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Ivanov urged to revive the personnel policy of the USSR

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Ivanov urged to revive the personnel policy of the USSR



The head of the presidential administration of Russia, Sergei Ivanov, at a seminar with the vice-governors on domestic policy on Wednesday called for reviving the personnel policy of the USSR, since "no one has yet come up with the best."

“In the Soviet Union, the personnel policy was fairly well built. There were certain filters, steps through which people passed. I will not hide, they were looked after in a good sense of the word - there were mentors, people “led”. If they proved with concrete deeds that they were successful, they were transferred to Moscow, appointed to higher positions in the region or in the central offices of ministries and departments, ”Ivanov said.

“It (the personnel policy) was destroyed in our country, it needs to be revived, I don’t see anything wrong with that - no one has thought up anything better and will not invent it,” the head of the Kremlin administration added.

In addition, Ivanov proposed to consider the establishment of additional responsibility for the heads of municipalities, who do not solve the problems of the population, RIA “News».

Ivanov explained that the head of state receives a large number of appeals asking them to solve problems that are within the competence of regional or local authorities.

This “shaft of letters,” according to him, suggests that citizens do not find a response on the ground, as well as “closedness and indifference of local officials and a low level of trust in them.”

“We have enough power to cope with the solution of most issues and not to force citizens to constantly bring local problems to the state level. Perhaps, in this case, it is worth thinking of establishing additional responsibility for the heads of municipalities, which exist in isolation from the rest of the population, ”said the head of the administration.

"Why everything should be decided in the Kremlin or in the White House, until the light bulb is replaced," Ivanov asked the audience.

Ivanov believes that the regional authorities should act proactively in solving international problems and it’s harder to ask employers who hire migrant workers to work.

“Here we have to work ahead of the curve, remove the urgency of social problems, competently organize the labor market and much tougher than now, ask employers who use foreign labor,” Ivanov said on Wednesday at a seminar with the vice-governors for domestic policy.

He stressed that it was employers who make profits, not workers.

“The lack of attention to potential points of tension is an indicator of the lack of professionalism of the authorities, evidence that she does not know the situation well or is perplexedly takes a wait-and-see attitude on the principle of“ maybe resolved ”. It will not resolve, ”he stressed.

Ivanov recalled that interethnic conflicts are the result of "unsolved social problems, the unsatisfactory work of law enforcement agencies and poor educational activities."

He urged regional authorities to be in constant contact with law enforcement agencies, national communities and youth organizations, to involve representatives of Russian traditional religions in preventive work, and also to conduct “offensive information policies, counteracting the spread of extremist materials”.

Also, the head of the administration spoke in favor of creating special councils on interethnic relations in the regions.
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  1. domokl
    domokl 14 November 2013 07: 19
    10
    Namely, the personnel policy that is being carried out now has led the country to ... The manager will never be effective in the world of professionals, not temporary workers. Only the specialist understands that he is in his place. The manager does not care much what to manage. The main thing is to make a profit. Any price . Squeeze everything and .... after us at least the flood.
    1. Canep
      Canep 14 November 2013 07: 52
      +7
      I doubt that Ayfonchik was able to get through the Soviet party sieve.
      1. StolzSS
        StolzSS 14 November 2013 18: 40
        0
        Professor this was his ceiling.
    2. Vladimirets
      Vladimirets 14 November 2013 08: 38
      +1
      Quote: domokl
      A manager will never be effective in the world of professionals, not temporary workers.

      Most shitty, now for some reason it is believed that everyone can control everything without knowing the subject they rule.
  2. Unisonic
    Unisonic 14 November 2013 07: 23
    -9
    Hmm, the personnel policy of the USSR led to its collapse. The bloodthirsty kings settled in the national republics, eager to fight and gain independence from the All-Union Center, but Gorbachev was not the CIA or Mossad who recommended the leadership of the country, but the USSR State Security Committee in the person of Yuri Andropov.
    1. domokl
      domokl 14 November 2013 07: 31
      +4
      Quote: Unisonic
      Hmm, the personnel policy of the USSR led to its collapse

      An interesting idea ... And how do you feel about the fact that we still live off of what was created then? Specialists, not managers?
      Can you name at least one successful project of modern managers? As soon as the director of the Soviet school leaves, it turns out that the company should have been bent for 20 years. But it worked and people worked on it. And they bought products.
      1. INTER
        INTER 14 November 2013 08: 45
        +3
        Quote: domokl
        An interesting idea ... And how do you feel about the fact that we still live off of what was created then? Specialists, not managers?
        Can you name at least one successful project of modern managers? As soon as the director of the Soviet school leaves, it turns out that the company should have been bent for 20 years. But it worked and people worked on it. And they bought products.

        I agree, besides, it is necessary to revive the Soviet education, the best on earth.
        If, according to D.F. Kennedy, in the 60s, Americans lost to the Russians the war for space at the school desk, today we are losing the battle for our future at the school desk and the student bench. After all, to lose education and, as a result, science, advanced technologies, economy and culture, means to lose the future. yes yes yes
      2. maxvik
        maxvik 14 November 2013 12: 07
        +1
        The idea is really interesting. When they talk about the causes of the collapse of the USSR, the betrayal of senior management is one of the main thoughts. I always ask the same question: how did it happen that the traitors in power were in power?
        There was a lot of good in the USSR, and personnel policy, including, but not everywhere and not always.
    2. PPP
      PPP 15 November 2013 11: 39
      0
      Unisonic Yesterday, 07:23

      I do not agree with you, you are simply not in the subject.
  3. Sirs
    Sirs 14 November 2013 07: 25
    +2
    Cadres decide everything, but only a question? where to get these shots and correctly said Ivanov should be revived, but only who will revive those persons who cannot fall asleep without a bribe.
  4. makarov
    makarov 14 November 2013 07: 32
    +2
    As I understand it, Ivanov proposes to stop the practice of nepotism, parochialism, and others like him, so that the applicant would be given an assessment of his affairs and not otherwise. So what's wrong here? After all, in fact, it cares for the State.
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 14 November 2013 07: 58
      +3
      Quote: makarov
      Ivanov proposes to stop the practice of nepotism, parochialism, and others like that, so that the applicant would be given an assessment of his affairs and not otherwise. So what's wrong here?

      By what means will he do this if ALL of their relatives are at work? Nothing to say about children in general, only talents and geniuses.
      1. makarov
        makarov 14 November 2013 08: 39
        -2
        So ask him this question and then highlight the answer on the site. I don’t think that you are being repressed for such a trifle.
        1. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 14 November 2013 08: 42
          +1
          Quote: makarov
          So ask him this question

          And who will let me in to him.
          Quote: makarov
          I don’t think that you are being repressed for such a trifle.

          This is a trifle for you, but for them a family, and family in our country is sacred! So they will defend to the end.
          1. makarov
            makarov 14 November 2013 09: 43
            0
            You Alexander, do not be lame. The time will come - they will be allowed. Once in my life I had such a thing, Not a hundred for no reason was taken and brought to the "big guy". Remaining myself, I said a well-grounded no. And nothing, did not eat then.
            1. Alexander Romanov
              Alexander Romanov 14 November 2013 10: 19
              +2
              Quote: makarov
              They took a hundred for no reason and brought it to the "big uncle

              Handcuffed?
              Quote: makarov
              Remaining myself, I said a well-grounded no.

              That is, to the question whether you criticized the big uncle. You answered a firm NO. Well, I understand you, right, life is more expensive laughing
  5. nemec55
    nemec55 14 November 2013 07: 36
    0
    If they proved with concrete deeds that they were successful, then they were transferred to Moscow

    I immediately remember EBN and Bald (who promoted them am )
    1. My address
      My address 14 November 2013 08: 44
      0
      Party and Soviet production cadres are two different things. Of course, at the top, dirty tricks were taken up, but rarely, there they reported with no chatter.

      As far as I know, in the party leadership from production / medicine / agriculture, etc. a good specialist did not leave. And if he left ... I already mentioned that a strong shop manager left the enterprise in the city committee of the CPSU. He left due to principled relations with the director. Ten years later, a decent person returned to a decent position, but he was no longer a fighter! Chewed principle!

      And Alexander Romanov is right above. Ivanov says such strange things. It's almost like in a thief's "raspberry" to urge not to steal! What is it for?
  6. vlad0
    vlad0 14 November 2013 07: 43
    +2
    With such a system, DAM and all its ministers would never climb into their seats.
  7. Ihrek
    Ihrek 14 November 2013 07: 44
    +1
    The personnel policy of the USSR has raised military-technical progress to such a height that we still look at it.
    1. alone
      alone 14 November 2013 19: 37
      0
      the personnel policy of the USSR is Kosygin, Gromyko, Masherov, Tikhonov, etc., etc.
      but it is also Gorbach, Yakovlev, Yeltsin, and so on and so on and so forth. Every personnel policy has its own mistakes and miscalculations. Look at your fingers. Each of them is different from the other. and the staff is the same. someone will work for the good of the state and people, and someone for themselves and for their own pockets. The system solves everything.
  8. Letnab
    Letnab 14 November 2013 07: 52
    +2
    Quote: “In the Soviet Union, the personnel policy was fairly well built. There were certain filters, steps through which people passed. I will not hide, they were looked after in a good sense of the word - there were mentors, people “led”. If they proved with concrete deeds that they were successful, they were transferred to Moscow, appointed to higher positions in the region or in the central offices of ministries and departments, ”Ivanov said.
    Well, finally, common sense began to appear in the minds!
    A few years ago, our iPhone issued a decree according to which state enterprises can lead any person, with any education ... if only the deputy was with the appropriate education. And whoever didn’t command us, and the flight attendants, and military pensioners, and former mentors, and doctors, and musicians, lawyers .... and the system is destroyed.
    A cook can really lead, but only in the kitchen! Outside there are other dzhigits, and each in his own way!

    Quote: makarov UA 

    As I understand it, Ivanov proposes to stop the practice of nepotism, parochialism, and others like him, so that the applicant would be given an assessment of his affairs and not otherwise. So what's wrong here? After all, in fact, it cares for the State.

    You can’t get rid of nepotism even with specialists in power, the human soul is weak, but corruption will likely be less, all the same when the specialists agree, they understand what it is about.
    1. Yarosvet
      Yarosvet 14 November 2013 14: 59
      -1
      Quote: Letnab
      A cook can really lead, but only in the kitchen!
      1. Letnab
        Letnab 14 November 2013 17: 35
        0
        The quote is true and correct! but the cook is for everyone in the language without regard to the full version of the statement
  9. Unisonic
    Unisonic 14 November 2013 08: 00
    0
    Quote: domokl
    Quote: Unisonic
    Hmm, the personnel policy of the USSR led to its collapse

    An interesting idea ... And how do you feel about the fact that we still live off of what was created then? Specialists, not managers?

    And one does not interfere with the other. Some created, while others broke. Those who have broken have won. Why? It is not surprising -> by 1985, as the people said, the government of the Soviet Union represented 40 legs and 4 teeth. Insanity in the absolute. Do you know the history of the USSR? It was not the people who ruined him, but those very cadres. The people in a referendum spoke in favor of preserving the Union. Normal cadres would take this as a signal for action, for action to preserve the USSR. And with our Soviet cadres, it was the opposite. As a result, by 1991 the country had already collapsed, and the hands of the most important security officials, marshals (!!) were shaking. Do you remember the broadcast of the GKChP speech?

    Can you imagine that the Marshals of the Red Army Zhukov, Rokossovsky and Konev, at the time when the threat loomed over their Homeland, should also be shaking like Pugo, Yazov and Kryuchkov? Here you have the shots!
    1. Vladimirets
      Vladimirets 14 November 2013 08: 41
      0
      Quote: Unisonic
      Can you imagine the Marshals of the Red Army Zhukov, Rokossovsky and Konev,

      They just did not become marshals because they were someone's sons-in-law, children or brothers.
  10. Anatole Klim
    Anatole Klim 14 November 2013 08: 01
    +4
    Alexander Ivanov, the son of the head of the presidential administration, has been appointed deputy chairman of the VEB state corporation. Ivanov’s sphere of competence included several key areas of work - investment attraction and representation in international associations. The new deputy chairman of VEB is the second high-ranking financier from the family of Sergei Ivanov.
    Another son of the head of the presidential administration, Sergey Sergeyevich Ivanov, was appointed head of the Sogaz insurance group a year ago. Previously, Sergey Ivanov Jr. held the post of deputy chairman of the board of Gazprombank, where he oversaw the development of work with corporate clients and private banking, was responsible for working with government authorities, coordinated the implementation of special projects on behalf of the board of directors and the head of the bank.
    Appointment to the top positions of the children of Russian high-ranking officials in Russia has long been the norm. On February 1, 2011, Denis Bortnikov, son of the FSB director Alexander Bortnikov, was appointed chairman of the board of VTB North-West Bank. In May 2009, Dmitry Patrushev, the eldest son of the secretary of the Security Council, ex-head of the FSB Nikolai Patrushev, was appointed chairman of the board of the Russian Agricultural Bank. The head of the VEB export credit and investment insurance agency is Petr Fradkov, the son of Mikhail Fradkov, director of the Foreign Intelligence Service.http: //abos.ru/? P = 62329
    1. Airman
      Airman 14 November 2013 10: 57
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      Quote: Anatole Klim
      Alexander Ivanov, the son of the head of the presidential administration, has been appointed deputy chairman of the VEB state corporation. Ivanov’s sphere of competence included several key areas of work - investment attraction and representation in international associations. The new deputy chairman of VEB is the second high-ranking financier from the family of Sergei Ivanov.
      Another son of the head of the presidential administration, Sergey Sergeyevich Ivanov, was appointed head of the Sogaz insurance group a year ago. Previously, Sergey Ivanov Jr. held the post of deputy chairman of the board of Gazprombank, where he oversaw the development of work with corporate clients and private banking, was responsible for working with government authorities, coordinated the implementation of special projects on behalf of the board of directors and the head of the bank.
      Appointment to the top positions of the children of Russian high-ranking officials in Russia has long been the norm. On February 1, 2011, Denis Bortnikov, son of the FSB director Alexander Bortnikov, was appointed chairman of the board of VTB North-West Bank. In May 2009, Dmitry Patrushev, the eldest son of the secretary of the Security Council, ex-head of the FSB Nikolai Patrushev, was appointed chairman of the board of the Russian Agricultural Bank. The head of the VEB export credit and investment insurance agency is Petr Fradkov, the son of Mikhail Fradkov, director of the Foreign Intelligence Service.http: //abos.ru/? P = 62329

      Not cadres decide everything, but FRAMES decide - and that’s it.
  11. Unisonic
    Unisonic 14 November 2013 08: 03
    +2
    Quote: Anatole Klim
    Alexander Ivanov, the son of the head of the presidential administration, has been appointed deputy chairman of the VEB state corporation. Ivanov’s sphere of competence included several key areas of work - investment attraction and representation in international associations. The new deputy chairman of VEB is the second high-ranking financier from the family of Sergei Ivanov.
    Another son of the head of the presidential administration, Sergey Sergeyevich Ivanov, was appointed head of the Sogaz insurance group a year ago. Previously, Sergey Ivanov Jr. held the post of deputy chairman of the board of Gazprombank, where he oversaw the development of work with corporate clients and private banking, was responsible for working with government authorities, coordinated the implementation of special projects on behalf of the board of directors and the head of the bank.
    Appointment to the top positions of the children of Russian high-ranking officials in Russia has long been the norm. On February 1, 2011, Denis Bortnikov, son of the FSB director Alexander Bortnikov, was appointed chairman of the board of VTB North-West Bank. In May 2009, Dmitry Patrushev, the eldest son of the secretary of the Security Council, ex-head of the FSB Nikolai Patrushev, was appointed chairman of the board of the Russian Agricultural Bank. The head of the VEB export credit and investment insurance agency is Petr Fradkov, the son of Mikhail Fradkov, director of the Foreign Intelligence Service.http: //abos.ru/? P = 62329

    There used to be a planned economy, but now a clan economy.
    1. nikolaev
      nikolaev 14 November 2013 13: 38
      -1
      These are not criteria. It is important: what does, how does. The question of trust is now the key. Therefore, clanism can play a positive and even key role in conditions of total corruption.
  12. Balko
    Balko 14 November 2013 08: 15
    +4
    Quote: Unisonic
    Hmm, the personnel policy of the USSR led to its collapse. In the national republics, bloodthirsty kings settled down, eager to fight and gain independence from the All-Union Center,

    There is a huge gap between the personnel policy of the Stalinist USSR and Khrushchev-Brezhnevsky. In fact, these were two completely different states.
  13. Galinanp
    Galinanp 14 November 2013 08: 15
    +2
    Sergei Ivanov has recently made a number of interesting statements concerning the further direction of Russia's domestic and foreign policy: on withdrawing from the treaty on medium-range missiles, on confronting the Anglo-Saxons, at the Russian Council - on the withdrawal from circulation in Russian politics of such concepts as political correctness, tolerance, etc. The presidential administration has now become a kind of his headquarters for Putin, and Ivanov is the chief of staff. A redistribution of power began, the government and the entire state management system, sabotaging, and even offering aggressive resistance to Putin's initiatives (which is the last speech of Ulyukaev) are gradually withdrawing powers in the development and decision-making in the country's life. The ministers and the chairman of the government are not only cut, but practically withdrawn from any independence, that is, they are made who they position themselves - "managers", stupid performers at a low level. In my opinion, preparations are underway to dismantle the system of government developed and implanted in the 90s by the Anglo-Saxons.
    1. Bigriver
      Bigriver 14 November 2013 08: 43
      -2
      Quote: GalinaNP
      ... In my opinion, preparations are underway for the dismantling of the government system developed and implemented in the 90s by the Anglo-Saxons.

      And what is its essence? Well, if compressed?
    2. PPP
      PPP 15 November 2013 11: 38
      0
      GalinaNP Yesterday, 08:15

      Absolutely.
  14. Unisonic
    Unisonic 14 November 2013 08: 20
    +2
    Quote: Balko
    Quote: Unisonic
    Hmm, the personnel policy of the USSR led to its collapse. In the national republics, bloodthirsty kings settled down, eager to fight and gain independence from the All-Union Center,

    There is a huge gap between the personnel policy of the Stalinist USSR and Khrushchev-Brezhnevsky. In fact, these were two completely different states.

    Right. And I’m talking specifically about the Khrushchev-Brezhnev cadre policy, which led the USSR to collapse. More truly, at the helm of the country at different levels of leadership of the Union, Union republics, power structures, etc. turned out to be incompetent characters, and sometimes even look - just traitors and criminals.

    All sorts of Kravchuk, Yeltsin, Gorbachev, Yakovlev, Dudaev and other retinue well known to all - they are all the Communist Party of the Soviet Union.

    We do not need a return to such a personnel system in my opinion, and it is impossible, because we are still in it.
  15. Encoder
    Encoder 14 November 2013 08: 33
    -2
    Quote: Anatol Klim
    Alexander Ivanov, the son of the head of the presidential administration, has been appointed deputy chairman of the VEB state corporation. Ivanov’s sphere of competence included several key areas of work - investment attraction and representation in international associations. The new deputy chairman of VEB is the second high-ranking financier from the family of Sergei Ivanov.
    Another son of the head of the presidential administration, Sergey Sergeyevich Ivanov, was appointed head of the Sogaz insurance group a year ago. Previously, Sergey Ivanov Jr. held the post of deputy chairman of the board of Gazprombank, where he oversaw the development of work with corporate clients and private banking, was responsible for working with government authorities, coordinated the implementation of special projects on behalf of the board of directors and the head of the bank.
    Appointment to the top positions of the children of Russian high-ranking officials in Russia has long been the norm. On February 1, 2011, Denis Bortnikov, son of the FSB director Alexander Bortnikov, was appointed chairman of the board of VTB North-West Bank. In May 2009, Dmitry Patrushev, the eldest son of the secretary of the Security Council, ex-head of the FSB Nikolai Patrushev, was appointed chairman of the board of the Russian Agricultural Bank. The head of the VEB structure of the Agency for Export Credit and Investment Insurance is Petr Fradkov, the son of Mikhail Fradkov

    And not the worst deal, you know. The children of the security forces, intelligence and counterintelligence officers are still not the children of oligarchs and bandits, but in most regional structures they are the latter.
  16. Nitarius
    Nitarius 14 November 2013 08: 33
    0
    Well, finally HEALTHY DONKEY ideas in the heads of the lawmakers!
    It’s just differently! If a person was engaged in MECHANICAL ENGINEERING - he should grow there!
    and not as a furniture maker STEVIT to manage the troops ...... nonsense is not utter!
  17. Grbear
    Grbear 14 November 2013 08: 37
    +2
    Ivanov's statement is the voice of one crying in the desert.

    In the USSR, there really was a NOMENCLATURE of personnel reserve, when a person, practically from the bottom, was noted for activity, brains and other qualities. Then they led them to a certain professional level on a certain topic (party, business, production). They didn’t keep fools. Even relatives (in extreme cases, were given a strong deputy).

    Now this, well, horror, is problematic. There is no party responsibility, but it is possible to avoid criminal liability. Early personal sympathies grew into personal devotion. Respect for the boss - in the obscurity. The collective nature of the decision is clan or court. Moreover, everything is tied to MONEY, and not any IDEA.

    So, one can yell at Ivnov for a long time until the will of the state is manifested (at least with respect to state-owned enterprises and natural monopolies).
    1. PPP
      PPP 15 November 2013 11: 45
      0
      GalinaNP Yesterday, 08:15.
      The presidential administration has now become Putin’s sort of headquarters, and Ivanov the chief of staff.
      Ivanov is a competent professional, there’s nothing to be voiced just like that.
  18. Unisonic
    Unisonic 14 November 2013 08: 37
    +2
    Interestingly, the furniture maker replaced at the post of Minister of Defense of the Russian Federation, "who do you think?" (as in the famous Belarusian song about the magic rabbit) - Sergei Borisovich Ivanov. President Vladimir Putin explained the meaning of such a personnel decision by the fact that in the context of the implementation of the program for the development and rearmament of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, associated with the expenditure of huge budget funds, a person with experience in the field of economics and finance is needed lol

    Sergei Borisovich Ivanov, since 2008, oversaw the issues of the military industry under Minister Serdyukov, and now heads the administration of V. Putin. Not funny yet?
    1. nikolaev
      nikolaev 14 November 2013 13: 46
      0
      And what was done precisely in the military industry during this time?
    2. nikolaev
      nikolaev 14 November 2013 20: 57
      0
      And what was done precisely in the military industry during this time?
  19. Galinanp
    Galinanp 14 November 2013 08: 50
    +1
    Quote: BigRiver
    Quote: GalinaNP
    ... In my opinion, preparations are underway for the dismantling of the government system developed and implemented in the 90s by the Anglo-Saxons.

    And what is its essence? Well, if compressed?

    That is the essence of the occupation administration.
    1. Bigriver
      Bigriver 14 November 2013 09: 36
      -2
      Quote: GalinaNP
      ... That is the essence of the occupation administration.

      That is, the government, the cabinet of ministers of the Russian Federation, security officials, regional authorities are not appointed in Russia?
      Where and who? Who are the occupiers?
      1. Galinanp
        Galinanp 14 November 2013 13: 04
        0
        BigRiver Today, 09:36 ↑
        Quote: GalinaNP
        ... That is the essence of the occupation administration.
        That is, the government, the cabinet of ministers of the Russian Federation, security officials, regional authorities are not appointed in Russia?
        Where and who? Who are the occupiers?

        You all boil down to primitive simplification. You perfectly understand what the system means, and who the creators of this system are.
        1. Bigriver
          Bigriver 14 November 2013 13: 40
          0
          Quote: GalinaNP
          ... You all boil down to primitive simplification. You understand very well what the system means, and who are the creators of this system.

          That is, to say the essence of the questions directly asked to you, there is nothing but hints at my carefully concealed understanding of some kind of system there?
          preparations are underway for the dismantling of a government system developed and introduced in the 90s by the Anglo-Saxons.

          Sorry. I thought you had rare knowledge.
          1. Galinanp
            Galinanp 14 November 2013 18: 19
            0
            Come on, you will be poor. Whatever worldview point of view you adhere to, the analysis and comparison of events during the period from the so-called perestroika to this time, together with the fact of the historical confrontation between Russia and the Anglo-Saxons, shows a completely clear picture of what happened. In chronology: perestroika is an active preparatory stage, the turmoil of the early 90s - preparation of the basis in the power structures by agents of influence for the subsequent establishment (obviously it was a preparation) of the system of state administration regulated by the Anglo-Saxons, and initially completely vulnerable to them. Perfectly tuned mechanism. Only they made a fatal mistake for them, in that they did not calculate the potential threat to their plans from certain unknown KGB structures. Anticipating the possible sarcasm on your part, I will tell you that I am not an adherent of the "theory of conspiracy", materials from Fedorov, Starikov, Khazin and so on. I consider it only as information, I rely only on the analysis of official sources, and the statements of various adequate state officials, politicians, political scientists, people from the special services, and so on. in contrast to the facts obtained. But the bearer of rare knowledge is just you, judging by your intriguing remarks. If you can share. This is without any irony.
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            2. PPP
              PPP 15 November 2013 11: 48
              0
              GalinaNP Yesterday, 18:19 ↑

              Yes exactly. I also analyze in detail all the nuances of this Anglo-Saxon operation.
  20. bva1963
    bva1963 14 November 2013 08: 55
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    Why is everything good created during the USSR issued for a new good coin? Who does Mr. Ivanov teach at the seminar? They all saw it, they know, they lived under this power, but they don’t want to do anything !!! (((
    1. PPP
      PPP 15 November 2013 11: 50
      0
      bva1963 Yesterday, 08:55
      Why is everything good created during the USSR issued for a new good coin? Who does Mr. Ivanov teach at the seminar? They all saw it, they know, they lived under this power, but they don’t want to do anything !!! (((
      Read carefully, in the words of Ivanov about the new there is nothing.
  21. nikolaev
    nikolaev 14 November 2013 09: 33
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    Personnel policy is obviously necessary. And we have the closest experience of this - the USSR. We need to use and develop, including in the field of self-defense of the population. Friends, and better - the people's militia. Selection of personnel, organization, training, taking into account the events in the Chechen Republic, Syria.Political training, military. Personal armament. Responsibility! Urgent need! This, among other things, is also military patriotic education. Awareness for those who care about their usefulness and ability to benefit the Fatherland. Alone and unarmed is to lose with Second gold fund.
  22. rennim
    rennim 14 November 2013 10: 52
    +1
    Ivanov explained that the head of state receives a large number of appeals asking them to solve problems that are within the competence of regional or local authorities.

    This “shaft of letters,” according to him, suggests that citizens do not find a response on the ground, as well as “closedness and indifference of local officials and a low level of trust in them.”


    Ivanov apparently forgot or does not know that the posts have long been bought ... And since they’ve bought, what do they care about ordinary people. My friend’s corruption ...

    There will be no transition to the Soviet system until the authorities begin to fight corruption. Those. with myself.
    1. alone
      alone 14 November 2013 19: 40
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      Quote: rennim
      Ivanov apparently forgot or does not know that posts have long been purchased.


      Do you think the head of the presidential administration does not know what is happening in his country? how funny it turns out.
  23. Yuri Y.
    Yuri Y. 14 November 2013 11: 36
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    Education of personnel is a long process and some kind of ideology is needed, and do not bury yourself. Peter1 generally chose according to his abilities and results in business. But now, even at the production level, big bosses (I see in my production) get lizuns with different specializations (places of licking). Of course, you also need your own team in business, but frank careerists come up for some reason. Although this is of course our psychology, even if not a relative, they try to push them out of their own. We need a system of choice, as if from the outside, but with knowledge of the person in action. Peter1 was troubled, he himself was the king laughing .
  24. Stinger
    Stinger 14 November 2013 14: 51
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    Since this concern has arisen, it seems that all the warm spots have been taken apart, the post trading business has declined, and there is no one to work. It is time to look for smart Jews under the governors.