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Klon 24-bis2

Klone 24-bis2

Chapter 1. Obsession

  Early in the morning, on August 21, 1987, two men entered the office of the General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, Mikhail Sergeyevich Gorbachev, quietly opening the tall and seemingly heavy oak doors. The general secretary of the CPSU, was completely immersed in the study of some documents and gestured without looking at the early visitors (strange, why without a report…?!) he motioned them to the chairs next to his desk. But the customers, not responding to his gesture, remained standing silently at the front door.
It was going to be a tough day. The last days of August were almost all hard and stressful. And the hardest part of them was talking to people, responsible government officials. Even more difficult were the conversations with his close associates, the people on whom the most important thing in the country depended – the course of perestroika and the situation in the country, which continued to deteriorate, despite the fact that his government took more and more steps to reverse the negative trends in the footsteps of the huge country. Perhaps only the international situation of the USSR remained more or less positive. The leaders of the Western world began to trust him more and more, the president of the USSR, and supported his program of reforms: perestroika, glasnost and acceleration. Thank you, Shevardnadze, he turned out to be reliable and calm (surprisingly for a Georgian!) his assistant in these matters. The Central Committee of Ukraine reported on the growing acute and alarming nationalist tendencies among the population of the western regions of Ukraine and asked for advice.
– Can you temporarily curtail glasnost?! They considered her to be responsible for the arousal of the people’s mass (the hromada) and a sharp surge of nationalist and even separatist (independent) sentiments, both in the urban environment and in the rural environment. This was especially noticeable in the western regions of Ukraine, where nationalist, chauvinist and separatist sentiments have always existed. From time to time, they flared up, heated up in the people’s community, giving the central government of Soviet Ukraine a fair headache in trying, if not to overcome in the bud, then at least to extinguish, reduce the acute and disturbing trends of the nationalist, anti-Russian frenzy on the western outskirts of greater Ukraine.

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Rotozailand

 

Rotozailand

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 Great confusion reigned in the camp of Rotozailand. The most efficient part of their 7th army, their pride and hope-the personal guard of king John Patrick of Rotozea 4th suddenly struck by an unknown disease. The President of the army was beside himself. A strange disease in just three days mowed down almost the entire staff of the guard. The eve of the decisive battle with govnosaytov. It was on their flank, according to the calculations of Rand Corporation, that the success of the entire summer company was to be decided. It was to him that Jack-Franz-Iosifovich the younger, the king entrusted the 7th army, which led the battle on the decisive left flank. Moreover, the king gave in to his insistent requests and attached his legendary personal guard to the 7th army in order to decide the fate of the battle for sure. And so, upon arrival at the camp and quartered, the king’s personal Guardia managed to conduct only a night reconnaissance, and the next morning their main infirmary medical center did not have time to receive guardsmen with strange symptoms of some unknown disease that affected them. A day later, we had to deploy three more infirmary and medical centers, fearing that an unknown infection would spread to the entire army. This fortunately did not happen. But the entire guard, with few exceptions, moved from their barracks to the beds of the infirmary and medical centers. On the eve of a big battle, the President of the 7th army was waiting for some small or medium-sized trick to interfere with his battle plans, according to the code of “Parkinson’s Tricks, Jr.”  But such an unexpected and sophisticated… in the spirit of Eugen Cadrescu (the founder of the rotosei theater “Paradox in the Absurd” ed.) … he clearly did not expect!  While in the main army office, the President of the army instructed his Vice President for public relations to urgently call a meeting of all the chief managers of the army, air force, and Navy.

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Chapter 3. ” Dissident magazines in the USSR and Soviet schoolchildren”

Theodore Schwann, Marcello Malpighi, Rosalind Franklin, Nikolai Konstantinovich Koltsov, Albrecht Kossel, Sergey Gavrilovich Navashin

Retreat. Who in the USSR made Soviet schoolchildren and students people with a broad intellectual Outlook. “Dissident magazines»: “Technology-youth,” Knowledge is power”, “Science and life”

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Сhildren paje 1 (English

Introduction

  Happiness…?! It happens one… big and light?! Or it is a lot of the most different small-big, light-colored in the life of a person on this earth, the planet yesterday and today…now…?! Is there a lot of happiness in the world?! Yes-a lot! And the most different and for every taste, even for the same person at different times of the day and at different times of the year. This is how man’s happiness is arranged-because this is how his life, his nature, and human nature are arranged. For me and for You, reader, one of the varieties of happiness is to see the beautiful big shining and grateful eyes of a little person…! I am opening today April 15.04.2020 a new category “Children’s page”:in English, that is, in the English part of chok-chok.blog

Children’s page

  I will start with my favorite cartoon “Winnie the Pooh”. Many people who watched this cartoon at different times, and these are adult uncles and aunts and children of different ages will remember different replicas of its characters, many of which after the cartoon moved into our everyday life and became household names. Both adults and children trying to remind each other of their favorite characters funny Crookshanks walk, sing and talk funny. “Where Piglet and I are going is a big, big secret! And we will not tell about it-Oh, no, no, no!

“Do you have an umbrella, Piglet?”= Umbrella?

“You see, I was just thinking. Why don’t we bring an umbrella just in case? You can expect anything from these bees.

Winnie-the-Pooh flies on a balloon and asks Piglet:

“What’s great?” Who do I look like now?!

– A bear that flies in a balloon

“Does it look like a little cloud?”! “not really

I understand. It turns out that these are the wrong bees. Completely wrong . And they probably make the wrong kind of honey. …Piglet. But if I shoot and hit the balloon – it will go bad. Winnie-the-Pooh – and if you don’t shoot, I’ll be ruined!

I have a friend who I call Pasha-champion or Pasha-alternative history (to distinguish people named Pasha that I know) – when I told him that my favorite cartoon is Winnie the Pooh-he did not answer, but only with shining eyes for 2 seconds showed me a frame of Eeyore the donkey near the lake in his computer. I forgot these shots! And there is such a deep philosophical subtext! So, that advice those who watched “Russian Winnie-the-Pooh” I recommend to review it. Winnie-the-Pooh by the English writer Alan Alexander Milne written in 1926 is a truly original philosophical work. I can’t say for sure – but the image of Eeyore the donkey is probably copied from some familiar writer. Iya is a typical hypochondriac and pessimistic philosopher, who nevertheless expects that one day he will also have a happy reason for Optimism.

“Dear Eeyore! Let me give you baz-Woz-mez-bottom this… Cover your nose with two fingers and say this phrase. Found out?! And who is the first or in the comments or to the address al@chok-chok.blog will tell the editor who this hero is and finish the sentence with two words will receive a memorable gift from the editor.

And in conclusion, I will remind you that the Russian or Soviet cartoon was made by Great figures of this genre with the help of actors (perhaps one of my favorite actors in the world (!) of cinema, Eugene Leonov and Iya Savinova. Respectively, Winnie the Pooh and Piglet. From the author Vladimir osenev. The screenplay is written by Boris Zahoder and Fyodor Khitruk.Director Fyodor Khitruk, composer Mikhail Weinberg!!! (both). The artist of the Donkey Eeyore duplicated – well, of course-this voice is not to be confused with anyone Erast Pavlovich Garin-people’s artist of the USSR. Look at the joy of yourself and your children. Your al. Proc March 1, 2020 3: 22

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