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How nice that I live in Russia!

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Since then, when the monkey, having become a man, climbed down from a palm tree and went to drink beer in the grill-bar, not much time passed. A thousand years ago, the Vikings served in Byzantium, and those who were not recruited due to their low moral and volitional qualities established the Rurik dynasty in Russia. Two thousand years ago, the Jews looked out for a tree for the cross, on which the Romans would crucify our Lord. Three thousand years ago in Asia Minor, Agamemnon, Menelaus, Ulysses, Diomedes, and other epic heroes climbed the walls of Troy, and Hector and Paris fought back than Zeus sent. Another thousand years deep into stories - the first copper smelting. A little more in the darkness of the centuries - stone axes and stick-digging. Hunters-gatherers and sedentary farmers who sowed the land with cereals revived the ancient landscape. Agronomy was conducted on a whim, and peasants who hoped at the mercy of nature often starved. And so that this happened less often, they were eager to master agricultural technology and study, study, study.

Hunter-gatherers loved to hunt master cows, sheep, and pick apples in peasant gardens. The peasants did not like it, and the hunters "ogrebali" at the first opportunity. In the end, hunter-gatherers were driven by peasants beyond Mozhai to Kudykina Mountain: into deserts, into mountains, into the polar regions ... and there the hunters ran wild to the state of the aborigines of Australia.

Any learned anthropologist will tell you that the farmers have defeated the hunters mainly due to demography. In the village, the birth rate is higher, there is more return on labor invested, the mobilization ability is huge. In the village it is easier to produce food, it is easier to save the acquired. In the morning with the roosters opened my eyes - already at work. The cow mumbles, the goat in the neighboring garden impudently eats cabbage, the geese cackle, the little moan groans - life is everywhere. Everything requires attention - even a carrot, even cereals. He put the children in the garden (all six heads, a little smaller) and let them thin the strawberries. The old grandmother will watch or the wife will return from the cow - she will give me milk. Uncles, svatya, godfathers, district - all children are happy. Their own relatives. Community.

The hunter-gatherer after the elk sneaks alone, the wife goes a little way away - collects delicious tops and roots. One child is behind his back, the other is holding his skirt, and he is also dragging a knot with junk. The third child fell behind a bit - here his wolves and devoured. Or other hunter gatherers did not disdain. Every man for himself.

You have attended a short anthropology course for younger students.

How nice that I live in Russia!


When the grubs formed too much, it took a place to exchange the turnips for skin and tissue. There were money, trading, trading, trading and the city with the Kremlin. In the cities lived people incapable of peasantry: artisans, princely servants and the army. The ordinary people ate in the city more poorly than in the village. City revenues were either small or irregular. To multiply and multiply for procreation in the city is inconvenient. Cramped, dark, hungry, you need to look appropriate. But in the princely service ... scribe! Boyarin see monks walk by. In the monastery they call thinly, eat fatly, and the monks have no children.

With the intensification of agriculture, the number of workers in the village decreased. The mechanical mower will mow you well, the tractor will plow for 20 horses and 50 oratais. Ruined peasants absorbed the city. Urbanization, industrial revolution, etc. led to the fact that at the beginning of 2010, the urban population of Russia numbered 103,8 a million people, or 73,1% of the total number of Russians. As we remember from the above, people breed badly in the city, the city develops only at the expense of the peasants who join it, and when the free peasants end, non-mundane working boys from neighboring countries appear. There was practically no time in history when the city would reproduce itself in the population. Isolated cases in separate decades were. But in general - a net loss of the people. Demographic poultices in the form of maternal capital and free baby food in the dairy kitchen help poorly. We die out slowly, like hunter-gatherers.

According to the data of the first General Census of the Russian Empire 1897 of the Year, only 15% of the population of Russia lived in urban settlements (within modern borders). By the end of the 1930s, a third of Russians already lived in urban settlements, by the end of the 1950s - half, and from the end of 1980s to the present - almost three quarters.



Two world wars in half a century, Russia endured only due to the high mobilization ability of the population. The guard and regular troops of peacetime equipment were knocked out in the first months of the battles. No one in the whole world could have imagined that a meat grinder could spin at such a speed.

The cannon fodder of the first world was the "open" Russian peasants. There were almost no foreigners in the war. But since the rural population was prevalent (before the Great Patriotic War, there were only two millionaire cities on the territory of Russia), the people managed during the years of peace to make their own kind. The Great Patriotic War was met in full composition. They also asked and forced all the citizens of the USSR to fight: Kazakhs, Uzbeks, Kabardians, Gypsies, Jews. Blow off! All multinational people defeated Hitler Germany and its satellites.

During the years of Khrushchev's transformation with his idea of ​​an agro-city, during the development of virgin lands, during the years of consolidation of farms and the elimination of "unpromising" villages, for all the further darkness and horror of perestroika and Yeltsin liberalism, Russia reached the point where the average population density in Russia was approximately 2 people / sq. km (In the North Caucasus and the Krasnodar Territory, population density is much higher.) Almost half (48%) of all rural settlements in the country are the smallest, with 3% of the rural population living in them.

The village dweller is en masse to the lumpen state and is forced to become a “agro-town” worker, a worker without his means of production! Huge automated farms and greenhouses require a minimum of people. There are profitable poultry farms, where literally dozens of people manage hundreds of thousands of heads. Profitable pig-breeding - put a pig in a stall, manure is removed by a conveyor belt, food is provided by a computer. Clean, warm, music plays. Outside of all this magnificence: off-road, river spills, diesel fuel is more expensive than gasoline. And the apotheosis is a policeman with a striped wand. Optimization of hospitals and schools, which means their complete closure. And so on, so on, so on ... I can't tell you.

It’s just not clear where we will draw human resources in the event of a protracted war if we have a solid “accessible environment for the disabled”, hypertension, glasses and obesity as an average diagnosis! .. Maybe that's why the “uninhabited” are designed tank towers, for the asses of the draftees begin with XXL.

For the authorities, the Russian village, which has not found itself as an “agro-town” and has no sustainable sales of products, is a real punishment, a headache.

But the word is pronounced - punishment. In tsarist Russia, exile and expulsion to the eternal settlement were the norm. The most famous case: Alexander Menshikov, a favorite of Peter I, for state intrigues by order of the sovereign Peter II was sent into exile in the city of Berezov (currently urban-type settlement Berezovo as part of the Khanty-Mansiysk AO). And if Menshikov in Berezov was miserable and quickly died, then field marshal Christopher Antonovich Minnich, exiled by Queen Elizaveta Petrovna, to the village of Pelym, on the contrary, started a garden and bees, cut down the school with his own hands and taught children literacy, wrote military projects. Spent in exile 20 years! He returned to St. Petersburg at the age of 79 years and still worked for the glory of Russia.

Another example. Vasily Lvovich Davydov, a retired colonel of a noble family, was convicted in the case of the Decembrists on the I category, sentenced to life penal servitude. Sent to Siberia on July 21 1826. Then he was pardoned and left for settlement in Siberia. In the wilderness he had children: Basil (20.07.1829 — 1873) - the artist; Alexandra (22.07.1831 — 1918); Ivan (1834 — 1918); Leo (1837 — 1896); Sophia (1840—?) - in marriage to Steel; Faith (1843 — 1920); Alexey (1847 — 1903).

The first harpsichord appeared in the Davydovs' house in Krasnoyarsk, a literary circle was formed. By that time, political exiles were forbidden to create schools, so the Davydovs in their home created a home class for their seven children born in Siberia. The class had no official status, and anyone could attend it. From local residents Davydov got the nickname "The Lord of Doom", "Box of Enlightenment." The Davydov Home School program later became the basis for the training program at the Krasnoyarsk Gymnasium.

Good deal could come out! If as with kings. I still see myself all the stealing governors and their deputies, all the officials who are now being sentenced to “two conditionally” by the court. Cancel conditional sentences and exile guilty state employees to the eternal settlement in a sparsely populated rural backwater without state content! With an electronic bracelet on the leg. Maybe they will have good babies there !! Maybe the bees will be bred !!! They will write out a helicopter and a telescope for themselves in Pelym and White Omut. The obstetric point will be rebuilt and they will come up with a workshop for making blackberry dumplings. Mail will be requested in the village. The Internet will be adjusted. Resolve the eternal Russian questions "Who is to blame?" And "What to do?"

And then the exiled peasant, the former mayor of Vasyuki, going out on unsteady feet on the porch, will look at the stars and shout to the little golden-eyed boy: “Vanya, look at the moon soon!” And in a whisper, under his breath: “Thank you, Lord, for this beauty . How nice that I live in Russia! "
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  1. Uncle lee
    Uncle lee April 26 2018 05: 28
    +7
    If all thieves are exiled to places not so remote, then the European part of Russia will be depopulated, and in Siberia and the Far East there will be overpopulation! wink
    1. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich April 26 2018 06: 08
      +22
      In some respects, the author of the rights, villages in Russia, die as agricultural units, or turn into summer cottages, in our region like this. houses are bought and rebuilt, people from regional centers are an alternative to "gardening partnership", they come with their families for the summer, have a rest in the fresh air, so to speak, fry the barbecue, go fishing, and dump in the city in the fall, putting the house under guard for the winter. such houses , immediately visible in winter darkness - a red alarm blinks on the windows, and there are no traces, everything is covered with snow ... and many, many such summer cottages.
      1. Titsen
        Titsen April 26 2018 06: 31
        +12
        Quote: Andrew Y.
        in which the author is right.


        Complete author's Beleburd!
        1. esaul
          esaul April 26 2018 14: 43
          +2
          Quote: Titsen
          Complete author's Beleburd!

          Yes, it was written in a good mood, and from the anise on the chest damask and varnished with a good cigar, but under the bridge ...! tongue But Cho did not juggle with convolutions for self-satisfaction and plebs to surprise! You can’t forbid to live beautifully. And the fact that thoughts smack of my soul - maybe they don’t learn? wink
          1. Genko
            April 26 2018 19: 21
            +8
            We, your dignity, more and more dry wines. And we do not hold cards with boyhood, sir. We live in the village. We have no time to decompose.
      2. Baloo
        Baloo April 26 2018 07: 52
        +7
        Quote: Andrey Yurievich
        in which the author of the rights, villages in Russia, die as agricultural units,

        I agree. I’m just such an urban country cottager. In our village there are as many as two shops, a kindergarten, a secondary school. But if even ten years ago a public herd was 200 or more cows, now it’s now fifty. Many village workers work in the city, 50 km to the city.
        You can’t name the village “dying”, most of the yards (if 2-3 generations are under one roof) have several cars, some of them have their own tractors.
        However, they mostly hold the bird, gobies are fed less and less troublesome. Perhaps there should be a different curriculum in rural schools so that children receive some kind of agricultural specialty, the basics of individual entrepreneurship? Maybe this will help keep young people. hi
        1. Victor N
          Victor N April 26 2018 10: 17
          +6
          Economic rural landscape (sketches from nature): ONE man (woman) is set up in the village, organizes the purchase of milk (tomato, chicken, lard, etc.), processing into sour cream, cottage cheese, cheese, delivery to the city and sale (in the city courtyard) - and happiness to the whole village !! In addition to the peasant (women), who are the oligarchs, because they don’t call on guests, they tyrannize children, they poison the dog, they set fire to the barn. The mentality is called .....
          I strictly ask: why personally and directly Putin and Medvedev will not go to this every village and organize such elementary cooperation there ?? !!! Or do they not organize a unified service on the scale of Russia for the reduction of brains and staging an enema from stupidity ?!
          1. andrej-shironov
            andrej-shironov April 26 2018 14: 41
            +7
            Is it not from these oligarchs from the village that we have grown oligarchs from mineral water? Could you tell? By the way, I’ll answer you why neither Putin nor Medvedev are pathologically capable of such cooperation. Because zvizdet not bags tossing and turning. wink
            1. Victor N
              Victor N April 26 2018 15: 21
              +1
              I mean, it's time to attend to vaccinations from the "oligarchs." This is a dangerous social disease that destroys entrepreneurship in all and all forms. The result is stagnation of the economy and degradation of society. Active people need public support, and without them there can be no progress.
              1. andrej-shironov
                andrej-shironov April 26 2018 15: 26
                +4
                Active people do not need to be supported, the main thing is not to interfere. But the bloodsuckers, of whom there are a lot of supposedly “active” ones, must be crushed. And by the way, these supposedly "active" to progress have nothing to do. This is all verbiage.
                1. Victor N
                  Victor N April 27 2018 00: 20
                  0
                  I will be happy to know who progress is promoting.
                  1. andrej-shironov
                    andrej-shironov April 27 2018 08: 21
                    0
                    Victor, I don’t know them by name laughing
                    And if serious progress is driven by curiosity and aggression, veiled by the desire to conquer. Unfortunately, this depends on the nature of man.
          2. akunin
            akunin April 26 2018 14: 50
            0
            to the village of dagomys
          3. nickname7
            nickname7 April 30 2018 20: 38
            +1
            processing into sour cream, cottage cheese, cheese,
            Can you guarantee that in the manufacture of dairy products, everyone strictly adheres to hygiene? In the village there is no faucet with hot water, elementary, washing hands and dishes is difficult.
            In modern times, food production is industryb, not handicraft.
      3. andrej-shironov
        andrej-shironov April 26 2018 14: 49
        +1
        Andrei Yuryevich, remember the Chekhov Cherry Orchard. Under the moon there is nothing new. hi
        1. free
          free April 26 2018 18: 18
          0
          Quote: andrej-shironov
          Andrei Yuryevich, remember the Chekhov Cherry Orchard. Under the moon there is nothing new. hi

          And by the way, nothing eternal either.
      4. NIKNN
        NIKNN April 26 2018 17: 23
        +3
        Quote: Andrey Yurievich
        they buy and rebuild houses, people from regional centers are an alternative to "gardening partnership", they come with their families for the summer, have a rest in the fresh air, so to speak, fry the barbecue, go fishing,

        Only there, for some reason, they do not breed ..., With the exception of severe intoxication, which in no way contributes to the health of the nation ...
        Quote: Andrey Yurievich
        and there are no traces, everything is swept up by snow ..

        So it’s life, only shit after them remains, and alas, there are no traces of life in the direct sense of the word. request
      5. Vadim Golubkov
        Vadim Golubkov April 30 2018 14: 39
        +3
        I can tell the story of my village, which died briefly ... The village of Borovaya Polyanschina was founded at the beginning of the 1720th century (approximately in the 1762s), 1764 and 124 women lived in 111-1859 ... According to the census of 111 in There were 362 yards, 350 men and 1910 women in the Borovsk Polyana region, in addition to the church, a mill also worked. In 182, 494 men and 566 women lived in the village in 23 households, and there were also five houses of strangers (6 in total) 1889. The children studied in a one-year parish school7 opened in 8, 3000 on I. Serdoba there was a water mill I. A. Saburova (Saburova is a distant relative of Ivan the Terrible). Even when there was a Pugachev riot, his comrade-in-arms Ivan Ivanov with 1912 troops stood near our village. Old Man Antonov also passed and was in our village in the Civil War, he was supported. In 30, a mammoth bone was found near the village. The hunger of the 200s, half of the village died, people went to Saratov to somehow feed themselves, then the Second World War ... there were 90 people left from the village. It was good in the USSR, the collective farm was on the forefront .... Then the 2012s .. ... At present, no one lives in Borovaya Polyana. The last elderly resident moved to neighboring Buturlinka in XNUMX. I have a grandfather from Buturlinka ..... And so throughout Russia, the Russian villages have died out ... it's scary ... "Thank you" to the liberal democrats, who are now.
      6. nickname7
        nickname7 April 30 2018 20: 26
        0
        , villages in Russia are dying
        The term is somehow wrong, "dying", it is speculation on the phenomenon, urbanization. The village doesn’t “die”, it’s just people moving to a place where there is no stupid routine - chopping wood, heating a stove, carrying water from a well, to where water runs, a tap and a hot battery. The people leave for the city or abroad.
        Regretting the villages themselves, they want someone to live there, but not themselves, why are you so cruel, do you wish others a hard life and a low standard of living?
        Rural settlements can be revived, but at the modern level - cottage villages with amenities - hot, cold water, gas, a swimming pool, sewage, paved roads. In order not to reinvent the wheel, you can build on the model of the states.
        typical american villages:



        1. dSK
          dSK 1 May 2018 00: 22
          0
          Quote: nickname7
          Rural settlements can be revived, but at a modern level
          and need to be revived. Large families are very rare in the megacities of Moscow and St. Petersburg - it is difficult for them to "survive" there.
    2. Sotskiy
      Sotskiy April 26 2018 11: 36
      +6
      Quote: Uncle Lee
      If all thieves are exiled to places not so remote, then the European part of Russia will be depopulated, and in Siberia and the Far East there will be overpopulation! wink

      Long live the Far Eastern hectare! Only a fair judicial system can decide the undertakings of our Guarantor! lol lol hi
      1. jjj
        jjj April 26 2018 12: 44
        +3
        Great selection of illustrations
  2. samarin1969
    samarin1969 April 26 2018 06: 30
    +15
    Thanks to the author - the most important topic, beautifully written. The village survived World War II, Civil, cholera, famine, collectivization. That "optimization" is unlikely to survive. “Freedom” after 1991 for the villagers can be assessed as a person whom their communities expel in their old age to death and will.
    Instead of the sacred Championship, they could invest in FAPs, rural roads and schools - the benefits are incommensurably greater.
    1. raw174
      raw174 April 26 2018 07: 20
      +2
      Quote: samarin1969
      Instead of the sacred Championship, they could invest in FAPs, rural roads and schools - the benefits are incommensurably greater.

      Not much. Of course, it would be useful for those living today, but for the development of the village in the future there is none. The population of the village (in my village) was at its maximum in the early 80s, then it began to decline. The point is automation and mechanization, as the author said. Products are produced no less than during the USSR, where reorientation of production occurred, but people require several times less, do not need as many workers. FAPs and roads are good, but employment is needed for development.
      1. Monster_Fat
        Monster_Fat April 26 2018 08: 28
        +12
        The village in the "classic" form is doomed. Even in the USA, with their protectionism and benefits, classic farmers are massively ruined. The future belongs to huge agricultural and industrial complexes combining the production and processing of agricultural products. The "village" of modern times is cottage villages near such complexes. By the way, an example of this "new type of village" is production, which is so hated here (I don’t even know for what reason), in VO, Grudinin ....
        1. raw174
          raw174 April 26 2018 09: 53
          +2
          Quote: Monster_Fat
          The village in the "classic" form is doomed.

          Absolutely.
          Quote: Monster_Fat
          The future belongs to huge agricultural and industrial complexes combining the production and processing of agricultural products.

          I will add one more condition - logistics. This complex should be located near a large city or large transport hub.
          Quote: Monster_Fat
          so hated here (I don’t even know for what reason), in VO, Grudinin ....

          You are wrong, they do not hate him here, they rather respect him as a business executive and the head of the enterprise and do not see him as president (not all of course) ...
        2. Glory1974
          Glory1974 April 26 2018 20: 54
          0
          The future belongs to huge agricultural and industrial complexes combining the production and processing of agricultural products.

          I agree with you. In tsarist Russia, according to statistics from the peasants, 15% are prosperous, 20% are middle peasants and 65% are goof. As a result of the Stolypin reforms, 2 million peasant farms that received land were distributed in the same proportion. After the revolution of 1917, the Bolsheviks distributed the land, but by the end of the 20, the same problem - 65% of the peasants remained destitute. Only the organization of large agricultural enterprises allowed to escape from these figures.
          So the creation of large agricultural complexes is the inevitable modern and future of the village. And the townspeople can only be summer residents if the agricultural oligarchs do not take away the land.
          1. Victor N
            Victor N April 27 2018 00: 16
            0
            Once, I went into this topic, and to my surprise I discovered that with respect to the rural population, the presence of livestock from almost pre-revolutionary has not changed. Individual farms feed us, as before.
            1. your1970
              your1970 April 28 2018 10: 25
              0
              at the moment - the number of slingshots we have is about 70% of the USSR, and even more sheep - about 7%
              But at the same time, the need for hands is much smaller - farmers do not need an apparatus, schools, culture, FAPs, etc.
          2. nickname7
            nickname7 April 30 2018 20: 32
            +1
            65% of peasants remained poverty

            Only the organization of large agricultural enterprises allowed to escape from these figures.
            golden words
        3. dSK
          dSK 1 May 2018 00: 29
          0
          Quote: Monster_Fat
          Grudinin ...

          You won’t be full of strawberries, and Zamkade is not Russia, not a typical case.
    2. raw174
      raw174 April 26 2018 09: 54
      +1
      Quote: samarin1969
      Instead of the sacred Championship

      And by the way, the championship seems to be paying off ...
    3. Victor N
      Victor N April 26 2018 10: 24
      +1
      What does not come for nothing doesn’t work for the future: they’ll break it, plunder it, abandon it ... Do not spoil it!
      And the championship is SHOW! You can’t leave people without spectacles - it is furious. Although, showmen from football themselves should earn on champagne, and not receive from the budget.
      1. Fox
        Fox April 26 2018 12: 07
        +6
        Quote: Victor N
        And the championship is SHOW! You can’t leave people without spectacles - it’s fierce

        og ... most in Samara and the region support "you go to x ... with your football!" prohibitions on everything that is possible.
        1. Victor N
          Victor N April 27 2018 00: 22
          0
          Well, we have no gladiators for you. What do you propose to replace? Does not the mentality of the people change?
        2. your1970
          your1970 April 28 2018 10: 27
          0
          Quote: Fox
          Quote: Victor N
          And the championship is SHOW! You can’t leave people without spectacles - it’s fierce

          og ... most in Samara and the region support "you go to x ... with your football!" prohibitions on everything that is possible.
          - and what was banned - except for arms trafficking? It was suspended until completion. What else have you (like the "majority") been restricted?
    4. nickname7
      nickname7 April 30 2018 20: 30
      +1
      Instead of a sacred Championship, they could invest in FAPs, rural roads and schools
      Do you want to encroach on the holy, but what about yachts?
  3. andrewkor
    andrewkor April 26 2018 07: 06
    +1
    Eh, babble!
  4. Professor
    Professor April 26 2018 07: 10
    +7
    Administration, return our democratic right to put minuses to articles. hi
    1. Victor N
      Victor N April 26 2018 10: 27
      +4
      This article is a good catalyst! Turn on the thinker!
      Every bitter joke has a drop of bitter truth.
  5. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 April 26 2018 07: 12
    +2
    As I understand it, the author has an idea to raise the Russian village due to stealing officials. Oh well.
  6. raw174
    raw174 April 26 2018 07: 14
    +2
    Article +, the author is generally right. Urbanization is in full swing, good or bad, it will be seen that the process is historical, the descendants will draw conclusions.
    Regarding the practice of exile, the constitution must be abolished altogether and the monarchy rotated. Even a student cannot be distributed right now, for freedom is enshrined in the constitution. Want a monarchy? I don’t think so ...
    PS:
    all officials who are now being sentenced to “two probation” in court.

    I recently asked here, we have only 8-10 governors sitting (about 10% of all), but there are no mayors and heads ... They are planting, they are planting. Within 1-2 years, Dagestan will give landing statistics ... Most of the officials are literate, educated, and trained in life, it’s not so easy to take them for granted ... If there are people here who really had business with the investigation, I think they will support (I in the investigation did not work).
    1. Andrey VOV
      Andrey VOV April 26 2018 07: 33
      0
      I worked at the Main Directorate of Internal Affairs M.O.
      1. raw174
        raw174 April 26 2018 07: 51
        +2
        Quote: Andrey VOV
        I worked at the Main Directorate of Internal Affairs M.O.

        And? .. Share your impression, who is easier to promote? a criminal with experience, a beginner or an official (at least the middle hand)? Does the level of education and experience of the accused affect the complexity of the evidence?
  7. inkass_98
    inkass_98 April 26 2018 07: 21
    0
    "Urgently on a sober bumblebee" ©.
    the author grabbed at the top of everything, and dumped undigested on readers.
    By the way, about the "accessible environment". Yes, modern medicine often pulls out hopeless children who, under ordinary conditions of the average wild field, would die during childbirth. And along with the mother, it is likely.
    the author never had an incalid child? Then let him sit on the pope evenly and not be smart.
  8. antivirus
    antivirus April 26 2018 07: 26
    +3
    look at the stars and shout to the little golden-haired boy: "Vanya, look at the moon soon!" And in a whisper, under his breath: “Thank you, Lord, for this beauty. It’s so good that I live in Russia! ”

    it’s better to look at the river floods - EVERY DAY EVERYTHING IS NEW.
    1. Victor N
      Victor N April 26 2018 10: 32
      +3
      And also it’s good to open the door in the stove to the fire ....
      And let the cow that is not milked, moo, infection.
  9. Andrey VOV
    Andrey VOV April 26 2018 07: 32
    +2
    Actually, in the modern world, the proportion of the urban population is growing steadily and not only in Russia .... in general, there is a lot of confusion, a few interesting points .. but nothing radically new
  10. andrej-shironov
    andrej-shironov April 26 2018 08: 54
    +5
    It’s just not clear where we will draw human resources in case of a protracted war.

    Dear author! Well, you ask questions! What does it mean where we will take? Our elite have sons, so they will go to defend their homeland! The oligarchs and officials have sons! Ramzan Kadyrov again promised to catch up with his brothers. After all, they are at the trough, ugh, you are in power, and since it is necessary to protect this power!
    So pick up a powerful army!
    Do not believe! ???
    1. Greenwood
      Greenwood April 26 2018 11: 13
      +4
      Quote: andrej-shironov
      where will we get it? Our elite have sons
      So they all live and study in England and France. lol
      1. andrej-shironov
        andrej-shironov April 26 2018 14: 33
        +5
        This is all the insinuations of all the prowlers !!! Even if they study there, it is exclusively for the good of Russia! Well, at least the power is rubbing us like that, you say ugh! lol
  11. Operator
    Operator April 26 2018 09: 02
    0
    The author of the article, sitting in the city, dreams of creating an unemployed surplus of people in the village, where they are not needed in FIG at the current level of agricultural technology laughing

    The author’s “noble” goal is to send this surplus instead of missiles and nuclear charges to TMV for slaughter am
    1. Genko
      April 26 2018 19: 24
      +2
      The author of the article lives in the village, Mr. Colonel.
      1. Operator
        Operator April 26 2018 20: 42
        0
        The author should be unfamiliar with the phrase “idiocy of rural life” if he is seriously campaigning for the formation of an army of village parasites (the existing agricultural complex is quite capable of agricultural production) by relocating urban residents, as well as for winning TMV due to cannon fodder instead of nuclear weapons.
  12. nivander
    nivander April 26 2018 10: 27
    0
    did not take out-- too many beeches on paper, too much porridge in the author’s head --- dislikes were canceled I had to like
  13. Ivan Zatsepin
    Ivan Zatsepin April 26 2018 10: 56
    +1
    They only know how to steal. And their genetics are filthy thieves in one word.
  14. Alex66
    Alex66 April 26 2018 11: 17
    +8
    In Thailand there is "royal coffee", the king pays the peasants a double price so that they can live normally and not engage in any garbage in order to survive. The king takes care of the rural inhabitants of his country, and who takes care of ours? That milk can not be taken, pork, but you never know what at higher prices, you see and maternal capital will not be needed and benefits are different. Our elite does not like her people.
  15. Sotskiy
    Sotskiy April 26 2018 11: 42
    +8
    Neighing from the heart. Auto RU good
    True laughter through tears, but do we get used to it? One “head” will decay, and will grow seven more like Miracle-Yud. I know one thing for sure - in Russia you won’t die of boredom. And if you still get bored, the authorities will “amuse” with another decree. Well sho do, and live! lol
  16. pilot8878
    pilot8878 April 26 2018 13: 39
    0
    Beautiful utopia
  17. Radikal
    Radikal April 26 2018 16: 55
    +1
    Quote: Uncle Lee
    If all thieves are exiled to places not so remote, then the European part of Russia will be depopulated, and in Siberia and the Far East there will be overpopulation! wink

    It is unlikely. Now, if half of China "goes" there, then yes, it will be a bit crowded. It can be seen that the authorities are leading to this. sad
    1. NordUral
      NordUral April 29 2018 12: 26
      +1
      I think that they and the Chinese do not need, but the money is what you want, and the Chinese have them.
  18. 16112014nk
    16112014nk April 27 2018 20: 12
    +3
    Quote: samarin1969
    That "optimization" is unlikely to survive.

    A wife from a village in the Smolensk region. In the village there was a collective farm board, a club, a school, a farm, a library, a first-aid post, and a post office. It became - ... But nothing became. There is nothing left of the village. Nothing at all.
    1. NordUral
      NordUral April 29 2018 12: 24
      +1
      And I'm from the USSR. The rest of the text ...
  19. NordUral
    NordUral April 29 2018 12: 23
    +1
    This milkmaid and the cow die, there’s nothing to say about the blacksmith, everything is said. It is time to fulfill the people's aspirations.
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  21. doka
    doka April 30 2018 16: 55
    +1
    Yes, RUSSIA must be solved with citizenship within the framework of the Russian world. There are enough people in the post-Soviet space who would like to live in a village,
  22. andron-30
    andron-30 April 30 2018 18: 26
    0
    Something the author is not being misleading, is he knowingly lying? everything about it is both terribly and gloomy in the history of Russia, but in reality everything is not so, study the history of our state, do not trust the crooks and crooks, GOD KEEP RUSSIA