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"This is us from Kronstadt!"

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"This is us from Kronstadt!"

Last summer, the authorities of the legendary Russian fortress city in the Gulf of Finland decided on a unique socio-economic experiment - they replaced all the migrant janitors with their countrymen.


Strangers do not go here

Administratively, the island of Kotlin, on which stands the fortress city of Kronstadt, is an ordinary district of St. Petersburg. In reality, Kronstadt is a different epoch, a different lifestyle, other people. As a rule, the naval technical intelligentsia, officers, whole naval dynasties and military retirees. Our guide, an employee of the local housing and communal services, is also from the military - you can not even ask, can be seen from the bearing Explains the correspondents of "KP", accustomed to the Moscow struggle for survival on asphalt:

- See, he misses us in advance. He has a disturbance on the right. So what if he drove up to the crossroads earlier? He misses, so it’s customary to drive. You know, sometimes this politeness is even annoying if you are in a hurry ... but you have to be polite. Everyone knows each other!

Until 1996, Kronstadt was a closed city. Tourists, of course, were allowed in, and alien visitors without a purpose were turned back - naval patrols were on duty at the pier where the ships were resorting. Before the construction of the dam, Kronstadt had no land connection with the land, and this fact left a serious imprint on the mentality of the indigenous islanders. And Kronstadt has always been famous for its zero crime rate, until a trickle from the migration flow that fills Peter, did not turn into a fortress city.

The first conflicts and problems began in the mid-2000s. The city began to be intensively developed by visitors from the so-called trading nations. They behaved with the locals ... as usual, and the city leadership, along with the command of the naval base, decided on an unprecedented step that was not advertised. Military patrols began to walk around the night Kronstadt. They no longer had the authority to detain visitors, Kronstadt became an "open city", but for some time naval it turned out to create a regime of "zero tolerance". With the help of endless document checks and "focused attention" to a certain category of citizens.

According to the stories of the townspeople, the situation has changed and got out of control in 2008, after the crisis, when in Russia for the first time felt an excess of workers. Visiting workers. The construction market froze and in places curled up into a ball, the dismissed guest workers began to absorb utilities. The process went all over the country, and the national composition of the janitors became Central Asian, with rare inclusions of indigenous people. In Kronstadt, the management company "Zhilkomservis" was responsible for cleaning the streets and courtyards, which gave this occupation to outsourcing to a certain cleaning company "Bond". The company was owned by St. Petersburg business-builders, who began to build up excess labor resources in Kronstadt. The housing problems of the visiting workforce of businessmen did not worry at all. New janitors offered to deal with housing on their own. So in Kronstadt, the first "rubber apartments" and the first squats appeared in empty buildings and even at facilities belonging to the Ministry of Defense. Families, as well as kunaks and kunak families, came to the successfully settled countrymen. The Kronstadt people, not alien to the “Soviet friendship of the peoples,” at some point just howled when they found themselves in Kronstadtbad. Especially in a city where everyone knows each other. No wonder sociopsychologists, without knowing it, discovered one of the reasons for modern migrant-phobia. It turns out that the citizens are most strained by the kaleidoscope of new and unfamiliar faces - the psyche is overloaded. And there was traditionally very little work in an isolated, 43-thousand settlement, and local ones, of course, became the weak link. Svetlana, a Kronstadt janitor with 12-year experience, tells us about those times:

- We felt a change in our attitude. Nobody spoke directly, but it was clear, happen that - ten willing will come to your place. We felt some kind of unpleasant pressure. And I can not say that Asians worked better. Just like us, there are good wipers, there are bad ones ...

It seemed that a system successfully operating throughout the country could no longer be rolled back like on a computer, but on July 1 on Twitter, the head of the district Terenty Meshcheryakov appeared on 2013, but at first nobody noticed:

“We replaced janitors at two sites of the FSU Kronstadt. Instead of migrants, Russian citizens are now working. ”


As practice has shown, finding workers for a white salary is very simple.


Broom Order

The administration of the Kronstadt district occupies its building for 130 years, once again confirming the local museenity of life. There is still no megamolls and entertainment centers in Kronstadt, there is no disgustingly modern office building. As Terenty Meshcheryakov says: “From the XIX century we stepped right into the XXI century, and the goal of our development is to preserve the past.” Peter has finally decided what to do with Kronstadt - it will be a city-museum. But it is impossible to combine a preserved European town by miracle and an eastern bazaar. We understand this, so we talk with the chapter about the wipers a little slyly, without national overtones:

- This year Kronstadt turned 310 years. Approximately 305 years Kronstadt streets cleaned Russian citizens, - says the head. - We decided not to interrupt this tradition!

However, Terenty Meshcheryakov quickly translates this pathos with a double meaning into a practical and economic plane:

- One of the problems of Kronstadt is the lack of jobs. Every morning, thousands of people leave for work in St. Petersburg. The second problem - we wanted people working in Kronstadt to spend their money here, in our stores, and not send them to other countries. There was also an economic benefit that we calculated. We are a state organization. Local, working in housing and communal services, pay taxes, we increase payments to the budget. There is also an ethical moment - in our city, people should not live in basements for 30 people. These are ethical norms of our life, and we are obliged to observe them! And how can you demand from the janitor quality work to clean the city, if he lives in such ... conditions? It is very important for us that people working in the housing and communal services do this all the time, for many years.

The chapter tells about staff turnover in housing and public utilities throughout Russia. The usual problem is if the migrant is crooked or forced to share his salary. Nobody appreciates deception, even an illegal migrant. I found a better job, I scrapped all the scoops, shovels from my plot and went to a better life or home to Uzbekistan - who knows? This, by the way, is real Kronstadt profits. To the place we commemorate the criminal background, which is inevitably created by people with a dubious legal and social status:

“I want,” says Terenty, “so that, according to tradition, our janitors could be given administrative and law-enforcement functions.” For example, they would monitor the proper parking in the courtyards, so that the ambulance could pass. So that a person is not just a chalk yard, but also responsible for the house as a whole. That, as old residents told, carried out functions of the patrol and the militiaman on point duty. To impose such duties on a migrant from Central Asia is impossible for a number of reasons ... I, myself, a native of St. Petersburg, grew up with the children of our janitor. We talk a lot about civil society, and the janitor, oddly enough, the most important element in such lower cells.

"Local do not want," or arithmetic scoop and shovels

Of course, as soon as the business of "traders in slave labor" smelled roast, the Kronstadt administration experienced all the charms of the modern information society. First, the messages left by the newly registered users began to appear on city forums: “Kronstadt is overgrown with mud!”, “Return my janitor-Uzbek!”. Some messages were written with fiction, the only fake complainers did not take into account that Kronstadt is a small city, and the Internet is now everywhere, even in some psychiatric clinics. The real “battle of witnesses” has flared up on the Web. Some shouted: “Clean! Do not lie! What house and apartment do you live in? ”But the“ commentators ”did not give up:“ We didn’t see our Russian janitor in the eyes! Laundering money! "

The screaming on the Internet caught up with the press, and then - the prosecutor's office. Prosecutors drove to the addresses indicated in numerous complaints, but found no violations there. The head of this hype reacted philosophically:

“You know, we treated this with understanding — business is business,” smiles Terenty Mescheryakov. - And the company that earned money on this probably didn’t like the fact that they refused its services. Inside utilities, not everyone was delighted with our idea; it did not suit a number of employees. I had to change both the manager and middle managers, for whom working with migrants ... Uh-uh ...

- more interesting! - I find a suitable definition.

- Yes, it is more interesting, - the head nods - Therefore, we will continue to reduce the management in the housing and utilities sector, and spend money on janitors' salaries. By the way, the noise in the press had the opposite result. Everyone learned about the experiment, and we were able to quickly staff the janitors. A woman from the Pskov region saw on TV a story about Kronstadt - they were inviting janitors, providing housing. She came to us.

- Do you give janitors housing?

- Yes, as it always was, we give janitors a room in a hostel. The apartment-type dormitory, and the janitor woman came from Kirov with the children and occupied a whole block - a separate apartment. Now we bought street vacuum cleaners. If the wipers can clean three or four areas with them, we will be happy. Let them earn more, who are against?


The street vacuum cleaner costs, as the unpretentious car. Illegal-janitor nobody will trust him.



Search for understanding

The head of Kronstadt literally kicked us out of his office "into the field." Like, go for a walk along the streets, “see for yourself how we are overgrown with mud”. We walked, talked with the janitors - local and visiting citizens of Russia. They recalled the dismissed foreigners quite kindly, but they all complained to us about the language barrier. It is impossible to work with people without understanding each other. But we did not meet citizens from the CIS on the streets. At all! The administration resettled the abandoned houses, “finding understanding from the police and the military.” “Rubber apartments” were broken up by writing out utility bills to 60 - 80 thousand rubles per month - according to the number of actually living, drawing up the corresponding acts, which were signed by the neighbors. They say they signed it with joy, seeing that the initiator of the resettlement of the “raven settlements” is power itself.

At parting, we went to look at a street vacuum cleaner. The vacuum cleaner really hit the imagination. We all played with him a little in some Kronstadt court. At the same time, the janitors' faces were like children in a water park. One of the leaders of the local housing and communal services even admitted to us that last Saturday he had worked up a whole area with this vacuum cleaner. Not by rank, but ... carried away:

- Sucks everything - cigarette butts, stones. Takes the worst enemy janitor - wet sheet. On one charge works eight hours, then for eight hours in the network.

- How many sites can be removed with such a machine?

- I would clean three - light!

Strangely enough, the vacuum cleaner turned out to be of domestic production, and in a couple of weeks of work it had no breakdowns. I looked at this miracle of technology and tried to understand why under the talk of modernization instead of buying such equipment, and domestic, impure dealers, essentially slave owners, pushed the country into the past century? How did that happen? It is very simple, and this is clearly seen in Kronstadt: while some were engaged in informational cover, voting “Russians don’t want to work,” others silently earned money on slaves. And still others tried to break this vicious circle.

By the way, Terenty Mescheryakov noticed that he was not going to stop at the janitors. He plans to continue to reduce administrative posts in the housing and utilities sector, raising salaries for janitors to such a limit, “until we have a queue of candidates”. The residents themselves will control the cleaning, using an interactive map of Kronstadt, giving their janitors points. And then ... According to the head, he has already talked to representatives of trade, catering and the owners of minibuses. I talked and "found understanding."

BTW

"Gingerbread" for janitors

What should be an employee of Kronstadt utilities.

1. Accommodation in a dormitory-small family (block type) - 1000 rubles per month, plus utilities.
2. Registration in the city of Kronstadt.
3. Employment record, official registration, experience.
4. The average janitor's salary - from 20 thousand rubles (two sites), bonuses.
5. Automation of labor and unlimited production and salary (you can clean five plots with a vacuum cleaner - clean).
6. The social importance of the profession, supported and declared by the authorities of Kronstadt: “The Janitor is the owner of the yard and the house”.

COMPETENT

Nikita Krichevsky, economist, former janitor student: "You can solve this problem in the housing and utilities sector in a month"

- This is still a special case, but I think the process will continue. Those who predict garbage collapse in our cities will be confounded. Unemployment in the Russian regions is high, there is someone to replace migrants. Especially still ten years ago we somehow managed on our own. I know this specifics perfectly - he worked as a janitor. Received 120 rubles plus 55 scholarship - could afford to fly visit a friend in the army. A friend served in Georgia, went to him four times. Renting a one-room apartment on the outskirts of Moscow then cost 50 rubles, so consider ... At the same time, the control over my work was the most severe, and was punished with a ruble. And everything was clean. And there were no vacancies for janitors!

Now migrant janitors are not the result of a shortage of workers, but a product of a corruption system. Solving the problem in housing and communal services is very simple - start mass planting and fining workers in the housing and utilities sector, and I assure you that in a month they will start taking local workers for a normal salary.
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  1. Migari
    Migari 13 November 2013 15: 33
    37
    A very clever decision, and the main thing is that it is high time to clear the cities of "garbage".
    1. Mitek
      Mitek 13 November 2013 18: 19
      15
      Hmm .. not everything is so simple. I work for a citizen. general of one plant. And I ran into the problem of personnel closely. I will not say that there is a turnover. They don't leave us themselves. There are also Gaster, but I selected and designed them personally. The main criteria are the presence of education, knowledge of Russian and the absence of an "Islamic brain". No problem for many years. At the same time, I have absolutely no business with the Russians from the Caucasus. So that's what I'm all about. The problem is not only and not so much with the guests as with the hosts.
      The stupidity and bribery of bureaucrats of all stripes, the extremely ineffective Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Federal Migration Service, the lack of a sound migration policy of external and internal. This is where the root of the problem is.
      You can take Gaster, but you can’t take as much as they take from us and you can’t take everyone in a row. And best of all, Ukrainian brothers))). Already dragged from a dozen horror engineers and workers).
      1. Jogan-xnumx
        Jogan-xnumx 13 November 2013 23: 03
        0
        Quote: Mitek
        And best of all, Ukrainian brothers))). Already dragged from a dozen horror engineers and workers).

        Ehhhh ... recourse Then there should be obscene language about Nenko ... sad
      2. artifox
        artifox 14 November 2013 10: 15
        -2
        Quote: Mitek
        . At the same time, I categorically have no business with Russians from the Caucasus

        And what? Russians from the Caucasus are not people? And if they are Russian? Oddly enough - the Stavropol Territory (for example) is also the Caucasus.
        You write nonsense - or then call a spade a spade - with whom exactly geographically you have no business.

        Well, and again, I will never believe that in the city where the plant is located there are no people willing to work. Another question is that you don't want to teach them - it's easier to take slaves. This is what I regularly see among the "managers" of factories. And you are no exception in this case
        Quote: Mitek
        And best of all, Ukrainian brothers))). Already dragged from a dozen horror engineers and workers

        And this is just the problem. The rest is nonsense.
        1. alicante11
          alicante11 14 November 2013 12: 21
          +3
          And what? Russians from the Caucasus are not people? And if they are Russian? Oddly enough - the Stavropol Territory (for example) is also the Caucasus.


          We are talking about nationalities - citizens of the Russian Federation. They must live in their national republics. At least until they reach a level of civilization that will allow us to live next to us.
    2. timer
      timer 13 November 2013 20: 14
      +5
      The solution is simple. It’s enough to remember who in the USSR worked as janitors, builders, in trade, etc., the indigenous people! And they worked for the conscience. I myself, when I was a student, worked as a janitor, and I know this job firsthand. The janitors were given housing and a normal living pay. THIS IS NECESSARY TO DO IT TODAY! And all sorts of villains of employers who pick up Gaster for pennies (or even for stew), they need to be fined! Gaster is the infection that corrodes our society, The best way to heal us from this infection, remove Gaster, coupled with liberals and shit!
      1. alone
        alone 13 November 2013 21: 30
        +2
        the solution is simple. nothing unique. several officials decided to work as they should.

        it’s only a shame. I myself am busy building civil engineering and have a good knowledge of specialties. roofer, electrician and plumber from 15-17 thousand, but a janitor from 20 thousand. I personally think this is wrong. Roofer, electrician and plumber could add a salary.
  2. Alez
    Alez 13 November 2013 15: 40
    17
    Everywhere you need a master, these people need to be raised so that they restore order at the top. Put Terenty MINISTER OF HOUSING. I am for!!!!!
    1. baltika-18
      baltika-18 13 November 2013 16: 00
      +4
      Quote: Alez
      Put Terenty MINISTER OF HOUSING. I am for!

      In the meantime, they put Misha Me, our former governor. Now the Minister of Construction and Housing and Utilities. The housing and communal services kabzdets will be final and irrevocable.
    2. tank 34
      tank 34 13 November 2013 17: 40
      +2
      I agree. There are very literate people in Kronshdat.
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    3. Orik
      Orik 13 November 2013 23: 38
      0
      You proto do not know Meshcheryakov, he has PR on PR, his personality is extremely unpleasant. http://oglaskaspb.com/people/a92
      The first question is why does he need it? Second, only two vacuum cleaners were bought on Kronstat, and the question is from whom, maybe this is the company of his wife "Smart City" ?! Thirdly, 20 thousand for two plots the salary is low for St. Petersburg, St. Petersburg residents do not go. They showed a reportage about Kronstadt, Russian immigrants from the regions get such work, they specifically showed the family that occupied the entire block, she is from the Ivanovo or Kostroma regions.
    4. Orik
      Orik 14 November 2013 00: 05
      0
      And more about the "effective" manager and politics http://www.zaks.ru/new/archive/view/14928
      Not all that glitters is gold!
      1. alicante11
        alicante11 14 November 2013 09: 23
        -1
        Dear, did you find the second link by chance on the Swamp? After I saw the "painfully familiar" RPR "Parnas". Everything became clear.
        However, given that I am not a Petersburger and I don’t know this gentleman, I will not refute anything. It’s just that if the last gangster took up his mind and does things useful to the people, this is much better than the unworthy liberalist from the housing and communal services sells guest workers.
        But specifically on this topic - the replacement of Gaster indigenous people in the janitors can you say something? Is it a PR lie, or an exaggeration? The article also indicates that the administration was persecuted on the Internet for its decisions.
        1. Orik
          Orik 14 November 2013 12: 24
          0
          Do not know then and do not think. I live in the Sosnovskoye municipal district where it ... was a deputy. He did not do anything except PR, fraud.
          1. alicante11
            alicante11 14 November 2013 17: 43
            0
            No, you answer specifically what you have against the fact that Russian people work in Kronstadt as janitors? Or are there Gaster, and the article is PR and fraud?
            I said that I do not know this person, and the question is specific.
  3. Stiletto
    Stiletto 13 November 2013 15: 41
    11
    Significantly. May God grant good luck to the Krondstadt experiment, even if it is not the only one in Russia. In Moscow, I remember, such an exemplary brigade was also created. Slowly you need to pull up to this denominator other industries - transport, construction, food industry. It doesn’t matter that vegetable depots and food depots are controlled by someone we know, and who knows who works there.
    And the trouble that people without sanitary books is there to sprinkle some Wahhabi in a bag of sugar on a snowstorm with cyanide, and we get the classic situation - time to die, but there is no time ....
    1. Vadivak
      Vadivak 13 November 2013 15: 58
      14
      Quote: ...
      the authorities of the legendary Russian fortress city in the Gulf of Finland decided on a unique socio-economic experiment - they replaced all migrant wipers with fellow countrymen.


      Kronstadt on the island. It’s easier to hold defense there. smile
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      2. Tersky
        Tersky 13 November 2013 16: 35
        +6
        Quote: Vadivak
        Kronstadt on the island. It’s easier to hold defense there

        It depends on how many "troops" are trying to land and gain a foothold on the bridgehead, in Moscow they clearly succeeded, laughing
  4. avg
    avg 13 November 2013 15: 56
    +3
    A lot of questions can be solved based on past experience.
    For example, before janitors were given official housing and queued up for an apartment, and he held on to this housing and worked in good conscience.
  5. major071
    major071 13 November 2013 16: 00
    10
    But there are adequate people who shove money into their own pocket, and firstly provide people with work, secondly, the city is clean and thirdly there are no problems with migrant janitors who work from under the stick for a minuscule and are not nonsense in Russian. Good luck to the Kronstadt experiment.
  6. not good
    not good 13 November 2013 16: 02
    +2
    The same story is in construction, between the customer and the contractor there are a lot of intermediaries, as a result, the worker’s salary is minimal, otherwise the intermediary will be lost with money and try to persuade the local if it is not clear what about work in the future.
  7. andrei332809
    andrei332809 13 November 2013 16: 06
    +7
    What can I say? Well done! now it remains to transfer Kronstadt leaders to the Kremlin good
  8. shpuntik
    shpuntik 13 November 2013 16: 10
    +8
    Now migrant janitors are not the result of a shortage of workers, but a product of a corruption system. Solving the problem in housing and communal services is very simple - start mass planting and fining workers in the housing and utilities sector, and I assure you that in a month they will start taking local workers for a normal salary.

    Finally! "A ray of light in the dark kingdom." You need to give money to your own people, not to feed the infidels.
    By the way, in the background St. Nicholas Cathedral, rebuilt this year, so life began to change for the better.
  9. drop
    drop 13 November 2013 16: 12
    16
    My wife is from Kronstadt, her relatives still remain there. For a long time, by decision of the Government (33 years), I worked in Moscow (at the Ministry). Then family circumstances developed so that they had to return home to St. Petersburg. Now, in addition to scientific work at the research institute, I head the department at the SUAI (e). Kronstadt is familiar to me from my work and youth. There he took the oath when he was a cadet. then a midshipman. Then, for work in Moscow, I often had to visit the Navy, the Marine Plant. What the City Administration has done is commendable. I remember how the Kronstadters celebrated, for example, the New Year (these were the 60s). After 12 o'clock at night, the whole city was on the street - there was fun, there were no drunks. The city lived a single life. I am sorry that the wonderful Marine Plant has stopped developing now, this should not be the case in a market economy. We once submitted proposals to the Government of the country to make the Kronstadt Bychye Pole airfield international with piers for small ships and yachts. I think the Governor will return to this project and the city will develop. Good luck to you people of Kronstadt.
  10. bubla5
    bubla5 13 November 2013 16: 24
    +4
    Yes, it is unlikely that such patriots will be found among the business elite, they would milk the country, cut down the loot, and as Polonsky with ---- I'm over the hill
  11. zao74
    zao74 13 November 2013 16: 33
    +9
    Not a single minus article ... this is indicative. I hope this experience will take root throughout Russia.
    1. Jogan-xnumx
      Jogan-xnumx 13 November 2013 23: 10
      +2
      Quote: zao74
      Not a single minus article ...

      Alas, some b ... one minus poked! Well, this is what it was guided by. fool
      1. alicante11
        alicante11 14 November 2013 09: 39
        +1
        Defender of the slave owners found :).
  12. shark
    shark 13 November 2013 16: 36
    +9
    Kronstadt is the city of my youth. Many of the memories of this wonderful city bear the epithet "for the first time." There I received the first shoulder straps, a dagger. But what can I say ..... I can't imagine this legendary and beautiful city framed by grimy swarthy faces. I bow to the city administration.
  13. Alexey M
    Alexey M 13 November 2013 16: 37
    +5
    Putin link to this site, discard someone here there are a lot of smart people with good ideas. Let them read think.
    1. timer
      timer 13 November 2013 19: 57
      +2
      Oh, if there was such an opportunity, I would gladly poke a snout on this site! Yes, I do not have a real opportunity. Putin surrounded himself with all kinds of bastards, and he thinks everything in our chocolate.
  14. nikcris
    nikcris 13 November 2013 16: 50
    +3
    I'd like to believe that everything written is true. drinks
  15. kaktus
    kaktus 13 November 2013 16: 57
    +2
    MO-LOD-Tsy !!! good drinks hi
  16. avt
    avt 13 November 2013 16: 58
    +2
    Quote: baltika-18
    In the meantime, they put Misha Me, our former governor.

    Yes, this poet is famous! And from the grandmother - Gromova left and from the grandfather - Luzhkov left, and only up. A difficult passenger, they drive him as Dvorkovich specifically, unlike Boos and the Shantsev instrument in Nizhny.
    1. Ingvar 72
      Ingvar 72 13 November 2013 18: 43
      +1
      Quote: avt
      Yes, this poet is famous!

      Qualitatively expressed. good
  17. falcon
    falcon 13 November 2013 16: 59
    +4
    Well done Kronstadt! At least someone decided in practice to prove the thesis that Russia does not need
    Janitors and builders from Middle Asia. Doctors, engineers - are needed (but those from Middle Asia somehow do not
    observed!), and wipers are not needed. So, you see, it turns out that even without bribes and kickbacks, you can
    great business. :))
    Good luck to the head of the district!
  18. stroporez
    stroporez 13 November 2013 17: 00
    0
    it means you can if there is a desire ........ hence the conclusion, -------- corruption, migrants, etc. not because it’s impossible to do something with this, but because the leaders have no desire to DO ...... such a power on the bayonet ......
  19. Stinger
    Stinger 13 November 2013 17: 03
    +1
    Normal move. No one will notice the absence of officials, and everyone will immediately notice the absence of courtyards
    1. stroporez
      stroporez 13 November 2013 17: 11
      +3
      by nowadays "official" is a synonym for the word "parasite" .... and sooner or later they will get rid of worms ........
      1. falcon
        falcon 13 November 2013 17: 35
        +1
        Quote: stroporez
        "official" --- a synonym for the word "parasite" .... and sooner or later they will get rid of the worms ........

        And they (officials) believe that they are "symbionts" :))
  20. voliador
    voliador 13 November 2013 17: 39
    0
    Only a strong-willed decision by the authorities is needed - and not only the janitors will be from Russia. The problem is that, most often, it is this very power that profits from migrants.
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  22. ParapaPanda
    ParapaPanda 13 November 2013 18: 08
    0
    I am with St. Petersburg. I’ll buy a car and move to Kronstadt.
  23. MIKHAN
    MIKHAN 13 November 2013 18: 13
    +2
    Well done! Where to start! From the province of Russia, many would agree to such conditions (even with higher education ..) as it is not sad to state ..

    Now migrant wipers are not the result of a shortage of workers, but the result of a corruption system. This is a whole business and very profitable..And the markets are generally local koldeyk with their products (grown in their private courtyard) and you don’t get close to them yourself you know who .. Here Russia is starting to rebel and this is just the beginning .. Patience is at the limit of the simple workers ....
  24. Gardamir
    Gardamir 13 November 2013 18: 24
    +1
    The article is a big plus. But the most important thing is that everything is simple, everything is decided.
    1. Yura
      Yura 13 November 2013 18: 55
      +2
      Quote: Gardamir
      But the most important thing is that everything is simple, everything is decided.

      The article is an absolute plus, everything is decided, you are right, without noise and repression, without pathos and dust, in the working order, and you can see from the article who the main word is for, you don’t need either the FSB, the FMS, or the Ministry of Internal Affairs, everything is simple when the authorities in this field wants.
  25. pint45
    pint45 13 November 2013 18: 30
    0
    Quote: tank 34
    I agree. There are very literate people in Kronshdat.
  26. pint45
    pint45 13 November 2013 18: 30
    0
    Quote: tank 34
    I agree. There are very literate people in Kronshdat.
  27. nik6006
    nik6006 13 November 2013 18: 40
    +2
    If everything is as honestly written in the article, then my applause to the leaders of the town.
    Well and most importantly, I propose Terenty Meshcheryakov as president, such a person is needed by all Russians, and not just Kronstadt!
  28. yurii p
    yurii p 13 November 2013 19: 02
    +1
    I WANT A JANITOR IN KRONSTADT.
  29. sub307
    sub307 13 November 2013 19: 05
    +2
    I served in Kronstadt. I approve.
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  31. luka095
    luka095 13 November 2013 19: 26
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    Article "plus". Interesting information. Was this done only in Kronstadt? Is there something similar elsewhere?
  32. Allex_B
    Allex_B 13 November 2013 19: 26
    +1
    good Properly done, everywhere would have taken over the experience!
  33. komendor
    komendor 13 November 2013 19: 44
    +2
    Was in Kronstadt when the ship was under repair in 86-88. A beautiful city. True, the cathedral was then used as a sailor club.
    I'm not talking about that. Kronstadt is not the first city where there are no visitors. I know a couple more of these, though all cities are closed, they produce something atomic there. Everything in the cities is done by the residents themselves. But in April, everyone goes on subbotniks, he participated a couple of times when he was invited to visit. For me, for the first time it was a shock, but for Aboriginal people this is the norm, in the winter the yards themselves clean and do not wait for the janitors.
  34. moskal68
    moskal68 13 November 2013 20: 18
    +1
    All is correct. While still working as a guard, I heard from visitors grated cliches about snickering Muscovites. Experience shows that such visitors usually work very poorly. And if you comply with the law, then the Muscovites will go to the janitors without any problems. The problem is that firms are used to earning big money for illegal immigrants. Our grandfather, a Muscovite, was a janitor in our courtyard. And it was clean.
  35. Goldmitro
    Goldmitro 13 November 2013 20: 52
    +1
    <<< Now migrant janitors are not a consequence of a shortage of workers, but a product of a corruption system. >>>
    That's it! It is not migrants who are to blame, but those who bring them to Russia in droves! After all, WHO, for the most part, if not overwhelmingly, is the owner, ranging from shopping centers, markets, shops to stalls, transport and construction companies and companies? Those same former migrants who became Russians in less than a week! These freshly baked Russians both lived and strive to live here in accordance with their national traditions. Here they are, first of all, and are behind the massive import of migrants! These powerless "terpily" are very beneficial to them! It is with these "Russians" that we must begin the fight against illegal migration!
  36. Horst78
    Horst78 13 November 2013 22: 25
    +2
    Now migrant janitors are not the result of a shortage of workers, but a product of a corruption system. Solving the problem in housing and communal services is very simple - start mass planting and fining workers in the housing and utilities sector, and I assure you that in a month they will start taking local workers for a normal salary.
    In Strezhevoy, all the janitors are local (he himself worked as a territory cleaner). The salary is not shine, but the work is of high quality (everything is simple with the communal apartment, it worked poorly, they will ask not childishly)
  37. GUSAR
    GUSAR 14 November 2013 07: 00
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    Great! Only Volodka said, a hundred and no visas with Central Asia, not well, and he may have something from this ... In general, we will live without any migrants, we will live wonderful!
    1. Tommygun
      Tommygun 14 November 2013 09: 37
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      If migrants do not have preferences from the authorities, then they will not go to us with a visa, without a visa - there will be nothing to do!
  38. saag
    saag 14 November 2013 13: 00
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    you need to get away from manual labor, introduce mechanization in the industry, what kind of insanity you can remove much more
  39. Ahmed Osmanov
    Ahmed Osmanov 14 November 2013 22: 16
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    Well done! They can get rid of all problems when they want!