The New York Times: «Russian woke up in the Soviet Union. What's happening?!"

The New York Times: «Russian woke up in the Soviet Union. What's happening?!

"Unbelievable, but what is happening in Russia defies scientific explanation: Russian woke up in the Soviet Union, and more specifically in 1985." - transmits the American edition of The New York Times.

"As reported by our correspondents in the morning November 12, 2015 Russia has woken up to the sound of the Hymn of the Soviet Union. Then it began even unimaginable.

The first morning transfer on television began with a speech rejuvenated General Secretary of the CPSU Mikhail Gorbachev, who spoke about the urgency of restructuring.

On the streets of Russian cities all men smiled at each other and said: "We know the future of this spotted should be planted." "We need urgently to find Putin's captain" (already a major-approx.), "Even someone like liberals?".

Russian woke up in 1985, but with the knowledge of 2015 and it was some fantasy. They are everywhere in stores prices at that time! Already by noon the secretary general of the Central Committee of the CPSU, Gorbachev was arrested for the planned treason. He was arrested the first secretary of the Moscow City Committee (IGC) of the CPSU Boris Yeltsin, newly appointed to this position and sent for compulsory treatment in the LTP. Go arrests of party leaders, calling for resetting relations with the United States, among the lower-ranking officials and even among students. In Moscow arrested a 9-year-old pioneer Navalny, Moscow State Planning Engineer 28-year-old Kasyanov. Pretender to the title of world chess champion Garry Kasparov, Anatoly Karpov defeated chess board on his head with the words "For the Motherland". Group "The Time Machine" pelted with rotten eggs, and on its leader's head smashed guitar. 1985 as part of USSR national football team of the year said that he would do everything possible to at the 2018 World Cup, the country was not ashamed of it. "We will play for the prestige of a great country, not for money," - said the captain Rinat Dasaev.

All political and public figures of that time became alive and rejuvenated. In Russia it is practically impossible to meet the elderly, a lot of strong veterans of the Great Patriotic War, who still work in the factories. In the eyes of the people's happiness. What is happening in Russia ?! What's happening?!!!"

Petr Deryabin