"The Russians are in the past": Daily Mail readers on the Victory Parade in Moscow

Readers of the British newspaper Daily Mail commented on the photo report of the edition about the celebrations held in Russia dedicated to the Victory Day. To date, they have left over 1200 reviews.

Some feedback from readers:

Isn't it funny that the two countries that lost World War II are included in the G7, while Russia is not?

- writes ejbondar.

So we come to the point where Russia is teaching the United States a lesson in patriotism, unity and discipline. Great job

- pointed out by the user TheLionessRampant.

Russia and China still live in the past, and weapons and Technology have already moved forward as we are now in a world of star wars and cyberattacks

- boasted a certain mervyn.

No Putin, you won't get Alaska back

- announced Somewhere Outthere.

Trump was willing to sell Alaska back to the Russians to finance the construction of his wall with Mexico

- answered the previous comment by Try_To_Keep_Up.

What an impressive and large-scale celebration. Certainly more sane than anything that the United States or Great Britain can organize now. Russia is the de facto leader of the free world

- MelodyPeter responded.

Most of the people posting negative comments have never met a Russian or even traveled outside their state. Believe it or not, Russians are much more like Americans than you might think. Even their humor is closer to American than British

- writes the American user JimmyZ.

Well, the former Soviet army in the GDR before 1990 and Russian sailors in Mediterranean ports - especially in the Balearic Islands, Canary Islands, Malta and Sicily - behaved much better than the American military outside the bases or the British army on the Rhine, which "fought" in bars [...]

- said Maurice.

All those who talk about the greatness of Russia have obviously never lived there. It's a dictatorship in everything but name

- comments Joe Dixon63.

Russia is a great country. Patriotic and proud of her heritage. And I don't listen to mainstream media anymore. They now blame Russia for everything!

- commented Chelsea555.

Such is ingratitude. If not for the courage and self-sacrifice of 20 million Russians, all of Europe and the United Kingdom would have become German-speaking colonies

- recalled RealSage.

It seems that in the West, the media and policy make every effort to portray Russia as the greatest threat, although it is clear that this is China

- pointed out BritLord.

As an American, I look at Russia with envy. If only we had a leader like Putin. Instead, we have a decrepit old simpleton, who is twisted like a puppet by the most vicious people

- supposes smcd.

Is it possible to eat already used fireworks? Ask 130 million hungry Russians

- northerngreywolf taunts.

Russia only talks and does nothing. It's like the boy who shouted "wolf" so many times that they stopped believing him. They're as worthless as North Korea

- the Londoner with the nickname KXCM remarked with contempt.
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  1. goncharov.62 Offline goncharov.62
    goncharov.62 (Andrei) 12 May 2021 10: 11
    They are as worthless as North Korea ..
    ... Boo-boo-boo ... And do they order a goat?
    1. Alexndr p Offline Alexndr p
      Alexndr p (Alexander) 12 May 2021 11: 12
      They are as worthless as North Korea ..

      it is an insult that the proud people of a small country twirl the entire Western Caudla with all their presidents, puppets Latvians and Balts, their entire Western military machine and Japan to a heap on their worldview

      Eunwoo needs to conduct another exercise with the launch of a ballistic missile - these animals instead of haloperidol. Putting to sleep is not humane. It is necessary to treat.
  2. avg Offline avg
    avg (Alexander) 12 May 2021 11: 16
    All those who talk about the greatness of Russia have obviously never lived there. This is a dictatorship in everything except the name - comments Joe Dixon63.

    Not otherwise, Shenderovich and Ksyusha are hiding under this nickname.
    1. radvas Offline radvas
      radvas (Igor) 12 May 2021 17: 32
      Sounds like an emigrant? Why did your Motherland hurt you so much? Probably the same as that traitor-general Vlasov?
      1. Breard Offline Breard
        Breard (Serg) 13 May 2021 20: 32
        Hmm ... and the Kremlin is not a "traitor Vlasov"?
        Read the story, Vlasov was a respected general, received Soviet awards for battles in 41. But then something happened - he chickened out for his life and became! a traitor! He began to fight against together with the White Guards who came with the troops of Germany to destroy the Russians, the Soviets!
        But if it happened, Vovan Putin swore allegiance to the Soviet Union for the first time ... then, like Vlasov, he "swore allegiance" to Russia ... What's the problem?
        1. Victor Peter Offline Victor Peter
          Victor Peter (victor petrov) 14 May 2021 09: 35
          The problem is you!
          Russia is the legal successor of the USSR, with all that it implies
          1. Breard Offline Breard
            Breard (Serg) 15 May 2021 10: 24
            Russia is the successor of the USSR

            this is the opinion of the KGB lieutenant colonels who betrayed the USSR and the traitors. Head of the GSVG club
            The first thing that Russia did ... it ignored the referendum! Power simply surrendered - for money.
            "Money" is the power in Russia today! It is enough to look at Forbes and understand the Timchenkos, Michelsons, Vekselbegi, Freedmans, Usmanov Alikperovs, Mordashevs ... etc - today they contain the "power" of the territory of the former RSFSR with what the alcoholic president of your Rasha could "manage. Russia appointed Vovan Putin as their watchman.
            And the above-mentioned OWNERS OF RUSSIA pay for everything that happens. And they do not care and the owners of Russia and their servants - Putin's on the USSR ... It is now ONLY THEIR "cow" and they milk it.
  3. Ivan Chech Offline Ivan Chech
    Ivan Chech (Ivan Chech) 12 May 2021 13: 32
    So what? )))
    We have been in the past for a thousand years and have lived. For a thousand years we have been fighting them off. )))
    In general, there is nothing like that ...
    ... if the weapon is normal. )))
  4. Petr Vladimirovich (Peter) 12 May 2021 17: 03
    Ask 130 million hungry Russians

    Curiously, this postulate is actively promoted by former compatriots from our forum.
    Usually I suggest - buddy, let's exchange photos of apartments, summer cottages, cars in Votsap like a pensioner. We'll grind health, it's important.
    To date, only one agreed, at 67, as it should be in Israel, he retired, there is no apartment of his own, but 70% of us live like this and it is very good (c), there are no dachas, cars are ordinary Japanese women. And then, for some reason, about Soviet tanks in the sands of Sinai ...
  5. radvas Offline radvas
    radvas (Igor) 12 May 2021 17: 28
    It is useful for us to know about us in the perception of others. But that doesn't mean anything. The main thing is the interests and security of Russia. Iosif Vissarionovich knew and remembered this best of all.
  6. Wanderer039 Offline Wanderer039
    Wanderer039 12 May 2021 18: 51
    England is still afraid to declassify documents from the Second World War, so who of us lives in the past ?! You are your fascist duke and today you are trying in every possible way to smear it.
  7. IMHO Offline IMHO
    IMHO (nikitoss) 12 May 2021 22: 26
    Let's tell everyone the well-known: And our army!
  8. Vladest Offline Vladest
    Vladest (Vladimir) 12 May 2021 23: 48
    Quote: Ivan Cech
    We have been in the past for a thousand years and we live

    You are only thirty years old. What was before 1991, there were other states. Yes, the fact that Russia was under the Tatars for 300 years is already a vassal. Even for this, for 1000 years, well, no matter how it works. In what year did they stop paying tribute to the Mongols?
    1. Denis Kozlov Offline Denis Kozlov
      Denis Kozlov (Denis Kozlov) 13 May 2021 20: 57
      is there evidence that the Mongols existed in the 12th century and captured Russia? except for one lousy chronicle written 4 centuries later, no. Well, and this, learn math, from 862 to 2021, clearly more than a thousand years have passed.
  9. Yuri Nemov Offline Yuri Nemov
    Yuri Nemov (Yuri Nemov) 13 May 2021 08: 14
    Russia and China are still living in the past, and weapons and technology have already advanced, as we are now in a world of star wars and cyberattacks.

    Well, yes, and the British monarchy is a step into the future.
  10. George W. Bush - medium (George Bush - average) 13 May 2021 14: 06
    The invaders do not send reconnaissance groups to thwart the destruction of the city, and they do not save people from prisons. The Red Army did everything to keep the Polish, Baltic, Romanian, Czechoslovak cities safe and sound in the face of fierce resistance from the Nazis. Hence the thousands of Russian Soviet soldiers who died in Eastern Europe.
    So, not a single Pole or Balts dare even open their mouths about some kind of occupation if it were not for the Soviet soldiers, there would be no Krakow, or Warsaw, or Riga, there would be ruins ... In Russia, they often annoy that the Soviet command so carefully treated those whose descendants are now throwing mud at the Union. In fact, Moscow did everything right then from a historical and spiritual point of view, yes, the dead soldiers are extremely sorry, and the current Russophobes are disgusting, but Soviet soldiers did not die for them, they saved humanity from the world's evil.
    And during salvation, you don't choose who deserves and who doesn't, and even more so you don't think about who the saved ones will become in 76 years ... This is already our problem and concern to close them - Vladest (Vladimir) - filthy mouths.
  11. Breard Offline Breard
    Breard (Serg) 13 May 2021 20: 23
    Russia only talks and does nothing. It's like the boy who shouted "wolf" so many times that they stopped believing him. They're as worthless as North Korea

    hmm ... in what he is unfortunately right!
  12. Denis Kozlov Offline Denis Kozlov
    Denis Kozlov (Denis Kozlov) 13 May 2021 20: 54
    Hmm, perhaps a cyberattack on McDuck's Moscow office will somehow interfere with a massive nuclear strike on the United States? even curious to know how?
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  14. Heroes Heroes Offline Heroes Heroes
    Heroes Heroes (Sergei) 14 May 2021 12: 01
    Sounds to me to know that somewhere out there they say: geeks, perverts and defeatists ???!