Satanovsky told who deserves to be shot in Russia

At a recent program, “Evening with Vladimir Solovyov,” Russian oriental scholar Yevgeny Yanovich Satanovsky, known for his rich knowledge of the Middle East and Israel, as well as the ability to verbally smash any of his opponents to smithereens, entered into a rather heated discussion with the director of the Institute strategic assessments by Sergey Oznobishchev. It's about the outside policy 90s, a period when, among other things, our country lost a significant part of its sovereignty. One of the brightest aspects of this loss was the voluntary disarmament of Russia, begun with the light hand of the then leadership.


According to Oznobishchev, the disarmament initiative helped save Russia from a direct military threat, which even without a detailed analysis is completely absurd. The perverted logic of this statement is obvious - having lost the ability to defend yourself against external threats by force of arms, you really will protect yourself from military operations, because the enemy, if desired, will just go into your territory, and then whatever happens.

It should be noted that Sergei Oznobishchev, who is now the director of the next self-named “Institute”, which cannot be counted now, was an expert in the USSR delegation at negotiations on conventional armed forces in Europe in 89-90, the result of which was the CFE Treaty (Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe). The contract was suspended on July 13, 2007 by President Vladimir Putin. This was motivated by a number of reasons, among which the expansion of NATO, due to the entry into its ranks of new states, such as Bulgaria, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and the Czech Republic, and, consequently, the violation of "group" arms restrictions for NATO.

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