5. France. "The Sex Life of Elephants". 500 pages.
          6. USSR. In two volumes. The first volume is "From the Life of Elephants". 400 pages. The second volume is "The Soviet Elephant - The Lucky Elephant in the World!" - 500 pages.
          7. Bulgaria. In three volumes. The first volume is "From the Life of Elephants". 400 pages. The second volume is "The Soviet Elephant - The Lucky Elephant in the World!" - 500 pages. The third volume is "The Bulgarian Elephant - the Best Friend of the Soviet Elephant". 600 pages.
          1. Revolver
            Revolver 24 June 2016 19: 38
            +10
            Quote: Verdun
            6. USSR. In two volumes. The first volume is "From the Life of Elephants". 400 pages. The second volume is "The Soviet Elephant - The Lucky Elephant in the World!" - 500 pages.

            You forgot the fundamental volume "Russia - the homeland of elephants" wassat
            1. Verdun
              Verdun 24 June 2016 19: 39
              +1
              Quote: Nagan
              You forgot the fundamental volume "Russia - the homeland of elephants" wassat

              Yes, I really forgot! crying
          2. Dr. Bormental
            Dr. Bormental 24 June 2016 20: 24
            +2
            good Super ... cheered up ... thanks hi
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          4. Weyland
            Weyland 24 June 2016 22: 57
            +2
            I heard differently:
            USA: "What the Average American Should Know About Elephants" - 10 pages
            Germany: A Brief Introduction to Elephant Science - 400 pages.
            That "Russia is the homeland of elephants" - you have already written,
            and from the Bulgarians in my version was only the 3rd volume.
          5. Weyland
            Weyland 24 June 2016 22: 57
            0
            I heard differently:
            USA: "What the Average American Should Know About Elephants" - 10 pages
            Germany: A Brief Introduction to Elephant Science - 400 pages.
            That "Russia is the homeland of elephants" - you have already written,
            and from the Bulgarians in my version was only the 3rd volume.
        2. Verdun
          Verdun 24 June 2016 19: 32
          +5
          Quote: Dr. Bormental
          EXACTLY ... Hungary .. eh .. laughing. Thanks for the amendment)))

          You still remember "Moravian sausages" with lecho ... repeat It was a good snack!
          1. Dr. Bormental
            Dr. Bormental 24 June 2016 20: 32
            +2
            I am in 1981. born .. I don’t remember everything winked For some reason, these marinades were sunk into the soul .. How many I tried them different .. but those globe, the most delicious were))
        3. Mavrikiy
          Mavrikiy 24 June 2016 19: 36
          +6
          https://my.mail.ru/mail/luch_konserv/photo/_myphoto/1.html#_grs=photo.myspot.big
          avatar
          Quote: Dr. Bormental
          EXACTLY ... Hungary .. oh I .. laughing Thanks for the correction))) hi

          I think this will also remind Bulgaria. Strawberry Jam
          1. The stranger
            The stranger 25 June 2016 03: 10
            +2
            This was the first time I had overeating myself in the Union, I even brought two cans to my parents home. There was a shortage.
            Still in short supply was tomato juice, and in the GDR was in every store.
            Everything went with different labels, the common was Bulgar-something.
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    2. teascher
      teascher 24 June 2016 19: 20
      +2
      plus you, and fruit and fruit juice. In jars with a soft lid - sweetness and a little bit of vinegar
  4. Alexey RA
    Alexey RA 24 June 2016 18: 53
    +7
    By the way, during World War I, the Bulgarians did not directly fight a little. Insignificant clashes between the Russian and Bulgarian forces took place only on the secondary Solonik front.

    Yeah ... that's just as a result of these minor clashes the number of soldiers passing through the hospital of the 2nd Special Russian Infantry Brigade exceeded the number of its combat personnel:
    In the very first battles, the brigade suffered sensitive losses - already in early October they amounted to about 1400 people.

    In January 1917 General Diterichs sent a report to the Russian General Staff on the strength of the brigade. A total of 187 officers and 8565 lower ranks arrived at the Thessaloniki Front, of which there were 116 officers and 5194 lower ranks. During the fighting, 10 officers and 700 soldiers were killed and died, 30 officers and 1598 soldiers were wounded, by January 1, 25 officers and 3151 soldiers were in hospitals, and during this period 63 officers and 5290 soldiers were in hospitals. 25 officers and 3439 soldiers arrived from Russia to staff, and in January there were 158 officers and 8394 soldiers in service. These figures show how difficult it was for soldiers and officers of the 2nd Brigade in the first months of the fighting.

    The neighboring 4th special Russian infantry brigade lost 3 people in just 1916 days of the offensive in November 301.
    1. The stranger
      The stranger 25 June 2016 03: 32
      -1
      Let's expand the map.
      Which, you say, square? So this is a foreign country, commander, should I really give it to the adjacent territory?
      Gave - received the answer. What are you whining about?
  5. teascher
    teascher 24 June 2016 18: 56
    +3
    Less, the author manipulates historical facts too freely, keeping silent about some facts and manipulating others.
    1. The stranger
      The stranger 25 June 2016 04: 20
      +1
      What about your arguments? Maybe you know something secret?
      At my discretion, the author used only public facts, without even interpreting them. For which I will probably make comments to him if I find out who he is. He himself would have written more than that, but since he had not written, he has no right to arise.
      And if you yourself cannot refute the author with facts, then go in the corner and be silent.
  6. Vladimir 1964
    Vladimir 1964 24 June 2016 18: 57
    +3
    I liked the publication, I don’t know how much, the facts cited by the author really have a place to be, I’m not referring to historical facts, but to current reality, but I still have pleasant feelings and I want to believe the author from the heart. hi
    1. vorobey
      vorobey 24 June 2016 19: 10
      +4
      Quote: Vladimir 1964
      I liked the publication, I don’t know how much, the facts cited by the author really have a place to be, I’m not referring to historical facts, but to current reality, but I still have pleasant feelings and I want to believe the author from the heart. hi


      Yes Yes...




      In the Bulgarian city of Plovdiv, a red cape was put on a monument to the Soviet soldier Alyosha, and his mouth was tied with a black bandage, according to the French newspaper Le Parisien.


      The mayor of the city, Ivan Totev, said that this act "is not without a sense of humor." "The monument was not damaged, there is no talk of any vandalism," the French edition quoted the mayor as saying.



      In Sofia, in the city center, there is also a monument to a Soviet soldier. Anti-communist circles oppose him, notes Le Parisien. On August 21, bronze bas-reliefs of nine Soviet soldiers were painted bright pink. Under the bas-relief they wrote “Prague 68” and “Bulgaria asks forgiveness”. The inscriptions were erased on the same day by local authorities. This action was timed to coincide with the "invasion of the countries of the communist bloc in Czechoslovakia in 1968," the newspaper writes. And in 2011, unknown people painted the costumes of Superman, Santa Claus and Mac Donald's clown on sculptures.



      "During the communist dictatorship," Bulgaria was a devoted ally of the USSR, writes Le Parisien. In 1944, "the communist regime forced Bulgaria to build monuments to the Soviet soldier." Several times they raised the question of the demolition of these monuments, but each time these attempts meet stubborn resistance from the Russian embassy and the Bulgarian Russophiles, who insist that the Red Army fought against Nazism, the newspaper notes.

      Original news InoTV:
      https://russian.rt.com/inotv/2013-09-22/V-oskvernenii-pamyatnika-Aleshe-bolgarsk
      ij
      1. Vladimir 1964
        Vladimir 1964 24 June 2016 19: 57
        +7
        Quote: vorobey
        Yes Yes...
        In the Bulgarian city of Plovdiv, a red cape was put on a monument to the Soviet soldier Alyosha, and his mouth was tied with a black bandage, according to the French newspaper Le Parisien.
        The mayor of the city, Ivan Totev, said that this act "is not without a sense of humor." "The monument was not damaged, there is no talk of any vandalism," the French edition quoted the mayor as saying.

        Sasha, I respect you, and the fact that you just did not read my comment is certainly not very pleasant, but this is not the most important thing. Pay attention to a colleague, someone still reads and perceives it realistically. This is me about the pros and cons. And the comment itself, if you would read it, this is of course a dream, although I have encountered a lot of Bulgarians in Western Siberia (2013-2015) in work, I can’t say anything negative, the men you can work with, but they themselves about they have an opinion in their government quite analogous to that which we have for our DAM. hi
        1. vorobey
          vorobey 24 June 2016 20: 37
          +3
          Quote: Vladimir 1964
          Sasha, I respect you, and the fact that you just did not read my comment is certainly not very pleasant, but this is not the most important thing. Pay attention to a colleague, someone still reads and perceives it realistically


          Vladimir likewise has respect and sympathy for you as a sober person, but disagreement aroused your comment .. I carefully read it ... our memories and hopes are one thing, but the reality, alas, is different ... also came across the Bulgarians and drank together .. told in VO this curiosity is somehow ... but .. attention is a question .. we are trying to forgive and understand the Bulgarians .. and Ukrainians how? can also forgive and understand and leave it as it is?
          1. Vladimir 1964
            Vladimir 1964 24 June 2016 20: 48
            +3
            Quote: vorobey
            Vladimir likewise has respect and sympathy for you as a sober person, but disagreement aroused your comment .. I carefully read it ... our memories and hopes are one thing, but the reality, alas, is different ... also came across the Bulgarians and drank together .. told in VO this curiosity is somehow ... but .. attention is a question .. we are trying to forgive and understand the Bulgarians .. and Ukrainians how? can also forgive and understand and leave it as it is?

            Sasha, thank you for your reply, I haven't communicated with you for a long time, but this has not lost interest in your comments. But nevertheless, no one canceled the "feeling of the soul", I know the history of Soviet-Russian-Bulgarian relations, still 25 years of service. But, Sasha, I just liked the article from the bottom of my heart, I agree not entirely objective, but positive? Maybe I'm getting old and this is already insanity, but it's really bad to imagine life and relationships better than they are. It is bad, in my opinion, to make mistakes in operational planning, but we are not at the command post. hi
            1. vorobey
              vorobey 24 June 2016 20: 53
              +2
              Quote: Vladimir 1964
              Maybe I'm getting old and this is insanity, but it’s really bad to imagine life and relationships than they are.


              Vladimir You are a romantic, as in principle, and I ... each of us believes in humanity and its bright destiny .. but alas ... do you know the parable about the prodigal son? let it also come and repent .. but not try to blame everything on us .. wink

              I strongly recommend that you read at your leisure .. Yulia Voskresenskaya "The Way of Cassandra or the Journey with Macaroni" is not in my opinion there is .. fantasy but so real especially in these times laughing
              1. Vladimir 1964
                Vladimir 1964 24 June 2016 21: 00
                +2
                Quote: vorobey
                Vladimir You are a romantic, as in principle, and I ... each of us believes in humanity and its bright destiny .. but alas ... do you know the parable about the prodigal son? let it also come and repent .. but not try to blame everything on us ..
                I strongly recommend that you read at your leisure .. Yulia Voskresenskaya "The Way of Cassandra or the Journey with Macaroni" is not in my opinion there is .. fantasy but so real especially in these times

                Sasha, I take your advice. what
                Thanks for the communication, it was right nice. hi
                PS And about the romance .... no comment, although of course you are right. soldier
              2. evil partisan
                evil partisan 24 June 2016 21: 13
                +1
                Quote: vorobey
                I strongly recommend that you read at your leisure .. Julia Voskresenskaya "The Way of Cassandra or the Journey with Macaroni"

                I once trusted you and my wife and I began to watch the movie you recommended about cowboys. Hmmm ... After THIS, for some time I stopped believing in people ... sad
                Hi esthetic, fucking! drinks
                1. Vladimir 1964
                  Vladimir 1964 24 June 2016 21: 27
                  +1
                  Quote: Angry Guerrilla
                  I once trusted you and my wife and I began to watch the movie you recommended about cowboys. Hmmm ... After THIS, for some time I stopped believing in people ...
                  Hi esthetic, fucking!

                  Can I have a wife? belay
                2. vorobey
                  vorobey 24 June 2016 21: 28
                  +5
                  Quote: Angry Guerrilla
                  I once trusted you and my wife and I began to watch the movie you recommended about cowboys. Hmmm ... After THIS, for some time I stopped believing in people ...


                  I can disappoint ... I used to think that only women ... I advised you to invite your wife? this black movie you have to watch yourself and laugh .. laugh ... laughing Hi Poltorakt .. wassat
                  1. Vladimir 1964
                    Vladimir 1964 24 June 2016 21: 31
                    0
                    Quote: vorobey
                    I can disappoint ... I used to think that only women ... I advised you to invite your wife? this movie you need to watch yourself and laugh .. laugh ... Hello Poltorakt ..

                    Damn, I don't know who to listen to, since the accusations of the "evil partisan" look quite real. belay
                    1. vorobey
                      vorobey 24 June 2016 22: 14
                      +4
                      Quote: Vladimir 1964
                      Damn, I don't know who to listen to, since the accusations of the "evil partisan" look quite real.


                      Unlike the partisan, I don’t advise evil ... he can teach him how to fly mushrooms, how to convince the bear that he doesn’t need a lair on a winter night, it’s next to him the wolves howl from Budun after drinking ... everything is traditional with me and conservatively laughing
                      1. Vladimir 1964
                        Vladimir 1964 24 June 2016 22: 34
                        +1
                        Quote: vorobey
                        Unlike the partisan, I don’t advise evil ... he can teach him how to fly mushrooms, how to convince the bear that he doesn’t need a lair on a winter night, it’s next to him the wolves howl from Budun after drinking ... everything is traditional with me and conservatively

                        Sasha, even what you have listed makes this "evil partisan" respectful, because everything that you have listed for me is quite new, but interesting. "About wolves" (Kazakhstani) I can look serious, but everything else is terribly interesting, and I can claim the above, especially about bears ... I haven’t seen them except in the forest, in the Caucasus, but here they are rare and very small, too poaching ....
                  2. evil partisan
                    evil partisan 24 June 2016 21: 32
                    +1
                    Quote: vorobey
                    One and a half act ..

                    Well thank you for not Counterfeiting ... sad
                    1. vorobey
                      vorobey 24 June 2016 22: 09
                      +4
                      Quote: Angry Guerrilla
                      Well thank you for not Counterfeiting ...


                      well .. this is for weight ... laughing The half-act sounds like that ... repeat
                      1. Vladimir 1964
                        Vladimir 1964 24 June 2016 22: 15
                        0
                        Sasha, what is a "half-ect" belay really interesting.
                      2. vorobey
                        vorobey 24 June 2016 22: 40
                        +3
                        Quote: Vladimir 1964
                        Sasha, what is a "half-ect"


                        it’s better to ask the partisan ... laughing
                      3. Vladimir 1964
                        Vladimir 1964 24 June 2016 22: 46
                        +1
                        Quote: vorobey
                        Sasha, what is a "half-ect"
                        it’s better to ask the partisan ...

                        Sasha, so how do you ask him, is he evil? belay
                      4. vorobey
                        vorobey 24 June 2016 23: 51
                        +3
                        Quote: Vladimir 1964
                        Sasha, so how do you ask him, is he evil?


                        soot ... laughing
                      5. Vladimir 1964
                        Vladimir 1964 25 June 2016 01: 03
                        0
                        Quote: vorobey
                        soot ...

                        And I, Sasha, are even more afraid belay... "Angry partisan" is a serious matter. soldier
                        Sasha, thank you and the Evil Partisan, believe me, I received sincere pleasure in communicating. hi
  • The stranger
    The stranger 25 June 2016 05: 45
    -2
    And why all this?
    “It's easy, at ease, and even inexpensive to be Russian in Red Square,” writes the Texas Stupid Morning Man.
    She was echoed by the magazine "Lesbians of Kentucky": "It is easy for zeks to get to the Kolyma."
    Suddenly, "National Vulcanology" bursts in with stunning disclosures about theft in the Starling House Workshops in the Ghanaian VO.
    Can you even imagine WHAT it costs to defend these monuments? Having not only nuclear weapons, but nothing at all, or even access to the Internet on this issue? Without even the support of the Russian embassy? Although it is three kilometers from the place. For that, having against yourself not only a one-year-old car, but the entire European Union, which holds you for a wild beast, and soaks you with traps and gas in stoves, as in a buchenwald.
    Over all these years, I personally, and my friends, received support only from Rossotrudnichestvo, in the form of several Gergiev ribbons, which I asked for from an employee, though without question. But what he even exists, accidentally learned from the guys from Khanty-Mansiysk, on the border with Serbia, when they escorted them to Berlin that year. After their cars were repaired for two days on the street, at the door of a Russian institution.
    Do you catch geography?
    And the question price?
    It turns out that we are not worth the price, and you are lying nonsense.
    1. vorobey
      vorobey 25 June 2016 22: 57
      +2
      Quote: Alien
      Can you even imagine WHAT it costs to defend these monuments? Having not only nuclear weapons, but nothing at all, or even access to the Internet on this issue? Without even the support of the Russian embassy? Although it is three kilometers from the place. For that, having against yourself not only a one-year-old car, but the entire European Union, which holds you for a wild beast, and it is wetting you with traps and gas in stoves, as in a buchenwald


      it remains only to hang out in the washstand ... but non-citizens in Tallinn fought for their Bronze Soldier ... and the noise was ... not like everything is quiet with the brothers and with a "sense of humor" ... wink
  • teascher
    teascher 24 June 2016 19: 26
    +2
    Sorry, I want to believe, that is, the facts as in the Baltic states, in Ukraine, sideways, but I want to believe that Bandera and the forest brothers are Russian brothers forever and Vlasov is a savior7
  • Kos_kalinki9
    Kos_kalinki9 24 June 2016 18: 59
    +7
    If Russia does not have good relations with Bulgaria, she will not see either the South Stream
    Ah, but you might think we are now building it hard, and the Bulgarian brothers help us in this by rubbing blood corns on our palms, carrying pipes. The author, awww. What year are you living in? The South Stream was covered. As the mattress covers on the little brothers cycled, it was covered. From the word quickly and immediately.
    1. The stranger
      The stranger 25 June 2016 07: 42
      -1
      As I read, you rubbed your feet yourself, dragging them rude. Or hands? Or an ass about clave?
      Writing, awww. What year do you live in?
  • teascher
    teascher 24 June 2016 19: 00
    +7
    Here we make a reservation again: Serbia is a fraternal country for Russia, with which the Orthodox faith, brotherhood in arms, and mutually shed blood connect us. But, firstly, all this connects us with Bulgaria,
    only with one in the union were in 2 world wars, and with the other enemies, well, let's call the Poles brothers again, well, also the Slavs.
  • forester
    forester 24 June 2016 19: 02
    +5
    Again they suck up, they sensed that the wind is changing - it’s not sweet, they don’t feed them with ESeks, they don’t drink, they do not warm)))
  • teascher
    teascher 24 June 2016 19: 03
    +2
    Poland, Bulgaria, Serbia-- Slavs and brothers - and the words of Lavrov: D..y, b..y.
    1. Todessichel
      Todessichel 24 June 2016 19: 54
      -6
      Read this saying of Mr. Lavrov every time before going to bed
  • Riieurakawa
    Riieurakawa 24 June 2016 19: 07
    +8
    Bierunya: “If you give the South Kurils to the Japanese (maybe then the North Kurils right away, with most of Sakhalin, because once the Japanese also belonged, eh? There are all sorts of speculators about“ we’ll just sell them more expensive, there Silent Hill is dull and nobody lives ... ”) - there will also be a US base and their missile defense system, if we don’t take Belarus - they will overthrow Lukashenko and also put up an missile defense system and deploy tactical nuclear weapons in secret, as in“ non-nuclear officially ”Canada, Germany, Italy, Turkey, Greece, Spain (these are already no secret), Romania with Poland, the Baltic states, South Korea and Japan (there have been rumors about NATO nuclear weapons and the USA in these countries for years, some even with photos of mysterious containers that are so heavy that their six people are dragged, even in size and two is enough). Saudis are rumored (and for some time due to murky facts scattered in Wikileaks in English), under the strict supervision of the CIA, they bought not only hundreds of ICBMs from the PRC, but also nuclear weapons, they have a lot of money, the oil company of Saudi Arabia belongs to the head of state , in whose honor the state is named, and five percent of its shares are more expensive than all Russian oil producers or even the French Total, according to rumors, it costs more than a trillion bucks, at least they estimate it like that - in two annual US military budgets. We need to take Alaska and place our missile defense there, it’s not arrogance and recklessness — it’s a need for protection — to show the vile NATO that we can also attack (Crimea doesn’t count, this is our land, Russians lived there, live and will live and only ignoramus the Englishman does not know this). You can take Guam or together with China - Hawaii, just divide the islands and fight off the US State Department’s desire to show off half a century ahead. Hawaii - The Lawful Democratic Referendum and the mass of Good Polite People! And if anyone is against Russian Kindness, the Chinese will deport the Hawaiians on their own to the continental United States, which have already tried, and from scratch, from vileness and envy to the Great Country, drove the image of Russia and its image into a minus, it will no longer suffer, but the Americans they will understand what it is like to blaspheme Holy Russia. China, because of a hidden epidemic of infertility among Asian teenagers (for this patent awarded the racial infertility virus in the United States, is the intellectual property of pharmaceutical transcontinental companies), and so soon Hawaii will take it all and cut it out, why not the Russian Federation play the role of The powers of the Peacemaker, the Liberator, and not save Hawaii from the satanic elite of the United States and the mobilized armies of the Middle Kingdom, we have good relations with the PRC ...
    1. vorobey
      vorobey 24 June 2016 19: 16
      +5
      picky ...
      1. Kos_kalinki9
        Kos_kalinki9 24 June 2016 19: 22
        0
        vorobey (3) RU Today, 19:16 ↑
        picky ...

        Yeah........ recourse
    2. cherkas.oe
      cherkas.oe 25 June 2016 00: 56
      0
      Quote: RieMurakawa
      China due to latent epidemic of infertility among Asian teenagers

      WHAT are we smoking, madmazel? love
  • Mama_Cholli
    Mama_Cholli 24 June 2016 19: 08
    +3
    How old is the article? It seems new, but last year's facts fly out. What a bridgehead, what strategic location?
    You can’t see the south stream anymore, due to the position of Bulgaria in 2015, and the territory of Bulgaria does not border the Russian Federation.
    How much muslin can Brothers?
    1. The stranger
      The stranger 25 June 2016 04: 28
      0
      Has geography changed much since the 14th?
      What are you pulling for? So that the Bulgarians start calling you a padded jacket?
      Hold on, bro. To fight in a tavern for a girl - always please. So the girls are good. And barking at a glass of moonshine is already to the district police officer. To the doctor.
  • Riieurakawa
    Riieurakawa 24 June 2016 19: 08
    +3
    And Ukraine. After the events in the Donbass, Russia does not have a moral right not to take Ukraine completely and completely, and not to imprison all those responsible for infanticide and for life, even if they build something on the Northern Land or the Novosibirsk Islands, there they have a place. Baltic States-there offend Russian, consider non-citizens! By the time we get to Poland, the United States will try to start the third world war and inadvertently, due to a malfunction in software (or a glitch in iron, a malfunction of satellites, etc.) will independently explode all its bases, including in Poland. There will be nothing to take, but the Poles will beg them to take with their Romanians and Finns on their knees, because an enraged China will knock on his door, because he doesn’t give birth to children anymore, as in India, the USA and the villainous NATO arranged epidemics of sterilizing overpopulated multi-billion countries by race of viruses, China uses all civilian vessels and wagons, mobilizes a large part of the male and female population, which is nearly a billion and flood half of Europe with its troops, for nuclear India and Pakistan, where there are also epidemics of infertility caused by viruses they’re mussing around among children - they’ll be engaged in the Middle East, especially the well-fed Saudis (India will be offered to kneel before the Greatness of the United States, and when she refuses - she, like China, will be infected with an epidemic of sterility among girls that is invisible for the time being, maybe Americans have infected , but we don’t know). Everyone will hate in the world of this future, NATO, which has not so far removed from the pages of the history of history, well, Love Russia, of course, which saves everyone from its furious PRC at least half-billion (this is a third of the population, or half of the population of India) mobilized armies that will be everywhere, after all, China end, children are not born there anymore - through the efforts of the villainous America and her lover of chatting about reducing the world's population in the backward countries of the vicious capitalist oligarchic elite of non-human parasites. And everyone will understand that they paid NATO taxes, and this alien structure of the invaders (North Atlantic Alliance) not only wanted to sterilize the world's population like those aliens in the second Half-Life, they also tried to eventually destroy the world by striking from self-flooded because errors in hardware and software (of drowned) submarines on their own bases (thinking that they are firing in the Russian Federation and China).
  • Riieurakawa
    Riieurakawa 24 June 2016 19: 09
    +1
    By the time we take California - there will be a continuous civil war and California in the former USA for a decade, the Primordially Russian Land discovered from the brig of Juno by Russian navigators (the first settlements were ours) itself will want to be part of the Russian Federation, asking for protection from trying to save the situation of the Department of State, isolated by quarantine and international sanctions, in Washington, followed by Arizona and Nevada, will want to become part of Russia, Canada, which the United States will annex and then lose. There will be total peace in the world and only Russia will remain an island of stability and development under conditions of total anti-Christian degradation (this will be especially noticeable in those countries where there were NATO bases that were accidentally destroyed in a fit of unconscious rage to all living beings by the NATO nuclear fleet, there there will be a Fallout and refugees will flow from the EU to Asia and Africa, but their boats will turn over and sink, and the Kenyan newspaper will publish satire on a French little boy drowned and washed ashore trying to escape with his ancestors from a backward plague Europe with the values ​​of the Inquisition) ... In the USA the Christian State, the Black Legion and the Direct Democracy Society will rage with the National Guard (American fascists), occasionally as humanitarian aid, Russia and the Celestial Empire will drop arms to everyone except the US National Guard, for there are all Good people except those who are for the previous corrupt regime , well, we’ll strike a little bit, it will last For years, decades, Russia is in no hurry, we will make a reality show out of it, sell it to South America and Africa, earn even more money, they taught us selfish capitalism, once they regret that they themselves did not accept Our Altruistic Communism. China will take Australia and New Zealand, and Canada will be asked again in the Russian Federation, and we will think about it again (we have so many lands, why do we need the radioactive lands of NATO Canada?).
  • Riieurakawa
    Riieurakawa 24 June 2016 19: 10
    0
    China, having ended with Europe, will land in a starving, quarantined, civilized war and epidemics of Britain, and Scotland will be asked to Russia too, but do we need them? Japan will become a Japanese region and will plow, and pay taxes, but not have the right to vote, because it’s not a lot. In Ukraine, in Kiev, after half a million arrests of the Ukrainian elite, the remaining representatives of the non-elite will be laid out with roses “We Love Russia!”, And then forests will be “trimmed” around Kiev so that this inscription can be seen from space. And of course we will believe them, brotherly people, why not believe it. The French will probably refuse - let the Chinese do what they want with them because the virus that sterilizes children in China was created, including with the help of French taxpayers, the Germans will have to be sheltered as part of the Russian Federation, they are almost Slavs (it will become fashionable to consider yourself almost Slavs, Russian together with Chinese, it will become a world language instead of “damned English”, which UNESCO admits as a fury great with the permission of the UN shocked by the monstrous crimes of its speakers against humanity and humanity - a dead language, like Latin, any symbolism of the USA, including the dollar, will be banned as fascist swastika). The PRC, together with the Indians, will take the Middle East with the oil they need so much and part of Africa, Russia, most of the EU and part of South America. We will not take Antarctica, it’s boring there. By the year 2034, the birth rate in Russia is half-planet — 6 children per family, a Slav may be more (less than three are criminally punishable!) The entire world elite who launched a suicide attack by NATO nuclear forces against their own bases and bioterror in China and India , sits life-long in Russian prisons on webcams (cameras with live broadcasts for the whole world on a reality show, such as Hilary Clinton, in the same cell with Trump, speaking with his quotes, mummified billionaire politician John Kerry (his daughter participated in the development of a vaccine that would provoke girls have infertility since the age of twelve, which is why it has become famous throughout Africa and South America) and the old Obama-at-Parasha, the meaning of the word webcam has changed). Civilization 404 for Russia. Epic Vin!
  • Riieurakawa
    Riieurakawa 24 June 2016 19: 10
    +3
    Instead of Disney and Hollywood, in Russian California there will be Fallout Vold, in place of the American military base destroyed by the American nuclear arsenal, maybe even Tuentine Palms, a former US marine base near the eponymous town in San Bernardino County, they have it there The Mojave Viper is held regularly, “Alley of improvised explosive devices” exactly the same recreated eastern village made for themselves. The last patriots would be driven into it as an Indian reservation by the time the decade as non-existent and forbidden to mention the United States, to remember America would be bad form, like Hitler. They’ll do shows for the whole world, it’s good for the Americans, natural born showmen, will pay taxes to Vladivostok (the new capital of the Russian Federation), finally they will increase pensions, yes ... According to TF, they will show how Russian Mariners are greeted with bread and salt in Canada Liberators from the bloody regime of the US State Department and the vicious world elite of transcontinental corporations and Wall Street. The Russians, as usual, took pity on the Kindness of the Soul and accepted into their composition (in the Russian Federation, the Russian Federation included) on their knees begging Canadians and Scots, which saved these peoples from Kara Kara. Glory to Russia!!!
    1. Banishing liberoids
      Banishing liberoids 24 June 2016 19: 47
      +3
      Re Murokawa or Birunya — you should read bedtime stories to the kids in the kindergarten, or even write them. I put you a plus.
      1. vorobey
        vorobey 24 June 2016 20: 38
        +3
        Quote: Expelling Liberoids
        Re Murokawa or Birunya — you should read bedtime stories to the kids in the kindergarten, or even write them. I put you a plus.


        ward # 6
  • Foresterer
    Foresterer 24 June 2016 19: 13
    +10
    I’ve read the article and brought out one thing from it - that, we, Russia and the Russians are to blame for all or almost all of the Bulgarian troubles. They signed the wrong documents, put a few lives there, they had to take off the last one in order to give it to them and generally carry it in their hands and love it to the last. Until the last Russian.
  • engineering
    engineering 24 June 2016 19: 13
    +5
    Liberals from the Russian Federation themselves pushed them there. Just as Stalin was ready to join the Axis pact in 1940, so in 1991 Yeltsin was ready to join NATO. Bulgaria simply did not give a damn about, as well as Ukraine, Georgia, Yugoslavia, Armenia, Transnistria, Russians in the Baltic states, Kazakhstan. For which we are now paying.

    "A tear rolls from the article", what kind of Russians we are not grateful and noble, animals in one word. Whoever wants to and how he wants to crucify us, here we are. Russian barbarians have betrayed and abandoned everyone, and they are all "innocent bunnies" abandoned. How long will we be persuaded and accused of all sins, conceivable and inconceivable. Yes, the Bulgarian people treat us well, but the policy is made not by the people, but by the government, but who chooses the government, the people.
    If Russia does not have good relations with Bulgaria, it will not see either the “South Stream” or a military alliance with the same Serbia, the shortest route to which by sea lies precisely through Bulgaria.

    And this is blackmail.
    1. The stranger
      The stranger 25 June 2016 04: 44
      0
      So blackmail ...
      I was born here, 1 years ago. Maybe you lived in this apartment before? Then I apologize.
      1. engineering
        engineering 25 June 2016 05: 43
        +1
        Quote: Alien
        So blackmail ...
        I was born here, 1 years ago. Maybe you lived in this apartment before? Then I apologize.

        Thank you Stepan for the frank minus that you put me, this is unfortunately a rarity of recognition on this site. Well, the fact that you were born 1300 years ago and are still alive is apparently my friend you are either a vampire or a witcher. Neither I nor my ancestors lived in your apartment (in Bulgaria), I definitely didn’t husk seeds on the mound with you, and I definitely remember that I didn’t drink with you. I will avenge you for the minus, plus I’ll put it straight in the morning.
        1. The stranger
          The stranger 25 June 2016 07: 23
          +2
          Well, I didn’t understand why, but anyway thanks for the good words.
          But my longevity is not my personal merit. My family has documents for the last 500 years, I don’t know before. But since historians say 1, then who am I to argue :)
          If without bitter humor - so fucking Europe recognized My Bulgaria approximately in its current borders, in 681 from Christ. Already even more than 1. So we live here in our village, as we can. It was a lot of cool, you will not remember all. The bosses were, the emperors were strumming chain mail, they frightened with eternal happiness ... But we sat on the sidelines, scratched turnips, nodded in surprise. If someone didn’t like it at all - well, that. How much do I know who the hungry lower people ate, who fell to them, you never know. I went to the post office, I didn’t see it.
          Do not be sad. The local partisans will work for yours.
  • Kos_kalinki9
    Kos_kalinki9 24 June 2016 19: 16
    +11
    Moreover, Tsar Boris III refused to send even volunteers to the Eastern Front. The fact that Bulgaria was in the Tripartite Pact was caused by the specific prevailing military-political pre-war situation, the complete domination of Nazi Germany in Europe.

    It’s direct not Tsar Boris but a dove of peace. Well, always someone is to blame, but not the Bulgarians.
    1. Havoc
      Havoc 24 June 2016 20: 41
      +5
      add "crusaders" of the Bulgarian pilots.
      1. Kos_kalinki9
        Kos_kalinki9 24 June 2016 22: 08
        -1
        So probably for the service in the train what crosses got fool , the author claims.
        1. The stranger
          The stranger 25 June 2016 06: 41
          -3
          Himself served in the toilet platoon of the construction battalion? So sit at the bucket, general.
          They received their medals for shooting down American bombers that bombed their cities. Those who survived - most were shot after the war as fascist helpers, Beria walked not only in Kolyma. They took off against the waves in 300 Fortresses. Having finished the cartridges, having under them burning cities, they went to the ram. And after 45, it was forbidden to read heroes. Only the people have not forgotten them.

          By the way, the maximum fleet in those years, we had about 200 cars. Of these, fighters - under a hundred. About a third - Me-109 no higher than G, the rest - whatnot Devoatin. The Germans are allies, they did not give us the best. To your allies - the Turks - the good Foke-Wulfs-190 gave a lot. Although they did not fight, they did. While your allies, the Americans burned women and children into our cities, the mobilized went crazy with boredom and longing on the border with Turkey, they frightened their fourth-million army so that it would not go to the Soviet Caucasus. That's how you defended the Caucasus, my father told me. As his father disappeared on the Turkish border, and then returned home more and more gloomy, and with a new rhombus on uniform.
          Then they all planted as enemies of the people, but this is another story.
          1. Mordvin 3
            Mordvin 3 25 June 2016 07: 00
            +2
            Quote: Alien
            Himself served in the toilet platoon of the construction battalion? So sit at the bucket, general.

            Do not be rude. negative
            Quote: Alien
            I was born here, 1 300 years ago

            Count Dracula? recourse
            1. The stranger
              The stranger 25 June 2016 08: 09
              0
              No, My Creator was usually called the Earl, in a small circle simply Dracula. I don’t know why, I was going to ask, but one day I ate them out of hunger, and everything would remain a mystery.

              Do you offer me not to be rude? Okay, I'll stop. Why, however, do you consider yourself entitled to piss on the memory of my heroes? They protected my mother from their bombs. And they protected Dad, otherwise I would not have been. I am grateful to them, because I would not have been if they had not killed the Americans.
              Do not be rude to my heroes, and I will not despise you. To the heroes of your country, my attitude is known.
              1. Mordvin 3
                Mordvin 3 25 June 2016 08: 48
                +2
                Quote: Alien
                Why, however, do you consider yourself entitled to piss on the memory of my heroes?

                Where did you see it? Where did I piss on your heroes?
                Quote: Alien
                To the heroes of your country, my attitude is known.

                Not really. But I know your attitude towards the Russian graves, the period of the war with Turkey, before the WWII. And it is quite negative.
                Quote: Alien
                No, My Creator was usually called the Earl, in a small circle simply Dracula. I don’t know why, I was going to ask, but one day I ate them out of hunger, and everything would remain a mystery.

                I didn’t understand the joke of humor; I was surrounded by garlic.
                1. The stranger
                  The stranger 25 June 2016 09: 29
                  0
                  You obviously confuse me with someone.
                  My relatives actively fought with the Turks before 1878, then joined the regular military operations. My grandfathers fought along with the Russians, a hundred years later I myself served in those lands, in the Shipka area, and I am still kneeling both in the area and in the guys who held it. They were 15 to 18, they were considered men, and they were heroes. I was 18, we were considered children, rightly so, and I tried to reach my grandfather.
                  He didn’t have time, of course, he rose to the rank of general, only he died young, before the war, in the 36th. But I will not reach the general, unless of course God bring me. But it’s better not to be.
                  1. Mordvin 3
                    Mordvin 3 25 June 2016 10: 08
                    +2
                    Quote: Alien
                    You obviously confuse me with someone.

                    Not really. But I know your attitude towards the Russian graves, the period of the war with Turkey, before the WWII. And it is quite negative.

                    I didn’t mean you personally. On this, I stop the discussion. hi
          2. Kos_kalinki9
            Kos_kalinki9 25 June 2016 08: 01
            0
            My Bulgarian opponent. I would ask without insults and tantrums, not in the market.
            I don’t even want to argue with you, disgusting. Your grandfather survived that war. And my grandfather died in 1941 at the hands of your fascist allies. This is such a different tale.
            And the rewards of your Bulgarian aces are all the same fascist, that's all.
            1. The stranger
              The stranger 25 June 2016 08: 36
              -1
              Himself served? Looks like no.
              My grandfathers returned alive, by chance, and from the wrong war. In the 41st they were, though officers, but already of unapproachable age.
              My other relative went to that war. We served as a scout and snarling, covered with one mine already near Vienna, and met. They served in the First Bulgarian Army, as part of the Third Ukrainian Front.
              No, we didn’t shoot you in that war. And you are in us too, for which silence is still between us. There is nothing to share. There is enough odorous moonshine and freshly lettuce for everyone if we sit alone. No outsiders needed, and so good.
              1. Kos_kalinki9
                Kos_kalinki9 25 June 2016 14: 07
                -1
                My Bulgarian opponent.
                Firstly, I don’t poke you. For I didn’t drink moonshine with you, and I’m not going to.
                Secondly, that you get a temporary confusion. Either your grandfather told your father how they "protected" the Soviet Caucasus from neutral Turkey, then he was already of non-military age at that time. It is unclear, however.
                While your allies, the Americans burned women and children into our cities, the mobilized went crazy with boredom and longing on the border with Turkey, they frightened their fourth-million army so that it would not go to the Soviet Caucasus. That's how you defended the Caucasus, my father told me. How his father disappeared on the Turkish border, and then returned home more and more gloomy, and with a new rhombus on uniform.
                Then we say goodbye. hi Stay with your "truth" alone. I don't care about your opinion. Special thanks to your grandfather for "saving" the Soviet Caucasus belay
  • parusnik
    parusnik 24 June 2016 19: 18
    +4
    In the pioneer camp, we played a sketch from a pirate life and sang a pirate song .. I don’t remember the whole text .. but I remembered the words from the refrain: Family and school are to blame for taking this path .. These words can be attributed to the article, well, add .. I'm not to blame, he came ... smile
  • ALEA IACTA EST
    ALEA IACTA EST 24 June 2016 19: 26
    +2
    Feces tend to float up. Do not judge a people by its rulers.
    1. vorobey
      vorobey 24 June 2016 19: 36
      +8
      Quote: ALEA IACTA EST
      Feces tend to float up. Do not judge a people by its rulers.


      Hurray .... Ukrainians again us brothers forever .... laughing I'm joking ... repeat


      we have no friends and allies .... gentlemen ... look back
      1. ALEA IACTA EST
        ALEA IACTA EST 24 June 2016 19: 51
        0
        Ukrainians are brothers, dill is not.
        1. vorobey
          vorobey 24 June 2016 20: 39
          +3
          Quote: ALEA IACTA EST
          Ukrainians are brothers, dill is not.


          I agree, but how to distinguish ... no ... in a row everyone to start with bread and then wipe the snot ... the older brothers teach the younger ones ... laughing
          1. ALEA IACTA EST
            ALEA IACTA EST 24 June 2016 20: 49
            0
            Quote: vorobey
            how to distinguish

            The task is not an easy one - dill are good at "masking". One fighting cock Lyashko with a St. George ribbon is worth something ... lol
          2. cherkas.oe
            cherkas.oe 25 June 2016 01: 09
            0
            Quote: vorobey
            in a row everyone to start with bread and then wipe the snot ... the older brothers and the younger teach ...

            That's right, otherwise we’ll worry about sorting them. what
  • Stinger
    Stinger 24 June 2016 19: 26
    +6
    No guys. A black dog cannot be washed to white.
  • teascher
    teascher 24 June 2016 19: 28
    0
    Sorry, I want to believe, that is, the facts as in the Baltic states, in Ukraine, are sideways, but I want to believe that Bandera and the forest brothers are Russian brothers forever and Vlasov is a savior7
  • teascher
    teascher 24 June 2016 19: 30
    0
    hrenushki, I’m the Bulgarians, you’re a brother to me and hereinafter.
  • BOB044
    BOB044 24 June 2016 19: 30
    +4
    These bros burned my house in the village. These bros when we give them the money. They fought against us without a twinge of conscience how many times. And we accidentally defended the monument to Alyosha in Bulgaria.
  • Berkut24
    Berkut24 24 June 2016 19: 31
    +4
    It seems, looking exactly at the Balkans, the Russian Emperor Alexander III said: "Russia has no friends. They are afraid of our vastness. We have only two reliable friends: the Russian army and the Russian fleet!"
    At a big dinner in the Winter Palace, sitting at a table opposite the Tsar, the Austro-Hungarian ambassador began to discuss the annoying Balkan issue. The king pretended not to notice his annoyed tone. The ambassador got excited and even hinted at the possibility that Austria would mobilize two or three corps. Without changing his semi-mocking expression, Emperor Alexander III took the fork, bent it with a noose and threw it towards the Austrian diplomat:
    “This is what I will do with your two or three mobilized corps,” the Tsar said calmly. Those. no one had any hopes in Bulgaria.

    And he also owns the saying: "When the Russian Emperor is fishing, Europe can wait." - but this, I hope, will soon become topical when the Russian leadership gets all this Euroshapito.
  • Mareman Vasilich
    Mareman Vasilich 24 June 2016 19: 33
    +13
    The Bulgarians have long faded. Not what bros they are to us, the same enemies who, at the opportunity, stick a knife in our backs.
    1. The stranger
      The stranger 25 June 2016 08: 49
      -1
      The Russians have long been bored. Not what bros they are to us, the same enemies who, at the opportunity, stick a knife in our backs.
      1. Mareman Vasilich
        Mareman Vasilich 27 June 2016 17: 39
        0
        The story of the day.
  • Winnie76
    Winnie76 24 June 2016 19: 41
    +7
    Here we Russians are ungrateful reptiles. All sorts of bros love us so much, they love us so much that they can’t eat. And we only blaspheme them in black ...
  • 3vs
    3vs 24 June 2016 19: 45
    +2
    That's when real peasants with eggs, who care for their country, come to power in Bulgaria,
    who will be called to power by the same MEN, then the conversation will be substantive!
    And while the mythical "European values" are being imposed on the Bulgarians, nothing will change!
    1. The stranger
      The stranger 25 June 2016 08: 53
      0
      Are you out of your mind?:)))
      And when in Moscow they will not come to power? :))
  • vovashturman
    vovashturman 24 June 2016 19: 47
    -3
    Ah, Peter, Peter, as they said in one famous movie ...
  • X Y Z
    X Y Z 24 June 2016 19: 57
    +8
    I do not want to offend the author, but when I was in Bulgaria I had to talk with a guide who was born from a mixed Russian-Bulgarian marriage. She explained that in Bulgaria imperial Russia and the USSR are clearly distinguished. They feel sincere gratitude towards the army of the first, honor and remember. They do not have special grateful feelings for the Red Army and are rather indifferent. According to her, they did not need any release. This was spoken by a man half Russian and, in her words, loving Russia.
    1. The stranger
      The stranger 26 June 2016 17: 40
      0
      Some of the most ardent Russophobes I know are half-breeds. One of the parents is from Russia, the other from Bulgaria.
  • kenig1
    kenig1 24 June 2016 19: 59
    +4
    About Poland the same article in the appendage, wondering how surprised.
  • Arkan
    Arkan 24 June 2016 20: 05
    +7
    The Coburg dynasty is no longer in Bulgaria, and they are also in footmen in the west. The fact that they ... with the graves of Russian soldiers who liberated them from the Ottomans is not a myth, history confirms it.

    Expressing indignation
    Choose expressions.
    No select expressions
    It is hard to express it.

    In short ................................................. ...............................
    .................................................. ............................ "brothers".
  • ODERVIT
    ODERVIT 24 June 2016 20: 05
    +5
    Of course article and opinion are possible. But alas, most of our fellow citizens do not think anything good about the "brothers". Moreover, this is not the result of some kind of propaganda campaign. Everything is simple - the obvious became obvious on the basis of historical experience and the ability to speak openly about it. They are not friends or brothers.
  • Basil50
    Basil50 24 June 2016 20: 08
    +4
    I can’t say about all the Bulgarians, but those whom I came across did not cause respect. And the way Bulgaria conducted its foreign policy does not cause respect either. The cry of the author about * love * for Bulgaria only confirms that they again need something.
  • Vasilenko Vladimir
    Vasilenko Vladimir 24 June 2016 20: 24
    +1
    In it, the author revealed the full degree of historical bias, turning into an outright juggling of facts and frenzied Bulgarianophobia

    Well, yes, well, yes, and no one joined NATO, and did not enter into an alliance with Hitler
  • Horst78
    Horst78 24 June 2016 20: 25
    0
    Even do not like such a rollback of "brothers" what from European integration. Yes, and after the referendum in the UK. An accident? wassat
  • DJDJ GORA
    DJDJ GORA 24 June 2016 20: 38
    +3
    It has long been known about ordinary peoples and the HARVARD elite of the small countries that drag these peoples against us.
  • semuil
    semuil 24 June 2016 20: 41
    +3
    A friend is known in trouble. When they came to help us, can someone remind us, or would it be time now? All that I remember: pepper and ketchup България. Good luck "brothers".
  • Shilochnik
    Shilochnik 24 June 2016 20: 45
    -1
    Quote: avt
    Quote: oleg-gr
    . Bulgaria has long been an independent state.

    I will reveal a "terrible secret" in addition
    Quote: oleg-gr
    . And the actions of the current rulers only confirm this. This is not a myth, but boring reality.

    Due to the efforts of this own government, soon the Bulgarians themselves, as a people, will not exist at all. Many have already dumped, the old people will die out and in fact there will be ethnic Turks, whom Zhivkov, who was spat upon by the Bulgarians, once made a choice during the Soviet Union's totalitarian occupation of Bulgaria - name and surname in Bulgarian and become Bulgarians, or nah Turkesh. So democratization of Bulgaria succeeded - the right way and a firm step towards the suicide of the country and the people.
    1. Kos_kalinki9
      Kos_kalinki9 24 June 2016 22: 13
      0
      Shilochnik Today, 20:45

      What an amazing commentary. Amazed fool
  • Zlovred
    Zlovred 24 June 2016 20: 46
    +1
    There was a saying before - "The war will come - shit will come up!"
    Only during serious trials is it known who is Friend and who is the enemy ... hi
  • KBR109
    KBR109 24 June 2016 20: 50
    +1
    Total we have: the so-called. The MYTH turned out to be the most truthful truth.
  • ODERVIT
    ODERVIT 24 June 2016 20: 53
    +3
    By the way, similar materials appear on the VO website with some frequency. The leitmotif is simple, despite the claims of many articles to be scientific, "they say the rulers of the bastards do not let us love" and so on from century to century. However, the pattern of appearance is not yet clear.
    1. Amurets
      Amurets 25 June 2016 01: 20
      +1
      Quote: ODERVIT
      By the way, similar materials appear on the VO website with some frequency. The leitmotif is simple, despite the claims of many articles to be scientific, "they say the rulers of the bastards do not let us love" and so on from century to century. However, the pattern of appearance is not yet clear.

      And what's not clear? They pressed the Balts, restricting transit through the Baltic ports, they ran to Moscow, we shouldn't do that, we have nothing to live on. The Bulgarians refused, with the help of the US and the EU, from South Stream, and Gazprom said that soon there will be no gas transit through Ukraine, so they began to stir on the southwestern borders of the Russian Federation, for the simple reason that gas will have to be bought in German hubs, and this is much more expensive. That there was no money from the EU, and "transit money" and cheap gas will be in Germany, so this whine has begun: Russia take us back, we are good. And these articles do not come from the people, but by order of the rulers of those countries whose countries are trying to whitewash.
      PS I do not associate the article with a referendum in the UK. Most likely, it appeared in response to the St. Petersburg Economic Forum.
  • x.andvlad
    x.andvlad 24 June 2016 20: 58
    0
    If Russia does not have good relations with Bulgaria, it will not see either the “South Stream” or a military alliance with the same Serbia, the shortest route to which by sea lies precisely through Bulgaria.
    There will be no good relations with Bulgaria as long as it is in the NATO bloc hostile to Russia.
    Never will NATO (that is, the United States) allow full-fledged military cooperation between Russia and Serbia through NATO territory. Even EU membership does not interfere with relations between Russia and Bulgaria as much as NATO.
    And this has been repeatedly confirmed. Yes, Bulgaria (even if only the country's leadership) betrayed Russia when it decided to join NATO, and began to zealously fulfill their instructions to limit our capabilities by blocking its airspace for our BTA at the most crucial moments. These are the events at the Slatina airport (Kosovo), these are the events in Syria.
    And the author of the article suggests that we ignore these treacherous acts ?!
    I believe that the opinion in Russia about Bulgaria can change only after its withdrawal from NATO.
  • Shilochnik
    Shilochnik 24 June 2016 21: 01
    +1
    I would like to hear those who at least once talked with the Bulgarians, Serbs ..... The Serbs simply have an insult that Russia did not protect them ... The city of Nis ....
    1. semuil
      semuil 24 June 2016 21: 32
      +2
      I didn’t communicate with the Bulgarians, and we helped the Serbs despite the decisiveness of the authorities. There were many volunteers on our side, and many volunteers on their side participated in the defense of the Crimea, so there’s no offense.
      1. Raven
        Raven 26 June 2016 03: 33
        -1
        mi sorry, but this is a misconception ... in the 30s, Germany was the same communists and socialists, but that did not stop her from becoming what she became - it may very well happen that in due time Serbia will join NATO and the EU (if it will not fall apart) and the majority will not be very opposed to serving in the NATO forces against us, and the minority you are talking about - well, as if in any country you can find different points of view but pass them off as a general position
    2. Parsec
      Parsec 24 June 2016 21: 45
      +2
      Quote: Shilohilok
      The Serbs simply insult that Russia did not protect them ... City of Nis ....


      There are two million Serbs abroad. Just during the events about 300 thousand left. The Serbs really wanted to go to Europe, and it is not for us to be bigger Serbs than themselves.
  • gorozhanka74
    gorozhanka74 24 June 2016 21: 02
    +4
    ... they keep their nose in the wind - you can make money (.... probably not enemies, but certainly not friends and, especially, not bros.
  • Vladislav 73
    Vladislav 73 24 June 2016 21: 12
    +1
    7 June 2016. On the site “Today. Ru” an article by Nikolay Sevastyanov “Bulgarian bottom” was posted. In it, the author revealed the entire degree of historical bias, turning into a frank juggling of facts and rabid Bulgarian-phobia. However, there is nothing new in what he writes: the old false myths about the "ungrateful" Bulgarian little brothers who allegedly always betrayed the liberator of Russia.
    In principle, after such an introduction, you can no longer read further. Everything is clear! request One thing is not clear - does the author hope to once again "sell" to someone this rotten product called "little brothers"? Yes, I looked through the comments and was surprised request I did not find various "brothers" commentators who usually swear by their government with tears and snot and swear "eternal love" for Russia request Where are they, really? I looked bad? belay "Does the cat smell whose meat it has eaten?" belay
    1. vorobey
      vorobey 24 June 2016 21: 34
      +3
      Quote: Vladislav 73
      I did NOT find various "brothers" commentators who usually swear by their government with tears and snot here and swear "eternal love" to Russia And where are they, right? "Does the cat smell whose meat it has eaten?"


      You know, four years ago, little brothers were here .... they were active, vilified on what the light stands ... then they disappeared ..
      1. Vladislav 73
        Vladislav 73 24 June 2016 23: 03
        +3
        No, there were relatively recently .... There were articles about Bulgaria, sometimes dedicated to different dates, for example, about "Alyosha" in the light of the demolition of monuments in Poland. And always a couple of "brothers" were always celebrated, swearing in "brotherly" love ... like, you didn’t understand everything, it’s not so simple, and they were carrying another blizzard! request
  • fa2998
    fa2998 24 June 2016 21: 26
    +1
    Quote: Nyrobsky
    In Bulgaria, the number of those who are against the Russian Federation and for Europe is only 12-15%, by the way, with Putin's support rating of 85%, we have the same 15% of Western lovers, only their homegrown fellow citizens.

    But why then the Bulgarians constantly choose the anti-Russian government! Or only those 15% want the elections, but the pro-Putin ones are sitting at home. Where are you "brothers"! I'm not even mentioning in which camp Bulgaria fought in World Wars 1 and 2, there like the monarchy decided, but now it seems like a democracy. wassat request hi
  • revnagan
    revnagan 24 June 2016 21: 35
    +3
    Quote: fa2998
    But why then the Bulgarians are constantly choosing the anti-Russian government! Or only those 15% want the elections, and the pro-Putin ones are sitting at home.

    "If something depended on the elections, we would not be allowed to participate in them."
    M. Twain
  • atamankko
    atamankko 24 June 2016 21: 41
    0
    For me personally, they stopped being bros from the end of the 90s,
    I saw their attitude to the Russians and the desire to have something from the USSR.