25 years ago a gang of the Communist Party apparatchiks, enemies of people and traitors working for the foreign governments, got together, signed anti Constitutional Belavezha Accords and broke apart Russia, country that our people built and defended for centuries. They forced tens of millions people into territories illegally carved from Russia and separated by artificial borders, languages, and made up laws. These territories were immediately occupied by NATO armies, that has installed local neo-Nazi rulers.
Immediately after, the US and European countries initiated local armed conflicts, invasions of Islamic terrorists, and genocide of Russians on the territories of newly formed “republics.” The decade long looting commenced. The wealth that was transferred to the Western countries from the territory of the former Soviet Union is estimated to be from $100 trilling to $300 trillion.
The violation of the Soviet Union sovereignty and its borders was in direct violation of the Yalta agreement.
There are no doubts that this criminal act must be reversed, and that countries-authors of this biggest in history of mankind geo-political tragedy have to be hold accountable and made to pay reparation for damages and losses. What’s important, it’s not just a wish, but a very distinct possibility. And the first step is for Russian people everywhere to realize their power in reunification of Russia, and all its parts.
City of Snezhnoe, Donetsk Region, song On The Nameless Height
A very emotional video. It’s impossible not to cry watching it. Even a military policeman cried. The footage of Saur-Mogila (Russian: Саур-Могила), monument in Donets before and after Ukrainian armed forces destroyed it. Also, this video uses the footage of the Ukrainian army shelling the Saur–Mogila memorial complex with a Grad multiple-rocket launcher.
December 7th, Zaporozhye International airport
Song of pilots, Because we are pilots (Famous Soviet WWII song) or “Aircraft before girls.”
Kishinev, Moldova Song “I’m in Love With You, Life.”
I’m in love with you, life,
Though the notion is not new
I’m in love with you, life,
I keep falling for you over and over
Even after the sunset
As I walk back from work very tired.
And see the lights in the apartment blocks
I know that I love you, life
And I want you to become better and better
On December 6th, 2016 Tiraspol Moldova “Ah, Roads…dust, fog, chills and alarms. Only dust over our boots and sound of bullets. We can’t know our fate… maybe we will left to lay in these cold foreign lands. We mustn’t forget those roads.” (Russian: “Эх, дороги…”) the famous Russian Soviet song written in 1945.
After the performance, people are clapping and chanting “Russia, Russia, Russia…”
Village SRETENSKOE Perm Region, Russia
Song “My little village” People gathered in support of the Russian patriotic songs flash mobs in Ukraine and everywhere. It’s – 24C outside.
Katyusha in Rome, Italy
December 9th in Kazakhstan and even Nursultan Nazarbayev !!!
Song Spring on Zarechnaya street
Russian patriotic songs flashmobs is a truly amazing and awe inspiring phenomenon that is still gathering momentum.
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There is one question that nobody has given an answer to so far, and it’s equally applicable to Serbia as it is to Russia: who drew the internal borders in both countries?
For the ex-YU all we know is that on 11/29/1943 the communist party under the British agent, Tito, in a small Serbian town of Jajce, today’s Frankenstein state of Bosnia, agreed upon the future communist country’s internal borders even though the war was still going on.
Also, three new artificial “peoples” were invented: Macedonians, Montenegrins, and in 70s – solely based on their religious identity – Muslims (today’s Bosniaks – yet another identity change during a parliament session in 1993).
Needless to say, the “new peoples” / territories were carved out of the Serbian ethnic corpus / land following the communist credo: week Serbia, strong Yugoslavia!
To add insult to injury, what was left of the Serbia proper was further split by adding to it “autonomous regions” of Voivodina in the North (with a large Hungarian minority) and Kosovo and Metohia in the South (with a large Albanian minority).
All these artificial borders were later to be used in the zionazi aggression to permanently keep the Serbian populous divided. Add to that the forceful expulsion of about 800 thousand Serbs from Croatia, permanent misplacement of over 700 thousand Serbs within Bosnia, also expulsion of over 300 thousand Serbs (and other minorities) from zionazi occupied Kosovo, and there is the outcome of the agenda of the unknown authors from 70 (or more) years ago.
“The decade long looting commenced. The wealth that was transferred to the Western countries from the territory of the former Soviet Union is estimated to be from $100 trilling to $300 trillion.”
This was allowed thanks to the efforts of the Atlanticists still operating in Russia. How does Russia plan on getting that wealth returned? Some of the wealth was also offshored by the oligarchs. The Anglo-American elites have the rest. Just like the Russian empire gold that was transferred to the French and British central banks “for safe keeping” just prior to the overthrow of the Czar, that wealth might be gone forever. Does anyone realistically think that Ukraine will ever have its central bank gold returned?
Yes, the common people long for the Soviet era of economic stability and never having to worry about the future for their kids.
The forced disintegration of the USSR had and has till today tremendous repercussions, not just for Russia itself but the whole Eastern Block. The losses, be it economical, social, cultural have been enormous, entire sectors of their economy being totally destroyed, what remained being sold out to western companies. The treason was “achieved” at such a grand scale, never thought before of after that time. Who will ask for their accountability ? What needs to happen in order to give them the deserved “retribution” ? We might say, history…
Like president Putin has said repeatedly. The Soviet Union is dead and is never coming back. As attractive a prospect of restoring control over the CIS is, I dont think it will happen. Not in any foreseeable future anyway. Too many people in those countries will see it as conquest. I live in Moscow, but have some friends in Belarus and Ukraine. Most of them would not like to become part of Russia.
Whether we like it or not, those countries are not going to join Russia willingly, at least for now. Taking them by force would be a colossal mistake, so the only course of action is to take the slow path.
The sad thing is, a lot of people in the republics actually believe that we(the russians) are to blame for all their sorrows. And some of them will continue to believe that to their death.
P.S. Calling the dissolution of the Union criminal or not is pointless. What happened, happened and we can’t reverse it, and we have to live with it.
On this planet there is fantasy and there is reality. Reality is that Russia conquered those territories with blood and steel in the past, fantasy is the opinion of the people in those territories that their feelings on the matter count. Ukraine distanced itself from the evil mother Russia and got taken over by the West, now the groundswell of feeling in Ukraine is swinging towards Russia again because live was better with Russia. In the East, the former Soviet Republics have distanced themselves from the evil mother Russia. Good for them, if China takes them over, as is possible, then they will be begging for mother Russia’s benevolent embrace again.
So instead of allowing the newly created territories to exercise their fantasy feelings, opinions and emotions, only for them to learn how things actually work in reality, just circumvent their harsh growing lessons by taking them over and dictating to them how things are going to happen.
Of course this cannot happen right now as it will be seen as “Russian Aggression”, but soon the US will collapse and then Russia can do as it wants on its own territories. The referendum after the collapse of the Soviet Union clearly resonated with the peoples wish to remain together, however the people didn’t get their wish and the “unlawful dissolution of the Soviet Union people” occurred, with the breaking up of the Soviet Union into independent entities. So the wishes of the people are irrelevant, lets see if Brexit actually happens, or if Trump actually becomes President.
And just let the Baltic states wither away into dust, reality is that they cannot exist without Russian trade, so allow them their fantasy of feelings, opinions and emotions until they go extinct. It can become a nice wilderness area for deer, wild boar and wolves, as is happening with Poland and East Germany at present. Independence has a price.
Scott, thanks for the links. I am unable to post the links to a site in Europe. They are deleted. Never give up. Keep posting.
Dear Scott, Dear Saker and to all those people who are good and creative with the English Language, could somebody answer to this guy?
Rules don’t apply to Russia.
But Russia applies rules to other people.
That, put crudely, is the Kremlin’s outlook on life, exemplified by the latest bombshell from the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA).
In a sense, it’s no surprise.
Russia has, since 1991, been at the center of an investigation into fraud involving IMF money, defaulted on its debt, flouted international human rights law in its wars in Chechnya, launched a cyberattack on Estonia, provoked a war in Georgia, annexed Crimea, and brazenly lied over the shooting down of a Malaysian airliner over Ukraine in 2014.
WADA’s report adds weight to its exposé this summer of Russian doping, which resulted in Olympic bans on scores of Russian athletes. The new material, announced Friday, highlights the sheer scale of the operation, claiming that it was authorized and implemented at the highest level.
But it leaves unanswered the biggest and thorniest question: Why does Russia so flagrantly flout international laws, rules and conventions?
Making generalizations about national character is risky (and these days smacks of political incorrectness). But serious scholars of Russian affairs have long wrestled with this problem. One of the most notable was a State Department official called Raymond F. Smith, whose Cold War classic “Negotiating with the Soviets” is still much pored-over by business executives wanting insights into their Russian counterparts’ mindset.
As far as I know, the substance that they are accusing Russians was ALLOWED to be used by ANY athletes.
They’ve changed the list of allowed substances to do it specifically to RIO olimpics .
They are using the same story again because the writers are getting out of ideas.
The biggest dope scandal was in the late 90ies . They’ve found in USA something they are accusing Russians do now.
Maybe a payback…