In Russia, they found a way to disable all US aircraft carriers at once

Recently, Corresponding Member of the Russian Academy of Missile and Artillery Sciences (RARAN), Konstantin Sivkov, рассказал public that the new American "Pershing" (medium-range missile) could deprive Russia of the possibility of retaliation. And so, a well-known Russian military expert found a way how to cause irreparable damage immediately to the entire US carrier fleet.




So, according to the expert, it is possible to reliably disable an American carrier group by striking a shipyard in Newport News (Virginia). Today, it is the only shipyard in the United States capable of building and repairing aircraft carriers. The expert wrote about this in "Military Industrial Courier".

Sivkov notes that at this shipyard there are three slipways that can take such large ships. He specified that the shipyard has three slipways, two are used to repair ships, and one is used for construction.

The expert emphasized that in the event of a military conflict, “cruise missiles in conventional equipment can be hit at a single shipyard.” However, he did not specify how many non-nuclear munitions may be needed for the long-term incapacitation of a giant shipyard.

In turn, we want to remind you that in a relatively short period of World War II, 25 aircraft carriers were built in the United States. Of course, they cannot be compared with modern atomic giants. However, American industry also did not stand still and throughout the post-war years produced aircraft carriers and aircraft carriers.

In addition, the expert forgot to mention the large Huntington Ingalls Industries shipyard in Pascagula, Mississippi. They produce universal landing ships (helicopter carriers) such as Ameris (displacement of 46 thousand tons). Moreover, US allies also build aircraft carriers and large aircraft carriers: the UK, France, Spain, Italy, Japan, South Korea.

It should be added that in October 2019, the newest nuclear aircraft carrier Gerald R. Ford (“Gerald R. Ford”) of the US Navy went to sea for another test. At the same time, in January 2019, Sivkov told the public that the Russian Navy does not have ships capable of providing reliable fire support (cover) to the coastal flank of the land group or landing force during landing, as well as to escort the latter in operational depth.
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  1. Arkharov Offline
    Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 7 November 2019 09: 35
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    Yes, Sivkov from time to time gives something like that. And I think it’s better to turn off the gas to them. Let them freeze.
    1. pafegosoff Offline
      pafegosoff (Arkhip Pafegosov) 7 November 2019 10: 25
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      Americans have nowhere to go.
      1. Arkharov Offline
        Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 7 November 2019 12: 06
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        All the same, turn off the water, light, Internet. Where are the main shutdown specialists?
        1. pafegosoff Offline
          pafegosoff (Arkhip Pafegosov) 7 November 2019 12: 09
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          In the Strategic Missile Forces.
          "And yet ... Where is his button?"
        2. Sake Offline
          Sake (Sake) 7 November 2019 18: 48
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          They drowned in Losharik ...
          1. Pishenkov Offline
            Pishenkov (Alexey) 7 November 2019 19: 29
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            ... would say something about it, but banned ...
    2. Nikolaevich I Offline
      Nikolaevich I (Vladimir) 7 November 2019 13: 42
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      Quote: Arkharov
      And I think it’s better to turn off the gas to them. Let them freeze.

      It is right! This is ours!

  2. Pishenkov Offline
    Pishenkov (Alexey) 7 November 2019 10: 38
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    ... and isn’t it easier just not to supply them with rocket engines, without which it will not be possible to launch new guidance system satellites into orbit? And without these systems, nothing simply will not fly anywhere and will not float, no matter how much this is built.
    What’s the shipyard here? request Or does Mr. Sivkov think that in the event of a global conflict, the US will first rush to build new aircraft carriers and repair old ones? And the conflict itself, thus, will last for years, such as the Second World War ??? ...
    1. Sake Offline
      Sake (Sake) 7 November 2019 18: 50
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      About dviguny is not necessary, for "Energomash" - this is the only way to make money. In the case of "circumcision," E. Musk will execute the entire program for less money.
      1. Arkharov Offline
        Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 7 November 2019 19: 10
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        Not everyone understands this, and these RD-180s, bought by the Americans, mainly purely for economic reasons, are for some directly the subject of unthinkable pride and deification. Although it’s possible the engines are quite decent, but this doesn’t mean that the Americans, if necessary, cannot do something similar, or better. It’s just more profitable to buy. It’s just business for them, and nothing personal.
      2. Pishenkov Offline
        Pishenkov (Alexey) 7 November 2019 19: 28
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        ... if someone could have been cheaper and with the same performance, then Americans would have bought there for a long time ... They themselves can make similar engines, but much more expensive.
        And the enterprises of Roscosmos would have to learn how to live without money from a potential adversary, otherwise the price will be worthless ...
        1. Arkharov Offline
          Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 7 November 2019 19: 48
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          In general, I’m talking about this and I say that the reasons are economic and it’s just a reasonable policy on their part. Why should they now develop and produce the last century, in the literal and figurative sense. Rather, it will be more expensive, especially since the use is temporary, and you need to deal with and invest in the future. No matter how hard Zadornov tried to mock it there, there aren’t a lot of fools. Otherwise, such a country would not have been built.
          1. Pishenkov Offline
            Pishenkov (Alexey) 7 November 2019 20: 50
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            I agree on the motors.
            But in order to successfully build a country, smart people just don’t need a lot, the main thing is that the leaders are smart and active, and be able to “build” everyone else in it. In Russia (and the USSR) fools ... more than enough, and there was, and is, even the "Field of Miracles" is present in it, which says a lot. laughing ... but nothing, they also built a great country.
            1. Arkharov Offline
              Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 7 November 2019 23: 39
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              Of course, you have interesting conclusions about fools..kow and a great country, it seems to me that the USSR was very selectively “great”, it can just be assumed that every “mental category” in the country was engaged in “its own business”, that's why everything is so and it happened. Well and, accordingly, over.
              1. Pishenkov Offline
                Pishenkov (Alexey) 8 November 2019 01: 07
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                The USSR really was a great country and a superpower, both in size and in all other respects. I personally don’t understand what a “selectively great country” is - either great or not. But there are problems and shortcomings, they were and will be everywhere and always, their own and different, depending on time, structure, location, state system, population, etc. In Britain, for example, when it was still the Great British Empire, there were problems, in Rome, their own, in the Third Reich, and in the USSR and the USA, when they remained as two really great powers in the world, there were shortcomings and dissatisfied people inside and outside. But this does not detract from their greatness.
                And each mental category in the country is really doing its job. That is, it must be so that everything works fine. But when suddenly this rule is violated - here the problems begin. And we have enough such examples in history, from tsarist times, through revolutions to the collapse of the Union. These same fools ... begin to think of themselves as great leaders and reformers - that's it, cover ... that's what happened with the USSR. After this, only one Great Country remained for the time being - the USA.
                But since they are fools ... for that and fools ... ki, thank God, they cannot manage and stay at the top for a particularly long time, and they give way to those who are smarter. Therefore, Russia is now again gradually creeping out to the position of the Great Power, which at the moment in the world, thus, now three will draw - the Chinese have also fussed. And since amorous drinking (thinking) for three is a thing of the past, along with the USSR and the price of a bottle of vodka at 3 rubles, laughing then in all the other triangles of relationships the third, as you know, is usually superfluous ... and now let's see who it turns out to be this time ... wink
                1. Arkharov Offline
                  Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 8 November 2019 09: 46
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                  What do you tell me about greatness? Yes, territories, yes, worthy victories (though first through defeats), yes, Gagarin. But in countries where everything is not built on the interests of each individual person, as an integral part of society, in which the systematic sacrifice of freedom for the sake of some potential benefits, including "collectivization", "industrialization", "stability", etc., usually society does not lead to anything good. As a rule, this is how the various forms of totalitarian and authoritarian regimes are built in which, ultimately, there is neither stability, nor security, nor freedom.
                  The same Benjamin Franklin, flaunting on very beloved pieces of paper all over the world, once said:

                  A person who sacrifices freedom for security does not deserve freedom or security.

                  Everything is well known: to fence everything around, saturate everything with an ideology that no one needs and put the rest of the people in the world of coupons and shortages. There are “socialist” Cuba, Venezuela, North Korea, and other special reserves. And what, the same rake, taking into account national characteristics. Do you want to live there?
                  And in general, what do you see the greatness of the country in the modern world?
                  1. Pishenkov Offline
                    Pishenkov (Alexey) 8 November 2019 12: 35
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                    I most often agree with you, but now, frankly, I was even surprised at such an answer. And I must say, I was unpleasantly surprised.
                    The Soviet Union began and ended in the twentieth century. And in this century there simply WAS NOT A MORE GREAT COUNTRY. According to the largest number of indicators in the world, we were the first - with the largest territory in the world, the most diverse landscape and climate, with the most ethnically and culturally diverse population, the greatest natural wealth, with the highest achievements in absolutely everything - from almost all major international species sports to space exploration, with the best education in the world and advanced medicine, which were available to the vast majority of the population (which was not anywhere else), with the most powerful army in the world, which won oh terrible war in human history, and have never and nowhere did not lose a single war. What is not enough for the greatness of the country?
                    Although to list all the highest achievements of the USSR in the world, I think, to infinity ... We, in the end, were the first in the world to try and create in practice a radically new model of the state ... Yes, not everything was smooth, not everything is correct, but where is everything without errors and excesses? Where are the grandiose achievements without blood, sweat and tears of loss? Where are great victories without defeat? There is nothing like that! This is utopia, fairy tales or cheap movies! It is painted there, but in real life this is not!
                    Where did you see a country where "everything is built on the interests of each individual person, as an integral part of society"? Name one, where is it really so? I was born and raised in the USSR, and spent about half of my conscious life in the so-called West, and in very different places, and not at all as a tourist, or even an embassy employee, etc., I was “inside”, then there is something to compare with, and I declare quite responsibly: there are no such countries, does not exist in nature! And here is Franklin’s statement? What is freedom? Another man, who also "showed off on paper," said that "freedom is a conscious necessity" - right? It seems so. In general, after all this, most of these pulled out of the original context and isolated, clever sayings can be thrust into one well-known place, since almost anything can be brought under them at different times, in different places and with radically different meanings.
                    As for “stability, security and freedom,” I’ll add confidence in the future, I haven’t seen it in a larger volume anywhere except the USSR and the social countries of Europe. You will probably be surprised, but it is. Was traveling abroad restricted? It was. So what? On the sea and inland, and so anyone could go, as well as the mountains, etc. In the United States, less than 5% of the population have a passport in general, and nothing, they live somehow ... And as soon as we were allowed to leave, these same Westerners who criticized the Union all the way for the impossibility of “free movement”, then it’s all yourself and closed with a visa system ... And where is this their vaunted freedom? Something like speaking and writing was impossible - yes it is possible, whoever wanted to, he said and wrote. And who wanted to run up, he ran up - why not freedom? And in the “civilized world” now you can even “sit down” for what you call a gypsy a gypsy, and a black man a black man, although they themselves call them that. In a beautiful and idyllic Scandinavia, it’s not even possible to force your own child to do homework or do the dishes — they can take it away. I do not say to put in a corner or give on the pope. For this, they will also be imprisoned. Do you like that kind of freedom? Or do you think that in the West you can criticize the existing regime with impunity? No way, you will be punished too. In a different way than in the USSR, but they will certainly be punished. All in. Unfortunately, I haven’t been to Korea and Cuba yet, but since we are talking about the USSR, I don’t see any reason to drag them here, and these are not great countries, you cannot compare. Although it is possible that the people living there are actually happy, and even themselves do not know about it. People always need exactly what they don’t have. I personally realized how well we lived in the USSR, only when he died ...
                    Well, tired of painting something already ... it got me, see, very much ...
                    Yes, and the greatness of the country is probably just that it is great and progressive not in just one thing, but in most of the most diverse ways. And also only the Great Country can change its actions all over the world at once, and not just its separate parts, and only the Great Country can really oppose itself not only to the other Superpower, but even to the rest of the world, if necessary. God forbid, of course ... Because today, each of these three Great Powers simply can take and destroy this whole world, even alone.
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                      Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 8 November 2019 13: 57
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                      You wrote a lot, it’s even inconvenient for me that I moved you to such literary feats. The only, and most important, I want to answer you is that similar, and often no less accomplishments, other countries achieved without in such numbers: "... blood, sweat and tears of loss." I’m not talking about the last war, but mainly about many other “achievements”, which at times were quite doubtful and were achieved at an unreasonably high price.
                      About:

                      As for “stability, security and freedom”, I will add confidence in the future, I have not seen it in a larger volume anywhere except the USSR and the social countries of Europe.

                      And how was it justified? Where is the future? Perhaps this is talking about something?
                      But this would not be desirable at all:

                      In the end, we were the first in the world to try and create in practice a radically new model of the state ...

                      So, regarding the Union, I am afraid that most of us will not converge. The original underlying idea itself, in my opinion, was vicious and unviable, hence everything else.
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                        Pishenkov (Alexey) 8 November 2019 14: 17
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                        ... well, I had even more “literary feats”, so it’s not worth worrying about me. laughing

                        similar, and often no less achievements, other countries achieved without in such numbers: "... blood, sweat and tears of loss

                        - try to recall real examples. wink
                        About the phrase

                        As for “stability, security and freedom”, I’ll add confidence in the future, I haven’t seen it in a larger volume anywhere except the USSR and the social countries of Europe

                        - if you read carefully, I’m saying exactly my opinion. And indeed it is. The country, due to various circumstances, fell apart, it’s true, but I personally had these feelings in it. Now I don’t have them, but the worst thing is that my children who live, in many respects, still do not have them in a fairly stable and comfortable situation.
                        And about the state model - it works in China, I would say that it is successful. I think, because we learned to use this system correctly. In Russia, for various reasons, it did not work out. And you need to be able to drive a good car too. About whether it is good or bad, it is not for us to decide - this is history. There is as it is. You can’t change it already, but you need to learn from it so as not to repeat mistakes ... But we were the first in this. And they also survived. Although I personally also definitely do not support various cardinal decisions, such as revolutions, etc.
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                        Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 8 November 2019 14: 38
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                        There are many examples, most developed democracies. Well, what is there in China? In my opinion, a screen to preserve the power of a certain group of people.
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                        Pishenkov (Alexey) 8 November 2019 14: 52
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                        ... similar, and often no less achievements, other countries achieved without in such numbers: "... blood, sweat and tears of loss."

                        - you said that.

                        There are many examples.

                        - and this is you ... But all this is demagogy.
                        And where are they, examples of these great and bloodless achievements? From space, sports, maybe from the development of new territories? Or fighting? request
                        In China, of course, this system is adapted to local conditions and the type of people who are very different from us, but it generally works. Does power always and everywhere belong to only a small group, or do you also have alternative examples? laughing
                        And in general, in world history, the most successful and rapidly developing have always been and are precisely authoritarian systems. Or do you have disproving evidence on this subject? wink
                      4. Arkharov Offline
                        Arkharov (Grigory Arkharov) 8 November 2019 16: 50
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                        Of course, there are, for example: the British Empire, the North American United States. The most striking examples of successful development without any authoritarian systems there. You can still have more than a dozen. Naturally, you should consider a couple of recent centuries. And I personally do not need economic (by the way, very controversial) successes at the cost of a lot of blood and labor feats, instead of civilized and progressive development.
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                        Pishenkov (Alexey) 8 November 2019 17: 21
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                        We, if I’m not mistaken, or rather you, in this case, spoke not about countries, but about their achievements (see above). And here you, again, have not provided examples.
                        But even if we talk about it, both of these states, yes, really great ones, were completely built on blood, and even on what! The USSR never dreamed! The British Empire, which, incidentally, also collapsed a long time ago, was actually a monarchy, and when it was the Great, it was a tough and real monarchy that poured blood both at home and in all its colonies, one of which were the future of the United States, and still engaged in piracy and fought around the world with everyone, forgot? ... This is not authoritarianism, in your opinion? Soft rule? But in the United States, which have not yet collapsed as a superpower, the methods of governance are more than authoritarian, and the power there really belongs to a small group of individuals - the financial oligarchy, the real one, not like ours. And this oligarchy is in power all the time, no matter what party is currently represented in the White House or in Parliament, they all obey it to one degree or another. And the United States is also trying to spread its authoritarian policies by force to the whole world. Strength and blood including, as well as severe economic pressure. What, isn't it? And inside this very developed democracy, in such a case, as it took place at Bolotnaya or before the elections to the Moscow City Duma, that is, during unauthorized rallies with attacks on the police, the security forces would have sent half of the protesters to the damn mother, and those who did not have time to run away, they would be shoved into "monkeys" ... Recently, I have been surprised at the softness of Russian law enforcement officers, they are even tougher in Europe.
                        And you, too, are wrong on the development and its speed: how quickly did the authoritarian state of the USSR "rise" after the revolution and become a Superpower? In how many years have the Chinese managed to become the first economy from the outback of the world? The Third Reich rose from the ruins of Germany after the First World War for what period? Remembered? Now look at how much time the United States or Britain (your examples) have been formed and "raised" - for centuries ...
                        You can argue about the advantages of various government systems, but it’s useless to argue about the effectiveness of ... so ...
                        hi
                        Have a good weekend. Until Monday, I’ll go to the country and I won’t look at the computer smile
                2. Sake Offline
                  Sake (Sake) 8 November 2019 15: 19
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                  The same industrialization in the USA and Germany, for example, was carried out to the benefit of the peoples of these countries, i.e. it was a national construction site, where people went to work and to earn money. Even in tsarist Russia during the construction of the Trans-Siberian Railway there were no forced labor, people voluntarily went there to work! Now compare the so-called "Industrialization" in the USSR .... which was carried out on folk bones! Whereas in the USA and Germany, peasants received complete autonomy or independence that could feed these peoples, in the USSR everything was done just the opposite. The peasants were turned into slaves and forced to work without pay in money, and for sticks, where at the end of the year they still owed money to their “native” state, and where they came from, they did not see them !! Never in the history of mankind did a plowman, a sower and a reaper starve like they did on a collective farm paradise in the USSR, only with the arrival of Khrushchev in the village it was satisfying to live!
                3. 123 Offline
                  123 (123) 9 November 2019 10: 53
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                  ... only with the advent of Khrushchev in the village it became satisfying to live.

                  Khrushchev was the most mediocre and stupid leader (except for Gorbachev). Under Stalin, grain was exported; under Khrushchev, it was purchased in Canada. All that could be a misunderstanding, knock shoes on the podium or give the Crimea. I don’t even want to comment on the rest of the nonsense, especially about industrialization in the United States, when during the period of the “Great Depression” people, in order to not starve to death, worked at construction sites for soldering.
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                  Sake (Sake) 9 November 2019 11: 01
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                  I won’t argue about his mental abilities, but with his coming to power (from 55), it became better in Kazakhstan, they could keep livestock and sell meat, they received so much grain that there was no place in the barn (compare planting for spikelets under Stalin ...), in the Orenburg region. and in Bashkiria, Kazakh flour was snapped up, and then also in 56 there was an unprecedented harvest, I already remember that. In 63, my father bought a new Moskvich-403 ...
                5. 123 Offline
                  123 (123) 9 November 2019 11: 13
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                  ... but with his coming to power (from 55), it became better in Kazakhstan, they could keep livestock and sell meat, they received so much grain that there was no place in the barn ....... In 63, my father bought a new one Moskvich-403 ...

                  On this pleasant memories ended? Can you tell me further? It was in this very 63rd year that it started ..... They plowed virgin lands, the intensive use of land eventually led to the degradation of a thin fertile soil layer, crop failure, and the death of sown areas. Can you tell us about the "dust storms"?
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                Sake (Sake) 9 November 2019 11: 20
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                Regarding the second half of your nonsense ... Under Stalin, maybe they exported grain, but at the same time in Ukraine and Kazakhstan, millions of people died of starvation! And what do you call progress ?! For spikelets and for potatoes from the field planted, and this is progress, in your opinion ?! Never in history has a plowman, a sower and a reaper swollen from hunger, as in the collective farm of Stalin's paradise! With regard to the “donated” Crimea, this is nonsense for dumb and dumb people, in 54 Khrushchev did not yet have full power in the USSR, and there was nowhere to sign it when transferring Crimea to Ukraine, and this was a decision of the Supreme Council of the USSR with the signature of Chairman Voroshilov K. E. + Secretary! At the same time, part of the Chimkent region was transferred from the Uzbek SSR to the Kazakh SSR, the Samarkand region was transferred from the Tajik SSR to the Uzbek SSR, and from the Orenburg region. in Kaz.SSR and vice versa, they transferred lands in some areas, so there is no need to fool around, such a country was and the government was not one of the most intelligent statesmen, as it is today too!
                With regard to the “boot”, one should not throw stones so far, a couple of years ago at a meeting of the UN Security Council, Russian representative Safronkov spoke in a hairdryer with his colleagues, which is a running jargon in the Russian Foreign Ministry, the president and then down vertically!
              3. 123 Offline
                123 (123) 9 November 2019 12: 22
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                ... regarding the second half of your delirium ... Under Stalin, they may have exported grain, but at the same time in Ukraine and Kazakhstan millions of people died of starvation!

                I apologize, did not put it clearly enough. This refers to the post-war period. All the “genius” of Khrushchev is the purchase of grain for gold. By the way, speaking of hunger, you indicated Ukraine and Kazakhstan. Did you just forget the Volga region or will you talk about the Holodomor too? (just clarifying).

                And what do you call progress ?! For spikelets and for potatoes from the field planted, and this is progress, in your opinion ?! Never in history has a plowman, a sower and a reaper swollen from hunger, as in the collective farm of Stalin's paradise!

                I am not saying that under Stalin everything was fine, but I am comparing the results.

                With regard to the "donated" Crimea, this is nonsense for dumb and dumb, in 54, Khrushchev did not yet have the fullness of power in the USSR

                I learn so much interesting. laughing But do not tell me who led the country in the period after Stalin and before Khrushchev? smile

                and nowhere is there his signature when transferring Crimea to Ukraine, and this was a decision of the Supreme Council of the USSR with the signature of Chairman Voroshilov K. E. + Secretary!

                An entertaining version, this is what happens, recourse does it mean that they transferred Crimea without asking Khrushchev? Does he not know? request Is this the head of the country? belay So, Stalin almost personally bit by the spikelets of his throat, but Khrushchev simply did not know? I believe that on one sentence “for spikelets”, too, there is no Stalin’s signature. Maybe he’s not to blame for anything?

                At the same time, part of the Chimkent region was transferred from the Uzbek SSR to the Kazakh SSR, the Samarkand region was transferred from the Tajik SSR to the Uzbek SSR, and from the Orenburg region. in Kaz.SSR and vice versa, they transferred lands in some areas, so there is no need to fool around, such a country was and the government was not one of the most intelligent statesmen, as it is today too!

                How does this change the essence of the matter? Yes, heirlooms nobly. They shared, as they wanted, one characteristic feature - all the “rearrangements” of borders were not in favor of the RSFSR, not a single exception. If you make a mistake 20 times, then each individually is no longer an error? It's just that the rest of the programs are not so interesting to me. This is for you the decision of the "dear" Nikita Sergeyevich to disentangle. Why are you comparing the current leadership with Khrushchev? Do they also distribute territories or do they open up corn fields to Salekhard?
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            Ehanatone 3 December 2019 00: 07
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            Industrialization "in the USSR .... which was carried out on folk bones! If in the USA and Germany the peasants received complete autonomy or independence, which could feed these peoples.

            Well, well, what about the Holodomor, and the surrender of brulik in the USA, and what about the forced shipment of capitalism to the USA, didn’t you really hear that ???!
            Or so carefully fool around !! ...
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            Warrior 3 January 2020 01: 28
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            Read the Ukrainian "Ukrainian Feeling of Vista", which was published daily in the USA in 1930 .... by the Ukrainians themselves about news from Western Ukraine, where the USSR was not then - there daily was written about hunger in Western Ukraine every day for many years, where they died from hunger children and adults, while the Romanian, Hungarian, Czechoslovak and Polish authorities did nothing for these people ...
            And in 1932-1933, there was famine in Bulgaria, and in Romania, and in Poland, and in Czechoslovakia ....
            And in India at that time, the British intentionally starved 100 million Indians by starvation, and the United States at that time starved 8-12 million (no exact statistics) of their own Americans, mostly peasants, whom they expelled from their land, for the sake of large latifundists. ..
            So, we don’t need to hang American-Ukrainian noodles on our ears about the specially organized Holodomor in 1932-1933 in Ukraine, just every 10 years in Russia, like in other countries, there was HUNGER.
            Only now, Stalin's collectivization allowed the peasants to plow and sow significant areas of the fields with tractors, and not as before, with horses, strips of land, which made it possible to collect annually significant harvests of not only wheat, but also other grain crops, and therefore there was no further famine (except for the post-war 1946 of the year)...
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    Sake (Sake) 8 November 2019 14: 58
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    As one smart person said -

    The Soviet Union is an experience for others how to live!

    You have listed so many positive things here that I almost dropped a tear. USSR

    ... and in general, never and anywhere did not lose a war.

    - what a mistake, in 36, the USSR muddied the civil war in Spain and lost it, but when leaving, seized the entire gold reserve of Spain at 510 tons. Classical, however, “internationalists” look more like bandits! An open racket against the peace-loving Finnish people turned into a rout of the Red Army, only the "hot" Finnish guys were overwhelmed! This is how much insolence you need to have to write a song ... "take us, Suomi beauty", and they, you know, did not appreciate the act of goodwill of Slavik Voroshilov and Joseph Stalin!
    The initial phase of the Second World War is the complete defeat of the Red Army, the United States and England helped, otherwise they would not have waved it off. The war unleashed by the USSR on the Korean Peninsula, and only the death of Stalin stopped this war. The hybrid wars in Angola, Egypt, Ethiopia and other countries and continents turned out to be a failure for the USSR, all these countries owed a lot of money that the Soviet leadership and the military stole from the peoples of the USSR! And just yesterday, Putin wrote off 160 lard + 20 lard to the African brothers - savages!
    The war unleashed by the USSR in Afghanistan and the shameful defeat that led to the collapse of the USSR is also a shameful page of the USSR! Two wars unleashed by the Russian Federation in the North Caucasus, and both of them have successfully lost, for which the Russian Federation is paying reparations to the mountains now, or just a tribute! Here it is, not a complete, but shameful list of the regime’s thoughtless rule in the recent past and today! There were no and no free resources and time to develop the country and to improve the lives of peoples! Only global issues and problems of the show-offs solve, everything else is not worthy of their precious attention! Soon it will be, like our friend Hitler, when he betrayed that the German people are not worthy of him ?!
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      321 (321) 8 November 2019 20: 11
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      What discoveries are possible, it turns out ..))) It turns out that in Spain, the USSR was muddied up with everything, but ...))))
      No matter how you honor you, well, everything right in the USSR is shameful and there has never been anything good at all.
      Yes, and about writing off lards to Africa, it’s impressive - in your performance, and it doesn’t matter what a completely different person or even a different state gave, and now it’s possible to rip off it, if only with land, and even that is not a fact, it’s NOT black soil, but you need to criticize everything early. )
      Continue)))
      You haven’t succeeded in inventing anything new yet, all of this has already happened more than once in different designs, the general direction of your “movement” is already clear ...
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      Sake (Sake) 9 November 2019 09: 35
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      Young man, for what was created and acted "Comintern"? That's it, in order to export the revolution to all countries. In the program documents of the party and government of the USSR, Brezhnev was imprisoned for the creation of the world Soviet Union, only under Len it was replaced by support for the "National Liberation Movement" around the globe. In Spain, the same thing happened as with the appointment of “comrade” A. Hitler as Chancellor of Germany, as with Our Trump, with Marine Lepin and other corrupt parties and personalities. With the money from the Comintern, in fact from Moscow, the socialists won the elections in Spain, but the military knew for whose money they won ... the rest is known ...
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      321 (321) 9 November 2019 09: 49
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      So for those who know everything - who organized the rebellion and started it? And everything else is nothing more than lyrics, otherwise you can start recalling what other organizations existed and why they were created at all)) otherwise you will honor you, and well, without the money of the Comintern, nothing would have happened, yeah)))
      Already heard and repeatedly, the last option - that this is the Russian Federation all the US elections in favor of Trump organized)))
      PS And you call yourself a young man first of all, in relation to those whom you DO NOT know at all, this is somewhat wrong))
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    123 (123) 9 November 2019 10: 39
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    As one smart man - the Soviet Union - said, it is an experience for others how to live!

    The name of this "smart man" you, of course, do not know? lol

    ... and in general, never and nowhere has she lost a war - what a mistake, in 36, the USSR muddied the civil war in Spain and lost it.

    What sawdust in your head. belay First, decide what war is. There are signs of this definition:
    1. Declaration of war.
    2. The severance of diplomatic relations.
    3. Cancellation of bilateral agreements.
    4. There is a special legal regime (martial law).
    What was made of this?
    If you don’t know anything, at least open Wikipedia ... The war in Spain began with a nationalist rebellion. Do you want to say that the USSR organized a rebellion, and then he himself fought with the nationalists?

    ... by defeating the Red Army, only the masses of “hot” Finnish guys were bombarded!

    Decide - "the defeat of the Red Army" or "failed Finnish guys." Similar “dualism” in the head is a sign of schizophrenia. WWII, too, we lost?

    The war unleashed by the USSR on the Korean Peninsula ...

    Is this your personal opinion? By the way, the war in Korea is lost? Legally, they still have a truce.

    Hybrid wars in Angola, Egypt, Ethiopia and other countries and continents turned out to be a failure for the USSR, Hybrid wars in Angola, Egypt, Ethiopia and other countries and continents turned out to be a failure.

    Oh, this Ukrainian hybrid warfare fashion laughing And then failure everywhere?

    ... all these countries owed a lot of money that the Soviet leadership and the military stole from the peoples of the USSR!

    Africa owed only to the USSR? Look how much they owed to the "cursed capitalists" who "stole money from their peoples."

    Putin wrote off 160 lard + 20 lard to the African brothers - savages!

    About "160 lard" can be more detailed? Where does the information come from? From the newspaper "Ternopil swineherd"?

    The war unleashed by the USSR in Afghanistan and the shameful defeat that led to the collapse of the USSR is also a shameful page of the USSR!

    First, why the defeat? The troops withdrew, the task of achieving victory at all costs was not set, a limited contingent was operating. What can be called a victory in Afghanistan? Ask the Americans. What makes you think that the USSR fell apart due to the war in Afghanistan?

    Two wars unleashed by the Russian Federation in the North Caucasus and both successfully lost ...

    Where does this data come from, do you have voices in your head again?

    for which now and in the vague future, the Russian Federation is paying reparations to the mountains or just a tribute!

    Do you mean Chechnya? Your right is to have your own opinion, even if it is so perverted, but have you ever seen the winners fight in the army of the vanquished?

    Soon it will be, like our friend Hitler, when he betrayed that the German people are not worthy of him ?!

    We will never, like your friend Hitler.
    PS And yet, the USSR lost one war, this is the "Polish campaign", but to you with a Seljuk education, how do you know that.
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    Warrior 3 January 2020 01: 36
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    For sake
    Do not hang your noodles on our ears .... All this is your usual infamous LIES ... Anyone who knows history will easily refute your lie about the USSR ...
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    123 (123) 7 November 2019 22: 00
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    About dviguny is not necessary, for "Energomash" - this is the only way to make money. In the case of "circumcision," E. Musk will execute the entire program for less money.

    Run, build, do ..... And what has not yet been completed? request Shy? sad
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      Sake (Sake) 9 November 2019 09: 36
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      What E. Mask has done and is not accessible to Batutych and Roscosmos!
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        123 (123) 9 November 2019 09: 46
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        ... what E. Mask has done and is not accessible to Batutych and Roscosmos!

        Golden words! good

  • Vladimir_ Voronov (Vladimir) 7 November 2019 11: 06
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    Dear author, You forgot about the existence of the Yellowstone Super Volcano in the United States. As they say, read more at:

    https://noi.md/ru/v-mire/uchenye-nazvali-datu-vzryva-jelloustonskogo-supervulkana

    Even a reminder of this causes a cold sweat among the Americans ...
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  • Whiskey's organs is delta (Long_Shot) 7 November 2019 12: 33
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    Sivkov is a "fantastic" mind man. He also forgot to mention that the shipyard is an object of strategic importance and, in which case, it will be steeper than any US Navy base. And something, I strongly doubt that even the paint on the slipway will be scratched there.
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      123 (123) 7 November 2019 22: 04
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      Sivkov is a "fantastic" mind man. He also forgot to mention that the shipyard is an object of strategic importance and, in which case, it will be steeper than any US Navy base. And something, I strongly doubt that even the paint on the slipway will be scratched there.

      To guard and protect - there is a difference. Do Americans have reliable air defense? belay When? Did I miss something? request
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    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 7 November 2019 15: 46
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    Again, throw all the caps .... not tired?
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    Screw (Gennady) 7 November 2019 16: 35
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    If military necessity - they will bomb. And so - let it work and eat resources. For some reason, Ushakov recalled, Ushak Pasha - the Turkish title of our rear admiral.
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    Sake (Sake) 7 November 2019 18: 47
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    I have already listened to this Sivkov stratologist and was amazed how such limited people are given thick stars for epaulettes? It is not for nothing that such specialists of a wide profile then die in batches in the Navy or in batches of light at the Salisberets spire. About the last two "dichlorvos" in general scream, they are definitely "blue-eyed" in this GRU, and the level of their development draws on vocational schools of the Soviet flood.
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    Vasil K. (Vasil K.) 15 January 2020 13: 46
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    No, optimists are not translated! Feel free to give a slap in the face half the battle and wait a full half under the rib ...
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    Pavel Fedorov (Pavel Fedorov) 4 February 2020 10: 58
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    We’ll throw matches, don’t drift, guys ...