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Цитата: What Ever Happened to the Russian Revolution? | History | Smithsonian
Цитата:
https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/w...180964768/

"But if Russia no longer exports international Socialism, it has not stopped involving itself in other countries’ internal affairs. Which is not to suggest that other countries, including us, don’t sometimes do the same. But by turning the state’s secret and coercive forces actively outward, the Bolsheviks invented something new under the sun for Russia. It has found exporting mischief to be a great relief—and, evidently, a point of strategy, and of pride. On the street in Yekaterinburg, an older woman, recognizing Thomas and me as Americans, cackled with great glee. “Americans!” she called out. “Trump won! We chose him!” In June, James Comey, the former director of the FBI, testifying before Congress, said, “We’re talking about a foreign government that, using technical intrusion, lots of other methods, tried to shape the way we think, we vote, we act. That is a big deal.” The habit of Russian intrusion that Comey is talking about began at the revolution."
"Individuals change history. There would be no St. Petersburg without Peter the Great and no United States of America without George Washington. There would have been no Soviet Union without Lenin. Today he might feel discouraged to see the failure of his Marxist utopia—a failure so thorough that no country is likely to try it again soon. But his political methods may be his real legacy."
"Unlike Marxism-Leninism, Lenin’s tactics enjoy excellent health today. In a capitalist Russia, Putin favors his friends, holds power closely and doesn’t compromise with rivals. In America, too, we’ve reached a point in our politics where the strictest partisanship rules. Steve Bannon, the head of the right-wing media organization Breitbart News, who went on to be an adviser to the president, told a reporter in 2013, “I’m a Leninist...I want to bring everything crashing down, and destroy today’s establishment.” Of course he didn’t mean he admired Lenin’s ideology—far from it—but Lenin’s methods have a powerfully modern appeal. Lenin showed the world how well not compromising can work. A response to that revolutionary innovation of his has yet to be figured
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#2
(03-10-2017, 00:08 )hrushka писав(ла):
Цитата: What Ever Happened to the Russian Revolution? | History | Smithsonian
Цитата:
https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/w...180964768/

"But if Russia no longer exports international Socialism, it has not stopped involving itself in other countries’ internal affairs. Which is not to suggest that other countries, including us, don’t sometimes do the same. But by turning the state’s secret and coercive forces actively outward, the Bolsheviks invented something new under the sun for Russia. It has found exporting mischief to be a great relief—and, evidently, a point of strategy, and of pride. On the street in Yekaterinburg, an older woman, recognizing Thomas and me as Americans, cackled with great glee. “Americans!” she called out. “Trump won! We chose him!” In June, James Comey, the former director of the FBI, testifying before Congress, said, “We’re talking about a foreign government that, using technical intrusion, lots of other methods, tried to shape the way we think, we vote, we act. That is a big deal.” The habit of Russian intrusion that Comey is talking about began at the revolution."
"Individuals change history. There would be no St. Petersburg without Peter the Great and no United States of America without George Washington. There would have been no Soviet Union without Lenin. Today he might feel discouraged to see the failure of his Marxist utopia—a failure so thorough that no country is likely to try it again soon. But his political methods may be his real legacy."
"Unlike Marxism-Leninism, Lenin’s tactics enjoy excellent health today. In a capitalist Russia, Putin favors his friends, holds power closely and doesn’t compromise with rivals. In America, too, we’ve reached a point in our politics where the strictest partisanship rules. Steve Bannon, the head of the right-wing media organization Breitbart News, who went on to be an adviser to the president, told a reporter in 2013, “I’m a Leninist...I want to bring everything crashing down, and destroy today’s establishment.” Of course he didn’t mean he admired Lenin’s ideology—far from it—but Lenin’s methods have a powerfully modern appeal. Lenin showed the world how well not compromising can work. A response to that revolutionary innovation of his has yet to be figured

США Трмпа та Росія Путіна є двома сучасними прикладами політичної деградації усієї нації!
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#3
(03-10-2017, 15:27 )I Василь Васьківський писав(ла):
(03-10-2017, 00:08 )hrushka писав(ла):
Цитата: What Ever Happened to the Russian Revolution? | History | Smithsonian
Цитата:
https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/w...180964768/

"But if Russia no longer exports international Socialism, it has not stopped involving itself in other countries’ internal affairs. Which is not to suggest that other countries, including us, don’t sometimes do the same. But by turning the state’s secret and coercive forces actively outward, the Bolsheviks invented something new under the sun for Russia. It has found exporting mischief to be a great relief—and, evidently, a point of strategy, and of pride. On the street in Yekaterinburg, an older woman, recognizing Thomas and me as Americans, cackled with great glee. “Americans!” she called out. “Trump won! We chose him!” In June, James Comey, the former director of the FBI, testifying before Congress, said, “We’re talking about a foreign government that, using technical intrusion, lots of other methods, tried to shape the way we think, we vote, we act. That is a big deal.” The habit of Russian intrusion that Comey is talking about began at the revolution."
"Individuals change history. There would be no St. Petersburg without Peter the Great and no United States of America without George Washington. There would have been no Soviet Union without Lenin. Today he might feel discouraged to see the failure of his Marxist utopia—a failure so thorough that no country is likely to try it again soon. But his political methods may be his real legacy."
"Unlike Marxism-Leninism, Lenin’s tactics enjoy excellent health today. In a capitalist Russia, Putin favors his friends, holds power closely and doesn’t compromise with rivals. In America, too, we’ve reached a point in our politics where the strictest partisanship rules. Steve Bannon, the head of the right-wing media organization Breitbart News, who went on to be an adviser to the president, told a reporter in 2013, “I’m a Leninist...I want to bring everything crashing down, and destroy today’s establishment.” Of course he didn’t mean he admired Lenin’s ideology—far from it—but Lenin’s methods have a powerfully modern appeal. Lenin showed the world how well not compromising can work. A response to that revolutionary innovation of his has yet to be figured

США Трмпа та Росія Путіна є двома сучасними прикладами політичної деградації усієї нації!

Дійсно так на що багато зауважили.  Надія тільки одна, що як гойданка положення постійно міняються від одної до другоі крайності.
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#4
(05-10-2017, 03:18 )hrushka писав(ла):
(03-10-2017, 15:27 )I Василь Васьківський писав(ла):
(03-10-2017, 00:08 )hrushka писав(ла):
Цитата: What Ever Happened to the Russian Revolution? | History | Smithsonian
Цитата:
https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/w...180964768/

"But if Russia no longer exports international Socialism, it has not stopped involving itself in other countries’ internal affairs. Which is not to suggest that other countries, including us, don’t sometimes do the same. But by turning the state’s secret and coercive forces actively outward, the Bolsheviks invented something new under the sun for Russia. It has found exporting mischief to be a great relief—and, evidently, a point of strategy, and of pride. On the street in Yekaterinburg, an older woman, recognizing Thomas and me as Americans, cackled with great glee. “Americans!” she called out. “Trump won! We chose him!” In June, James Comey, the former director of the FBI, testifying before Congress, said, “We’re talking about a foreign government that, using technical intrusion, lots of other methods, tried to shape the way we think, we vote, we act. That is a big deal.” The habit of Russian intrusion that Comey is talking about began at the revolution."
"Individuals change history. There would be no St. Petersburg without Peter the Great and no United States of America without George Washington. There would have been no Soviet Union without Lenin. Today he might feel discouraged to see the failure of his Marxist utopia—a failure so thorough that no country is likely to try it again soon. But his political methods may be his real legacy."
"Unlike Marxism-Leninism, Lenin’s tactics enjoy excellent health today. In a capitalist Russia, Putin favors his friends, holds power closely and doesn’t compromise with rivals. In America, too, we’ve reached a point in our politics where the strictest partisanship rules. Steve Bannon, the head of the right-wing media organization Breitbart News, who went on to be an adviser to the president, told a reporter in 2013, “I’m a Leninist...I want to bring everything crashing down, and destroy today’s establishment.” Of course he didn’t mean he admired Lenin’s ideology—far from it—but Lenin’s methods have a powerfully modern appeal. Lenin showed the world how well not compromising can work. A response to that revolutionary innovation of his has yet to be figured

США Трмпа та Росія Путіна є двома сучасними прикладами політичної деградації усієї нації!

Дійсно так на що багато зауважили.  Надія тільки одна, що як гойданка положення постійно міняються від одної до другоі крайності.

А друга крайність, це що?
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#5
(05-10-2017, 12:13 ),,kВасиль Васьківський писав(ла):
(05-10-2017, 03:18 )hrushka писав(ла):
(03-10-2017, 15:27 )I Василь Васьківський писав(ла):
(03-10-2017, 00:08 )hrushka писав(ла):
Цитата: What Ever Happened to the Russian Revolution? | History | Smithsonian
Цитата:
https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/w...180964768/

"But if Russia no longer exports international Socialism, it has not stopped involving itself in other countries’ internal affairs. Which is not to suggest that other countries, including us, don’t sometimes do the same. But by turning the state’s secret and coercive forces actively outward, the Bolsheviks invented something new under the sun for Russia. It has found exporting mischief to be a great relief—and, evidently, a point of strategy, and of pride. On the street in Yekaterinburg, an older woman, recognizing Thomas and me as Americans, cackled with great glee. “Americans!” she called out. “Trump won! We chose him!” In June, James Comey, the former director of the FBI, testifying before Congress, said, “We’re talking about a foreign government that, using technical intrusion, lots of other methods, tried to shape the way we think, we vote, we act. That is a big deal.” The habit of Russian intrusion that Comey is talking about began at the revolution."
"Individuals change history. There would be no St. Petersburg without Peter the Great and no United States of America without George Washington. There would have been no Soviet Union without Lenin. Today he might feel discouraged to see the failure of his Marxist utopia—a failure so thorough that no country is likely to try it again soon. But his political methods may be his real legacy."
"Unlike Marxism-Leninism, Lenin’s tactics enjoy excellent health today. In a capitalist Russia, Putin favors his friends, holds power closely and doesn’t compromise with rivals. In America, too, we’ve reached a point in our politics where the strictest partisanship rules. Steve Bannon, the head of the right-wing media organization Breitbart News, who went on to be an adviser to the president, told a reporter in 2013, “I’m a Leninist...I want to bring everything crashing down, and destroy today’s establishment.” Of course he didn’t mean he admired Lenin’s ideology—far from it—but Lenin’s methods have a powerfully modern appeal. Lenin showed the world how well not compromising can work. A response to that revolutionary innovation of his has yet to be figured

США Трмпа та Росія Путіна є двома сучасними прикладами політичної деградації усієї нації!

Дійсно так на що багато зауважили.  Надія тільки одна, що як гойданка положення постійно міняються від одної до другоі крайності.

А друга крайність, це що?

Питання особливо викликаюче.  Друга крайність може умірковані державні закони з повною підтримкою населення що може й не осягнеться як гойданка начне набирати розгін в другу сторону.  Може щось в роді життя у Швайцвріі.  Може відповідь є заглянувшись на держави менулих тисячоліть.  Чомусь особливо добрим життям населенню ніколи не приходилось удушвлятись, зате гойданка таки гойдається, може більше між поганою крайністю та уміркованими обставинами....
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#6
(03-10-2017, 00:08 )З hrushka писав(ла):
Цитата: What Ever Happened to the Russian Revolution? | History | Smithsonian
Цитата:
https://www.smithsonianmag.com/history/w...180964768/

"But if Russia no longer exports international Socialism, it has not stopped involving itself in other countries’ internal affairs. Which is not to suggest that other countries, including us, don’t sometimes do the same. But by turning the state’s secret and coercive forces actively outward, the Bolsheviks invented something new under the sun for Russia. It has found exporting mischief to be a great relief—and, evidently, a point of strategy, and of pride. On the street in Yekaterinburg, an older woman, recognizing Thomas and me as Americans, cackled with great glee. “Americans!” she called out. “Trump won! We chose him!” In June, James Comey, the former director of the FBI, testifying before Congress, said, “We’re talking about a foreign government that, using technical intrusion, lots of other methods, tried to shape the way we think, we vote, we act. That is a big deal.” The habit of Russian intrusion that Comey is talking about began at the revolution."
"Individuals change history. There would be no St. Petersburg without Peter the Great and no United States of America without George Washington. There would have been no Soviet Union without Lenin. Today he might feel discouraged to see the failure of his Marxist utopia—a failure so thorough that no country is likely to try it again soon. But his political methods may be his real legacy."
"Unlike Marxism-Leninism, Lenin’s tactics enjoy excellent health today. In a capitalist Russia, Putin favors his friends, holds power closely and doesn’t compromise with rivals. In America, too, we’ve reached a point in our politics where the strictest partisanship rules. Steve Bannon, the head of the right-wing media organization Breitbart News, who went on to be an adviser to the president, told a reporter in 2013, “I’m a Leninist...I want to bring everything crashing down, and destroy today’s establishment.” Of course he didn’t mean he admired Lenin’s ideology—far from it—but Lenin’s methods have a powerfully modern appeal. Lenin showed the world how well not compromising can work. A response to that revolutionary innovation of his has yet to be figured

Бенин наміряє ЗНЕБУДОВУВАТИ державні установи.  Однак можна зауважити ще інші події, які мають вплив на поведення населення.  Як якась росіянка заявила: "Ми вибрали Трампа в президенти."  (Що Кримль не признає).  Значиться, ФСБ на стільки удосконалив перекиданням людським умом, що довели до бажаного висліду в американських виборах.  Такий вплив ФСБ начинає мати зворотний вплив американського думання, бо тепер населення начинає протиставитись Росії та радо бажає домогти Україні протиставитись Путіну.  Такі події можуть навідь з часом спрямувати населення Росії проти Путіна. 

Все це опирається на потузі вплинути на міжнародні стосунки.  Росія намагається такого впливу військовою силою, котра не підтримана державною промисловістю.  Захід натомість набирає самотужки все сильніший вплив сильно розвиненою промисловістю, котру забезпечує військова могутність.
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(05-10-2017, 15:53 )hrushka писав(ла):
(05-10-2017, 12:13 ),,kВасиль Васьківський писав(ла):
(05-10-2017, 03:18 )hrushka писав(ла):
(03-10-2017, 15:27 )I Василь Васьківський писав(ла):
(03-10-2017, 00:08 )hrushka писав(ла): "But if Russia no longer exports international Socialism, it has not stopped involving itself in other countries’ internal affairs. Which is not to suggest that other countries, including us, don’t sometimes do the same. But by turning the state’s secret and coercive forces actively outward, the Bolsheviks invented something new under the sun for Russia. It has found exporting mischief to be a great relief—and, evidently, a point of strategy, and of pride. On the street in Yekaterinburg, an older woman, recognizing Thomas and me as Americans, cackled with great glee. “Americans!” she called out. “Trump won! We chose him!” In June, James Comey, the former director of the FBI, testifying before Congress, said, “We’re talking about a foreign government that, using technical intrusion, lots of other methods, tried to shape the way we think, we vote, we act. That is a big deal.” The habit of Russian intrusion that Comey is talking about began at the revolution."
"Individuals change history. There would be no St. Petersburg without Peter the Great and no United States of America without George Washington. There would have been no Soviet Union without Lenin. Today he might feel discouraged to see the failure of his Marxist utopia—a failure so thorough that no country is likely to try it again soon. But his political methods may be his real legacy."
"Unlike Marxism-Leninism, Lenin’s tactics enjoy excellent health today. In a capitalist Russia, Putin favors his friends, holds power closely and doesn’t compromise with rivals. In America, too, we’ve reached a point in our politics where the strictest partisanship rules. Steve Bannon, the head of the right-wing media organization Breitbart News, who went on to be an adviser to the president, told a reporter in 2013, “I’m a Leninist...I want to bring everything crashing down, and destroy today’s establishment.” Of course he didn’t mean he admired Lenin’s ideology—far from it—but Lenin’s methods have a powerfully modern appeal. Lenin showed the world how well not compromising can work. A response to that revolutionary innovation of his has yet to be figured

США Трмпа та Росія Путіна є двома сучасними прикладами політичної деградації усієї нації!

Дійсно так на що багато зауважили.  Надія тільки одна, що як гойданка положення постійно міняються від одної до другоі крайності.

А друга крайність, це що?

Питання особливо викликаюче.  Друга крайність може умірковані державні закони з повною підтримкою населення що може й не осягнеться як гойданка начне набирати розгін в другу сторону.  Може щось в роді життя у Швайцвріі.  Може відповідь є заглянувшись на держави менулих тисячоліть.  Чомусь особливо добрим життям населенню ніколи не приходилось удушвлятись, зате гойданка таки гойдається, може більше між поганою крайністю та уміркованими обставинами....

Можливо, але світ увійшов у турбулентність, тому буде сильно гойдати всіх, навть і Швейцарію...
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