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Russophobia and the dark art of making anti-Russian magazine covers (Medium, USA)

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Russophobia and the dark art of making anti-Russian magazine covers (Medium, USA)



If a headline about Russia appears on the cover of a well-known Western magazine, chances are good News in the article will not be. Most likely, an international scandal occurred, geopolitical tensions intensified, hostility of the Cold War times reappeared, or the Russians conceived some other vile plot to bring the entire free world to its knees.

Russophobia, as they call the unnatural fear of Russia, forces the editors of magazines to choose right off the scale to represent Russia in the form of a backward, clumsy, anti-Western, aggressive and evil power. Unfortunately, this has become an immutable rule for anyone who is trying to create a magazine cover on the subject of Russia. These rules can be called the dark art of making anti-Russian magazine covers.

1 option. I need a Russian bear

It's very simple, and any journal editor uses this option by default. Everyone understands that the Russian bear is a symbol of Russia, and therefore it immediately attracts the attention of readers. After all, Western caricaturists have used the Russian brown bear for centuries as a symbol of imperial aggression.

Given the new round of tensions between the US and Russia because of the Ukrainian crisis, the main thing here is to make the Russian bear as terrible as possible. Take, for example, the cover of Foreign Affairs for May / June 2016 of the year.



The title seems relatively harmless: "Putin's Russia is knocked down, but not knocked out." But look at the image of a bear - bloody, wounded and beaten, but still formidable. Look into his red eyes, look at his sharp fangs. Of course, with such a monster you do not want to get involved even after a few glasses of vodka.

Foreign Affairs is not the only magazine that draws a bear for the entire cover. Before the Winter Olympics in Sochi in 2014, Bloomberg BusinessWeek came out with the most terrible and menacing image of a Russian bear from among those that appeared on magazine covers. The magazine shows an angry bear on skis, in a hockey sweater of the Russian national team, armed to the teeth (literally), and accompanies this with the heading "Is Russia ready?"



This Olympic cover immediately brings to mind the title article in TIME magazine about Russia (then it was the Soviet Union) on the eve of the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles, which was published under the title “Olympic Commotion: Why the Soviets said no”. Here is the same formidable (but a bit like a madman) Russian bear, gnawing the Olympic rings.



If you do not like the humanoid bear, then there are other options. At the end of 2014, The Economist broke out with an article about the “wounded Russian economy”, when the West imposed sanctions, and oil prices fell. He accompanied the article with a picture of a bear wandering through the cold Siberian snow and leaving behind traces of blood.



But you probably want to highlight the fangs or teeth of the Russian bear, right? So a frightening image of a Russian beast appeared, “welcoming” US President Barack Obama in Moscow.



2 option. Vladimir Putin

The second best option after the Russian bear is the image of Vladimir Putin. In the end, in the minds of most Western readers, Putin is Russia, and Russia is Putin.

If you are ready to go this way, then the image of the villainous James Bond, who has a devilish plot to seize the world, will be useful to you. This cover was presented to us in 2014, by Newsweek, who showed Putin in threatening sunglasses. This is just a classic.



And if you want to remind the reader of the spy biography of Putin in Soviet times, you can use his image in the same sunglasses, but in the gloomy Red (Gray!) Square.



The variant of James Bond in the evil form is the classic “moody Putin”. This picture has been replicated for ten years. It somehow captures the West’s view of Russia as a vast and gloomy snow-icy and morally devastated desert. Who can rule a country like this unsmiling dictator? It all started with this cover of TIME magazine, which called Putin "Man of the Year."



With this began the rise of the gloomy and unsmiling Putin. Take the camera away from Putin's face, put it at the right angle, and you will get what you need - the “gloomy king”.

It was such a gloomy king that appeared on 2015 on the cover of the book by Stephen Lee Myers of the New York Times.



Of course, a gloomy, unsmiling and dissatisfied Putin can be slightly improved - and put it in the image of a gangster.



Or in the image of the mafia leader from the books of Mario Puzo.



But if you really want to attract the attention of the reader, you need to take off your shirt from Putin. Undressed Putin, of course, turned into a classic Internet meme. Putin’s meme with a naked torso, engaged in a variety of things, became so popular that even “The Simpsons” during the Crimean crisis used the image of a naked Russian leader, riding on a horse without a saddle.



If you look closely, you will notice that with the help of Photoshop, Putin shirtless managed to appear on anything. Therefore, the appearance of a shirtless Russian leader on the covers of some leading magazines can hardly be called a surprise. Here's a classic: The Economist portrayed Putin with a naked torso on a Russian tower tank.



And Putin plays shirtless poker.



But if you need an image of Putin, and that everything looks stylish, then why not combine it with some classic symbol of Russian culture such as ballet or figure skating? In 2014, The New Yorker prepared a cover with Putin writing out pirouettes at the rink, while his obedient clones gave him the highest marks for the performance.



And here is another cover with Putin-figure skater, this time in The Economist magazine.



But there is one feature on this picture - notice the Russian figure skater fallen on the ice, and you will understand the hint: the Sochi Olympics is a gigantic project to satisfy Putin's vanity. (And also pay attention to the subtext. Putin usually prefers "courageous" sports and activities such as hunting, swimming or hockey, and here he looks a bit feminine in the form of a skater. Look at the hands !!!)

3 option. The classic image of Russia, but slightly distorted

If you are tired of the images of the Russian bear, and if you are worried that by placing Putin on the cover of your magazine, you defame the editorial team (Russian spies! Russian mafia !! Russian hooligans !!!), then refer to the old templates. Say matryoshka. Naturally, this conveys the mysterious character of Russia, so well described by Churchill: "This is always a mystery, more than that - a puzzle, no - a secret behind seven seals."



But you can go further. To show that everything relating to Russia is dangerous and scary, it is enough to depict Russian missiles, tanks, guns and soldiers.



All these magazine covers combines Russophobia. They are not much different from the pictures that appeared a hundred years ago, when Russia was really a mystery to the West. In fact, the image of Russia as a large, unwieldy and aggressive state appeared in the 16th century. And since then he has not changed much.

In the Western media there has always been a feeling that a giant power in the middle of the Eurasian continent poses a threat to someone, and maybe to everyone.



But in fairness it must be said that the image of the Russian bear is still prettier than the image of the Russian octopus.



And here a completely obvious question arises: is it that these images of Russia a hundred years ago differ significantly from how the Western media present it today?

Now, when the Kremlin has demanded that the Ministry of Culture conduct a study of anti-Russian propaganda and Russophobia in the West, it is not difficult to answer this question.
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    1. yuriy55
      yuriy55 24 July 2016 06: 14 New
      13
      what Oddly enough, even today the sadness of the Bloc of a century ago is clear:
      Oh, my Russia! My wife! To the pain
      We are clear a long way!
      Our way - an arrow of the Tatar ancient will
      Our chest pierced us.

      Our path is steppe, our way is in the longing of the vast
      In your anguish, oh, Russia!
      And even the gloom - night and foreign -
      I'm not afraid.
      1. 222222
        222222 24 July 2016 09: 13 New
        +6
        ". Tell me, American, what is the strength! ... So the brother says that in money. ... I think that power is in the truth: whoever has the truth is stronger! ”
        (Brother 2 )
        1. 222222
          222222 24 July 2016 09: 15 New
          -12 qualifying.
          A little .. the truth ..
          "" Pre-revolutionary salaries and prices, or how people lived in the Russian Empire of Nicholas II.

          1. Workers. The average wage of a worker in Russia was 37.5 rubles. We multiply this amount by 1282,29 (the ratio of the tsar to the modern ruble) and get the amount of 48085 thousand rubles for modern conversion.

          2. Janitor 18 rubles or 23081 p. on modern money

          3. Second lieutenant (modern analogue - lieutenant) 70 p. or 89 760 p. for modern money

          4. The town (ordinary police officer) 20, 5 p. or 26 287 p. on modern money

          5. Workers (Petersburg). Interestingly, the average salary in St. Petersburg was less and amounted to 1914 rubles 22 kopecks by 53. Multiply this amount by 1282,29 and get 28890 Russian rubles.

          6. Cook 5 - 8 p. or 6.5.-10 thousand for modern money

          7. Elementary school teacher 25 p. or 32050 p. on modern money

          8. The teacher of the gymnasium or 108970 p. for modern money

          9. Senior janitor 40 p. or 51 297 p. for modern money

          10. The round-the-guard (modern analogue - district) 50 p. or 64 for modern money

          11. Paramedic 40 p. or 51280 p.

          12. Colonel 325 p. or 416 744 p. on modern money

          13. Kollezhsky assessor (middle class official) 62 p. or 79 502 p. on modern money

          14. Privy Councilor (official of the highest class) 500 or 641 145 for modern money. The same amount received by the army general

          And how much, you ask, then cost products? A pound of meat in 1914 cost 19 kopecks. Russian pound weighed gram 0,40951241. It means that a kilogram, if it were a measure of weight, would have cost 46,39 kopecks - 0,359 gram of gold, that is, in current money, 551 ruble 14 kopecks. Thus, a worker could buy a kilogram of meat for his salary 48,6, if he wanted to, of course.

          Wheat flour 0,08 p. (8 kopecks) = 1 pound (0,4 kg)
          Figure pound 0,12 p. = 1 pound (0,4 kg)
          Biscuit 0,60 p. = 1 pound (0,4 kg)
          Milk 0,08 r. = 1 bottle
          Tomatoes 0,22 p. = 1 pound
          Fish (pike perch) 0,25 p. = 1 pound
          Grapes (raisins) 0,16 p. = 1 pound
          Apples 0,03 p. = 1 pound

          A very worthy life! ”
          ..Then there was a revolution ...
          1. sabakina
            sabakina 24 July 2016 09: 32 New
            16
            If there had been a "very decent life" then, the workers would not have picked out the cobblestones from the pavement ...
            1. Beefeater
              Beefeater 24 July 2016 09: 50 New
              +8
              Quote: sabakina
              If there had been a "very decent life" then, the workers would not have picked out the cobblestones from the pavement ...

              The workers picked them out according to the same principle as modern Ukrainians rode on the Maidan. With a dream of lace panties and Western European salaries. And with the same result, since after the victory over the "accursed tsarism" their situation deteriorated catastrophically.
              1. TOR2
                TOR2 24 July 2016 14: 39 New
                +3
                Quote: Beefeater
                Workers picked them out on the same principle as modern Ukrainians rode on the Maidan. With a dream of lace underpants and Western European salaries.

                Talk lacy panties. Then take an interest in the history of some of the shelters of pre-revolutionary Russia. Products manufactured in such houses of industriousness and overnight stay were even exhibited at the All-Russian Industrial and Art Exhibition. Then why did people who are all right with their heads and hands in such numbers find themselves in shelters?
                1. Inok10
                  Inok10 24 July 2016 15: 01 New
                  +7
                  Quote: TOR2
                  Then why did people who are all right with their heads and hands in such numbers find themselves in shelters?

                  ... well, now a counter question ... as people in 1991 not living in shelters и normal head and hands - turned your country to the ruins ?! ... a pictorial photo is attached ... but here, as they say, "the devil is in the little things" ... carefully except for reading the slogan in the foreground ... pay your humble attention to the funny non-coincidence in the clothes of two "Pokemon" holding a poster and women walking in the crowd ... both "Pokemon" in earflaps with drooping ears and warm mittens ... but, oddly enough, women in light hats ... both-on ... this is a turn ... belay
                  Quote: sabakina
                  the workers would not pick out cobblestones from the pavement ...

                  ... the same "workers" and picking out cobblestones from the pavement in 1917 ... the answer is obvious ... hi
                  1. TOR2
                    TOR2 24 July 2016 19: 08 New
                    +5
                    Quote: Inok10
                    ... and now a counter question ... how did people in 1991 not living in shelters and with normal heads and hands turn their country into ruins ?!

                    The events of 1991 did not appear out of nowhere. The country was turned into ruins by the second echelon of party nomenklatura, which the Soviet system simply began to interfere with and I hope you know why. The revolutionary situation in the country is formed first of all by the mediocre and disorderly actions of the authorities, and sometimes by ordinary betrayal. And the "well-wishers" from behind the hill, seeing such a situation, as a rule, do not remain indifferent.
                2. Beefeater
                  Beefeater 24 July 2016 15: 19 New
                  +1
                  There is nothing surprising. Alcoholism does not always have a social nature, often it is a mistake of education.
                  Stalin drank. Serov drank. Is tsarism to blame? No, these are the characteristics of each particular person.
              2. Anglorussian
                Anglorussian 24 July 2016 15: 17 New
                +2
                With a dream of lace underpants and Western European salaries.
                There was no Internet and no television at that time, and Russian workers simply did not know how the workers live in England and Sweden. And if they had found out, there would have been nothing, because the standard of living there was a little higher.
                1. Beefeater
                  Beefeater 24 July 2016 18: 05 New
                  +2
                  Quote: Anglorussian
                  With a dream of lace underpants and Western European salaries.
                  There was no Internet and no television at that time, and Russian workers simply did not know how the workers live in England and Sweden. And if they had found out, there would have been nothing, because the standard of living there was a little higher.

                  Well, why didn’t they know. Some emigrated over the hill. On Capri, under the wing of Gorky, Marxist courses were opened. One of the party congresses was held in London. They all knew perfectly.
                  1. Anglorussian
                    Anglorussian 24 July 2016 23: 17 New
                    0
                    They all knew perfectly.
                    Is it the workers and peasants who went to Capri?
              3. SergeBS
                SergeBS 24 July 2016 19: 11 New
                +2
                Quote: Beefeater
                Workers picked them out on the same principle as modern Ukrainians rode on the Maidan.

                Uh-huh. Only "small inconsistencies" are. What's 222222, what's Beefeater.
                222222 "modestly forgot" that 5% of the population lived according to his decent life, and the remaining 95% - peasants - lived on 3 kopecks a month.
                And Beefeater forgot that HALF of the quite prosperous (according to statistics) workers were former peasants who had "a little less money" than the CITY worker (which is reasonable - no qualifications), but these former peasants also "feed" their relatives in the countryside pennies were sent from their already meager salary.
                And so, "all is well, beautiful marquise."
            2. Lyubopyatov
              Lyubopyatov 24 July 2016 12: 20 New
              +5
              They turned out cobblestones and took steamers with revolvers NOT WORKING from Europe, and visitors because of the Pale of Settlement and local lumpen. That's it, Madame Sabakina.
          2. Top5
            Top5 24 July 2016 09: 39 New
            +6
            Quote: 222222
            A little .. the truth ..
            "" Pre-revolutionary salaries and prices, or how people lived in the Russian Empire of Nicholas II.

            tell me, do we not live in the kingdom now? judging by their media, they call our president - the king.

            What does not suit our leader of the nation? We did not allow us to capture us, at last, after a drunken Boris, a worthy leader came and we must help him free his homeland from the American occupation and regime.

            I got this American advertising on the Internet, as well as intrusive and nerdy advertising on Military Review. If you have a Google Chrome browser or Firefox, then go to the browser extension store and install ublock origin and in its settings in the 2nd tab check all Rus Rus Rus.

            We need to start winning OVs and their online advertising.
            1. Tu-214R
              Tu-214R 24 July 2016 13: 29 New
              +3
              I got this American advertising on the Internet, as well as intrusive and nerdy advertising on Military Review. If you have a Google Chrome browser or Firefox, then go to the browser extension store and install ublock origin and in its settings in the 2nd tab check all Rus Rus Rus.

              Thank you
            2. Inok10
              Inok10 24 July 2016 14: 41 New
              +9
              Quote: Top5
              I got this American advertising on the Internet, as well as intrusive and nerdy advertising on Military Review.

              ... I agree + ... but we don’t sip tea tea, too ... we also know how to conduct a worthy counter-propaganda, my three kopecks on this ... wink
              1. Top5
                Top5 24 July 2016 16: 43 New
                0
                Quote: Inok10
                I agree + ... but we don’t sip tea tea, too ... we also know how to conduct a worthy counter-propaganda, my three kopecks on this ...

                yes, comrade, together we’ll destroy advertising on the Military Review, they advertise some terrible heresy, like on the entire American Internet.

                Did the extension help you?
          3. Beefeater
            Beefeater 24 July 2016 10: 10 New
            +6
            I will add another locomotive driver with his hundred-monthly monthly salary
            Here, only Russia was a peasant country and although industry developed at a rapid pace, nevertheless 80% lived in the countryside and for the most part existed very modestly. Due to overpopulation and lack of land in the central regions.
            1. code54
              code54 24 July 2016 10: 56 New
              +4
              Only idlers existed in the villages "modestly", however, as now. Well, and the "revolutionaries" called the enterprising owners "kulaks", took the property and distributed it to the "poor" idlers!
              1. Beefeater
                Beefeater 24 July 2016 18: 09 New
                +1
                Quote: code54
                Only idlers existed in the villages "modestly", however, as now. Well, and the "revolutionaries" called the enterprising owners "kulaks", took the property and distributed it to the "poor" idlers!

                Not certainly in that way. Each peasant family had 5-7 children. I put it on was small. If the land was rented, then rent was paid for it. They also paid contributions for the land received under the reform of the 61st year, after all, it was redeemed from the landowner. And Central Russia is a zone of risky farming. So far from everything rested on the industriousness of the farmers.
                1. code54
                  code54 25 July 2016 16: 04 New
                  0
                  Agriculture is already a risky business almost everywhere, and yes, you are right that "not everything rested on the hard work of the farmers", I will only add that "not always." Families in which there were 5-7 or more children were considered successful, i.e. to. this is the future of the family, Girls were favorably given in marriage, the guys continued the business ... but ... if we do not return again to the idlers! Which in most cases gave birth to their own kind.
          4. kit_bellew
            kit_bellew 24 July 2016 11: 09 New
            +6
            Quote: 222222
            A little .. the truth ..


            I did not quote everything, for it is pointless. But this truth is from here: http://ak545.livejournal.com/283728.html. Note: someone slurred zhezheshechka. Even more interesting is the source of valuable information indicated in this zhezheshekka: http://pulson.ru/. Entertaining media portal, how they position themselves.

            And you, gentlemen, authors, somewhere else in the foreign press you are looking for Russophobia. What for?
          5. SergeBS
            SergeBS 24 July 2016 19: 00 New
            +2
            Quote: 222222
            A very worthy life!

            Yeah. For 5% of the total population. Which are on the list.
            What about the remaining 95% - peasants? Figures in the studio!
            Or all of himself a "nobleman in the eleventh generation"? I DO NOT BELIEVE!
          6. QWERTY
            QWERTY 24 July 2016 20: 51 New
            0
            I get a worker, if in the meat count, even 300 r \ kg from 160 to 200 kg of meat. And?
          7. Orionvit
            Orionvit 25 July 2016 06: 24 New
            0

            A very worthy life! ”
            ..Then there was a revolution ...
            Everything was fine, but they let us down with ideology. For some reason, most of the workers, not to mention the peasants, followed the Reds. There was also a hoax, but that's another topic.
        2. Sid.74
          24 July 2016 12: 11 New
          +2
          But you can go further. To show that everything relating to Russia is dangerous and scary, it is enough to depict Russian missiles, tanks, guns and soldiers.

          Reminded .. laughing

          Well, scho, slaves of stereotypes?
        3. tracer
          tracer 24 July 2016 14: 30 New
          +5
          "I think that power is in Putin, whoever has Putin is stronger."
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  2. mitrich
    mitrich 24 July 2016 05: 59 New
    15
    The conclusion from this article: the West is Evil. Evil, which in any neighbor, people sees an enemy worthy of destruction. Be it Russia, American non-dangerous Indians, Zulus, Chinese and other peoples. They have only one recipe: to conquer, enslave, destroy.
    What have they been doing for centuries. And only then, having worked or destroyed the people, ethnos, country, can crocodile tears be shed in stupid articles or films.
    1. Lelek
      Lelek 24 July 2016 08: 51 New
      +9
      Quote: mitrich
      The conclusion from this article: the West is Evil.


      Yes, it is, and EVIL is hypocritical. Take at least the same Germany - in the recent past, a reliable partner, almost a friend. And as soon as a shout was heard from overseas, Russia turned into a "competitor" for Germany, and then into enemy number 1. And how should Russia react to this? Adequate and perpendicular, which is done. And then the pouting lips of Frau Chancellor: “They don’t do this with partners. Stop military exercises near NATO borders. Leave us to devour Ukraine, PMR, South Ossetia and Abkhazia. We will sanction you, deprive your athletes of the Olympics, give you anathema, etc. etc., etc. "
      IMHO, the answer is: "Fuck you in a crowd on ***. We will survive both the events and you."
    2. 222222
      222222 24 July 2016 09: 10 New
      0
      Russophobia ....
      "- In powerless anger, the red commissars send their hirelings to stir up the people!"
      (Elusive Avengers)
      1. Beefeater
        Beefeater 24 July 2016 10: 19 New
        +1
        Quote: 222222
        Russophobia ....
        "- In powerless anger, the red commissars send their hirelings to stir up the people!"
        (Elusive Avengers)

        By the way, this quote has an interesting illustration. In the 20s, the agents of the Comintern put a lot of effort into trying to promote the ideas of the world revolution. "On the woe to all bourgeoisie, we will fan the world fire." Inconspicuous citizens with explosives and currency prowled Europe, organizing proletarian parties, newspapers and conspiratorial circles. In the early 20s, it seemed like reality
        1. pafegosoff
          pafegosoff 24 July 2016 10: 45 New
          +4
          Thanks to Stalin, the Comintern of the globalist Trotsky was destroyed. The Rothschilds played against the Rockefellers. "Athletes went point for point"
          Russia, like any other country, is just a player’s sports equipment. It will be necessary, tomorrow China will again turn into ruins. The United States is the same, but so far the United States has been selected as a resident country. And before that there was Britain. And before that, Venice and Genoa ... Columbus is the same representative of the Venetian-Genoese rulers. And rummage, we reach Israel ... Togo, with the Pharisees.
          1. Weyland
            Weyland 24 July 2016 14: 48 New
            +2
            Quote: pafegosoff
            And before that, Venice with Genoa ... Columbus is the same representative of the Venetian-Genoese rulers


            Given how long and stubbornly Venice cut with Genoa - it inspires doubt ...
          2. Donhapa
            Donhapa 24 July 2016 16: 34 New
            +2
            Quote: pafegosoff
            while the US is selected as a resident country. And before that there was Britain. And before that, Venice and Genoa ... Columbus is the same representative of the Venetian-Genoese rulers. And rummage, we reach Israel ... Togo, with the Pharisees.

            Again they ...)
          3. Beefeater
            Beefeater 24 July 2016 18: 30 New
            -2
            Quote: pafegosoff
            Thanks to Stalin, the Comintern of the globalist Trotsky was destroyed. The Rothschilds played against the Rockefellers.

            How so. Trotsky, together with Stalin, overthrew the tsar in St. Petersburg, fought with the whites together, and you write that they are almost enemies. Yes, and played with the Rockefellers.
            1. Lord blacwood
              Lord blacwood 24 July 2016 19: 58 New
              0
              After the death of Lenin’s grandfather, Trotsky and Stalin quarreled (they didn’t share power).
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        3. evge-malyshev
          evge-malyshev 24 July 2016 12: 05 New
          0
          Quote: Beefeater
          "On the woe to all bourgeoisie we will fan the world fire." Inconspicuous citizens with explosives and currency prowled Europe organizing proletarian parties, newspapers and conspiratorial circles


          The same is happening now, only international, so-called, charitable foundations sponsor our internal "fifth column".
      2. Parsec
        Parsec 24 July 2016 14: 14 New
        +2
        - Kerenki - one and a half meters, imperial katenka - one hundred rubles.
        Year one thousand nine hundred and twenty, the month of May.
    3. SMAKAROV49
      SMAKAROV49 24 July 2016 15: 46 New
      +2
      The West is not just a hypocritical evil. He also has no one to stop except us.
    4. Beefeater
      Beefeater 24 July 2016 18: 24 New
      0
      Quote: mitrich
      The conclusion from this article: the West is Evil. Evil, which in any neighbor, people sees an enemy worthy of destruction. Be it Russia, American non-dangerous Indians, Zulus, Chinese and other peoples. They have only one recipe: to conquer, enslave, destroy.
      What have they been doing for centuries. And only then, having worked or destroyed the people, ethnos, country, can crocodile tears be shed in stupid articles or films.

      Well, whom did they destroy?
      Whom did the British destroy?
      Who did the Italians destroy?
      The Irish destroyed whom? Icelanders? Whom did the Czechs enslave? Or the Danes.
      1. SergeBS
        SergeBS 24 July 2016 19: 23 New
        +1
        Quote: Beefeater
        The Irish destroyed whom? Icelanders? Whom did the Czechs enslave? Or the Danes.

        Well, remember Zimbabwe, etc. Almost all of Africa is west of the Russian Federation.
        So what? Once you "dodged with a running start" about "evil communists", the second time you dodged, including the fool who the "west" are.
        Well, write yourself in immediately and do not worry. You’ll be healthier.
        Or what, Naglosaksovsky roots do not give? laughing
      2. Corsair
        Corsair 25 July 2016 11: 09 New
        +1
        Quote: Beefeater
        Well, whom did they destroy?
        Whom did the British destroy?
        Who did the Italians destroy?
        The Irish destroyed whom? Icelanders? Whom did the Czechs enslave? Or the Danes.

        The British (including the Irish) Hindu and Chinese crumbled immeasurably, or do you think when they colonized India, China, Australia and other states - did someone reckon with the locals there?
        Italians (Angles, Danes and other rabble), led by the "holy" popes, slaughtered the Arabs and others who were uncomfortable under the beautiful slogans and names of the "Crusade", and by the way - some Arab countries in those days were much more developed and more cultured (more civilized) than Europuies.
        If you take off the top foam of "holiness and justice" from the Europans - there will be such a crust of frozen foreign blood - that mother do not grieve.
  3. 1536
    1536 24 July 2016 06: 01 New
    +8
    It is not Russia that needs to change under the pressure of the lies of the West and the prejudiced attitude of the people living there towards us Russians, and the West is high time to revise its policy. After all, all this must be invented, which means that people really believe that Russia is a threat to them.
    Hitler probably posed no threat to them! He brought them the fulfillment of all their secret desires and aspirations!
    This is precisely the basis of Russophobia: do people in the West want Russia to be gone? Well, they need to be made clear that there will be no next mistake on our part.
  4. hammer stalker
    hammer stalker 24 July 2016 06: 08 New
    +4
    Afraid means respected. Tremble Russians are coming !!
  5. Knowing
    Knowing 24 July 2016 06: 08 New
    17
    In response to these outrages, it would not be bad to revive the political caricature with the active support of the state.
    1. gunter_laux
      gunter_laux 24 July 2016 09: 00 New
      +7
      There were cool political KUKRINIKS in the Union, in response to partners behind a puddle
      oh, no matter how they interfere!
      1. sabakina
        sabakina 24 July 2016 09: 40 New
        +7
        Yeah, there were PEOPLE!
      2. Beefeater
        Beefeater 24 July 2016 09: 56 New
        0
        Quote: gunter_laux
        There were cool political KUKRINIKS in the Union, in response to partners behind a puddle
        oh, no matter how they interfere!

        But whoever would print them. By the way, were the Kukryniksy published, for example, in The Times or Newsweek?
    2. a spoon of tar
      a spoon of tar 24 July 2016 09: 42 New
      -3
      Quote: Knowing
      In response to these outrages, it would not be bad to revive the political caricature with the active support of the state.

      Revived already. There were no state support.
  6. demchuk.ig
    demchuk.ig 24 July 2016 06: 12 New
    +3
    We will always be enemies for them! Europeans did not understand us and were always afraid. And this will be so until they destroy themselves! We have a different culture and other values.
    1. Unclean
      Unclean 24 July 2016 19: 33 New
      0
      Quote: demchuk.ig
      We will always be enemies for them! Europeans did not understand us and were always afraid. And this will be so until they destroy themselves! We have a different culture and other values.

      Quote: demchuk.ig
      We will always be enemies for them! Europeans did not understand us and were always afraid. And this will be so until they destroy themselves! We have a different culture and other values.

      Of course they did not understand. And how do they understand us when they pinned our land with knives long and crusaders with iron to chop off our land, and Sasha Nevsky lured them to the ice by cunning. They were offended, they wanted to make a den for themselves here, they didn’t ride, the people got up with Minin and Pozharsky and attributed the Poles tightly, were offended again, and Susanin brought them into the wilds. Petenka Karl theirs heked off .... Well and further on the history of many examples. Here they are offended and sit in their leaky euro euro. Only on offended wastes of the body’s vital activity they carry it and they carry it over their faces by the reproductive organ. they are shorter, offended.
      1. Anglorussian
        Anglorussian 24 July 2016 23: 28 New
        -1
        Here they are offended and sit in their leaky euro euro.
        And to them children are taken for treatment from Russia. When money is collected through the Internet. To them the gas pipe is pulled. They buy good automobiles from them, they buy real estate from them, they go to live there (if income is above average). And you are offended by the Internet, so purely zashkvar, in kind! wassat
  7. Karasev70
    Karasev70 24 July 2016 06: 13 New
    +6
    Good gentlemen, forget about everything and remember one thing: Russia has two allies, the ARMY AND Navy !!! And for the rest, we are a self-sufficient state, although it is in a feudal system!
    1. NordUral
      NordUral 24 July 2016 14: 42 New
      +1
      History says feudalism ends by outliving itself. What we also need to do by jumping into the social capitalism of the Stalin type. All development proceeds in a spiral, it is time to move on to the next, right turn. Otherwise, we’ll reach the slave system
      1. Beefeater
        Beefeater 24 July 2016 18: 37 New
        -1
        Quote: NordUral
        History says feudalism ends by outliving itself. What we also need to do by jumping into the social capitalism of the Stalin type.

        Are you a fan of Stalin-Beria capitalism or Stalin-Beria capitalism? I mean, what percentage of the population must be exterminated in order to leapfrog?
  8. Alexander Romanov
    Alexander Romanov 24 July 2016 06: 15 New
    15
    Russophobia, as the unnatural fear of Russia is called,
    What would the West do without Polish journalists. It turns out that we, for fear of 1000 years, are piling up the west with lyuli with enviable regularity.
    1. My address
      My address 24 July 2016 09: 35 New
      +2
      Alexander hi !

      And what the poor do? There is clearly no normal life. You look at the face and immediately realize that how much is necessary for the appearance of affection for this, so much not to drink. So it tries to be in the general trend - to slag Russia. Immediately I recall the expression of the second oldest profession, prostitution.
      Alexander, admit, specifically laid out chuyrlnuyu face of this person? Or on purpose? lol
  9. Siberia 9444
    Siberia 9444 24 July 2016 06: 16 New
    0
    The trailer is nothing new. The main thing is that we know who is who!
  10. shinobi
    shinobi 24 July 2016 06: 21 New
    +1
    Then they raked, they rake now, they will continue to be raked.
  11. EvgNik
    EvgNik 24 July 2016 06: 30 New
    +4
    And here a completely obvious question arises: is it that these images of Russia a hundred years ago differ significantly from how the Western media present it today?

    A curious selection and correctly posed question.
  12. Simpsonian
    Simpsonian 24 July 2016 06: 32 New
    0
    There is still here, the text is also interesting
    http://www.veteransnewsnow.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Putins-Missile.jpg
    http://www.washingtonsblog.com/2015/02/propaganda-success-u-s-govt-reveled-succe
    ss-lying-propaganda.html
  13. Same lech
    Same lech 24 July 2016 07: 05 New
    +2
    And here a completely obvious question arises: is it that these images of Russia a hundred years ago differ significantly from how the Western media present it today?

    Now, when the Kremlin has demanded that the Ministry of Culture conduct a study of anti-Russian propaganda and Russophobia in the West, it is not difficult to answer this question.


    Absolutely correct.

    It is depressing that our system of state media policy is always one step behind in counteracting the propaganda of Western media.

    I would advise Putin to form something like a propaganda headquarters for the coordinating action of all our media, and the head of this structure should be a talented and energetic person (or a group of advanced specialists) with untied powers.
    In the meantime, in the information war, we lose to the Western media in defensive battles ...
    retreat so to speak to the walls of the KREMLIN.
    1. a spoon of tar
      a spoon of tar 24 July 2016 09: 53 New
      -11 qualifying.
      Quote: The same Lech

      I would advise Putin to form something like a propaganda headquarters for the coordinating action of all our media, and the head of this structure should be a talented and energetic person (or a group of advanced specialists) with untied powers.

      But what about Margarita Simonyan, Dmitry Kiselyov and Co.?
      It’s you who read and discuss their nonsense here, no?






      1. Same lech
        Same lech 24 July 2016 10: 12 New
        0
        But what about Margarita Simonyan, Dmitry Kiselyov and Co.?
        It’s you who read and discuss their nonsense here, no?


        But how do I read and look and analyze ...
        but they’d kind of say it ... just mid-level executives.
        I'm more interested in the reaction of the media in the West and here I do not see the influence of our media ... but it should be.

        I must say that nonsense, as you put it, rushes from both sides ... in this multi-ton information garbage it is very difficult to find grains of real gold information.
        1. a spoon of tar
          a spoon of tar 24 July 2016 10: 51 New
          -4
          Quote: The same Lech

          I must say that nonsense, as you put it, rushes from both sides ... in this multi-ton information garbage it is very difficult to find grains of real gold information.

          Can find one who is looking. What do you have to do with it?

          Quote: The same Lech

          But how do I read and look and analyze ...

          Do not voice the results of the analysis? The last one, at least.

          Quote: The same Lech
          and here I do not see the influence of our media ... but it should be.

          But what about RT with its "multi-million dollar" audience?
          1. Same lech
            Same lech 24 July 2016 11: 22 New
            +3
            Do not voice the results of the analysis? The last one, at least.


            smile Well, at least the story of doping tests ...
            by indirect signs, one could already guess about the impending attack on Russian sport.

            But what about RT with its "multi-million dollar" audience?

            And who uses RT information in the west ???

            Do you know the audience? (Question is redundant)

            Can find one who is looking. What do you have to do with it?


            smile And I have nothing to do with it ... what question is the answer.
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            2. a spoon of tar
              a spoon of tar 24 July 2016 12: 06 New
              -8

              smile Well, at least the story of doping tests ...
              by indirect signs, one could already guess about the impending attack on Russian sport.

              What is wrong with doping tests? Have you read the WADA report, at least out of the corner of your eye? You may not answer, it was a rhetorical question.
              Quote: The same Lech

              And who uses RT information in the west ???

              I don’t know who uses who, I know that 33 billion are allocated per year, what is interesting for that?

              Quote: The same Lech
              And I have nothing to do with it ... what question is the answer.

              That's it! You and the analysis of information exist in parallel galaxies.
              1. Same lech
                Same lech 24 July 2016 12: 59 New
                +3
                Have you read the WADA report, at least out of the corner of your eye? You may not answer, it was a rhetorical question.


                But what about a respected ... I even downloaded it to my computer as a memory ... those who wish can find this link.
                Hehe ... laughed heartily at this report regarding suspicions and assumptions to our athletes ... crooks in a word.
                http://www.championat.com/other/article-235215-doklad-wada-o-dopinge-na-russkom-


                jazyke.html


                That's it! You and information analysis exist in parallel galaxies


                good We switched to personalities ... it’s a pity, but such a level of communication of the Neanderthal dialogue does not work.

                I don’t know who uses who, I know that 33 billion are allocated per year, what is interesting for that?


                smile Here is one big "I don’t know"
                1. a spoon of tar
                  a spoon of tar 24 July 2016 14: 21 New
                  -2
                  Quote: The same Lech
                  Have you read the WADA report, at least out of the corner of your eye? You may not answer, it was a rhetorical question.


                  But what about a respected ... I even downloaded it to my computer as a memory ... those who wish can find this link.

                  Send it to me in PM and I will show everyone when you downloaded it (there it is indicated in the properties). I am sure that this miracle will not send him to me.
                  1. a spoon of tar
                    a spoon of tar 24 July 2016 14: 58 New
                    -2
                    Same lech , it's about people like you
                    18+
                    1. Same lech
                      Same lech 24 July 2016 15: 15 New
                      +2
                      it's about people like you


                      ah .. smile it looks like you are offended

                      do not worry...
                      I will send you nothing
                      and I’m not going to prove to you
                      and all your attempts to provoke me to inadequate are doomed to complete failure ...
                      good luck to you hi
                      1. a spoon of tar
                        a spoon of tar 24 July 2016 15: 29 New
                        -2
                        Quote: The same Lech

                        ah .. smile it looks like you are offended

                        That you yap? Why would you?

                        Quote: The same Lech

                        I will send you nothing
                        and I’m not going to prove to you

                        I knew it beforehand
                        Quote: fly in the ointment
                        I am sure that this miracle will not send him to me.


                        Quote: The same Lech

                        and all your attempts to provoke me to inadequate are doomed to complete failure ...
                        good luck to you hi

                        good
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                      3. Same lech
                        Same lech 24 July 2016 15: 32 New
                        +2
                        That you yap?


                        Then what ???

                        If there are no other arguments, read the forum rules ...
                        However, I’m not going to talk with such a boor as you ... I am putting you on the black list.
            3. Corsair
              Corsair 25 July 2016 11: 34 New
              +2
              Quote: fly in the ointment
              That's it! You and the analysis of information exist in parallel galaxies.

              laughing You have picked up so cool vershoks somewhere and spread panic, can you give examples of "your" media? Are they all kind and honest and only write the truth?
              And in Russia, apparently, only 2 channels are working and a couple of the three leading, led by Kiselev, horror! You still do not forget about the tower-translators (Inhabited Island) - they are turned on every day, and people like you are brought to clean water.
        2. Ivan Ivanov
          Ivan Ivanov 24 July 2016 11: 31 New
          0
          Quote: fly in the ointment
          Analysis results do not sound?

          What's wrong with the last picture for example?
          1. a spoon of tar
            a spoon of tar 24 July 2016 12: 10 New
            -5
            Quote: IvanIvanov

            What's wrong with the last picture for example?

            This is with the one where
            Putin surpasses Obama at the UN General Assembly, 96% of NY Daily poll participants think

            Yes, everything is "wrong". To begin with, NY Daily has never conducted such a survey.
    2. Beefeater
      Beefeater 24 July 2016 10: 31 New
      +6
      Firstly, this is not nonsense, but a rational view of things.
      Secondly, the efforts of the pro-Russian media are clearly not enough.
      Ideological warfare must be learned from the West
      First, a stuffing is carried out, often unproven, then a howl in the Western media with statements by controlled politicians, pushing resolutions in different commissions and assemblies, followed by an increasing howl in the media. In the end, no one remembers that the original source was mildly dubious. Here's who to learn from. Virtuoso work.
      1. a spoon of tar
        a spoon of tar 24 July 2016 11: 01 New
        -7
        Quote: Beefeater

        First, a stuffing is carried out, often unproven, then a howl in the Western media with statements by controlled politicians, pushing resolutions in different commissions and assemblies, followed by an increasing howl in the media. In the end, no one remembers that the original source was mildly dubious. Here's who to learn from. Virtuoso work.

        Can I have an example of exposing this stuffing?
        1. Same lech
          Same lech 24 July 2016 13: 15 New
          +1
          Can I have an example of exposing this stuffing?


          For God's sake...
          http://ria.ru/syria_mission/20151103/1312745785.html
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          2. a spoon of tar
            a spoon of tar 24 July 2016 14: 33 New
            -2
            Quote: The same Lech
            Can I have an example of exposing this stuffing?


            For God's sake...
            http://ria.ru/syria_mission/20151103/1312745785.html

            This is a "refutation" from the series
            All Russian helicopters returned to base

            и
            Russia does not use cluster bombs in Syria and there are none at the base in Khmeinim

            Here you are a clown!
            1. Same lech
              Same lech 24 July 2016 15: 18 New
              +3
              smile
              Aw ... is that all you can say?
              not rich and wretched you have a vocabulary ...

              continue in the same vein to me ... I wonder what else you can say .. what is the level of intelligence.
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              2. a spoon of tar
                a spoon of tar 24 July 2016 15: 34 New
                -4
                Quote: The same Lech
                smile
                Aw ... is that all you can say?
                not rich and wretched you have a vocabulary ...

                continue in the same vein to me ... I wonder what else you can say .. what is the level of intelligence.

                Same lech, can you imagine what would happen to you if you were pulled out of your home and sent to VO and sent to defend the "honor of the country" somewhere in a more or less adequate place?
                I definitely don’t envy you!
  • parusnik
    parusnik 24 July 2016 07: 17 New
    +6
    And why are we shy ..? .. Although there are no artists like Kukryniksy, Efimov .. It's a pity ..
    1. Alex_Tug
      Alex_Tug 24 July 2016 07: 34 New
      +4
      And why are we shy ..? .. Although there are no artists like Kukryniksy, Efimov .. It's a pity ..


      And there is no Crocodile Magazine (((
  • 34 region
    34 region 24 July 2016 07: 24 New
    +2
    What can be said about this? This is like a minus sign ad. Banal advertising, where nothing is said on the merits. There is only an expression of emotions. This chewing gum (toothbrush, drink ...) is the best there is! At the same time, this product is not compared with anything. It is simply better (what? Taste, form color?)! He (what's new?) Has a different slope of the bristles, the shape of the bottle, the indigenous people !? What's new what affects the performance characteristics of the product? Conducted a comparison with competitors? In general, the manipulation of consciousness without specificity. The main thing is to peck and buy (smiling). So it is here. Russia is threatening! And how many times has Russia attacked other countries? Any statistics? Putin is a dictator! How many death sentences has Putin signed? How many countries received Putin’s sanctions? How many countries did Putin bomb? In which countries did Putin establish his military bases? How many countries has Putin crushed by economic and military alliances and treaties? What about the bear’s symbol? Yes, in my opinion all the Russians are for the bear (but not Gorbachev). Especially in a cap with earflaps with a red star and a sickle and a hammer. Well, maybe not all (I repent). Some for the symbol of the eagle. hi
  • SeregaBoss
    SeregaBoss 24 July 2016 07: 39 New
    +1
    Well, what can you do, let them draw, we don’t give a damn about it from the high belfry, and we are not going to convince someone that we are not like that. Brains filled with fear and lack of education can no longer be washed!
    1. Unclean
      Unclean 24 July 2016 19: 52 New
      0
      Quote: Serge Boss
      Well, what can you do, let them draw, we don’t give a damn about it from the high belfry, and we are not going to convince someone that we are not like that. Brains filled with fear and lack of education can no longer be washed!

      Let them draw correctly, only on soft paper, so that it fits the toilet.
  • Leonid Har
    Leonid Har 24 July 2016 07: 42 New
    +7
    Russia is popular in the West. Did not know. I am sure ordinary Americans do not care about caricatures. They do not care about Russia, except for matters relating to their own pockets.
  • Tulip
    Tulip 24 July 2016 08: 35 New
    +2
    And Putin plays shirtless poker.

    In this picture, I saw a hint that Putin is playing fairly, with no spare aces up his sleeve.
  • Yak28
    Yak28 24 July 2016 08: 39 New
    +1
    A huge country causes envy and fear, this is a normal reaction of inadequate people.
    1. Top5
      Top5 24 July 2016 09: 09 New
      -2
      Quote: Yak28
      A huge country causes envy and fear, this is a normal reaction of inadequate people.

      What to envy? Do you really prefer a VAZ instead of a Mercedes?

      and really you did not get this obsessive and nerdy advertising on Military Review? If you have a Google Chrome browser or Firefox, then go to the browser extension store and install ublock origin and in its settings in the 2nd tab check all Rus Rus Rus.

      Lord, what a relief for the eyes the VO site has become and opens pages faster
      1. Parsec
        Parsec 24 July 2016 12: 47 New
        +1
        Quote: Top5
        What to envy? Do you really prefer a VAZ instead of a Mercedes?


        Yes!
        Everyone knows that everything, absolutely everyone in the blessed west drive Mercedes!

        Where are you from mothballs ...
        1. Top5
          Top5 24 July 2016 16: 41 New
          0
          Quote: Parsec
          Yes!
          Everyone knows that everything, absolutely everyone in the blessed west drive Mercedes!

          You are right, except for Mercedes and go to Volkswagen, Citroen, Toyota, Lexus, but never in VAZs
          1. bk316
            bk316 25 July 2016 18: 49 New
            +3
            Quote: Top5
            but never on VAZs

            When I first came to Finland, the most frequent car on Finnish roads was the eight.
  • Sibguest
    Sibguest 24 July 2016 09: 20 New
    +2
    To paraphrase one popular joke, we can say: whatever the Western "child" is amused with - as long as they do their own kind less (give birth).
  • SHOCK.
    SHOCK. 24 July 2016 09: 29 New
    +2
    Let them yap. The more terrible we are in their eyes, the less desire to meditate on us. In fear, our eyes are large, as you know.
  • Beefeater
    Beefeater 24 July 2016 10: 03 New
    +1
    About 20 years we were friends with the west.
    The result is the separation of Ukraine and attempts to arrange a color revolution in Russia. Conclusion - for us, friendship with the West is a very dangerous undertaking.
  • Ossetian
    Ossetian 24 July 2016 10: 50 New
    +1
    we were not friends, but we were friends, as they say, "but there is a nuance"
  • Proud.
    Proud. 24 July 2016 11: 53 New
    +3
    "... Before the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Bloomberg BusinessWeek came out with the scariest and most threatening image of a Russian bear to appear on magazine covers. The magazine features a vicious bear on skis, wearing a Russian hockey jersey, armed to the teeth ( literally), and accompanies this with the heading "Is Russia ready?" ... "- Oh well! Is this an" evil "bear? Not finalized ... That's evil.
  • Lyubopyatov
    Lyubopyatov 24 July 2016 12: 30 New
    +1
    The brain of the Anglo-Saxon is characterized by a characteristic genetic defect: they, like no other breed of people, are prone to composing horror (thrillers) and all kinds of fantasy for the sake of fantasy. These genres were invented by the Anglo-Saxons, with their help the Anglo-Saxons suppress the peoples of the Earth and deprive them of the will to resist (that is, at least, their goal). All sorts of Tolkiens, "Lord of the Rings", Harry Potters, "Turns of the Screw" (Henry James), gullivers with midgets, Philip Dickie, Heinleins and other perverts of the mind - we are not brothers in reason.
    "Worse than a war with the Anglo-Saxon is only friendship with him." - Alexey Vandam, general of the tsarist military intelligence.
  • UNFAMILIAR
    UNFAMILIAR 24 July 2016 12: 34 New
    0
    The creators of the "simpsons" turned out to have a wider outlook than the author, this is a cartoon image of "Bathing the Red Horse" by Petrov-Vodkin laughing
  • tweriti
    tweriti 24 July 2016 13: 35 New
    +1
    A collection of magazines would be collected, it will be expensive in the future.
  • NordUral
    NordUral 24 July 2016 14: 37 New
    +3
    Ashamed of the West! I will tire of listing the collected works of European writers that stood in the bookshelves of our home library in a distant northern city during my childhood. And we have never separated ourselves from Europe, which, as much has given our people, and took for itself. And the peoples of European countries were not so sick with Russophobia as they are now. And in the post-revolutionary years and, especially, after the victory over Nazi Germany, our authority among ordinary people, and not only ordinary people, increased so much that it seriously scared the Anglo-Saxon elite. And do not be in our power the lying traitor Khrushchev, who slandered the country and the Supreme, I believe that the world developed according to a completely different scenario. And this would be the scenario of the victorious in Europe, at least, socialism. But it did not work out, the Trotskyist rabble, released by the corn-grower, corrupted the country, ruined the powerful economic growth and paved the way for the betrayal of the ruling elite of the USSR and the destruction of the Union. And now their grandchildren are trying to finish off the already lonely Russia, which has already become such as from the betrayal of short-sighted "relatives" and "our" rulers. But this is not scary, scary is that many and many are still at the helm of the country and are leading it along the same path that is disastrous for us. And we need to cleanse them from all branches and verticals of power.
    1. Orionvit
      Orionvit 25 July 2016 06: 17 New
      -1
      And the peoples of European countries were not so sick with Russophobia as they are now
      All this whining, screeching and barking, says only one thing. They are afraid. They were always afraid, and now they are afraid. And they are afraid until shrinking, to a heart-rending hysterical screech. What you need to look at with the calm of a bear, and do your job. Still, the bear is the right symbol.
  • Turkir
    Turkir 24 July 2016 15: 26 New
    0
    A wonderful article on a long-overdue topic: how to process the subconscious of the layman.
    The consciousness of the American layman?
    This is nonsense.
  • Aldobr
    Aldobr 24 July 2016 15: 39 New
    +2
    Quote: code54
    Only idlers existed in the villages "modestly", however, as now. Well, and the "revolutionaries" called the enterprising owners "kulaks", took the property and distributed it to the "poor" idlers!


    There were probably too many of these "idlers".
    In large cities of the Russian Empire (16 million people out of a total of 166 million, meat consumption 4,34 pounds per year per person,
    And in villages and small towns (150 million of 166) -0,35 pounds per year.
    Table 3: http: //www.gumer.info/bibliotek_Buks/History/Stat/36.php
  • fzr1000
    fzr1000 24 July 2016 20: 08 New
    0
    Economist Ukrainians bought? Just paranoid dependence on Putin.
  • Prince of Pensions
    Prince of Pensions 24 July 2016 21: 41 New
    0
    Quote: Alexander Romanov
    Russophobia, as the unnatural fear of Russia is called,
    What would the West do without Polish journalists. It turns out that we, for fear of 1000 years, are piling up the west with lyuli with enviable regularity.
  • Orionvit
    Orionvit 25 July 2016 06: 06 New
    0
    Afraid of Stsuki.
  • Torkvat torkvat
    Torkvat torkvat 15 May 2017 07: 06 New
    0
    The theme of the BEAR is revealed)))