But it's so simple - he gave information, told him the state of affairs compared with the situation of the same affairs with his neighbors. And everything will immediately become clear.
But neither the ministers nor the “independent journalists” of this simple thing do what makes you think about their competence, conscience and even the mind.
In early July, the Deputy Minister of Labor and Social Protection, Alexei Vovchenko, talking about the demographic situation in Russia, said a few facts that all “independent media outlets” happily quoted. Virtually no comment.
Why? Because, by itself, the information of the Deputy Minister of Labor and Social Protection fits perfectly into the concept of “everything is lost”, so beloved by “independent journalists”. But if you comment on it, if you compare it, then all its “charm” can disappear and pour another portion of the negative into the head of the Russian population.
So what was it about?
"The latest statistics show that every eighth Russian, as of today, is older than 65 years, reports RIA"News". “Now the urgent problem that awaits us is that today we have 13% of Russians older than 65 years - the population is aging,” said Deputy Minister of Labor and Social Protection Alexei Vovchenko. He added that according to international criteria, a country's population is considered old if the proportion of people at 65 age and older exceeds 7%. “The number of people older than working age in Russia has been constantly growing since 2006, and by the beginning of 2012, 32,4 made up a million people, or 22,7% of the total population. The number of persons older than working age today is 8,9 million people more than the number of persons younger than working age, "said Vovchenko."
“According to Rosstat’s moderate forecast, the working-age population in Russia from 2015 to 2017 will decrease by 1 a million people a year. According to the optimistic forecast, a strong decline will be observed from 2015 to 2016, and by 2031, the working-age population will be 80,5 million people. ” http://www.opentown.org/news/20353/
What will understand the ordinary citizen of Russia, whom the “independent media” will gladly acquaint with the words of the Deputy Minister of Labor and Social Protection, Alexei Vovchenko.
Darkness. Soon, only pensioners, grannies and grandparents will live in our country. It is clear that a country in which “some old people live” has no future.
What conclusions will make a citizen of Russia from this information? Only negative - again, everything is bad, and in the very head of the field - demography. Constant injection of the negative can give up to the most mentally stable person. Is it not because of this that the “independent media” will always gladly tell such information, but rarely, with difficulty and with difficulty will they say something positive:
Let's do something that the Deputy Minister of Labor and Social Protection, Alexey Vovchenko, and the crowd of “independent journalists” cannot think of with his own mind.
Let's compare the data that was voiced. With the data of those countries, which all time decided to rely.
So, we are told that today we have 13% Russians over 65 years.
And what about “civilized countries”?
Reading Expert magazine No. 26 (857) (1-7 in July 2013), in an article on a completely different subject — macroeconomics — we read:
"For comparison: in Japan older than 65 years - 25% of the population, in the USA - 14%, in China - about 10%".
Now we will do the final work for the “deputy minister” and “independent journalists” - we will show them how to properly and honestly present this information:
“A serious problem for Russia is the aging population, today 13% of Russians are older than 65 years. For comparison: in Japan 65 is older than 25% of the population in the United States, 14% in the United States, and about 10% in China. ”
Now everything is clear, everything is honest. But the terrible negativity does not work then, is it?
In passing, we note that according to the information from the same article of the “Expert”, by 2032, the population of Japan will decrease by 20 million. This immediately - to the question of the potential reduction of the population.
Summarize. We must understand that neither the liberal deputy minister, nor the “independent journalists” will ever tell us.
The Great Fatherland Party (PVO) and the Trade Union of Russian Citizens (PGR), together with our colleagues from other social movements, are actively developing and promoting the idea of the Russian Billion as a potential national idea of our country.
As a postscript video of our colleague, mother of four children Irina Volynets.