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Foreign agents play cat and mouse with a seagull

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The other day exactly one year has passed since non-governmental (non-commercial) organizations conducting political activities using foreign funding at the legal level should secure the status of foreign agents. And for most political NGOs that acted and act on the territory of Russia, this year turned into a temporary period of intensive search for circumventing amendments to the law on non-profit organizations.


The fact that such searches took place is confirmed by the Prosecutor General Yury Chaika. At one of the recent visiting sessions of the Federation Council in the northern capital, Chaika said that today 22 organizations directly fall under the status of a “foreign agent”, however, most of them decided to arrange a cat-and-mouse game with Russian legislation. This game sole purpose is to avoid having to register as a “foreign agent”, although such registration does not impose absolutely no repressive actions on NGOs.

As a variant of avoiding the “foreign agent” registration, the following scheme is used:

NPO creates a whole set of “daughters”, which themselves are registered as legal entities. These “daughters” receive financing from foreign organizations at various levels, which then send the funds that came from behind the cordon to the accounts of the NPO that generated them. Thus, legally it turns out that an NPO receives money from Russian organizations, which means that it does not fall under the status of a “foreign agent”.

The only organization that found the strength to register as a foreign agent, and did not seek out ways to evade the execution of the law, was the NGO "Promoting Competition in the CIS Countries." Among the objectives of this non-commercial partnership, participation in the formation of an effective state policy in the field of protection and development of competition, as well as participation in competition law-making activities are highlighted. Today, the mentioned NPO includes representatives of the 6 states of the post-Soviet space: in addition to Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Armenia, Moldova and Ukraine.

The rest of the organizations have the courage to sign up for foreign agents in themselves they do not find, which is of interest from the General Prosecutor’s Office. At the same exit meeting of the Upper Chamber of the Russian Parliament, Yuri Chaika noted that during a large-scale audit of NGOs carried out by regulatory authorities, it turned out that about 50 non-profit organizations with an emphasis on political activity had submitted false documents about their registration. Detection of fraud occurred at a time when prosecutors at the addresses indicated in the registration sheets did not find 43's of NPOs. At the same time, the Prosecutor General noted that measures will be taken with regard to NGOs that provide knowingly false information about themselves.

One of these organizations, which decided to hold the nose of state regulatory bodies, was the association "Voice". For persistent reluctance to follow the letter of the law and register as an agent of Golos in April, he was fined 300 thousand rubles by the decision of the Presnensky court of the city of Moscow. At the same time, the “vocalists” themselves said that the verdict was at odds with common sense, and members of the public saw the 300 thousandth penalty for an organization receiving millions of dollars from the United States ridiculous. By the way, is it not because of the majority of NPOs that fall under the status of a foreign agent, and are not eager to register under this status ... After all, apparently, it is easier for them to pay a fine than to refuse to receive funds from abroad. I paid 300 thousands - and work yourself further - American friends will still turn on their printing press and replenish the balance of the fined ...

Foreign agents play cat and mouse with a seagull


It turns out that the designated fines for non-profit "deviationists" are, as Vladimir Putin once put it (differently, however, about it), it is the same as cutting a pig: there is little wool, there is a lot of squeal. And the aforementioned cat-and-mouse game with the same Prosecutor General's Office in Russia, apparently, is becoming the main NKO-shnoy fun. A sort of a variant of the logical game “Blow the Prosecutor”, in which the very same association “Voice” succeeds. After voicing the decision of the court that the NGO itself and its leader were fined, in Golos they decided to strike back at the Prosecutor General’s Office itself, filed a counterclaim aimed at having the organization headed by Chaika recognized as a foreign agent. The claim was rejected ...

After the repeated refusal to register as an agent of the “Golos” activity was suspended by the Ministry of Justice, but the “Golos” decided to circumvent the law here. The association first self-destructed, and then registered as a public organization without a legal entity, just to avoid obtaining the status of a “foreign agent”. As the saying goes: all heartburn ...

Meanwhile, the fright of NPOs of an appropriate nature to register as foreign agents is puzzling. Gentlemen, who declare themselves at every corner to be lawyers and experienced lawyers, with some kind of excuse, they mutually obstinately combine the legal term “foreign agent” with the notion of “spy”. Well, if they mate, it means that the stigma is really into a cannon ... For some reason, the NGO “Promoting Competition in the CIS Countries” did not see any conspiracy in the new status, as those who collaborate with this organization did not see it. But the same “Voice” in no way, you know, will not quit ... Apparently, the apt phrase “on the thief and the cap is on fire” refers to “The Voice” and other similar stubborn organizations in full.

In his speech, which is considered in this material, Yuri Chaika said that he does not understand NGOs that do not want to register as foreign agents, even if their workflow leads exclusively in a foreign language. As a conclusion of such organizations to clean water, Chaika proposes to publish data on inspections of non-profit organizations on the Web on the provision of public access. This will help the citizens of Russia to determine at the household level what the partnership with this or that organization, whose activities are in one way or another connected with politics, promises.
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  1. Ruslan67
    Ruslan67 16 July 2013 07: 44 New
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    How all the same, I would like the phrase-foreign agent to be equated to the word spy with all the ensuing and departing from the trunk sad
    1. buzuke
      buzuke 16 July 2013 07: 50 New
      +5
      and what is the logic? the meaning of the law is not to outweigh everyone, but to see whether the foreign influence is visible or not. and there already according to the results of activities. there are many funds that are really engaged in good deeds and do not go into politics
      1. Ruslan67
        Ruslan67 16 July 2013 07: 54 New
        +6
        Quote: buzuke
        and what is the logic?

        At least in the fact that our state was engaged in these good deeds and not any foreign trash with unclear goals
        1. Sandov
          Sandov 16 July 2013 12: 36 New
          +4
          Quote: Ruslan67
          At least in the fact that our state was engaged in these good deeds and not any foreign trash with unclear goals


          The goals of these holy fools are, to be honest, the collapse and submission of Russia to Western grant payers.
      2. krasin
        krasin 16 July 2013 07: 56 New
        10
        I paid 300 thousand - and work on yourself further - American friends will still turn on their printing press and replenish the fined balance ...


        One conclusion, the law is not perfect, it would be necessary to finalize!
        1. SASCHAmIXEEW
          SASCHAmIXEEW 16 July 2013 08: 28 New
          10
          How much I got because of the mound for so much and were fined, that’s how it would be effective !!! Feeding from behind a hillock is not a shame, but to call those who are a foreign agent is a shame! If it’s sold, then it’s not even an agent, but a traitor !!! So hide, don’t hide, but as you were a corrupt creature, you’ll remain with it
          1. afire
            afire 16 July 2013 08: 43 New
            +4
            They will finish the game with their tricks, the main one will spit and cover all these tricks and prohibit all such activities, then the mask show will deal with them. ur..yes bilat-finally nichrome are not afraid
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        3. Geisenberg
          Geisenberg 16 July 2013 11: 16 New
          +3
          Quote: krasin
          One conclusion, the law is not perfect, it would be necessary to finalize!


          Invalid output. The law is ordinary, no practice. We need several case-law decisions on issues related to law. Here's an example of this sarty voice and practice. Next time, at least they will make a fine in 50% of the funds received because of the cardon.
          1. 89501358976
            89501358976 16 July 2013 12: 42 New
            +2
            IT IS NECESSARY TO COMPLETELY CLOSE ACCOUNTS AS IN INDIA !!! AND MAKE AND PAY IN THE BUDGET OF THE STATE, THEN I THINK THAN WILL STOP PAYING TO THIS SIDE wassat Us
          2. stalkerwalker
            stalkerwalker 16 July 2013 15: 11 New
            +5
            Quote: Geisenberg
            Next time, at least they will make a fine in 50% of the funds received because of the cardon.

            No need to trifle ...
            Introduce an amendment - to malicious violators, access to funds in the account is blocked.
            1. Constantine
              Constantine 17 July 2013 19: 02 New
              0
              I agree. And if something happens, lovers of the West can refer to the practice when accounts are blocked "until the circumstances are fully clarified." They will no longer say that the state outrageously deprives the poor of money for the sale of their homeland, since they can be poked with their faces in Western practice.
        4. fedorovith
          fedorovith 16 July 2013 17: 10 New
          +1
          There is one revision - FORBID - of all NPOs and all things. For some reason there are no questions about this to the same States.
    2. Averias
      Averias 16 July 2013 09: 57 New
      +6
      Quote: Ruslan67
      foreign agent equated to the word spy


      A little wrong colleague, here the word - DIVERSANT will be more appropriate. This is what all these NPOs really are.
    3. Interface
      Interface 16 July 2013 14: 07 New
      +2
      ". After voicing the court’s decision that the NPO itself and its leader had been fined, the Golos decided to strike back at the Prosecutor General’s Office, filing a counterclaim aimed at recognizing the organization headed by him as a foreign agent. The lawsuit was rejected ...

      Cattle ... nothing to say ...

      But I would be angry at the place of Chaika and not show up with this organization, requisition the bank deposits of members of the vote, prohibit the provision of buildings for votes (amendments to the law are needed), and let their bosses deal with the FSB (foreign agent = spy, this is obvious, amendments are needed) and let them squeak that the GP violates the law, when all the window-dressers sit on their bunks, no one will listen to them at all, and the country will be better off.
      They need to be pressed in full, the drafters of the law clearly did not take into account the possible greyhound of the knobs.
    4. stalkerwalker
      stalkerwalker 16 July 2013 15: 08 New
      +3
      Quote: Ruslan67
      a foreign agent was equated with the word spy with all the consequences

      "The cat knows whose meat it ate ..."
      "On the thief and the hat is on ...".
      These "cryopreservation" liberals do not even have enough intelligence - they simply act according to the letter of the law, because they consider themselves, here, in Russia, to be the best and smartest of all.
      Only no matter how much deodorant on der ... mo you don’t spray, it still stinks der ... dom.
    5. Indigo
      Indigo 16 July 2013 20: 59 New
      +1
      Quote: Ruslan67
      How all the same, I would like the phrase-foreign agent to be equated to the word spy with all the ensuing and departing from the trunk

      So I would like to see in place of the General Prosecutor Comrade Vyshinsky and how quickly this problem would be resolved, and at the same time in a democratic way ....
    6. psdf
      psdf 17 July 2013 01: 18 New
      +1
      Quote: Ruslan67
      How all the same, I would like the phrase-foreign agent to be equated to the word spy with all the ensuing and departing from the trunk

      The more openness and publicly available information about these NGOs, including, for example, the mandatory publication of reports on activities in the media, the easier it is for ordinary citizens to figure out what they are.
      For most of them, an open description of real activities in the press is similar to death.
  2. treskoed
    treskoed 16 July 2013 07: 59 New
    +2
    Yuri Chaika said that he does not understand NGOs who do not want to register as foreign agents, even if their workflow is conducted exclusively in a foreign language.

    But it is necessary: ​​to understand - and not to forgive!
    1. stalkerwalker
      stalkerwalker 16 July 2013 15: 12 New
      +3
      Quote: treskoed
      But it is necessary: ​​to understand - and not to forgive!

      I didn’t know that Borodach was an NKOshnik .. laughing
  3. domokl
    domokl 16 July 2013 08: 14 New
    +3
    Most NGOs position themselves as fighters for freedom, equality, fraternity ... They only think how to make the life of Russians beautiful. And here bam ---- the guys are Cossack mishandled. We know who orders the music ... How did this happen? with famous human rights activists. For some reason, they defended it at the direction of the USA ...
    It’s necessary to open agents and constantly talk about it. They don’t want to work honestly, let them work according to the law
    1. Ivan.
      Ivan. 16 July 2013 11: 09 New
      +1
      Quote: domokl
      Most NGOs position themselves as fighters for freedom, equality, fraternity ... They only think how to make the life of Russians beautiful

      Bring them out to clean water by pressing them with their attitude to same-sex, other perversions, atrocities of bandits in Syria and other regions, privatization of Chubyski, "effective managers" and other well-known and obvious facts - in one word, forcing them to work against their masters or to open up and forget about their cover "fighters for freedom, equality, brotherhood."
  4. omsbon
    omsbon 16 July 2013 08: 32 New
    +4
    "And Vaska listens, but eats"
    Moral fable:
    And I would cook differently
    He ordered to hack on the wall:
    So that there is no waste of speeches,
    Where you need the power to use.
  5. raja666
    raja666 16 July 2013 08: 40 New
    +1
    Not many NGOs have to live on, fines need to be increased several times and sent to the ONF (All-Russian Popular Front), our front is native
  6. vladsolo56
    vladsolo56 16 July 2013 08: 41 New
    +1
    Galimatia, there is a criminal code, and it should have an article on wrecking and undermining the state. If any organization or association conducts activities aimed at undermining, then its leaders should be prosecuted. If such a non-governmental organization provides evidence of corruption and fraud in power in an elementary and evidence-based manner, then what is its crime? It turns out that our bodies either work poorly, or the facts are stronger. But in fact, there’s a pike in the river so that the crucian would not doze off.
    1. domokl
      domokl 16 July 2013 08: 57 New
      +1
      Quote: vladsolo56
      If any organization or association conducts activities aimed at undermining,

      And who told you that NGOs openly carry out activities against Russia? These are ideological opponents and do nothing illegal.
      The law says about the need to register sources of FINANCE. So you are wrong.
      1. vladsolo56
        vladsolo56 16 July 2013 10: 33 New
        -6
        if they are not doing anything illegal, then what is their harm. Ideological opponents? in this case, the Communists are such, so let's ban them too, declare them enemies. It may be worth pursuing domestic policy so that there would simply be nothing to oppose ideological opponents. But as you know, banning is always easier.
        1. Bigriver
          Bigriver 16 July 2013 11: 57 New
          +8
          Quote: vladsolo56
          if they are not doing anything illegal, then what is their harm. Ideological opponents? ..

          All foreign agents involved in political activities are working on the formation of public opinion. And through the latter they have the opportunity to influence the adoption of certain decisions by the authorities.
          Take Levada Center, for example. By juggling questions in social research, they can get the results they want. And then these results are published in the media.
          Take Vedomosti or Novaya Gazeta, which broadcast to Russia the standards of "universal" values ​​and reflect events through the "Western head." How to prove that their assessments are harmful and damage the Russian society and state. This is, like, journalistic freedom. fellow
          The main harm from NCO agents is that they form opinions on certain issues loyal to our geopolitical opponents and opposition to their own authorities. And not only the authorities. Traditional values, culture, Russian history. That is, their task is to change the views, mentality, nature of the Russian person. Confuse, fool, disorient, demoralize.
          Gozman recently, remember from his "Gestapo - SMERSH"? Here you have the mechanism. Try to prove the illegality of his statement hi
          But I hope you understand that this "contagion" is being thrown into society with a distant aim?
          1. vladsolo56
            vladsolo56 16 July 2013 12: 58 New
            -6
            You surprise me, if society is healthy, if justice and reason dominate in society, then no NPOs can inspire anyone with anything. If there are flaws in society, flaws that are known to all of us, then it may not be worth punishing those who build their propaganda on this, it may be worthwhile to eliminate those flaws and thus knock out support from under NPOs. But no, it’s necessary to work, you need to strain your head, and since you have banned everything, only the prohibition of NPOs will not solve the problem. The people will still seek the truth, and may well get it, but in an already distorted form, for example, everything is right there on the net. Then the question will be, to close the network. Then what? close borders?
            1. Alexei-
              Alexei- 16 July 2013 13: 26 New
              +3
              "You amaze me if society is healthy, if justice and reason dominate in society, then no NGOs will be able to inspire anything to anyone ...."

              water sharpens the stone. IMHO, there was no absolute fair, healthy, rational society. The struggle is already for consciousness, the mentality of society. Here is a wonderful article on this subject- http://army.lv/en/informatsionnaya-voyna/110/ 102

              In the information war, all these desks are significant TOOL. And "eliminate shortcomings", reacting to their squeal, from the evil one.
              And yes, I agree with you, we won’t achieve anything good with the prohibitions (we’ve already passed). You need to beat them by poking your nose in their own lies (we only have RT on their field, IMHO)
              1. vladsolo56
                vladsolo56 16 July 2013 13: 45 New
                -3
                Of course, of course, we’ll slap these, but nothing will change, the authorities will point us to others, well, we’ll slap them, again nothing will change, so how much will we beat? and if once the power will show on you and they will start to beat you. What then will sing. Or do you expect to serve the authorities in spite of all its shortcomings?
                1. Alexei-
                  Alexei- 16 July 2013 14: 01 New
                  +4
                  we will wander into philosophy ... NGOs are financed from overseas. They are supervised by their intelligence agencies. Whole strategies for conducting information war have been developed. The attitude of the State Department towards the Russian Federation is known. The enemy is visible and understandable, the battlefield is informational and legal ... .why should my power be toothless? There are, of course, NGOs that are not connected with these "sworn friends", but negligible
                  1. vladsolo56
                    vladsolo56 16 July 2013 15: 01 New
                    -2
                    If you do not go into philosophy, but only superficially discuss problems, then you should not undertake it at all.
                2. Bigriver
                  Bigriver 16 July 2013 14: 39 New
                  0
                  Quote: vladsolo56
                  Of course, of course, we’ll hatch these, but nothing will change, the authorities will point us to others, ..

                  Why such a tragedy of a simple process?
                  Nobody proposes to thrash them and limit their activities too. It is only about the fact that political organizations that work with public opinion and have foreign funding are identified in their true status.
                  Sorry, but recently, even my small company, in order to conclude an agreement with another state organization, must provide a certificate of the entire chain of owners, including beneficiaries.
                  The fight against corruption, you know :))
                  I don’t understand why you are against the same attitude towards organizations that have TV and radio broadcasts and other media opportunities?
                  1. vladsolo56
                    vladsolo56 16 July 2013 14: 59 New
                    0
                    Who told you that I am against? and in general, maybe someone here believes that I’m a mountain for NPOs? So those who think so are mistaken. I am only against fanning hysteria about this and insulting them. I am for the fact that it is necessary to fight NGOs only either by law or in the information field, but objectively. What surprises me is that NGOs funded from abroad are presented as a fact of their subversive activities. But our financiers and the government do not encourage foreign investment in Russia. Which in my understanding is just a hundred times worse. Coming to Russia, foreign capital does not at all imply its early development; they can only be attracted by the profitability which will be higher than at home. And as soon as profitability drops, investors will curtail their activities and withdraw their capital to another country. Moreover, in case of political disagreements, they can use such financial methods of undermining the state as sabotage. However, no one even tries to blame the authorities for using Western money in their interests.
                    1. Bigriver
                      Bigriver 16 July 2013 15: 18 New
                      0
                      Quote: vladsolo56
                      ... I am only against fanning hysteria about this and insulting them. I am for the fact that with NGOs it is necessary to fight only either by law or in the information field, but objectively ...

                      You look at the history of the issue. It is THEY who fan the hysteria! .. Refusing to register as a foreign agent.
                      They are directly asked: you, Pupkin, to defend the interests of the Russian people you receive funding from the State Department? Go through, register.
                      And Pupkin:
                      - No no!!! Was not, was not, was not .., did not even stand nearby!
                      laughing
                      And they begin to change passports, registration, hairstyle ...
                      What is it for? BUT? bully
                      Imagine if any Russian human rights organization in America ignored the FARA Act, which has been in the states for over 70 years.
                      Can you imagine this? ..
                      Can you imagine an American who calls the government’s sanctions for disobeying the FARA law hysteria?
            2. arnulla
              arnulla 16 July 2013 20: 22 New
              0
              Quote: vladsolo56
              You surprise me, if society is healthy, if justice and reason dominate in society, then no NPOs can inspire anyone with anything. If there are flaws in society, flaws that are known to all of us, then it may not be worth punishing those who build their propaganda on this, it may be worthwhile to eliminate those flaws and thus knock out support from under NPOs. But no, it’s necessary to work, you need to strain your head, and since you have banned everything, only the prohibition of NPOs will not solve the problem. The people will still seek the truth, and may well get it, but in an already distorted form, for example, everything is right there on the net. Then the question will be, to close the network. Then what? close borders?

              To your post, I have a simple answer, why do the Anglo-Saxons (and most NGOs are under their patronage) not allow such a revelry of the schoolboys in their countries? !! Think about this fact. And about the truth they had fun, since when did the Anglo-Saxons shut themselves up as conductors of truthfulness ...
    2. Sandov
      Sandov 16 July 2013 12: 40 New
      +1
      I agree with you, Vladimir, there are our domestic laws by which to judge these foreign Cossacks.
  7. korwet
    korwet 16 July 2013 08: 58 New
    +2
    I completely agree with vladsolo56, only under the article on wrecking and undermining the state, officials and officials involved in this should be involved in passing by.
  8. Valery Neonov
    Valery Neonov 16 July 2013 09: 22 New
    +1
    , " In his speech, which is considered in this material, Yuri Chaika stated that he does not understand NPOs,"- no heads, no one to suppress; so, you can understand that all .... they are the most. QUESTIONNAIRE:
    -NAME:........
    -SURNAME......
    -FATHERLAND ..... Most of those present are familiar, but for members of the government + monthly psychiatric commissions!
  9. Karabin
    Karabin 16 July 2013 09: 34 New
    0
    There is no law on non-profit organizations. Neither in terms of loosening funding due to the mound, because he does not prohibit this, nor in terms of an elementary order, because the provisions of the law are easy to circumvent. If we want to stop the corrosion of our civilization, then it is necessary to cover NGOs. And not only a political orientation. If we want to be universal, the law is quite suitable.
    1. Ivan.
      Ivan. 16 July 2013 11: 26 New
      +1
      Quote: Karabin
      There is no law on non-profit organizations. Not in terms of loosening funding over the hill

      I do not understand why the imported "goods" of the euro and the dollar for these organizations are not taxed with 30-70%; there is a reason (they found a reason for taxes in the 90s more than 100%) and in general they "work" with too much impunity - and the bandits with the mafia they are not touched and terrorists and officials-sawing the budget means they have connections and therefore they must be taken into the development by the operatives.
    2. Bigriver
      Bigriver 16 July 2013 12: 23 New
      +1
      Quote: Karabin
      There is no law on non-profit organizations. Neither in terms of weakening funding due to the hillock, because he does not prohibit this, nor in terms of an elementary order, because the provisions of the law can be easily circumvented ...

      I do not agree! Although not a lawyer wink
      The fact that they ran in like cockroaches is a great result.
      The whole point of non-profit organizations is in broadcasting alien values, assessments, guidelines to society, on behalf of "the same as we are all - Russians." Only, well, very smart and activelove
      As soon as an informational message has a true "dad and mom" - the trust in it is completely different.
      That is why they were so busy. Their activity makes sense only under the guise of the image of "conscientious and honest Russian organizations" soldier
  10. Silkway0026
    Silkway0026 16 July 2013 09: 39 New
    +6
    I can’t understand what we are almonding ... forever in everything we need to be ahead of the rest of the planet ... now and in tolerance for these Judas! would look at India - they endured for a long time (like us) and then stupidly banned everyone, the accounts were arrested, nuclear plants - they started up. and quiet.
    1. KBPC50
      KBPC50 16 July 2013 11: 27 New
      0
      I can’t understand what we’re talking about ... and then stupidly banned everyone, the accounts were arrested, the nuclear power plants were launched. and quiet. I AGREE 110%.
  11. Russ69
    Russ69 16 July 2013 10: 02 New
    +4
    Hmm ... In recent years, the word "Human Rights Defender" began to sound vilely.
    1. Dimy4
      Dimy4 16 July 2013 13: 48 New
      +2
      I already wrote, but I repeat - the cryoprotector will be more consistent with our situation with you.
  12. tank64rus
    tank64rus 16 July 2013 10: 13 New
    +4
    A foreign agent is a foreign agent. The policy continues in the mid-70s, when the CIA decided to disguise all subversive activities under the guise of various human rights and other organizations. Screamed about human rights began to produce various "human rights activists" and other common people. In general, James Bond became a humanist from a spy and a fighter for the rights of sexual minorities. In general, it's time not to fine, but to plant.
  13. NOMADE
    NOMADE 16 July 2013 10: 13 New
    +3
    Quote: Silkway0026
    I can’t understand what we are almonding ... forever in everything we need to be ahead of the rest of the planet ... now and in tolerance for these Judas! would look at India - they endured for a long time (like us) and then stupidly banned everyone, the accounts were arrested, nuclear plants - they started up. and quiet.


    That's for sure. As it is weakly represented by NGOs (with the interests of Russia, China, India ....) in the cradle of "democracy" of the United States, Great Britain ...))) And in Russia, it means it is possible.
    In general, the conclusion:
    1) Open your own NGOs in America (The goal is to protect Democracy, Freedom of Speech and the equal rights of African Americans and whites))))) This is just relevant in view of the recent events with Snowden and demonstrations in the USA.
    2) In case of refusal and pressure on our NPOs in the USA, close NPOs in Russia)
  14. Yarosvet
    Yarosvet 16 July 2013 10: 54 New
    +3
    Foreign agents speak?

    Then to you here - http://a-zatvornik.livejournal.com/125305.html - I recommend it laughing

    However, it happens so
  15. Dimy4
    Dimy4 16 July 2013 11: 00 New
    +3
    NPO creates a whole set of "subsidiaries", which themselves are registered as legal entities.

    After the first reading of the amendments to the law, the same thought came to me, and the law didn’t work out. But to completely ban the activities of these NPOs would be inappropriate, since all these enemy scouts will go into the shadows and will have to be sought. And then everyone walks in plain sight, trying to do dirty tricks, looking for loopholes in laws, etc.
  16. slaventi
    slaventi 16 July 2013 11: 07 New
    +4

    NPO is a "squad of punishers" on the territory of Russia.
    1. fedorovith
      fedorovith 16 July 2013 17: 22 New
      0
      Everyone understood for a long time, it’s just one bazaar there. If you need to, then you need to amend the constitution, which is written under dictation, or change it if necessary. And then to close the NGO problem -K O N S T I T U C I Z- need a desire. to see not only NPOs being fed there.
  17. Standard Oil
    Standard Oil 16 July 2013 11: 15 New
    +1
    I imagine the work of an NGO somewhere in China, the building where it is located would be like a plague barrack for the Chinese, everyone would be bypassed a block away. And if anyone came in, then at the exit they probably met a couple of GB agents and arrived for a "conversation." Why do they suffer with them? Close them all and that's it. And on the opinion of "civilized humanity" I personally put a huge bolt.
  18. KBPC50
    KBPC50 16 July 2013 11: 22 New
    +3
    NPOs are, by definition, CIA affiliates. From this it follows: to liquidate everyone as in India, or, probably, it is necessary to identify illegal residents, to allow work under the control of counterintelligence of Russia, with an analysis of the receipt of finances and control over their spending. Those who are looking to eliminate loopholes today, a maximum of September 1.
  19. slaventi
    slaventi 16 July 2013 11: 27 New
    +2

    The fifth column behind bars.
    1. Sandov
      Sandov 16 July 2013 12: 59 New
      +1
      I think Joseph Vissarionovich would quickly attach this fraternity to the right place. Divorced freeloaders, but just a loophole for free to eat grants and ruin their homeland.
  20. Sleptsoff
    Sleptsoff 16 July 2013 16: 29 New
    +1
    This is how weak you need to be, knowing that there are destructive organizations in your territory with which, at the same time, nothing can be done. Yes, a kick in the ass for everyone and FSU, what the Gayropaic decadents say about us, otherwise NGOs will hiccup loopholes in the laws and the fight against them can last a very, very long time. The time has come for radical measures, it’s time for Putin to gesture, otherwise there is a chance to tear out absolutely everything.
  21. Ruslan_F38
    Ruslan_F38 16 July 2013 17: 50 New
    +1
    Close all NPOs without exception and the problem is solved! It is unclear why the prosecutor’s office is fighting legal methods against those who violate the law.
    1. Andrew-001
      Andrew-001 19 July 2013 02: 01 New
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      Quote: Ruslan_F38
      It is unclear why the prosecutor's office is fighting legal methods.

      Because our country is a normal state, not bandit States.
      The state also needs that laws would be observed.

      And on the claims of those who say: "and you talk to traffic cops and officials", I will answer - and sooner or later they will be brought to order.
      At least the people in gray on the roads have already weaned them from going up to the car to say "Give me money." lol
  22. Goldmitro
    Goldmitro 16 July 2013 18: 19 New
    +1
    <<< Gentlemen (from NGOs), who at every corner declare themselves to be lawyers and experienced jurists, with some kind of, forgive, sheep's obstinacy combine the legal term “foreign agent” with the concept of “spy”. Well, if they do, it means that the stigma is really in the gun ... >>>
    Not like a cannon, but a beard has already grown over so many years of serene work under the wing of our liberals for the good of Western gameocracy. Patience has finally run out! More firmness, it is always respected even by opponents, less slobbering tolerance towards all these "foreign agents" - we must MAKE them respect the laws of Russia! And for all their cunning moves, as we say here - on the cunning ass ... tsu ... you understand!
  23. Reserve buildbat
    Reserve buildbat 17 July 2013 09: 00 New
    +2
    Just go through the knobs. Not registered as a foreign agent, but you feed from behind a hillock - felling. With a full withdrawal of funds from the organization.
  24. morpogr
    morpogr 17 July 2013 11: 44 New
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    Let the State Department replenish our fines with more fines.