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What happened in Talgar



To bury and keep are words, perhaps even of the same root. "Love for fatherly graves" - I was not the first to say about it, I am not the first to remind about it.

But just the other day in my native, cozy and quiet Kazakhstani town of Talgar, a disaster happened, but no - a real disaster. Although this happens today almost everywhere, and regardless of in which country and under what government. Something has changed in people and especially, it seems, in those who, by the will of fate, were at the top.

So, in Talgar, local officials - bureaucrats, you cannot say otherwise, sold an attractive plot of land along with the grave of the Great Patriotic War veteran Alkhanbek Malkeyev located on it.

Rumor has it that soon this wonderful in all respects, almost paradise corner next to the highway crowded with cars will be indescribably transformed: a gas station will appear, a cafe will be opened nearby, and motley people will be pounded.

Yes, all this can be beautiful, but what about the grave? The saint is not only for me - the fellow countryman of batyr Alkhanbek, but also for very many. The grave where a man, poet, composer, deputy of the Supreme Soviet of the Kazakh SSR of the IV convocation (1955-1959) is buried, finally - a war hero, with which he returned as an order bearer, safe and sound.


But it can simply be buried, as is often the case, and if there are relatives, they will ask to be reburied. But already, apparently, without any special honors.

You might say that this is happening in Kazakhstan, but not in Russia. I assure you that such lawlessness is happening everywhere and everywhere these days. And this happens when decent amounts of money are at stake, and numerous zeros immediately begin to spin in the heads of corrupt officials in power.

But it was in the modest Talgar that the units of the legendary 316th Panfilov division were once formed, whose fighters so heroically showed themselves in the battles near Moscow. Its commander himself fell from an enemy mine when there was a battle near the village of Gusenevo on November 18, 1941, not having time to see how his division, along with others, drove the Nazis away from the capital.

You probably remember 28 Panfilovites. Yes, in recent years, pseudo-historians, together with the writing and filming brethren, have spawned a lot of tales about the fact that they did not exist at all, and all these are inventions of one journalist from Krasnaya Zvezda and so on, so on.

Yes, but what about the fighting of the Red Army 1073rd Infantry Regiment Talgar, who did not allow the Nazis to break through to Moscow? A front-line soldier and writer Baurzhan Momyshuly received the title of Hero of the Soviet Union in our time, after he was buried.


His name was given not only to the streets and villages in his native Kazakhstan, but also to the 1912 school of Zelenograd - very close to the very village of Kryukovo, where Panfilov's men heroically fought. His feat, as well as his works about battles-conflagrations, about friends-comrades, is not forgotten!

And my father Fyodor Aleksandrovich Malyutin is an artillery officer who fought and was shell-shocked in the battle for the capital. This cannot be erased from memory in any way! But that's what I think.

Open up your empty eyes


All over it is felt that the officials from the Talgar city administration have a completely different vision, a different vision. There is a piece of land, a wasteland, well, some kind of grave, why not sell it ...

Not everything is for sale, not everything is bought

Remember, in Chingiz Aitmatov's great book "And the day lasts longer than a century", the image of a mankurt is written out, a man who lost his memory and after a while did not know who he was and where he was from, did not remember his father and mother, let alone stories as such, it is not necessary to speak. Such people forget everything and spit on everything, if they just fall for power.

In my Russian village of Svyatovo in the Yaroslavl region, which became a second homeland, there was once a rebuilt church along with an equipped churchyard. It was named in honor of the Sign of the Most Holy Theotokos, and the chapel with it - in the name of St. Basil the Great.

A healing spring gushed out from under the ground nearby. He was also called a saint, and the one who washed himself with crystal clear water got rid of all diseases. But the revolution broke out, the temple was dismantled and a flax factory was rebuilt from its stones. And the churchyard was dug down and dwelling houses were built out of place.

And even the spring, which could still give people priceless water, was covered with waste of human activity. Today the plant is practically bent down, there is no store, no post office, no first-aid post in the village, the lights go out periodically, because rotten pillars are falling, there is no gas, the highway is all in holes ...

And so after all, almost everywhere in Russia, wherever you go and go. You just need to take a closer look. Thousands of villages and villages are leaving, abandoned and destroyed churches are leaving.

Forgive us, batyr


But back to Alkhanbek Malkeyev himself. Today we are all advanced, and each of us is constantly looking for something on the Internet. Here is a Talgar official - take, and type the name and surname of the respected person Malkeyev, who was born in the land of ancestors and glorified this wonderful land - Kazakhstan with his deeds and his feat.

Well, if you have never been to Talgar and have not seen these mountain beauties, no worse than the Swiss ones, where the President of Russia Vladimir Putin, together with the President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev, sometimes looked, then you have missed a lot in your life.

Batyr Alkhanbek Malkeyev himself fought bravely and courageously during the Great Patriotic War. In 1941, he went to the front, smashed the enemy without mercy, roused the soldiers to attack, and he himself often personally set fire to Tanks and destroyed the enemy's manpower.

It is easy to find out about his awards on the website "The feat of the people", where it is written that the batyr Alkhanbek ended the war near Koenigsberg - on the 1st Baltic Front, in the 101st special rifle brigade of the 60th rifle corps of the 4th shock army.

Malkeyev was in battles until the days of May 1945, returned from the war as a major and with the Order of the Red Banner. How could one possibly encroach on this man's grave?

I think the passions will subside soon. The people will not allow to offend the memory of the one who defended them. Officials from the city of Talgar, naturally, should be punished. And everyone else who is in power must be punished: this cannot be done in the future. In order not to become mankurt in the future - people without memory!
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  1. Svarog
    Svarog 16 November 2020 10: 06
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    Capitalism and commodity-money relations have turned everything into a commodity, including people and the memory of the most worthy citizens ..
  2. Hunter 2
    Hunter 2 16 November 2020 10: 11
    10
    Yeah. The author is a fine fellow for covering this (I can't even find the words) Game. Continue to keep us updated as it develops. Hopefully, reason and honor will prevail! The burial site has not been touched.
    Eternal memory to the Heroes of All Nationalities, who tore off the head of a Nazi reptile!
  3. tihonmarine
    tihonmarine 16 November 2020 10: 19
    +6
    And so after all, almost everywhere in Russia, wherever you go and go. You just need to take a closer look. Thousands of villages and villages are leaving, abandoned and destroyed churches are leaving.
    It's the same everywhere, both in Transbaikalia, where I was born, and in the Smolensk region, where my parents lived in recent years, the same picture, schools are closed, churches are being destroyed. I can't look without tears.
  4. Avior
    Avior 16 November 2020 10: 21
    10
    It is not entirely clear why the veteran's grave ended up in such a strange place.

    As for the sold plot, in Kazakhstan they write that they transferred it to private ownership long ago.
    ... Indeed, in February 2006, on the basis of a decree of the district akim, the site was transferred to private ownership for the construction of a shop, a car wash and a cafe with a summer terrace. In 2012, the land from the previous owner was inherited by his relative "

    It is not clear why the question was raised just now?
  5. Andrei from Chelyabinsk
    Andrei from Chelyabinsk 16 November 2020 10: 32
    14
    Purely theoretically ... although this should be avoided by all means, a situation is still possible when the need for reburial arises. Nevertheless, a person died a long time ago, since then a lot has changed. And if something like that happens to a war veteran, you have to do it humanly. Remove the remains with all the required ceremonial, put them in a new coffin, on a gun carriage, with flowers and appropriate accompaniment, deliver them to the final resting place, return the remains to the ground with the sound of fireworks. And erect a monument worthy of a great ancestor.
  6. Daniil Konovalenko
    Daniil Konovalenko 16 November 2020 10: 40
    +5
    I think the passions will subside soon. The people will not allow to offend the memory of the one who defended them.
    ... So the passions go? Is the question being resolved?
    1. Avior
      Avior 16 November 2020 10: 50
      +4
      Already decided practically. The authorities are taking the land from the current owner, now in the process of re-registering.
      ... In early autumn, we negotiated the return of the land plot with the owner, negotiated the conditions, and now a package of necessary documents is being prepared.

      There is practically no doubt that the ashes of Alkhanbek Malkeyev will rest on state land, but the question of whether the grave will be properly cared for remains open.

      Therefore, the question arises - why the question arose right now, and how did it happen that the grave ended up in such a strange place, in fact, on a vacant lot?

      Now they will put in order, while there is a noise, and then what?
      Is it not more correct to transfer the veteran's ashes with all the honors?
      1. Daniil Konovalenko
        Daniil Konovalenko 16 November 2020 11: 21
        +3
        It was probably more correct to reburial ..
  7. BISMARCK94
    BISMARCK94 16 November 2020 10: 47
    +6
    It is a little incomprehensible why they buried them not in the cemetery ... It is necessary to bury a worthy man and warrior with all the honors!
    1. beeper
      beeper 17 November 2020 10: 17
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      Quote: BISMARCK94
      It is a little incomprehensible why they buried them not in the cemetery ... It is necessary to bury a worthy man and warrior with all the honors!

      hi Apparently there was a cemetery there before ?! winked
  8. Free wind
    Free wind 16 November 2020 11: 06
    +2
    and we have the same thing, according to the law 50 years after the last burial, the cemetery can be destroyed. Reburying is normal, it seems there are no problems. Search engines overwhelm mass graves and reburial the remains, no one has any questions. The burial place is strange, of course.
    1. Asad
      Asad 16 November 2020 11: 18
      +2
      Maybe they wanted to make a square, benches, paths. Well, they never did it until the end. Of course it is necessary to be reburied, with honors with an orchestra! And invite the young to remember!
  9. BAI
    BAI 16 November 2020 13: 39
    +2
    Judging by the photo, someone else must be buried nearby. Not buried or already seized?
    1. beeper
      beeper 17 November 2020 10: 05
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      Quote: BAI
      Judging by the photo, someone else must be buried nearby. Not buried or already seized?

      hi Apparently it was the old city cemetery and all the rest, wooden and metal, crosses, "pyramids" and "sailboats" with fences, the "new owners" have already demolished (giving the site a "marketable appearance", preparing for sale and "cleaning" for building) and handed over to scrap metal, and this "under control" marble monument of a famous person was spared for the time being (probably, fearing "public outcry" - because not all old veterans have died and prosecution, counting on general destructive post-Soviet "trends" in the anti-Soviet "ideology" of the bourgeois "new authorities", or during construction "accidentally hooked with a bulldozer" and without a trace already demolished "in working order" - we have the authorities in Ukraine, and the private traders "closely tied" with it did so, easily "decommunized "mass graves of the 20s and the times of the Great Patriotic War since the early 1990s, from the very beginning of" independence "?!) ?! winked
  10. pereselenec
    pereselenec 16 November 2020 16: 21
    0
    So, in Talgar, local officials - bureaucrats, you cannot say otherwise, sold an attractive plot of land along with the grave of the Great Patriotic War veteran Alkhanbek Malkeyev located on it.


    Say more thanks that bureaucrats did not sprinkle the road with the veteran ...



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