In fact, those people who are in favor of the mass migration of Chinese to Russia, representatives of the peoples of Central Asia and the South Caucasus (they apparently agree to send to Russia and migrant flows from the Arab world and Black Africa), play into the hands of the so-called. "Backstage to the world." In the plans of the globalists, the mixing of all races and peoples, and the main blow is dealt precisely with Europeans (the white race). In this regard, Russia, as a kind of “reserve” of the direct descendants of boreals, Indo-Europeans - Aryans, who gave birth to all white peoples in their development, causes the greatest concern. It is Great Russia, the superethnos of the Russes that can offer the world a different concept of globalization, while preserving racial, national differences, where all nations can preserve their own characteristics. The masters of the West deliberately mix up races and nations, creating ideal slaves, without past and future, living only by consumption.
No wonder that the “nationality” column was removed from passports, and the word “Russian” was diligently replaced with “Russian-speaking” and “Russian”. Not only ethnic Russians (superethnos of Russians - Great Russians, Little Russians and Belorussians), but also the indigenous peoples of the Russian civilization, who have adopted the Russian language and Russian culture as their own, are under attack. After the final disintegration and assimilation of the Rus-Russians, Tatars, Mari, Mordovians, Chuvash, and others, are doomed.
The issue of migration to Russia, as well as the attitude towards Stalinist Russia, personally to Stalin, makes it possible to reveal a frank enemy or "fool" (a person who urgently needs to replenish his knowledge, increase the measure of understanding).
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Offer to bring to Russia 50-70 millions of visiting workers. On November 12, the chairman of the State Duma Committee on Nationalities Affairs, Gadzhimet Safaraliev, during a press conference “Can the Russian labor market do without visitors?” Stated that the Russian state lacks 50-70 millions of visiting workers. Safaraliyev believes that the development of very sparsely populated Siberia and the Far East, from where the outflow of the population continues, requires migrants. The Russian authorities should actively work with the countries from which the main flow of migration is going and create adaptation centers in Russia itself. Thus, we are also offered to pay for the “adaptation” of millions of migrants. According to the deputy, the migration of Russia is needed to solve economic issues.
Once again there is a substitution of the problem. Instead of raising the question of cardinal measures to increase the number of the Russian people and the majority of other indigenous peoples of Russia, we are being offered to start not just millions of migrants, but already tens of millions. Instead of creating jobs and raising the level of wages, the national economy is going to a new technological level, which allows it to do without a massively low-skilled labor force. It is proposed to import millions of virtually slaves. Although in the real medium-term perspective, the advantages of cheap slave labor cease to be such because of the transition to a new technological structure, the robotization of most of the works, where low-skilled labor is used.
Letter from Alexey Zakharov. December 10 was published an open letter to the President of Russia, the head of the personnel portal Superjob.ru Alexei Zakharov. This letter reports on the threats posed by the mass migration from Central Asia of the economic, political and cultural security of the Russian Federation. The author of the letter believes that the uncontrolled flow of migration to the territory of Russia from the countries of Central Asia and the South Caucasus represents the main threat to national security that our country may face in the coming years. Moreover, this threat in the medium and long term, while maintaining current trends will only grow.
So, uncontrolled migration from the southern countries may lead to the fact that the task announced by the president to create 2020 million highly paid jobs by 25 year will not be solved. For the current 10-15 million jobs, low-skilled migrants will have 25 million more such jobs. As a result, migrants will make up to half of the economically active population of the Russian Federation. The policy of “industrialization-2”, the innovative development of Russia in such a situation will simply fail. A. Zakharov calls the figures reflecting the current situation on the labor market terrible. So, already 18% of Russian citizens report real competition in the labor market from migrants (among low-skilled youth and older people - 25%).
The cultural consequences of mass migration are no less dangerous than the economic ones. The migration is eroding the Russian culture, creating a number of problems not only traditionally Russian, but also "Muslim" regions of the Russian Federation. In Moscow, there are already classes where the children of migrants make up a significant part of the students; such classes appear in other regions. These children do not know Russian well or do not speak the state language at all. In fact, the process of the formation of closed ethnic enclaves is underway. This leads to an increase in the threat of repetition of the “Syrian scenario” in Russia, when Muslims and migrants will be used as a “fifth column” to start the process of destabilization of the Russian Federation, its collapse. A significant increase in the number of migrants in Russia leads to a decline in the general level of education and culture. Already in 20 years, a situation may arise when "the average person living in Russia ... will have difficulty reading and speaking Russian." To this should be added the catastrophic level of the fall in the level of education of the Russian youth, due to the “optimization” of the education system. It is clear that it will make impossible any breakthroughs in the economy.
According to the head of the personnel portal Superjob.ru, the only way out of this situation is the complete closure of the Russian labor market for unskilled migrants from Asian countries, including the complete abolition of any immigration quotas. This will force entrepreneurs to invest in new technologies, increase wages, create “good” jobs. Otherwise, a gradual systemic degradation awaits us, which through 20-30 will bury all the geopolitical undertakings of recent years, including the economic and military integration of the former post-Soviet space.
This letter caused a great public outcry, showing that migration in Russia has become one of the key social and political problems. In fact, this is a question of the survival of Russia and the unique Russian civilization. Zakharov expressed the aspirations of the majority of the indigenous population of our country.
Message from President V. V. Putin. The head of state, in a message to the Federal Assembly, announced by 12 December, stated the need for a substantial tightening of migration policy in the near future. Putin proposed to introduce an accelerated procedure for granting Russian citizenship to "compatriots, native speakers of the Russian language and Russian culture, direct descendants of those born in both the Russian Empire and the Soviet Union", who express a desire to move permanently to Russia and give up their previous citizenship. He also proposed to abolish from 2015 the possibility of entry into Russia on internal passports for citizens of all foreign countries, including the CIS countries. Up to this point, the Russian authorities have preferred to maintain the same preferential treatment for migrants.
In addition, Putin said that Russia would not allow the emergence of "closed ethnic enclaves with its informal jurisdiction living outside the single legal and cultural field of the country, calling ignoring generally accepted norms, laws and rules." Thus, the head of state actually acknowledged that such a problem exists and the situation has reached a critical point. Now it's up to the implementation of the voiced theses.
It should be noted that the tightening of the migration regime in Russia can lead to major economic, social and political problems in most CIS countries. In particular, it will be a heavy blow for Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan, which cannot exist in their current form without labor migration to Russia. They will have to resolve the issue of joining the Customs Union as soon as possible (Kyrgyzstan is already in the process of joining). According to the World Bank, 47% of Tajikistan’s GDP is formed at the expense of guest workers. In 2011, Tajik labor migrants transferred more than 3 billion dollars to their homeland. Moreover, this amount only increases with time. In 2008, remittances from Russia to Tajikistan amounted to 2,5 billion dollars (45% of GDP). In fact, Tajikistan can exist only at the expense of Russia. It is also necessary to take into account that Russia provides assistance to Tajikistan in the protection of borders and through military-technical cooperation. If Russia closes its borders for Tajiks, it will lead to an economic collapse and a serious political crisis. Tajikistan may well enter the inferno zone, for example, Afghanistan.
Extremely unpleasant consequences will be a reduction in the remittances of migrant workers for Kyrgyzstan. In this country, migrant remittances make up 29% of GDP. In Uzbekistan, remittances accounted for its GDP in the pre-crisis period around 1 / 5. The country has a more developed economy, natural resources, including oil and gas. However, the weakness of Uzbekistan is the fact that this country ranks first in the absolute number of migrant workers working in Russia from Central Asia. It also makes Uzbekistan economically dependent on Russia.
It is clear that the inhabitants of Central Asia go to Russia not from a good life. Degradation of the socio-economic infrastructure, agrarian overpopulation, shortage of land and water resources, have led to the fact that residents of the post-Soviet republics are forced to seek earnings in Russia. However, this is not a problem of Russia, since 1991, these republics have gone on an independent voyage. The Russian authorities must first of all solve the tasks related to the national security of Russia. Only an uncontested course on the Eurasian reintegration of the former Soviet republics should be the reason for the revision of the migration policy. In this case, Russia should give a chance for salvation from the catastrophe to which Central Asia is heading (“Afghanization”). But even in this case, it is not the mass migration of representatives of the Central Asian nations to Russia that is necessary, but the creation of conditions for a favorable life on their own, potentially quite prosperous land (according to the principle “where he was born, there was useful”). We must clearly remember that this is not about side-to-side waggings, but real reunion, where not only the market of goods, labor and capital, but the single currency, foreign and military policy, sociocultural unity (based on Russian culture and language). If any state is not ready for this, it should remain outside this single space with all the ensuing consequences, including migration barriers.
But many officials do not understand this, or do not want to understand. So, 2December 4, secretary of the Rostov regional branch of the Russian Socially Conservative Union of the United Russia party Anton Bredikhin proposed to resettle 15-16 million of Western Ukrainians, Caucasians and Tajiks and Kirghiz to Siberia. This proposal was made during the round table “Eurasian Union: Utopia or Reality?” At the Southern Federal University (Rostov-on-Don). According to Bredikhin (the last name is rather speaking), after Ukraine’s entry into the Customs Union, Russia will need to create a “demographic cordon against the Chinese influx”. A party functionary proposed to settle 7 million Ukrainians, mainly from the western regions of Ukraine, to northern Siberia — send Transbaikalia 3,5 million Caucasians and redirect the flow of migrants from Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan to the Urals - 5 million people.
It is clear that such proposals are very pleased with the supporters of the "European choice" in Ukraine. Excellent "advertising" of the Eurasian integration project, where Moscow invites Kiev in every way. Just a “gift” - Western Ukrainians are being offered hundreds of thousands to load onto wagons and go to develop Northern Siberia. And this, while under the “wise” guidance of our authorities, the outflow of the population from Siberia and the Far East continues. Instead of accepting and starting the implementation of large-scale projects on the growth of the number of the indigenous population of the Russian Federation, the new development of Siberia and the Far East, officials are looking for easy ways. It is much easier to replace indigenous people with migrants.
Does Russia need mass labor migration at all?
In order to understand the stupidity or even outright sabotage of Russian officials and business representatives (Stalin's “you are a fool or an enemy of the people?”), You need to realize a simple fact - at present there is no primary importance in labor migration in today's Russia. All other statements are illiteracy or outright deception. There is only a hypothesis that in ten to fifteen years in Russia there may be a problem with labor resources due to demographic problems. While the liberal, democratic media, the public has convinced the population that Russia needs migrants back in the middle of the 1990s. Therefore, the authorities, starting with the 1990s, were supposed to solve the problem of rising birth rates and reducing mortality in Russia, rather than attracting hundreds of thousands of migrants to the country.
It should also be noted that the massive importation of labor migrants, essentially slaves, is associated with the interests of employers in a number of industries and fields of activity. This is more money. There was a whole lobby that supports the installation on the vital need for labor migration for Russia. Business is interested in short-term profit, and not the medium and long-term interests of Russia and its peoples. That which benefits the actual slave owners brings direct and indirect losses to the country and the people (including in the long term). Most of the earnings of migrant workers are exported from Russia, not falling under any taxation and falling out of the system of domestic demand. A huge negative impact is also on the labor market. The statement that migrant workers are not competing with the indigenous population in the labor market is a blatant lie.
Another problem that creates a massive labor migration is the psychological degradation of the population of the Russian Federation. Employers get used to using slave labor, become slave owners. Ordinary people are starting to prefer not industrial labor, but the work of sellers, replenish the ranks of "office plankton" and security guards. This is an extremely dangerous symptom, talking about the degeneration of the people.
As already noted above, mass migration and the danger from the point of view of political stability, the risk of a repetition of the “Syrian scenario” in Russia, represent. So, in December 26, Kazan hosted a meeting of the local expert club of the Russian Institute for Strategic Studies (RISS) on the topic “Islamic fundamentalism and migrants in Russia in the post-Soviet period: the scale of distribution, consequences, conflict potential”. This event was organized by the Volga Center for Regional and Ethnic-Religious Studies of RISI. The head of the Volga Center, Rais Suleymanov, said that mass labor migration from Central Asian countries led today to the flow of Islamic fundamentalists. “At home, radicals are legally subject to severe criminal punishment, the governments of the Central Asian republics do not stand on ceremony with them, but in Russia, because of the liberality of criminal punishment for Islamists, the latter feel at ease,” the expert said. For example, during rallies in the capital of Tatarstan after the 19 July 2012 terrorist attack, not only people from the Central Asian republics - Uzbeks and Tajiks, but even a group of Egyptian Arabs were present as the main crowd.
The expert also noted that among migrants there is an active process of creating organizations that are alternative to the existing national-cultural structures. And they almost immediately begin to make statements on behalf of migrants, affecting the information field of Russia. In addition, some religious organizations and individual political and public figures are beginning to use migrants in their own interests, increasing their own significance and influence. Human rights activists were noted on this field, protecting the interests of migrants and religious fundamentalists.
Rais Suleymanov makes a very sad conclusion for Russia: "We absolutely can really find ourselves in a situation in Western Europe where there is no longer any integration of migrants, but a process is underway to replace the population with the imposition of radical religious beliefs under the idea of tolerance, which has long become the ideology of a minority dictatorship over the majority."
Interesting conclusions were made in his report by another expert of the Volga Center for Regional and Ethno-Religious Studies of RISI Vasily Ivanov. In his report “The Second Generation of Migrants in Russia and the Politicization of Their Religious Views: A Forecast of Possible Consequences,” he said that the feature of young migrants is purely religious self-identification (“we are Muslims”), when national identification fades into the background and “demonstrative Russian-phobia ". The radical nature of their views lies in the fact that they put Sharia norms above Russian laws and values. The territory of Russia in their understanding is the future part of the “Great Caliphate”. Behind the brackets is the fact that it still needs to be captured and solved by the “Russian question”. At the same time, migrant youth no longer consider themselves “visitors”, but focus on the fact that they are “local”, that is, they want to use the liberality of Russian laws and orders to spread their ideas, build a “caliphate”.
Experts note that in Russia the process of creating ethnoreligious neighborhoods, ethnic enclaves modeled on Western Europe is already underway. In particular, in Kazan, these are the streets of Tukaya and Narimanov (the area of the Central Market). In Moscow - the metro area "Prospect Mira" (cathedral mosque), Lyublino and the station Voikovskaya. It is noted that in 23 settlements of Tatarstan, groups of migrants began to settle compactly, who usually try to build "their" mosques, prayer houses, which eventually turn into centers of propaganda for radical Islam. For example, this is the village of Shumkovo of the Rybno-Slobodsky district of Tatarstan, where almost a third of the population is Tajiks. Historically, Shumkovo was a Russian village, in Soviet times the Tatars began to settle there, but this did not cause tensions, since the Tatars have been “Russians” for several centuries. In 2000, the village began to actively develop the Tajiks. The process of “seizure” of the village is standard: first, a house in the village bought one of them, he moved his large family. For the first family, other Tajiks began to buy houses, they transported their households, and polygamous families were also frequent. Relations with Russians and Tatars are tense, fights have already taken place, the native inhabitants of the village are against the construction of the mosque by the Tajiks.
Russia is following the path of the countries of Europe, and in the medium term we can witness riots of migrants. They will be used by the enemies of Russia in the East and the West as a way of putting pressure on the political leadership.
In fact, we are witnessing the process of seizing our homeland ...