Diasporas nominate a “Muslim” presidential candidate

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Diasporas nominate a “Muslim” presidential candidate

On December 22, it became known that Sergei Baburin’s party “Russian All-People’s Union” nominated the Mufti of Moscow Anar Ramazanov as its candidate in the presidential elections of the Russian Federation. This citizen, who at one time studied at the Islamic College “Al-Furqan” in Damascus, is known, including for his interview in which he called on Muslims to buy clothes and products only from Muslims, and not to buy from non-Muslims.

If a Russian person had made such a statement, calling to support only Russians with specie, he would probably have been accused of “Russian fascism,” and law enforcement agencies might even have begun an investigation after appeals from “vigilant citizens.” For, as you know, Russian nationalism in Russia is clearly not welcomed by the authorities. But when such statements are made by a Muslim or a Dagestani, for example, those same law enforcement agencies pretend that nothing is happening or that this is how it should be.



In fact, Ramazanov can be considered a candidate from large and influential diasporas, which have become so strong that they can already nominate their people for the presidency. Many will say: well, they nominated him and nominated him, but he still won’t be able to win (moreover, it’s not a fact that he will be registered). And it's hard to argue with that. With one clarification – he won’t be able to in these elections. And what will happen in 12 years, given that the number of migrants from Central Asia in Russia is constantly increasing?

"Muslims must support Muslims"


First of all, a curious and seemingly paradoxical fact should be noted: Anar Ramazanov was nominated by Sergei Baburin, whose party positioned itself as supposedly national-conservative. Baburin once took part in the “Russian Marches” and spoke out against migration, but this was once “in another life.” Since then, not a trace has remained of conservatism and nationalism in ROS.

Now it has come to the point that Baburin decided to nominate a mufti as a presidential candidate, who could potentially gain a lot of votes due to the Islamic factor. After all, it is obvious that his main voters will be Muslim migrants.

Ramazanov is also nominated with the support of State Duma deputy Biysultan Khamzaev, the author of the extremely harmful federal law “On the Russian People,” which, according to the deputy, should “unite all national groups” on Russian territory. Why harmful? But because, in fact, by this law Khamazaev wants to announce all Russians are Russian, extremely blurring this concept and depriving the Russian people of their national identity.

“There are many nations in Russia, but one people. The Russian people, which includes all national groups. We use the phrase “multinational people of the Russian Federation”. I would say: the Russian people of the Russian Federation.”

This means that those same migrants from Central Asia who received citizenship and barely speak Russian will also be considered “Russian”. And Azerbaijanis who beat Russians on camera because they are Russians, for the sake of likes on social networks, will also be considered Russians if they have Russian citizenship. And the Chechen who came one autumn day to the village of Esto-Sadok in the Krasnodar Territory and insulted Russians and Slavs on a national basis, he will also be Russian. That is, there is an attempt to erase the difference between the concept of the Russian nation (which includes all the indigenous peoples of Russia, all citizens of the country) and the concept of the Russian people, who have Slavic roots.

Further - more In the interview "Komsomolskaya Pravda“Khamzaev even stated that he is a Kumyk by nationality, born in Dagestan, but at the same time considers himself Russian because he knows the Russian language.

“I expressed the idea that the concept of Russian is much broader than just national identity. I speak Russian with you, right? Although his nationality is Kumyk, born in Dagestan. I know and love my native language very well, and at the same time I speak Russian perfectly. I love this language of mine, and I consider myself a person of the Russian world.”

That is, Khamzaev considers himself a Kumyk by nationality, but at the same time, in fact, prohibits Russians born, for example, in the Smolensk region, from considering themselves Russian by nationality. That is, there are Chechens as a nationality, there are Tuvans, there are Kumyks, but there are no Russians.

However, let's return to Anar Ramazanov.

In that same interview about supporting Muslims, he said the following:

“I believe that Muslims should buy clothes and food from Muslims first. Thus economically supporting their brothers. This is very important... If I come to the market and see that a Muslim brother and a non-Muslim brother are trading, this does not mean that I do not love the other, but I will support first and foremost and buy the goods from my fellow believer. Thus, I will help him provide for his family.”

Thus, the mufti stands for religious solidarity, and he does this in a country with Orthodox traditions (though Christianity no longer plays the same role as before, but this is a separate topic). And many pretend that this is normal. While any solidarity among Russians is perceived as extremism.

The influence of Islamic organizations in Russia is growing


The nomination of Anar Ramazanov as a Muslim candidate is another milestone in the process of Islamization of Russia, which the author already wrote about in the material “Islamization of Russia: Sharia “morality patrols” are just around the corner" This process is happening gradually, but, unfortunately, so far steadily. Every year the number of Muslim migrants from Central Asia is growing, and at the same time the role of diasporas and Islamic organizations is growing.

Sometimes the problems of migration and Islamization are raised in the public field - for example, Patriarch Kirill recently spoke about this, State Duma deputy Mikhail Matveev and State Duma deputy regularly talk about what troubles the invasion of migrants threatens Russia - however, more often than not, everything ends with conversations, because at the legislative level there is nothing not happening. In mid-December, at a meeting of the State Duma, deputy Mikhail Matveev criticized the bill on expanding services in the field of migration, asking the question “where else can we get more?”, but he was not even heard to the end, the microphone was turned off.

At the same time, if the role of Islamic organizations is constantly increasing, then the role of Russian organizations themselves is virtually reduced to zero. Russian nationalism was almost completely destroyed, and instead of “Russian Marches,” “Muslim Marches” are taking place in Moscow, which the security forces do not particularly interfere with. Indeed, these are not terrible nationalists, but respected people.

The calls of some politicians and deputies that “migrants must comply with our laws” do not work, because, firstly, law enforcement officers are often quite lenient with migrants and “new citizens”, secondly, these same migrants are becoming more and more numerous, and therefore, they are increasingly confident in their abilities, and thirdly, migrants are much better at self-organizing.

Regarding self-organization, you don’t need to look far for examples; it’s worth remembering the recent incident at the Moscow “Gardener” market, when police tried to detain a resident of Tajikistan who had violated traffic rules, but his compatriots stood up for him, about 80 people who surrounded the police, began to insult them and push them ( one was even beaten), so that as a result the law enforcement officers had to ask for reinforcements and shoot in the air.

Usually such incidents are commented on in the spirit of “they’re savages, what can we take from them.” To some extent this is true. However, such unity in order to defend a fellow tribesman, regardless of whether he is right or wrong, can only be envied. When mass fights between migrants and Russians occur, we often see a picture of a crowd of migrants for one, and several passers-by stand aside and indifferently film the beating. Why is this happening?

Again, the issue is self-organization and national solidarity. They stand up for their own people. What about the Russians? Russians do not have their own diasporas. And if the self-organization of Tajiks, “new Russians” from Central Asia or representatives of the Islamic regions of the Russian Federation is petty pranks or “hooliganism” (if a crowd of “self-organized” kicked someone or destroyed some object), then the self-organization of Russians is extremism and "Russian fascism".

With this approach, one should not be surprised at the growing influence of Islamic organizations, which see that they can put pressure on the authorities, and put pressure on them successfully. So, soon migrants will be listing what they are owed - where to build mosques, where are the halal stores, where are they allowed to wear what clothes, is it possible to celebrate the New Year (in some schools they are already canceling New Year's trees due to the claims of migrants), etc. d.

If such trends continue, then the moment when Islamists begin to occupy the highest positions in the state is not as far away as it seems.
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  1. +86
    3 January 2024 04: 43
    the quiet undermining of Russia from within begins.
    1. +83
      3 January 2024 08: 21
      We need a ban on diasporas. All diasporas.

      We need recognition from the Russian people. And he's right.

      It is necessary to expel the Jews from the power structures that have taken control of finances.
      1. +6
        3 January 2024 11: 35
        Quote: Ilya-spb
        It is necessary to expel the Jews from the power structures that have taken control of finances.

        Fool them.. with these finances -)) (1st point) But from all the media! And most importantly - From all the central points of propaganda (from the television)... and from any bodies.. making decisions and placing orders for central content. Right here - Yes!
        and finances.. -)) after the first point, everything can be easily settled with finances. And without taking away their billions... let them eat... if so.
        1. +3
          4 January 2024 13: 37
          You forgot that whoever pays calls the tune!
      2. +10
        3 January 2024 13: 06
        "We need recognition of the Russian people. And they are right."
        what are you saying, after all, Russia is a multinational country: 18 thousand Chukchi will not let you lie
        1. +7
          4 January 2024 00: 44
          Russia, like China, is a multinational country with a dominant ethnic group.
      3. +13
        3 January 2024 19: 00
        Quote: Ilya-spb
        We need a ban on diasporas. All diasporas.

        Russia, according to the Constitution, is a secular country where religions are separated from the state. Attempts by provocateurs trying to pit believers of different faiths against each other must be severely suppressed. If someone begins to use the feelings of believers, for their own purposes - a warning, a fine, expulsion from the country. If in regions with a majority Muslim population, people of other religions must respect local laws, then Muslims coming to other regions must respect local laws, and not establish their own. I don’t like the order in the region - a suitcase, a train station, an aul or a suitcase, a train station, a village. I think this is the basis of peace and friendship between the peoples inhabiting Russia. hi
        1. +3
          7 January 2024 17: 15
          Quote: fif21
          Russia according to the Constitution is a secular country where religions are separated from

          What is a diaspora? Is it spelled out in the constitution?
          It seems to me that Baburin’s trick is a fake and a provocation.
      4. -4
        3 January 2024 23: 09
        There is no need for any bans, they should not be financed and should not be placed above the laws. Let both Muslims and Orthodox Christians flounder on their own, they must live at the expense of their flock, and receive all sorts of subsidies from the state.
      5. -15
        4 January 2024 10: 10
        Quote: Ilya-spb
        We need a ban on diasporas. All diasporas. It is necessary to expel the Jews from the power structures that have taken control of finances.
        There is no need to incite interreligious hostility here (or interethnic, if you consider all Jews to be Jews). I don’t expect to change your role as a Putinslilovite-all-goer, but I urge you to keep yourself within the framework of the Criminal Code.
        1. +15
          4 January 2024 11: 06
          Excuse me, but is the ban on diasporas not within the legal framework? We have a secular state and there is no need to cover up people who are mentally alien to us, such as interfaith and national hatred. It is a completely understandable demand from citizens to get rid of all kinds of diasporas and ban them at the legal level. The Church is already raising the issue of Islamization and attempts to impose all sorts of Sharia laws at the grassroots and middle levels.
          1. -12
            4 January 2024 11: 36
            Quote: saigon
            It is a completely understandable demand from citizens to get rid of all diasporas and ban them at the legal level.
            Does this concern the ability of Russians living in national republics to choose housing where their Russian acquaintances, friends or relatives live, to communicate with them on holidays, etc.? Or is it only necessary to legally separate Russians and “non-Russians”? "Don't gather for more than two..."
            1. +2
              4 January 2024 11: 42
              Are you getting a little crazy or what?
              1. -8
                4 January 2024 11: 47
                Quote: saigon
                Are you getting a little crazy or what?

                Are you answering a question with a question, or what?
                1. +3
                  4 January 2024 11: 51
                  Ofcourse, why not ? You are drowning for the diasporas, so the question arose - why? Here you immediately ask questions for both Jews and diasporas, so why?
                  1. -6
                    4 January 2024 11: 56
                    Four questions to one? Answer first, then get answers in order.
                    1. +4
                      5 January 2024 10: 19
                      Yes, I’m not interested in you and I don’t need answers from you, everything is clear and so you’re like everyone here is good, so strangers are not good, they’re alien, all these diasporas are a foreign body in our country.
                      1. -2
                        5 January 2024 10: 30
                        Quote: saigon
                        strangers are not good, they are alien to all these diasporas
                        This is a manifestation of xenophobia. Not this way. Strangers can be both good and bad. Much depends on our attitude towards them and our disunity and ability to defend our values. You know that in a sterile environment the body quickly loses immunity.
                      2. +3
                        5 January 2024 10: 32
                        Well, this is past the checkout. Aliens can only be strangers, everything else is blah blah.
                      3. -3
                        5 January 2024 10: 40
                        Quote: saigon
                        Strangers can only be strangers, everything else is blah blah.
                        Simplicity is worse than theft. It happens that strangers become our own, and it happens vice versa. Your metaphysics “friend or foe” is “blah blah”, if you believe dialectics.
                      4. +7
                        5 January 2024 17: 43
                        Diasporas must be banned. This is clear. They want Islam - to their homeland. There, at least they are establishing Sharia law, or even a Muslim junta. And then at school it’s no longer clear who studies there. Gender class Central Asia NOT SPEAKING RUSSIAN. How can I teach them? They don't want to. And God forbid a remark, the teacher is screwed here. In an instant, lawyers and other citizens from the sunny republics appear. And up to threats and not only physical violence. The police hide their eyes in shame.
            2. +1
              9 January 2024 09: 07
              There are Russians, in these republics there are pitiful thousands who did not have their throats cut in the 90s, mostly old people...well, and those who ran away from the war, but they are there temporarily...no Russians in the republics of Central Asia (and the problem is from them the main one) is long gone....the visa-free regime was created so that our government can at least shake hands with someone....but this causes much more problems for the indigenous people than sitting on a mausoleum on Victory Day
    2. +3
      3 January 2024 09: 41
      Quote: Aerodrome
      the quiet undermining of Russia from within begins.
      1. AUL
        +6
        3 January 2024 22: 18
        On December 22, it became known that Sergei Baburin’s party “Russian All-People’s Union” nominated the Mufti of Moscow Anar Ramazanov as its candidate in the presidential elections of the Russian Federation.
        Did anyone doubt that we would come to this? Or weren't they waiting so early? But now we’ll start panicking to correct those mistakes that were much easier to prevent!
        1. +1
          4 January 2024 10: 11
          Well, come on, tear off your vest.
          Shout louder, “Who else if not the cat?” You are being scammed, but you are being fooled
    3. +7
      3 January 2024 09: 43
      Colleague, you shouldn’t read this nonsense. It is not clear why Mr. Biryukov wrote this. Officially, ROS nominated Baburin himself as a presidential candidate in the 2024 elections.
      1. +14
        3 January 2024 11: 35
        Who's downvoting? What kind of people? Open the Internet:
        Sergey Baburin

        Nominated by the Russian People's Union party. Selected by secret ballot. On December 29, I registered with the CEC
        1. +18
          3 January 2024 11: 49
          I don’t understand either..I’m FOR, pressing the diaspora to the nail..But you can’t lie about ROS.The party OFFICIALLY nominated Sergei Baburin.Ksk someone would react negatively to this..
          1. +5
            3 January 2024 12: 30
            Wow, I've seen crap like this before.
            Recently the communists drowned the communist candidate (they thought he was good, but he HAS MONEY).
            Now it’s like the right is right (some kind of party, but this time it’s coming with outright lies). Well, now they’re also trying to stir things up and whine.
          2. 0
            5 January 2024 10: 21
            Yes, I’m just wondering what organ the candidates with rings in the nose or lip are looking for (honestly, I didn’t look into it). What are these characters for?
        2. man
          +8
          3 January 2024 13: 57
          Quote: 16112014nk
          Who's downvoting? What kind of people? Open the Internet:
          Sergey Baburin

          Nominated by the Russian People's Union party. Selected by secret ballot. On December 29, I registered with the CEC

          The question is, for what purpose did the author slander Baburin? Biryukov forgot how to use the search engine?
          1. +6
            3 January 2024 18: 33
            He didn't forget anything. An ordinary provocateur taking advantage of a difficult situation...
            1. man
              +4
              3 January 2024 19: 01
              Quote: Stenolaz
              He didn't forget anything. An ordinary provocateur taking advantage of a difficult situation...

              The brazen dishonesty of this guy is amazing, he doesn’t care that this information is easily verifiable, that his reputation has suffered. What disrespect for his readers, he treats us like idiots! Child of his time...
              1. +6
                3 January 2024 22: 54
                Quote: mann
                Quote: Stenolaz
                He didn't forget anything. An ordinary provocateur taking advantage of a difficult situation...

                The brazen dishonesty of this guy is amazing, he doesn’t care that this information is easily verifiable, that his reputation has suffered. What disrespect for his readers, he treats us like idiots! Child of his time...


                Chairman of the Russian All-People's Union (ROS) Sergei Baburin told RIA Novosti that at the party congress on Saturday it was decided to nominate him as a candidate for the presidency of the Russian Federation.
                “I proposed the candidacy of Anar Ramazanov. After that, the congress insisted on the inclusion of two more candidates: me - Sergei Baburin, as well as Ivan Volkov from Yekaterinburg. They were prohibited from recusing themselves. Baburin’s candidacy passed in a secret ballot, with Anar Ramazanov in second place. The decision was made.” , - Sergei Baburin told RIA Novosti.

                Really, you don’t know how to use a search engine? Baburin nominated Rasazanov, but the party voted for Baburin himself.
          2. 0
            4 January 2024 14: 13
            Quote: mann
            the author slandered Baburin
            It seems that the name suggests that the initiator of the nomination is the diaspora, but even if Baburin supported Ramazanov... Where is the crime?
    4. +12
      3 January 2024 10: 44
      The Russian All-People's Union nominated the Mufti of Moscow Anar Ramazanov as its candidate in the presidential elections of the Russian Federation.

      Is it Russian? But what else can you expect from Moscowabad! In an Orthodox country, the capital has not been Orthodox for a long time.
      1. +7
        3 January 2024 12: 38
        In general, Baburin was not seen flirting with diasporas. And this article? It’s clear, there is a political struggle going on. And most likely these same diasporas are trying to extinguish conservative parties
        1. -2
          4 January 2024 10: 02
          Quote from: dmi.pris1
          Actually, Baburin was not seen flirting with diasporas... most likely these same diasporas are trying to extinguish conservative parties
          The reaction is strange: “flirting”; as if you are afraid that the next president of the Russian Federation may be a Muslim, you do not believe that Baburin considers Ramazanov a worthy candidate who can benefit Russia.
    5. +8
      3 January 2024 12: 27
      Quote: Aerodrome
      the quiet undermining of Russia from within begins.

      The quiet transformation of Topvar into a corner of TsIPSO and an foreign agent begins.

      Quote: Author
      Sergei Baburin's party "Russian All-People's Union" nominated the Mufti of Moscow Anar Ramazanov as its candidate in the presidential elections of the Russian Federation

      @
      Quote: TASS 01.01.2024/XNUMX/XNUMX
      ... eight party candidates - ... Sergei Baburin (Russian People's Union)
      https://tass.ru/politika/19664819
    6. +18
      3 January 2024 13: 03
      "the quiet undermining of Russia from within is beginning"
      it doesn't start, it intensifies. it didn't start yesterday
    7. +5
      3 January 2024 15: 14
      the quiet undermining of Russia from within begins.
      Why quiet? The media doesn't write about him? And they won’t write. Exactly what happens is beneficial to capital. It doesn’t matter to our skin which capitalist benefits from this. We will still have to pay and suffer for it.
      This has been happening for a long time, right from the late 80s. First in Central Asia, now it has reached “deep Russia”. Smart people already said then that this would not lead to anything good. Moreover, this is “just” one of the problems. I’m a realist, I hope, but from my perspective I don’t see how the Russian Federation can get out of these “pits” into which capital has driven it. Unless you follow the “ideas” of Ilyin and Dugin. Then we’ll all take a full sip. And we'll choke. Even the initiators, even if they run away, do not run for long.
    8. +7
      3 January 2024 15: 16
      It has been going on for a very long time, in my opinion, about 20 years. They are shouting about a large number of migrants, but this is the day before yesterday - yesterday they already created diasporas and are lobbying and paying for their demands in power. The authorities only oppress Russians.
    9. +5
      3 January 2024 15: 40
      Quote: Aerodrome
      the quiet undermining of Russia from within begins.

      It began in the late 80s with the abolition of the ideology of internationalism in favor of small-town nationalism and chauvinism, the main assistants in breaking the country into appanage principalities and building a class society based on property and nationality.
      But here's the problem. The dog of nationalism, unleashed, has now attacked its masters.
      Happy “victory” to you, gentlemen, capitalists! wink
    10. +5
      3 January 2024 15: 44
      There has always been an airfield-quiet undermining of Russia from within. Now he has become “more nationalistic” because, first of all, we are talking about erasing the concept of Russian people, and replacing it with Yeltsin’s “Russian”. And here ethnic communities from among Central Asians who have moved for permanent residence in our country have clear intentions to create their own ethnic group living according to their clans laws but with the opportunity to have as much power as possible in their places of residence, which for them is all of Russia.
    11. +4
      3 January 2024 18: 02
      Guys, we have a great opportunity to play against diasporas. I will vote for him so that the authorities see him as a competitor, and if I’m lucky, he will follow Navalny.
      They are not putting him forward to win, he will never win anyway, but to scare the population so that everyone will run to vote for Putin. And if he gets a lot of votes, he will rake.
      1. +1
        3 January 2024 22: 59
        Quote: Stinging_Nettle
        Guys, we have a great opportunity to play against diasporas. I will vote for him so that the authorities see him as a competitor, and if I’m lucky, he will follow Navalny.
        They are not putting him forward to win, he will never win anyway, but to scare the population so that everyone will run to vote for Putin. And if he gets a lot of votes, he will rake.


        Who will vote for Putin? Victims of Channel 1 and Russia 24? Isn’t it already clear to everyone after two years what is going on in our country?
        Unfortunately, Putin will certainly win, and is unlikely to allow at least one real patriot of Russia and the Russian people (Prigozhin was killed, Strelkov was imprisoned). But it’s not so easy to deceive people...
        1. +1
          4 January 2024 01: 31
          Advice to you - read carefully the history of Rus'-Tsarist Russia. It has always been like this and only a general danger to the country revived and united people to defend the Motherland! And now society is quietly beginning to change for the better, in the right direction. It takes a long time to harness, but we go quickly. To start To wiggle, you need to get a good hit in the face.
        2. -3
          4 January 2024 10: 40
          Quote from: newtc7
          But it’s not so easy to deceive people...
          Formally, you are right. But you still hope to deceive, using the method “You don’t need a knife for a fool, you’ll sing along to him a little...”. It's unlikely to work.
    12. +5
      3 January 2024 19: 59
      Oh
      and who did it
      and who is to blame for this? Who supports and lobbies for the import of millions of barmaley to Russia? I’m afraid to even say it, otherwise they’ll start banging on the door for lack of enthusiasm...
    13. +2
      3 January 2024 22: 50
      Quote: Aerodrome
      the quiet undermining of Russia from within begins.


      Only it’s no longer quiet and it’s no longer starting, but it’s in full swing. Moreover, with the full protection of their own authorities.
    14. 0
      4 January 2024 13: 06
      Undoubtedly, this is the path to destroy our state.
      The head of state cannot be nominated from any of the individual faiths, or from any of the nations or nationalities.
      And without any other options, this should be at the level of state law or stated in the Constitution.
  2. +9
    3 January 2024 04: 43
    the quiet undermining of Russia from within begins.
    1. -31
      3 January 2024 07: 22
      No need to panic! Normal process!
      It’s just that for the first time a Muslim is being nominated, that’s why the reaction is like this... So there are 42 more candidates, I’d like to dig around!
      Who said what and when, who he seduced in childhood and youth...
      1. +10
        3 January 2024 10: 13
        So there are 42 more candidates, I’d like to dig around there!


        The authorities are doing everything to unconditionally and decisively win the 2024 Elections.
        The authorities will offer Russian citizens such a list of candidates for the post of President of Russia that the line “For V.V. Putin” for a sane voter will be similar to the line “Against ALL” that disappeared from the ballot.

        The intrigue in the current elections will remain only in how many percent the undisputed Winner will gain: 60%, 70% or 80%?
        1. +5
          3 January 2024 13: 10
          "Undisputed Winner: 60%, 70% or 80%?"
          Now Chechnya feels offended. You will have to apologize to Kadyrov. 146. and not a millimeter lower laughing
        2. +6
          3 January 2024 15: 18
          The intrigue in the current elections will remain only in how many percent the undisputed Winner will gain: 60%, 70% or 80%?
          - depends on the region, in some it will be 105% laughing
      2. +18
        3 January 2024 11: 18
        Quote: sagitovich
        It’s just that this is the first time a Muslim has been nominated, that’s why the reaction is like this...

        Why a “Muslim” and not just a candidate from such and such a party? Why the emphasis on religion? Apparently in order to encourage Muslims to vote. To then lobby the interests of the religious community.
        And so, it has long become clear that Muslims (migrants and native Russians) will increasingly demand religious rights for themselves. They have already lobbied for prayer rooms in military universities, they also flaunt hijabs, and demonstratively perform prayers in places not intended for this. And the Russian media laughed at Europe...
      3. +3
        3 January 2024 11: 39
        Quote: sagitovich
        It’s just that for the first time a Muslim is being nominated

        Muslims were pushed out in trains before this... The point here is that it was the Mufti! That is, almost the Taliban.
        1. +4
          3 January 2024 12: 11
          “Mufti” is just (title, dignity, rank) in a mosque, just like in a church deacon, archbishop, etc.!
          And what does the Taliban have to do with it?
          1. +1
            3 January 2024 12: 16
            Quote: sagitovich
            And what does the Taliban have to do with it?

            Well, it's clear! Meaning - definition religious and political course of the country.. There were many Muslims at the top of power. And Khasbulatov is a Muslim. But!!!! But.. This is a completely different matter. Categorically different.
            1. +8
              3 January 2024 13: 12
              "This is a completely different matter. Categorically different."
              A mufti is a professional Muslim. all his activities are aimed only at increasing the number of Muslims
              1. -2
                3 January 2024 17: 01
                "activities are aimed at increasing the number of Muslims"
                A professional inseminator or what?!
              2. -1
                3 January 2024 17: 02
                "activities are aimed at increasing the number of Muslims"
                A professional inseminator or what?! laughing
                1. +5
                  3 January 2024 21: 08
                  Absolutely exactly, the BRAIN IMMENSEER of the flock..
            2. -4
              4 January 2024 11: 19
              Quote: ammunition
              determination of the country's religious and political course
              Can you be more specific? Today, the course of Russian foreign policy is determined in the south of Eurasia, including the entire Muslim world. Traditionalism - the acceptance of all traditional religions - is written in the Constitution of the Russian Federation. What kind of panic are you having on the Titanic...
        2. 0
          4 January 2024 10: 59
          Quote: ammunition
          Mufti! That is, almost the Taliban.
          What a mess you have in your head, Nikolai, not to say even worse. Muftis have been participating in the SVO from its very beginning.
          I would send you to ban
          Only for this "Taliban"
          .
      4. +3
        3 January 2024 21: 05
        Take a look into the cesspool of the Internet, update your thoughts...
    2. +3
      3 January 2024 12: 34
      a quiet undermining of Russia from within.
      Discussions about the Notre Dame Mosque in VO are no longer as popular as they were just a couple of years ago.
      1. +3
        3 January 2024 13: 13
        "Reflections on the Notre-Dame Mosque of Paris"
        memory like a guppy fish
      2. +4
        4 January 2024 11: 43
        Well, the St. Basil's Mosque somehow turned out to be closer, unexpectedly. hi
    3. +5
      3 January 2024 16: 10
      Airfield:
      the quiet undermining of Russia from within begins.

      And here’s how the Kazakhs don’t allow their state to be undermined from within:
      to any “uneven” activity of other ethnic groups - they beat someone, simply behaved, in the opinion of the Kazakhs, incorrectly, offended somehow somewhere, the Kazakhs respond with instant grassroots self-organization and... good old pogroms. Chechen, Turkish, Armenian, Dungan, Uighur. Always with burning houses and victims. Sometimes very numerous. And even a grouping on the street in order to celebrate your national New Year can become a reason to snatch it from the Kazakhs. The Chinese will confirm. And then the president will come to the relatives of the victims of the pogroms and say: next time, so as not to be killed, learn the Kazakh language.
      Actually, this is a national state with Asian-feudal characteristics.

      Please note - grassroots self-organization. Something that the Russians completely lack when it comes to protecting one of their own. And it is considered as a feat if a Russian suddenly stands up to defend a Russian in a way that does not fall under Article 282.
      Example. A few months ago, Moscow region. The migrant worker snatched the phone from the schoolboy, and the pensioner tripped the thief and barely held him back until the mother came running in response to the child’s screams and snatched the phone from the scoundrel. But many passed by and did not help the old man...
      This is a feat for us. Correspondents came running, a letter from the governor, and a new car was presented to the old man.
      What is a feat for us is commonplace for Kazakhs. They keep their few Chechens at attention! are being built, but the most aggressive and inclined to blood feud in Chechnya survived.
      1. +3
        3 January 2024 23: 04
        Quote: depressant
        Airfield:
        the quiet undermining of Russia from within begins.

        And here’s how the Kazakhs don’t allow their state to be undermined from within:
        to any “uneven” activity of other ethnic groups - they beat someone, simply behaved, in the opinion of the Kazakhs, incorrectly, offended somehow somewhere, the Kazakhs respond with instant grassroots self-organization and... good old pogroms. Chechen, Turkish, Armenian, Dungan, Uighur. Always with burning houses and victims. Sometimes very numerous. And even a grouping on the street in order to celebrate your national New Year can become a reason to snatch it from the Kazakhs. The Chinese will confirm. And then the president will come to the relatives of the victims of the pogroms and say: next time, so as not to be killed, learn the Kazakh language.
        Actually, this is a national state with Asian-feudal characteristics.

        Please note - grassroots self-organization. Something that the Russians completely lack when it comes to protecting one of their own. And it is considered as a feat if a Russian suddenly stands up to defend a Russian in a way that does not fall under Article 282.
        Example. A few months ago, Moscow region. The migrant worker snatched the phone from the schoolboy, and the pensioner tripped the thief and barely held him back until the mother came running in response to the child’s screams and snatched the phone from the scoundrel. But many passed by and did not help the old man...
        This is a feat for us. Correspondents came running, a letter from the governor, and a new car was presented to the old man.
        What is a feat for us is commonplace for Kazakhs. They keep their few Chechens at attention! are being built, but the most aggressive and inclined to blood feud in Chechnya survived.


        Russophobes like you always blame this as some kind of weakness of the Russian people.
        However, the difference is that for the Kazakhs in Kazakhstan, nothing happens to the authorities for this, and for the Russians in Russia, the same Russophobic authorities as the author of this comment will imprison them for 15 years.
        What is the solution to the problem? Well, it obviously won't be easy.
        But in the end we will defeat both this Russophobic government and these diaspora invaders. For we are Russians and God is with us.
        1. +1
          3 January 2024 23: 46
          Russophobes like you always blame this as some kind of weakness of the Russian people.
          However, the difference is that for the Kazakhs in Kazakhstan, nothing happens to the authorities for this, and for the Russians in Russia, the same Russophobic authorities as the author of this comment will imprison them for 15 years.
          What is the solution to the problem? Well, it obviously won't be easy.
          But in the end we will defeat both this Russophobic government and these diaspora invaders. For we are Russians and God is with us.

          I agree with the first part, but not sure about the solution. Now, just in case, I watched video lessons on the Kazakh language, it works fine, it’s easier than I expected. There are no articles, for which many thanks to the Kazakhs.
      2. +3
        4 January 2024 09: 09
        "Please note - grassroots self-organization"
        Kazakhs do not have Article 282 and the National Guard
  3. +23
    3 January 2024 04: 57
    I have only one question: why doesn’t Putin do ANYTHING to at least somehow stop this very acute national issue? Or does he think that the Kremlin walls will save him from everything? Nikolai 2 also thought so... So maybe not make the mistakes of the past, but play ahead before the situation becomes uncontrollable?
    1. +10
      3 January 2024 05: 17
      Quote from: FoBoss_VM
      I have only one question: why doesn’t Putin do ANYTHING?

      Yes, after such a “presentation”, everyone will rush to vote for Putin.
      1. +7
        3 January 2024 09: 43
        Quote: Aerodrome
        Quote from: FoBoss_VM
        I have only one question: why doesn’t Putin do ANYTHING?

        Yes, after such a “presentation”, everyone will rush to vote for Putin.

        Just the opposite.
        What's the point of someone who allows all this *****, in principle?
    2. +11
      3 January 2024 05: 49
      Because Putin believes that this is how it should be.
    3. +24
      3 January 2024 06: 12
      Why doesn’t Putin do ANYTHING to at least somehow stop this very acute national issue?

      He has been living in another reality for a long time! For him, everything is fine in Russia, the country is prospering, the entire population is for him with soul and heart.
      1. +12
        3 January 2024 07: 44
        So Nicholas 2 also thought that everything was fine in his Empire, the people loved him and were ready for him “through fire and water.” And that’s how it all turned out... “Prigozhin’s Rebellion” should have taught at least something...
        1. +1
          3 January 2024 23: 10
          Quote: Vladimir M
          So Nicholas 2 also thought that everything was fine in his Empire, the people loved him and were ready for him “through fire and water.” And that’s how it all turned out... “Prigozhin’s Rebellion” should have taught at least something...


          I think he understood everything. And I realized that the overwhelming majority of Russian passionaries would follow Prigozhin... that’s why they began to threaten Akhmat. And now he needs to somehow get out of this situation. Therefore, he will do everything to win these elections, and then fun times await us
          1. +1
            4 January 2024 00: 09
            Quote from: newtc7
            And I realized that the vast majority of Russian passionaries it would go for Prigozhin...
            - so why? NOT went? Why did the column along the road not increase but decrease?
            1. +1
              4 January 2024 00: 18
              Quote: your1970
              Quote from: newtc7
              And I realized that the vast majority of Russian passionaries it would go for Prigozhin...
              - so why? NOT went? Why did the column along the road not increase but decrease?


              Where did it decrease? Were you in the column to confirm this?
              In Moscow, a gigantic number of people were waiting for the arrival of the column; at the front, most of the soldiers were also for... We are familiar with some of the features first hand...
              Now it’s too late to speculate, but the entire history of Russia, and perhaps even the world, could have taken a different path if Prigozhin had not stopped then.
              1. +3
                4 January 2024 00: 49
                Quote from: newtc7
                In Moscow, a gigantic number of people were waiting for the arrival of the column

                “Rus' has enough fools for centuries” (c) this is a classic - not me...
                Wait justice belay only naive people could get away from a billionaire oligarch - as naive as those who went to rallies “For Yeltsin!!! He’s against the authorities!!!” (c)...
                I hope you remember what position life put everyone in then, including those protesting for him?
                And yes, for or against - there can be any quantity. The question of converting quantity into quality... Here, even with the number of supporters, it was sluggish...

                The campaign ended exactly at the moment when the commanders realized that as part of the criminal case of rebellion, the accounts would be frozen all, and for ordinary people - they showed a search with the seizure of cash in Gazelles
                1. 0
                  4 January 2024 12: 16
                  Quote: your1970
                  The campaign ended exactly at the moment when the commanders realized that as part of the criminal case of rebellion, everyone’s accounts would be frozen, and for the rank and file they showed a search with the seizure of cash in Gazels
                  Perhaps it was also unpleasant for the commanders that their money was only in frozen accounts, and Prigozhin’s money, in addition to accounts, was also in cash.
                2. 0
                  11 January 2024 23: 46
                  Quote: your1970
                  Quote from: newtc7
                  In Moscow, a gigantic number of people were waiting for the arrival of the column

                  “Rus' has enough fools for centuries” (c) this is a classic - not me...
                  Wait justice belay only naive people could get away from a billionaire oligarch - as naive as those who went to rallies “For Yeltsin!!! He’s against the authorities!!!” (c)...
                  I hope you remember what position life put everyone in then, including those protesting for him?
                  And yes, for or against - there can be any quantity. The question of converting quantity into quality... Here, even with the number of supporters, it was sluggish...

                  The campaign ended exactly at the moment when the commanders realized that as part of the criminal case of rebellion, the accounts would be frozen all, and for ordinary people - they showed a search with the seizure of cash in Gazelles
          2. +1
            4 January 2024 09: 13
            “Therefore, he will do everything to win these elections, and then fun times await us.”
            Do you think you might not win? it is unlikely
      2. +18
        3 January 2024 08: 24
        [quote=KLM77] For him, everything is fine in Russia, the country is prospering, the entire population is for him with soul and heart.
        [/ Quote /]
        It’s just that he hasn’t traveled around Russia for a long time. And if his feet take him anywhere, they make them shine in advance, even put up false facades. He doesn’t even know about cities like ours, and how people think about his activities. I would say, but site censorship won’t allow it. And I’m always blocked. wassat wassat wassat
        1. +7
          3 January 2024 10: 14
          Quote: fa2998
          I would say, but site censorship won’t allow it. And I’m always blocked.

          This is the most harmless thing that can happen...
        2. +3
          3 January 2024 13: 24
          [quote=fa2998][quote=KLM77] For him, everything is fine in Russia, the country is prospering, the entire population is for him with soul and heart.
          [/ Quote /]
          It’s just that he hasn’t traveled around Russia for a long time. And if his feet take him anywhere, they make them shine in advance, even put up false facades. He doesn’t even know about cities like ours, and how people think about his activities. I would say, but site censorship won’t allow it. And I’m always blocked. wassat wassat wassat[/ Quote]
          That's right! Many people in power don’t know about certain cities and towns.
          On December 13, I wrote to VV Putin on the website about the disgraceful maintenance of heating mains.
          No, don’t think that I’ve completely lost my mind and decided that Putin will read my rubbish! No! I hoped that Putin’s assistants would spread my message to the region, especially since I had been contacting both the district and regional administrations for more than one year!
          Naive! It turned out that no one needs anything but dough! Bare pipes of heating mains lie for years right on the ground in spring and autumn, and in the winter in the snow, well, let them lie quietly! After all, they don’t bother anyone! In the fall, the head of the local administration directly stepped over these pipes, and even stumbled, and NOTHING!!!
        3. +1
          3 January 2024 13: 28
          “But he hasn’t traveled around Russia for a long time”
          Let him, for starters, travel from St. Petersburg to Vologda, through Petrozavodsk. you'll be surprised...
    4. +14
      3 January 2024 07: 06
      Quote from: FoBoss_VM
      I have only one question: why doesn’t Putin do ANYTHING to at least somehow stop this very acute national issue?

      The trouble with Russia is that the rulers do not want to limit migration and are issuing citizenship left and right.
      1. +2
        3 January 2024 23: 12
        Quote: carpenter
        Quote from: FoBoss_VM
        I have only one question: why doesn’t Putin do ANYTHING to at least somehow stop this very acute national issue?

        The trouble with Russia is that the rulers do not want to limit migration and are issuing citizenship left and right.


        And they give it out specifically to non-Russians, Russians or Europeans; in order to receive it, it’s years of ordeal and torment... it’s still obvious.
    5. +28
      3 January 2024 07: 07
      Yes, because he strictly defined it in the first term. Russia is not for Russians. Then it was under him that Article 282 flourished. Finally, now he continues to bring more migrants to Russia.
    6. +12
      3 January 2024 08: 53
      ...why doesn’t Putin do ANYTHING?

      Fuck all these questions, for his lifetime there will be enough stability and security behind the Kremlin walls, okay.
    7. +13
      3 January 2024 10: 10
      Quote from: FoBoss_VM
      Nicholas 2 thought so too

      So at the beginning of the 20th century, more than a hundred million indigenous Russian people lived in villages alone... And now? In one or two generations, there will be more “Russians” than indigenous people, and all this is not “fairy tales”, the trend towards this is developing alarmingly very quickly, with the absolute approval of those in power...
    8. +11
      3 January 2024 11: 47
      Quote from: FoBoss_VM
      Why doesn’t Putin do ANYTHING to at least somehow stop this very acute national issue?

      You don't know. What an undertaking! So, in terms of the number of migrants, Russia has taken 3rd place in Europe. 8% of the population. Like in the galleys... he promotes and does everything he can.
      At the same time, the Orthodox population is being exterminated.
    9. +2
      3 January 2024 11: 51
      But because he is a dependent person... From his promises to those around EBN, the Chechens, Dagestanis, etc... He can’t, because they will demolish
      1. +2
        3 January 2024 23: 13
        Quote from: dmi.pris1
        But because he is a dependent person... From his promises to those around EBN, the Chechens, Dagestanis, etc... He can’t, because they will demolish


        Eh no. If he had spoken out directly for the Russians, not in words but in deeds, he would have been supported by so many Russian men that no one would be afraid of him.
        Here the essence is different - divides and conquers. Russians are not beneficial to the authorities; they are much more interested in clockwork
    10. -15
      3 January 2024 12: 03
      Putin is to blame again!!!
      It’s probably also my fault that some people don’t succeed with women, as they did under Yeltsin. laughing
      1. +9
        3 January 2024 13: 17
        "Putin is to blame again!!!"
        no, of course, it’s all stupid people who think so, who don’t understand politics at all! in fact, Makarevich is to blame for everything! well, and a little Shevchuk laughing
        1. +4
          3 January 2024 14: 05
          Quote: ZloyKot
          in fact, Makarevich is to blame for everything! well, and a little Shevchuk

          feel You forgot Akunin. A dangerous "terrorist, extremist and maniac." Who "caused" all this trouble. -)))))
          1. +1
            3 January 2024 14: 09
            "You forgot Akunin"
            never loved him. yeah, I forgot
    11. +2
      3 January 2024 16: 11
      before the situation becomes uncontrollable?

      It has been for a long time already.
      There is simply no one to control it, and there is no desire.
    12. +4
      3 January 2024 23: 07
      Quote from: FoBoss_VM
      I have only one question: why doesn’t Putin do ANYTHING to at least somehow stop this very acute national issue? Or does he think that the Kremlin walls will save him from everything? Nikolai 2 also thought so... So maybe not make the mistakes of the past, but play ahead before the situation becomes uncontrollable?


      Because it was he who organized it. Solutions of this level and problems of this level are not created without the direct participation of the central government.
      Do you really believe that they may not know something or not understand what is happening? All of them, of course, know and understand, and they themselves adjusted the system so that it would be what it is now. The question is - why? Well, there may be different motives, it’s difficult to think about them, but there are no good options for you and me there...
  4. +28
    3 January 2024 05: 19
    Any associations based on nationality must be suppressed. It doesn’t mean to disperse, but in the sense of banning the organizations themselves and their financing. It’s one thing when children are taught about traditions and culture in the kitchen at home, but it’s quite another when this “culture” creeps into government positions even in the regions.
  5. -4
    3 January 2024 05: 25
    So we’ll throw out the baby with the bathwater. I believe that a leader of any rank can have his own religious beliefs. But they should not serve to promote these beliefs. The Constitution states that we have a secular state. So we must be tried for violating the Constitution.
    1. +17
      3 January 2024 06: 16
      So we need to be tried for violating the Constitution.

      Who should we start with? The authorities themselves have repeatedly disregarded the Constitution and the law.
  6. +11
    3 January 2024 05: 36
    Why don't they nominate Khusnullin? He is very passionate about the migration of the entire population of Central Asia to Russia.
    1. +5
      3 January 2024 07: 13
      Why don't they nominate Khusnullin?

      because it’s impossible, he’s “one of his own” for someone, he can’t go against the elections yet...
      p.s. Did you notice that the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, when nominating a candidate, said that he would not criticize someone...
      1. +5
        3 January 2024 07: 16
        Quote: Vladimir80
        can’t go against the elections yet

        It’s not evening yet... closer to the end of the next term, he will have this desire...

        Quote: Vladimir80
        The Communist Party of the Russian Federation, when nominating a candidate, said that he would not criticize someone

        no, that’s not fair)) what will they use then? it won’t work on backup dancers, like the LDPR under the late Zhirik)
        1. +2
          3 January 2024 07: 19
          closer to the end of the next term he will have this desire...

          perhaps, although it seems to me that he is smarter/cunning (he would prefer to remain an eminence grise, like S.S.S.)
          1. +8
            3 January 2024 07: 24
            Agree. Now he is in power and at the feeding trough, and he is not threatened with impeachment or a plane crash. We don’t know the volume of gratitude for the fact that new regions are being restored exclusively by foreign specialists and this is only the beginning of a large construction project. The tit is a tit in Africa too.
            1. 0
              4 January 2024 00: 55
              A lot of Russian specialists are involved in the restoration of new regions.
  7. +13
    3 January 2024 05: 43
    Still, Zhirinovsky expressed the correct idea that in Russia there should be no territorial division along ethnic lines. We have (sort of) come to terms with the collapse of the USSR. What to expect next?
    But you need to be careful with religion. Do not interfere with religions in the principle of state building. In Russia there are enough principles of division on religious, linguistic, property, and territorial grounds.
    It remains to ask the authorities what they are building: a secular state or a new Tower of Babel?
  8. -36
    3 January 2024 05: 48
    Muslims in Russia are the same citizens of our multinational country as Orthodox or Buddhists and have the same rights. Why can't a Muslim be nominated as a presidential candidate? During the last presidential elections, the half-Jewish Sobchak put forward such slogans that she should have been sent to prison, not for president. But everyone kept quiet.
    Such Black Hundred-nationalist articles are aimed at inciting interethnic hatred in Russia, which has always been strong precisely because of the unity of its peoples.
    p.s. The election campaign has begun. Streams of dirt will pour on everything and everyone from all the light bulbs and irons. Let's rid our beloved VO of such articles. There are a lot of sites on the RuNet. Let similar articles be published there.
    1. +25
      3 January 2024 05: 59
      You should not confuse Russian Muslims with Islamists brought from Central Asia and Azerbaijan, and who received citizenship by hook or by crook. Elections happen all the time, but this topic only arose today, when the number of Wahhabis brought into Russia began to grow. Or do they have the right? Would you like to tell them about the unity of the peoples of Russia?
      1. -14
        3 January 2024 06: 15
        Do not confuse Russian Muslims with Islamists brought from Central Asia and received citizenship by hook or by crook. Elections happen all the time, but this topic only arose today, when the number of Wahhabis brought to Russia began to grow.

        Information for note:
        Uzbekistan: “We warn users of social networks that the preparation, storage and dissemination of information promoting various radical, religious extremist and ideas uncharacteristic of the Islamic religion may entail liability established by Articles 156 (Incitement of national, racial, ethnic or religious hatred), 244- 3 (Illegal production, storage, import or distribution of materials with religious content) of the Criminal Code of Uzbekistan”,
        Kyrgyzstan: “In Kyrgyzstan, there are a lot of criminal cases opened under Article 330 “Incitement of racial, ethnic, national, religious interregional hostility (hatred)” of the Criminal Code of the Kyrgyz Republic."
        Tajikistan: “The President of Tajikistan Emomali Rahmon approved amendments to the Criminal Code and the country’s anti-terrorism law on December 19. They came into force on December 28.

        Punishments have become much more severe. For example, incitement to commit extremist acts is currently punishable by imprisonment from three to five years. Previously, the sentence was a maximum of two years.

        Organizing an extremist group is now punishable by eight to 10 years in prison, up from the previous five to eight years. Leadership in an extremist group can cost anywhere from eight to 15 years of freedom. Previously, the punishment was 5-10 years.
        1. +13
          3 January 2024 06: 19
          Great. And they see and understand everything there perfectly, so they issued the corresponding decrees and all the Wahhabis went to Russia. There the clergy defends their power and does the right thing. Only I’m talking about something else: that all this is the beginning of the next stage in the future conflict between Russians and migrants.
          1. +10
            3 January 2024 06: 28
            Where do you place the St. Petersburg police, who “protect” the Azerbaijani mafia? Or do the local Ministry of Internal Affairs employ exclusively Wahhabi migrants headed by the Ayatollah General?
            We need to fight not against Muslim migrants, but against bribe-takers of all religions and nationalities, against irresponsibility and impunity for their actions.
            Then the children of migrants will learn their language and culture only in specially designated places. not in street gangs.
            1. +9
              3 January 2024 06: 35
              I heard you)) Good fight! Let the one who fights win)
              I consider our further dialogue pointless.
            2. +3
              3 January 2024 06: 50
              Please allow the quote.
              the generals were all young,
              energetic and all handsome men. What, coming to
              authorities, they decided to immediately put an end to
              mismanagement, bureaucracy, bribery,
              theft, nepotism, localism, fraternity,
              piety, idle talk, glorification, vanity,
              pomp, drunkenness, idle talk, roteness,
              bungling, began to strengthen production discipline
              and fight to exceed plans They showed a lot
              energy, met with the masses, gave speeches,
            3. +13
              3 January 2024 10: 11
              Children of migrants must learn their language and culture in their homeland. In the Russian Federation, jobs are in short supply for native Russians as a result of the destruction of the USSR industry by traitors. You broke away, became independent, create conditions for your farmers and farmers. The labor shortage is bullshit. They don’t want to pay or comply with the Labor Code. Only these are rakes, the migrants feel the strength and will soon begin to bend them.
        2. +20
          3 January 2024 06: 34
          Amateur.
          How many definitions of “ideas uncharacteristic of the Islamic religion” were there in the SA courts? And was anyone ever tried?
          Local migrants themselves have no idea about the essence of Islam. Helping your own people, not respecting Russians, this is everyday Islam for young illiterate savages.
          1. -10
            3 January 2024 06: 36
            How many definitions of “ideas uncharacteristic of the Islamic religion” were there in the SA courts? And was anyone ever tried?

            You are not asking me this question. And look on the Internet. Everything is written there. When, where, to whom and how much was given.
        3. Egg
          +15
          3 January 2024 09: 10
          Quote: Amateur
          Uzbekistan

          Quote: Amateur
          Kyrgyzstan

          Quote: Amateur
          Tajikistan:

          Quote: Amateur
          Tajikistan:

          All this is fine, only these articles of law are effective only if there is a crime against these countries and their citizens, and not against Russians.
          And I would also like to clarify against whom criminal cases were opened under these articles. Russia also has strict legislation regarding extremism and inciting ethnic hatred, but it is used in the absolute majority against Russians, and against nationalities in exceptional cases, with a big wave in the media, when it is no longer possible to hide or silence.
          In most countries, especially in Asia, representatives of the law always take the side of their own, even if they are wrong three times, but in the Russian Federation it is always the Russians who are to blame. Even in the USSR, the police and the law were always on the side of foreigners; in any conflict they imprisoned their own.
        4. +4
          3 January 2024 13: 33
          "Information for your information:
          Uzbekistan: “We warn users of social networks that the preparation, storage and dissemination of information promoting various radical, religious extremist and ideas uncharacteristic of the Islamic religion may entail liability established by Articles 156 (Incitement of national, racial, ethnic or religious hatred), 244- 3 (Illegal production, storage, import or distribution of materials with religious content) of the Criminal Code of Uzbekistan”,
          Kyrgyzstan: “In Kyrgyzstan there are a lot of criminal cases opened under Article 330 “Incitement to racial violence”
          They don’t write anything on the fences. But these migrants who put a bolt on the laws and customs of Russians, where are they from? from the planet Nubiru?
    2. 0
      3 January 2024 06: 31
      Everything I know about Islam and Muslims, I learned on September 11, 2001. I don't need to know anything beyond that.
      We will never forget, we will never forgive.
      1. +8
        3 January 2024 06: 39
        Do you mean the aerobatic team in slippers “Islamic Knights”, piercing through structures made of steel and concrete with duralumin aircraft?
        1. +7
          3 January 2024 06: 56
          Do you mean the aerobatic team in slippers “Islamic Knights”, piercing through structures made of steel and concrete with duralumin aircraft?

          Not just duralumin, but also so strong that the neighboring building, which did not get the plane, collapsed. Just like the Pentagon, where there is destruction, but no plane.
          p.s. I also wonder what the events of 09-11 have to do with the elections of 03-24 in the Russian Federation.
          1. +4
            3 January 2024 07: 00
            Quote: Amateur
            I also wonder what the events of 09-11 have to do with the elections of 03-24 in the Russian Federation.
            They have the most direct relation to Islam and Muslims, to whom this article is relevant.
            1. -10
              3 January 2024 07: 05
              They have the most direct relation to Islam and Muslims, to whom this article is relevant.

              Do you think that S. Baburin, who nominated a Muslim as a candidate for the elections, converted to Islam? Otherwise, unfortunately, I don’t see any other points of contact, except for the extreme nationalism of the author of the article.
            2. +6
              3 January 2024 07: 06
              I can still connect the events of 11.09 with Afghanistan, but with the Russian Federation I can’t...
        2. -3
          3 January 2024 07: 03
          There are things about which it is not customary to joke, and for such jokes in polite society they are beaten with candelabra.
          1. +3
            3 January 2024 13: 34
            "and in polite society they strike with candelabra."
            is it among Jews in America?
          2. +3
            3 January 2024 23: 20
            Quote: Nagan
            There are things about which it is not customary to joke, and for such jokes in polite society they are beaten with candelabra.


            Russia had much more terrorist attacks than the United States. And by the way, the United States had nothing against them. Why this example with towers? Are you American or what?
      2. +7
        3 January 2024 08: 48
        We will never forget, we will never forgive.

        Few people missed them. This was understandable even then, but now it’s hard to grieve for them when American missiles and shells are flying into our cities;
      3. +3
        3 January 2024 11: 43
        Read the Bible. There is a lot there about the “humanism” of the Jews. Yes, and Christians also noted in this regard. But where are the ideas of the great prophets and where are the works of religious fanatics?
        1. +1
          3 January 2024 18: 48
          Quote from shikin
          Read the Bible.

          I read it more than once. Evaluate events before Christ. from the moral point of view of the 50st century, it is at least incorrect. And to act today according to the norms and customs of the camel breeders of the millennium before last is not only immoral, but also criminal. And if we approach the events of the millennium before last with today’s standards, then a man who married a five-year-old girl at the age of “over XNUMX” is nothing more and nothing less than a pedophile. But then this was the norm in that corner of the world.
          1. -1
            3 January 2024 19: 04
            Well then, explain to me why you evaluate religious teaching based on the affairs of religious fanatics? And explain to me what relation these religious fanatics have to the teachings of the same Moses, Jesus, Mohammed? These three religions come from the same root, are based on the concept of one God and believe that their idea is the most correct. And yet 99% of the followers of these religions are essentially pagans. They worship holy images, places, stones, strictly perform rituals, instead (and not together) of studying the scriptures and trying to follow them in their lives.
            And it seems to me that the prophets did not fight against the teachings of other prophets, but against this perverted paganism.
    3. +11
      3 January 2024 07: 08
      Such Black Hundred-nationalist articles are aimed at inciting interethnic hatred in Russia, which has always been strong precisely because of the unity of its peoples.

      Well, GDP cannot rule forever, so it is unknown who will be the ruler of 1/6 of the land, for example, in 10 years - some “talking head” of globalists or a representative of the “new Russians” (migrants), and so you will tell them about unity peoples and international wink
    4. +11
      3 January 2024 08: 33
      Expected. You stand for the rule of law and the inadmissibility of discrimination on national and religious grounds; supporters of discrimination call you a “Black Hundred nationalist.”
    5. -15
      3 January 2024 10: 29
      An extremely harmful article trying to put an owl on the globe. I don’t understand who is preventing the author from considering himself as belonging to the Russian NATION and why a kunak from Dagestan cannot consider himself part of the Russian CIVILIZATION? We should be PROUD that a representative of the people whose land Russia annexed during the Caucasian War assessed its subsequent influence on the cultural and demographic development of his small homeland in exactly this way. Biryukov is, to put it mildly, a provocateur and a jerk.
      1. +5
        3 January 2024 13: 36
        “Why can’t a kunak from Dagestan consider himself part of the Russian CIVILIZATION?”
        civilization? is this really about Dagestan?
    6. +9
      3 January 2024 10: 56
      Quote: Amateur
      Why can't a Muslim be nominated as a presidential candidate?

      Who said it can't? We have freedom of religion! Even an atheist (or Buddhist) can be chosen. But why advertise that the candidate is not only a Muslim, but is elected purely from Muslims?

      Russians are divided into those and those that are not. Let us then choose a candidate from the Russians and Orthodox Christians! Or do they not have the right? Is this different?
    7. +4
      3 January 2024 13: 23
      "Why can't a Muslim be nominated as a presidential candidate?"
      Is he running as a Muslim, or as a citizen of the Russian Federation? being a mufti, he is a Muslim. wants to be like a citizen of the Russian Federation - let him change his profession and pray at home, and not in public places
  9. +6
    3 January 2024 06: 01
    Can anyone tell offhand how many countries have religious leaders at the head of the country???
    1. +14
      3 January 2024 06: 14
      Informally in Iran. But, apparently, someone wants such a person to appear in Russia, or to become an ayatollah like him. So that the Muslims of Russia morally support their co-religionists-specialists in the future massacre.
      The person downvoting my posts is apparently missing something. Or it works.
      1. +12
        3 January 2024 11: 09
        I am also a Muslim!!! But for me, all sorts of Tajiks and Uzbeks are aliens!!! Where should I sign up for them???
        1. +1
          3 January 2024 23: 26
          Quote from BlacTiger74
          I am also a Muslim!!! But for me, all sorts of Tajiks and Uzbeks are aliens!!! Where should I sign up for them???


          No problem. Muslims who really understand Islam even evoke sympathy, as they are usually good, friendly people. We are all against the importation of savages, for whom Islam means shouting alhamdulilah and putting a rug somewhere in a crowded place. In fact, they are pagans in general. But the point here is not about religion, it’s about the social sphere of incomparability between a 21st century city like ours and a medieval village from where millions of people are brought to us.
          Even here is the case in Chelyabinsk with the wars of the Northern Military District. A savage with a stick screams and yells and swears, he’s obviously afraid to go out alone, only in a crowd, only with improvised means, only in a rat. No honor, no concepts, nothing at all. Why do we need such compatriots? Well, that’s all with passports already.
      2. 0
        4 January 2024 01: 07
        In Iran it is not informal, but quite official. The supreme ruler must be from among the ayatollahs. And the popularly elected presidents (although functionally they are essentially popularly elected prime ministers) of Iran are also mainly elected from among the clergy. Although in Islam, strictly speaking, there are no clergy in the Christian sense.
    2. +12
      3 January 2024 06: 15
      Quote from BlacTiger74
      Can anyone tell offhand how many countries have religious leaders at the head of the country???

      Offhand - Iran and Afghanistan. Also the Vatican. Well, and some other monarchies of the Persian Gulf, combining both a secular and a spiritual leader...
      1. +12
        3 January 2024 06: 50
        Of course, we can say that “they won’t be elected anyway.” However, it is very bad that such a candidate, as well as a liberal candidate, or, for example, a “pacifist” candidate, get the opportunity to speak their thoughts to the whole country at pre-election debates.
        Of course, the new citizens will be happy and proud, and they will all watch the debate.
        1. +12
          3 January 2024 07: 03
          This is what we are counting on. They need a spiritual leader who will openly tell the whole country how he will buy from fellow believers in the market without haggling, because his soul hurts. A kind of Muslim ombudsman. The Supreme Mufti will not get dirty with all this, but such a figure is just right. Under this cause, they may even begin to push about the need to give migrants the right to vote in elections. They also take an active part in the life of society. They are building Russia. Those who have not yet retrained as taxi drivers and barbecue operators.
          1. +6
            3 January 2024 07: 31
            they may even start talking about the need to give migrants the right to vote in elections

            all migrants will be made citizens by that time, all changes in laws are going in this direction... so get used to the Uzbek and Tajik languages...
            1. +10
              3 January 2024 07: 34
              And mentally prepare yourself for circumcision?)
          2. +2
            3 January 2024 09: 14
            to taxi drivers

            By the way! There was a message that in St. Petersburg, previously, a taxi driver’s salary was 100 rubles, but now it has become higher, much higher.
            1. +1
              3 January 2024 21: 34
              Well, well, my comrades there, mining banknotes, not on rent, complain from 50 to 70 with weekends, over 100 there is no smell for Russians... Suburb of St. Petersburg.
              1. 0
                4 January 2024 01: 01
                Perhaps there are fewer in the region? recourse since September the price has increased by 1,5 times
                Quote: nerovnayadoroga
                ....., complain from 50 to 70 with weekends, for 100 there is no smell for Russians... Suburb of St. Petersburg.
      2. +3
        3 January 2024 11: 12
        Apparently I didn't ask the question correctly. The point was that I don’t remember something in which country it was ruled by an active religious figure!!! As for Russia, this didn’t happen at all!!!
    3. +4
      3 January 2024 08: 35
      The first thing I remembered was Great Britain. The monarch of Great Britain is also the head of the Anglican Church.
      1. +4
        3 January 2024 11: 07
        But the fact of the matter is that he does not hold services!!!
  10. +23
    3 January 2024 06: 23
    In general, the author’s concerns are justified, and overall the article is written in the right direction. But firstly, the author’s knowledge of the national question is somewhat lame, well, how could one write such a phrase “Russian nationalism in Russia is clearly not welcomed by the authorities. But when such statements are made by a Muslim or a Dagestani”? Here boots are mixed with cucumbers, the national question (Russian) with the religious (Muslims), and generally territorial (Dagestanians).
    But the main thing is that the author is going to fight the consequence (the dominance of foreigners), and not the cause. The whole question is where did they come from here and why are they given such rights?
    The answer is known, the mafia-oligarchic dictatorship that finally won in the Russian Federation in 1993 is emphatically anti-Soviet, and in its final depth anti-Russian character. Since its main meta-idea is the construction here of a “correct” Western civil capitalist society, and from the point of view of this society, the foundations of Russian culture are incorrect and must be eradicated.
    Plus, the Russian people were the basis for the scientific and industrial potential of the USSR, which means they survived the deindustrialization of the Yeltsin-Putin name worse than all the peoples still at the leading stages of social development. Plus, the ethnic regime itself (especially in its economic part) is, to put it mildly, not made up of Russians at all.
    That is, if you want to change the Russophobic policy, change the political regime, moreover, the entire course of the state since 1993. If you don’t want to, you can’t pose the question like that, then all these pitiful articles about Russians don’t have any meaning.
    P.S Well, the example with elections is unsuccessful, the clown “elections” in Russia, or rather the selection of clown candidates for them, do not in any way indicate that certain “Islamists” will soon occupy leading positions.
    1. +11
      3 January 2024 06: 44
      With all this, lobbyists, Muslims, feel good in ministerial chairs in the government. I have nothing against Muslims in principle, but all this already smells a bit foul.
      1. +8
        3 January 2024 07: 03
        feel good in ministerial chairs in the government

        I would even say in the “vice-prime” chairs...
      2. +3
        3 January 2024 17: 34
        Quote: AlexSam
        With all this, lobbyists, Muslims, feel good in ministerial chairs in the government.

        If you are talking about Khusnullin, then he is the same “Muslim” as I am a Hare Krishna. An ordinary post-Soviet “businessman”, that is, a person who strives to “maximize profit” for himself and his clan from everything that moves.
        Since we are talking about personalities, the general principle is this - for example, Gref is the support of patriotic power and one of our permanent bosses (of course not Russian). Under “young Putin” he was Minister of Economic Development. What policy did he pursue? “Sterilization of the excess money supply,” that is, excess income received from the then high price of oil and gas. “He sterilized” them by sending it to the West, and explained quite openly that this was correct, “so we will earn more from it.” Who benefited from this? The one to whom the money went, that is, the West. Who lost? Industry and the Russian economy in general. That is, if we translate it into an ethnic plane, the Russian people are already firmly culturally and economically tied to industrial society. What did this policy lead to? To the archaization of the economy and the rapid extinction of the population. Who can replace this population with profit maximization? Migrants from the even faster wilding republics of Central Asia, they are more obedient and, most importantly, you can also make money from them. That's all. And this process objective he does not depend on Gref’s subjective wishes (although he personally, of course, does not wish anything good for the Russians).
        And we can trace this objective process going down from Gref down to the level of management of management companies or HOAs who are also personally interested in migrants.
        P.S Although, of course, as Russia becomes archaic and destroyed, the level of influence in it of representatives of different diasporas, communities, and religions (primarily Muslims) will only grow.
    2. +9
      3 January 2024 07: 29
      Belisarius, in my opinion your comment is the best!
    3. 0
      3 January 2024 09: 27
      the example with elections is unsuccessful
      Very unlucky, among the candidates is Rabinovich smile And it seems like it passed the registration... And taking into account the fact that the main oligarchs and the majority of them are Abramovich, Friedman and others... we can just as well write about the Jewishization of Russia. laughing
      1. +5
        3 January 2024 13: 43
        "..one might as well write about the Jewishization of Russia"
        What kind of self-respecting Jew would agree to live in such a non-kosher septic tank? manage it, receive income from here - yes. but to live here? only temporarily, on shift
    4. -1
      3 January 2024 12: 25
      Quote: Belisarius
      In general, the author’s concern is justified

      @
      Quote: Author
      Sergei Baburin's party "Russian All-People's Union" nominated the Mufti of Moscow Anar Ramazanov as its candidate in the presidential elections of the Russian Federation

      @
      Quote: TASS 01.01.2024/XNUMX/XNUMX
      ... eight party candidates - ... Sergei Baburin (Russian People's Union)
      https://tass.ru/politika/19664819


      The author lied at the very beginning.
      Because of this, no matter what he says, it starts to stink a little (that’s why write an obvious lie and ovation?).
      Tsipsa stinks...
  11. +3
    3 January 2024 06: 42
    let the genie out of the bottle
    1. +11
      3 January 2024 07: 34
      We don’t have many options for populating the rapidly emptying territory of the Russian Federation, especially the eastern part: either Muslimization with the settlement of Central Asian savages, or, as we discussed yesterday, resettling the Ukrainian population in the Russian Federation is also a so-so option.
      fake nationalism is done on a call from the Kremlin - I am a Russian skrepy new singer Shaman ...
      but for some reason they are afraid to release real nationalists - Russian March Slavic Unity Rusich all kinds of shaved skinheads young Rogozin Dugin ... although the demand for nationalists in our society is off the charts
      There cannot be a vacuum of population minus a million per year in the largest empire. the neighbor is too clingy
      I wonder how Vova’s flirtations with the savages will end
      1. +2
        3 January 2024 07: 46
        It would be nice to return to the experience of the Republic of Ingushetia and resettle not only Ukrainians but also Europeans, Germans, Poles, Czechs, English, Dutch, and Belgians. But thanks to the efforts of propaganda, they have become firmly at odds with them, and they are afraid.
        1. +2
          3 January 2024 13: 47
          "But thanks to the efforts of propaganda, they have become firmly at odds with them, and they are afraid."
          once you reach the English Channel, everyone will stop being afraid and will happily go to explore both Siberia and the Far East
      2. +11
        3 January 2024 08: 37
        we don’t have many options for settling the rapidly emptying territory of the Russian Federation, especially the eastern part


        I live in this “eastern part”. And it is emptying in the West because wages there are significantly higher and costs are lower. And there are options to stop this - to start developing the east of Russia in order to minimize the stratification between the West and the East of the country.
        1. +6
          3 January 2024 08: 57
          Quote: rait
          start developing the east of Russia

          how do you see it?
          under the new government, PSRZ NSRZ Dalzavod BAMR PMP died...
          On the plus side, a pipe with raw materials was brought to Kozmino and a shipyard in Kamen, which was suspended due to sanctions.
          neither a hectare nor a criminal mortgage will stop - Vladik Nakhodka has a great climate with a swimming season, but there is no future, no prospects. all my classmates went to Krasnodar, St. Petersburg....
          Yes, there has been a significant increase in Central Asians here. There are only criminal traders in the markets and at sea, and they don’t go to ship repairs... and without them it will be completely empty
          1. +5
            3 January 2024 12: 38
            And it’s very easy to develop.
            Did Shoigu stutter there about new cities in Siberia? Stuttered.
            Are there many migrants receiving Russian citizenship? A lot of.
            We connect “A” and “B” and get the result. Once you have received citizenship, work for the benefit of your fatherland for 10 years (more is better).
            PS
            In general, it bothers me that migrants (even if they are actually Russians who ended up abroad by distribution) immediately receive citizenship.
            Residence permit - yes, please (and it’s not just necessary, it’s right!).
            Citizenship - sorry, you have to earn it. In 10 years, during which both you and your family will show usefulness and safety for Russian society (ideally, the acceptance of Russian culture as part of your daily life - but how can this be determined by formalized methods?)
            1. +1
              3 January 2024 23: 35
              Quote: ailcat
              And it’s very easy to develop.
              Did Shoigu stutter there about new cities in Siberia? Stuttered.
              Are there many migrants receiving Russian citizenship? A lot of.
              We connect “A” and “B” and get the result. Once you have received citizenship, work for the benefit of your fatherland for 10 years (more is better).
              PS
              In general, it bothers me that migrants (even if they are actually Russians who ended up abroad by distribution) immediately receive citizenship.
              Residence permit - yes, please (and it’s not just necessary, it’s right!).
              Citizenship - sorry, you have to earn it. In 10 years, during which both you and your family will show usefulness and safety for Russian society (ideally, the acceptance of Russian culture as part of your daily life - but how can this be determined by formalized methods?)


              Russian, anyone from any country in the world or a descendant of migration (exit) of all waves - citizenship should be given upon request. If he wants, just come to the embassy and get a passport. And then, if you want, live in Russia, no, stay at home, or live in two countries. If a Russian patriot comes to power in our country one day, it will be so.
              1. 0
                6 January 2024 15: 39
                God forbid.
                Give citizenship to inveterate Russophobes (well, what, he once left the USSR. Or his parents left. Or even his grandfather escaped from the evil commies)? Or, perhaps, trained saboteurs (well, his father was forced to emigrate in 1944)? And there will be quite a few of them among the “Russians” you mentioned.
                And even the largest number of “returnees” will view Russia negatively (as a cash cow at best), simply due to psychology - well, don’t blame yourself for the fact that life didn’t work out “over the hill” and they had to return, in fact! Adherents of “Upper Lars” have confirmed this repeatedly and systematically.
          2. +2
            3 January 2024 13: 49
            "but there is no future, no prospects. All my classmates moved to Krasnodar"
            And what are the prospects in Krasnodar, besides the proximity of Sochi?
            1. 0
              6 January 2024 15: 43
              This is one of the more or less “living” cities in the south of Russia, with decent development potential (I’m surprised myself) and at the same time also cheap to live compared to Rostov.
              1. 0
                7 January 2024 09: 22
                "with decent development potential"
                I myself live nearby, and I know that there is no potential there, there are not enough local jobs, the population has almost doubled, everything is built up on the same area. ugly climate, up to +42 in the summer without rain, up to -15 in the winter with wind. all development and growth is due to visitors who come thinking that it is warm and the sea is nearby. Believe me, it’s not warm here, it’s scorching hot, and you’ll soon get tired of the sea. if you have money and a pension earned in your homeland, you can buy a house and live there, but for many older people the climate is not suitable, and they return back. Krasnodar is not an option, in my opinion. but that's my opinion
                "cheap for living compared to t"
                after Sochi, this is the most expensive city in the south
                1. 0
                  26 January 2024 13: 33
                  People come to Krasnodar mainly from fairly northern cities, where work is MUCH worse and life is MUCH more expensive.
                  Yes, many are “led” by the fact that there is no winter there with the boring “minus 30” months (well, compare +42 versus -30... The heat is more comfortable, believe me).
                  1. 0
                    26 January 2024 20: 15
                    "...The heat is more comfortable, believe me"
                    have you tried it?
                    1. 0
                      29 January 2024 12: 37
                      Yes, I tried it. And specifically Krasnodar (not the city).
                      I liked it much more than the Siberian winter.
          3. +3
            3 January 2024 16: 22
            how do you see it?


            An excellent question, but answering it will get me in prison for 10 years ;)
        2. +6
          3 January 2024 09: 00
          develop the east.. What are you talking about, the development of the country is not on the agenda at all, except for Putin’s chatter
          1. 0
            6 January 2024 15: 57
            It may not be on the agenda, but in fact it is. And much more active than in the European Union (even without adjusting for the starting level).
            In fact, the situation of the 70s is being repeated (when enormous progress was actually made in improving the well-being of the population). When “living inside” you take many things for granted, although if you “fall out” of observation for 5 years, you will simply be amazed at the changes that have occurred during this time.
            // The simplest example is intercity highways: now you habitually scold your grandfather, who is weaving in the left lane and preventing him from driving 130 - but even 5-10 years ago on this highway you would not have risked overtaking a truck weaving at 40 km/h, for fear of puncturing a tire in another pit (but since you drove along this highway every weekend, you remembered the overlap due to repairs and the grandfather in the left lane, and not that it was widened or that a glass of coffee could be placed on the dashboard and it would not spill).
            1. 0
              7 January 2024 09: 34
              "The simplest example is intercity routes:"
              but nothing, is this only on paid ones? built with budget money,
              and given to Rotenberg for feeding? Yes, even there you can easily break a wheel. Not on every kilometer, of course, there is still a toll, but it is quite possible, even near Moscow. but the free ones haven’t changed much, even the markings are not updated every year, but the pits last for years
              1. 0
                29 January 2024 12: 40
                Exactly the opposite. Just the paid ones - after a couple of years they become worse than the free ones, built with public money (although it would seem)...
                And there are no toll roads east of the Volga - there are mostly no alternative routes (especially beyond the Urals) and the authorities are justifiably afraid of riots.
      3. +3
        3 January 2024 23: 33
        Quote from Sadam2
        We don’t have many options for populating the rapidly emptying territory of the Russian Federation, especially the eastern part: either Muslimization with the settlement of Central Asian savages, or, as we discussed yesterday, resettling the Ukrainian population in the Russian Federation is also a so-so option.
        fake nationalism is done on a call from the Kremlin - I am a Russian skrepy new singer Shaman ...
        but for some reason they are afraid to release real nationalists - Russian March Slavic Unity Rusich all kinds of shaved skinheads young Rogozin Dugin ... although the demand for nationalists in our society is off the charts
        There cannot be a vacuum of population minus a million per year in the largest empire. the neighbor is too clingy
        I wonder how Vova’s flirtations with the savages will end


        Unfortunately, it will most likely end in a big massacre turning into internal turmoil. No, in the end I don’t doubt us, but Vova will go down in history precisely as a traitor to the Russian people and not otherwise. And his SVO and some other merits will be forgotten, and his descendants will remember that his corrupt officials brought here an aggressive, stupid herd with which they will have to do something in the future, because it’s ridiculous to talk about adaptation and assimilation. Unfortunately, as always, the example of the West has taught us nothing. Even 5 years ago they shouted on TV “ahahaha look what’s happening in Europe”, now they are bashfully silent about the fact that it’s the same here.
      4. -1
        4 January 2024 01: 13
        A lot of all kinds of shaved skinheads are now fighting against us in the ranks of the Ukrainian Armed Forces. And you want to legalize these Russian Nazis?
        1. +3
          4 January 2024 04: 14
          You are asking the right question comrade.
          request for the Nazis wherever there is a dominance of barbarians: the ultra-right Le Pen in France, the radical New Alternative in Germany...
          It’s hard to imagine that 20 years ago our shaved men were chasing hacks in the markets and where are we now.
          Listen further about the friendship of peoples from Skabeeva.
  12. +8
    3 January 2024 06: 44
    Islamists in power? and look at the nationalities and religions of many leaders of the military-industrial complex.
    1. +8
      3 January 2024 06: 52
      The Islamists are not yet in power. There is a gulf between traditional Islam and Islamism. But movement in this direction is beginning to accelerate. The author of the article talks about this.
      1. +4
        3 January 2024 13: 54
        "Between Traditional Islam and Islamism"
        traditional Islam is Islamism. or Wahhabism, that’s what it’s called
    2. 0
      11 January 2024 23: 53
      Quote: james
      Islamists in power? and look at the nationalities and religions of many leaders of the military-industrial complex.


      And not only the military-industrial complex, but in general.
  13. +9
    3 January 2024 06: 46
    Quote: Belisarius
    P.S Well, the example with elections is unsuccessful, the clown “elections” in Russia, or rather the selection of clown candidates for them, do not in any way indicate that certain “Islamists” will soon occupy leading positions.

    Now they don’t want to let Russians near the elections, but soon it will be too late. this Panfilova and her gang of Mahmuds will quickly send them away with a kick in the ass
    1. +9
      3 January 2024 10: 02
      And further. A Muslim leader will never promote or support a Christian subordinate due to the peculiarities of his religious upbringing and, as a result of this, becomes the center of the diaspora and no matter where. At the place of residence or production, business, etc.
    2. +3
      3 January 2024 13: 56
      "This Panfilova and her gang of Mahmuds will quickly send them away with a kick in the ass"
      Do you think that it is Pamfilova who is holding the elections?
  14. -13
    3 January 2024 06: 47
    There are layers of Russian society that are capable of self-organization, and there are those that are capable of demanding the implementation of laws that are beneficial to them. For example, the election law
    There are also those who are not capable of any kind of self-organization, even to the point of creating a stable family.
    These need a special Master. Which will force them to do whatever they want. And they will be grateful, because any order is better than chaos.

    And if we talk about religion, then Rus' went through both paganism and Orthodoxy in the form of Nikonianism and in the form of Old Believers and through atheism.... And why is Islam worse?
    Especially for those who in their souls do not care about religion and atheism and nationalization and privatization and democracy and dictatorship and in general all the ".... isms..." laughing
    1. +1
      3 January 2024 07: 02
      What's interesting is this. Some time before the New Year, a message about a Muslim candidate was received by Tatyana However, later there was a message from her that Baburin had put forward his candidacy.
      IF, for example, I read about the mufti myself, then I no longer looked for Baburin. I saw myself at work and there was nothing left to do.
      At the same time, the message itself is about the request of migrants to cancel children's Christmas trees in schools.
      I'll go look for something about Baburin....
      There was a message about plans to invite specialists from the DPRK to the Russian Federation not from the SA republics
      1. +8
        3 January 2024 09: 02
        Quote: Reptiloid
        I'll go look for something about Baburin....

        This has become familiar since EBN’s times - without makeup it resembles the political prostitute about whom VIL wrote. Now only the face is swollen from thinking about the people:
        - Russian politician and statesman, legal scholar (specialist in the field of theory and history of state and law, constitutional law)

        Sorry, no practice. Practices of heavy physical labor for food (a bowl of gruel 3 times a day).
        1. +2
          3 January 2024 10: 20
          hi you know, I saw about his past, right away, but it didn’t work out about the present. And fell asleep lol У Tatyana , of course, information is collected about different political people
          Quote: ROSS 42
          ...........This has become familiar since EBN's times - without makeup it resembles the political prostitute about whom VIL wrote. Nowadays only the face is swollen from thinking about the people:.....
    2. +9
      3 January 2024 07: 03
      Russians and Europeans fear him on a subconscious level. this is a one hundred percent alien and extremist cult that does not recognize any freedom or alternative, and the so-called traditional Islam is just a mask.
      It’s time to end this, at least first by introducing a moratorium on the construction of new mosques and churches and gradually removing religious propaganda from the education system and the media.
      1. +4
        3 January 2024 07: 35
        introduce a moratorium on the construction of new mosques and churches and gradually remove religious propaganda from the education system and the media.

        an intelligent person understands that these things are interconnected... we don’t want to study God’s law at school - we’ll wake up to the singing of the muezzin...
        1. +5
          3 January 2024 07: 38
          It will not be possible to impose God's law on them. The only way out is to remove all religious propaganda. after 17 That's what they did. there were other motives, but the decision was correct.
          1. +2
            3 January 2024 07: 55
            after 17 That's what they did. there were other motives but the decision was correct

            in Europe they also embraced secular enlightenment about 30 years ago and got what they got...
            1. +9
              3 January 2024 08: 18
              Quote: Vladimir80

              in Europe they also embraced secular enlightenment about 30 years ago and got what they got...

              Do not be naive ....
              Europe experienced two world wars, both of which ended in favor of the United States.
              That's why they became a colony of the United States. And if they screw them up as they want, it’s because they don’t have to start and lose a war in their European home.

              And Russia's problems are worse. It was necessary to manage to win the war and quickly restore the economy and then immediately let everything go to hell, including the conquests of the Russian people over the past 500 years.

              Not only our ancestors, who died in all wars, but also all the peoples of the World, and even God himself will not forgive this.
              1. +1
                3 January 2024 09: 46
                and God himself will not forgive

                "Many will come from the east and the west and will lie down with Abraham, Isaac and Jacob in the kingdom of heaven; and the sons of the kingdom will be cast out into outer darkness: there will be weeping and gnashing of teeth" Matthew 8:10
        2. +3
          3 January 2024 14: 03
          “An intelligent person understands that these things are interconnected... we don’t want to study God’s law at school - we’ll wake up to the singing of the muezzin.”
          in the USSR they somehow managed without God’s law and without muezzins, although yes, they raised a consumer, but he needs everything laughing
    3. +5
      3 January 2024 07: 08
      Especially for those who in their souls don’t care about religion and atheism and nationalization and privatization and democracy and dictatorships and in general all the “.... isms...” laughing

      they'll quickly make such a guy who doesn't give a damn get his ass up
    4. +1
      3 January 2024 09: 13
      Especially for those who don’t care at heart
      Are you talking about the bourgeoisie?
    5. +6
      3 January 2024 13: 59
      "Is Islam worse?"
      and Islam is even worse because a Christian country tolerates a Muslim country next to it, and a Muslim country tolerates a Christian country only for the time being
  15. +10
    3 January 2024 07: 08
    The plan of the West is clearly visible - to push some candidate with protest potential into the elections. And then the old scenario will follow - we disagree with the elections. We must work proactively, cleanse not only migrants but also the authorities. I worked as a slave 12 years ago - there were about 20 Uzbeks at the site , (only in my subordination) who work to the best of their qualifications. But there were cases, Uzbeks - Uzbeks come to work and demand payment, we found another job there that pays more. I’ll stop lying, you won’t earn more than with us anywhere! Their eyes dull, we need it. They get paid and leave. Then a month later they ask to come back, almost with tears in their eyes. The secret is simple - in every city they had a “buy” for whom they sometimes had to work or give part of the money to the common fund "Bai" is an intermediary between the authorities and them. These "Bai" have now grown into heads of diasporas and bring money to the top, for their own comfort. This chain needs to be broken, Bai is the power, and not engage in window dressing. 3000 illegal immigrants were caught in St. Petersburg , but the guy just entered into the bargaining and gave these 3 illegal immigrants. He was told “Vasya” and he answered yes. There were raids at the site, about which we were warned two hours in advance. To be honest, it’s a madhouse, only the foreman and 000% remained at the site workers who can’t be reached. Everyone is happy. Except for the squad that went out to catch illegal immigrants, but 101 meters away at another construction site, another squad is already happy - 10 people were caught. And there is already bargaining - you need either a report for show or cash in cash. Everything was decided without noise and dust. The system must be controlled from the very bottom - starting with the passport officers of the migration service. In some places the work is being done, in others it is not. Judging by the news.
    1. +4
      3 January 2024 08: 40
      Quote: tralflot1832
      We must work proactively clean not only migrants but also power.

      Remember:
      I am purifying myself under Lenin in order to swim further into the revolution.

      The authorities will have to be cleansed sooner or later. According to the law, the age limit for officials cannot exceed 70 years:
      According to the Law “On the State Civil Service of the Russian Federation”, the age limit for civil service is 65 years. In March last year, amendments to the law were adopted, which provided for the possibility of extending the service life to 70 years for civil servants in the “managers” category of the highest group of positions.

      Who will the new corps of civil servants have to “clean” themselves under? Who will be their standard? What kind of economic formation are they going to build a society if the proposed EBN-GDP did not provide those breakthroughs and promised milestones that make the country a sovereign power CAPABLE OF REFLECTING ANY ADVERSE?
      1. +3
        3 January 2024 12: 22
        Quote: ROSS 42
        ..... Under whom will the new corps of civil servants have to “clean” themselves? Who will be their standard? What kind of economic formation are they going to build?......

        In fact, these critical questions must have honest answers. But they are not there. In short. What kind of future are we planning to build? What present is built? And the sooner these answers are given, the better for society
      2. +1
        3 January 2024 14: 08
        "According to the law, the age limit for officials cannot exceed 70 years"
        Are you seriously? the constitution was rewritten to say there was some kind of law. the Duma receives hundreds of them a year. they will accept the new one, no one will notice anything
    2. +3
      3 January 2024 12: 16
      Quote: tralflot1832
      ......The system must be controlled from the very bottom - starting with the passport officers of the migration service. In some places the work is being done, in others it is not. Judging by the news.

      hi Mikhail Khazin repeatedly talks about the “privatization” of government positions and full confidence in the right to do so
  16. -6
    3 January 2024 07: 17
    The author, that you immediately begin to “dig through dirty laundry”!
    On any person, regardless of religion, if you “scrape” properly, you can dig up incriminating evidence.
    There is no need to replicate statements, perhaps erroneously, said in the heat of the moment for a limited circle of people...
  17. 0
    3 January 2024 07: 24
    There are two questions here. The question of migrants and the question of elections.
    https://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%9F%D1%80%D0%B5%D0%B7%D0%B8%D0%B4%D0%B5%D0%BD%D1%82%D1%81%D0%BA%D0%B8%D0%B5_%D0%B2%D1%8B%D0%B1%D0%BE%D1%80%D1%8B_%D0%B2_%D0%A0%D0%BE%D1%81%D1%81%D0%B8%D0%B8_(2024)
  18. -1
    3 January 2024 07: 27
    Now let's look at the numbers.
    In the Russian Federation, 80% of the population according to the latest census are Russians.
    According to the penultimate year, 10, Russians were 78%
    In all southern republics, except Tajikistan, the birth rate has fallen to replacement levels or even below. And in Tajikistan, it also slightly exceeds that same level - 2,1 children per woman.
    Of all the Russian southern regions, only Chechnya has a TFR of 2,5, but even there it is falling. In Dagestan - 1,76.
    So, of course, there are problems, but their criticality is questionable.
    Let's breathe out and move on.
    1. +6
      3 January 2024 07: 59
      In the Russian Federation, 80% of the population according to the latest census are Russians.

      fairy tales from vcom-a, like supporting someone in 80%
      1. -10
        3 January 2024 08: 02
        Well, you got burned. The fact that Ukrainian propagandists are trying with all their might to stir up national contradictions in Russia is no longer a secret.
        1. +11
          3 January 2024 08: 08
          Well, you got burned.

          I won’t even answer you, who shouts “hold the tsipso” the loudest???
          1. -6
            3 January 2024 10: 37
            I once also believed that the authorities were lying. And then I went to the presidential elections as an observer from the opposition and saw and counted everything myself - it turned out that it was the opps who were lying.
            The number of migrants strictly depends on the ruble exchange rate - the ruble falls, they leave.
            Now the ruble is weak, why did the problems of migrants suddenly worsen?
            In 22, FEWER migrants received Russian passports than in 21.
            And in 23 LESS than in 2022.
    2. +4
      3 January 2024 09: 06
      +15 rubles
      try to work at a real job besides lying because of the computer
  19. +9
    3 January 2024 07: 57
    20 years were enough to realize the naivety of becoming one’s own bourgeois. How many 6-year-olds does it take to realize the naivety of friendship with a man from the Caliphate?
  20. +13
    3 January 2024 08: 13
    Regarding self-organization, you don’t need to look far for examples; it’s worth remembering the recent incident at the Moscow “Gardener” market, when police tried to detain a resident of Tajikistan who had violated traffic rules, but his compatriots stood up for him, about 80 people who surrounded the police, began to insult them and push them ( one was even beaten), so that as a result the law enforcement officers had to ask for reinforcements and shoot in the air.


    I'm sorry, my morning thoughts are chaotic, I'm very cold, it's cold in the apartment...

    Biryukov leads to the idea that even if not Tajiks, but, say, Kyrgyz or Uzbeks, or, in extreme cases, heterogeneous Asians, but in any case, the alien Russian environment leads to the unity of these people on the basis of special solidarity - not only nationally, but also territorial basis (this or that Asian state, or Central Asia). That’s why the “aliens” have a diaspora who will get rid of their hooligans and even criminals. But Russian diasporas do not and cannot exist, since there is no solidarity on a national basis, and territorial solidarity does not take root - neither in the “human communities”, nor because of the gigantic expanses of Russia. No one will excuse a Russian.
    And the state?!?
    The state will punish the Russian fairly or unfairly. But we, Russians, created it, didn’t we? Or was it created by a mythical someone using us as consumables? Well, that's true, sadly...
    The conclusion suggests itself: Russians, let’s show solidarity in some way, otherwise we will be forced out. What I repeatedly called for, but somehow faded...
    But is it possible for Russians to have solidarity along national lines, such as that of Tajiks?
    No, it's impossible.
    Russians are at a higher level of social development than Tajiks. We have gone through a demographic transition through the collapse of the large family and the modernization of consciousness, we are urbanized. Therefore, for any of us, an unfamiliar Russian passer-by is not a relative, he is a stranger, which means that he does not seem to require participation on our part, cannot demand it, which means that in a tragic case he can rely only and exclusively on our personal morality. What about the Tajik? And a Tajik, seeing an unfamiliar Tajik, immediately asks himself the question: “Whose relative is this? Maybe mine?” And if possible, he finds out from the surrounding Tajiks who the stranger is. And yes, it may turn out that the stranger is the fifth cousin of the wife of the tenth cousin of the one who is asking. That means a relative, that means your own, that means, according to the customs and traditions of the village, he is worthy of your participation and protection. Or he is the seventh cousin of the eighth cousin of the second cousin, and so on - the Tajik whom the curious person is asking. Therefore, I am worthy of your curious, at least territorial, solidarity...
    It's funny to you? And I encountered this in Abkhazia. "Ari dzustada?" - they ask. Like, who is this? Or like this? And they are lazy and very interested in spending a large amount of time figuring out family ties. Because the demographic transition through the disintegration of the large family has not been completed, therefore, the state is weak, its laws do not guarantee the protection of a person in full, family ties do. Up to blood feud, as in Chechnya. All Tajiks are relatives, all Kyrgyz are relatives, and further down the list of Asian and Caucasian nationalities. That's how they understand it. Hence - diasporas with their powerful support apparatus as an internal need for migrants. And the Russians cannot oppose anything to this quasi-family connection. Ban diasporas and they will not disappear, they will simply go underground. Because, I repeat, mentally all Tajiks are from the same village, all Chechens are from the same village...
    We, Russians, are from different apartments. We sacrificed related clans for the sake of creating Russia as a single state. For example, I have close relatives in Kamchatka, the Far East, the Krasnodar Territory, the Stavropol Territory, and Kharkov. And I will never, ever see them again. I just remember them...
    Therefore, for example, bringing more than a third of the population of Tajikistan to Russia is undisguised aggression against Russians. Consequently, against Russia as a single state. Well, as you wish, your choice. This is what I am saying to those not present.
    1. +3
      3 January 2024 08: 24
      good Freeze yourself more often in the morning. good hi
    2. +6
      3 January 2024 08: 31
      Quote: depressant
      I'm sorry, my morning thoughts are chaotic, I'm very cold, it's cold in the apartment...

      Happy New Year, Lyudmila Yakovlevna!
      Warm socks, woolen clothes, a cup of hot tea can warm you up even without a glass of strong drink.
      1. +12
        3 January 2024 09: 41
        Happy New Year, Lyudmila Yakovlevna!

        Happy New Year, dear Yuri Vasilievich!
        Happy New Year to all our comrades who came to this topic. What can you wish for? And I’ll be banal - success in life, who knows how to understand it. And the strength to achieve it.
        Yes, friends... Looks like we hit it hard. I’m talking about migrants, in case anyone else is thinking about it. I watched a lot of videos throughout the year. The findings are disappointing. There will be a battle against us, a cruel and merciless battle to oust us.
        The simplest example showing one of the reasons for the upcoming mortal kombat.
        Imagine this picture.
        A Tajik who comes from a village rents an apartment, say, somewhere in Mitino near Moscow and brings his Tajik woman with her children. I am leaving aside the topic of bringing elderly relatives at the same time. And this Tajik woman comes into the kitchen... Oh, Allah! What is this - gas? And you don’t need to collect brushwood to light a fire in the hearth? And what's that? Sink with tap! With a tap from which not only cold flows, but also - just think! -- hot water! Next, the Tajik woman ends up in a toilet where the flush works, then into a bathroom with a hot shower, a sink and a washing machine, which you cannot use in a village, because water must be carried from a well or pumped from an artesian well, and this water - dirty, and there is not enough of it, in Tajikistan there are serious problems with water, but here, in the apartment, you can fill yourself with whatever water you want - be it cold or hot... Listen, this is unimaginable happiness, complete and absolute delight!
        And then the Tajik woman goes to the nearest supermarket or even a medium-sized store, which has a full range of products and even any bread, any flatbread - no need to bake it herself...
        And then this Tajik woman takes the children to the playground, which is right here, near the house, and the children joyfully ride on various swing slides, and she, the Tajik woman, has the opportunity to relax, because many types of housework are eliminated due to the comfortable conditions - to relax and discuss with another Tajik woman the beginning of a period of happy life and at the same time express solidarity and ardent hatred for that Russian woman over there who has stuck - dared to touch her child! - to their Tajik playground, and we should drive them away! Because look what! Probably, she was born in a comfortable apartment, and her child - that’s for sure! And envy of this Russian who turned up instantly transforms into fierce hatred of all Russians and then turns into a loss of reason, pushing the Tajik husband to additional aggression against the Russians as a nation, inappropriately populating the houses that they, Tajiks, build...
        You say I'm exaggerating? Not at all! There were numerous videos - but how many were not included in them?
        So, Asian enclaves are already taking shape in our country, ones where the police will not enter - as in Sweden, Germany, England, and then - the battle for the right to live in the land of our ancestors. Because someone very “smart” decided that if a person can be ordered and he will answer “What do you want?”, then the laws of changing mentality can also be ordered. Oh, in vain! This rake hits especially hard.
    3. +2
      3 January 2024 14: 28
      “But we, the Russians, created it? Or was it created by a mythical someone, using us as consumables?”
      It was precisely someone who created the current state. and this someone may have a proper name, but we know it as the west, although this is not entirely accurate geographically. and it was created not at all to protect the Russians, but to make life easier for this very West
      “Like, who is this? Or is she? And they are lazy and very interested in spending a large amount of time figuring out family ties.”
      this is a generally accepted custom among all savages who do not have writing
      “Hence the diasporas with their powerful support apparatus as an internal need for migrants. And the Russians cannot oppose anything to this quasi-family connection.”
      of course, because they do not have laws and the state that could protect them, and do not have a powerful support apparatus as an internal need
      "bringing more than a third of the population of Tajikistan to Russia is undisguised aggression against the Russians"
      I completely agree with you here hi
    4. +3
      3 January 2024 16: 26
      Lyudmila Yakovlevna, in my opinion, poses 2 main questions about all of us as Russians and even about our micro-community here at VO:

      - of course, Russians are not blue-eyed Aryans, and yes, we went through a stage of development when identity was determined by ethnic group, and processes of urbanization (the disappearance of the large traditional family) were superimposed on this;
      - the lack of mechanisms, skills and tools will unite in protecting and achieving the common interests of us as a community, not even in some major and major philosophical, religious issues, but even in matters of personal survival and the survival of our people. Even uniting for the sake of the selfish interests of the participants of a micro-union is an extremely difficult task. I am writing about this not in a general theoretical sense:
      17 times he himself was an accomplice in the organization of an all-Russian political party purely from the people and without any funds from business and, of course, the authorities
      my friend is a trade unionist at the enterprise and tells a lot from inside the process of working with our people
      and I myself have not separated myself from the people and do not separate
      The problem is the ability to unite not even to create (in general a non-trivial task without either significant mathematical investments or some kind of inventive level of a series of moves and techniques), but at least somehow we can come to an agreement.
      1. +1
        3 January 2024 16: 49
        The problem is the ability to unite not even to create (in general a non-trivial task without either significant mathematical investments or some kind of inventive level of a series of moves and techniques), but at least somehow we can come to an agreement.

        Dear colleague, I’m already “exhausted” today, or, to put it simply, tired. But in the comments to the next suitable article I am ready to talk about the organization of parties. A few years ago I explained how I see it in the current conditions and what presidential elections should look like. The time will come, we'll talk.
        1. +1
          3 January 2024 19: 24
          With great interest and absolutely!
    5. +1
      4 January 2024 01: 26
      I am Russian, but I regularly communicate with my also Russian relatives from different regions. I communicate with cousins, second cousins, uncles, aunts. I even communicate with some fourth cousins ​​on social networks. My wife has the same situation. Why don't you communicate with yours? Age, illness, no money? Or do they not want to communicate with you? Well, you can’t come to visit each other, but you can communicate on social networks, call each other?
  21. +6
    3 January 2024 08: 29
    Diasporas nominate a “Muslim” presidential candidate

    Another possible development of events. Even if it’s fantastic. Even if it’s out of the ordinary.
    In 2023, there were 25 Muslims living in Russia. Which is 000/000 of the estimated number of Russian citizens. Let's assume that some part of the voters are tired of going to make a choice without a choice. Let this be a third of all voters. And now the Muslim part of the electorate arbitrarily increases to more than 1 percent...
    What if this is exactly what happens? There is a lot we didn't expect that has happened over the past 30 years. People already miss the certainty and regularity of what is happening. They are tired of living in an atmosphere of eternal promises...
    * * *
    How do you feel, Elon Musk?
    1. +2
      3 January 2024 22: 21
      This is exactly what will happen, resources are being accumulated and test balls are being thrown, but then you still count... How many Russian grandfathers, grandmothers, women, children, etc., and how many real men are there who are able to understand and go to protect these women and children with the elderly, and how many abu bandits will be young, purposeful, pumped up with the ideology of superiority and drugs, and armed with weapons inaccessible to Russians... Prigozhin’s “rebellion” is a gap across the vast expanses of the Russian Federation, and these are already on the ground and our police and the “guard” will be even more confused because the national the question they were recommended about...
    2. +1
      4 January 2024 01: 28
      There are not 25 million Muslims in Russia. I do not take temporary migrants into account.
    3. 0
      4 January 2024 09: 54
      "In 2023, 25 Muslims lived in Russia"
      why did you take this? even if we count all the inhabitants of the “Muslim” republics, this is at most 15 million, and not all of them are Muslims
  22. +5
    3 January 2024 08: 41
    Nominated by the party of Sergei Baburin! It’s very interesting that at one time this comrade, on the contrary, was associated with Russian nationalism. It seems that the politician is ready to do anything to strengthen his political influence. Otherwise, they completely forgot about his personality. But these are dubious points in the eyes of the population, which is still largely pro-Russian
  23. +3
    3 January 2024 08: 48
    Comments are mostly empty talk. Belisarius +++
    1. +2
      3 January 2024 09: 13
      So everyone except him had already swallowed tooth powder in the morning, so there are no thoughts on a cosmic scale.
  24. +7
    3 January 2024 08: 58
    Hmm... here just now, another author, A. Staver, wrote just now that we are for the West, now we are all Russian. If you authors would sort it out among yourselves, you would all be blowing the same tune... Or what? smile
    Some schools are already canceling New Year's parties due to claims from migrants
    I wrote about this a long time ago in one of my comments.
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    1. +6
      3 January 2024 09: 52
      Why are you growling? Did you just get off the sheep?
  26. +3
    3 January 2024 09: 34
    This issue is not resolved by presidential elections... Everything is decided in state and local councils.

    On this
    There's no point in sitting at home and making a sour face when elections are taking place!
  27. +4
    3 January 2024 09: 43
    It means the Russians have lived, move over, your place is on the sidelines, the vertical steers and taxis
  28. +9
    3 January 2024 09: 48
    To be fair, all these “diasporas” are nothing more than ethnic organized crime groups. And with the fact that they are for “their own” regardless of right or wrong, but we are not, then this is our mentality. I came across this when I was in Transcaucasia; it is typical behavior for the local fauna.
  29. +9
    3 January 2024 09: 49
    It's been going on for a long time now.
    Remember the deportation and beating of a Russian student, not yet convicted, to Chechnya
    But this is not the first time. And Chechens were kidnapped and taken out, and businessmen, and people disappeared, and beaten, and... Ukrainian teenagers were taken out. (our media wrote, themselves, voluntarily).
    (What this is - you can look it up on the Internet in the definition of war crimes, it seems)

    Bottom line: “you will still smile in my face” (not verbatim)
    Those. The larger the Muslim diaspora, the more it will live “according to concepts.” Middle Ages and Sharia.
  30. +7
    3 January 2024 10: 12
    In fact, it’s high time to legislate the permissible percentage of migrants in each region, otherwise we will really one day wake up in another country.
  31. +4
    3 January 2024 10: 12
    In fact, it’s high time to legislate the permissible percentage of migrants in each region, otherwise we will really one day wake up in another country.
  32. +8
    3 January 2024 10: 34
    For, as you know, Russian nationalism in Russia is clearly not welcomed by the authorities.

    Yes, not only is it not welcomed, but it is burned out with a hot iron even where it does not exist.
    1. +2
      3 January 2024 14: 35
      “Not only is it not welcome, but it is burned out with a hot iron even where there is none.”
      What is article 282 worth? laughing
  33. +5
    3 January 2024 10: 42
    This is so that people will get scared and start voting for Putin en masse.
    Like, if not me, then I will give Russia to the Muslims.
    1. +2
      3 January 2024 14: 37
      “Like, if not me, then I will give Russia to the Muslims.”
      and these may be called election promises. and then it turns out that here I am, and here are the Muslims
  34. +12
    3 January 2024 10: 45
    We need to get involved with diasporas and other informal associations, enough is enough. There are state laws that everyone must follow without exception. Those who disagree can leave the territory of Russia and build mosques, houses of worship in Europe or somewhere else. All Central Asian migrants have their own states in which they can do whatever they want, their right. It is high time to restrict the entry of UNQUALIFIED labor who cannot even speak Russian and DO NOT WANT.
    1. +5
      3 January 2024 11: 50
      Quote from Wratch
      restrict the entry of UNSKILLED labor

      It’s not like hiring janitors for pennies, for example.
      Someone's respected business will be closed...
      (and by the way, some will have to pay more for utility bills, which is why those who have to will squeal wildly, because they had the norm, but then you know, they wanted a decent payment)

      The problem is systemic.
      The workforce itself, no matter what it is, is good.
      It’s bad when they start playing slave traders, or pumping up any control or integration.
  35. -4
    3 January 2024 11: 22
    It all comes from the fact that Russian men drink a lot of vodka, Russian women have abortions and have been fucking since childhood three times a day, changing partners.


    Russians - have children, lots of children, and don’t drink vodka.
    There will be many of you and you will be strong.
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    2. -1
      3 January 2024 14: 19
      Russians - have children, lots of children, and don’t drink vodka.
      There will be many of you and you will be strong.

      + 1000!
      p.s. I wonder who gives you minuses? migrants?
      1. +2
        3 January 2024 15: 59
        "ps. I wonder who is giving you downvotes? Migrants?"
        no, he is a migrant himself
        1. 0
          28 January 2024 15: 32
          Hello. I do not live in Russia. I live in Switzerland, I just love Russia. And I wish you (Russia) to give birth to 100000 children a year.
          1. 0
            29 January 2024 18: 14
            “Hi. I don’t live in Russia. I live in Switzerland, I just love Russia.”
            "Love for mother-in-law is measured in kilometers." and to Russia - thousands of kilometers laughing
  36. +5
    3 January 2024 11: 26
    First of all, it should be noted the curious and seemingly paradoxical fact: nominated Anar Ramazanov Sergey Baburin


    what fact is this? - he is not alone there, there are more than enough RATS in power
    and the Prigozhin campaign is dissatisfaction with these RATS with whom you have to greet and do business...
    incl. first you need to deal with the RATS in your (still) Fatherland
    1. +5
      3 January 2024 12: 37
      Quote: Dedok
      what fact is this?

      This is not fact at all.
      The author tries (there’s a different word, but the moderator will come running) like Trotsky.
      TASS so cheerfully reports that Baburin himself has been nominated.
      https://tass.ru/politika/19664819

      Here one of two things, either the author is an idiot (crossed out) is honestly mistaken, or he lies intentionally.
      1. +2
        3 January 2024 12: 57
        https://www.kommersant.ru/doc/6425490
        "Russian People's Union" will nominate Baburin for president

        “I proposed the candidacy of Anar Ramazanov. After this, the congress insisted on including two more candidates: me, Sergei Baburin, and Ivan Volkov from Yekaterinburg. Self-recusations were prohibited. Baburin was nominated in a secret ballot, with Anar Ramazanov in second place. The decision has been made,” said Mr. Baburin.
        1. +5
          3 January 2024 13: 24
          Well, we are talking about intra-party voting (after all, it is indecent to vote when there is no second candidate, even for show).
          In the article about ADVANCED. Also in the style of saying “they’ve sold out the diaspora!”
          As I understand it, this relatively right-wing candidate demonstrated that he is not radically right-wing, nothing more.

          It turned out just like in the picture. wassat
  37. +4
    3 January 2024 11: 41
    calling for support in specie only for Russians

    The comparison is not correct.

    Now, if only there were ORTHODOX Christians, then there would definitely be 100.
    By race/nationality - here you get 100%, but by religion - I’m not sure.
    1. 0
      29 January 2024 18: 17
      “In terms of race/nationality, you get 100%, but in terms of religion, I’m not sure.”
      that's it for now. and even then, Muslim is a forbidden word
  38. +3
    3 January 2024 11: 54
    Quote from: FoBoss_VM
    Why doesn’t Putin do ANYTHING to at least somehow stop this very acute national issue?

    I was not idle. I immediately pressed the mouthguard (c)
    Anyone who says that Russia is for Russians is [censored] or a provocateur (c)
  39. +4
    3 January 2024 11: 55
    depriving the Russian people of national identity

    And there it’s borderline difficult, like Russians, but now they’re called UKRAINIANS.
    Some Pomors were invented as a separate people (it’s like a subethnic group).
    And look at the COSSACKS in general as a people. Previously, the “Siberian language” was generally invented (with the goal, in the future, of declaring Siberia a separate country).

    That is, if you don’t fight such nonsense, then the abolition of all nationalities in the style of “citizen means Russian” suggests itself. Another thing is that you can screw it up in the end.
  40. +4
    3 January 2024 11: 57
    Anar Ramazanov was nominated by Sergei Baburin, whose party positioned itself as allegedly national-conservative

    And why be surprised - only wine gets better over the years.
  41. +3
    3 January 2024 11: 58
    Quote: Million
    This is so that people will get scared and start voting for Putin en masse.
    Like, if not me, then I will give Russia to the Muslims.

    Smishno
    And who did these Muslims appear here with?
    Under Alexander Nevsky?
    1. +4
      3 January 2024 12: 49
      Actually, under Ivan the Terrible.
      1. 0
        29 January 2024 18: 18
        "Actually, under Ivan the Terrible"
        from Tajikistan? they lived in caves back then
  42. +4
    3 January 2024 12: 04
    Quote from pavel.tipingmail.com
    It’s high time to legislate the permissible percentage of migrants in each region

    This can be organized without any problems.
    At the request of workers
    That's where they'll refer you
    The permissible Legal Percentage will be 85.

    You yourself asked
  43. 0
    3 January 2024 12: 18
    https://tass.ru/politika/19664819
    Sergei Baburin ("Russian People's Union")

    What kind of Ukrainian author of the article is he, a scribe just...
  44. +7
    3 January 2024 12: 28
    Yes, everything here is quite primitive! A lot of candidates are being pushed forward who don’t have the slightest chance. So that the main candidate is not interfered with. As old as time.
  45. +2
    3 January 2024 13: 08
    Religion is one of the pillars of the state, and the state is the political organization of the ruling class.
    The ruling class in the Russian Federation is the RSPP, which is not homogeneous and has mutually exclusive interests. Accordingly, each group finances and promotes one or another political party, media, religion, ideology, sport, art, etc., etc.
    It’s not about the candidate’s occupation, but about the interests of his masters, or as they are not politically correct called, “sponsors,” whose interests are outlined in the candidate’s program, if this program is not replaced by non-binding pre-election verbiage and PR.
  46. +3
    3 January 2024 13: 59
    Capitalism in the Russian Federation. The main thing for a capitalist is profit. His slogan is divide and conquer. Return to socialism and this problem will disappear on its own. Any diasporas or national self-organizations on the territory of the Russian Federation should be prohibited by law. We need a law in which it will be written and included in the Constitution of Russia that the Russian language is the state language, and the Russian nation is a state-forming nation. In Russia, 82% of the population is Russian. It is necessary to return the nationality column to the passport of a citizen of the Russian Federation; this column, during Yeltsin’s time, was excluded at the request of one non-indigenous nationality. Russians, Tatars, Chechens and other indigenous peoples are proud of their nationality and never hide it. Nationality is given by God.
  47. +2
    3 January 2024 14: 06
    Of course, this step should not go unnoticed. It requires close attention. In the form in which it exists, it exists thanks to the fact that the Russian people united everyone. And that is why the name of the state is called that way. The problem is that it is the Russian people who do not reproduce. For some reason it doesn’t bother everyone else, but only us. Muslims, we know or not, fulfill the law of God, but we Orthodox do not. But it has always been that Russian means Orthodox. They do their job...they do it silently. And we don't do anything.
  48. +2
    3 January 2024 14: 17
    Let's eat this too! There were candidates: Sobchak Syusha, Bryntsalov, etc... Now the Mufti, instead of Zhirinovsky, is a substitute, from some new people - also something... We also need, of course, Yavlinsky, the permanent Zyuganov and Mironov... The more there will be worthless candidates, the easier it is for the guarantor to explain his overwhelming victory! An absolutely unnecessary farce with elections - the guarantor would have announced that he would sit as long as he wanted - and we would have eaten. Is it worth wasting huge amounts of money that are cut off from the people? The result is known! They will draw at least 70% and many will believe...
  49. 0
    3 January 2024 14: 31
    No wonder the Koran was burned in Sweden request
  50. 0
    3 January 2024 14: 32
    Russia for Russians! Russians forward!
    1. -1
      3 January 2024 18: 20
      And in the Nazi face? Should you hide the yellow plaid patch on your pants before going out in public?
  51. +5
    3 January 2024 14: 33
    Quote: Ilya-spb
    We need a ban on diasporas. All diasporas.

    This is true, diasporas are at home, but they don’t go to someone else’s monastery with their own rules
  52. 0
    3 January 2024 14: 35
    The fake market rules!
  53. +1
    3 January 2024 14: 45
    Dann habt ihr bald Verhältnisse wie in Deutschland. Wehrt euch dagegen, bevor sie anfangen eure Kultur zu zertstören!
  54. 0
    3 January 2024 14: 52
    RONS is a familiar abbreviation!
  55. +4
    3 January 2024 14: 53
    First, it recommends not to buy from unbelievers...
    Will he then suggest that Muslims not sell to others?
    How will it all end?
  56. +2
    3 January 2024 15: 04
    There will be something similar at the next elections. The house has disappeared. (c)
  57. +2
    3 January 2024 15: 53
    The question is strategic. There is no problem when any nationality or religious community nominates a candidate for the State Duma or for the post of President.
    The most important question is divided into three main ones:
    Who are the Russians was at one time a project of the USSR, where Stalin and Beria, Georgians by nationality, were more Russian than thousands of Russians. There is no USSR and its restoration and new options are not yet foreseen, and with the bourgeois system and depopulation of the indigenous population, everything is leading to the fact that on our territory there will be an optimistic Emirate, and a pessimistic set of tribal unions fighting for the remnants of the empire.
    Of course, it’s quite normal to ask questions like these:
    In 40-70 years, won’t Russians become guests in this country, or if not a minority, then one of many, with representatives of other cultural and religious movements already dominating state politics?
    In this matter, the ostrich position is not appropriate, just like the rabid position of Russia for Russians, not because Russia should not be for Russians.
    The question is as follows:

    1. Russians and Russians are dying out today. This needs to be changed fundamentally, otherwise any bans or xenophobia are just a pathetic and empty attempt to delay the simple demise of our people.
    2. The problem is not with other nations - Russia is historically a multinational and multi-religious state, but with the fact that we all allow the current economic policy, and in particular migration, to be carried out. Who will say a word if outstanding athletes and scientists from Kyrgyzstan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, and any former republic of the USSR come to work with us and receive citizenship? No one is of sound mind or conscience. Moreover, those who came to us and built their own business here - a restaurant, a cafe, a store, regularly pay taxes and do not violate the law and the decency of a shared community - they have the same honor as any citizen of our country.
    3. The main thing. The future of our country, in my opinion, lies solely in the new project of Modernity, based on traditional values, and this, whatever one may say, and if one does not roll back in its development to the tribal level, is certainly socialism, and not classical, but socialism in a truly economic sense, when the goal of both the state and each of its members is the well-being of everyone and remuneration for work, and not how much they snatched, stole, and the second is joint, purposeful work so that future generations live better than previous ones and not only in material terms. This is a planned development of economics and science. This also includes rational use of natural resources. And much more.
  58. -4
    3 January 2024 16: 29
    Strange! Why can't Muslims living in Russia nominate a Muslim as a candidate for the presidency of Russia? What is unusual and unnatural here is unclear. Russia is not Israel, where the president can only be a Jew with a proven pedigree. In Russia, any citizen can be president, the main thing is that he is elected.
  59. -1
    3 January 2024 17: 12
    Is there any moderation on the site at all??? Why can you complain about comments, but not about outright “opinions”???
  60. +3
    3 January 2024 18: 16
    Let's play with these robes. How are they going to return it to the stall?
    1. 0
      4 January 2024 12: 44
      Quote: Captive
      Let's play with these robes.
      All the same in the arena. It was not possible to rock Russia on the economic front; now they are rocking religious and national themes.
  61. +1
    3 January 2024 18: 30
    Why don’t the Orthodox put forward their own, although they put forward their own, and then - we have a secular state, and to hell with some priests and mules of all sorts, that it’s Afghanistan or something, if you want to pray, pray on the sidelines, you don’t need to impose your crap on the world, in the world There’s already enough of it, it’s a waste of time, sit quietly in your apartments and pray to your gods
  62. +3
    3 January 2024 19: 08
    Regarding the construction of mosques - somewhere in Spain (either in Valencia, or in Seville, I don’t remember, I won’t lie) the locals simply buried a dead pig at the site of the future construction. And that's it!! It’s like in the Emirates - come, earn, leave!!!
  63. +1
    3 January 2024 19: 11
    Quote: Ilya-spb
    We need a ban on diasporas. All diasporas.

    We need recognition from the Russian people. And he's right.

    It is necessary to expel the Jews from the power structures that have taken control of finances.

    Not a ban, but immediate criminal cases. Separatism.
  64. +1
    3 January 2024 19: 13
    Quote: mc1aren
    Is there any moderation on the site at all??? Why can you complain about comments, but not about outright “opinions”???

    First, you need to complain about the attempt to divide on religious grounds and about the silence of prosecutors in the matter of Baburin and company.
  65. +1
    3 January 2024 19: 17
    Who is to blame - migrants or the authorities? And who and where are the enemies of the Slavic people???
  66. +3
    3 January 2024 20: 29
    After the cynical and cruel destruction by the party, economic and Komsomol nomenklatura of the institutions and structures of the Soviet state, the state management system of the planned distributive economy and the structure of socialist state property, these “subjects” launched mechanisms and tools for the privatization and corporatization of this PUBLIC property, and a legally legitimized the structure of private COMMERCIAL property, and on it, like walls on a foundation, the same “subjects” formed a system of liberal economics. On them, as on the foundation and walls of a “new building”, as a “roof”, a “state” system of domination of private property by a financial oligarchy of large commercial nouveau riche owners was formed. That is, the overbearing structure of the roof and its roofing protect, serve and promote the interests of large financial moneylenders, and trade speculators openly engaged in the commercial overexploitation of our country. And, from whoever is elected to the President of the Russian Federation, at the next or subsequent elections, NOTHING CARDINALLY WILL CHANGE(. Well, instead of the “Putin team”, the team “after Putin” will come. That is, the slate on this “roof” will be replaced with a metal profile or tiles. They can even rebuild the structure of the roof itself a little, but the foundation and walls... NO-NO! And the fact that the president will be a Muslim calling on his fellow believers to buy goods and products only from Muslims will not change anything. Now we are being robbed and they rob “kosher,” and then they will rob and steal “halal.” That’s all.
    To change this “order of things”, which is destroying the future of the Russian ethnos, a social National Revolution is needed, radically replacing the legal relations of the dominance of private property and the state with the legal relations of nationalization or petty-bourgeois socialization of private property and the state. That is, market-valuable production, engineering, infrastructure and agricultural private property should be owned by specialists who DIRECTLY work in these structures, who are collective corporate economic entities that OWN this property, and nominate their representatives to district, city and regional self-government bodies. With full control of the formation, adoption and strict control of the implementation of budgets, tax policy in the regions, and the goals of social and economic development. And also, having representative functions in the legislative, executive and judicial branches of the federal government in Russia, as a real political petty-bourgeois middle class - a layer of the population of the real masters of Russia. As for the “strangers,” in such conditions of an innovative, intensively developing industrial economy, they will simply go home, since they will NOT BE NEEDED. THEY HAVE THEIR OWN COUNTRIES! Without this, all this is nothing more than talk “in favor of the poor”(...

    PS Whose property is the power.
  67. 0
    3 January 2024 20: 46
    I haven't liked him since '93.
  68. +4
    3 January 2024 21: 06
    Russians 80%. Any manifestation of Russophobia should be recognized as a crime against statehood and punished accordingly - with a prison term of at least 10 years. Don't like Russians, Russian culture? Look for another country. All this multinationality should be secondary, but 80% of the population is primary. But it is precisely the anti-people bourgeois states that benefit from exalting the minority and spreading rot on the majority. The policy of “our” authorities is no exception. The thing is that when something “explodes” somewhere (in our country or not), insolent minorities (LGBT people and Muslims in the West, Muslims in our country) may well begin to be completely exterminated. For some reason, minorities have the impression that since the majority is now passive and “weak”, they can spank them, insult them and engage in other abuses. But by historical standards, mass genocide among “weak” Europeans and mass migrations of people among “weak” Russians was practiced quite recently. And no amount of self-organization will help when some crowd leader from a pub, and now some president, points his finger and says: “Exterminate these people. Yes, all N millions.” In general, they take risks.
    1. +1
      4 January 2024 01: 19
      Russians 80%. Any manifestation of Russophobia should be recognized as a crime against statehood and punished accordingly - with a prison term of at least 10 years. Don't like Russians, Russian culture? Look for another country.

      Punishing an opinion with a prison term is a deeply erroneous decision, because of which emotional Russophobic statements begin. Here you need to not fight Russophobia, which you yourself provoke, but come to your senses and harshly suppress all manifestations of madness and pan-headedness in our country.
      You imagine yourself as a Fuhrer in a concentration camp, shouting so much alone. so much for others, and it doesn’t even dawn on you that you won’t be in the concentration camp as a Fuhrer.
  69. -1
    3 January 2024 22: 17
    Ugliness. These Muslims, led by Kadyrov, are dividing the peoples of Russia.
    1. -2
      4 January 2024 12: 54
      It is not they, but the maddened “Russian patriots” who are dividing the peoples of Russia.
  70. +7
    3 January 2024 22: 49
    Well, say thank you to our president - it is under his power and with his actual approval that a massive importation of people of foreign cultures into our country is taking place, while Russians cannot obtain citizenship for years.
    It is under his rule that the diasporas have not only become stronger, but are already striving for power.
    Is this our merit? No. He and his government created all this.
    And then we’ll have to clean it up. And it is unlikely that in this matter it will be possible to get by with small problems, but rather not only problems but also blood.
  71. +1
    3 January 2024 22: 57
    The article is pure provocation.
    MOSCOW, December 26. /TASS/. Politician Sergei Baburin submitted documents to the Central Election Commission of the Russian Federation to participate in the presidential elections in 2024 as a candidate from the Russian All-People's Union (ROS) party. A TASS correspondent reports this.
    https://tass.ru/politika/19632929

    Sergei Baburin, nominated for the post of President of Russia by the Russian All-People's Union, is officially registered in this capacity. This decision was made today by the Central Election Commission following the verification of signatures in its support.
    https://rg.ru/2018/02/07/cik-zaregistriroval-sergeia-baburina-kandidatom-na-post-prezidenta-rossii.html
  72. 0
    4 January 2024 00: 24
    First, diasporas are not any kind of entity, they are simply intermediaries between the authorities and the newcomers. The second problem is caused by local authorities out of greed. They let unknown people into our house, although these people themselves hate Russians and drove them out of Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and so on. Third, due to lack of education and excessive religious fanaticism, the seeds of Wahhabism and extremism are ripening in our country. Options first: strict border control, biometrics and a common base. In every country, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, and so on, control centers should be opened at the embassies to monitor those who ask us and for what purpose. In Russia, migration centers must submit requests for the number of specialists needed and their quality. If you come to work, get a visa, work, if you create problems, you will be thrown out with a fine. Families cannot be brought. Invoice the country where you came from. Russia's migration policy should make full use of blackmail by the ruling elites of Central Asian countries. The program for the repatriation of compatriots should work to its full potential; no one cares about the grievances of migrants. Officials who will facilitate the migration flows of guest workers will be charged with treason. Let me remind the local indigenous Muslims that they don’t like these newcomers either, they cause a lot of problems.
  73. +2
    4 January 2024 06: 37
    That is, if we translate the article into one phrase: a candidate from the leaders of organized criminal groups.
  74. -1
    4 January 2024 08: 08
    from the confusing text of the article, I didn’t understand why, if a Kumyk born in Dagestan considers himself Russian, this is bad.... the great Avar Rasul Gamzatov: “in Dagestan I am an Avar, in Russia I am a Dagestan, abroad I am Russian.. "Who now, in wartime, needs to throw theses into the information space about endemic enmity between Russians and other nationalities of our Motherland, dividing peoples... and it is not clear who Vikor Biryukov is? Isn’t this the one who believes that Ukraine is not a Nazi state?
    1. 0
      4 January 2024 08: 46
      Sorry, there are still Russians on topvar for whom the country is the main thing. Thanks for your comments.
    2. 0
      4 January 2024 13: 23
      Quote: Andrey Kuligin
      who now, in wartime, needs to throw into the information space theses about general hostility between Russians and other nationalities of our Motherland, dividing peoples
      The same ones who shouted “polymers are all gone” for many years, when it became clear that not all of them were. New time - new training manuals.
  75. -1
    4 January 2024 08: 38
    From the comments we can conclude that the entire liberda has gathered under the guise of Russians in order to discredit the country’s authorities. Remember, only the next revolution will completely destroy our country, and you will not live better.
    1. -1
      4 January 2024 13: 45
      Quote from: d4.fokin
      From the comments we can conclude that the entire liberda has gathered under the guise of Russians in order to discredit the country’s authorities.
      The ideas of Russian fascism began to be introduced through “samizdat” back in 1986, when A.N. Yakovlev became the secretary for ideology of the CPSU and the “foreman of perestroika” concurrently. But during the collapse of the USSR, they were not in great demand. Now this card is played again. The focus here is not so much against the authorities as against Russia itself.
  76. -2
    4 January 2024 09: 38
    Islamic freemasons are nonsense. For example, Mecca and Medina may well be washed away as unnecessary, preferably during the Hajj. Nobody forced the Arab sheikhs to fool around with creating artificial rain. By the way, the Koran also writes about artificial rains, not to mention the artificial tears caused in other ethnocultural groups by devout Muslims who, as always, read the lines of their religious literature
  77. 0
    4 January 2024 11: 52
    "Again, the question is self-organization and national solidarity. They stand behind their own people. And what about the Russians? Russians do not have their own diasporas. And if the self-organization of Tajiks, “new Russians” from Central Asia or representatives of Islamic regions of the Russian Federation is petty pranks or “hooliganism” “(if a crowd of “self-organized” people kicked someone or destroyed some object), then the self-organization of Russians is extremism and “Russian fascism.”

    Either the Russians will learn self-organization and national solidarity, despite the slander and repression of all kinds of liberals and tolerants (usually non-Russians), or they will dissolve. Isn't this the goal of the army of migrants and its owners? Give Russia technology to Islam.
  78. +1
    4 January 2024 12: 14
    Politics mixed with religion smells of blood...... V.I. Lenin was right in this regard - religion is OPIUM for the people...
  79. +2
    4 January 2024 13: 26
    You need to understand that migrants are strangers, Salafis. They understand only POWER and TERROR. Other types of relationships between people are perceived as an invitation to robbery and violence; nothing else is available to them. The exception is only for our own people, and even then not for everyone.
  80. 0
    4 January 2024 14: 11
    It will take second place, you'll see.
  81. -2
    4 January 2024 18: 43
    Why this "hyper-revealing" article? Show me at least one person who doubts the outcome of the upcoming elections. Not a single potentially serious candidate who could gain 10-20 percent is allowed within 200 kilometers of the elections. Others are no longer there, and those are far away...
    1. 0
      4 January 2024 21: 04
      Quote: AC130 Ganship
      Not a single potentially serious candidate who could gain 10-20 percent is allowed within 200 kilometers of the elections. Others are no longer there, and those are far away...

      If in a society with 100 million voters there is “not a single serious candidate”, it is mentally retarded. Therefore, to believe in this, as you believe, means to recognize Hitler’s views on an inferior people who are not capable of creating a full-fledged statehood.

      The correct conclusion is different: there are serious candidates, but society does NOT have the ability to self-organize and is NOT able to demand anything from the State. Because not enough time has passed since the days of serfdom and class division.

      Among modern migrants, there is a completely reasonable idea of ​​nominating a leader who is authoritative for them. Which they will always have And also the idea of ​​convening the All-Russian Kurultai.

      Among Russians, the fantastic and archaic idea of ​​waiting for the “coming of the Tsar” prevails. In the meantime, it’s not there—an absolutely childish political slogan: “And for whom else?...” This is a child’s worldview, for which I congratulate you...

      Consequently, political initiatives will gradually shift to migrants. Because they think adequately.
  82. +1
    5 January 2024 03: 40
    It seems to me that diasporas are organized crime groups in law
    1. -1
      5 January 2024 15: 51
      Quote: aiden
      It seems to me that diasporas are organized crime groups in law

      Oh, it seems to you..... And who were Yeltsin, Chubais and Gaidar?

      Back in March 1996, the State Duma adopted a resolution on the lack of legitimacy of the Belovezh Treaty. And the presence of a crime under the article “treason” in Yeltsin’s actions. It does not seem that this was stated by the official legislative body of the Russian Federation.
      And after that the Russian people recognized Yeltsin as president for the second time...

      And now it “seems” like something there..... It all looks like an indecent joke laughing
  83. +1
    5 January 2024 09: 26
    If migrants live in the Russian Federation as diasporas, it means they do not want to assimilate in Russia, and this already leads to bad thoughts. You cannot accept candidates for any positions from diasporas - this can lead to dire consequences. This is not right when migrants, having just received a Russian passport, begin to dictate their terms - this cannot be allowed.
    1. -1
      5 January 2024 15: 54
      Was it possible to ruin your own country in peacetime in 1991? Migrants didn't do this. This was done by the presidents of the republics of “three united Russian people.” By the way, without having any legal right to do so.
      1. +1
        5 January 2024 16: 29

        ivan2022
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        Was it possible to ruin your own country in peacetime in 1991? Migrants didn't do this. This was done by the presidents of the republics of “three united Russian people.” By the way, without having any legal right to do so.
        - where were you at that time, and what were you doing? - now let’s look for the guilty?
        1. 0
          7 January 2024 03: 40
          Quote: SEVERIN
          - where were you at that time, and what were you doing? - now let’s look for the guilty?

          I recognize a Russian compatriot! laughing
          He sincerely believes that getting personal and pointing a finger at your opponent is a way to prove you are right in a principled discourse....... In the spirit of Shura Balaganov: “Who are you?”

          Asians have a different psychology. It was not they who somersaulted under the Belovezhskaya fir trees together with the Russian people's favorite Yeltsin in December 1991. But they are 100% responsible; they silently occupy the country.
          And you can poke each other with your dirty fingers until you’re blue in the face if you have such a perversion.
          1. 0
            7 January 2024 09: 02
            There is no need to judge everyone by myself - I am very clean, and I did not participate in the Bialowieza bedlam, but I voted for preserving the USSR as a single state, but the union still collapsed, but it is not my fault.
  84. 0
    5 January 2024 17: 04
    Good idea…. Well, now it's the party goers' turn
  85. +1
    6 January 2024 04: 30
    For, as you know, Russian nationalism in Russia is clearly not welcomed by the authorities.

    For the last 30 years, the main task of the authorities has been to rid the territory of Russia of the Russian people....
  86. 0
    6 January 2024 11: 21
    Russians will continue to have to avoid all migrants, because the government in Russia is not Russian, but anti-Russian in essence, and everyone sees and understands this, but the President and others like him do not. Why? Yes, everything is simple... continue on your own.
  87. 0
    6 January 2024 21: 03
    The answer to your bourgeois nationalism and religious solidarity can only be proletarian internationalism!
  88. 0
    6 January 2024 21: 11
    Quote: baltiksi
    the power in Russia is not Russian, but anti-Russian in essence, and everyone sees and understands this, but the President and others like him do not

    Er... isn’t the president a representative of the government?
  89. 0
    7 January 2024 17: 28
    Unfortunately, there is no Russian diaspora in Russia and, as a result, Russians are disorganized and no one protects their rights. alas and ah...
  90. 0
    29 January 2024 17: 21
    Lawlessness of stupid citizens who do not love Russia, living on its territory and chewing bread grown in its fields."

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