"It was necessary to finish off!" After 30 years, the West regrets that it did not deal with Russia


It just so happened that the thirtieth anniversary of the collapse of the USSR, which is definitely a huge holiday for our "sworn friends", this year coincided with much less pleasant events for them - our country took a tough and uncompromising position regarding guarantees of its security and future. In fact, Moscow demanded to return to it those "geopolitical debts" that began to accumulate since the Gorbachev-perestroika times, and have now reached a "critical mass" that poses a real danger to our Motherland. We will not touch upon the twists and turns of the current diplomatic "game", let's talk about something else.


Everything that is happening today has become an excuse for the "collective West" to experience burning pity and remorse. No, not in any way about the fact that they acted meanly, insidiously, dishonestly with the Soviet Union and Russia. Not at all! Gentlemen and ladies from countries that stubbornly call themselves "civilized" (and traditionally deny the right of our country to be considered as such), bitterly regret something else. That at one time they did not show even more Jesuit cunning and did not complete their own nefarious plans and undertakings, the end of which would be the disappearance of Russia with political world maps.

"Poorly organized collapse"


An article with a more than eloquent title, "The West and the End of the USSR: A Story of Two Failures", published recently in Le Monde, France, can be considered an amazing example of just this kind of reasoning. What failures is the author Sylvie Kaufmann talking about? The first unacceptable "puncture", in her opinion, was made when the Western countries did not heed the humiliated pleas of Mikhail Gorbachev, who, being invited as a "poor relative" to the G7 summit in London, begged its participants for financial assistance to stabilize the situation in agonizing country. The journalist recalls that a few months earlier, who came to power as a result of one of the first "velvet revolutions" in Eastern Europe, Czech President Vaclav Havel, speaking in the US Congress, called for the same: "Support the USSR on its difficult path to democracy" ...

It is clear that in our country the Americans and their allies saw only Gorbachev with his “team” of traitors to the Motherland like him. However, at that time he was already a "played card" for them, a waste material. Yes, ahead was the "Nobel Prize" and a heap of various prizes and awards for the betrayal and destruction of their own country. However, in the West he was no longer seen as an uncontested leader. Why continue the play with "support" if the main goal seemed practically achieved - "The Evil Empire" was about to fall! In fact, the Baltic states left the Union, the nationalist evil spirits “stirred” in Ukraine, fermentation was in full swing in the Caucasus and Central Asia. Everything was tottering and cracking at the seams, about to collapse.

The journalist reproaches the then Western leaders that "the collapse of the USSR was poorly organized and out of control." Oh, that's how ?! So, after all, "organized", but not well enough? Valuable recognition, which, however, does not change anything. At the same time, the journalist claims: at the same GXNUMX summit, the leaders of Germany and France, Helmut Kohl and François Mitterrand, called for the opening of credit lines for Moscow, which were to become the basis of a "large-scale program of international assistance" to the Soviet Union. Even if this corresponds to reality, then one should correctly understand the intentions of these gentlemen - they only wanted to thereby prolong the power of the "perestroika" in order to ultimately weaken our country completely. The main thing is to make the "democratic transformations" in it "irreversible". One way or another, but this initiative was "broken off" by the Americans and the British. They were sure that it would be enough to waste money playing "friendship and cooperation". Then the leaders and peoples of the Soviet republics will cope on their own, breaking and crushing a great power.

The GKChP for some time became a "cold shower" for those who believed that it was already in the bag. However, the West quickly realized that they were dealing not with a real coup and "restoration of communism", but with a mediocre parody, a cheap production. When Boris Yeltsin took the upper hand, they finally calmed down - here, it would seem, a democrat and a liberal, which ones to look for! His only ban on the activities of the Communist Party was for the West, indeed, a balm for mental wounds and a reason to decide: now everything will be fine! That is - as it should be "civilized", with pleasure watching the chaos and devastation unfolding on one six part of the land.

"New Europe on the wreckage of the USSR"


As those who have watched Boris Nikolayevich and his "reformers" crush the Russian army for almost a dozen years now admit, the economy and in general, everything that one can reach, admits with great sadness: they did not overlook! They did not foresee, "they did not take into account how difficult the transition period from Soviet totalitarianism to true democracy and a market economy will be." Yes, this period turned out to be such that the absolute majority of our compatriots to this day remember it with a shudder and repeat over and over again: "Anything you like, but just not a return to this nightmare!" The West is disingenuous ... The crazy Yeltsin times more than suited him - Boris Nikolayevich was forgiven everything, up to the "democratic" firing from tanks at the parliament. Our newfound partners were very busy - they were sucking out resources, minds, souls, and working hands from Russia (and from the entire “post-Soviet space” as a whole).

As the author of Le Monde writes, “everyone was on a wave of liberal enthusiasm, and Western leaders were dizzy from the victory in the Cold War. She quotes the words of a certain Pierre Vimont, a diplomat, who asserts: "Then the opportunity was missed to create on the ruins of the USSR a new European order, a new European architecture that would ensure security and economic development." It sounds, it seems, quite harmless. However, the main question is who exactly to provide? Certainly not Russia. The same Mitterrand believed that if another two dozen states, such as the Baltic states, Ukraine, Georgia and other "post-Soviet" states, join "united Europe", of which he has always been an ardent supporter, this will inevitably cause its "decline."

This point of view, however, has not changed since then. Having swallowed up the Baltic states, the European Union "choked" and fights off new contenders from Kiev, who are rushing into it, with its arms and legs. They prefer to exploit these countries without assuming any obligations and responsibility for their further unenviable fate. As for Russia, our "friends" admit: in the mid-late 90s there was a firm belief that "having got rid of the communist ideology, the country will inevitably follow the Western path of development." Well, where else could she go? Now they are complaining that "they completely did not understand the essence of the processes taking place in a huge country" and "did not foresee the chain of shocks" as a result of which Vladimir Putin eventually came to power, which eventually turned into a nightmare for the "collective West" ... They were firmly convinced that having become a "truly democratic state", Russia would begin to fall apart little by little after the Soviet Union.

As a matter of fact, such forecasts were not far from the truth - only this process, which began in Chechnya, ended with it. Completely different times came, but our opponents did not understand this either, not taking the young prime minister and then the president seriously. But Putin really didn’t make any sudden movements at first. They asked for it themselves. The publication in Le Monde ends the way a modern French journalist could do. In her opinion, the mistakes and miscalculations of the politicians of the 90s led to the fact that "Russia is ruled by an autocratic regime that is nostalgic for the past and does not want to let go of the emancipated Ukraine from under its control." "Emancipated Ukraine" is a masterpiece! Bravo!

In fact, all this verbiage (not without, however, several rather interesting near-historical revelations) speaks of only one thing. In the West, they have not forgotten anything and perfectly understood their own omissions caused by self-confidence and short-sightedness. What does this mean? The fact that if now the leadership of our state gives even the slightest slack, everything will go backwards. No, attempts to "outplay the game" are being made and will continue to be made, no matter what we do. They simply cannot “bomb the stone age” with a state that, in terms of its military superiority over the West, has not only reached the level of the Soviet Union, but significantly exceeded it, with all their ardent desire. This means that more and more attempts will continue to "direct Russia on the path of democracy." Sanctions, "education" and nourishment of the internal "opposition" for the sake of the "Maidan" organization - it will be indispensable. At the same time, the main task for the new henchmen of the West will be the collapse and fragmentation of the country to such an extent, after which no revival will become possible in principle. For less, keeping in mind the "missed chances" about which they are groaning today in Paris and Washington, in Berlin and London, they will not agree there for anything.

In fact, Russia has no choice but to consolidate the “post-Soviet space” around itself, wringing it out of the occupiers' power in one way or another, despite all their attempts to stop this process. Otherwise, a terrible inevitability will be a repetition of the tragic fate of the Soviet Union, only in an even worse version. This time there will be no "liberal euphoria" - there will be a fear that at least someone and something in our country will survive.

They all remember and dream of revenge. The only thought that torments Russia's enemies about this: "It was necessary to finish off when there was a chance!" In no case should this whole pack be given the opportunity to finish what was started 30 years ago, no matter how eager it would be to do it.
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  1. beeper Offline beeper
    beeper 26 December 2021 19: 23
    +5
    The article is generally correct! good
    In the same way, I see these "crocodile tears" of malicious "common people"! winked
  2. goncharov.62 Offline goncharov.62
    goncharov.62 (Andrei) 26 December 2021 19: 23
    +1
    This ... it's time to know and understand the difference between convergence, segregation, nationalization, neo-colonialism
  3. Alexey Davydov (Alexey) 26 December 2021 19: 35
    +13
    One mistake, as it seems to me, the author is making.
    Boris Yeltsin is as much an American protege as Gorbachev. That one destroyed the Warsaw Pact and the CMEA, this one destroyed the USSR.
    The fact that the Yeltsin administration worked and received a salary was recently reported by Putin himself.
    Yeltsin's guilt before the country and the people, in my opinion, is even greater. It was he, with the help of CIA officers, who organized a palace coup in Moscow under the guise of a struggle against "party privileges", and then dragged the country and people who trust Moscow into capitalism. This happened before my eyes, because I didn’t get out of my business trips then.
    We were absolutely not ready for this test. No one had any idea what they actually faced.
    Die or find a way to survive under capitalism.
    This filter, alas, did not always select the best people from the point of view of Soviet morality. Hundreds of thousands of those who did not fit in died of hunger and disease, were killed and tortured by bandits, drank themselves and became drug addicts. Each of our families keeps the memory of such loved ones. An entire generation was brought up unsuitable for a creative life.
    For 10 years the country did not build, but destroyed and devoured what was destroyed. The inertia of this process is not completely extinguished even now.
    Perhaps, in fact, someone in the West sincerely regrets that they did not help Russia "fit" into the West.
    But it is also true that they are in the minority. Otherwise, everything would have gone on a different path. Probably - it was intended.
    The overwhelming and definitive majority in the West are those who are now shedding tears of regret - they did not finish it off!
    1. Xuli (o) Tebenado 26 December 2021 20: 10
      +2
      Boris Yeltsin is as much an American protege as Gorbachev. That one destroyed the Warsaw Pact and the CMEA, this one destroyed the USSR.

      Not. A bit wrong. In those recent times, there were no laws in the USSR that would make it possible to destroy the country). Therefore, Boris Neusyhayuschiy with Caudla (Rutskoy, Grachev, Khasbulatov, Burbulis, Travkin, Afanasyev, Popov, Korotich, Yavlinsky, Boldyrev, Lukin, Shakhrai, Nemtsov, etc.) destroyed the country, whose president was Minka Gorbaty.
      1. Alexey Davydov (Alexey) 26 December 2021 20: 31
        +7
        Exactly. It was a palace coup. Yeltsin and his team simply generated a hysterical "struggle with party privileges" in Moscow. All television channels broadcast speeches by Yeltsin's supporters. As I understand now, all these broadcasts were coordinated and paid for by someone. The opponents were scientists, business leaders, but their opinions were published in long newspaper articles, which almost no one read.
        In the closed research institute where I went, in our team of bench tests, consisting of some men, all Muscovites were for Yeltsin. Like a woman, hysterically. It surprised me. I clearly saw that it was internally empty. They are not. I once told them about it, and then I got the nickname "Stalinist".
        The hysteria of the population of Moscow helped Yeltsin and his team to push back the Moscow leadership of the party and the country. I was not interested in politics then, but it was obvious.
        Now I think that the CIA used its earlier experience in working with Yeltsin.
        1. Xuli (o) Tebenado 27 December 2021 05: 39
          0
          in our bench test team, consisting of some men, all Muscovites were for Yeltsin. Like a woman, hysterically.

          This is how all coups have always been done in capitals.
          If, in the same Sverdlovsk-E-burg or Stavropol, one "flips", no one will notice. The first partaigenosses of Yeltsin and Gorbachev were not "turned over" there in the 70s, so in 1991 the "final result" was obtained.
        2. Nicolas Offline Nicolas
          Nicolas (Nicolas) 27 December 2021 10: 51
          -1
          Naturally. For the common people, Yeltsin seemed like his own man, not a nomenklatura. It was said that he took a tram to work when he was the First Secretary of the Moscow City Committee of the CPSU. Populism is a driving force in our time.
          1. Xuli (o) Tebenado 28 December 2021 00: 15
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            It was said that he took a tram to work when he was the First Secretary of the Moscow City Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union.

            It is immediately obvious that you have not been to Moscow. The tram and the place of work of party leaders are mutually exclusive things. On the street Gorky (now Tverskaya) trams were once in the 30s, but in the 80s on Gorky-Tverskaya this type of transport has already disappeared.

            There was a little book, like Yeltsin's - "Confession on a given topic." This "masterpiece" was written by the journalist of "Komsomolskaya Pravda" Valentin Yumashev. After the promotion of this imperishable, Yumashev went very high - eventually became the son-in-law of Boris Neusyhayus. It was in this little book that Yumashev rubbed his glasses on the Soviet people, how Unwilling "fought" with privileges and went to work on foot, and not in a tram.
      2. Xuli (o) Tebenado 27 December 2021 05: 33
        +1
        Not. A bit wrong. In those recent times, there were no such laws in the USSR that would make it possible to eliminate the President of the USSR, Minka.
        Therefore, Boris Neusyhayuschiy with Caudla (Rutskoy, Grachev, Khasbulatov, Burbulis, Travkin, Afanasyev, Popov, Korotich, Yavlinsky, Boldyrev, Lukin, Shakhrai, Nemtsov, etc.) destroyed the country, whose president was Minka Gorbaty.

        The final version of the comment should look like this.
        Correct to believe.
    2. gunnerminer Offline gunnerminer
      gunnerminer (gunner miner) 26 December 2021 21: 00
      -2
      It was he who, with the help of the CIA officers, organized a palace coup in Moscow under the guise of a struggle against "party privileges", and then dragged the country and people who trust Moscow into capitalism. This happened before my eyes, because I didn’t get out of my business trips then.

      As it turns out simply, in the complete absence of a counterintelligence regime and law enforcement agencies. laughing
      1. akarfoxhound Offline akarfoxhound
        akarfoxhound 26 December 2021 21: 57
        +3
        And this is actually amazing. The KGB, which was supposed to at least arrest the drunken "Belovezhskaya" Shobla - they were guarded there while they were signing the collapse of the union in the forests at the baths! And that was our heroic and beloved KGB Alpha!
        Subsequently, the collapse of our generals of our Ministry of Defense surrendered the weapons of subordinate units and formations and their people with their families to loot and be torn apart by local nationalist gangs. Russians were killed all over the place under the grandiose approval of higher command personnel with warning and criminal prosecution for armed protection. Subsequently, this generals very conveniently sat down in the state department and the federation. And not a single bastard was punished!
        So there is not one Benny with Humpbacked on the bones of the Union danced
        1. gunnerminer Offline gunnerminer
          gunnerminer (gunner miner) 26 December 2021 22: 03
          +1
          The very top of the KGB, the leading detachment of the CPSU, is rotten.
          1. Alexey Davydov (Alexey) 27 December 2021 00: 31
            0
            As far as I know, the KGB, as a military structure, acted according to the governing documents and was subordinate to the party. I think that all questions are for the traitors in the leadership of the CPSU
            1. viktortarianik Offline viktortarianik
              viktortarianik (Victor) 27 December 2021 08: 08
              0
              Didn't you have your own mind? This to me, a simple engineer, was incomprehensible what was happening, but in my gut I felt the impending disaster.
            2. gunnerminer Offline gunnerminer
              gunnerminer (gunner miner) 27 December 2021 10: 09
              0
              The KGB command, like no one else, was informed about the situation in the country, from employees of territorial bodies, and from military counterintelligence agencies about the state of units and subunits, but refrained from patriotic actions, hiding behind a directive banning operational activities in relation to party workers and their families. And it was itself under investigation, or in civilian life. Gorbchevtsy alone cannot justify all the failures.
          2. Xuli (o) Tebenado 28 December 2021 00: 23
            +1
            The very top of the KGB, the leading detachment of the CPSU, is rotten.

            Not. The KGB was the avenging sword of the party.
            Initially, the upper and middle parts of the CPSU were rotten. They have accumulated large material resources that they could not use in the conditions of party dogmatism and rotten party morality. Therefore, the party leaders not only left the "punishing sword" without work, but also threw it away, so as not to interfere with the movement towards the "bright future of capitalism."
      2. Alexey Davydov (Alexey) 26 December 2021 22: 02
        +3
        You misread my first comment. Based on what Putin recently announced about the CIA employees in the Yeltsin administration in full-time positions, it can be assumed that all this was filmed ahead of time, in preparation for the coup. How - the question is not for me. The country under Yeltsin was completely open to the States. 10 years. Can you imagine how much room for the CIA?
        1. gunnerminer Offline gunnerminer
          gunnerminer (gunner miner) 26 December 2021 22: 10
          -2
          And now? Not open? The same thing is happening. Only the forms have changed. The creation of a middle class is suppressed in every way. On a rent, feudal, corrupt economy, no leap forward can be created. OSC has lost the ability to build entire classes of ships. It is normal to repair them. And no one, for anything, not responsible for 20 years! Lost Naval Aviation. Remains of museum exhibits. Shipbuilding programs failed, one after another. Supervisory authorities monitor prices for certain types of products. MIC to commercial banks for 1 trillion rubles.
    3. Radar62 Offline Radar62
      Radar62 (Novel) 27 December 2021 07: 53
      0
      I will add that Gorbaty was engaged in the collapse for ideological reasons, the drunkard for career reasons. As a result, both nits.
      I also don’t think that by joining the Western system, Russia would have achieved prosperity. No one in the West needs it.
      1. Xuli (o) Tebenado 28 December 2021 00: 30
        0
        that Humpback was engaged in the collapse for ideological reasons

        Minka's ideological motives were very correct.
        Another thing is that as a leader and as a politician, he was completely mediocre.
        As a child he was a combine operator, learned to chat at the law faculty of Moscow State University, then at "party work" he brought the ability to chat to the highest degrees. But he did not know real life, because after receiving a diploma from Moscow State University he only chatted, shifted pieces of paper on the table and consulted with Raisa Maksimovna.
  4. smart fellow Offline smart fellow
    smart fellow (smart fellow) 26 December 2021 19: 48
    +5
    Gorbachev with his "team" of traitors to the Motherland like him

    What was it called the First President of the USSR and the Honored Pensioner of the Russian Federation? If he is a traitor, shouldn't he go to jail?
    1. Xuli (o) Tebenado 28 December 2021 00: 33
      0
      then shouldn't he be in jail?

      There is a certain distance between the words "must" and "must".
  5. Xuli (o) Tebenado 26 December 2021 19: 57
    -5
    ... the end of which would be the disappearance of Russia from the political map of the world.

    Goneva is the purest sample.
    This writer has not seriously studied the sciences, so I am not at all surprised by this fuflu.
    There is such a philosophical law - the unity and struggle of opposites. Even if we proceed from it, no one is going to destroy Russia and was not going to.
    Further. History has no subjunctive mood. What would "be" if? It was as it was. And the point.
    Finally, there are many rogue countries in the world (Syria, Libya, Iran, Ukraine, Russia, Israel ...) - why is no one "finishing off" them? does not "destroy"?
    Probably, it’s time to calm down and remember the outgoing year, dream about the year in the future.
  6. gunnerminer Offline gunnerminer
    gunnerminer (gunner miner) 26 December 2021 20: 35
    -4
    Simply "bomb the stone age" with a state that, in terms of its military superiority over the West, has not only reached the level of the Soviet Union, but significantly exceeded it,

    What has exceeded it? In the Ground Forces? In the Aviation? In the Navy? In the Strategic Missile Forces? The mobsystem is a complete failure.
  7. Radziminsky Victor (Radziminsky Victor) 26 December 2021 21: 16
    +5
    Thank you, Alexander, for the lively, hot, very necessary article.
    But you did not dare to ask a question to the present Kremlin: - why is the disgusting "Yeltsin Center" so inflated and financially secured?
    And why, and why the trustee of the Yeltsin Center - is the Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu?
    This is not a war with the West. This is a war within, with its people.
    And do you really believe that apart from words, the Kremlin is ready for real action against the insolent West?
  8. zenion Offline zenion
    zenion (zinovy) 26 December 2021 21: 35
    +5
    Why only Gorbachev's? There were such rulers after him that they did much more - they destroyed the country. Those who destroyed the USSR remained at the helm of Russia and continue to destroy Russia. Specialists are great, they can break up into principalities. As in Vysotsky: "Everyone took his allotment, he started chickens and sat in it guarding his inheritance out of work. You calm down, calm down the melancholy in my chest, if this is a saying, a fairy tale ahead."
  9. Avarron Offline Avarron
    Avarron (Sergei) 26 December 2021 21: 52
    0
    How is it that Russia is left with no choice? There is an option to unwind this whole Euro-washer for firewood.
  10. shiva Offline shiva
    shiva (Ivan) 26 December 2021 22: 22
    +1
    I also think so - in vain they did not finish off in 1945. Well, the troops were tired, I understand, but the Japanese were tipped quickly and professionally. And that they stopped on the Neman, if then Churchill began to breed glilofanism - they rested for a year and went on. The mistress of the seas would have been the first to lose heart, France would have entered into an alliance with us, China, after the defeat of the Japanese - their blood enemies, would have also been with us. And no cold war, no NATO, God forgive me - all Eurasia would be red. And there, and Africa, together with France, would have pulled up.
    1. Xuli (o) Tebenado 28 December 2021 00: 37
      -2
      You have entered a psycho-physical impasse called insanity. laughing
  11. S WITH Offline S WITH
    S WITH (N S) 27 December 2021 00: 33
    +1
    Nothing new was announced, but they have been working there for hundreds of years on the collapse of Russia - naive tsars put their Euro hoes and Napoleon and Hitler set them on, and Trotsky was introduced ... but there were always people who stopped threats even in the most difficult cases, when the Poles and Napoleon were sitting in Moscow when RI collapsed and Kerensky's demons of Zion were in power .. but people (Pozharsky, Lenin, Stalin, etc.) stood in their way from whom they had to flee. but the threat always hangs, it's like the herpes virus, as long as the immunity is strong, it is not dangerous, the fifth column in the USSR was driven into the cracks, many were shot, but many, like bacteria, adapted to "antibiotics" and began to infiltrate the government, this ended with the collapse of the USSR. Putin apparently decided that let them float like a ram on the surface so that everyone can see them (under the control of special services), plus let them play the role of moral monsters for society, like "people see all these Makarevichs, Akhidzhakov Sobchaks and other Svanidze with a shaggy Venediktov and spit into the screens ", so he takes away from himself (his homies billionaires) part of the people's anger and
    coaches people (like dogs) to the West)) like you people do not relax, otherwise the "Makarevichs" will sell you to the West for organs, and it's true ... they will sell ... but the people have doubts about his homies bureaucrats and billionaires, and why they can't sell us? Moreover, Putin allowed bureaucrats to have real estate over the hill, to have offshore companies and put money there, and much more. Putin does not explain this, he just gets baptized on Easter and that's it, like believe me as God, but what should atheists do? correctly, they believe the Communist Party ..
  12. ivan2022 Offline ivan2022
    ivan2022 (ivan2022) 27 December 2021 07: 09
    0
    This is not "the West regrets" - this is evidence that the "first of two troubles" exists in the West, and not only in Russia, where there are two troubles. The only difference is that in the West she will never be allowed to steer.
  13. Yuri Y. Offline Yuri Y.
    Yuri Y. (Yuri Vladimirovich Yandulov) 27 December 2021 07: 18
    0
    As I understood from Russia, they wanted to make the current Ukraine. Control and feed a little to contain China. That is why they didn’t ruin it. As I remember now, the liberal media scared China, how they infiltrate us in the Far East in small groups of 2-3 million. And Primorye or Krasnoyarsk Territory will not pull a counterweight. And so, and even with nuclear weapons completely. You can even organize a war.
  14. meandr51 Offline meandr51
    meandr51 (Andrei) 27 December 2021 12: 32
    +1
    Russia and China have the opportunity to accept the game and destroy the United States by the same methods. This will cost much less than an arms race and hot wars.
    1. Xuli (o) Tebenado 28 December 2021 00: 41
      -1
      You will delight.
      China and the United States have a trade turnover of billions of dollars, and why would the Chinese there ruin the States. fool
  15. Alexey Davydov (Alexey) 28 December 2021 11: 28
    0
    I think that the world the West is heading towards, after its planned victory over us and China, will be a continuation of the model that Hitler was building.
    The main problem of the masters of the world will be getting rid of the surplus population on Earth. Viruses and wars do not allow this to be done selectively and comfortably. Concentration camps in Germany, and so on, will seem like children's games in the sandbox, compared to the new world. Digital control and disposal of excess population. Human organs and everything else will go into circulation.
    Western morality will obligingly bend, as it has done more than once. Probably many people watched the film "Dogville" by Lars von Trier. This is not a caricature, this is a self-portrait of the West.
    Russia will be the first to have its population destroyed. Those who surrender and hand over their weapons into the hands of the West will then bitterly regret it.
    The present, comfortable and kind world now rests only on Russia and China. Moreover, life pushes Russia forward in this pair. Like a sword.
    As in World War II, saving ourselves, we will have to save the world from fascism. God leaves us no other choice again.
    If we are firm, everything may still be all right
  16. Alexey Davydov (Alexey) 28 December 2021 14: 42
    -1
    Add:
    Those who made their children and loved ones hostages in the West should have long thought about their return to their homeland. If it's not too late.
    The real protection for them, as well as for all of us, are our state borders, and the way of the present world, which the West is going to change.
    In the new world, organized according to the model of the West, people from other countries will fall under the population decline, first of all, and among them, first of all, people from Russia.
  17. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 28 December 2021 21: 20
    0
    Yes. Swearing the West is on duty and not remembering in any case the real culprits - Humpbacked, drunk, red-haired, Sobchaks, Gaidars and other friends and associates of the Family.
    In honor of whom there are now posts, titles, money, banks, cooperatives, foundations, museums, cups, steles and monuments ..
  18. Alexey Davydov (Alexey) 1 January 2022 01: 26
    0
    For completeness and objectivity of the picture, I will add:
    Given the likelihood of betrayal of the degenerated top of the CPSU, even during the time of Gorbachev, perhaps Yeltsin was already put in forced circumstances, when the country had no other way but to submit to the States and be reborn after