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The survey in Tajikistan. The most prominent person named Stalin

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Media group Asia-Plus decided to conduct a survey among citizens of the Republic of Tajikistan about who they consider to be the most prominent person of all times and peoples. The survey was conducted after a similar survey organized by the Levada Center in the Russian Federation.

A sociological study in Tajikistan was conducted among residents of the capital, Dushanbe. And in the survey participated Dushanbe of all ages. Recall that the most prominent figure of all time in the survey "Levada Center" was named Joseph Stalin.

It is noteworthy that in Tajikistan it is precisely this historical the personality gained, so to speak, the largest number of respondents' votes. About 50% of respondents named Stalin. In total, more than 100 residents of the capital of Tajikistan took part in the survey.

The survey in Tajikistan. The most prominent person named Stalin


30 from Dushanbe gave a vote for Russian President Vladimir Putin. 20 - for the poet Rudaki, about 10 people - for the President of Tajikistan Rahmon.

The survey suggested a multiple response.

Among the other answers were: Churchill, Einstein, Lenin, Roosevelt and Justin Bieber ...



The authors of the survey do not claim to be fully representative, simply offering to get acquainted with the fact.

On the eve, the results of the VTsIOM poll in the Russian Federation were presented, which showed that almost a quarter of Russian graduates are not familiar with the concept of "Stalinist repression." This fact undoubtedly alarmed the liberal strata of the population. The result of the same survey showed that about 90% of respondents (among all ages) know about repression in Russia.
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  1. Logall
    Logall 6 July 2017 10: 32
    +56
    Stalin - the prophet ...
    1. St Petrov
      St Petrov 6 July 2017 10: 34
      +30
      great person. The salt of the Russian land is Dzhugashvili. It happens.


      1. Olgovich
        Olgovich 6 July 2017 10: 37
        +3
        Judging by the girl’s answer, the question was different: "What are the most KNOWN people in the world", and not outstanding.

        And the answers then look very different ....
        1. Mavrikiy
          Mavrikiy 6 July 2017 10: 51
          +22
          What do we need Tajik girls. In Russia, all decent people consider Stalin - a great personality and a great citizen.
          PS. Take the small scope and go ... there is also a lot of interesting things.
          1. hrych
            hrych 6 July 2017 12: 00
            +10
            Quote: Mavrikiy
            In Russia, all decent people consider Stalin a Great Person

            The analysis of his personality is hindered by democratic abomination, starting with the hereditary Trotskyist Gorbi, before that there was Khrushchevism, Khrushchev was also a Trotskyist. And after him the party members tried not to touch on this topic, though the Great Victory was nowhere to be found, and he flickered in the chronicles, although they tried to minimize it. However, it is to Stalin that we owe life to this day. When they became the owners of nuclear weapons we were doomed, Kurchatov and intelligence quickly made our nuclear weapons, and during the critical period of our vulnerability, Stalin unleashed the Korean War, which gave us time. And when we made Sloyka surpassed them in nuclear technology in 1953 and made ICBMs by 1957, the sketch of which was also completed by 1953, a guaranteed answer was possible and the Doomsday War did not happen to this day ...
      2. The black
        The black 6 July 2017 10: 48
        +11
        I am ambiguous towards Stalin, but I must admit: Yes, there was a CULT, but there was also a person ... by the way, in our city his bust in the square is still standing ...
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      3. vovanpain
        vovanpain 6 July 2017 10: 52
        +23
        This fact unnecessarily guarded the liberal sections of the population.

        The liberal strata like to remember the Stalinist repressions, but they completely forget liberal freedoms under which millions of people died in Russia. And even half of the 100 people in Tajikistan are still remembered. He took the country with a plow, and left behind a tunic, a pair of boots and the country is a superpower, the winner of Hitler with an atomic bomb. yes I am sure if the Tajiks would be asked about Gorbachev or Yeltsin, the Tajiks would intertwine. hi
        1. pjastolov
          pjastolov 6 July 2017 11: 22
          +20
          Liberal layers

      4. urman
        urman 6 July 2017 11: 47
        +9
        Quote: s-t Petrov
        Salt of the Russian land

        As the ITT said, I am Russian of Georgian origin!
        And his first toast after the Victory for the Great Russian People!
        Not in the least I'm trying to reduce, The huge contribution of other peoples of the USSR IN VICTORY !!!
        1. avt
          avt 6 July 2017 14: 04
          +2
          Quote: urman
          As the ITT said, I am Russian of Georgian origin!

          ,, I am a chelovek of Russian culture. "
          Quote: MVG
          There is a fairly reasonable version that I.V. Stalin was the illegitimate son of Prizhevalsky,

          Well, actually it was Przhevalsky who financed his education. He paid his mother’s pension.
          Quote: MVG
          . According to this version, Stalin graduated from the same school of military intelligence,

          Uhhhh! Genatsvali! Bari Vichy-FSB Academy bully He received a completely completed humanitarian higher education in the church line, and they studied there, and indeed now, seriously enough and can not be compared with the current, colleges, academies. He practically didn’t pass the diploma and didn’t go to work for distribution. He worked for meteorological stations after seminary before joining the revolutionaries, and not to theorists, but to quite practical fighters.
      5. Mwg
        Mwg 6 July 2017 12: 33
        +3
        There is a fairly reasonable version that I.V. Stalin was the illegitimate son of Prizhevalsky, who, in turn, was the stepbrother of Nicholas 2. According to this version, Stalin graduated from the same military intelligence school as all the men from the royal family and received an education corresponding to his status. This version explains the recognition of Stalin at the international level by ALL leaders of all states.
    2. Vladimir 38
      Vladimir 38 6 July 2017 11: 42
      +5
      Very revealing! It is interesting, but if we conduct such a survey, only honest .. I think Stalin will also receive an overwhelming number of votes or the figures will be the same with the Tajiks. That's how these all the kings were sick of it ..
  2. Spartanez300
    Spartanez300 6 July 2017 10: 33
    +15
    Again Koba in the first place as an outstanding figure.
  3. Smoked
    Smoked 6 July 2017 10: 34
    +4
    At first I was taken aback, I thought, well, what are they teaching in schools, and then I saw: "In total, more than 100 residents of the capital of Tajikistan took part in the survey," and everything became clear.
  4. Vladimirets
    Vladimirets 6 July 2017 10: 35
    +11
    "In total, more than 100 residents of the capital of Tajikistan took part in the survey."

    Serious selection. laughing

    "The name of Stalin was called about 50%"
    "30 Dushanbe people voted for Russian President Vladimir Putin. 20 for the poet Rudaki, about 10 people for the president of Tajikistan, Rakhmon."
    "Among the other answers sounded: Churchill, Einstein, Lenin, Roosevelt and Justin Bieber"


    Out of 100 people ... what Is it Tajik mathematics?
    1. Volodin
      Volodin 6 July 2017 10: 38
      +15
      Quote: Vladimirets
      Is it Tajik mathematics?

      No, it is your unwillingness to carefully read the text and watch the video.

      From the text: "The survey suggested a multiple answer."
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  6. volodya
    volodya 6 July 2017 10: 37
    +5
    And not only in Tajikistan!
  7. Mar.Tirah
    Mar.Tirah 6 July 2017 10: 38
    +13
    This was to be expected. No one wants to go down in the Middle Ages to bourgeois feudalism under the current political system, neither in Russia nor in Central Asia. I spoke with the Uzbeks. Everyone regrets that our country has collapsed. So, in Uzbekistan, the result will be the same .
    1. Vladimir 38
      Vladimir 38 6 July 2017 11: 45
      +6
      Give us the USSR and Stalin, can we launch a flash mob? Here are our liberals in the government puzzled)
      1. osoboye_mneniye
        osoboye_mneniye 6 July 2017 22: 35
        0
        Why do you need Stalin? Under Stalin, you need to work a lot, and not sit in front of the monitor on the forums forums ..
        Give everything to the king, who will teach them how to live. Like small children.
        Although the Tajiks are not loafers ..
    2. Talgat
      Talgat 7 July 2017 13: 55
      +1
      Quote: Mar. Tira
      Everyone regrets that ruined our country


      The same feeling. With whom I communicate - more and more people understand that the USSR was the best that we had
      and that Stalin was unfairly blamed
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  9. sergej30003
    sergej30003 6 July 2017 10: 46
    +15
    in order to evaluate the leader of the country, a rather simple way, the territories that he accepted and which he left behind, population growth, and the state’s place in world history, all these indicators are in favor of Generalissimo I.V. Stalin!
    1. forty-eighth
      forty-eighth 6 July 2017 10: 56
      +1
      Guided by your method, we can say that Stalin was inferior to Ivan the Terrible. Compared to Alexander the Great, Julius Caesar or Trajan, Stalin looks just like a baby. And compared to the European colonialists, Stalin is dust at all.
      Probably all the same, it is not Stalin, but the method of evaluation. Bad way, right?
      1. CooL_SnipeR
        CooL_SnipeR 8 July 2017 16: 14
        0
        Don’t you consider yourself dust? And what did you personally do ... Macedonian had you at 0
  10. Vita vko
    Vita vko 6 July 2017 10: 50
    +3
    It is no secret that most national cultures, including terry nationalism, began to revive thanks to the ideas of Lenin and Stalin. If the Russian Empire believed that it was necessary to create a single subculture on the basis of a single multinational state, then the ideologists of the USSR primarily relied on national cadres. That is why the majority of Bandera, as carriers of Ukrainian nationalism, were pardoned despite the crimes during the Great Patriotic War.
    Together, the presence of disputed territories between the republics of the USSR, nationalist ideas and deep economic integration formed a “bomb” which was supposed to detonate in the event of an attempt to gain independence. This was the official policy of the country, which was not even hidden. I am sure that there were probably people with higher education who were aware of the consequences of the collapse of the Warsaw Pact countries and the collapse of the USSR surrounded by Yeltsin and Gorbachev. But despite the results of the 1991 referendum, they deliberately did so as to inflict maximum damage on Russia and the former Soviet republics.
    1. protoss
      protoss 6 July 2017 12: 43
      +3
      in the Russian Empire, no one even thought
      create a single subculture on the basis of a single multinational state
      .
      half a century before the collapse of the empire, peasants were freed from slavery, and what kind of culture was there for the conquered natives who finally did not interest anyone. and what kind of culture if you read and write throughout the country 10 percent skillfully, and the literacy rate in the metropolis was not much higher than in the colonies.
  11. Spartanez300
    Spartanez300 6 July 2017 10: 54
    +8
    Do not forget Stalin in Tajikistan.
    1. Uncle lee
      Uncle lee 6 July 2017 11: 45
      +7
      This is not mine, but the exact one: "Stalin is walking the planet!"
  12. Altona
    Altona 6 July 2017 10: 56
    +17
    The day before, the results of a VTsIOM poll in the Russian Federation were presented, which showed that almost a quarter of Russian graduates are not familiar with the concept of "Stalinist repression."
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    What to consider repressions? The purges of the sabotage party farm nomenclature and the military conspirators of the cities of Moscow and Leningrad? So they were punctual and justified, we won the war, and the winner is not judged! Consider purges as household libel and slander in order to advance in service or occupy tidy living space? So here the local party bonzes are more to blame, who were letting down “orders for the enemies of the people”, the same “Stalin's exposer” Khrushchev. And by the way, why did the “liberal and renewed Democrat” Khrushchev shoot a peaceful rally in Novocherkassk against raising prices “at the request of the working people”? Also, after all, questions for white and fluffy. Gorbachev shot, or rather, organized nationalism on the outskirts, Yeltsin generally let rivers of blood flow.
  13. NUR
    NUR 6 July 2017 11: 16
    0
    Over the past century, probably it is, do not compare with those printed on the printer.
  14. Altona
    Altona 6 July 2017 11: 24
    +16

    Here you have a mortgage from Comrade Stalin, compare with the current one.
    1. Evgenijus
      Evgenijus 6 July 2017 12: 17
      0
      He thought, he thought, he understood nothing. For 10 years, you can pay off the amount of 10 000 rubles. total 10 percent. And when the payment is due, 90% should be given away. Where is the money to take? It was necessary to revive the NEP, to give the atomic (hydrogen) bomb to private owners to create ...
    2. Volodin
      Volodin 6 July 2017 12: 18
      0
      1% per year is certainly great in all respects, but only the average salary of a technical engineer for the second half of 40's is 700-850 rubles / month (depending on the region and type of activity). So, to pay 10 thousand for a house for 12 years even at 1% per annum - obviously not every family of an engineer could afford to buy a property. Therefore, de facto and with the real property of housing among engineers and workers was not so smooth. Although at that time the concept of "property" was perceived, it must be, differently, if at all, as it was perceived ...
      1. Michael-rl
        Michael-rl 6 July 2017 15: 42
        +6
        1% per year is an overpayment for 10 years 1000 rubles.
        Total it turns out you need to pay 11000 rubles for 120 months, it turns out 92 rubles per month.
        Indeed, with a salary of 700-850 rubles - the amount is terrifying =)

        If you count for our time, then this is how to take a kopeck piece in Moscow in a mortgage with a salary of 600000 rubles
        1. Volodin
          Volodin 6 July 2017 17: 53
          0
          The point is that in 40-50-ies that neither an engineer or a worker, then with a separate three-room apartment ... What is where it is not merged ...
  15. Altona
    Altona 6 July 2017 11: 28
    +3
    Quote: Vita VKO
    It is no secret that most national cultures, including terry nationalism, began to revive thanks to the ideas of Lenin and Stalin. If the Russian Empire believed that it was necessary to create a single subculture on the basis of a single multinational state, then the ideologists of the USSR primarily relied on national cadres. That is why the majority of Bandera, as carriers of Ukrainian nationalism, were pardoned despite the crimes during the Great Patriotic War.

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    A strange thesis in general. It was not Stalin who invented Ukraine, it was not Stalin who pardoned Bandera, but in general there were probably people who did not find enough evidence of their guilt. At the same time, German prisoners of war were released to Germany, by 1955, they apparently committed fewer crimes.
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  18. protoss
    protoss 6 July 2017 12: 32
    +2
    in Tajikistan it’s not a lot with local prominent personalities; these are the neighbors of Genghisides with Timurids, and khans with Shanuy.
  19. Engineer
    Engineer 6 July 2017 12: 34
    +9
    A lot of fuss again divorced around the figure of Stalin: either a survey, then a tablet, then Borschevsky offended. I didn’t live then, but my grandfathers lived, and not once, never did I hear a bad word about Stalin. And grandfather, going into the bayonet at the Fritz shouted "For Stalin, for the Motherland!" and everyone screamed. And he didn’t stay in Germany, but returned home to the tyrant, where no stake or yard remained after the war. And he built a house, and started a family, and raised three children, and learned for free, and saw how prices were dropping. And I learned about the Gulag and the black craters much later, and even from films.
    1. protoss
      protoss 6 July 2017 12: 55
      +3
      and both of my grandfathers were missing, one at 41, the other at 42. and no state took care of their children, just went to school for free. the grandmother on the collective farm worked for workdays, the salaries of the slaves were not supposed to get cash (clothes and shoes in the garden cannot be grown) sold eggs, so two daughters could eat an egg except for Easter. and from poverty and hunger, my parents could escape only when they left for the city.
      yes, about the gulag and the black craters, they also did not hear anything.
      1. Pancir026
        Pancir026 6 July 2017 12: 59
        +3
        Quote: protoss
        and I have both grandfathers missing, one at 41, the other at 42. and no state took care of their children,

        Re-black myths .. not tired?
        Or are you really sure that no one has great-grandfathers and great-grandfathers who died. And their sons. Daughters have become very decent people in their lives? Thanks to the Soviet government.
        1. protoss
          protoss 6 July 2017 13: 05
          +2
          what are the black myths? not the slightest merit of the state in the fact that my parents survived and became normal people, no. their childhood passed in poverty and hunger, it is a fact. therefore, I personally have not the slightest regret about the collapse of the USSR and your Soviet power.
      2. Engineer
        Engineer 6 July 2017 13: 34
        +4
        And my grandfather didn’t have the whole family at once, and he didn’t know at the front what the Germans had done. But Stalin is a bastard, right? And having returned home from the front - he was sent to the construction site - for the boots, the city was restored from ruins. And after they sent him to the collective farm - to starve, but to dream about eggs. He married a widow with a baby in her arms. He built a house, and traveled to the neighboring region for the forest. Where he got so many eggs for all this came from - I don’t know, don’t even ask. So the donkey was there, the passport was taken away. And how did yours leave for the city if slaves were not put on passports on the collective farm? Oh, have you and Easter celebrated ?! Strange, it is known that the bloody ghouls of the Bolsheviks of all churches were allowed under warehouses, and they shot the priests.
        1. protoss
          protoss 6 July 2017 14: 23
          0
          passports were not laid - that's for sure. father was drafted into the army, on the Kola Peninsula. here after the army and stayed at a construction site to work. the mother managed the documents by some miracle - on the collective farm the responsible person was not a freak and felt sorry for the girl. and there is a construction school and distribution in Murmansk.
          The grandmother, being a widow, could not build herself; first they lived in a bath with relatives, then again some relatives allocated a hut.
          and Easter in the villages of the Smolensk region was celebrated despite the Soviet regime.
        2. karabas-barabas
          karabas-barabas 7 July 2017 18: 53
          0
          Quote: Engineer
          Oh, have you and Easter celebrated ?! Strange, it is known that the bloody ghouls of the Bolsheviks of all churches were allowed under warehouses, and they shot the priests.


          What does the priests and churches have to do with it? Do you think people would not be able to celebrate Easter without priests and churches?
    2. LPD17
      LPD17 6 July 2017 18: 21
      0
      It's a pity PLUS one can be delivered!)
  20. pussamussa
    pussamussa 6 July 2017 12: 41
    +4
    Well done Tajiks. The right choice has been made.
  21. Galleon
    Galleon 6 July 2017 12: 48
    +7
    Respect to Tajiks!
    What teachers do we remember for life? Those who fought three skins with us, from whom we moaned and to whom they wished unkind. Those, over time, are perceived by us with great respect and gratitude for the acquired knowledge and for the fact that they taught us to do something in excess of our frail strengths and brain attempts. And the people of I.V. Stalin accomplished the impossible in history. For this he now has such a memory. You read the memoirs of those who worked with him (the same Marshal Golovanov) - work at the limit of strength and competence - because it contains the whole meaning of a person at the post. The apostle Paul wrote to the first Christians: the leader does not carry a sword in vain (Romans chapter 13.3)
    For this now, and such a memory, great. Good or evil - but great.
  22. Altona
    Altona 6 July 2017 14: 04
    +2
    Quote: Volodin
    1% per year is certainly great in all respects, but only the average salary of a technical engineer for the second half of the 40s is 700-850 rubles / month (depending on the region and type of activity). So to pay for 10 years 12 thousand for a house, even at 1% per annum - clearly not every engineer’s family could afford to purchase a property in the property.

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    There were many options in the Soviet housing system. The main, of course, is “social hiring,” but housing was also owned, the so-called “private sector” and houses “on their own”. There was also a cooperative housing acquisition system. At the end of the USSR, even MZHK appeared when a young specialist himself built his future housing together with professional builders. Here we are talking about the year 1946, after the war, when it was possible to count the peasants on the fingers, maybe this measure was partly populist. In villages, for example, houses were built together using the Nimes method (Chuvash word), today we are building your house, tomorrow is mine. Today this is rarely seen, all on a commercial basis, hiring a team of masons and roofers.
  23. Evgeny Strygin
    Evgeny Strygin 6 July 2017 19: 57
    +5
    Stalin is a product of his era.
    Moreover, the proposed path is not biologically or socially evolutionary.
    Sorry, of course, but there hasn’t been a bigger practice in terms of “a man is not a piece of meat” in the history of mankind.
    "Like - do not like." Yes, spit.
    If you want to live in fabulous ideas about a world with sausage values, you will never understand what it was about. At the same time, burying all of humanity with him.
  24. pussamussa
    pussamussa 7 July 2017 15: 08
    0
    Stalin is an assault name,
    Calling short ahead
    Stalin is the rhythms of the Dnieper
    Stalin is a Chkalovsky flight!

    Stalin - at the pace of the first five-year plans,
    In the slogans: "Catch up and overtake!"
    Stalin - the chief Leader of the country of Soviets,
    God's scourge and God's grace.

    Stalin is a fiery star
    Over the gray walls of the Kremlin
    Stalin - in the noise of collective farm tractors,
    With it blooms the Soviet land!

    Stalin is our root.
    This is a Russian radio chant.
    This is respect for the heroes
    But to the enemies - contempt and anger!

    These are tankodromes and moorings,
    Thousands of tunnels and bridges
    Volga-Don and White Sea Canals,
    And the birth of new cities!

    The tribe of the rebellious is Stalin!
    With Him forever Brest and Leningrad
    With his strength that is harder than steel
    Valor that knows no barriers!


    Forefront companies with him forever,
    Where a soldier is a soldier friend and brother.
    He led them through firestorms,
    With them came the roar of cannonade.

    Zoya stood up for him to die,
    Kosheva was equal to Him,
    Soviet heroes together with him
    They conquered the homeland!

    Stalin is a symbolic name
    In a menacing hour, rallying the people,
    This is the will of Mother Russia,
    Smashed a foreign rabble!

    Stalin is the take-off of a native power
    From plow to nuclear heights!
    Stalin is the path of great glory!
    Stalin-a belief in his people!

    Stalin is the music of Victory
    These are the peace plans of the bulk,
    This is the awakening of the planet.
    And her high fishing!

    Stalin - the banner of future battles,
    The symbol of the most correct country,
    Radiant and severe genius! ..
    Patriots are loyal to Stalin!

    Stalin is our Soviet Genius!
    Patriots are loyal to Stalin!






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    1. pussamussa
      pussamussa 7 July 2017 15: 11
      0
      This is the song of Alexander Kharchikov