But it was the word “symbol” that first came to my mind when I heard about the next murder of a Russian person by a completely alien man in Biryulyovo. After all, Sviridov, who was killed in 2010-m, and Shcherbakov, stabbed to death several days ago, was called Yegor. No, there are no “simple coincidences” in this world! Convinced throughout not the easiest of his life. Therefore, it is a sign. But rather, even a reminder. A reminder to all of us, the Russian people, about the misfortune that has long been surrounding us.
I, as a person who rarely turns on the TV, and on weekends trying to stay at the computer for a long time (I’ve got more than enough working days), learned about the people's rebellion in Biryulyovo. And the first thing that caught my eye was that even the central media did not call the Russian people, who had defended their own defense, “Nazis”, “xenophobes”, “extremists”, etc., “pleasant” words of non-Russian origin. It was a little surprised that even the authorities, whose “riot police” dogs shabbypled in the face from the inhabitants of the workers' outskirts, acknowledged that it was the People’s Congress that took place! True, there have been attempts to invent some “instigators-nationalists”, but the further Sunday is memorable, the fewer these attempts are.
And could it be otherwise! Indeed, unlike December 2010, when, for the most part, strong young guys came to Manezhka (although, in my deepest conviction, Manezhka is in its purest form a splash of popular anger, not “nationalist action”), in Biryulevo poured into the streets the entire population of the suburbs. Among the people who came to demand a response from the authorities were women and children. Well, how do you call the latter “Nazis” or write down into the ranks of “skinheads” (I’ll deliberately avoid the English word skinhead, because we are talking about Russians) ?! - Well, there was a certain former head of the “Movement Against Illegal Immigration” Alexander “Belov”, whose real name Potkin, although it has a Russian ending, does not sound like ours at all. Thank God, none of the “borzopistsev” was smart enough to attribute the gathering of the people to him. On the contrary, he came there only to be forgotten about him as “about the fighter for the rights of his people”.
In addition, some guys in December 2010-th who visited Manezhke, managed to participate in the quality of guests and in different programs. There they told that they were hiding people because they worked in public service or in good positions in private organizations. In Biryulyovo, almost everyone who went outside, for the most part, are simple hard workers. In short, it was the people who gathered, not “right-wing extremists.” The authorities made this conclusion correctly.
However, I am ready to beat my mortgage (and, God, how I want to be mistaken now!) That she, as always, either does not make any other conclusions, or does not want to do so. To begin with, those in power once again will not think about what makes a simple Russian person hate these ... How should I put it so softly that the rules of the site do not break? .. Foreigners, lo!
And really, what?
My acquaintance with "them"
As they say, starting from yourself. My acquaintance with foreigners can be called late. No, no, of course, even in my childhood I knew about the existence of Uzbeks, Kyrgyz, Tajiks, Avars, Kumyks, Adygs, Chechens, etc. Especially since I found the USSR, where, as you know, there was “friendship of peoples Union of Labor”. By the way, without a shadow of ridicule. But in the northern city, where I grew up and at school, where I studied, there were no foreigners. Chilly for them in my little homeland. For all three parallel classes (and this is about 90 people), there is only one Tatar, who cannot be written down in foreigners (by putting a certain meaning in this word). Immediately make a reservation in advance - to the Tatars (except for the Crimean who committed outright betrayal to the Great Patriotic War) there are no complaints and cannot be.
For the first time I had a chance to get in touch with the “peculiarities of the character” of the inhabitants of the Caucasus and Central Asia only in the 17 years when I entered a military school. And then it all started. I admit honestly, one by one some of them behaved quite decently, but as soon as they gathered in a pack ... Namely, flocks of aliens kept themselves, especially in their own time.
I will not cover much here on the topic of the refusal of non-Russian cadets from hozrabot. I think everyone who has managed to wear a uniform knows about it firsthand. Well, how do you like that a good half of foreigners who came to the school with sergeant shoulder straps on their shoulders (and consequently, who occupied the posts of section commanders and castle enthrones), turned out to be shoulder straps? - Ie The mentioned "sergeants" never served in the army. I still remember what kind of laughter caused the inability of one of them to sew stitches to shoulder straps. Imagine, even sew on the tabs! ..
Laughter was short-lived. In particular, for the guys who got into the platoon in which this arrogant idiot was appointed deputy commander (I was lucky in this sense). His (and he scored six “eagles” in his platoon of men) this “sergeant” tried to never put on heavy clothes, and sent them to the “elders” for cleaning snow, dripping trenches and the like. In other words, the overseers of the Russian guys.
The most "fun" that happened all this in 1995-1996. - at the height of the 1 of the Chechen war. The question arises: for whom prepared such command personnel?
However, the school was not destined to turn me into a nationalist. Yes, the first acquaintance with the inhabitants of the mountains was not pleasant, but it did not inspire hatred in my soul. It was just a reason to think.
It so happened that a few years later, fate brought me to Moscow, where the donkey. I had to start from the bottom, and therefore the “interethnic relations” with the natives of the mountain villages and villages of Central Asia, willy-nilly, was forced to maintain.
Many of my compatriots love to say: “Every nation has enough of its rubbish. But there are good people everywhere. ” That's right, very correctly said in relation to Caucasians, "there are good people." Understand follows: "Sometimes they come across." But I know from my own experience: if you, the Russian, are engaged with some of the “bad” foreigners, and the “good” who know you (and with them you could sit at the table, work side by side) will not accept your side and the side of their own. This is because deceiving, robbing and even slaughtering a Russian for them is not at all a sin. And to achieve the favor of a Russian girl, or even to take her by force, in their concepts is considered almost dignity.
God pardoned me from their knives, and when it came to fists, pardoned me from loneliness. There was always someone else beside the Russian, and, as we know, the main rule of foreigners: "Seven Caucasians are not afraid of one Russian." That is, if there are at least two of us Russians, we can stand back-to-back, they will still think whether to attack at all.
I have no doubt that any Russian boy or girl who also often had to communicate with foreigners, the impressions are not very different from mine. Anyone who encountered the same Dagestanis, Chechens, Azeris, Kyrgyz or Tajiks, experienced their rudeness, arrogance and, at the same time, limitations and cowardice.
Then I recall the words of Putin, said shortly after the events at Manezhka. He argued that all the guys from the Caucasus who called the editor of a program said they were ready to die for Russia. Like, what kind of good fellows ... I agree with him, they are ready to die for Russia ... WITHOUT RUSSIANS !!!
And now let's ask ourselves and honestly answer ourselves. Is “our” power ready to understand us and take our side in this matter? - Yes, never. Therefore, she will not make one conclusion.
Does Moscow need "labor migrants"?
Yesterday I read the “revelations” of Peter Shkumatov in Gazeta.ru. Citizen Shkumatov proves that the Russians (and, above all, Muscovites) without the “dear guests” from Tajikistan-Kyrgyzstan will no longer be able to live carelessly (there will be no one to rent their apartments) and will drown in the mud.
This is where he, interestingly, found the "carefree Muscovites", I would like to ask? - On the ruble, probably ... As a person who lived in the provinces and in the capital, I know what I am saying, and I am ready to answer for my words: yes, in the capital, earnings are higher, but services are more expensive. And besides this, it’s not just fifteen minutes on foot or five minutes before work — on a bus, like in the provinces, but for a whole hour (and to someone — a half) And your happiness, if the metro with its crush is your only transport. And if we also take into account that the subway has been working at all lately, not like a clock, then some nerves and feelings from having time to work or be late are worth a lot!
Shkumatov writes that, allegedly, a third of the population of Moscow may not work, but live, renting apartments, from the grandparents left. Well, is it nonsense? - Where did he get such information ?! Yes, if a third of Muscovites could not afford to work, then there would be no such “traffic jams”, no crowding in the mornings and evenings in the subway. About this valiant defender of foreigners somehow did not think.
Well, and if anyone had an empty flat from her grandmother, then only the most desperate are ready to hand it in to people from the Caucasus or Central Asia. Shkumatov, in general, read the announcement of the delivery of apartments. Yes, in half of them it is written in black and white: “Not the Caucasus!” The question of Central Asia is not even raised.
Since these lines, for sure, will be read not only by residents of the capital, I will explain why. Imagine you have an apartment empty in the "Khrushchev". Well, lucky, as they say. Looking ahead, I warn you, the money (in general, rather big ones) from its surrender to life (especially if you are a family man) in Moscow is not enough for you. This is the only way - some support in case it becomes unbearable at work, you get sick, you never know what else. You decide to surrender it to the Uzbeks (they are the most peaceful of the Asians, at least). For a start, expect that in your one or two rooms, not two or three will move in, but ten people. When you stop donating, you can be sure that a major overhaul is required. Electricity and water (and in Moscow in almost all houses water consumption is paid by the meter), as you might guess, they will not save. And they can also flood the neighbors below. Reimburse losses, of course, you too. In short, do not believe Shkumatov, you will not allow the rented apartment to have breakfast in the Jean-Jacques restaurant (by the way, for more than 10 years in Moscow, I don’t know what kind of restaurant).
I will debunk his second statement that the Russians (and Muscovites for sure) will not go "to rake up the garbage or to knock out the check at the cash desk." Come on! That's just ... you don't have to pay 16 thousand in the first case and not 20 - in the second. So is it bad? In other words, with the departure of foreigners, the salaries of the Russian people will rise. The main thing is not to agree to go to those pennies for which the Tajiks (or Kirghiz) were ready to plow day and night. And the employer will not go anywhere - WILL PAY !!! And that he can pay, do not hesitate.
I already touched on this topic in my article “How I see Russia ready for war.” The employer must be taught, finally to the idea that, like any thing, good work is not cheap. And that cheap labor in Russia is IMPOSSIBLE by definition. At least because of our cold climate. If winter boots (capable of withstanding 1-2 winters) cost 5-6 thousand rubles in Moscow, and the rent is still 4-5, then the salary should be no less than 50. For, in addition to boots, a person must still buy at least a jacket and pants, and eating does not interfere with eating for a month.
Yes, here are two examples. The first. In 2010, for work, I had to communicate with the manager of the business center, who, unlike many of his own kind, did not hire either Tajiks, Kyrgyz or Caucasians. So, the Russian people (Muscovites!) Also worked as scavengers for him and received 40 000 rubles / month. We must assume that the same electricians and plumbers, i.e. skilled workers were getting more. But it was, I repeat, 2010, when prices and, accordingly, salaries were lower. Read! Read those who left angry reviews about my article "What I see Russia, ready for war", outraged by my offer to pay 50 thousand to loaders.
The second example. In the morning (after the Biryuli people's revolt) I went to the store near my house and was very surprised to see a non-Kyrgyz at the checkout, who had been sitting there for half a year and always alone at that time, and two Russian cashiers. Carefully asked them how long they would work and how much they would pay, and found out that, yes, this was their first shift, and they would pay 30 000. Whereas earlier in the store hung an advertisement that requires a cashier, and the salary promised 22 000.
The Jew Eidelstein expressed a very clever idea on this point (it is not clear how Zhirinovsky, who has stuck his first mother’s husband’s name to himself, whom he didn’t find in this world). He offered to get rid of “labor migrants” in three years.
We all understand that Eidelstein is not going to achieve this at all, he just found a convenient way to remind himself once again. But the thought itself is not bad.
In short, NO RUSSIA NEEDS, and even economically harmful. And the power will make the same conclusion? - I strongly doubt it. Rather, as before, will remain on the side of the bourgeois. The latter, as is known, the presence of foreigners in Russia provides fabulous profits (including at the expense of low wages).
Well, after that, in general, “the circus burned down, and the clowns fled.” On Sunday, October 13 2013, in Biryulyovo a riot caused by the killing of a Russian by a foreigner, and on Tuesday, October 15, in Moscow, as if nothing had happened, Kurban-bairam was celebrated.
At that time, the simplest and most reasonable step on the part of the authorities would be to ban this celebration. A whole Monday for this was! But no, the authorities chose to relieve the head of the Biryulevo Zapadnoye police department from their posts. For whom was this a lesson, except the police officer himself?
It's quite another thing to ban one of the most respected Muslim holidays (at least only this time, in 2013), explaining that this is the punishment, first of all, of the heads of foreigners' diasporas for not being able to keep wards in check.
Moreover, the conditions for such a decision were prepared. Already in the morning, representatives of many diasporas (not ordinary) have posted repentance messages in the media. Like, we understand everything, and do not even condemn the Russians, who have taken up the dubyu (still would have condemned!). Well, God himself ordered to make such a continuation: once you understand, you will receive a well-deserved punishment. And they, after these repentances (by the way, I believe that for the most part sincere) already had nothing to hide.
By the way, in some letters of repentance, representatives of diasporas themselves offered this kind of punishment. For example, the forced return of Asians who committed the slightest violations (far from crimes) back home, and the same thing with regard to Caucasians, despite the fact that the latter are citizens of Russia. In the event of violations, they were asked to close their departure from the limits of their national education (Chechnya, Dagestan, Ingushetia, etc.). Sin was not to take advantage of such a case!
But ... The power did not go to it, it didn’t even give a hint to scare. In general, she did not make any conclusion here initially.
I am silent about other possible conclusions, such as:
1) Refusal to call the same Caucasians to the army (at least in combat units, let alone if called up, so that the Dagestani had 1 Russian 10, so that no “I won't wash-sweep” and it wasn’t close, on the contrary break their "pride", which is really arrogance);
2) Try not to take them to military schools (and you can do it on a completely legal basis, just make you honestly pass the exam, well, they will not pass);
3) In no case do not take on the service in the Ministry of Internal Affairs (and they should not even dream of the FSB and SVR);
4) In relation to Asians - to prohibit buying land in Russia, housing, having their own business, in general, completely cut off the possibility of obtaining our citizenship.
But let's not abuse “antiscientific fiction”, as it did in its previous articles ... Power will not do it ...
And what about the Russian people? - And the people in the face of the inhabitants of Biryulyovo did the only right way. He himself rose to his defense. And will get up again and again. Well, what would you do if riot police and police appear only to disperse their own people? - When one 7-8 aliens are already kicking Russian on the ground, of course, there will not be a single policeman around ...