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NGOs - weapons of mass destruction of consciousness

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NGOs - weapons of mass destruction of consciousnessThe activity of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in the territories of the countries that were part of the USSR and other countries close to them is a very interesting topic for political science research. NGOs, which in essence should have been the basis for the creation of democratic institutions in independent states, instantly turned into an instrument of direct resistance to the current authorities, and sometimes even an organizer of mass acts of civil disobedience. What is the reason for this "use" of NGOs? As a result, the actions of organizations proclaiming good deeds actually prove to be the conductors of the will of foreign governments?


In this sense, the example of Kyrgyzstan is the most indicative. Today, more than 15.000 non-governmental organizations are operating on the territory of this state with a population of just over five and a half million citizens! That is, in fact, ALL the population of the country, including infants and elderly veterans, can be divided into organized groups of 300-400 people who can fulfill the will of those who pay money at any time. As a result, Kyrgyzstan became not only an absolute record-holder in the number of non-governmental organizations, but also in the number of coups, which have no end in sight. In a word, instead of a democratic society, a whole system of parallel government was created in the country.

Of course, this has nothing to do with democratic institutions, about which Kyrgyz “oppositionists” shout loudly, absolutely similar to those who have been operating in Azerbaijan for many years. Moreover, in Kyrgyzstan, the “oppositionists” are the same prosperous “figures”, traveling around the countries criticizing the current authorities and throw mud at any initiative. The machines they have, however, more modest than the Baku "colleagues". But just like the Azerbaijani leaders of the "dissenters", the Kyrgyz opposition bosses NEVER participate personally in any acts of civil disobedience. What for? Young people can be sent to the square and to rallies to fight with the police, with the state, into jails, ruin their lives and health ...

This was clearly shown when the former president of Kyrgyzstan Askar Akayev gave the green light to various NGOs, hoping to develop democratic traditions and at least provide the poorest part of the population. As a result, the flow of various charitable organizations with huge funds poured into the country. Only for some reason, the funds practically did not reach the people, but settled in the pockets of the new “opposition” (how all this reminds Baku!). Like mushrooms after the rain, the Public Foundation "For International Tolerance", the Foundation for Assistance and Support of Legal and Economic Reforms, the Network of Central Asia Human Rights Defenders, the Lawyers of the Fergana Valley without Borders, and the Association of Civil Society Support Centers "," Ray of Solomon "," Citizens against corruption "," Justice "and thousands, thousands of other organizations.

With all the diversity, the main and unified for all these NGOs task is politics, control over the government in the interests of "customers" from abroad. For example, a non-governmental organization with a loud title “Justice” simply collected information, often of a compromising nature, for the OSCE headquarters in Bishkek. Another organization with the no less “democratic” name “Center for Human Rights“ Citizens against Corruption ”actually turned out to be an elementary center for collecting information. The NGO with the loud name“ Ray of Solomon ”under the guise of the project“ Providing legal and other assistance to vulnerable people "just worked for the Soros Foundation-Kyrgyzstan."

Absolutely identical situation today in Turkey. The opposition well-paid from abroad used the theme of the reconstruction of the city, instantly turning it into the theme of "political struggle with the existing system." In fact, in obvious irony, it is Taksim Square and the entire central district of Istanbul that is a model for those who want to have a modern, beautiful city. But now the youth rushes under the hoses, throws stones at the police, and, as always, is ready to "fight" - just for what ?!

The Turkish government has already announced that it is ready to listen to people involved in the riots. But it turned out that it’s not just anyone to communicate with - the riots are successfully paid for and organized, and those who pay, prefer to stay in the background. "Heroes" with good foreign money do not go to the square - for this there are young people. And for the organizers, the main thing is for there to be unrest, and even better, for people to die during the unrest ... For everything, as they say, paid. And paid in fantastic amounts.

For example, in Russia, where, just like in Central Asia, in Azerbaijan or in Turkey, non-governmental organizations put all their efforts into filling their own pockets and undermining the state system, only four months after the adoption of the law on the activities of NGOs to the accounts of these organizations from abroad Received 28,3 billion rubles. That is almost $ 1 billion! At the same time, 855 million rubles were transferred to the “oppositionists” through diplomatic missions. Should this cause alarm in the government of the country - this is, excuse me, a naive question! It is also naive that the leaders of these non-governmental organizations explain that the funds received are intended "to improve democracy." In general, who in Russia, Azerbaijan or Kyrgyzstan saw how millions of dollars entering non-governmental organizations are spent on people who really need financial assistance? This has never happened! Faster, you can find cases of direct sales and speculation of those drugs that come into the country in the form of free aid from the same Europe than a couple of dollars or euros transferred to the maintenance of children in needy families. And because of these people, who think only about their own pockets, young people go to the square under batons and tear gas ... And who is the “commander” of them? For example, in Kyrgyzstan, non-governmental organizations with the support from abroad are already confidently breaking into power.

For example, the deputy from the Ata-Meken faction Asiya Sasykbaeva is the former chairman of the board of directors of the Soros Kyrgyzstan Foundation. Another Ata-Meken deputy, Natalya Nikitenko, started the same “blood” as the manager of the fund Junior Achievement Kyrgyzstan, and later the director of the public foundation Academy of Higher Education TeachEx, and as the crown of the career, the deputy. Where does the money for their own promotion? Yes, from the same omnipresent Soros, Albert Einstein German Academic Initiative Fund for Refugees, Danish Institute for Human Rights, European Union TACIS, Norwegian Helsinki Committee, DCA (Danish Church Aid), Democratic Commission of the US Embassy in Kyrgyzstan, World Bank and many other organizations , simply turning in their own interests the state structure of Kyrgyzstan.

It is interesting how the authorities of the United States react when they see the predictable reaction of the authorities of Kyrgyzstan, Turkey, Azerbaijan to the activities of NGOs. Cries for the defense of democracy are immediately heard from the pages of all well-known newspapers, from television screens, in electronic media, and in international organizations. At the same time (apparently out of modesty), the State Department for some reason does not like to remember that the American law on the activities of NGOs has been developed, adopted and has been in force in the United States since 1938! Moreover, if in Azerbaijan and in Russia the activities of these organizations are checked by the prosecutor's office, in the USA the special services are engaged in this in the form of the Counter Intelligence Unit to combat espionage of the Ministry of Justice. That is, the activities of political NGOs are predetermined as representing a direct threat to the government, and at the slightest sign of such activities they will not be called to the prosecutor’s office for conversation, and the special forces of counterintelligence will level the office and the “oppositionists” themselves ... There was no American legislation regarding non-governmental organizations dealing with political issues, it is obvious that only such a very harsh reaction against political speculators justifies em yourself. But at the same time, the same American lawmakers object to the governments of other countries, urging not to interfere in the activities of the same NGOs at all. That is, in our country we recognize not only harmful, but deadly, and destroy at the root. As for other countries, let them work, and we will give money for this in billions.
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  1. Valery Neonov
    Valery Neonov 20 July 2013 06: 08
    +2
    Yes, to ban these NGOs and on the drum, about which the enti "human rights activists" will scream, both in Russia and on the part of Gayropa and the USA. yes
    1. S_mirnov
      S_mirnov 20 July 2013 14: 44
      +1
      All the fuss around NGOs is designed to divert the attention of fools from the really important events taking place in the country.
      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LM30xgnmMQk
      "
      "Russia stops production of weapons-grade plutonium. Today the last of the existing reactors of this type in the country was closed in Zheleznogorsk. It has been producing plutonium for the last half century. The closed city of Krasnoyarsk-26, later renamed Zheleznogorsk, was specially created in the USSR to serve it."

      Compared to what the official authorities are doing - NGOs are mouse fuss, harmful, but all the same mouse!

      Read more: http://www.ntv.ru/novosti/190774#ixzz2ZaJr6UUD "
      1. Reddragon
        Reddragon 20 July 2013 16: 45
        +2
        That's it! If they are so afraid of foreign interference, then why keep their accounts and property there? Why do they go there to rest and send their children to study?
        1. Troitsky
          Troitsky 21 July 2013 18: 14
          0
          Those who are afraid just do not hold! And those who do not care, or sold. just keep.
  2. vladsolo56
    vladsolo56 20 July 2013 06: 11
    +2
    They got sick of the NGO, found another horror story. Who can tell what relation NGOs had to the collapse of the USSR? yes then they simply were not. All this hype around NGOs is just shifting responsibility onto others. It looks something like this, the drunk husband claims that his wife is to blame, or the one who sells vodka, or even better, the one who produces it.
    1. vladsolo56
      vladsolo56 20 July 2013 06: 44
      0
      Those who are not smart enough to prove the opposite, he puts a minus, does not understand with his little mind that minus is stupidity and nothing more.
      1. Ruslan67
        Ruslan67 20 July 2013 07: 12
        +3
        Quote: vladsolo56
        Whoever is not smart enough to prove the opposite, puts a minus,

        And you are a colleague, take this cold-bloodedly bully All their activities affect life in Russia in much the same way as a minus here on your salary wassat hi
        1. vladsolo56
          vladsolo56 20 July 2013 07: 19
          +1
          that's how I feel about it
          1. Ruslan67
            Ruslan67 20 July 2013 07: 24
            +1
            Quote: vladsolo56
            that's how I feel about it

            Otherwise, this is impossible request
      2. Sirocco
        Sirocco 20 July 2013 12: 11
        +3
        Quote: vladsolo56
        Who's not smart enough to prove otherwise

        How would you simply explain about NGOs. I understand it approximately this way. This is tantamount to trying to establish order in your family, a neighbor, your wife's lover, (or any passer-by who, to the best of his education, upbringing, believes that you do not know how or lead a family life incorrectly) who would help your children financially, and in a word, How do you like this alignment with NGOs? Something like this. hi
        1. vladsolo56
          vladsolo56 20 July 2013 13: 13
          -2
          If according to the law I can send this passerby, then what can hinder me, if the law forbids me to do this, then probably I will not fight with the passer-by and his stupid advice, but with the law. Normal laws in a normal country should not forbid me to protect my home and my family, but just encourage me. This is my thought if you do not understand. Why don't I need laws that do not protect me, or rather do not allow me to defend myself? So can you explain to me why the authorities have no desire to adopt such laws?
      3. andrejwz
        andrejwz 20 July 2013 13: 31
        +3
        Quote: vladsolo56
        that minus is stupidity and nothing more

        No more stupid than your previous sentence.
    2. Genry
      Genry 20 July 2013 11: 45
      +2
      1st. NGOs are those structures that emerged from the underground, under the guise of democracy, which were engaged in creating public opinion for the collapse of the USSR (the roots are known).
      2nd. Judging by how zealously you defended NGOs, this question is clearly thought out and justified. Apparently you are directly related to them.
      3rd. In the collapse of the USSR, who do you want to blame the drunkard, his wife, or ... (according to your text)?
      1. Sirocco
        Sirocco 20 July 2013 12: 29
        +2
        Henry, your three points don't even have anything to add. good
      2. vladsolo56
        vladsolo56 20 July 2013 13: 20
        0
        Do you carefully read what I write? You don’t understand that if an NGO is illegal, then their authorities should simply close down and bring their leaders to justice. If it's legal, then why are you so excited. You probably have a mania about NGOs, and you see an enemy in everyone. By the way, I don't give a damn about NGOs, I don't know at all what it is and who it is? I am not interested in their activities and their problems. I am more outraged by the fact that the authorities pass their blunders and inaction on the people in this way. What prevents the authorities from simply shutting down all these NGOs? If they do not cover up to know there is no desire, then why are you making claims to me? Show their power, but it’s not easier for you to find an enemy among your own. The same government is to blame for the collapse of the USSR, unable to think or do anything useful for the country. Today it is no better than at the time of the collapse of the USSR.
    3. user
      user 20 July 2013 23: 07
      +1
      Interestingly, and what relation has Boner, she is also the wife of ALKASH. For the dull, I explain this to Sakharov's wife. If at least one of his projects were adopted, well, let's say the constitution in its edition, then Russia would have long ago collapsed into 40 or 50 parts of the commercials. Whoever doubts can find it on the Internet, well, read it
  3. waisson
    waisson 20 July 2013 06: 23
    +2
    first they destroyed the USSR and a number of European states staged a series of orange revolutions in neighboring states, then they impose their democracy by force, violating international laws, this is the hydra that sits in the Americans. and they break out in their region, they don't need leaders, they distablize the situation, they have grown accustomed to seeing themselves as leaders. and I will be glad when I see them in the ass
    1. dustycat
      dustycat 20 July 2013 11: 13
      +1
      The USSR was destroyed by the political elite of the USSR.
      With such leaders of the USSR, there was no need for enemies.
      The fact that NGOs have nothing to do with the collapse of the USSR - remember where all the dissidents of the USSR ended up after the 1991 tricolor revolution - is out of business.
      1. vladsolo56
        vladsolo56 20 July 2013 13: 22
        -2
        NGOs are not governmental organizations, you must admit that if senior officials of the government actively participated in the collapse of the USSR, then you cannot call them non-governmental
        1. smile
          smile 20 July 2013 18: 00
          +1
          vladsolo56
          There is such a concept "agent of influence". For example, the same Yakovlev. What is he?
      2. smile
        smile 20 July 2013 17: 58
        +3
        dustycat
        Where did you get this, what's not in business? They continued to work against their own people. Do you know who Alekseeva is? They used to fight against communist tyranny, now against Putin's authoritarianism. Who organized and led all these swamp performances? Ivan Fyodorovich Kruzenshtern? ... The same NGOs.
        I have read many times in the Lithuanian press interviews of their leaders, who formed the backbone of the active movement for "independence". They do not hide but are proud and gladly tell stories. how they were supervised by the secret services of our potential friends. In detail, and such were everywhere and in all republics. And this, coupled with the decay of the top, caused the decay. Without them, the collapse of the country would not have happened.
        And now the situation is the same. It's just that in their rhetoric they changed the party apparatchiks to officials, and the communist regime to Putin's. Nothing else has changed. And it is dangerous to close your eyes to it. Moreover, it is simply disastrous.
  4. Valery Neonov
    Valery Neonov 20 July 2013 07: 12
    +3
    Quote: vladsolo56
    ... Who can tell what relation NGOs had to the collapse of the USSR? yes then they simply were not. All this hype around NGOs is just shifting responsibility onto others.

    I didn't put a minus on you, but excuse me! - So after all, the hunchback is the first NGO on the territory of the USSR. Now NGOs, of course, in my opinion, are not terrible for adults aged 35 and older, these "formations" are dangerous in the first place turn for young people ... the brains litter for the sake of forces hostile to Russia. hi
    1. Ruslan67
      Ruslan67 20 July 2013 07: 28
      +4
      Quote: Valery Neonov
      in my opinion, it is not scary for adults 35 and older,

      Depends on the presence of brains fool
      Quote: Valery Neonov
      dangerous in the first place for young people.

      For some reason, my 24-year-old daughter does not suffer from this request Maybe dad was not full?
    2. vladsolo56
      vladsolo56 20 July 2013 07: 29
      0
      Gorbachev is not an NGO, this is the power, and it is at least stupid to blame one person for all the blame, neither Gorbachev nor anyone else were the sole decision-makers. As for young people, I personally got tired of repeating why the authorities do nothing to educate the younger generation. In fact, our power deeply does not care about them. Who's stopping the creation of the same propaganda machine, or even better? but it is much easier to prohibit, or even better to make the image of the enemy. But then it turns out that only the older generation comes across this image of the enemy, and the youth is just the opposite. Let's analyze our media, what do we see? quite often there is food on all channels, health in the form of a show, well, bastard, they teach to laugh at something that is not even funny. The state, the authorities only know how to shout about the harmful NGOs financed by the West, at the same time it has sold and is selling the remnants of the national economy to the same West. So what's the difference between one and the other. And none of this is just a struggle for power, nothing more, it has nothing to do with you and me. In fact
  5. MIKHAN
    MIKHAN 20 July 2013 07: 32
    +4
    Remembering the 80s 90s Such a sad thought came .. In our heads all this NGO was sitting .. And they threw us naive and trusting (People of the USSR) to the fullest .. Now we scratch our heads and collect stones .. These are the things. .Now our children are already powdering their brains .. This is the worst thing and they are picking at them specifically there .. alas repeat
  6. Grenz
    Grenz 20 July 2013 07: 43
    +5
    The United States has adopted a new strategy of "controlled chaos" with regard to the world community and NGOs here, as before, are the main weapon. At one time, the strategy of managing the world on the brink of war was applied, and then NGOs played their subversive role. It is simply impossible not to understand this, and if someone is not worried about this EXPRESS problem, then the conclusion suggests itself.
    For example, today's political screeching around Navalny. The reaction of the US State Department: “Violation of rights ... well, and the subsequent enumeration of violated“ democratic values. ”Is it such a joy for Navalny to receive such protection and assistance? But just a huge amount of money has been invested in him, including through NGOs. Graduated from the American University (a hotbed of Russophobia), defended his diploma on the topic: "Nonviolent change of power in Tunisia", put it into practice and is now released into the free float in the fight against Russia.
    But his activities are strictly controlled and directed by a dozen NGOs that provide him with legal, informational support and financial support. It is known how much he received for the swamp.
    Not to understand the simple fact that even in the midst of a severe crisis, funding for NGOs is not stopped, but is growing, it means not to understand that NGOs are HARDEST WEAPONS OF MASS DAMAGE since it destroys the nationally oriented gene pool of the state, including it in vassal dependence on the world elite. Then on Khokamada: "Russia should be assigned the role of a supplier of mineral raw materials and a repository of radioactive waste." WHAT DO WE WANT THIS? I PERSONALLY I CAN DETERMINE HOW IT IS BETTER FOR ME TO LIVE, YES AND MY COMRADES ALSO !!!
  7. Valery Neonov
    Valery Neonov 20 July 2013 07: 48
    +2
    Quote: vladsolo56
    Gorbachev is not an NGO, this is the power, and even more so to blame one person is at least stupid, neither Gorbachev,

    Dear, do not accuse fools who disagree with you so often. This is at least an expression of disrespect for the interlocutor, albeit a virtual one!
    Quote: vladsolo56
    neither Gorbachev nor anyone else were the sole decision makers.

    So it is natural that not one: "
    Here, like a piano from the bushes, suddenly rolled out "Revelation from Chubais", made back in 2001, but hidden by his apostles. With "pain in his heart" he admitted that "Gaidar's reforms" pursued a single goal - the destruction of communism. For the sake of this "noble" goal, the young reformers went on to deliberately destroy the economy. The reader is given a simple idea: they say, of course, Gaidar and Chubais knew perfectly well how to build prosperous capitalism in Russia, but they had another task - from above. And now, when the task is completed, the surviving soldiers of that "battle with the Evil Empire" are ready to repeat the reform of the 90s - already with a happy outcome." hi
    If you wish, see http://zapravdu.ru/content/view/262/79/
    1. vladsolo56
      vladsolo56 20 July 2013 08: 13
      -1
      Did I claim that someone who disagrees with me is already a fool? I just expressed the opinion that the one who has nothing to oppose except for the minuses is a fool. And the one who has something to say, I’m ready to argue with that, but on the facts, of course.
      1. knn54
        knn54 20 July 2013 09: 25
        +2
        Vladimir, let's look more broadly. Pharmaceutical corporations, for example, also have NGOs. Left MANDATORY vaccinations for CHILDREN. Yes, and new dubious drugs are tested on us at first. If you dig, there are such NGOs in other areas. Only, unfortunately, they do not write about them, and they call them names differently, but the essence and purpose is the same.
        I think THIS topic is worthy of discussion.
        1. dustycat
          dustycat 20 July 2013 11: 15
          +1
          And this NGO is called corruption.
        2. vladsolo56
          vladsolo56 20 July 2013 13: 25
          +1
          I agree with you, but here is the question that constantly torments me, why the authorities do not take action, why most of them point a finger at who finances the NGO. It is even disgusting to hear about it from the lips of those who do not hesitate to sell to the West everything that our ancestors created.
  8. Corsair5912
    Corsair5912 20 July 2013 10: 33
    +6
    Until the 70s, active work was conducted in the USSR to suppress enemy propaganda and our enemies had no chance of victory in the information war.
    In the 70s, the activities of the USSR special services to suppress enemy propaganda and prevent terrorism were significantly limited in connection with the so-called Helsinki agreements based on outright lies about "human rights" allegedly existing in capitalist countries and on double standards of the West.
    The volume of foreign trade of the USSR increased, and along with imported goods, a dirty stream of anti-Soviet propaganda flowed into the USSR, terrorists, hijackers, farcers, shadow workers and other rot appeared. What it turned out for the USSR everyone knows.
    NGO is a continuation of the enemy operation against Russia, using other methods, under the guise of "charity".
    1. vladsolo56
      vladsolo56 20 July 2013 13: 31
      0
      Everything is correct, with the exception of one who prevented our party bosses from organizing, for example, the production of consumer goods of good quality and a normal range. With all the enormous advantages of the socialist economy, all that was necessary was to be smart about the needs of the population. Despite the fact that everything would have paid off a thousandfold by respect for the authorities and work for the good of the country.
  9. Mozart
    Mozart 20 July 2013 15: 08
    -7
    Where is this billion dollars that allegedly went to finance NGOs? Where is the evidence, at least one? Where is the evidence of the subversive activities of these NGOs, at least one? Do not be so naive, the authorities are holding the people for fools. Although, even judging by this thread, they are partly right .. Watch the news on Channel One less and think more with your head.
    1. user
      user 20 July 2013 23: 11
      +1
      Well, at least who financed the arrival of the dissenters and their march. Just don't refer to anonymous sponsors, let's say you can't beg for snow from Deripaska in winter.
  10. georg737577
    georg737577 20 July 2013 16: 59
    0
    Non-governmental organizations have the right to exist in any country - otherwise (imagine if ALL organizations in the country are governmental) this is totalitarianism, and you need to flee from such a country ... Another question is what and how does a particular NGO do? And here the legislation of the country should already work!
  11. Van
    Van 20 July 2013 18: 51
    +2
    At the same time (apparently out of modesty) the State Department for some reason does not like to remember that the American law on the activities of NGOs has been developed, adopted and has been operating in the United States since 1938! Moreover, if in Azerbaijan and Russia the activities of these organizations are checked by the prosecutor's office, then in the United States this is done by a special service in the form of the Counterintelligence Unit for Combating Espionage of the Ministry of Justice. That is, the activities of political NGOs are predetermined as posing a direct threat to the state structure, and at the slightest signs of such activity they will not be summoned to the prosecutor's office for a conversation, and the counterintelligence special forces will raze the office and the "oppositionists" themselves ...

    Why not introduce the same methods in Russia, otherwise it’s not just how it turns out. fellow
  12. Alexanderlaskov
    Alexanderlaskov 20 July 2013 19: 00
    +3
    Much became clear about NGOs. Thank. Very interesting.
    People who are in NGOs give money for the sake of money, poison their country, and with it themselves.
    1. Sea snake
      Sea snake 20 July 2013 19: 50
      +3
      Quote: Alexanderlaskov
      People who are in NGOs give money for the sake of money, poison their country, and with it themselves.

      Surely many of these people are already in the Duma, in the government ... a purge is needed ... one cannot do without a "firm hand". smile ... bolder!

  13. Sea snake
    Sea snake 20 July 2013 19: 36
    +3
    Friends, so as not to argue in vain with each other, follow the link, there are many interesting things and written in quite understandable language ---
    http://cyberleninka.ru/article/n/nepravitelstvennye-organizatsii-npo-kak-institu
    t-razvitiya-i-pereustroystva-mira


    As for me, the very idea of ​​creating various NGOs is excellent ... as an assistant to the authorities, and in some moments as a limiter of the authorities' "quirks". BUT!!! I think that this good idea is not feasible, because. while the idea of ​​superiority over others prevails among some aggressive states (you know them), there is no need to talk about the good intentions of NGOs (albeit not all).
    The task of such organizations is obvious - to cause discord, sow chaos, and ultimately undermine the sovereignty of the state.
    All this "idea" with NGOs and with liberal models of state organization is more reminiscent of the attempts of certain financial circles to ultimately (as a goal) bring the world under one denominator, i.e. to the world government.
    But this is my opinion ... I do not impose on anyone. hi
  14. Zomanus
    Zomanus 20 July 2013 19: 45
    0
    Well, in general, nothing new has been discovered. Oppas are certainly needed. Just not at the level of "it's time to bring down" and "down with the regime". Here Navalny with his "Rospil" was generally superb. But further is not very much. Then constructive criticism is needed, with suggestions on how to do better. It is necessary to clarify how the laws work in real life, and not in the Duma. Unfortunately, I have not seen such opposition yet. I do not mean the party in the State Duma.
  15. Alexanderlaskov
    Alexanderlaskov 20 July 2013 21: 11
    +2
    In the country, as in the family, there must be a unanimous opinion on all issues. And NGOs do what their sponsors want. They are not paid money for pretty eyes.
  16. Alexanderlaskov
    Alexanderlaskov 20 July 2013 21: 31
    +2
    Quote: Sea Snake
    Quote: Alexanderlaskov
    People who are in NGOs give money for the sake of money, poison their country, and with it themselves.

    Surely many of these people are already in the Duma, in the government ... a purge is needed ... one cannot do without a "firm hand". smile ... bolder!


    The authorities need to arrange surveillance of the officials. To keep an eye on thieves and traitors. And then clean the rows. We will be fine.
  17. Alexanderlaskov
    Alexanderlaskov 20 July 2013 21: 37
    +1
    Terrify enemies.
  18. Odysseus
    Odysseus 21 July 2013 01: 54
    0
    This article is either a childish naivety or a very inept propaganda of the Turkish government.
    Horses, people are mingled here ... Kyrgyzstan and Turkey, NGOs and the State Department, youth and democracy.
    In fact, NGOs are created for a wide variety of purposes by a wide variety of people. specific NGOs. And speaking about the situation in a country in which NGOs operate, one should proceed from the social system in this country, what are the social contradictions and social forces, and from how these social forces use specific NGOs.
    This is not to mention that the author (if he is not a manipulator) must express its ideological position. Based on what views he assesses this or that NGO.
    The funniest thing is, of course, the assertion that the protests against Erdogan by one of the main executors of the bloody war against Syria, the president of the loyal US satellite Turkey, were organized by the "omnipresent State Department."
    According to the author's logic, it turns out that the State Department is heroically fighting against itself with the help of "terrible and mysterious" NGOs
    Truly a thief screams loudest, hold a thief smile
  19. slaventi
    slaventi 21 July 2013 03: 36
    +1
    NGOs, NGOs, among other things, are part of the colony management system, structural subdivisions of the US State Department and its allies. By the way, they still write laws in our country, and the State Duma then passes them. The GOLOS Association recently admitted this. the line of those involved in political activity. It would not hurt us either.
  20. Volodya Sibiryak
    Volodya Sibiryak 21 July 2013 05: 53
    +2
    The figures for Kyrgyzstan are frightening - one NGO for 300-400 people! There is something to think about ...