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In the West began the persecution of the British sculptor for the work on the monument to Islam Karimov

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In Britain, a frank persecution of the sculptor began, who was invited as the creator of sculpture by the first president of Uzbekistan, Islam Karimov. This monument is planned to be installed in Moscow. This is a sculptor named Paul Day. He is known in the United Kingdom for the creation of a memorial to British soldiers and civilians who served in Iraq and Afghanistan. This monument was previously praised by Queen Elizabeth.


In the West began the persecution of the British sculptor for the work on the monument to Islam Karimov


Now Day is accused of having agreed to work on the creation of a sculpture of an “Uzbek dictator” after working on a patriotic monument. The work on the sculpture is funded by members of the family of Islam Karimov.

Edition Guardian quotes a statement from Human Rights Watch representative Hugh Williamson:
For more than 25 years, Karimov has stood for truly horrendous human rights violations as president of Uzbekistan. And to erect a monument in his honor is to completely ignore these terrible facts, it means rewriting storiesthat should cause serious concern to all involved.


Day himself said that he had already begun work on the sculpture, but refused to disclose all the details to the British press. Including the sculptor did not report on the size of the fee.

It is known that the public will see the final appearance of the sculpture in the summer of 2018 of the year - the year of the 80 anniversary of the birth of Karimov.

Paul Day:
I am not ready to discuss ethical issues on the creation of sculpture. I myself have been to Uzbekistan twice. And for my part I will do everything possible both for the government of this country and for the people.
Photos used:
http://www.pauldaysculpture.com/
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  1. 210ox
    210ox 20 December 2017 17: 30 New
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    And why is it in Moscow? Ah! Exactly! This is not a Russian city anymore .. Isn’t it time for these diasporas to get somewhere far away! Reservations beyond the Arctic Circle can be provided.
    1. Antokha
      Antokha 20 December 2017 17: 34 New
      +3
      Indeed!
      1. maxim947
        maxim947 20 December 2017 21: 29 New
        +6
        Why is this in Moscow?

        Because in Tashkent it will be desecrated and broken, and in Moscow, as if, nobody cares ... In general, there’s some kind of trouble with the monuments, you just need to ban the monuments to political leaders, or only a hundred years after death, and if they will deal with the history and merits of the activist, much less foreign ones.
    2. 79807420129
      79807420129 20 December 2017 17: 39 New
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      This monument is planned to be installed in Moscow.

      Please remind me when Karimov was president and citizen of Russia request Let Tashkent be installed. yes
      it means rewriting history, which should be a serious concern for everyone involved.

      And here the Anglo-Saxon cow would be better not to mumble. yes
      1. Lexus
        Lexus 20 December 2017 18: 44 New
        +5
        Let Tashkent be installed. yes

        And Tsereteli send them there permanently.
    3. Pirogov
      Pirogov 20 December 2017 18: 00 New
      +7
      Quote: 210ox
      Reservations beyond the Arctic Circle can be provided.

      Why don’t they have their own country, let them live there.
      1. Reptiloid
        Reptiloid 20 December 2017 18: 30 New
        +2
        Forum users wrote about desovetization, renaming ..... It is necessary to clarify.
        1. Reptiloid
          Reptiloid 20 December 2017 19: 49 New
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          In 2015, the dismantling of the monument in memory of the heroes of the Second World War. Before that, an obelisk was removed in honor of residents of the city of Angaren who died on the fronts of the Second World War. In 2009, a monument to the Soviet Warrior was dismantled in Tashkent, busts of Soviet military leaders were removed from the Battle Glory Park. A monument was removed to the resident of Uzbekistan, Hero of the Soviet Union, Major General Sabir Rakhimov, and the district and metro station named after him were renamed. They demolished the Friendship Monument in Tashkent, in fact, a monument to the Shamakhmudov family, who adopted 15 children from different union republics during the war. Another vandalism --- in Nukus there was a monument --- a Russian and a Karakalpach. Russian destroyed. Probably, other facts can be found. The Basmachi cult began to spread. A museum in memory of victims of repression.
    4. Piramidon
      Piramidon 20 December 2017 20: 19 New
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      Quote: 210ox
      And why is it in Moscow? Ah! Exactly! It is no longer a Russian city.

      And exactly in Moscow they were going to install this monument?
    5. Zaurbek
      Zaurbek 20 December 2017 20: 50 New
      +2
      The Russian people were within Russia (Kiev, Moscow, etc.). The Turkic peoples (to whom the Uzbeks belong) are the closest to the Russian in genes ... like the Finno-Ugric. Not to mention cohabitation in the empire and the USSR and work for the good of the Russian Federation now. And unlike the brothers Ukrainians and the Baltic states, the banks are not confused.
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      1. Zaurbek
        Zaurbek 20 December 2017 22: 46 New
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        Your head is swollen .... how to die for the USSR and work on the construction sites of capitalism and socialism is please ...
    7. iliitchitch
      iliitchitch 21 December 2017 01: 56 New
      +1
      Quote: 210ox
      And why is it in Moscow? Ah! Exactly! This is no longer a Russian city ..

      Why are we outraged? As they say: "divorced here have not gone." This is what. As soon as they become mathematically larger and some thread Babai will become the mayor of Moscow ... The friendship of peoples will be provided to us. Just do not rub me here about the real friendship of peoples.
    8. starogil
      starogil 21 December 2017 09: 06 New
      +1
      And someone asked the Russians about the installation of monuments to Stolypin, Alexander III,
      the likeness of the walls of "the crying, the Center for EBNu, the boards of Mannerheim, Solzhenitsyn, a bust of Gaidar ????
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  2. Nemesis
    Nemesis 20 December 2017 17: 35 New
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    And why in Moscow is there a monument to the president of a patient with Russophobia of the state ?! Putin has beguiled Russia with Uzbekistan ?!
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      1. Masya masya
        Masya masya 20 December 2017 17: 51 New
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        Quote: 210ox
        And why not a monument to our military victims in Syria?

        and I’m talking about the same ... we don’t have ours, to whom can and should a monument be erected?
  3. Fox
    Fox 20 December 2017 17: 43 New
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    just do it. especially if this monument is not in Russia ... those who fled from Uzbekistan during his reign do not particularly welcome the idea of ​​a reindeer breeder-mayor to erect a similar monument in Moscow.
  4. NF68
    NF68 20 December 2017 17: 44 New
    +2
    That they can.
  5. Fedorov
    Fedorov 20 December 2017 17: 46 New
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    Work on the sculpture is funded by members of the Islam Karimov family.

    Well, robbed the country, well, okay. Let at least a “tribute” be paid by relatives.
    For example, I sell spices in my bazaar - it’s all Uzbeks, and they don’t want to go home at all, sometimes we’re thumping together. Not an indicator, but a pointer to what Abduganievich Karimov led the country to.
    And it’s better to erect a monument to Beria or Stalin, with them the country blossomed, and they raised it from poverty.
    1. LeonidL
      LeonidL 21 December 2017 04: 52 New
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      In Ukraine, everything is so "miraculous." Can you name at least one president of Ukraine a worthy monument?
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  7. 1536
    1536 20 December 2017 19: 18 New
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    In order for Russia to find out about something, it must be banned in England. For example, the British will soon ban the president, for example, who will he represent? That's right, Uzbekistan. Will the Uzbeks be happy, unlike us?
  8. Zaurbek
    Zaurbek 20 December 2017 20: 46 New
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    And he also did something wrong ..? Uzbeks want, Moscow wants ....
    1. Humpty
      Humpty 21 December 2017 10: 13 New
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      Quote: Zaurbek
      Uzbeks want

      Remember the joke how a boy in a sandbox of a policeman sculpted? And then a fireman. So sculpt it yourself, in Tashkent, in Kokand. From what you want, from that and sculpt the figures, just do not add sand, otherwise the fireman will succeed.
      1. Zaurbek
        Zaurbek 22 December 2017 09: 28 New
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        And in Tashkent they’re sculpting ... there will be no Russians numbing with the Chinese and Koreans ... just do not cry later ...
  9. Young_Communist
    Young_Communist 21 December 2017 02: 10 New
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    Of course, making monuments to some local kings is a bastard. But because of Moscow they bristled at him. Russophobes will not calm down!
  10. LeonidL
    LeonidL 21 December 2017 04: 50 New
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    Harassment, imposture, herd brutality is today a national sport of the West. ... Probably will be included in the Olympics under the title "Fuck on one !, Atu! Grass! Tear a dissident!"