miketheterrible wrote:kvs wrote:miketheterrible wrote:Got another retard on the forums with zero knowledge but talks as if they know
People in the west have been weened from birth on an endless stream of BS about how poor Russians are both financially
and intellectually. When Russians hear westerners describe life in Russia, they cannot help but cringe at the inanity.
The western propaganda is so cheesy, it covers the consumer with cheese drippings.
Back in the bad old days of the USSR my family was well off enough. We could buy a new car with the best
new car smell ever. (Yes, really, since it was not as carcinogenic as the "better" crap made in the west). We
got plenty of vacation time to spend in the great outdoors. We were not rich by western standards, but we
were vastly better off than western poor. And nobody in my family was a member of the Communist Party.
The real poverty appeared under the comprador regime of "palpable humanitarian" Yeltsin. That is why Russians
can see western BS for what it is. Navalny's western handlers think that him drivelling on and on about how
the Yeltsin era was the golden era is a great propaganda ploy, but to Russians it is intellectually insulting
The west utterly failed to win hearts and minds in Russia. It tried to turn Russia into a 3rd world colony and
Russians won't forget.
Russians who are old enough to know yeltsins years know it's an insult. But younger generation who didn't live through that don't know and don't understand.
It should be taught in schools in Russian social studies class that the Yeltsin years was one of the worst for Russians in its history.
The younger generation of liberast 5th column idiots may swallow the NATzO koolaid, but normal Russians have no
reason to. That is why Navalny's young hamster follower numbers are so pathetically small. And actually, even
those that showed up to his "demonstrations" were paid. When some of them did not get their money, they complained.
The pro-NATzO "opposition" in Russia, no matter the age, is a rent-a-crowd joke. There is more discontent with
the system in the USA than in Russia.