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Is there social justice in Russia?

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Is there social justice in Russia?

Social justice implies fair relations between citizens and society, the existence of equal opportunities for everyone and is measured by the criteria for the distribution of welfare, defined as the provision of citizens, a social group and an individual with material, financial, social and spiritual benefits.


The Russian person has a value base - justice, therefore, he is historically especially sensitive to issues of social injustice and does not accept inequality and private property, leading to inequality of people. In Russian self-awareness, wealth is a sin, capital destroys the soul, engenders injustice and humiliates another person. For him, social justice, equal rights for all and the need for a strong state that takes care of its citizens are important first of all.

Based on the traditional values ​​and mentality of the Russian people, its national idea is to build a society of social justice, a strong and economically prosperous state (civilization) that provides its citizens with a decent life and the realization of their civic interests.

First of all, property stratification leads to social injustice and social inequality, especially if it was achieved dishonestly and its legitimacy is not recognized by the majority of the population. Let's see what social foundations of society are being implemented in today's Russian state.

Property stratification in Russia


The level of well-being of the population is determined by the ability of the state's economy to provide it. In terms of gross domestic product, Russia is the sixth economy in the world, and the welfare of society should have been at a fairly high level. But GDP characterizes only the volume of the national product produced and does not reveal how effectively it is used in the interests of the whole society and every citizen.

With the existing capitalist mode of production in Russia and the presence of private ownership of the means of production, prerequisites are created for the redistribution of part of the income from the produced product in the interests of these owners through the receipt of profit (dividends) from property ownership, which, naturally, provokes property stratification and social inequality in society.

As a result of the collapse of the Soviet system, social inequality in the country has sharply increased, today the population of Russia is divided into three unequal groups: rich owners and officials, a narrow stratum of the middle class and the vast majority of the population, living mainly on a fairly modest salary.

Property stratification leading to social inequality is mainly due to society's non-recognition of the legitimacy of the predatory privatization of the 90s, which formed a class of large owners, unreasonably high incomes of top and middle-level officials and heads of state corporations, as well as servants serving them, and ubiquitous corruption with kickbacks for bureaucratic services ...

All this leads to the fact that the fairly high national income of the state obtained by the labor of the whole society is redistributed and partially appropriated by a handful of the ruling class and the bureaucracy serving them. Moreover, they and their families defiantly flaunt this and show their superiority over the rest of the population. Such unjust social inequality is still causing deep discontent in society, and at the slightest upheaval it can provoke a social explosion.

For the stability of the state and society, it is generally accepted that the incomes of the richest 10% of the population in the country should not exceed the incomes of the poorest 10% by more than 10 times. According to the UN, this coefficient in Russia is 11,0, Italy is 11,6, the United States is 15,9 and the United Kingdom is 13,8, that is, in terms of property stratification, Russia is at the level of the richest countries in the world.

Even more telling is the World Inequality Report, which says that 45,5% of Russia's national income belongs to the richest 10% of the population. This is confirmed by Rosstat, according to its information, the situation is somewhat different, but also impressive: 20% of the richest own 47% of the national income. And such an expert on the fortunes of the richest people in the world, like Forbes magazine, cites information that there are 77 billionaires in Russia with a combined fortune of $ 283 billion. What kind of social justice can we talk about with such an impact on the economy of private capital?

Today, the most informative indicator of social inequality is the Gini index. It most accurately shows how evenly income is distributed among the citizens of the country.

After the collapse of the Union, Russia became one of the states with the highest social inequality. The Gini index, which in Soviet times was at the level of a few percent of European countries, rose to 1995 by 38,7, and is now 41,1. Of the leading countries of the world, only China (46,9) and Israel (42,8) is ahead of Russia in terms of social inequality, the rest, the United States (37,7), Germany (29,0), France (32,7), Japan (32,1), Sweden (25,0), Great Britain (36,0) and Belarus (29,7), it is significantly lower.

How Russian officials live


The majority of the population is outraged not so much by the high salaries and incomes of the bureaucracy as by the undeservedness and illegitimacy of receiving them. In this regard, although it is not good to look into someone else's pocket, one can compare the level of income of the heads of the regions with the average income of the population of these regions. For example, the official annual income of the head of the Moscow region is 68,9 million rubles, which is 120,9 times higher than the income of residents of the Moscow region, the income of the head of the Orenburg region is 690 times higher, the head of the Republic of Mari El - 159,2 times. It is difficult to explain why the incomes of the heads of regions can be hundreds of times higher than the incomes of their residents, especially since these incomes practically do not depend on the efficiency of their work.

Even more egregious is the situation with the income of the heads of state corporations, including such well-known ones as Rosneft and Gazprom, which do not restrain themselves in their income at all. For example, the monthly income of the head of Rosneft Sechin is up to 20 million rubles, or 240 million rubles a year, the income of the head of Gazprom Miller is of the same order. And this is with an average salary in the country of 48,3 thousand rubles, and for a significant part of the population it is even more modest and may be less than 20 thousand rubles.

In accordance with the legislation, the board of directors, which includes representatives of the owners, is in charge of the income of state corporations and the remuneration of their top managers. It should be noted that the Russian state owns only 50% of the share capital of Rosneft and Gazprom, the rest of the shares have long been sold into private ownership, and the state cannot always influence decisions. In this regard, part of the profits of corporations often goes to the payment of multi-million dollar bonuses to management and government officials who are part of their management structures; moreover, government representatives often defend not the government, but the corporate interests of companies. The management system, built back in the 90s, allows the use of state property as a tool for the legal redistribution of national income in favor of those in power.

How social inequality is justified


The justifications of the apologists of such a social hierarchy are interesting, for example, political analyst Alexander Zapolskikh, provesthat due to the quality leadership of the heads of state corporations, they mainly fill the budget and bring trillions of rubles to the state, that Sechin manages a team of 249 thousand people, and that Rosneft pays more than 4 trillion in taxes to the budget in just one year. rubles. Indeed, this is so, state corporations are the main taxpayers, but how much their heads influence this is a big question.

Zapolskikh emphasizes that the net profit, for example, of Rosneft, is 649 billion rubles, of which 270 billion is spent on dividends. Further it is concluded that “the above 270 billion of dividends from the annual profit will also go to the budget by 99%,” which is not true, since the state's share in the share capital of Rosneft is 50% and the state will receive only half of the dividends to the budget - 135 billion rubles, and the other half will go into private hands.

He also proves that the heads of state corporations personally pay high taxes to the budget, which is also not true. First, they do not pay taxes on dividends, since the current laws exempt them from such an obligation, allowing them to take dividends offshore and evade taxation. This year alone, the law on the payment of 15% of taxes on dividends was finally adopted, but it comes into force on January 1, 2021. Second, corporate taxes are mainly rents on minerals and income from the labor of hundreds of thousands of people who produce gas and oil, and not so much the personal contribution of their leaders. So the justifications of the apologists of the current system of social hierarchy raise great doubts about their objectivity.

In this regard, it is worth comparing the socio-economic policy pursued in the former republics of the Soviet Union - Russia and Belarus. The Belarusian leadership is pursuing a policy aimed at limiting the capital of private individuals and a relatively even distribution of state revenues among its citizens. Such actions lead to a lower stratification of society than in Russia. There are no billionaires in Belarus and only 1,4% of the population owns assets over 100 thousand dollars. There are millionaires, but there are only 0,1% of the total population. Therefore, Belarus belongs to the countries with the lowest property stratification, where the principles of social justice are generally observed. For all the political and economic problems of Belarus, Russia has a lot to learn from it.
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  1. Svarog
    Svarog 7 October 2020 15: 04
    49
    Is there social justice in Russia?

    Of course not ... and the further Putin rules, the less social justice.
    1. Varyag71
      Varyag71 7 October 2020 15: 12
      13
      It looks like Putin gave you a minus wassat
      1. paul3390
        paul3390 7 October 2020 15: 48
        26
        Yes, he is not alone here, but it seems that he is being delayed with the whole Cabinet .. wink Apparently on the occasion of their birthday they will curse minus .. what
      2. Malyuta
        Malyuta 7 October 2020 22: 07
        +8
        Quote: Varyag71
        It looks like Putin gave you a minus

        this one can laughing only he is very busy, not everything has been robbed belay
        1. Xnumx vis
          Xnumx vis 8 October 2020 19: 12
          -10 qualifying.
          Quote: Malyuta
          Quote: Varyag71
          It looks like Putin gave you a minus

          this one can laughing only he is very busy, not everything has been robbed belay

          The question is about nothing ... "Is there social justice in Russia?" A counter question, when was this social justice in general, and not only in Russia, the USSR? The answer is, there was neither when, nor where, nor when ... The USSR and RUSSIA are no exception ... Chattering about nothing ... Rubbing with tongues and declining everyone and everything ... I remember the idlers of the liberated Komsomol secretaries, fattening and parasitizing at work collectives. Traders, there were many opportunists in Kom. party .. Even to remember this social justice is disgusting .. In modern Russia, too, not sugar .. In principle, as in the United States .. In the World there is only one principle - either row tirelessly with oars, or go to the bottom.
    2. paul3390
      paul3390 7 October 2020 15: 17
      49
      It’s not Putin that matters, but capitalism .. Putin is just a talking head, judging by the last few years, nothing is decisive at all .. For no one is paying attention to his formidable instructions and plans. There will be no Putin - they will put another zits-chairman, exactly the same worthless .. Here you need to look at the root, change the system, and not the furniture in the institution ..
      1. Svarog
        Svarog 7 October 2020 15: 20
        34
        Quote: paul3390
        It's not about Putin, it's about capitalism

        I agree, but it was in Putin's power to turn on social rails and choose with the people he or the oligarchs, the choice was not in favor of the people.
        1. paul3390
          paul3390 7 October 2020 15: 23
          42
          You know - the further, the more I doubt that Putin initially could have solved anything at all .. It seems that this is just a very successful PR project to create an image of a wise, almighty and kind king. To which many fell for .. But in reality - a vacuum, a Torricellian emptiness ..
          1. Svarog
            Svarog 7 October 2020 15: 24
            23
            Quote: paul3390
            You know - the further, the more I doubt that Putin initially could have solved anything at all .. It seems that this is just a very successful PR project to create an image of a wise, almighty and kind king. To which many fell for .. But in reality - a vacuum, a Torricellian emptiness ..

            I am also, every year more and more convinced of this .. hi
          2. Daniil Konovalenko
            Daniil Konovalenko 7 October 2020 15: 32
            20
            Initially, Putin could have solved something ...
            ... We live in a bourgeois-democratic state, where, like, democratic elections, but the bourgeoisie really rules. GDP is simply a protege of certain financial circles, nothing more. And acts in their interests and for their interests.
            1. paul3390
              paul3390 7 October 2020 15: 34
              14
              “Participation in the bourgeois parliament (which never solves the most serious issues in bourgeois democracy: they are decided by the stock exchange, banks) is barred from the working masses by thousands of enclosures, and the workers perfectly know and feel, see and feel that the bourgeois parliament is a foreign institution, an instrument of oppression of the proletarians by the bourgeoisie , an institution of a hostile class, an exploiting class "
            2. Vladimir B.
              Vladimir B. 7 October 2020 22: 04
              15
              Quote: Daniil Konovalenko
              We live in a bourgeois democratic state

              Bourgeois-oligarchic. The bourgeois democratic system in some European countries, but not here.
          3. Boris ⁣ Shaver
            Boris ⁣ Shaver 7 October 2020 16: 20
            +9
            Quote: paul3390
            the further, the more I doubt that Putin initially could solve at least something ..

            In vain. With the support of the people that he had, it was possible to decide whatever you wanted.
            1. mat-vey
              mat-vey 7 October 2020 16: 38
              18
              Quote: Boris ⁣Razor
              With the support of the people that he had, it was possible to decide whatever you wanted.

              So he decided ... what he wanted ...
              1. Boris ⁣ Shaver
                Boris ⁣ Shaver 7 October 2020 16: 43
                +4
                Quote: mat-vey
                So he decided ... what he wanted ...

                Exactly
            2. Vladimir B.
              Vladimir B. 7 October 2020 22: 04
              10
              Quote: Boris ⁣ Shaver
              you could decide whatever you want.

              It was possible, but did not want to decide. As a result, time is lost forever.
              1. Boris ⁣ Shaver
                Boris ⁣ Shaver 7 October 2020 22: 44
                +1
                Quote: Vladimir B.
                irretrievably

                Time always runs out forever. I have to state this, although the time machine is one of my favorite dreams.
                1. beeper
                  beeper 11 October 2020 23: 42
                  +1
                  Quote: Boris ⁣ Shaver
                  Quote: Vladimir B.
                  irretrievably

                  Time always runs out forever. I have to state this, although the time machine is one of my favorite dreams.

                  hi Has not come yet her time, unfortunately.
          4. evgen1221
            evgen1221 12 October 2020 12: 26
            +1
            Herr Putin in general is squeezed by the system, everything is private and a bunch of saboteurs inside not only the country but also the government. Who should he do something with? Step to the right - the money bags will be thrown off, step to the left - the bags will be dumped and the rabble will hang. So he sits quietly, trying to play with both that and that, but it is much easier to please the population and it is much easier for a bunch of moneybags. In fact, in the country at the wrong time we call stagnation.
      2. Ragnar Lodbrok
        Ragnar Lodbrok 7 October 2020 15: 22
        28
        There is no justice, even a wolf howl ... And the people still believe in the good king and evil boyars)))
        1. apro
          apro 7 October 2020 15: 50
          -6
          Quote: Ragnar lodbrok
          There is no justice, even a wolf howl ... And the people still believe in the good king and evil boyars)))

          What is so gloomy?. Knowledge gives both justice and methods of solution. Only can we use ... ????
          1. Vladimir B.
            Vladimir B. 7 October 2020 22: 06
            12
            Quote: apro
            only can we use ... ????

            We can, but officials do not allow us to use it. Before you can achieve justice, you will have to go through many "circles of hell".
            1. apro
              apro 8 October 2020 01: 09
              -4
              Quote: Vladimir B.
              We can, but officials do not allow us to use it.

              And for what reasons? We do not have the opportunity to organize? Clearly formulate our interests? Do not want to defend our interests? Officials are an instrument of the state, and the state is the spokesman for interests who could achieve the dominance of their interests ...
        2. Vladimir B.
          Vladimir B. 7 October 2020 22: 05
          13
          Quote: Ragnar lodbrok
          And the people believe everything

          Not the people believe, but the people make to believe in the "good tsar and bad boyars" by influencing them through various kinds of media and PR actions called press conferences.
          1. Malyuta
            Malyuta 7 October 2020 22: 19
            16
            Quote: Vladimir B.
            It is not the people who believe, but the people who are forced to believe in the "good tsar and bad boyars" by influencing them through various media and PR actions called press conferences.

            Comrade! You are 100% right !!! Exactly. They came up with a "mask" at the "request" of the population (so as not to drink, not smoke, was a KGBist, tongue hung, young and strong), blinded the "mask" with the necessary biography, promoted in a paper box and voila, a new scribe in the arena.
            20 years lost for the country are exactly those 20 years that were allocated for plundering the country under the sweet broadcasting promises of scrap-zombie media.
            The marked man prepared the ground, the ebn acted as a "Trojan horse", and the scar is completing what he began with his spiritual mentors.
        3. Vadim237
          Vadim237 8 October 2020 12: 26
          -7
          What kind of people is this and the power - even if you change the ranks, at least not bypass, in the end, the same will come and everyone will individually pursue their interests and no matter what beautiful and convincing soap they pour into your ears and hang noodles, your shirt will always be closer to your body ...
          1. evgen1221
            evgen1221 12 October 2020 12: 29
            +1
            Here I agree with you - they were extremely lucky with the population, too submissive and inert, although they themselves are trying to make it this way for a very long time.
      3. Malyuta
        Malyuta 7 October 2020 22: 13
        12
        Quote: paul3390
        It’s not Putin that matters, but capitalism .. Putin is just a talking head, judging by the last few years, nothing is decisive at all .. For no one is paying attention to his formidable instructions and plans.

        Comrade, you are right about capitalism.
        but not quite the head club. Do you have a firm belief that his "pointers" are intended for anyone at all, and are not a lulling background for the plebs?
        I think that not everyone has yet understood the degree of cynicism and treachery of people who have emerged to the top of power in our country.
      4. AUL
        AUL 8 October 2020 14: 35
        +1
        Quote: paul3390
        It's not about Putin, it's about capitalism ..

        But where did you get the idea that we have capitalism? What is going on here is called differently (but obscenely). And the point is just those who created and maintains this situation!
      5. Xnumx vis
        Xnumx vis 9 October 2020 06: 50
        -9
        I read the comments on this article and the impression is that I am on the observer som ya, or the correspondent som ya .. Completely people who hate Russia. Not a single comment trying to figure out the problem .. Frenzied, dull hatred in all comments ... Svido warriors of sofa troops from the kryzhopels and thorns have saddled the Military Review! Something like this ! Shanovna peepers, that chitochi!
    3. yehat2
      yehat2 7 October 2020 15: 22
      16
      But what, before Putin or when Medvedev, who portrayed the president, was somehow smoother?
      no, equality disappeared when Khrushchev began to form privileged castes in society
      Collapse, perestroika and Putin only reinforced and deepened inequality.
      And social justice depends on beliefs and propaganda.
      150 years ago, there were many serfs who were sure that the difference between a master and a serf was just. Now they are trying to drive us into the same stall so that a part of society believes that others should have more rights. And it begins unobtrusively already in schools to the cynical songs "you are incredible and anything is possible."
    4. Daniil Konovalenko
      Daniil Konovalenko 7 October 2020 15: 22
      +3
      Yes, it is not the essence of who rules, the essence is in the system. Let's vote for Platoshkin, he will start building socialism, no. Will be, everything is the same ...
      1. stas
        stas 7 October 2020 16: 12
        -10 qualifying.
        PLUToshkin project of the Kremlin!
        1. Vladimir B.
          Vladimir B. 7 October 2020 22: 07
          +1
          Quote: stas
          PLUToshkin project of the Kremlin!

          good Comrade, I agree with you 100% hi drinks
      2. Vladimir B.
        Vladimir B. 7 October 2020 22: 07
        +6
        Quote: Daniil Konovalenko
        Let's say we vote for Platoshkin, he will start building socialism, no.

        One should vote not for Platoshkin with his "new socialism", even he does not understand, but for the time-tested real communists from the RKWP. Then the restoration of Soviet power will begin.
        1. Boris ⁣ Shaver
          Boris ⁣ Shaver 7 October 2020 22: 56
          0
          Quote: Vladimir B.
          for the time-tested real communists from the RKWP

          Wow modern communists were thrown around. How many parties and parties today dismembered so-and-not sickly, if put together, the communist movement? Is the poor voter confused enough with communist views?
          1. Vadim237
            Vadim237 8 October 2020 12: 29
            0
            There are no communists for a long time - only pseudo-communists and their imitators remained.
            1. Boris ⁣ Shaver
              Boris ⁣ Shaver 8 October 2020 15: 04
              +1
              Quote: Vadim237
              Communists are long gone

              Are you talking about the elected or about the voters?
          2. Vladimir B.
            Vladimir B. 8 October 2020 14: 10
            +4
            Quote: Boris ⁣Razor
            How many parties and parties today dismembered so-and-not sickly, if put together, the communist movement?

            A lot. A lot. Moreover, some parties and parties simply use the name communist, but they are not even close.
            Quote: Boris ⁣Razor
            Is the poor voter confused enough with communist views?

            I cannot answer you this question. I do not know. Probably yes, confused. The whole problem, I think, is that no work is being done to bring our programs to the people. Many games are represented by regular sites, about which (sites) no one knows.
    5. Ragnar Lodbrok
      Ragnar Lodbrok 7 October 2020 15: 39
      0
      By the way, today is the "good tsar" anniversary. Congratulations, do not forget)))
      1. paul3390
        paul3390 7 October 2020 15: 44
        10
        I would be kind - I would celebrate the anniversary by distributing nishtyaks to the people and a dozen stealing boyars on stakes in the middle of Red Square ..
        1. Virus-free crown
          Virus-free crown 7 October 2020 17: 06
          +4
          Quote: paul3390
          I would be kind - I would celebrate the anniversary by distributing nishtyaks to the people and a dozen stealing boyars on stakes in the middle of Red Square ..

          Why are you so angry ?! am
          Enough of the guillotine ... on stakes in the middle of Red Square - it's cruel !!! This is half a day of at least torment ... crying And the West will start howling about the observance of the "rights of the stealing boyars" ... and the guillotine - raaaz !!! and all good We still live in the 21st century !!! laughing We must do everything in a civilized manner !!! bully hi
        2. Charik
          Charik 7 October 2020 18: 06
          +1
          and a volley from Calibers was not a bad fireworks display for him at the beginning of the operation in Syria
    6. vavilon
      vavilon 7 October 2020 16: 12
      0
      And here is Putin?)) The problem is in the liberal-oligarchic system that was established in Russia and in the world and there is no social justice anywhere, but where it was, it was ruthlessly destroyed
      1. 210ox
        210ox 7 October 2020 16: 56
        15
        Yes, it has nothing to do with it. Is always what He was also asked and offered to change social and property relations. LOW! Here is the answer.
    7. TuM0305
      TuM0305 7 October 2020 16: 13
      -7
      And then what will we sit on the couch? Why are these statements if there is no sense?
    8. Galleon
      Galleon 7 October 2020 16: 15
      21
      This is how V.V. Mayakovsky:

      Comrades!
      What is this?
      I used to eat one mouth, but now they eat
      company?

      The republic turned out to be the same king, yes
      only one hundredth.

      Why are you boiling?
      We promised and we share equally:
      one a donut, the other a donut hole.
      This is a democratic republic.
    9. Doccor18
      Doccor18 7 October 2020 17: 04
      +4
      Is there social justice in Russia?

      Yes, but to feel it you need to become an official ..
      1. your1970
        your1970 7 October 2020 18: 40
        +1
        Quote: Doccor18
        Yes, but to feel it you need to become an official..
        - Wellcome !!!!!!
        4 vacancies - including the chief architect of the area !!!
        vacancies have been hanging for 2 years - no for some reason those who want to become an official with a salary of 16 thousand ..........
    10. Prisoner
      Prisoner 7 October 2020 18: 58
      -4
      "Carthage must be destroyed." laughing Under Yeltsin, this very joint venture was unmeasured. GDP has ruled for so long, and it is still only decreasing. Judging by the liberal characteristics, he should have destroyed this mythical joint venture 15 years ago. laughing
      1. Vladimir B.
        Vladimir B. 7 October 2020 22: 08
        10
        Quote: Captive
        he should have destroyed this mythical joint venture 15 years ago.

        He should have been developing social policy for 20 years, and not marking time with it in the same place.
        1. Vadim237
          Vadim237 8 October 2020 12: 32
          -5
          But he did not develop it - from 5 to 7 trillion rubles from the budget are spent on social expenditures every year - but how these funds are operated locally in 85 constituent entities is another question.
    11. gvozdan
      gvozdan 8 October 2020 00: 55
      +3
      10% of the richest people disagree with you or the author of the article. Moreover, the overwhelming majority of people, falling from the category of beggars into the category of 10%, instantly forget about justice and so on.
    12. Vladimir Mashkov
      Vladimir Mashkov 8 October 2020 20: 41
      -1
      An interesting article by Yuri Mikhailovich. Only neither in Russia nor anywhere else in the world there has NEVER been justice. In Russia for 74 years there was a VISIBILITY of justice. Although if we compare today and then, then there was more justice in those 74 years ...
    13. Alexander Shepelev
      Alexander Shepelev 18 October 2020 20: 04
      0
      There is no social justice as our helmsman said. There is only indulgence in the aligarhat .. To say no, a weakly characteristic chtol cannot
  2. g1washntwn
    g1washntwn 7 October 2020 15: 10
    11
    Loud headline. And the question is purely rhetorical in a philosophical sense:
    Is there justice IN GENERAL.
    1. Comrade Kim
      Comrade Kim 7 October 2020 15: 31
      18
      Perhaps we have an economic stratification of the population has reached a truly unprecedented level.
      In fact, 80-87% of the country's wealth is owned by a few people.

      In terms of social injustice,
      Latin America (70 years of the last century), Africa of the times of the man-eating dictator are far behind.

      Our country takes the infamous first place in these parameters.

      Apartments for RUR yards, pillows for RUR 2, yachts for $ 000 for mistresses - this is what the sovereigns are pampered with by banks with 000% of state capital, as well as the heads of state corporations.

      For the bourgeoisie who are now no longer popular (thanks to Bene Yeltsin), the bowels of the earth are still more miraculous.

      The depraved, jaded children of this caste surpassed even the Nazis in their misanthropic statements.
      1. depressant
        depressant 7 October 2020 17: 27
        +8
        Fairness ...
        The choice of the form of justice, since the 90s, is no longer for the working people and, as practice shows, in this historical era, the issue of justice in the form we understand is not solvable. Yesterday, on one of the topics, I mentioned, it seems, 11 prerequisites, which together can lead, if not to revolution, then to rebellion for sure. For, put together, they paint an image of such a blatant injustice, which is understandable to everyone and gets him from one angle or another.

        As a digression, I will note that I was immediately successfully hated. In all seriousness. I read it, marveled at the naivete of the haters and did not answer. After all, the behavior of colleagues to whom I am disgusted fits into the saying "you remember the devil (revolution), and he (she) is right there." Therefore, one must shout "Hurray! .. Hurray! ..", meaning "Holy! Holy!" or "mind me! mind you!" and to wave two fingers off the possibility of rebellion I have outlined.
        In a word, superstition.
        Only from "hurray" in the mouth will not become sweeter, halva will not fly into the mouth. True, it can be assumed that the bastard of halva, shouting "hurray" especially loudly - either by conviction or by position - still got into the mouth. But even if all the people shout "Uraaaa!", They will soon fall silent in disappointment, for they will not find halva falling from the sky. On the contrary! Going out to the Kremlin balcony and looking down, the authorities will say: "They are shouting somehow too loudly ... Consider, they have shouted, raise taxes, or else they won't let you sleep ..." He will say and yawn loudly.
        I would like to ask and ask: what are you playing, screamers? ))

        So that's it. Considering that I am calling for a revolution, my fellow screamers hated me, and I, I repeat, was surprised. But I can imagine how surprised and maybe laughed at the people in the Presidential Administration, who, according to their duty, are supposed to skim through the articles and comments of the VO ...
        Indeed, in their view, the people are not an actor of history. The people can bear any sedition, draw some conclusions of their own, paint 11 reasons as prerequisites for a possible rebellion, but in the end, as the Presidential Administration believes, the people are like a drawbar, where they were turned by propaganda, money, threats, deprivation of work, he went out to that square. In the view of the authorities, the people are a tool, they are also a consumable in inter-clan wars for fat chunks of budget money. It can be taken out into the streets, useful by this, concerned with the central government, and force it to give state investment not to a representative of the ruling clan, but to some other. And then the useful concern will disappear. But even our idea of ​​ourselves as a tool in the inter-clan oligarchic chaos is self-delusion.

        Because our time is up. And even in matters of voting.
        When making certain government decisions, we are generally not taken into account.
        The authorities and the oligarchs of our, and sometimes completely foreign origin, resolve issues of justice or lack thereof among themselves, at their top, through agreements. Nobody will allow us to solve the issue of justice in this way. We have no political instrument. Except for local riots. The riot in Khabarovsk, the current one - in Vladivostok. But will true popular leaders emerge? Or hasn't the new time come yet?
      2. Vadim237
        Vadim237 8 October 2020 12: 38
        -5
        "In fact, 80-87% of the country's wealth is owned by a few people." This is a complete lie. What is "The wealth of the country" is money, minerals, land, cars, maybe architectural monuments, natural resources, infrastructure.
      3. Tatanka Yotanka
        Tatanka Yotanka 8 October 2020 13: 20
        +3
        Quote: Comrade Kim
        (thanks to Bene Yeltsin

        You have gone too far for this character for 20 years, although some of the current Pechenegs still manage to blame)))
    2. Boris ⁣ Shaver
      Boris ⁣ Shaver 7 October 2020 16: 28
      0
      Quote: g1washntwn
      Is there justice GENERAL

      The universe tends to increase entropy (a measure of "disorder"). However, we have been fighting this throughout our history, and the statement that there are no successes here will be untrue.
      So it is with injustice - efforts in this direction reduce the value of this value. Lack of effort - contributes to its growth.
      1. bessmertniy
        bessmertniy 7 October 2020 17: 20
        +4
        We have social justice, but it is that we all have an equal right to two square meters crying or a columbar box. recourse
      2. g1washntwn
        g1washntwn 8 October 2020 08: 41
        -2
        Quote: Boris ⁣Razor
        The universe tends to increase entropy (a measure of "disorder").

        The entropy of the Universe is based on the closedness of the system and its "boundary", which is very similar to the model of the Earth on three elephants. It's just that science today has no other evidence. The speed of light is constant and everyone who thinks otherwise is on the fire. Nature strives for balance, a person violates this balance so that only he can live curly. Within the human species, there is the same struggle and deliberate creation of chaos in order to catch your profit. I agree about labor, a pond and fish, the main thing is not to whimper so much that it will become painfully difficult to fish in this troubled water.
        1. Boris ⁣ Shaver
          Boris ⁣ Shaver 8 October 2020 15: 35
          -1
          Quote: g1washntwn
          It's just that science today has no other evidence.

          To "disprove" something based on "just yet absent evidence" is as convenient as it is also pointless.
          1. g1washntwn
            g1washntwn 9 October 2020 06: 51
            0
            Quote: Boris ⁣Razor
            To "disprove" something based on "just yet absent evidence" is as convenient as it is also pointless.

            As well as to prove.
            ... especially with the minuses in the rating, this only flatters the pride of the "minusers", facts remain facts, and theories remain assumptions.
            1. Boris ⁣ Shaver
              Boris ⁣ Shaver 9 October 2020 15: 08
              -1
              Quote: g1washntwn
              As well as to prove.

              This is because the evidence is quite objective. Within the existing paradigm, of course.

              Quote: g1washntwn
              ... especially the minuses in the rating,

              Ok, let's experiment. Right now I put you a minus. Describe your feelings.
    3. Vladimir B.
      Vladimir B. 7 October 2020 22: 09
      +6
      Quote: g1washntwn
      Is there justice IN GENERAL.

      There is. But it is very difficult to find it.
      1. g1washntwn
        g1washntwn 8 October 2020 08: 46
        +2
        Quote: Vladimir B.
        Is there justice IN GENERAL. There is. But it is very difficult to find it.

        Pessimists disagree with you. Justice - there is an "event horizon" standing on which there is light on one side, and on the other - a black hole, in a simple way, full of smile
  3. paul3390
    paul3390 7 October 2020 15: 11
    21
    No, and cannot be in principle. For capitalism, and it has completely different values ​​and goals. If you want social justice, you have only one option, to return socialism and Soviet power. And under the bourgeoisie - you will be robbed and ripped off ALWAYS.
    1. Uncle lee
      Uncle lee 7 October 2020 15: 17
      11
      Quote: paul3390
      No and cannot be in principle

      1. paul3390
        paul3390 7 October 2020 15: 40
        10
        Social justice ..
        1. Vadim237
          Vadim237 8 October 2020 12: 40
          -4
          Guys who steal cars and take them apart for parts have dirty hands, but the money is definitely not clean.
          1. paul3390
            paul3390 8 October 2020 12: 41
            +2
            Does personal experience suggest? wink
      2. Varyag71
        Varyag71 8 October 2020 09: 00
        +2
        Look at the faces of those who minus
        1. Uncle lee
          Uncle lee 8 October 2020 14: 25
          0
          Quote: Varyag71
          Look at faces
          Those who are at the table are clearly not attending VO, and those with sticks are easy! what
    2. Livonetc
      Livonetc 7 October 2020 15: 21
      0
      Well, if we consider as an option:
      Socialism with the presence of private property.
      This is an option for the development of the People's Republic of China.

      Soviet power, in the form it was under the USSR, collapsed, proving its incapacity.
      You need to sculpt something new.
      How to gradually modify what we have.
      At the same time, not forgetting and not throwing into the landfill what was achieved under Soviet rule.

      Let the path of revolutions remain in the past.
      Our revolution was really great.

      We need to appreciate what we have now and put it in order.
      Stop looking longingly at what may be on the horizon.
      We must live here now.
      hi
      1. paul3390
        paul3390 7 October 2020 15: 28
        13
        The Soviet power collapsed under the LATE USSR .. When outspoken traitors and revisionists came to power with the connivance of the people .. You need to look back at the Stalinist USSR, and not at Gorbachev's, not be remembered by nightfall ..

        As a rule, it can be admitted that as long as the Bolsheviks maintain contact with the broad masses of the people, they will be invincible.On the contrary, should the Bolsheviks break away from the masses and lose contact with them, they should cover themselves with bureaucratic rust so that they lose all strength and become an empty shell.
        I.V. Stalin. Closing remarks at the Plenum of the Central Committee of the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks on March 5, 1937

        “The collapse of socialism in some countries does not mean the death of socialism as a science, but the defeat of opportunism, which led to the degeneration of socialism.
        Due to the fault of the opportunists, socialism is temporarily experiencing difficult ups and downs, but due to its scientific nature and truthfulness, it will certainly be revived.
        and will achieve the final victory "
        ... - Kim Jong Il


        “To sweep away the USSR and the CPSU, Lenin and Stalin is a pernicious historical nihilism. The USSR collapsed, and the CPSU suffered a collapse because their ideals and beliefs after Stalin were gradually reduced to naught. "
        ... Xi Jinping
      2. Woodman
        Woodman 7 October 2020 15: 33
        0
        Quote: Livonetc
        Well, if we consider as an option:
        Socialism with the presence of private property.
        This is an option for the development of the People's Republic of China.

        Of the leading countries of the world, only China (46,9) and Israel (42,8) are ahead of Russia in terms of social inequality,

        Something like this ...
        Quote: Livonetc
        We need to appreciate what we have now and put it in order.
        Stop looking longingly at what may be on the horizon.
        We must live here now.

        It is not easy "to live here and now", but to live according to conscience.
      3. tatra
        tatra 7 October 2020 15: 53
        +2
        Well, yes, according to the cowardly "logic" of the enemies of the communists, the responsibility for your counter-revolution in Perestroika, for all your "color revolutions" on the territory of the former USSR, is borne not by you, but by those from whom you are taking power.
      4. vavilon
        vavilon 7 October 2020 16: 22
        +8
        The Soviet Union collapsed not because of its unviability, but because of its mediocre leaders who were not able to carry out social economic reforms.
      5. Svarog
        Svarog 7 October 2020 16: 35
        +3
        Well, if we consider as an option:
        Socialism with the presence of private property.

        A variant of socialism with private property Platoshkin proposes .. a criminal case was brought against him .. I think that those who have steamships, factories .. will not want to revise anything at all and they do not need socialism in any form .. They need to rob and fill their pockets to the last drop of oil, gas .. or a Russian citizen ..
        1. depressant
          depressant 7 October 2020 21: 38
          +3
          Do you know what economists say?
          They all agree that the time for the growth of the surplus value of the product on the scale of the entire world economy is over. And political scientists answer them: since it is impossible to start a big world war in order to fix this matter, then through digitalization total control will be established over every hard worker in every country. This is in order to squeeze the last juices out of the entire planetary mass of laborers with countless, well-collected taxes, and thereby maintain that very surplus value of the product for a certain period of time. In simple terms, to further increase the capital of billionaire bloodsuckers. This is what you are talking about. What will happen next, one can only guess ...

          And in this political and economic situation, the notorious democracy will simply dissolve, as it never existed. And together with it, the leaders of the old naive-democratic persuasion will disappear, which we observe in relation to the mentioned Platoshkin, as well as Grudinin and all others who are not attracted by the role of scenery in the play called "Democratic Elections". For security reasons, leaders will no longer appear who sincerely, from a pure heart, from an altruistic impulse and natural empathy, and also from the understanding that a sealed cauldron cannot be boiled, will load our brains with the rights and needs of a simple hard worker and strain the ruling elite with the same ... The time of such leaders is running out, in fact, gone. The authorities will play in the appearance of democracy for some time, and that's all. Timelessness awaits us, the complete absence of any tribunes caring for the people. The laboring masses producing this accursed added value are only allowed to make spontaneous riots, which are necessarily brutally suppressed ...

          We are already seeing the signs of the coming era. You can say as long as you like that the yellow vests are a revolt of the Arab settlers, but then why did the indigenous French join them en masse? The same amount of time can be spent talking about the fact that the uprising of the population in America is a riot of stoned blacks directed by the Democrats against Trump, but then why is the white population joining the riot, not at all suffering from adherence to one or another political party? The spontaneous riots of the indigenous population of Germany are not even covered by the German press, but they are. Or the riot of the population in Kyrgyzstan, caused by indignation that one candidate is the president's brother, and the second is the customs boss who bought votes. The funny thing is that having taken money from that boss, the Kyrgyz went to rebellion against him, mind you, spontaneously.
          There is an era of awareness among the laboring masses that even without a leader they are a collective capable of changing reality, even if this so far in many cases turns out to be ineffectual and crooked. And it can be assumed that over time, despite total digital control and surveillance, leaders will emerge who will be able to use a much higher than the current degree of collectivism of the population to defend it, the population, and fair demands.
          The end of the liberal era means the end of the disunity of the working masses.
      6. Boris ⁣ Shaver
        Boris ⁣ Shaver 7 October 2020 16: 35
        -1
        Quote: Livonetc
        development variant of the People's Republic of China

        The PRC option is a concentration camp for the benefit of the Oligarch. When both the country and its people (which is actually completely deprived of property) are owned by a handful of oligarchs.
        Want to work for a dorm room and a bowl of noodles for Uncle Ma? Move to China. And here we need other options.
    3. Cyril G ...
      Cyril G ... 7 October 2020 15: 22
      +2
      Quote: paul3390
      No, and cannot be in principle.

      Forgot to add, under capitalism .....
  4. Greenwood
    Greenwood 7 October 2020 15: 16
    17
    Putinoids will run in and it will start: "the author is a loser, you are a loser criticizing all suckers and losers, you do not know how to make money, you envy successful people, you do not want to do anything, we have CO-CO-CO-capitalism, Raseyavstalaskalen, look how many Lexuses are in the yards, you did not fit into the market "
    1. Ragnar Lodbrok
      Ragnar Lodbrok 7 October 2020 15: 24
      25
      Yeah ... Go to work your still favorite with them ...
      I have worked all my life, and what have I gained? Nothing, my pension is not enough for medicine.
      1. Alexey Sommer
        Alexey Sommer 7 October 2020 15: 47
        -6
        I want to ask you a personal question, but publicly ..
        Pensioner Ragnar, please tell us how you can get such a rating on 600 comments, without publications?
        Very interesting for working people!
        It seems to have run over your comets.
        Don't write anything abstruse.
        Support team, or just twinks?
        1. paul3390
          paul3390 7 October 2020 16: 23
          +8
          Envy dries up the soul and heart .. wink
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        2. Galleon
          Galleon 7 October 2020 16: 47
          12
          I will be in charge of my esteemed Viking colleague. It is disgusting to make excuses on my own, I know from myself, especially when there is no guilt behind you.
          It's not just the number of comments, Alexey, but also their content. There is a commentator who has nothing in his comments except short fragmentary phrases like barking, and already a lieutenant general. There are a lot of such comments, one sentence at a time. The main thing there is: contempt for enemies and drown for Russia. Another rating option, as I understood a little, is to write well thought out thoughts. It’s not easy to shake off what came to mind, but according to G.K., Chesterton: Philosophy is nothing more than a thought, thought out to the end. It's not always fun and easy to think of it. But there is no way out: otherwise, you will have to apply half-thought thoughts... There are commentators whose statements I am very attentive to precisely because of their well thought out thoughts. So if you have any special attention to the rating (you poked someone that his opinion is negative and therefore his opinion is worthless) - choose and do as you know.
          1. Alexey Sommer
            Alexey Sommer 7 October 2020 18: 55
            -7
            Quote: Galleon
            It is disgusting to make excuses on my own, I know from myself, especially when there is no fault behind you.

            I don't want to develop the discussion.
            But I will note that in my opinion, there are unconditional markups.
            You don't need to convince me. On the site since 2011. I know perfectly well what I'm talking about. hi
    2. tatra
      tatra 7 October 2020 15: 58
      14
      You be careful, for the second word in your comment I was banned here for several months. And the paid propagandists of Putin write exactly what the authorities need, and through them the authorities have proved that they are contemptuous and spiteful towards those who want order, justice, justice.
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  6. Daniil Konovalenko
    Daniil Konovalenko 7 October 2020 15: 24
    +5
    Under capitalism, especially under Russian capitalism, there can be no social justice.
    1. bessmertniy
      bessmertniy 7 October 2020 17: 23
      0
      Isn't two square meters for each - this is not social justice !? what
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  9. iouris
    iouris 7 October 2020 15: 34
    +4
    What is "justice"? - Read the Communist Manifesto.
    1. Vadim237
      Vadim237 8 October 2020 12: 44
      -4
      What is "justice" For the communists, this is when you create wealth - you give the state to them at their discretion and disposal, and the benefits remain with you.
  10. apro
    apro 7 October 2020 15: 47
    -18 qualifying.
    What words ... remembered. And for what? Did they want bloody Jewish Bolsheviks? Russian Orthodox faith is a support for everything. The market will decide everything.
    Social justice, as well as expediency, all come from the USSR. And fulfilled certain tasks of that society and state. But today Russia is a completely different state and a different goal-setting. And society as a whole welcomes. Dissatisfied with the amount of universal equivalent in the form of money. And for the market. for the right to set prices. for private property. because this is so closer and understandable to a simple ... and not an ordinary Russian ... after all, his shirt is always closer to his body.
    And the search for justice ... but everyone has their own. As well as the benefit. And you always want someone to owe it ... for just that. many do not want and cannot.
  11. Sancho_SP
    Sancho_SP 7 October 2020 15: 52
    +3
    There is no justice anywhere, everywhere there is the right of the strong.
  12. Sancho_SP
    Sancho_SP 7 October 2020 15: 52
    0
    There is no justice anywhere, everywhere there is the right of the strong.
    1. vvnab
      vvnab 7 October 2020 16: 37
      0
      There is no justice anywhere, everywhere there is the right of the strong.

      ... so it's time to realize your power
      1. Sancho_SP
        Sancho_SP 7 October 2020 23: 48
        0
        It won't really change anything. All the same, the relatively strong will be weak and everything will turn in a circle.
  13. Alien From
    Alien From 7 October 2020 16: 09
    0
    Its (justice) is nowhere to be found.
  14. Boris ⁣ Shaver
    Boris ⁣ Shaver 7 October 2020 16: 17
    +6
    since the state share in the share capital of Rosneft is 50%

    You have outdated information. While the coronavirus was "raging", something specifically changed. The state no longer holds a 50% stake in Rosneft. Why didn't anyone pay attention to this? I can't imagine
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  16. zontov79
    zontov79 7 October 2020 16: 24
    +8
    According to Putin, 70% of Russia's population is middle class)
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  20. Virus-free crown
    Virus-free crown 7 October 2020 16: 29
    +8
    Property stratification in Russia from the article
    How Russian officials live the same from the article

    I bought my dacha (where I will not finish the "summer season" for another week) I bought 15 years ago ...
    Nearby, in the neighborhood, at that time an ordinary lieutenant of the traffic police bought a plot ...

    Well, I (with an official WHITE income of 100.000 rubles), of course, arranged my dacha ... But this is NOT !!! is in no way compared to the "white-stone castle", which otrohali himself already the deputy head of the traffic police - although - OFFICIALLY !!! he was getting "pennies" compared to me for the last 15 years laughing

    Question: where is "social justice" here ?! wassat

    The answer is given in the article:

    The majority of the population is outraged not so much by the high salaries and incomes of the bureaucracy as by the undeservedness and illegitimacy of receiving them.
    1. Charik
      Charik 7 October 2020 18: 21
      +6
      so the Police Inspectors of the Road Regulation are nightingales-robbers on the roads, not only do the People provide them-from and to-so they still for the People's money-rob the People on the roads
      1. Virus-free crown
        Virus-free crown 7 October 2020 18: 33
        +4
        Quote: Charik
        so Police Traffic Inspectors- these are nightingales-robbers on the roads - not only do the People provide them-from and to-so they still for the People's money-rob the People on the roads

        From a LEGAL point of view - my highlighted in bold the category of officials is those people who live on the taxes of citizens of the Russian Federation ... including mine good tongue And I still don't understand why they live better than those on whose money they should live ?! belay
        1. Charik
          Charik 8 October 2020 12: 25
          +2
          That's exactly "live" and "work" and manage to "earn" -and must serve-the people who are numerous in our country and constitute a multinational state.
        2. Vadim237
          Vadim237 8 October 2020 12: 46
          -4
          Well, probably because these officials are at most 10000 for the whole of Russia with millions of salaries - and tens of millions of people pay taxes.
        3. Charik
          Charik 8 October 2020 12: 56
          0
          https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A5pFjzvv6UQ как тяжело работать в полиции
    2. Boris ⁣ Shaver
      Boris ⁣ Shaver 7 October 2020 21: 48
      -1
      Quote: Corona without virus
      with an official WHITE income of 100.000 rubles

      Why do you keep writing this? This is strange.
      1. Virus-free crown
        Virus-free crown 7 October 2020 21: 51
        0
        Quote: Boris ⁣ Shaver
        Quote: Corona without virus
        with an official WHITE income of 100.000 rubles

        Why do you keep writing this? This is strange.

        There are just a lot of some here who think that I am a lumpen teenager 16 years old laughing
        1. Boris ⁣ Shaver
          Boris ⁣ Shaver 7 October 2020 22: 25
          0
          Quote: Corona without virus
          there are many here who think that I am a lumpen teenager 16 years old

          So what prevents a teenager from earning this money?
          Or, especially since it prevents him from writing about what earns them?
  21. parusnik
    parusnik 7 October 2020 16: 30
    +5
    Again, an official, an official is different. There are municipal and state employees. So go to the local administration, how many people, but in reality, there are at least municipal officials, and the rest are hired workers. Accordingly, the salary is different. The same is the case at state unitary enterprises. Such social justice. And when they say that they say that officials have been laid off, they mean the reduction of positions that fall under the concept of a municipal employee. The municipality was dismissed, but an employee appeared in his place.
  22. Lekz
    Lekz 7 October 2020 16: 45
    0
    It's funny. Why not ask where is heaven on Earth? And to conclude that there is no paradise in Russia because there is United Russia and Putin.
  23. veritas
    veritas 7 October 2020 16: 47
    +6
    Is there social justice in Russia?

    The question sounds like a mockery. The most socially just state was the USSR. More than in the history of mankind, there was nothing better in terms of social justice.
  24. veritas
    veritas 7 October 2020 16: 47
    +3
    Is there social justice in Russia?

    The question sounds like a mockery. The most socially just state was the USSR. More than in the history of mankind, there was nothing better in terms of social justice.
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  26. Mishka78
    Mishka78 7 October 2020 16: 51
    -8
    A very superficial article, to be honest. Fundamentally it is correct, but if you look in particular, then there are a lot of erroneous figures, a lot of wrong conclusions, there are fundamentally wrong initial postulates.

    I have a private opinion, for example, on the income of high-ranking officials. They should be high. Those. the salary for the head of the region, say, 5 million rubles a month is quite adequate for me. Even if the average salary in his region is 30 thousand? those. the difference is 150-200 times. People who make decisions worth hundreds of millions every day should not be poor. But at the same time, for the slightest suspicion of corruption and receiving a bribe for their work, they should be removed from this work, each case should be investigated and, upon confirmation of the fact, imprisoned with confiscation of property. Incl. and a family that suddenly became successful businessmen.
    1. AUL
      AUL 9 October 2020 00: 48
      +1
      Quote: Mishka78
      Those. the salary for the head of the region, say, 5 million rubles a month is quite adequate for me. Even if the average salary in his region is 30 thousand? those. the difference is 150-200 times. People who make decisions worth hundreds of millions every day should not be poor.

      Do they benefit us 5 lemons a month? After all, we are paying them these 5 lemons!
      1. EvilLion
        EvilLion 14 October 2020 16: 32
        0
        Maybe they bring, or maybe not, then they are removed. But objectively, they have such an opportunity within the framework of the issued powers.
  27. Egoza
    Egoza 7 October 2020 17: 02
    +1
    "Justice? What a word? I've never heard such a thing!" Can you tell me who can say that in Russia?
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    1. vavilon
      vavilon 7 October 2020 17: 56
      0
      And you did not pay attention to the fact that, for example, in the West, all demonstrations are held with the demand to resolve economic and social issues, and for some reason we always have demonstrations only after elections and always with calls for a change in the constitutional order? ...
      And why now, if we live so badly, no one calls to take to the streets to demonstrate?
      As for me, our trade union movements are not at all developed
      but for the provocateur Navalny and the people like him, this is just a tool with the help of which people like him can come to power, but then no one will seem a little.
      And now we need to take to the streets and not wait for elections and demand a revision of the privatization of the 90s, the nationalization of all natural resources and key strategic enterprises that will bring profit to the budget and not to the oligarch's pocket
      Then more or less social justice will prevail.
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  41. fa2998
    fa2998 7 October 2020 17: 15
    +3
    Quote: vavilon
    And what has Putin to do with it?)) The problem is in the liberal-oligarchic system that has been established

    Or maybe the same Putin installed this system? And periodically supported, updated! Who created the system when the law, for some, only a piece of paper? And who cemented that administrative resource when elections cause only a smile, or only swear words?
    Moreover, in many post-Soviet countries such systems flourish. And when after the next "clean elections" the patience of the people spills out onto the streets, then we are looking for agents of the State Department, the fifth column and traitors to the homeland. And the government itself, headed by the president, does not want to critically look at their affairs. ?! hi
  42. fa2998
    fa2998 7 October 2020 17: 15
    +1
    Quote: vavilon
    And what has Putin to do with it?)) The problem is in the liberal-oligarchic system that has been established

    Or maybe the same Putin installed this system? And periodically supported, updated! Who created the system when the law, for some, only a piece of paper? And who cemented that administrative resource when elections cause only a smile, or only swear words?
    Moreover, in many post-Soviet countries such systems flourish. And when after the next "clean elections" the patience of the people spills out onto the streets, then we are looking for agents of the State Department, the fifth column and traitors to the homeland. And the government itself, headed by the president, does not want to critically look at their affairs. ?! hi
  43. fa2998
    fa2998 7 October 2020 17: 15
    +1
    Quote: vavilon
    And what has Putin to do with it?)) The problem is in the liberal-oligarchic system that has been established

    Or maybe the same Putin installed this system? And periodically supported, updated! Who created the system when the law, for some, only a piece of paper? And who cemented that administrative resource when elections cause only a smile, or only swear words?

    Moreover, in many post-Soviet countries such systems flourish. And when after the next "clean elections" the patience of the people spills out onto the streets, then we are looking for agents of the State Department, the fifth column and traitors to the homeland. And the government itself, headed by the president, does not want to critically look at their affairs. ?! hi
  44. fa2998
    fa2998 7 October 2020 17: 15
    0
    Quote: vavilon
    And what has Putin to do with it?)) The problem is in the liberal-oligarchic system that has been established

    Or maybe the same Putin installed this system? And periodically supported, updated! Who created the system when the law, for some, only a piece of paper? And who cemented that administrative resource when elections cause only a smile, or only swear words?

    Moreover, in many post-Soviet countries such systems flourish. And when after the next "clean elections" the patience of the people spills out onto the streets, then we are looking for agents of the State Department, the fifth column and traitors to the homeland. And the government itself, headed by the president, does not want to critically look at their affairs. ?! hi
  45. fa2998
    fa2998 7 October 2020 17: 15
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    Quote: vavilon
    And what has Putin to do with it?)) The problem is in the liberal-oligarchic system that has been established

    Or maybe the same Putin installed this system? And periodically supported, updated! Who created the system when the law, for some, only a piece of paper? And who cemented that administrative resource when elections cause only a smile, or only swear words?

    Moreover, in many post-Soviet countries such systems flourish. And when after the next "clean elections" the patience of the people spills out onto the streets, then we are looking for agents of the State Department, the fifth column and traitors to the homeland. And the government itself, headed by the president, does not want to critically look at their affairs. ?! hi
  46. samarin1969
    samarin1969 7 October 2020 17: 35
    -5
    Under the myth of "social justice" you can only ditch Russia a couple more times. In reality, it has never been, is not and never will be. Among the "revolutionaries", unscrupulous people will always find ways to eliminate the "dreamers." And then they will hand over the property to the "new elites."
    In countries with a patriotic elite, the rich and the poor do not live in harmony. But "with them" the state does not turn into a "rusty Titanic".
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  50. Charik
    Charik 7 October 2020 18: 03
    +5
    average salary in the country 48,3 is nonsense
    1. g1washntwn
      g1washntwn 8 October 2020 08: 52
      +1
      Why not? The statistics are as follows: