In the capital of Russia they plan to repeat the Makhachkala rally on a large scale. Representatives of certain Caucasian social movements are going to bring masses of people to the streets of Moscow. We are on the verge of a large-scale action against “Islamophobia”, “Caucasophobia” and “Xenophobia” in Russia. In fact, Islamic movements in the future can come to the forefront of the struggle, pushing aside the "bogs" of the Liberal Democrats. Their significance will grow even more if they are supported by representatives of the Central Asian diasporas. They have already expressed readiness for political actions in Russia. Obviously, with the development of such processes, analysts' concerns about the “Syrian scenario” in Russia will become an extremely dangerous reality. Strengthening the position of the "Islamic project" in Russia begins to affect the political field of the country.
Representatives of the Caucasian movements found many reasons to speak. They are dissatisfied with obstacles in the construction of mosques, arrests of Muslim leaders, bans on wearing hijabs in schools, toughening of migration policy and the mythical rampant "Russian fascism." They also propose to attract a number of central TV channels to criminal liability for inciting ethnic hatred. This was reported "Independent newspaper". The journalist of the publication spoke with representatives of public organizations of Dagestan, who had previously organized a rally in All-Caucasus in Makhachkala on November 29. The organizers believe that the best place for the rally will be Manezhnaya Square. They are planning to hold a protest between 20 and 25 in December or after the New Year holidays.
In addition to the residents of Dagestan, representatives of Chechnya, Ingushetia, North Ossetia and the Stavropol Territory, where a significant Muslim community lives, took part in the Makhachkala rally. Summing it up, one of its organizers, Abakar Abakarov, promised to hold in Moscow an "unprecedented" in scale all-Russian rally against "Islamophobia, Caucasophobia and Xenophobia." Another organizer of the rally in Dagestan, Muhammad Magomedov, representing the Dagestan regional public organization Union of the Just, reported that a Muslim Caucasians ’call for consolidation and“ more serious political activity ”was voiced in Makhachkala. They must force the authorities to reckon with themselves. This task, according to Magomedov, explains the choice of a place for the next protest. The policy of the Russian state is determined in Moscow, the majority of the “Caucasian and Islamic problems originate in Moscow,” therefore the “political will, which must be pressed, is in Moscow.”
Representatives of the Central Asian communities also spoke about possible street actions. On December 3, the chairman of the Union of Tajik Youth in Russia, Izzat Aman, in an interview with one of the Muslim sites, said that “rampant fascism in Russia” could bring migrants to the blast. The reason for the protests may be problems with wages. Only in the Russian capital 500 thousand Tajiks, and in Russia their 2 million people "will not find it enough". A resident of the former fraternal republic is virtually threatened. I remember a few years ago we were told that they come to Russia only to work. Earlier, Aman told the press that his organization with its headquarters in Moscow numbers 6 thousands in its ranks.
In turn, the head of the "fair" Magomedov said that the upcoming action is not planned as a "purely Caucasian." In Russia, there are problems along the national and religious lines, and there are people, not only Caucasian residents and Muslims, who share their views. They can be supported by representatives of other nationalities.
On the need for labor migrants in Russia
Thus, the Russian authorities, flooding Russia with millions of migrants and allowing the degradation of culture, education, social and industrial infrastructure of the North Caucasus, giving the opportunity to strengthen ethnocracy and ethnic crime, themselves laid a powerful bomb under the country, which could soon explode.
The authorities have repeatedly talked about the need to create new jobs, reduce the number of labor hands of the indigenous population, the economic need to attract migrant workers. The other day, Mr. Dmitry Medvedev, talking about the results of the government’s work in the outgoing year, once again lied about the need for migrants in the Russian economy: “Only a dishonest person says that we can do without an additional influx of labor resources now. Russia is too big, and we need additional labor resources. ” Earlier, Medvedev also offered a recipe for independent solution of the problem of unemployment by Russians - “increase mobility,” that is, turn into internal migrants. The concept of "home", "small homeland", "graves of ancestors" in the conditions of building "Russian capitalism" has been declared an anachronism.
However, this is either an obvious deception, or ignorance of the situation in this area (remember Stalin's “are you a fool or an enemy”?). The Federal Service for Labor and Employment, which provides unemployment statistics based on the number of applications that come from the unemployed to the territorial offices of the Federal Service, in recent years reported 1-2 million people. However, experts say a strong underreporting of the data, since applications for unemployment benefits and job searches are submitted by a minority of officially unemployed people. Most of them have permanent or temporary work and unofficial earnings.
Rosstat, which compiles its statistics based on periodic surveys, calls a more serious figure - 5-6 million people. Moreover, the number of employees is approximately 75 million. The unemployment rate in Russia varies greatly by region: if the national average is 5,5-7%, then in Moscow and Leningrad Oblast (the main centers of attraction for internal and external migrants) is about 3%, the extremely high unemployment rate in Ingushetia is about 45%, Chechnya - about 30%, Dagestan and Kabardino-Balkaria give about 12%, Tyva gives more than 23%, Kalmykia - 12%, Altai, Trans-Baikal Territory, Tomsk region - more than 10%.
A feature of unemployment in Russia is its high level in the national republics. Characteristic and unemployment among young people. In May 2013, the average unemployment rate among youth at age 15-24 was 12,4% (last year was even higher). It should also be noted the high level of unemployment in the so-called. "Single-industry towns" (and this is every third Russian city, in total more than 300 cities). This is a social and political problem. In the event of the loss of the current relative economic stability (and there are predictions on this subject, the members of the government are talking about this: the second wave of the global crisis and worsening of the world situation), this problem will become a prerequisite for creating a revolutionary situation in Russia.
It should also be noted that the data of Rosstat do not reflect the real picture of unemployment and the availability of labor reserves. First, there is the so-called hidden unemployment. Part-time people are not considered unemployed. Secondly, in Russia the level of young people is very high, which goes from schools to universities. In particular, in 2010 on 1000 the number of students in the Russian state was 61. For comparison, in Switzerland and Japan - 31. A significant part of them idle, spends time in vain (the general degradation of education, its commercialization and the sharp drop in the status of many professions). It also helps brighten the unemployment rate. Thirdly, the bureaucratic apparatus of Russia is constantly growing and has about 2,5 million officials at all levels of government. They absorb huge resources - legally and illegally, and about half of them pretend to work, successfully imitating their work activity. If you wish (political will), this whole army of idlers can be sent to the "construction of capitalism." In general, the number of officials in the Russian Federation in 2,5 is more than times in the USSR - and this is with significant losses in the territory and population.
In 2011, in the Russian Federation, the unemployment rate was measured by the method of the well-known sociological company Gallup. This method takes into account both the unemployed and those who work, but have only part-time employment and would like to have a more full load. As a result, the real number of unemployed in Russia was higher than Rosstat's 3-4 times and amounted to more than 20% (among men, 19%, women - 22%).
Thus, the words about the need to attract millions of labor migrants and their work in housing and communal services, on construction sites, etc., are either deception or unprofessionalism. Russia has a huge labor reserve, which can more than cover all the needs of the market. It is not a secret for anyone that the Russians are ready to work even for very low wages and in “dirty production”. In most regions, teachers, medical personnel, kindergarten workers, and many workers receive minimum wages. The average salary level in the country is high for them, since it is calculated taking into account the transcendental salaries of a very swollen bureaucratic and administrative corps. Everything comes out as in the proverb: one with a bipod and seven with a spoon.
Under the capitalist (non-slave) system, labor migrants are more profitable for Russian citizens than for bureaucracy and employers. It is easier not to pay or underpay migrants, especially illegal ones, who are deprived of all rights. In addition, you can save on the social package. It has already become a textbook example of janitors in Moscow: it’s impossible for a Russian to get a job as a janitor, since he will have to pay the entire salary, he will need to be provided with social benefits, and you can give part to the migrant, he will be pleased with this. The capitalist, essentially non-slave-owning, system needs as cheap as possible and even slave labor. Naturally, all the beautiful words about innovation, new industrialization, the creation of 25 millions of jobs, the growth of labor productivity in industrial enterprises by 50%, as Russian officials like to say, in such conditions is simply hypocrisy.
Continuing to attract millions of labor migrants, replacing them with the indigenous population leads to the catastrophe of Russian civilization. And the growing political activity of representatives of the “Islamic project” and the Central Asian communities is one of the signs of this catastrophe.
Riot in Arzamas
Another sign of the approach of a catastrophe is the expansion of the geography of the “Russian rebellion”. The events took place according to the standard scenario. On the night of December 7 in the cafe there was a conflict, which ended with a stabbing. 26-year-old Alexander Slakaev and a friend were beaten. Alexander received a deadly stab wound. Perhaps that would be the end of it. Such tragedies, unfortunately, after the criminal revolution of 1990, we now have a common occurrence. But the workers of the establishment, with whom the comrades came into conflict, turned out to be Caucasians, Armenians. The population, which, according to the latest polls, was severely hardened (about 40% of Russians surveyed believe that in recent years, bitterness, fear and despair have intensified among others) responded to what came to the “popular gathering” already familiar to our ears.
The gathering demanded the eviction of all visitors and the closure of all establishments belonging to them. The authorities and law enforcement agencies surprisingly worked well, did not sit in the offices and went out to the people. Three participants of the fight were detained almost immediately. However, this did not stop people; distrust of the government outweighed reasonable arguments. The rally turned into mayhem. Several people were arrested.
Events developed in Biryulyovo and Pugachev. Obviously, with the further liberal policy of the authorities in relation to external and internal migration, the Arzamas "revolt" will not be the last. Medvedev and his ilk quite clearly say that there is no point in expecting fundamental changes in domestic politics, everything is going according to the old model: free access to Russia for millions of labor migrants, many of whom will easily get citizenship or will live in the country illegally, but without any problems and privatization and “optimization” (liquidation) of “inefficient production”. Industry degradation continues in the period 2005-2012. its share in GDP decreased from 37,3 to 34,1% (in 1990, it was 58,2%). In particular, the share of the manufacturing industry fell from 28,6% to 25,9%, and the share of industry in employment fell from 20,0% to 17,0%. At the same time, the share of the presence of foreign investors in the share capital of many industrial enterprises in Russia increased. Thus, not only the degradation of the industrial potential of the Russian Federation continues, but also its enslavement by foreign capital.
Therefore, new popular performances on anti-migrant soil (including internal migration) will occur more and more often. Arzamas will soon be just one of the names of dozens of pain points. It is obvious that people are not worried about the crimes themselves (not primarily), because the crimes of immigrants from abroad make up a very small percentage of the country. They are visible only in the capitals, where most migrants are concentrated. The problem is different. All residents are talking about the "arrogance" of visitors, and the absence of fear in front of government officials and law enforcement agencies. In this way, they are very different from the majority of Russian and Russian-speaking (small ethnic groups of Russia, who have adopted the Russian language and culture as their own), who in the majority are very law-abiding. The Russians are the “imperial people” who have long since given the prerogative of their protection to the authorities. And God forbid, if the authorities and the "new barbarians" from the Caucasus and Central Asia will cross a certain line. Russian, I repeat, the imperial people, which, if necessary, solves problems with imperial scale. That is, to punish an entire nation or region is a common thing for him. The problem of the “elite” will be solved in the same way. The Russian turmoil, with the elimination of the former degenerated "elite", with the advancement of new leaders and the construction of a new empire, is the answer of the Russian civilization to systematic injustice.
“Defiant and arrogant behavior” of visitors is their cultural, civilizational and social level. Central Asia and the Caucasus were annexed to the Russian Empire, and the Russian people, the imperial authorities took responsibility for the civilizational growth of these regions. However, the destruction of the USSR interrupted this process. The Russian authorities have thrown off this responsibility, as they are trying to get rid of responsibility for the citizens of Russia. These regions began to quickly return to the usual being - the primitive communal system with elements of feudalism. Russian cities have already appreciated the whole “charm” of the archaization of entire regions when they were covered by a wave of “new barbarians”. In addition, visitors feel the protection of families, clans, communities that have tools to influence the bureaucracy and law enforcement agencies. As a result, they are not afraid of the police, violate the laws, de facto this is a legal privilege in relation to the majority of Russians, who are “atomized”, do not have such strong family, tribal and regional ties.
Threat of civilization
Russian society feels that the situation is dangerous and reacts with spontaneous protest actions. The people send signals to the authorities that they need to solve the problem. The authorities either react incorrectly, speaking of the lack of alternatives of labor migration, or they are committing too indicative, demonstrative actions. The arrest of Orhan Zeynalov (a murder in the metropolitan area of Biryulyovo West Yegor Shcherbakov) was just a hit. Helicopter, machine gunners, delivery under the threatening eyes of Interior Minister Vladimir Kolokoltsev. This fighter. Instead of the usual preventive work, which should prevent similar incidents, we are shown “cinema”.
Obviously, measures in the “separate and evict” style, such as Zhirinovsky’s proposal, will not solve the problem. This problem has matured for decades. It is too tempting for Russia’s internal and external enemies to arrange a “Syrian (Yugoslav) scenario” in our country. The Islamic rally in Moscow is in line with the divide-and-rule strategy. This provocation. If the authorities or Russian nationalists react harshly, the enemies of Russia will receive an excellent informational reason for the development of a split of Russian society along religious and ethnic lines. Calling for a march against “Russian fascism” and “for hijabs” either deliberately achieve this result, or they are simply used in the dark.
This is the threat of a split of Russia through the Caucasus and the Volga region. The latest activation of the Islamist underground in Tatarstan is another “bell” from this series. Such a split can cause the death of the Russian Federation and lead to a sea of blood. Tendencies to increase the political activity of the carriers of the “Islamic project”, defenders of migrants and the defensive reaction of the Russian people will sooner or later intersect. Such a conflict could potentially bury the entire Russian Federation - and the current "elite", and ordinary people, and all the diaspora.
Only decisive actions by the authorities to restore elementary order in the country and then to restore a long-term strategy for the civilizational growth of the Caucasus, Central Asia and other problem regions can prevent this collision. In the framework of the current liberal model, this problem cannot be solved. Actions of another level will not help. And it is no longer possible to delay here, the question is in the survival of a whole civilization.
Any other way leads to death. Preserving the current liberal strategy using the European experience brings the death of our civilization, and indeed the whole white race as a whole. Attempts to “separate and evict”, the construction of walls, fortified lines will ultimately lead to a similar result. Restrictive measures will only slow down the process. Sooner or later, the wreckage of civilization will sink under the masses of "new barbarians". You can recall the sad experience of the Roman Empire, no fortified lines with simultaneous moral and moral degradation of the imperial population will not save from the "great migration of peoples."
The radical version of this scenario (it is sometimes voiced by marginalized actors) is genocide. Probably, not once heard the sentence "to burn all with napalm", up to the use of atomic weapons. However, this is the way to inferno. The experience of the Third Reich, which freed the living space from the "inferior peoples". The result will also be sad - the moral and moral degradation, rollback to the principle of "the strongest survives," the hatred of the whole world.
The only true way is a qualitative leap of Russia itself into the future. It should become an example for the whole world, like Stalin’s Soviet Union. And continue your civilizing mission.