"Fifth column". Will Russia be able to cope with its main misfortune?


Recent events in and around Kazakhstan have given rise to a real storm of discussions around the prospects for the formation of Russia's influence in the so-called "post-Soviet space" and possible ways of transforming and developing this very space - both positive and not very good. At the same time, for some reason, one rather important and, at the same time, very unpleasant moment was overlooked: how the Russian-led CSTO peacekeeping operation in the former “fraternal republic” was reacted not even by the mediocre “world community”, but by our dear liberal- democratic party. The one that sane people with good reason call only the "fifth column" of the West.


It is clear that against the backdrop of fairly successful foreign policy actions of our country, there is no desire to talk about nasty and shameful things. And you can, of course, simply give up on the next performance of the “best representatives of the creative class”, stamped by someone with the very well-aimed word “demshiza”, spit and, as they say, grind. It's just not worth it to do so. And not even because this public once again, in front of everyone, allowed itself to defiantly blaspheme the country, which many of its representatives turn their tongues to call the Motherland. Ignoring such actors, and even indulging their ridiculous, at first glance, but in fact, extremely dangerous activities have more than once cost Russia too much. It is these mistakes that we must comprehend - so as not to repeat in the future.

Russian? No, liberal intellectual...


Pathological hatred for the native state, its power (whatever it may be - monarchical, Soviet or elected in the most democratic way), the army, law enforcement agencies and special services has always been and is now the cornerstone of the life position of that group of our compatriots, swollen with self-conceit, that declared themselves "the brain and conscience of the nation". In other words - "intelligentsia". This ugly, contrived term (as well as against its bearers) was opposed by many of the best minds in Russia - philosophers, writers, scientists, not to mention statesmen. This, however, did not in the least prevent the self-proclaimed "rulers of thoughts" from judging everyone around and for everything, passing verdicts of "cosmic proportions and cosmic stupidity" that are not subject to appeal. It could not be otherwise, because most often this audience climbed into those matters in which they did not understand (and a priori could not understand) at all.

No, to sheer horror, when your "priceless" opinion about policy actors of various levels and pop singers are eager to express the state and the ways of its arrangement by mouth, it did not come right away. However, even during it, the things that the domestic “liberal intelligentsia” chipped away went far beyond common sense and the most ordinary sanity. The famous story with a congratulatory telegram, which they intended to send to the Emperor of Japan during the most difficult war between Russia and this country (after the defeat of our fleet in the Battle of Tsushima), St. Petersburg studiouses and, so to speak, "joined them" figures with the same brain dislocation, often try as a historical tale. And then - and the provocation of the "sinister tsarist secret police." Let me doubt - firstly, references to this shame are found in a fairly large number of sources (in particular, in Vladimir Purishkevich, who is not at all prone to fantasies), and secondly, this corresponds to the “spirit and letter” of the worldview of our “bright-skinned” all 100%.

However, here is another example, which certainly cannot be attributed to fiction or “police provocations”. If only because it is a quote from the famous work of Alexander Herzen "The Past and Thoughts": news, and with tears of sincere joy in his eyes, he handed them a newspaper ... Engelson, as usual, jumped, kissed everyone in the house, sang, danced ... three Poles rode from London to Twickham, without waiting for the railway train, to congratulate me. .. I ordered champagne to be served - no one thought that it all happened at eleven o'clock in the morning or earlier ... On Sunday my house was full in the morning; French, Polish refugiers, Germans, Italians, even English acquaintances came and left with a beaming face ... "What is it with such unrestrained scope, with such fury that this "outstanding Russian revolutionary publicist" is celebrating, as most encyclopedias and biographical directories represent him ? And the death of Russian Emperor Nicholas I! God bless them, with political views (although such jubilation pretty much smacks of cannibalism in any case). But here's the catch - it's 1855 in the yard.

The Crimean War rumbles with might and main, the heroic Sevastopol is about to fall, defending which many thousands of really best Russian people laid down their lives, foreign invaders are attacking our Motherland from the White Sea to the Black Sea, from the Far East to the Caucasus. And at the head of this horde are just the very British with whom the "Russian" Herzen kisses. Okay, dancing, as they say, on the grave of "Engelson", which is, as you might guess, one of the "classics" and "founders" - this one has always been a beacon of Russophobia. But you, dear sir Alexander Ivanovich, seem to write in Russian according to the patchport. Although ... What kind of Russian is he - if he is a liberal intellectual?!

"Congress of Russia Haters"


The “Russian Congress of Intelligentsia”, which burst out with an angry statement about the entry of the CSTO peacekeeping contingent into Kazakhstan, is a direct and more than worthy successor of precisely these vile traditions. All the same transcendent pride, in which the signatories of this piece of paper consider themselves entitled to judge and broadcast "immutable truths." You see, they are “strongly against the suppression of protests in Kazakhstan” and consider the participation of Russia and its law enforcement agencies in the events there a “crime”. At the same time, gentlemen and ladies from the demshiza, of course, most sincerely wish the "Kazakh people" to "get rid of the corrupt dictatorship" and achieve "success in building democracy." Well, as in Ukraine, presumably. Shot and stabbed to death in the process of this very "deliverance" and "building" Kazakh soldiers, officers, police, of course, do not count. Yes, in fact, they are the way to go - in the opinion of our liberals. After all, they were miserable servants of the "corrupt dictatorship", and not people. There is nothing to say about burned buildings, shops and banks completely looted, houses and apartments of the most ordinary citizens demolished by marauders. These are “inevitable sacrifices on the shining altar of a great goal”! So, it seems, our Liberoids usually speak and write?

That's just very interesting, how would the same public howl, defeat the "peaceful protesters" of their favorite restaurant or boutique? Something tells me - they would squeal like cut ones. Everything in their false "conversion" is hypocrisy and lies - from the first to the last letter. “The citizens of Russia should not kill and die saving the corrupt regime” – this is after it has been said a hundred thousand times that peacekeepers will not be directly involved in suppressing the riots. “The participation of Russian soldiers in the suppression of protests in Kazakhstan will worsen the situation of the Russian-speaking citizens of this country”... Well, here it is, in general, a masterpiece!

The joke lies in the fact that the absolute majority of the signatories of the quoted "appeal" vehemently and consistently denies the idea of ​​protecting Russian (Russian-speaking) people outside our state. What "Russian world"?! From these words they are more purer than an unclean spirit from incense. Immediately start screaming about "imperial ambitions" and the like. And then suddenly the gentlemen of the liberals were concerned about the fate of the "Russian-speaking"? You can't imagine anything funnier. And, by the way, it’s not a sin to remind them of something else - something like those included in “economic bloc” of the domestic democratic party, figures admired the liberal market reforms in Kazakhstan. The very ones that became, albeit not the true cause, but gave rise to a protest "explosion". By the way, they were carried out by the same “corrupt dictatorship”, which they now stigmatize with “righteous” anger. Duplicity and impudent lies, designed to hide the main thing - burning "advocates of high ideals" insatiable thirst for power.

Here is another “unbending fighter against the regime” – Garry Kasparov, who is playing the fool from the “beautiful far away”. This one was also so excited by the introduction of the CSTO peacekeeping forces that he began to broadcast about the "actual occupation of Kazakhstan." At the same time, by the way, he did not fail to "dunk" Pashinyan properly, who, according to the "prominent oppositionist", committed a "shameful and especially cynical act" because he "came to power as a result of a peaceful revolution." “You are not my brother anymore, traitor to the ideals of the Maidan! - this is what Kasparov's angry, pompous and nauseatingly false "rebuke to a traitor and a Kremlin hireling" sounds like in the prime minister's chair. Well, the main thing in his “appeal to the liberal Russian public” is a reminder that every extra year a dictator stays in power leads to a significant increase in the number of victims when he is overthrown.” That's what he (and all the "public" to which he broadcasts) really want! "Overthrows"... Hell Almaty, but only opened up on the streets of Moscow and St. Petersburg. Blood, fire and death.

So the campaign launched in Russia to suppress the activities of especially active centers and "mouthpieces" of our beloved demos is not only justified, but is also an indispensable condition for the country's survival in the fiercest confrontation that is now imposed on it by the West. No other way. The public, capable of rejoicing at the military victories of our enemy and dancing with a glass of champagne in its paws at the news of the death of the head of state, has already ruined Great Russia twice. Under no circumstances should we give her another chance. As you can see, no Gulag and "repressions" are needed to fight this dirty trick in modern times. Only the efforts of the authorities were more than enough to make the activities of the “liberal public” become so “dangerous and difficult” for its personal well-being that the pieces of silver generously released by the curators ceased to cover the usual fear for their own satiety and the well-established aristocratic life. The “sad people” stretched out to distant overseas lands, like sad nosed cranes - one after another, they only manage to line up in a wedge. Look, even the "fiery" Shenderovich deigned to drive off, to be, as he put it, "outside the homeland, but without a muzzle." “Outside of the homeland” is an interesting definition, you know. Iconic.

Many sharashkin offices have been closed - the same Memorial recognized as a foreign agent (the terrible harm that its activities caused Russia, by the way, deserves a completely separate discussion), many others, which I don’t want to mention here out of disgust. Cleansing is going right, but, as practice shows, it seems to be slow. In the very near future, our country, most likely, will face trials much more serious than its participation in the Kazakh events. Do we need an active "fifth column" at this fateful time? The question is clearly rhetorical.
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  1. Valentine Offline Valentine
    Valentine (Valentin) 17 January 2022 08: 26
    +2
    These sleeping-hissing cells of the "Russian intelligentsia" will not bring the country to good - for the money of all sorts of foreign NGOs and Khodorkovsky-Kasyanovs, they will spoil Russia more and more disgustingly, and can switch to terror, seeing that their Yeltsin-Chubais brethren will soon be taken en masse to develop the mines of Kolyma and the tundra of Taimyr, because they can’t wait until their time comes to meet NATO troops with bread and salt.
    1. zenion Offline zenion
      zenion (zinovy) 17 January 2022 16: 59
      +1
      No one can spoil the country more than the one who has it under their feet.
  2. Mikhail L. Offline Mikhail L.
    Mikhail L. 17 January 2022 08: 31
    -1
    The author is persuasive.
    But according to his hint: is the "Russian" Herzen a traitor?
    Then, inappropriately, I remembered from U. Lenin:

    The Decembrists woke up Herzen. Herzen launched a revolutionary agitation. It was picked up, expanded, strengthened, tempered by the raznochintsy revolutionaries, starting with Chernyshevsky and ending with the heroes of Narodnaya Volya.

    So all of the above should be classified as "democratic traitors"?
    There is a rational grain in the position of the "fifth column".
    And "you can't put a scarf on every mouth."
    "To cope with the main misfortune of Russia" is possible not with derogatory characteristics and administrative pressure, but only with ideological disarmament!
    1. Dear sofa expert. 17 January 2022 09: 04
      +7
      Then, inappropriately, I remembered from U. Lenin:
      The Decembrists woke up Herzen. Herzen launched a revolutionary agitation. It was picked up, expanded, strengthened, tempered by the raznochintsy revolutionaries, starting with Chernyshevsky and ending with the heroes of Narodnaya Volya.

      Did you just “remember it inopportunely”?)

      Have you forgotten that later, Herzen renounced the revolution, and his liberalism was replaced by conservatism and great-power chauvinism?

      When Herzen himself lived in the West, his mind quickly fell into place, and he abandoned his hobbies for the West, when in real life it turned out to be in his eyes below the previously compiled ideal.

      Herzen's mind quickly comprehended the imperfections and shortcomings of those forms of Western life, to which he was initially drawn from the not-beautiful distant Russian reality of the 1840s.

      Wiki

      As they say, whoever was not a liberal at 20 has no heart, and whoever remains a liberal at 40 has no mind.

      No, Herzen is not a traitor. He just mellowed with age. Which would be nice to wish for others here as well.
      1. Mikhail L. Offline Mikhail L.
        Mikhail L. 17 January 2022 10: 46
        -3
        Personal attacks - with an explanation to the fool that he is not an argument.
        Especially if everything is reduced to the personality of Herzen!
        By the way. L. Tolstoy, who called Nicholas I Nikolai Palkin - also "demshiza"?
        The Russian Autocrats lost the Crimean War, the Russo-Japanese War, the First World War...
        After the collapse of the Union State, the current Tsar intends to restore the Russian Empire without, like his predecessors, an economic base.
        Therefore, this event, coupled with an unbearable confrontation with the West, is doomed to failure from the outset.
        And the presence of a dissenting intelligentsia in the country is a warning to that!
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        2. Dear sofa expert. 17 January 2022 11: 51
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          Personal attacks - with an explanation to the fool that he is not an argument.
          Especially if everything is reduced to the personality of Herzen!

          Self-critical!)

          By the way. L. Tolstoy, who called Nicholas I Nikolai Palkin - also "demshiza"?

          Second try?

          the current Tsar intends to restore the Russian Empire

          You have some kind of unhealthy imagination.)

          ..economic base.

          Ltd! Do you have "deep knowledge" of this subject as well?

          The Russian Autocrats lost the Crimean War, the Russo-Japanese War, the First World War...

          As well as "exhaustive knowledge" of history!

          Therefore, this event, coupled with an unbearable confrontation with the West, is doomed to failure from the outset.

          And the gift of a soothsayer!!

          Can I already start to admire your "talents"?)

          And the presence of a dissenting intelligentsia in the country is a warning to that!

          Excuse me, but do you also consider yourself an intelligentsia?
          Well this is so, by the way.

          But seriously, in your opinion - in a hypothetically successful country there should not be intelligentsia?
          And if it is, then everything should be exclusively consonant?
          Or is there a place for opposition there too?

          And if there is a place for opposition (see “dissenting intelligentsia”), is it possible, according to your “brilliant” conclusions, to even call any other country successful at all?

          Is your brain still boiling with my questions?)
          1. Mikhail L. Offline Mikhail L.
            Mikhail L. 17 January 2022 12: 10
            0
            Worthy people discuss publications, not the personalities of opponents.
            Nahamil - feel better? Relief! ;-(
            1. Dear sofa expert. 17 January 2022 12: 23
              +2
              Worthy people discuss publications, not the personalities of opponents.
              Nahamil - feel better? Relief! ;-(

              So I thought you'd be offended.)
              Yes, this is understandable: puffing out your cheeks is easier than adequately accepting criticism in your own address.

              This is the problem of the so-called "dissenting intelligentsia": to make populist cries, (often with other people's theses, purposefully limitedly taken out of context, something said by someone great) pointing out the mistakes of others, while not offering any adequate solution in return . Like - well, I told you, and then you yourself!)
              Give any historical facts, just as conveniently torn from history.

              I asked you just a couple of uncomfortable questions, and you, not knowing how to answer them, immediately accused me of rudeness.
              1. Mikhail L. Offline Mikhail L.
                Mikhail L. 17 January 2022 13: 51
                -5
                It seems that Russia's main trouble is such "patriots".
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                2. Adler77 Offline Adler77
                  Adler77 (Denis) 17 January 2022 23: 00
                  -3
                  To the point) half-drunk couch experts in leaky leggings lol
        3. zenion Offline zenion
          zenion (zinovy) 21 January 2022 18: 14
          -1
          To find out what tsarist Russia was like, you need to read Kozma Prutkov.
    2. Oleg Rambover Offline Oleg Rambover
      Oleg Rambover (Oleg Pitersky) 18 January 2022 15: 00
      -2
      Well, Lenin and Stalin are in the same category as members of the Central Committee of the RSDLP (Russian Social Democratic Labor Party), calling for the defeat of their country in the war. Plus, some of them are also seen in cooperation with the enemy.
  3. Xuli (o) Tebenado 17 January 2022 08: 44
    -6


    And a hundred years have not passed since then, but little has changed.
  4. DV tam 25 Offline DV tam 25
    DV tam 25 (DV tam 25) 17 January 2022 09: 07
    0
    Everything already happened. The article mentions this. One suitcase in hand and 48 hours to leave the country.
    By the mid-twenties of the 20th century, all this demshiza, basically, left the Soviet Union. So what? Yes, the fact that unprecedented construction in the world began and the backward and war-torn country began to change. And transformed. Survived the war And ... well, that's a completely different story. What about the intilihenty? Yes, everything is fine. They degenerated, became smaller, drank themselves and perished. Foreign countries helped them in this. Not all, of course, but very, very many have disappeared ... and to hell with them. It is possible that a similar period may have begun? All this scum decently took out money stolen from Russian people. They built houses for themselves there, over the hill. They settled the offspring ... Well, let them go there too. Strengthen their feasible "labor" "progressive west" in the name of world prosperity and goodness. What problems? What can perish there (over time) like their counterparts in the twenties? Well, they might not die, right? The main thing is that let them go.
  5. svetlanavradiy Offline svetlanavradiy
    svetlanavradiy (Svetlana Vradiy) 17 January 2022 09: 27
    -1
    Demshiza rants until protest robbers and looters stand outside their apartments. That's when they sing differently. And robbers and looters do not care what to destroy and rob.
  6. Sergey Latyshev Offline Sergey Latyshev
    Sergey Latyshev (Serge) 17 January 2022 10: 33
    0
    All this is repeated year after year.
    But all this is secondary.

    Everyone understands that the main power is not with the “memorial” or the “Russian Congress of Intelligentsia” (essentially unknown to anyone), but with real power.

    The one that supports the "Yeltsin centers", the untouchable "Chubais, Sobchachek, and Svanidze ....", itself remaining in the shadows "nothing to do", and sweeps unfulfilled "orders" and promises under the mat ... (cleaning them out of Internet and consciousness of the country)

    And small switchmen ... they can always be found, created or thrown out as waste material ....
  7. Jacques sekavar Offline Jacques sekavar
    Jacques sekavar (Jacques Sekavar) 17 January 2022 10: 34
    +1
    It is not the ideas, the views and theories of the “great and deserved” that are important, but the public consciousness, which is formed by the agitation industry, industrial relations, and the material conditions of life. Therefore, in any society there are carriers of a wide range of views on the same events, which are evaluated on the basis of the social system, class affiliation, position, education
  8. steelmaker Offline steelmaker
    steelmaker 17 January 2022 10: 35
    0
    Basically, it's written correctly.
    About life, I recently talked with one "comrade". The Bolsheviks are to blame, if in 1917 they would not have lived in "chocolate". The meaning of his words. More than 100 years have passed, and all the 17th year is to blame. They can’t offer anything, everyone is looking for the guilty.
    Of course, the past cannot be forgotten. We must remember, learn and draw conclusions. But we must live in the present and the future. What do we have in the present? The wild social inequality in Russia is not seen only by the blind, too stupid or too cunning. Well, what do the Zaputinites tell us from all the channels?
    Well, if you don't like it in Russia, get it down!
    Well, if you don't like medicine, die!
    Well, if you don't like Russian palm cheese - don't eat it!
    Well, if you don't like the salary, don't work!
    Well, if you don't like that officials steal - kill yourself on the asphalt!
    The fifth column rules us!! Is she going to manage on her own? And the saddest thing is that they won't be able to change anything democratically. Throwing, forgeries will be at all levels. And no courts will change anything. We won't have a revolutionary situation for a long time.
    What to do? For starters, to show the general contempt for Putin's power. To do this, do not go to any elections. When 80% do not come to the polls, then let them prove later that their people have elected!
    1. zenion Offline zenion
      zenion (zinovy) 17 January 2022 16: 55
      +3
      As Mark Twain wrote - if the elections meant something, the people would not be allowed to come close.
    2. Dart2027 Offline Dart2027
      Dart2027 17 January 2022 20: 07
      -2
      Quote: steel maker
      We won't have a revolutionary situation for a long time.

      To your regret.
  9. kriten Offline kriten
    kriten (Vladimir) 17 January 2022 13: 30
    +1
    The head of the fifth column in the Kremlin. As long as our power is determined by money and only patriotic speeches, the fifth column will expand.
  10. zenion Offline zenion
    zenion (zinovy) 17 January 2022 16: 53
    -1
    Power is established from God, and whatever it is, you need to bow to it and kiss the toes of your shoes.
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  12. Dart2027 Offline Dart2027
    Dart2027 17 January 2022 20: 14
    -2
    All right, but if we recall the discussion of recent events in Kazakhstan, then not only the liberals howled with anger. Their allies were ... Communists. On this very site, you can find comments that "The participation of Russian soldiers in the suppression of protests in Kazakhstan will worsen the situation of the Russian-speaking citizens of this country" from people who are absolutely not liberal. As well as the reasoning that it is supposedly "the people have risen."

  13. Xuli (o) Tebenado 17 January 2022 20: 23
    -2
    The hasty withdrawal of the CSTO forces from Kazakhstan could have been carefully planned in order to bring the US military and CIA representatives to the territory of this country. As it became known to the editors of the news agency Avia.pro, an American special aircraft arrived in Alma-Ata with the American military and CIA representatives on it. At the same time, the arrival of foreign forces actually began after the Russian military transferred Alma-Ata International Airport under the control of the security forces of Kazakhstan

    https://avia.pro/news/s-uhodom-odkb-v-kazahstan-pribyli-amerikanskie-voennye-i-cru
    1. Dart2027 Offline Dart2027
      Dart2027 17 January 2022 21: 36
      -1
      Quote: Xuli (o) Tebenado
      At the moment, the purpose of the arrival of the American military and representatives of special services in Kazakhstan is not known for certain.

      Actually, it is not known who arrived or flew there, because the CIA is unlikely to report to the author.
      1. Xuli (o) Tebenado 17 January 2022 21: 52
        0
        Actually, it is not known who arrived or flew there, because the CIA is unlikely to report to the author.

        I explain popularly: the point is that The Russians left and the Americans came. Everything else is verbal fluff.
        1. Dart2027 Offline Dart2027
          Dart2027 17 January 2022 23: 27
          -1
          Quote: Xuli (o) Tebenado
          I explain popularly: the point is that

          it is not known who flew in and from where (if at all someone flew in, and did not fly away).
          Everything else is verbal fluff.
          1. Xuli (o) Tebenado 18 January 2022 03: 47
            +1
            it is not known who flew in and from where (if at all someone flew in, and did not fly away).

            Of course.
            If you still pay extra, then you (like two fingers on asphalt) will prove here that white is black, 2 x 2 = 5, and a dog is a barking cat.
            Your job is like this.
            1. Dart2027 Offline Dart2027
              Dart2027 18 January 2022 19: 20
              -2
              Quote: Xuli (o) Tebenado
              Of course.
              If you pay more, then

              That is, there are no objections?
              1. Xuli (o) Tebenado 18 January 2022 20: 44
                0
                “What many did not expect was that just at the moment when the Russian army was about to withdraw from Kazakhstan, a business jet of the American airline Phoenix Airlines flew directly from the Georgian Tbilisi International Airport to the largest city in Kazakhstan to organize the evacuation of personnel, but all relevant persons knew that this was just a US pretext. Since the plane belongs to the CIA, this time its real purpose is to transport CIA agents to Kazakhstan to carry out the relevant intelligence work. The United States may want to take advantage of the chaos in Kazakhstan to gain control of new regions bordering Russia,” reports NetEase.

                https://avia.pro/news/s-uhodom-odkb-v-kazahstan-pribyli-amerikanskie-voennye-i-cru
                1. Dart2027 Offline Dart2027
                  Dart2027 18 January 2022 21: 12
                  -2
                  Quote: Xuli (o) Tebenado
                  https://avia.pro/news/s-uhodom-odkb-v-kazahstan-pribyli-amerikanskie-voennye-i-cru

                  Quote: Dart2027
                  it is not known who flew in and from where (if at all someone flew in, and did not fly away).
                  Everything else is verbal fluff.
  14. baltika3 Offline baltika3
    baltika3 (baltika3) 18 January 2022 00: 25
    0
    The author is not looking for enemies there. Meanwhile, it is almost impossible to meet women at patriotic sofa forums, which cannot but disturb. You will not hear from them "we can repeat", or there about nuclear ashes, and they are practically not interested in materiel. They talk apolitically. If a relative is brought to them in parts in a closed box, they may begin to misunderstand the situation. Such wonderful fighting girlfriends as Skabeeva or Zakharova are a rare exception. But they, women - half of the population or more. Here's where to look.
  15. Nicolas Offline Nicolas
    Nicolas (Nicolas) 18 January 2022 11: 53
    0
    In the first years after the collapse of the USSR, the ideologist of the permanent revolution, Leiba Trotsky, was rehabilitated at the suggestion of the Memorial. It would seem, what is the connection between liberals and extremist revolutionaries? It's simple, they are all chicks from the same nest, hating Russia and Russians. And they were fed then and now they are fed by their foreign owners.
  16. Muscool Offline Muscool
    Muscool (Glory) 18 January 2022 12: 34
    +2
    Quote: Valentine
    after all, they can’t wait until their time comes to meet NATO troops.

    You're just Soloviev on the minimum wage))
    Tell me how can Russians with a salary of 23 thousand and a pension of 12, but with milk for 80 rubles even more spoil? Ask Obama to crush the roads and entrances even more?
  17. Muscool Offline Muscool
    Muscool (Glory) 18 January 2022 12: 42
    +1
    Quote: kriten
    The head of the fifth column in the Kremlin. As long as our power is determined by money and only patriotic speeches, the fifth column will expand.

    Economic growth ended as well as the growth of the welfare of the population. We began to hastily look for external enemies who want to capture us and the fifth column, because we need to somehow justify our need to govern the country. We cannot ensure development, which means we will protect from enemies, and whoever does not agree is a 5th column, a spy and a foreign agent. And the real patriots of Russia with dual citizenship and a bunch of real estate in enemy lairs will tell us from TV how to love their homeland.
  18. Oleg Rambover Offline Oleg Rambover
    Oleg Rambover (Oleg Pitersky) 18 January 2022 14: 56
    -2
    But I wonder why the author did not mention one of the leaders of the Russian Social Democratic Labor Party, who also stained himself by collaborating with the enemy. Is this also the notorious "demshiza"? A certain Vladimir wrote:

    An Austrian war with Russia would be a very useful thing for the revolution (in all of Eastern Europe), but it is unlikely that Franz Joseph and Nikolasha will give us this pleasure.

    The revolutionary class in a reactionary war cannot but desire the defeat of its government. This is an axiom. And it is challenged only by conscious supporters or helpless servants of the social-chauvinists.

    And revolutionary actions during the war against one's own government, undoubtedly, undeniably, mean not only the desire to defeat it, but in fact also the promotion of such a defeat.

    Hatred of the "enemy" is a feeling specially kindled by the bourgeoisie (not so much priests) and beneficial only to it economically and politically.

    A revolution in time of war is a civil war, and the transformation of a war of governments into a civil war is, on the one hand, facilitated by military failures (“defeat”) of governments, and on the other hand, it is impossible in practice to strive for such a transformation without thereby contributing to the defeat.

    The slogan of "peace" is wrong - the slogan should be the transformation of the national war into a civil war.
    Not sabotage of the war, ... but mass propaganda (not only among “civilians”), leading to the transformation of the war into a civil war.

    There is no evidence that his associates in the party, Joseph, did not share these views.
  19. Vladimir Daetoya (Vladimir Daetoya) 25 January 2022 03: 19
    0
    Nothing teaches Putin! Now another avalanche of the next export of currency by foreign exchange speculators from Russia has begun. These are overwhelmingly Anglo-Saxons, who were attracted by the liberals of the Mishustin cabinet to ruin the Russian economy. Who makes sislibs so influential that even Mishustin began to dance with them?
  20. Sapsan136 Offline Sapsan136
    Sapsan136 (Alexander) 26 January 2022 09: 13
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    Firstly, those who call themselves liberal intellectuals have nothing to do with the indigenous population of the Russian Federation, and if something does not suit them in the Russian Federation, no one keeps them here, they have their own states independent of the Russian Federation .. Secondly, they can hardly be attributed to the intelligentsia characters like Sobchak ... A drinking and walking woman has the same relation to the intelligentsia as a turtle to aviation