Military Review

Goodbye Britain

95
I. To Australia, for the British spirit


In Britain, sociologists, one after another, conduct public opinion polls, and the Interior Ministry in a panic considers those who sell real estate, collect manatki, buy a plane ticket and fly off to Australia or Canada for permanent residence.

An increasing number of Britons, complaining about the bad weather — fogs, you know, rains, then fogs again — now high taxes, now wrong policies, now rude officials, then something else, they decide that former Britain anymore, and we must look for the remnants of British honor and the British spirit somewhere over the seas-oceans. And they are looking for, and their children are not willing to live in their homeland, but where the British spirit smells.

A recent sociological study at the University of Huddersfield (a thousand middle-class families were surveyed) allowed us to find out where, why, and why modern Britons are trying to emigrate. It turns out the British Are looking for “New homeland” in those countries where they live easier and more calmly, where they turn from pessimists into optimists, where the quality of life is higher and where they still remember what “good old British values” and “community spirit” are. All this in the first place they find in Adelaide.

Researchers have found that nearly two thirds of families want to emigrate due to the poor climate of their home country, the rudeness of the local people and the intolerable stupidity of mass culture. At the same time, respondents do not like the economic downturn in Britain, the high cost of housing and the "loss of the spirit of community and good neighborliness" in their homeland.

Many families admitted that they would like their children to grow up in a country with a strong sense of community than the pathetic parody of him that remained in the UK.

Every third family of respondents would like to go to Australia. Further, respectively, are the United States, New Zealand, Canada and European countries (Spain, France, Italy). That is, the British are not afraid of even the economic crisis in the same Spain.

But when you study these studies, the picture becomes clear. It turns out that the main factor that drives the British out of their homeland is ... bad weather. Almost 60% of respondents noted this reason for emigration as the first number.

Slightly less than half of those surveyed cited the reason for the alleged departure as a recession. Four out of ten respondents want housing to be cheaper and more affordable. More than a third stressed the point “bad manners” and the loss of the spirit of community.

Nine out of ten British parents said they wanted their children to live in a country without that popular culture that they were “obsessed with celebrities” and could have healthy relationships built on optimism and faith in a happy future.

“The comparative prosperity of our nation and children is the basis of our“ British ”feeling,” said the speaker and author of the study, Professor Paul Ward. “However, the loss of this position in the global economy prompts many Britons to reconsider their views on permanent residence.”

According to him, many migrants choose the places to live that were once founded by British settlers. There, people consider, the main British values ​​still remained, or at least some resemblance to them remained. In addition, potential migrants are interested in security issues in the “new homeland”, as well as investments by local governments in health care, education and transport. He added that, obviously, the British are looking for a place where it is warmer.

By the way, the report was called "When the British built Adelaide, they wanted to build a better UK." The professor suggested that "the good old British values ​​and the spirit of community" just thrive in Australia, which is confirmed by research data. According to the government of South Australia, the “demand” among British migrants has already significantly exceeded the “supply”.

Not surprisingly, the Australian government in this situation seeks to attract to a country of highly skilled immigrants.

Matt Johnson from South Australia (Deputy General Migration Agent) said that the study showed the aspirations of the British people. “The British,” he said, “are really interested in Australia.”

According to the Herald Sun, about 25.000 Britons emigrate to Australia every year, but many return home - partly because they lack their families living 10.000 kilometers away. Between 2005 and 2010 almost 30 percent of Britons who emigrated to Australia returned to their homeland.

Ii. From Thatcher to Cameron: More harm than good

Thatcher, Major and Blair did more harm than good, and Brown and Cameron made the British life unbearable. This is one of the conclusions. another study (“The Sun”), also dedicated to migration issues, but conducted six months before Prof. Ward’s survey.

Research data complement each other well. In April 2012, almost half of the British respondents “seriously considered” the question of going abroad. And Australia occupied the top line of the “hit parade” of the respondents. It was followed by the USA, Canada and New Zealand.

Goodbye Britain
“Do you think the quality of life of a generation of your children will be better or worse than yours?” 59% of respondents say: “Worse”


The most common reasons for emigration were: the high cost of living in Britain, the poor climate, unemployment and crime.

12 and 13 April 1650 adults were surveyed. (Numbers do not always add up to 100 percent - because some questions were allowed several answers).

The family from Barrow-in-Furness said in desperation that they see very well how the UK has become softened: the policy of government handouts, not opportunities, is now being implemented. 42-year-old Dave said: "I have to do everything for my children, and I feel in myself opportunities, and I want for them what’s not here in the UK."

The survey showed that most Britons agree with this statement. Three fifths of respondents believe that the quality of life in Britain will be worse for their children than for themselves. And only 13 percent think their children will be better.

Six percent of the respondents are already making active plans for emigration, and 42 percent say they are ready to seriously consider such plans. That is, 48% are ready to leave the country in search of a better life.

The first reason for leaving was the too high cost of living in Britain (52% of responses).

English bad weather was noted by 37 percent of respondents.

Because of problems with jobs, the 31 percentage is ready to leave.

Another 27% will go looking for happiness because of the British crime.

And 11% even wanted to live among the British people - which, apparently, there is not much left in Britain!

And all 11% did not find anything, because of what it would cost to leave their homeland.

This survey showed that over the past 20 years, the most important aspects of life have dramatically deteriorated in the UK. "Behavior and politeness" noted 83 percent of respondents, the economy was allocated 81 percent, crime - 68 percent and education - 55 percent of respondents.

Researchers asked the respondents whether the country was better or worse during the reign of the last five prime ministers - from M. Thatcher to D. Cameron? It turns out that all the premiers had more harm than good, but the last two - Brown and Cameron - made the British life unbearable.

Iii. 1500 executives - every week

The thesis of "unbearable life" confirms the fact that every week from Britain is leaving about one and a half thousand leaders - "in search of a better life." The reason for the migration is high tax rates.

According to the data of the British Ministry of Internal Affairs, only in 2010, thousands of representatives of the named category left the country in 75. In 2011, they accounted for more than half of the total flow of British “settlers”. These are people with experience in senior positions, and most of them left the country not in search of the “British spirit”, but in connection with receiving offers of lucrative work abroad. In the long term, these expats are not going to return to the UK.

The Ministry of the Interior also conducted its own research. And it says:

“A large and increasing proportion of British nationals who emigrate from the United Kingdom falls to professionals or managers, and this may have implications for the availability of qualified personnel in the UK.”


In 1991, the group of managers in the structure of the flow of emigrants was less than a third.

These people settle most often again in Australia, USA and Spain.

Total outside of the UK now lives about 4,7 million immigrants from the kingdom. According to this indicator, the country takes the 8-place among the states of the world.

Experts also note that with the high price of real estate in the United Kingdom, enterprising residents sell expensive property and start up a business with the money they receive.

The Intolerable Life concerns not only British leaders, but also the poor.

Property prices are growing rapidly, and the benefits of the crisis are reduced. The poor, who are called “representatives of low-income families” in the Aesopian political language, simply cannot live in the capital. So that these people are not homeless and do not spoil the view of the metropolis, the government decided to relocate them out of sight - hundreds of miles from London.

Similar measure represents response to government social security cuts, which will be activated in April 2013. Housing benefits will be reduced to 400 pounds (639 dollars) per month, and poor families will have to look for other housing. The average monthly rent for a three-room apartment in central London has already exceeded 2 thousands of dollars.

Kate Dodsworth, assistant director of the National Housing Federation in London, said:

“The resettlement of people from their families, schools and communities just because their district government cannot provide them with housing is a desperate step that demonstrates the scale of the housing crisis.”


And the deputy head of one of the London trade unions, Emma Dent Code, said:

“The Council plays a monopoly on human life. They clog up areas with millions of real estate and raise prices. ”


Iv. Outflow more inflow

In addition to emigration, there is immigration. If someone leaves from Britain, then someone enters there. For example, Berezovsky.

In fact, the government is sounding the alarm here. No, not because of Boris Abramych, but because the net migration rate is currently more than a quarter of a million people a year.

Back in May of this year, Interior Minister Theresa May announced plans to reduce the terrible number to 100.000 people, but the number is surprisingly stable.

Office of National Statistics of Britain (ONS) считаетthat the net migration indicator is “politically sensitive.” It is calculated as follows: the number of people who intend to live abroad for more than 12 months is taken away from the number of people coming and staying in the UK for more than 12 months. Data for the last analysis was taken from September 2011, when the figure was 252.000. For comparison: in September 2010 - 255.000.

The reasons for the decrease in the number of those who wish to enter England have recently been new barriers for non-European workers (restrictions on qualifications), as well as restrictions for foreign students.

The department in Downing Street, despite this, claims that the government is going to reduce the net migration to "tens of thousands."

It is estimated by ONS that in the 2011 year, 252.000 people left Britain to join the 5 million British citizens who left earlier. More 190.000 people left the UK to work abroad.

“More harm than good ...” The red color on the histogram means: “At the same time, the prime minister got worse”


Who comes in return?

Study is the most common reason for temporary immigration to the UK: 250 of thousands of foreign students arrived in the year up to September 2011, inclusive. This is an indicator similar to the 2010 level of the year.

The Ministry of the Interior, however, pointed to the “leading indicator” using more recent data on the number of student visas issued through March 2012. It turned out that 21 was recorded as a% drop in the number of foreign students coming to the UK during the 12 months, up to March 2012, inclusive. In addition, the Interior Ministry claim that there is a decrease in 62% of the number of student visas issued from January to March of this year.

However, the number of asylum seekers in the country decreased from 4844 during the first three months of the 2012 year, with 706 from Pakistan and 575 from Iran.

Many immigrants are delayed by the police. The number of people arrested after immigrating to Britain is the highest in Europe. And it reached a new record level - 7516 prisoners in the first three months of 2012 (increased by 7%). Among the detainees - 53 teenager.

Experts talk about the "fifteen years of mismanagement," which gave rise to a lot of problems, and you cannot solve them in 15 months. At the same time, it is noted that the government does not have a clear political program to achieve the target indicators of net migration, and the Prime Minister avoids direct communication with citizens on this important topic.

Citizens, in response, as we saw in the previous sections of the review, respond to the government not only with migration to Australia or the USA, but also with frank statements about “unbearable life”. If Margaret Thatcher had more harm than good, then with Cameron it was completely impossible to live in Britain.

Observed and translated by Oleg Chuvakin
- especially for topwar.ru
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  1. Joker
    Joker 21 November 2012 08: 26
    +13
    It is not surprising, because they thought that their tolerance would play a good service to them, soon there would be no Englishman left in England, there would be Arabs, Turks, etc. and it is not the Queen who rules the country, but the British Sharia. I wonder where then the crowd of buggers will floodlaughing laughter laughter, but with us this is already beginning. I wonder where then the crowd of buggers will flood.
    1. Blackscorp
      Blackscorp 21 November 2012 08: 38
      +5
      This survey showed that over the past 20 years, the most important aspects of life have dramatically deteriorated in the UK. "Behavior and politeness" noted 83 percent of respondents, the economy was allocated 81 percent, crime - 68 percent and education - 55 percent of respondents.

      Well, there is, that is ..... somewhere around 40% of young British people (20-25 years old) do not know how many kidneys a person has and where they are .... It is surprising that no one indicated total control over personal life .. Because in London, for example, there is not a single place where you would not be at gunpoint ....

      But buggers will not go anywhere, as Sharia becomes, so they are bye-bye, Muslims do not like this thing wink
      1. MG42
        MG42 21 November 2012 08: 43
        +11
        Street paintings of modern London

        For a long time, stiffness and emotional restraint were considered characteristic features of the British nation. And where is British stiffness as in Soviet classic films gone nowhere winked
        1. Bykov.
          Bykov. 21 November 2012 09: 28
          0
          British tourist, guise of morality. (Lat.)
        2. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 21 November 2012 10: 14
          +2
          Quote: MG42
          And where is she british stiffness

          Yes, here it is in the photo you posted, it’s just that you presented the British stiffness differently, until it came out of all the cracks. hi
      2. Vadivak
        Vadivak 21 November 2012 09: 00
        +18
        Quote:.
        almost two-thirds of families want to emigrate due to the poor climate of their native country, the rudeness of local residents and the unbearable stupidity of popular culture.


        But I’m thinking about what kind of benefits it is that the whole sholupon wants to go there from Russia, now it’s clear - they are striving for their native environment
        1. MG42
          MG42 21 November 2012 09: 07
          +5
          Did the whole amount fit into this modest Luzhkov suitcase? laughing
          1. Vadivak
            Vadivak 21 November 2012 09: 15
            +4
            Quote: MG42
            Really the whole amount got into this modest suitcase Luzhkov


            Girl's Best Friend
            1. MG42
              MG42 21 November 2012 09: 20
              +4
              Looks like the whole diamond fund has fired belay A kerchief for conspiracy - we ourselves are not local - to London hitchhiking.
          2. anchonsha
            anchonsha 21 November 2012 10: 02
            0
            Meadow is cunning, why doesn’t he need wet Britain. He settled in Austria and is booming.
          3. Alexander Romanov
            Alexander Romanov 21 November 2012 10: 15
            +4
            Quote: MG42
            Did the whole amount fit into this modest Luzhkov suitcase?

            There was no cash, there was a full suitcase of credit cards laughing
        2. Lucky
          Lucky 21 November 2012 11: 57
          0
          Now we can invite British scientists to work in Russia, the right time!
      3. tronin.maxim
        tronin.maxim 21 November 2012 10: 22
        0
        Quote: BlackScorp
        But buggers will not go anywhere, as Sharia becomes, so they are bye-bye, Muslims do not like this thing

        Well, even Sharia has its advantages!
        1. mda
          mda 21 November 2012 18: 11
          +1
          Quote: tronin.maxim
          Well, even Sharia has its advantages!

          If he is in an enemy country, then this is a big plusoooooooooy plus. yes
      4. de_monSher
        de_monSher 21 November 2012 19: 31
        +3
        But buggers will not go anywhere, as Sharia becomes, so they are bye-bye, Muslims do not like this thing


        Ghy ... = choked on tea = go to Oman, for example ... *) and you, just like me at one time, will be amazed by the number of queers ... *)) And considering that even the Sultan of Oman is 3.14daras , this is not surprising ... *) Arabs in this respect are very unstable - to all perversions ... even if in words, they militantly advocate moral "purity" ... eh ... *)
      5. aviator46
        aviator46 24 November 2012 18: 02
        0
        The pederasts may decrease, but the bestiality will increase significantly.
        Muslims respect this very much and faith allows)))
        1. de_monSher
          de_monSher 24 November 2012 19: 01
          0
          ... but bestiality will increase at times. Muslims respect this very much and faith allows)))


          Well ... not worth attributing their preferences, and hidden desires to others ... *) word of ches ...
    2. Skiff
      Skiff 21 November 2012 10: 23
      +2
      Yes, run, do not run from fate, you will not leave, there will still be a big war and everything will fall into place. But seriously, you should not drink beer and play games and make and educate children of 3-5 people.
      1. tronin.maxim
        tronin.maxim 21 November 2012 10: 50
        0
        Quote: Skiff

        Yes, run, do not run from fate, you will not leave, there will still be a big war and everything will fall into place. But seriously, you should not drink beer and play games and make and educate children of 3-5 people.

        I'm all for it! But this requires normal conditions! I personally do not see them! If you find a good place, tell me where?
        1. Skiff
          Skiff 21 November 2012 12: 56
          +1
          Yes, there are none, good conditions, we have a kindergarten in the village, and there are no places, I have to take an electric train to another village, but I do not despair, I will do the second and if God gives it a third.
          1. walter_rus
            walter_rus 22 November 2012 02: 13
            0
            Respect, including for the avatar. But as Tron asked, why would I add on my own to think about demographics in the country if leaders do not think? Although they think in words, but in fact do everything so that the bulk of the people become impoverished. I read about new taxes on used cars, about excise taxes on gas ... They wrote that, for example, people in India and other poor countries of the Third World are happier than in Europe. The authors of the article are surprised: why? Everything is very simple. People draw conclusions when they can be compared. So in those poor and backward countries, life is still getting better, and in the developed European countries, after the curly life of recent decades, we have to tighten our belts. And Russia, fortunately, is generally in last place. It means that everything is getting worse and no end to this process is visible.
    3. TRON
      TRON 21 November 2012 21: 05
      0
      Why do you want it?
    4. Denzel13
      Denzel13 21 November 2012 22: 59
      0
      The more there are Berezovskys and all sorts of Gorbachevs, the sooner they will come full .... c, since these "comrades" oh, how trained to ruin states and steeper.
  2. Bykov.
    Bykov. 21 November 2012 08: 26
    0
    Everything is correct. It's time to get out of this Brit.
    Creative class, damn it.
  3. WW3
    WW3 21 November 2012 08: 32
    +4
    In addition to emigration, there is immigration. If someone leaves Britain, then someone goes there. For example, Berezovsky.

    In fact, the government is sounding the alarm here too. No, not because of Boris Abramych

    To the author "+" for a sense of humor ... where is it without Boris Abramich laughing it's not England without him and people like him ...
  4. Forget
    Forget 21 November 2012 08: 33
    +2
    Karman remember, they sang "London Goodbye, London Goodbye"
    and yet, you understand the weather is bad, but the dough is not enough for them as always ..
  5. romanru4
    romanru4 21 November 2012 08: 45
    +30
    And where do you order us to run .... from "bad weather"?
    1. Forget
      Forget 21 November 2012 09: 01
      +2
      Quote: romanru4
      And where do you order us to run .... from "bad weather"?

      Come to us in Kazakhstan ... fellow ... oh I feel in vain said ... recourse
    2. MG42
      MG42 21 November 2012 09: 27
      +10
      Well, the muzzle is disgusting, God forbid that everything is limited to photoshop! Although looking at the latest photos of the Moscow "Churban Bayram" is sad. I haven't been to Moscow for a long time.
      1. Yeraz
        Yeraz 21 November 2012 16: 45
        -11%
        Quote: MG42
        Although after looking at the latest photos of the Moscow "Churban Bayram" it is sad

        Wise guy, I’ll follow the language !! You don’t know how to talk from here. Admin where do you look ??
        1. Yeraz
          Yeraz 21 November 2012 19: 01
          +2
          Oppaa and probably put cons who think so. The young people will go far with such thoughts in a country with a Muslim population of about 20 million. Well, they also showed their bad manners.
          1. tupolev-95
            tupolev-95 21 November 2012 19: 25
            +3
            I don’t put a minus, I agree, a bad expression, but why did you stick a wolf with a crescent, do you provoke it?
            1. Yeraz
              Yeraz 21 November 2012 19: 40
              -2
              Quote: Tupolev-95

              I don’t put a minus, I agree, a bad expression,

              well done

              Quote: Tupolev-95
              but what did he stick to the wolf with the crescent, you provoke it?

              And what's the provocation ?? The wolf is our totem, the crescent of Islam. Is it the same that someone puts an end to the avatar. Does that mean it provokes someone? Well done Christian loves to put his religion. There is no provocation.
              1. German
                German 22 November 2012 17: 42
                0
                actually, the "wolf in the crescent" is the emblem of the Turkish terrorist organization "Gray Wolves" ... the Pope was shot at in the early 80s ... Ali Agja seems to be the name of that Turk ...
                1. WW3
                  WW3 22 November 2012 18: 03
                  0
                  Quote: German
                  in fact, the "wolf in the crescent" is the emblem of the Turkish terrorist organization "Gray Wolves".

                  "Terrorist" on the forum give out "skull" shoulder straps ... belay
        2. MG42
          MG42 21 November 2012 23: 10
          +2
          Quote: Yeraz
          I’m a wise guy, follow my language!

          Well, who would say that? winked

          Quote: Yeraz
          You can't talk

          yes get away from the mirror in the end! wassat

          Quote: Yeraz
          get out from here.

          point to your grandmother tongue - bye Bye!
          Threat. - there are quotation marks!
          1. Yeraz
            Yeraz 21 November 2012 23: 14
            -2
            Quote: MG42
            Well, who would say that?

            Я
            Quote: MG42
            yes get away from the mirror in the end!

            I’m not a chick in front of a mirror.
            Quote: MG42
            Point to your grandmother - let's goodbye!
            Threat. - there are quotation marks!

            You can point out to Grandma, and we only love and respect.

            Essentially, he said nothing, an underdeveloped, ill-bred and most likely atheistic offspring.
            1. MG42
              MG42 21 November 2012 23: 20
              +1
              Apparently you saw yourself in the photo tongue
              Moscow will not be a "maskwabad"!
              1. Yeraz
                Yeraz 21 November 2012 23: 40
                +1
                Quote: MG42
                Apparently you saw yourself in the photo

                No, it’s not like. It’s not at all like that.
                Quote: MG42
                Moscow will not be a "maskwabad"!

                I don’t care or not. These are not my problems. This is for you to break your head. But with your "statements" "about the holy holiday of Muslims, you better not think, still manage to make Rossiyabad))
                1. MG42
                  MG42 21 November 2012 23: 49
                  0
                  This is not my statement, it is so Muscovites say, my cousin lives in Moscow.
                  1. Yeraz
                    Yeraz 22 November 2012 00: 08
                    0
                    Quote: MG42
                    This is not my statement, this is what Muscovites say

                    And the Wahhabis say the dir of Russian infidels (this is the easiest option I convey) and if I say this, reasoning that it wasn’t me who said it, this Wahhabi at least sounds silly.

                    In short, the topic is closed. They froze nonsense, or really think so, finally, I, as a Muslim and just a well-mannered person, indicated a worthless holy festival of believers to call it that.
                    1. MG42
                      MG42 22 November 2012 02: 25
                      +2
                      Muscovites are Muscovites, and Wahhabis are a religious sect. You gave an inappropriate comparison at all. They don’t go to a foreign monastery with their own charter.
                      1. de_monSher
                        de_monSher 22 November 2012 02: 42
                        0
                        Muscovites are Muscovites, and Wahhabis are a religious sect. You gave an inappropriate comparison completely


                        And you, dear, completely unsuccessfully and inappropriately "joked" ... also put it in quotation marks, since it is absolutely impossible to call your words a joke. Vaughn, a fat, stupid American priest, also "joked" like this - as a result completely different people, his compatriots, mind you, paid with their lives ... = shrugged his shoulders = ... You see, censorship is a stupid invention of mankind, but it is exactly stupid as long as normal people have self-censorship... You do not own such luxury, unfortunately ...
                      2. MG42
                        MG42 22 November 2012 02: 54
                        +3
                        You, dear, think what is happening now in Moscow at the hour of this holiday - is this good? And shooting at weddings?
                        http://www.1tv.ru/news/social/217112
                      3. de_monSher
                        de_monSher 22 November 2012 03: 20
                        0
                        I, dear, very much respect any religion - including atheism. Dear respected, I have great respect for temples - their atmosphere is mesmerizing and I will never allow actions in them that can offend anyone. Including those non-material temples - Eid al-Adha, which you "beautifully" altered, is one of the foundations of such a temple, and, by the way, for your information, this holiday is directly related to the Bible = a direct reference in the Bible story = ...

                        And shooting at weddings?


                        Is everything all right with your logic, dear? As recently as recently, you tried to point out to a person that he gives "wrong" associations = moreover, the moment was very controversial = and right there "on the spot", so to speak, you use it yourself ... *) nude, nude. ..

                        Shooting at a wedding is the same as fights at weddings, showdowns, scandals, etc. It says only about the degree of development subjects, but not about the worldview of a single nation - in general ...

                        In general, you are our machine gun, from the time of the war, moreover, Fritz's - you are wrong, all around. You can safely suspect an experienced provocateur ...
                      4. MG42
                        MG42 22 November 2012 03: 26
                        +3
                        Quote: de_monSher
                        You can safely suspect an experienced provocateur ...

                        Thank. Yes, I do not provoke anything, I simply reflect the reality.
                      5. de_monSher
                        de_monSher 22 November 2012 03: 38
                        0
                        Thank you.


                        No gratitude ... always happy to help ...

                        Yes, I do not provoke anything, I simply reflect the reality.


                        Reflect. Just please don't give out the qui-pro-quo. Even rather painful "qua-qua" for "rrrrrrrrr!" The real reality is that what happened general a decline in the cultural level in all the territories of the former USSR, and there are a lot of people for whom the level "I'll shoot at a wedding, get drunk, then I'll beat everyone's muzzles" = this is your shooting wedding =, or "the whole world is in need, and the people in it are feces And they all need to be shot, wholesale and retail "= this is that lawyer from Moscow, like Vinogradov, his name =. And these, after all, do what they intended, mind you - their actions do not depend at all on their nationality. And at the same time, if you = and your, so to speak, "opponents" = will poke your fingers at each other, yelling - "uncles, aunties! I am a bald-faced man! That's it, and he turned over the pots, and scattered poop all over the kindergarten ", it will not lead to anything good, except for bad ... That's something like this ...
                      6. MG42
                        MG42 22 November 2012 03: 56
                        +2
                        Sher, I won’t go over the rules of this forum as if you didn’t want to. winked
                        PS I laid out the link above, Medvedev said that if such an emergency happened in New York, the police would open fire on defeat, as they say, a subtle hint of thick circumstances.
                      7. de_monSher
                        de_monSher 22 November 2012 04: 28
                        0
                        Sher, I won’t go over the rules of this forum.


                        What did you mean by this - I still did not understand, honestly ... *) Probably something too smart ... not for me, in general ... *)

                        I laid out the link above, Medvedev said that if such an emergency happened in New York, the police would open fire to defeat


                        And who is stopping me from doing this in Moscow, I don't understand ??? The man violated the law, even in such a "trifle" let him be ready to get a hat ... he cuts a ram at a festival among people who cannot look at it, so let this dude be ready for the fact that he will cruelly receive a teapot, for his obviously pronounced idiocy ...

                        These are all trifles, who gave you the right to mock people's faith?

                        In general, if you, dear, narrow-minded young man, you are forgiven for some confusion in your head. If not, then alas and oh, my friend, I strongly recommend that you pull yourself together and strictly follow your logical constructions. As a matter of fact, I am always a benevolent person towards everyone, trying to understand what they want to say to me, nevertheless I can state a very unfortunate fact - in your logic = more likely still in "logic" = I have so far found a complete absence of it .. ...

                        What is the connection between Eid al-Adha shooting a wedding, Medvedev and New York? Your thoughts are jumping like drunk ferrets, by golly ... *)
                      8. MG42
                        MG42 22 November 2012 04: 32
                        +2
                        Quote: de_monSher
                        And who prevents it from being done in Moscow, I don’t understand?

                        Question to the authorities of the Russian Federation.
                        Quote: de_monSher
                        The man violated the law, even in such a "trifle" let him be ready to get a hat ... he cuts a ram at a festival among people who cannot look at it, so let this dude be ready for the fact that he will cruelly receive a teapot, for his obviously pronounced idiocy

                        I agree.
                        Quote: de_monSher
                        These are all the little things.

                        These are not trifles.
                        Quote: de_monSher
                        Who gave you the right to scoff at people's faith?

                        Where am I kidding? Where is the word Islam in my comments? This is the first time I wrote it. Muscovites didn’t call the holiday, but apparently you got them just with your mountain traditions.
                        PS God is written with a capital letter, remember this friend!
                      9. de_monSher
                        de_monSher 22 November 2012 04: 53
                        0
                        I’m with your permission, not a highlander. I have the honor of being an Uzbek ... Muslim ...

                        But again, I remind you. I am sympathetic to you. Always was, is and will be - well-disposed. I respect your country, customs = I would, it grew in the USSR, all over the Union and the VD countries — it was the proportion of officers' children =. Most people, Muslims, are also very sympathetic to you. And just like you, they look sharply negatively at those things that you - look negative. But you yourself, forgetting about internal censorship, playing with words where this can not do set against yourself not us, not like me ... = believe me, I am more wary and wary of religion than many so-called "atheists" =, but those for whom the methods of solving problems are not words, but forceful actions ... you know ? You didn't even notice that at the very beginning I gave as an example of this stupid priest from the States who burned the Koran. He needs it - he is a provocateur, a sediment tank and a moral monster. Do you need it?

                        the word God is always written with a small letter. I will explain even why. God, and the understanding of the adherents of Monteism, is all that exists. He is the word and deed, thought and its embodiment. And God, to express his greatness, absolutely does not need eye catches. It is us, the poor and the wretched, who have to express respect or disrespect, to appeal to people like us, you ... *)))

                        / And why are you suddenly trying to step on the "neck of your song" again? *))) All boron cheese flared up from the fact that you, just like you now to me, made ONE remark about the name of the holiday ... *))) = choked with laughter = ... or you just decided to flash "knowledge"? It didn't work out yet, I assure you ... *))))
    3. vyatom
      vyatom 22 November 2012 11: 38
      0
      Yes it’s worthless to call it a holiday. All is correct.
      But why do you live in Moscow, and not on the land of ancestors?
      1. de_monSher
        de_monSher 22 November 2012 17: 05
        0
        Well .... if it was addressed to me, then poking surprises me, c'mon - figs with him, I already spoke about the cultural level.

        Firstly, I do not live in Moscow, and I am not going to live. Moscow is a city not for life, but for "business" - but "business", this is not a human occupation ... *))) My work is there - Chernobyl nuclear power plant, Pripyat, Gomel region. From time to time I run into St. Petersburg, wander through its streets and relax - because I love this city very much, and that's all ... *)) I don't take your money, for sure ... *)))
  • major1976
    major1976 25 December 2012 23: 56
    0
    Do not plant your religious preferences !!! Russia is a secular state and atheism is normal, like faith in God !!! There are few educated people who are ready to accept and study the culture of the rules and foundations of the nation or state or city where they ended up for one reason or another !!! It causes the righteous anger of people when migrants behave disgustingly and do not want to admit it !!!
  • vyatom
    vyatom 22 November 2012 11: 34
    -1
    You follow the language. And go where you came from.
  • romanru4
    romanru4 21 November 2012 20: 42
    +2
    But I’ve recently become frequent in white-stone .... Unfortunately, Photoshop is not enough here! Something like this is.
  • virm
    virm 21 November 2012 10: 53
    +8
    To Belarus, to Ukraine.
    But, it is better to protect your land from these migrant occupiers.
    How tired of these Asian faces on all the streets and squares of our cities !!!
    1. vyatom
      vyatom 22 November 2012 11: 36
      0
      Correctly fed up. Moscow is a Russian city.
  • Blad_21617
    Blad_21617 21 November 2012 09: 03
    +6
    they just have a pid ... ace on a pido..se and normal people can’t stand it and go to countries with a normal lifestyle
  • omsbon
    omsbon 21 November 2012 09: 12
    0
    To hell with her with England, the main thing is not to miss Ber-go’s fight with his comrades when they run.
    Yu, tolerance and other crap will not bring to good, it’s just that people are not comfortable talking about these reasons, and they refer to the weather and others.
  • Xtra1l
    Xtra1l 21 November 2012 09: 14
    +1
    Soon there will be only Jews and world thieves.
    1. rate
      rate 21 November 2012 11: 03
      +1
      And the Pakistanis.
    2. Lucky
      Lucky 21 November 2012 12: 01
      0
      And then you need to deliver a preemptive strike !!
  • volcano
    volcano 21 November 2012 09: 23
    +8
    But what about love for the motherland?
    they don’t choose their homeland. It is what it is ... The climate is fig ... If the climate in England is fig, then in Russia then it’s hellish.
    That is why we are Russian and different from Europeans.
    THEY RUN FROM DIFFICULTIES, AND WE OVERCOME THEM.
    1. Pula
      Pula 21 November 2012 09: 32
      0
      So the British live in Australia, and die home.
      1. Lucky
        Lucky 21 November 2012 12: 02
        0
        Russia can provide land somewhere in the Far East or in Altai, on the basis of autonomy, let them build life as they want, and pay taxes to us and work for the good of Russia!
        1. mda
          mda 21 November 2012 18: 24
          0
          Quote: Lucky
          Russia can provide land somewhere in the Far East or in Altai, on the basis of autonomy, let them build life as they want, and pay taxes to us and work for the good of Russia!

          And do not send scientists schur there
    2. Strezhevchanin
      Strezhevchanin 21 November 2012 10: 01
      0
      And often we create them for ourselves, and then we do not look for easy ways, in short, they are so severe .... bully
    3. Samuncle
      Samuncle 21 November 2012 14: 33
      0
      Oh yes, unless of course you forget about 29 million Russians abroad.
  • sergo0000
    sergo0000 21 November 2012 09: 25
    +2
    Yeah! With such a pace, the end of the geyurope will come during my lifetime! recourse
    The country of pirates and robbers will go into oblivion. And rightly so!
  • Bykov.
    Bykov. 21 November 2012 09: 26
    0
    It seems that the economic crisis in Europe is gaining momentum. And not only Britons will bring down from their countries, Germans also go wherever.
  • Per se.
    Per se. 21 November 2012 09: 42
    +4
    The British Isles are slowly but surely sinking into the sea, the prospect of changes with the Gulf Stream does not bode well for the Britons, as, indeed, for the whole of Western Europe. The fact that climate change is already visible to the naked eye adds to the gloomy colors. Rather, this is the main thing for the British, and not the fall of culture and other things from morality. I have heard that the aggression against Yugoslavia is one of the links in the West's preparation of a bridgehead for resettlement to a stable part of the land. True or not, I do not presume to assert, but the fact that the world is on the verge of a "grandiose nix" and the Britons feel it (know) explains why the rats flee from a sinking ship.
    1. ikrut
      ikrut 21 November 2012 19: 01
      +6
      “The ocean would have swallowed up this disgusting island long ago if it hadn't been afraid that it would vomit.” G. Heine
  • IlyaKuv
    IlyaKuv 21 November 2012 09: 43
    0
    Basurmans were completely spoiled, they were a little pressed: the weather is not the same to them, and there are only idiots around, and they fool such clever and intelligent, and indeed traditions in Britain are not respected.
  • igordok
    igordok 21 November 2012 09: 50
    +2
    Some time ago they declared "The sun never sets over our empire." Thanks to the author, now I understand: It is they, because of a bad campaign, spread all over the world.
  • Dimon Lviv
    Dimon Lviv 21 November 2012 09: 57
    +4
    The loss of population of England as a result of British immigration is steadily compensated by the flow of Muslims and blacks from third countries)
    1. Lucky
      Lucky 21 November 2012 12: 04
      0
      Well it doesn’t calm down !!!! it’s better to let the British be there, otherwise you wouldn’t want to have a little-controlled country at hand!
    2. Dr. Pilyulkin
      Dr. Pilyulkin 21 November 2012 15: 15
      +1
      Quote: Dimon Lviv
      The loss of population of England as a result of British immigration is steadily compensated by the flow of Muslims and blacks from third countries)


      And even from space. Kopets Mistress of the Seas! laughing wassat
  • Fox
    Fox 21 November 2012 10: 37
    0
    the rats ran from a sinking ship ...
  • askort154
    askort154 21 November 2012 10: 41
    0
    Sorry for Abramovich, does not know where to take Chelsea
    It's a pity Berezovsky, another runaway can not be overpowered.
  • Lich
    Lich 21 November 2012 11: 06
    +1
    Behind the fence, the grass is always greener! smile
  • faser
    faser 21 November 2012 11: 09
    0
    and for some reason, our Kazakhs are pulled and menno in London
  • Tatanka Yotanka
    Tatanka Yotanka 21 November 2012 11: 12
    +3
    I propose to remove the term Great Britain - blown greatness. Leave just Britain or Geybritania, as you like. Even on American maps they write - the United Kingdom, but kings are also naked
    http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:CIA_WorldFactBook-Political_world.pdf?use

    lang = ru
  • Zomanus
    Zomanus 21 November 2012 13: 02
    0
    So these naglitsanam and necessary. In fact, these are the fruits of a connivance policy. With such a policy, cattle growth is inevitable and normal citizens do not see any reason to endure it around themselves.
  • merkel1961
    merkel1961 21 November 2012 14: 19
    0
    Per se.I agree that the Saxons are fleeing from the threat of feeding fish, when they cover the islands, they have become closer and warmer to the mountains and foothills. A meadow is not in the Austrian Alps and the chalet is better than the London palace.
  • Samuncle
    Samuncle 21 November 2012 14: 29
    +3
    It’s a pity they didn’t write how many Russians live abroad, but I will write. 29 million.
    1. strannik595
      strannik595 21 November 2012 15: 10
      0
      half of Russians live outside of Russia
      The questions of REGNUM News are answered by the chairman of the Russian Association for Relations with Compatriots Abroad, Maxim Ivanov.

      REGNUM: Maksim Borisovich, how many of our compatriots now live abroad?

      Almost no one will give you an exact answer. Fortune telling on coffee grounds is a favorite pastime when it comes to how many of our compatriots live outside of Russia today. At the III World Congress of Compatriots, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev announced the following figure: thirty million. A huge figure. After the president's speech, she was picked up by many media outlets. But I believe that in fact this figure is much higher, and the basis for such a statement can be the documents that have survived, despite the complete defeat in the nineties, in our Association since Soviet times (then it was the Soviet Society for Cultural Relations with Compatriots Abroad "Motherland"). The figure thirty million appears in the documents of the late eighties of the last century, these documents were prepared with full responsibility for the government bodies of that time. Since then, of course, a lot of water has flowed under the bridge, and now another 18 million of our compatriots live in Ukraine, 5 million in Kazakhstan. Millions more of our former citizens are in the now independent states-CIS countries. Millions have moved to the countries of the new and old world.

      BakuToday: And what is the most accurate figure?

      At least sixty million people. And if we take into account that the entire population of Russia is just over 140 million, then, therefore, today almost half of the country lives outside the borders of our Fatherland. Half! Thus, we can rightfully say: today the Russian people for the first time in their more than a thousand-year history became a divided people. And not as a result of certain objective events (new world war, global catastrophe), but of some volitional subjective decisions. One can also make such a comparison: today there are as many Russians abroad as there are citizens living in a large European state, or in several medium-sized European countries. For our Fatherland, with its demographic failures of recent decades, with a death rate of about a million people a year, this is just a disaster. This is a hydrogen explosion worse than Khrushchev’s on Novaya Zemlya. This is a super thermonuclear bomb. Laid for future generations and for the entire development of our country, by the signatories of documents in Belovezhskaya Pushcha in 1991. Three irresponsible signatures - and millions of people of our compatriots simultaneously lost their homeland.
  • merkel1961
    merkel1961 21 November 2012 14: 53
    0
    merkel1961, ... The meadow is not overlooked, in the Alpine Alps and the chalet is better than in the London Palace.
  • strannik595
    strannik595 21 November 2012 15: 10
    0
    half of Russians live outside of Russia
    The questions of REGNUM News are answered by the chairman of the Russian Association for Relations with Compatriots Abroad, Maxim Ivanov.

    REGNUM: Maksim Borisovich, how many of our compatriots now live abroad?

    Almost no one will give you an exact answer. Fortune telling on coffee grounds is a favorite pastime when it comes to how many of our compatriots live outside of Russia today. At the III World Congress of Compatriots, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev announced the following figure: thirty million. A huge figure. After the president's speech, she was picked up by many media outlets. But I believe that in fact this figure is much higher, and the basis for such a statement can be the documents that have survived, despite the complete defeat in the nineties, in our Association since Soviet times (then it was the Soviet Society for Cultural Relations with Compatriots Abroad "Motherland"). The figure thirty million appears in the documents of the late eighties of the last century, these documents were prepared with full responsibility for the government bodies of that time. Since then, of course, a lot of water has flowed under the bridge, and now another 18 million of our compatriots live in Ukraine, 5 million in Kazakhstan. Millions more of our former citizens are in the now independent states-CIS countries. Millions have moved to the countries of the new and old world.

    BakuToday: And what is the most accurate figure?

    At least sixty million people. And if we take into account that the entire population of Russia is just over 140 million, then, therefore, today almost half of the country lives outside the borders of our Fatherland. Half! Thus, we can justifiably say: today the Russian people for the first time in their more than a thousand-year history have become a divided people. And not as a result of certain objective events (new world war, global catastrophe), but of some volitional subjective decisions. One can also make such a comparison: today there are as many Russians abroad as there are citizens living in a large European state, or in several medium-sized European countries. For our Fatherland, with its demographic failures of recent decades, with a death rate of about a million people a year, this is just a disaster. This is a hydrogen explosion worse than Khrushchev’s on Novaya Zemlya. This is a super thermonuclear bomb. Laid for future generations and for the entire development of our country, by the signatories of documents in Belovezhskaya Pushcha in 1991. Three irresponsible signatures - and millions of people of our compatriots simultaneously lost their homeland.
  • Botanologist
    Botanologist 21 November 2012 15: 47
    0
    From Britain, normal people have long been knocking down. Only our huskies rush there, "get to democracy and liberation." Rot loves humid climates.
    1. Ruslan67
      Ruslan67 21 November 2012 16: 14
      +1
      Here! Normal people from there tossed our mold replaces them Cycle of shit in nature!
  • serjant4
    serjant4 21 November 2012 16: 27
    0
    Pease ... c sneaked up unnoticed :)
  • Stasi.
    Stasi. 21 November 2012 17: 58
    0
    Let the Britons and the others go to the hell out of their country, anyway, there will soon be black ones there. We should provide an opportunity for the return of our compatriots, to do everything possible so that our people want to live in Russia and not abroad. As Europeans become uncomfortable living at home, it is likely that many of them will want to live in Russia. They should be selectively allowed to come to us, giving preference to normal people. I am sure that soon our compatriots will begin to return home, because no matter how badly living in Russia, living abroad becomes more difficult and dangerous.
  • Comrade1945
    Comrade1945 21 November 2012 18: 30
    0
    The sail is lonely white
    In the fog of the blue sea! ..
    What is he looking for in a distant country?
    What he threw in the edge of his own?

    Rudeness of officials ... mdya ... well ... WELCOM TO RUSSIA DEAR FRIENDS!
  • Ahmar
    Ahmar 21 November 2012 18: 46
    0
    http://www.warandpeace.ru/ru/reports/view/74678/
    V. Tretyakov. My resolution on the resolution of the Bundestag on Russia
  • Egoza
    Egoza 21 November 2012 20: 47
    +1
    Interesting movie! First, Britain rafted its criminals to the United States and Australia, then all the beggars so that the "view" would not be spoiled, then the fugitive fascists took root there ... is it possible to hope that the "British spirit" is alive there? And they are there waiting with open arms? Will they be disappointed in those parts where they will run further? Or maybe you just need to restore order in your country? And this applies not only to the British!
  • Botanologist
    Botanologist 21 November 2012 21: 37
    0
    Muck Australia, s.u.k.i! Once again, bearded cotters will crawl back behind all the shaves in search of tolerance and political asylum. It's a shame.
  • SlavaP
    SlavaP 22 November 2012 00: 47
    -1
    I will not argue, provoke anyone too, the facts are almost not distorted.

    Always and everywhere there are a lot of disgruntled and grumblers - everything is wrong for them ...
    I personally will not say that living here has become worse, but if you do not like it, leave!
    And for some reason they go, change the British coolness for stuffiness, scorpions and crocodiles ...
    And of those who came to replace them - percent on 90 is better than they, although they have a different skin color, an eye cut and some things are sometimes cut off ... So the bash go to bash, and in general no problem does.

    Hello.
    British citizen and proud of it.
    1. Zynaps
      Zynaps 22 November 2012 01: 50
      0
      I don't understand why everyone was so excited. there is not enough contingent for a normal opinion poll. for a survey to be reliable for a million people, it is necessary to survey at least 2500, and better and more - it will be more accurate. and here only 1000 poll cost. some kind of garbage. "British scientists" draw conclusions, but they have no idea about the basics of mathematical statistics.
  • walter_rus
    walter_rus 22 November 2012 01: 58
    +1
    It turns out that the proverb: "everywhere it is good, where we are not," is relevant not only with us. Well, let them go wherever they want, it's generally not our problem. For us, the question is different. Once upon a time, thousands of Russians were forced to flee from Chechnya and from some CIS countries. And in their historical homeland, they turned out to be of no use to anyone, in some places they even met with hostility from their local compatriots (especially in the Cossack regions), some even had to go back when the situation became easier. Two years ago, the culmination of Serdyukov's reduction took place in the army, many officers who participated in the CTO in the North Caucasus received apartments in central Russia, and here, too, no one needs them, problems with work, places in schools, kindergartens, clinics. Government programs exist only on paper and no one has seen it. wassat The same Russian officials are more likely to help another Ravshan or Jumshut get a job for a bribe than to a Russian specialist with a higher education. It has already come to the point that in a supermarket you cannot ask where some product is - the employees practically do not speak Russian. Our southern neighbors are very close-knit - one will settle in Moscow and drag the whole family there, and then the whole village. Our homegrown nationalists are going under the slogan "Hit not ours", but in fact there should be a slogan "help ours", and then Moscow will definitely not become Moskvabad.
  • enkor
    enkor 22 November 2012 05: 07
    0
    The expression comes to mind — the thief screams the loudest about theft. The West has decayed and exists at the expense of the rest of the world. The Democretinian swamp, in principle.
  • Rubik
    Rubik 24 November 2012 03: 10
    0
    The article is presented as if it were something new. In fact, back in the 18th and 19th centuries and throughout the 20th century, the British, Irish and Scots left Britain in search of a "better" and more "free" life, and usually sailed away to the British colonies. How do you think the same Canada and the United States were formed, where some Indians used to live? The first settlers were British, same in Australia. So there is nothing new in this, the Anglo-Saxons are generally not so assiduous in one place, and therefore they stagger around the world, founded a bunch of colonies and settled them, thereby giving rise to new countries, which we today call the "Anglo-Saxon belt". And the climate in England is really not suitable for everyone, some develop diseases due to constant dampness, the family of the current Australian Prime Minister immigrated to Australia for the same reason.