Former adviser to Putin told who is to blame for the collapse of the USSR

Recently we ReportedAs the former first and only president of the USSR, 88-year-old Mikhail Gorbachev admitted why they could not save the Soviet Union. And now, the famous 77-year-old politician Aslambek Aslakhanov, a former adviser to the President of Russia Vladimir Putin (2003-2008) on the issues of the North Caucasus, the major general of the police of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the USSR, said that he and his generation were blaming themselves for the collapse of the Soviet Union.

This (collapse of the USSR - ed.) Is a tragedy. I am a greater communist than anyone else. In the Soviet Union, if a person fell or froze, a crowd immediately gathered to help him. Have you seen this now? Step over people - and move on. Previously, if someone offended a woman, he immediately got a “pumpkin”, but now they pass by. The weak are beaten. In my life I once raised my voice to my mother. She was wrong, but I misbehaved. I apologized to her, but I can’t forgive myself. And such a country was destroyed by the Americans. About 80 people in the Kremlin sat for this

- Aslakhanov said during an interview with the publication Forpost (Sevastopol).

Aslakhanov noted that he did not support Dzhokhar Dudaev in 1992, when he advocated the secession of Chechnya, adding that the media at that time “duplicated the untruth”.

Dudaev was with me three times. Once I met him in Grozny. I told him: “You came to bring suffering to the Chechen people. Russia is bad now, but is a great power. She will crush you and me. ” So I told him. If the independence of Chechnya would benefit the Chechen people, I would be the first to do so. But I know that we only need to be with Russia. With Russia, we are power. Here is my position

- emphasized Aslakhanov.

Then there was a second meeting with Dudaev, I don’t remember what issue. And for the third meeting, he came to me at the White House. I accepted him, and he asked for help in getting him a visa to some Scandinavian country. I replied that these were not my questions. I did not satisfy him. But for all my negative attitude, Dudaev treated me very well. And then, after a while, they sent me the following message from him: “Tell Aslambek that I went very far”

- added Aslakhanov.

Aslakhanov touched on other topics. He was glad that Russia has the best special forces in the world, "the enemies are afraid of him." There are good anti-terror experts in Russia, “a lot of terrorist attacks have been warned.” At the same time, he is saddened by the fact that the Americans do not understand that friendship between Russia and the United States is beneficial to everyone. He called Putin a balanced person, "always finding the right words."

We remind you that Aslambek Akhmedovich Aslakhanov was born on March 11, 1942 in the Chechen-Ingush Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic. In 1944, he was deported with his family to Kyrgyzstan, but graduated from high school in Grozny. He graduated from the law faculty of Kharkov State Pedagogical Institute and went to work in the internal affairs bodies (ATS). Then he graduated from the Academy of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the USSR. In the early 90's, he quit the Ministry of Internal Affairs. Since 1992, he heads the All-Russian public organization "Association of Law Enforcement Agencies and Special Services of the Russian Federation." He was the chairman of the committee of the Supreme Council of the Russian Federation on law, law and order and the fight against crime (1990-1993), and a deputy of the State Duma of Russia (2000-2003).

Since 2011, is the head of the international association "Anti-Counterfeit". In the period from July 2008 to May 2012, he represented the Omsk Region in the Federation Council of Russia. He has written over a hundred scientific and journalistic works. He was awarded more than one hundred awards (state, departmental, regional and international). Master of sports in sambo, judo and freestyle wrestling. Has six children.
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  1. Afinogen Offline Afinogen
    Afinogen (Afinogen) 3 November 2019 12: 40
    Here it’s clear to the hedgehog, Gorbachev is to blame for the collapse of the USSR, it was he who started his perestroika, here he was rebuilt. Ruined such a country, Judas.
    1. DPN Offline DPN
      DPN (DPN) 4 November 2019 10: 06
      If Judah would have existed, it would have been burned or hung long ago, and it’s not frail living under the protection of the state.
  2. Igor Pavlovich Offline Igor Pavlovich
    Igor Pavlovich (Igor Pavlovich) 3 November 2019 16: 28
    There is a special category of people in Russia. She understands nothing about painting, is not interested in architecture and is indifferent to ancient monuments. This category visits museums solely because they are located in beautiful buildings. These people wander through the dazzling halls, enviously look at the painted ceilings, touch with their hands what is forbidden to touch, and constantly mutter: "Oh! People lived!"

    It doesn't matter to them that the walls are painted by the Frenchman Puvis de Chavannes. It is important for them to find out how much it cost the former owner of the mansion. They climb the stairs with marble statues on the platforms and imagine how many footmen stood here, how much salary and tips each footman received. There is porcelain on the fireplace, but they, not paying attention to it, decide that the fireplace is not a profitable thing - it takes too much wood. In the oak-paneled dining room, they don't see the wonderful carvings. They are tormented by one thought: what did the former owner-merchant eat here and how much would it cost given the current high prices? You can find such people in any museum. While the excursions march briskly from one masterpiece to another, such a person stands in the middle of the hall and, without looking at anything, mumbles, yearning: - "Eh! People lived!"

    Ilya Ilf, Evgeny Petrov. Twelve Chairs.
    1927-1928 years.
  3. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 3 November 2019 17: 01
    Like, everyone went to him to consult, including Dudaev, he knew by name all 80 American agents, and as a result, the Americans were to blame, and he is white and fluffy ???

    ... a bigger communist than anyone else.

    well, yes, yes ... United Russia ???, but the old party card is also at home (or in a personal palace), just in case?
    Well done ...
  4. Alexander Churinov (Alexander) 3 November 2019 17: 59
    The Soviet elite was to blame for the collapse of the USSR. After the death of Stalin, they snickered and did not want to do anything.
    1. A.Lex Offline A.Lex
      A.Lex (Secret information) 3 November 2019 20: 53
      Why didn’t I want to do anything? I wanted, just as I wanted! For example - monetize your power, convert it into estates, nobility, millions and billions, yachts, palaces ... which in the end they did ...
  5. Sapsan136 Offline Sapsan136
    Sapsan136 (Sapsan136) 3 November 2019 18: 47
    The collapse of the USSR was blamed on the head of the KGB of the USSR Andropov, who was involved in political killings in the USSR (in particular, he killed the head of the BSSR Masherov, who was supposed to replace Brezhnev as secretary general of the USSR) and brought to power in the USSR American agents such as Gorbachev, Shevardnadze, Yeltsin, Kuchma ...
  6. zenion Offline zenion
    zenion (zinovy) 9 November 2019 17: 39
    The collapse of the USSR is to blame for those, without exception, who violated the oath given to the people and country of the USSR!