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The myth of the injustice of the eviction of Chechens and Ingush in 1944

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23 February 1944 launched Operation “Lentils”: the deportation of Chechens and Ingushs “for aiding the fascist invaders” from the territory of the Chechen-Ingush ASSR (ChIASSR) to Central Asia and Kazakhstan. The Chechen-Ingush ASSR was abolished, 4 was transferred from its composition to the Dagestan ASSR, to the North-Ossetian ASSR - one district, the Grozny region was created on the rest of the territory.


Operation (Operation Lentil) was conducted under the leadership of the USSR People's Commissar of Internal Affairs Lavrenti Beria The eviction of the Chechen-Ingush population was carried out without any particular problems. During the operation, 780 people were killed, 2016 of the “anti-Soviet element” was arrested, more than 20 thousand firearms were seized weapons. 180 echelons with the total number of 493 269 people relocated were sent to Central Asia. The operation was carried out very effectively and showed the high skill of the administrative apparatus of the Soviet Union.

The myth of the injustice of the eviction of Chechens and Ingush in 1944

Commissar of Internal Affairs of the USSR Lavrenti Beria. He approved the “Instruction on the procedure for the eviction of Chechens and Ingushs”, arrived in Grozny and personally supervised the operation

Background and causes of punishment

It must be said that the situation in Chechnya was already difficult during the revolution and the Civil War. The Caucasus in this period was swept by real bloody unrest. The mountaineers were able to return to the usual "craft" - robbery and banditry. White and red, engaged in war with each other, could not restore order during this period.

It was a difficult situation in 1920-s. Thus, “A brief overview of banditry in the North Caucasus Military District, as of 1 September 1925” reports: “The Chechen Autonomous Region is a hotbed of criminal gangsterism ... For the most part, Chechens are prone to gangsterism, as the main source of easy money, which is promoted by a large availability of weapons. The upland Chechnya is a haven for the most inveterate enemies of Soviet power. Cases of banditry on the part of Chechen gangs are not amenable to accurate accounting ”(Pykhalov I. For what Stalin evicted the nations. M., 2013).

In other documents, you can find similar characteristics. "A brief overview and characteristics of the existing banditry on the territory of the IXth Infantry Corps" from 28 in May 1924: "The Ingush and Chechens are most inclined to gangsterism. They are less loyal to the Soviet regime; the national feeling is strongly developed, - brought up by religious teachings, especially hostile to the Russian - jyauram ”. Conclusions The authors of the review made correct. According to them, the main reasons for the development of banditry among the highlanders were: 1) cultural backwardness; 2) semi-wild manners of the mountaineers prone to easy money; 3) economic backwardness of the mountain economy; 4) lack of solid local authority and political education.

Information review of the headquarters of the 9th Infantry Corps on the development of banditry in the areas of the corps of the Kabardino-Balkar AO, Gorskaya SSR, Chechen AO, Grozny gubernia and Dagestan SSR in July-September 1924: “Chechnya is a bouquet of banditry. The number of ringleaders and non-permanent gangster gangs who commit robberies, mainly in the territories adjacent to the Chechen region, is not countable. ”

To fight the gangsters in 1923, a local military operation was conducted, but it was not enough. The situation in 1925 was particularly acute. At the same time, it should be noted that banditry in Chechnya during this period was purely criminal in nature; ideological opposition under the slogans of radical Islam was not observed. The victims of the robbers became the Russian population from the areas adjacent to Chechnya. Suffered from Chechen gangsters and Dagestanis. But, unlike the Russian Cossacks, the Soviet power did not take away their weapons, so the Dagestanis could repel predatory raids. According to the old tradition, Georgia was also subjected to predatory raids.

In August 1925, a new large-scale operation began to clean up Chechnya from gangs and seize weapons from the local population. Accustomed to the weakness and softness of the Soviet authorities, the Chechens initially prepared for stubborn resistance. However, this time the authorities acted harshly and decisively. The Chechens were shocked when numerous military columns, reinforced by artillery and aviation. The operation was carried out according to the standard scheme: hostile auls surrounded, transmitted the demand to give out bandits and weapons. Upon failure, machine-gun-shelling and even air strikes began. The sappers destroyed the homes of the leaders of the gangs. This caused a turning point in the mood of the local population. Resistance, even passive, was no longer thought of. Residents of the villages surrendered weapons. Therefore, casualties among the population were small. The operation was successful: they captured all the major gang leaders (309 bandits were arrested, 105 of them were shot), seized a large number of weapons, ammunition - more than 25 thousand rifles, more than 4 thousand revolvers, etc. (It should be noted that now all these bandits were rehabilitated as “innocent victims” of Stalinism.) For a while, Chechnya was reassured. Residents continued to surrender weapons after the operation. However, the success of the 1925 operation was not consolidated. Obvious Russophobes with ties to foreign countries continued to sit on key positions in the country: Zinoviev, Kamenev, Bukharin, etc. The policy of combating "Great Russian chauvinism" continued until the early 1930s. Suffice it to say that the Small Soviet Encyclopedia extolled the “exploits” of Shamil. Cossacks were deprived of their rights, the "rehabilitation" of the Cossacks only began in 1936, when Stalin was able to push the main groups of "Trotskyist internationalists" (the then "fifth column" in the USSR) from power.

In 1929, such purely Russian territories as the Sunzhensky District and the city of Grozny were included in Chechnya. According to the 1926 census, only about 2% of Chechens lived in Grozny, the rest of the city’s residents were Russians, Little Russians and Armenians. Even the Tatars in the city were more than Chechens, - 3,2%.

Therefore, it is not surprising that as soon as the USSR had hotbeds of instability associated with “excesses” during collectivization (the local apparatus that conducted collectivisation largely consisted of “Trotskyists” and deliberately incited unrest in the USSR), Chechnya flared up in 1929 in Chechnya major uprising. The report of the commander of the SKVO troops, Belov, and a member of the Revolutionary Military Council of the Kozhevnikov District, emphasized that they had to deal not with individual gangster speeches, but “by direct insurrection of entire regions, in which almost the entire population took part in the armed uprising”. The uprising was crushed. However, its roots were not eliminated, so another military operation was carried out in 1930 year.

Chechnya did not calm down even in the 1930s. In the spring of 1932, a major new rebellion broke out. The gangs were able to block several garrisons, but were soon defeated and scattered by the approaching units of the Red Army. The next exacerbation of the situation occurred in 1937. From this it was necessary to intensify the fight against bandit and terrorist groups in the republic. In the period from October 1937 to February 1939, 80 groups with a total number of 400 people operated on the territory of the republic, and more than 1 thousand thugs were in an illegal situation. In the course of the measures taken, the gangster underground was cleared. More than 1 thousand people were arrested and convicted, 5 machine guns were seized, more than 8 thousand rifles and other weapons and ammunition were seized.

However, the lull was not long. In 1940, banditry in the republic became more active again. Most of the gangs were replenished by runaway criminals and deserters of the Red Army. So, from the autumn of 1939 to the beginning of February, 1941 of the Red Army deserted 797 Chechens and Ingushs.

During World War II, Chechens and Ingushs "distinguished themselves" by massive desertion and evasion from military service. Thus, in a memorandum addressed to the People's Commissar of Internal Affairs Lavrenti Beria "On the situation in the areas of the Chechen-Ingush Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic", compiled by Deputy State Commissar for State Security, State Security Commissioner of the 2 rank Bogdan Kobulov from November 9 of 1943 of the year reported in January XNXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX of of the 14th July 2015 The national division managed to call only 1942% personnel. Due to the stubborn unwillingness of the indigenous people of the Chechen-Ingush ASSR to go to the front, the formation of the Chechen-Ingush cavalry division was never completed, those who managed to be summoned were sent to spare and training units.

In March, 1942 of the year from 14576 people deserted and evaded the service 13560 people. They went to the illegal position, went to the mountains, joined the gangs. In 1943, out of 3, thousands of volunteers deserted 1870 people. To understand the enormity of this figure, it is worth saying that while being in the ranks of the Red Army, 2,3 thousand Chechens and Ingushs died and went missing during the war years.

At the same time, banditry flourished during the war in the republic. From 22 June 1941 to 31 December 1944, 421 was marked by a gangster display on the territory of the republic: attacks and killings on soldiers and commanders of the Red Army, NKVD, Soviet and party workers, attacks and robbery of state and collective farm institutions and enterprises, murder and robbery of ordinary citizens. In the number of attacks and killings of the commanders and fighters of the Red Army, organs and troops of the NKVD CHIASSR during this period was only slightly inferior to Lithuania.

During the same period, 116 people were killed as a result of gangster manifestations, and 147 people died during operations against bandits. In this case, 197 gangs were eliminated, 657 gangsters were killed, 2762 was captured, 1113 came to surrender. Thus, in the ranks of the gangs who fought against the Soviet power, many more Chechens and Ingush were arrested and more arrested than those who died and went missing on the front. We should not forget about the fact that in the conditions of the North Caucasus, banditry was impossible without the support of the local population. Therefore, accomplices of bandits was a significant part of the population of the republic.

Interestingly, during this period, the Soviet government had to fight mainly with young gangster shoots - graduates of Soviet schools and universities, Komsomol members and communists. By this time, the OGPU-NKVD had already knocked out the old cadres of gangsters brought up in the Russian Empire. However, young people followed in the footsteps of their fathers and grandfathers. One of these "young wolves" was Hasan Israilov (Terloev). In 1929, he joined the VKP (b), entered Komvuz in Rostov-on-Don. In 1933, he was sent to Moscow to the Communist University of Working People of the East. Stalin. After the start of World War II, Israilov, together with his brother Hussein, moved to an illegal situation and began preparations for a general uprising. The beginning of the uprising was planned for 1941 year, but then it was moved to the beginning of 1942 year. However, due to the low level of discipline and the lack of good communication between the rebel cells, the situation went out of control. A coordinated, simultaneous uprising did not take place, resulting in the speeches of individual groups. Scattered performances suppressed.

Israilov did not give up and began work on party building. The main component of the organization was aulkom or troika-five, who carried out anti-Soviet and insurgent work in the field. 28 January 1942, Israilov held an illegal meeting in Ordzhonikidze (Vladikavkaz), which established a “Special Party of Caucasian Brothers”. The program provided for the establishment of a “free fraternal Federal Republic of the states of the fraternal peoples of the Caucasus under the mandate of the German Empire”. The party had to fight "Bolshevik barbarism and Russian despotism." Later, in order to adapt to the Nazis, Israilov transformed the OPKB into the “National Socialist Party of Caucasian Brothers”. Its number reached 5 thousand people.

In addition, in November 1941, the Chechen-Gorsky National Socialist Underground Organization was established. Its leader was Mayrbek Sheripov. The son of the tsarist officer and younger brother of the hero of the Civil War Aslanbek Sheripov, Mayrbek joined the CPSU (b), and in 1938 was arrested for anti-Soviet propaganda, but in 1939, he was released for failure to prove his guilt. In the fall of 1941, the Chairman of the Leading Industrial Council of the Chechen-Ingush ASSR passed over to the illegal position and began to unite around him the leaders of bandit formations, deserters, fugitive criminals, and also established contacts with religious and teip leaders, inclining them to revolt. The main base of Sheripova was in the Shatoi district. After approaching the front to the borders of the republic, in August 1942, Sheripov raised a major uprising in the Itum-Kaly and Shatoi districts. 20 August rebels surrounded Itum-Kale, but could not take the village. A small garrison repulsed the attacks of the gangsters, and the reinforcements that came up turned the Chechens to flight. Sheripov tried to connect with Israilov, but was destroyed during the special operation.

In October 1942, a rebellion was raised by German non-commissioned officer Rekkert, abandoned in Chechnya in August at the head of the reconnaissance and sabotage group. He established contact with the Sakhabov gang and, with the assistance of religious authorities, recruited up to 400 people. The detachment was equipped with weapons dropped from German aircraft. The saboteurs were able to raise some auls of the Vedensky and Cheberloyevsky districts for the uprising. However, the authorities quickly suppressed this performance. Rekkert destroyed.

The mountaineers made a feasible contribution to the military power of the Third Reich. In September, the three first battalions of the North Caucasus Legion — the 1942, 800, and 801 — were formed in Poland in 802. At the same time, there was a Chechen company in the 800 battalion, and in 802 there were two companies. The number of Chechens in the German armed forces was small due to massive desertion and evasion from service, the number of Chechens and Ingush in the ranks of the Red Army was small. Therefore, the captive mountaineers were few. Already at the end of 1942, the 800 and 802 battalions were sent to the front.

Almost simultaneously, in the Mirgorod of the Poltava region, the 842, 843 and 844 battalions of the North Caucasus Legion begin to form. In February, 1943, they were sent to the Leningrad region to fight the partisans. At the same time in the town of Vesola form the battalion 836-A (the letter "A" means "Einsatz" - destruction). The battalion specialized in punitive operations and left a long bloody trail in Kirovograd and Kiev regions and in France. In May 1945, the remnants of the battalion were captured by the British in Denmark. The mountaineers asked for British citizenship, but were issued by the USSR. Of the 214 Chechens, the 1 Company 97 was prosecuted.

As the front approached the borders of the republic, the Germans began to send scouts and saboteurs onto the territory of the Chechen-Ingush ASSR, who were to prepare the ground for a large-scale uprising, to commit sabotage and terrorist attacks. However, only Rekker’s group achieved the greatest success. The Chekists and the army acted swiftly and prevented an uprising. In particular, the failure befell the group of Chief Lieutenant Lange, abandoned August 25 1942. Pursued by Soviet units, the chief lieutenant with the remnants of his group, with the help of Chechen guides, was forced to cross the front line back to his own. Total Germans abandoned 77 saboteurs. Of these, 43 was rendered harmless.

The Germans even prepared the “governor of the North Caucasus - Osman Guba (Osman Saydnurov). Osman in the Civil War fought on the side of the whites, deserted, lived in Georgia, after its release by the Red Army, fled to Turkey. After the outbreak of the war, he completed a course of study at the German intelligence school and entered the disposal of naval intelligence. Guba-Saydnurova, in order to increase prestige among the local population, was even allowed to call themselves a colonel. However, plans to foment an uprising among the highlanders failed - the KGB seized Guba’s group. During the interrogation, the failed Caucasian Gauleiter made a very interesting admission: “Among the Chechens and Ingush, I easily found the right people ready to betray, go to the German side and serve them.”

An interesting fact is that the local leadership of the Interior actually sabotaged the fight against banditry and went over to the side of the bandits. The captain of the state security Sultan Albogachiev, an Ingush by nationality, who led the NKVD ChIASSR, sabotaged the activities of local security officers. Albogachiev acted in conjunction with Terloev (Israilov). Many other local security officers turned out to be traitors. So, the traitors were the heads of the NKVD district departments: Staro-Yurtovsky - Elmurzayev, Sharoyevsky - Pashayev, Itum-Kalinsky - Mezhiyev, Shatoevsky - Isaev, etc. Many traitors turned out to be among ordinary NKVD employees.

A similar picture was in the environment of the local party leadership. Thus, when the front approached, 16 executives of the district committee of the All-Union Communist Party (Bolsheviks) (in the republic there were 24 districts and the city of Grozny), 8 executives of district executive committees, 14 collective farm chairmen and other party members fled. Apparently, those who remained in their places were simply Russian or “Russian-speaking”. The Itum-Kalinsky district party organization was especially famous for it, where the entire leadership of the bandits joined the bandits.

As a result, during the years of the hardest war, an epidemic of mass betrayal swept the republic. Chechens and Ingush fully deserved their punishment. Moreover, it should be noted that under the laws of wartime, Moscow could punish many thousands of gangsters, traitors and their accomplices much tougher, up to the execution and long prison sentences. However, we once again see an example of the humanism and generosity of the Stalinist government. Chechens and Ingush evicted, sent for re-education.

Psychological problem

Many current citizens of the Western world, and Russia, are not able to understand how an entire nation can be punished for the crimes of its individual groups and “individual representatives”. They proceed from their ideas about the world around them, when they are surrounded in general by the world of individualists, atomized personalities.

After industrialization, the Western world, and then Russia, lost the structure of traditional society (essentially, peasant, agrarian), connected by communal ties, by mutual responsibility. The West and Russia have moved to a different level of civilization, when each person is responsible only for his crimes. However, at the same time, Europeans forget that there are still regions and regions on the planet where traditional, tribal-dominated relations prevail. This region is the Caucasus and Central Asia.

There, people are connected by family (including large patriarchal families), clan, tribal relations, and also fraternities. Accordingly, if a person commits a crime, his local community is responsible for and punishes him. In particular, this is why rape of local girls is rare in the North Caucasus, relatives with the support of the local community simply “bury” the criminal. The police will close their eyes to this, so it consists of "his people." However, this does not mean that "alien" girls, who do not stand behind a strong kin, community, are safe. "Horsemen" can behave freely in the "alien" territory.

Mutual responsibility is a bright distinctive feature of any society that is in the tribal development stage. In such a society there is no case about which the whole local population would not know. There is no hiding thug, a murderer, whose locals are not aware of their location. Responsibility for the offender is the entire race and generation. Such views are very strong and persist from century to century.

Such relationships were characteristic of the era of tribal relations. During the Russian Empire, and even more during the years of the Soviet Union, the Caucasus and Central Asia were subjected to a strong civilization, cultural influence of the Russian people. Urban culture, industrialization, a powerful system of upbringing and education had a strong influence on these regions, they began the transition from tribal relations to a more advanced urban industrial type society. If the USSR had existed for several more decades, the transition would have been completed. However, the USSR destroyed. The North Caucasus and Central Asia did not have time to complete the transition to a more developed society, and a rapid rollback into the past, the archaization of social relations, began. All this happened against the background of the degradation of the system of education, upbringing, science and national economy. As a result, we received whole generations of “new barbarians” welded by family, tribal traditions, the waves of which gradually overwhelm Russian cities. Moreover, they merge with the local “new barbarians”, which the degraded (consciously simplified) Russian education system produces.

Thus, it is necessary to clearly realize the fact that Stalin, who was well aware of the peculiarities of the ethnopsychology of mountain peoples, with its principles of mutual responsibility and collective responsibility of the whole race for the crime committed by its member, as he himself was from the Caucasus, quite correctly punished an entire people (several peoples). If the local society did not support Hitler's accomplices and bandits, then the first collaborators would be handed over by the local residents themselves (or they would be handed over to the authorities). However, the Chechens consciously went into conflict with the authorities, and Moscow punished them. Everything is reasonable and logical - it is necessary to answer for crimes. The decision was fair and even in some respects mild.

The highlanders themselves then knew why they were being punished. So, then the following rumors circulated among the local population: “The Soviet government will not forgive us. We do not serve in the army, do not work in collective farms, do not help the front, do not pay taxes, banditry is everywhere. Karachays were evicted for this — and they would evict us. ”
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  1. parus2nik
    parus2nik 24 February 2014 07: 53
    +44
    [b] “Soviet power will not forgive us. We do not serve in the army, we do not work on collective farms, we do not help the front, we do not pay taxes, banditry is everywhere. Karachaevtsev was evicted for this - and we will be evicted. ”
    The same garbage was with the Crimean Tatars, as the Germans occupied the Crimea, they went as accomplices, they smelled like partisans in 1943 ...
    1. vladimirZ
      vladimirZ 24 February 2014 11: 35
      +20
      Oh, we have no wise Stalin Joseph Vissarionovich in our leadership to solve complex problems, and to build a strong state to put all kinds of traitors and separatists in place, for the benefit of the whole people, and not for the sake of the interests and capitals of a handful of rich oligarchs and their own pockets.
      1. Commodus
        Commodus 25 February 2014 00: 34
        0
        Now we are like in the 20s, even worse. More than 80% of people in government are controlled by the West. And we do not have a Stalin who can act tough. On the other hand, the world has changed an open tough policy, he will not tolerate, and if Putin suddenly starts to pursue a tough policy, "his own people" will remove him. And they will remove it easily, having the media drown any person in shit so that even their own children can easily turn away from him!
  2. Very old
    Very old 24 February 2014 08: 09
    +16
    Now wait: human rights activists will raise high-howling, screaming
    1. Ossetian.
      Ossetian. 24 February 2014 12: 13
      +10
      How to raise and subside !!!
      Collect in Siberia for re-education.
      1. siberalt
        siberalt 24 February 2014 14: 07
        +20
        To Siberia is not necessary! Siberia is not a garbage dump for Moscow! Russian normal people live here! Settle them at home.
        1. Ossetian.
          Ossetian. 24 February 2014 16: 15
          +8
          It’s possible for us, we will definitely re-educate them ... we are not afraid of difficulties !!!
          1. Nick
            Nick 24 February 2014 20: 40
            +4
            Quote: Ossetian.
            It’s possible for us, we will definitely re-educate them ... we are not afraid of difficulties !!!

            Ah well done !!!
      2. The comment was deleted.
      3. vladimirZ
        vladimirZ 24 February 2014 15: 19
        +7
        Collect in Siberia for re-education.


        In Siberia we don't need them. Siberians are friendly, working people, do not recognize any nationalities, we are all equal. There are no need here for people who are riddlers suffering from national arrogance and preaching militant Islam.
        1. Ossetian.
          Ossetian. 24 February 2014 16: 22
          +5
          fuck so fuck.
        2. Jack7691
          Jack7691 24 February 2014 16: 52
          +8
          To build up the New Earth with greenhouses ...
      4. Technologist
        Technologist 24 February 2014 18: 27
        +7
        And then we have few of them, to develop the New Siberian Islands - that would be the case.
      5. Technologist
        Technologist 24 February 2014 18: 31
        +1
        And then we have few of them, but to master the New Siberian Islands - this is the matter.
      6. Lgpack
        Lgpack 4 March 2014 10: 55
        0
        They were sent to Kazakhstan just to re-educate the Kazakh people! )
  3. drop
    drop 24 February 2014 08: 21
    +33
    Human rights activists will not raise anything. Everything is correctly stated in the article. Only none of this draws conclusions. No arguing against the facts. Bandits must be eliminated. Remember at the beginning of perestroika who attacked the trains, who issued the false advice notes, etc. I have the honor.
    1. Lem
      Lem 26 February 2017 02: 00
      0
      Quote: Drop
      Everything is correctly stated in the article.

      Except for the term deportation. There is no this in the documents. There is eviction - relocation, but there is no deportation. For me, it was generally a forced evacuation in wartime ........
      1. Adam A
        Adam A 2 July 2020 01: 12
        0
        Evacuation with burning villages with people ...
  4. omsbon
    omsbon 24 February 2014 08: 45
    +24
    Unfortunately, nothing has changed in their minds, so we need old, proven methods!
    1. dustycat
      dustycat 24 February 2014 16: 49
      +9
      We need methods that they understand.
      Even the barracks hooligans from the Czechs and Ingush became "best friends" as soon as they explained their position with a stool on the skull.
      And they understood the Russian language and recalled the charter.
  5. rugor
    rugor 24 February 2014 08: 49
    +11
    Years go by, but nothing changes.
    1. predator.3
      predator.3 24 February 2014 10: 42
      +18
      In March, 1942 of the year from 14576 people deserted and evaded the service 13560 people. They went to the illegal position, went to the mountains, joined the gangs. In 1943, out of 3, thousands of volunteers deserted 1870 people. To understand the enormity of this figure, it is worth saying that while being in the ranks of the Red Army, 2,3 thousand Chechens and Ingushs died and went missing during the war years.

      Hmm, facts are stubborn things! And 214 people were called from my village (including both grandfather), and only half returned, 108 it seems, and a third later died within 15 years (consequences of injuries, grandfather-1962)
      1. aleksandrs95
        aleksandrs95 24 February 2014 20: 31
        +2
        Glory to the heroes, not the rats.
  6. Horn
    Horn 24 February 2014 09: 04
    +14
    “The Ingush and Chechens are most prone to banditry. They are less loyal to the Soviet regime; a strongly developed national feeling, brought up by religious teachings, is especially hostile to the Russian - giauras. ” The authors of the review made the conclusions true. In their opinion, the main reasons for the development of banditry among the highlanders were: 1) cultural backwardness; 2) semi-wild manners of mountaineers, prone to easy profit; 3) the economic backwardness of the mountain economy; 4) lack of solid local power and political education.

    - A raiding way of doing business that you want. As well as the Krymchaks. Krymchaks recently organized a gangway in support of the Maydauns under the "flags of the Crimean Khanate". The craving for raids and robberies does not allow sleeping peacefully.
  7. k1995
    k1995 24 February 2014 09: 27
    +20
    Damn, why in 1994 they were afraid to write such articles. Then the whole army was framed. They will take the aul, the order to withdraw, and so on several times and each time losses. I remember an interview on TV after the shelling of one of the villages with artillery: "Why shoot cannons, let the soldiers go, well, several people will die, but the houses will be intact." And my mother turned gray, in the last 6 months of my service, although they were not sent to Chechnya, they were taken to Kubinka a couple of times and loaded onto airplanes, well, as usual, they announced this in all the media
    1. cumastra1
      cumastra1 24 February 2014 15: 41
      +7
      The usual sale of the country's interests at a reasonable price is betrayal
    2. cumastra1
      cumastra1 24 February 2014 15: 41
      0
      The usual sale of the country's interests at a reasonable price is betrayal
    3. Fedya
      Fedya 24 February 2014 22: 31
      0
      And who was in power then? Forgot ?
  8. DPN
    DPN 24 February 2014 09: 44
    +21
    I liked the article, thanks for the educational program. And human rights activists in the mountains for re-education, let them live 2-3 years with them, and not in Moscow apartments.
  9. Prapor Afonya
    Prapor Afonya 24 February 2014 10: 08
    +14
    Quote: DPN
    I liked the article, thanks for the educational program. And human rights activists in the mountains for re-education, let them live 2-3 years with them, and not in Moscow apartments.

    There was a NTV correspondent (sorry I don’t remember her last name) who called the Chechens sufferers and Russian soldiers occupants, and this lasted until, during another interview, the spirits seized her and demanded a ransom (she was lucky that she was the circle was not allowed, but it was necessary!), and yet, the operation "Chechivitsa" was not supposed to pursue the goal of removing these monsters, but to pursue the goal of their destruction, in those years it was quite real, for betrayal, then there would be several times less of them it was, and maybe not, would have died out!
    1. ramsi
      ramsi 24 February 2014 11: 22
      +10
      I think Elena Masyuk her last name
    2. Svetlana
      Svetlana 24 February 2014 12: 41
      +10
      I also think that they were treated too humanely then. They did not deserve it. Under the laws of wartime relied on execution.
      1. Fedya
        Fedya 24 February 2014 22: 32
        0
        Well, the families who fought at the front also suffered!
    3. perfect100
      perfect100 24 February 2014 14: 38
      +4
      Or maybe they let her in a circle ... and rightly a slut!
    4. nikcris
      nikcris 24 February 2014 18: 51
      +1
      Masyuk. And why do you think that they didn’t let her go around - such a scary one or a Jewess?
      And the ransom was - wherever to Allahakbaram without quranes cursed by the Koran request
    5. sss5.papu
      sss5.papu 24 February 2014 20: 55
      +1
      It’s also Politkovskaya!
    6. Adam A
      Adam A 2 July 2020 01: 16
      0
      You can start yourself in a circle, they will drive like a donkey and along the ridge, maybe their brains will be put in place
  10. Semurg
    Semurg 24 February 2014 10: 16
    -12%
    after the end of the era of GDP, I advise you to look at Kadyrov. Of course, say Caucasian, but Stalin was Caucasian. Tell me it was a bandit, but Stalin dabbled in this until he became a Bolshevik, then he began to carry out the same terrorist attacks and banditry. After the war, Grozny rebuilt, of course, say it with Russian money, but South Ossetia still looted money in ruins, which suggests that Kadyrov knows how to work and made others work. There is no street crime in Grozny, which suggests that he can keep in check violent Chechens and even more will restore order in the more law-abiding regions of Russia. His battalion Vostok is one of the combat-ready units, which means it will restore order in the Russian army. There are some more positive points, but against two big circumstances, not Russian and Muslim. To check these shortcomings of his, it would be nice to first look at him at the federal level, for example, start him to lead the Southern Federal District where he will command not only pure Chechens but different nations and faiths. Of course, many hate him and have allergies and fears of Caucasians that will be cut even more in Russian cities, but this would make the topic more interesting, otherwise everything would go stupidly into approving articles and regrets that it was necessary not to expel but to solve the issue with the Chechens, and also the Crimean Tatars were still Germans and Koreans were still Karachais and Balkars were still Kurds and Greeks even Turks, Meskhs and Ingushs and many other unreliable and difficult peoples (by the way, all these relocations took place in the rule of Stalin who is the same Caucasian, or rather of Caucasian origin, and who becoming more popular in Russia over the years)
    1. ramsi
      ramsi 24 February 2014 11: 28
      +3
      a Muslim is ABSOLUTELY unacceptable, at least an atheist
      1. perfect100
        perfect100 24 February 2014 14: 41
        -5
        Atheist is even worse ....
        1. ramsi
          ramsi 24 February 2014 15: 03
          0
          why? .. Stalin somehow taxied
      2. Fedya
        Fedya 24 February 2014 22: 33
        -1
        The main thing is inactive muslim!
    2. Andrey57
      Andrey57 24 February 2014 11: 34
      +23
      After the fact that this Chechen m.a.a.s. created during both wars in Chechnya and is creating now, to make this Chechen z.v.e.r.ё.n.s.sh.a and to become the leader in Russia? - Semurg should not smoke any rubbish in the morning!
      This half-dead bandit is already erecting monuments to the Chechen bandits, although now they have suddenly become "fighters"!
      Chechens and Ingushs were never wars, they were always gangsters, by the way, Old Man Makhno also knew, who destroyed the wild division of Chechens in Ukraine, after their crimes against civilians, they were not taken prisoner, but cut down under a clean, whole cava .divisions several hundred left.
      1. Semurg
        Semurg 24 February 2014 12: 18
        -9
        Andrew . Dzhugashvili in the Republic of Ingushetia, I think the same was not in good standing (probably after reading the newspapers about the blown up banks and the killed cash-in-hand, the same Z.V.E.R.E.N.y.sh. thought). At the expense of military qualities, the Chechens will not argue, my post concerned Kadyrov personally and not all Chechens.
        1. inkass_98
          inkass_98 24 February 2014 14: 15
          +11
          Even in a dream, you cannot imagine the "king of beasts" as the head of Russia. Imagine that you would have to choose something similar in Kazakhstan after Nazarbayev. Yes, in Chechnya he has a relative order, but for whose money? And how do his fellow tribesmen behave outside Chechenistan? They also feel support for themselves, because even Chechens who have committed a crime and convicted in other constituent entities of the Federation are often sent back to their homeland, where very soon they are released and are lost in their own or fraternal teips.
        2. Fedya
          Fedya 24 February 2014 22: 36
          0
          And he only supervised, he himself did not participate anywhere! When his partisan accused of banditry, Stalin demanded an investigation into his activities and no one could say anything specifically! Here's how to work!
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    3. Proud.
      Proud. 24 February 2014 15: 06
      +3
      Quote: Semurg
      but Stalin indulged in this until he became a Bolshevik, then he began to carry out ex-terrorist attacks and banditry.

      Give an example of a terrorist attack and banditry. The only thing that is attributed to him, unsubstantiated, is the Tiflis "ex" of 1907. But, for some reason I cannot understand, the investigators of the Russian Empire, at the beginning of the last century, could not prove traces of such activities. And for criminality, banditry and terrorism, Stalin was not in exile. Probably there were bad snoopers, or he kept them on a "salary".
      1. dustycat
        dustycat 24 February 2014 17: 05
        -5
        There is one subtlety.
        Stalin was recruited by the Security Department.
        Plus in his "activity" only in the fact that real ideological patriots of the Russian Empire were recruited into the Okhranka - and a bandit or not is the tenth thing.
        How many "revolutionaries" he "fought" with funds from foreign funds (now they call it NCOs) handed over to the Security Department and the Political Investigator - it is now impossible to establish for certain - this was all in the case that Tukhachevsky and company took possession of in 1938. At the same time, the big question is how it got to them - during the intervention in Crimea, the entire archive of the security department got to the British, and this is also a fact.
        But nevertheless, a series of failures "underground" after exs followed regularly.
        1. Proud.
          Proud. 24 February 2014 23: 08
          +2
          Quote: dustycat
          Stalin was recruited by the Security Department.

          Garbage. Launched by emigrants of the 20-30s of the last century. Picked up by a certain "Sovietologist" Levin, in 1956, on the wave of Khrushchev's "Pravda-Matkinshina". .Well, well .., Russians should help each other (sarcasm) ... So, this is a lie that he posted in Life magazine, this fake (it was proved by those emigrants who retained their conscience, and later, after careful study of this opus, by other people), a kind of official note, from one gendarme to another. The so-called "Ereminsky letter". Which is pulled out regularly, when some figures start to fight, with the already dead STALIN. But the hypothesis why Tukhachevsky was shot is- SHEDERVA!
    4. nikcris
      nikcris 24 February 2014 18: 58
      0
      Yes Yes. When his dad was killed, he immediately turned up to Putin. Smell-pissed in sweatpants and shoes from "bosKi". Then Putin said to him: "It’s sad, we will find and punish!" Since then, the chick has sucked the paw of someone else's bear.
      PS I did not write such nonsense - all questions to the moderators !!! Tolerance is above all, even reason.
    5. allexx83
      allexx83 24 February 2014 23: 37
      0
      Stalin is Orthodox in origin and education. The Russian Federation and Chechnya have completely different levels of organization and management methods. But in the Lviv region of Kadyrov, the governor is DAAA. Let Sasha know little music there laughing
    6. Evgen_Vasilich
      Evgen_Vasilich 25 February 2014 00: 04
      0
      do you smoke?
  11. vlad.svargin
    vlad.svargin 24 February 2014 10: 19
    +13
    Therefore, most of the "horsemen" (at the genetic level), outside their autonomy, "work" only in trade and in crime, where there is no need to strain too much and only get impudent in a crowd, like their ancestors.
    1. KG_patriot_last
      KG_patriot_last 24 February 2014 15: 51
      +5
      Absolutely true characteristic, they were not marked by anything in the new Homeland except banditry. Relocation to Central Asia was a mistake for all parties. This led only to metatases throughout the Union.
  12. Terrible ensign
    Terrible ensign 24 February 2014 10: 30
    +15
    A good article is that everyone needs to know the story. Thanks to the author.
    1. dmb
      dmb 24 February 2014 11: 30
      0
      Well, how did you like this article? A set of stamps of the last time. I was born in the Chechen-Ingush ASSR and by the nature of my profession, I know about these events not by hearsay. I have a better account of the bandits than many. And the "wisdom and humanism" of Kadyrov, about which one of the commentators told, is well known to me. Samsonov in this article is no different from those who use the so-called double standards. Who will explain to me how the Chechen and Ingush bandits who rebelled against the Soviet regime, which carried out collectivization, differ from the "innocent" Don Cossacks, Antonovites, Makhnovists and Tambovites. It is worth recalling that the traitors from the SS Cossack corps and the Vlasov army did not give any grounds for the universal eviction of the inhabitants of the Rostov or Bryansk regions, and the Volga Germans and the Crimean Greeks do not fit into the "theory" of tribal relations as the basis for eviction. The only thing with which Samsonov cannot argue is with "If the USSR had existed for several more decades, the transition would have been completed. However, the USSR was destroyed. The North Caucasus and Central Asia did not manage to complete the transition to a more developed society, and a rapid rollback into the past began, archaization of social relations. " But the residents of these regions are to blame for this much less than Muscovites.
      1. SkiF_RnD
        SkiF_RnD 24 February 2014 22: 53
        +3
        Who will explain to me how the Chechen and Ingush bandits who rebelled against the Soviet regime, which carried out collectivization, differ from the "innocent" Don Cossacks


        How are Chechens different from Don? Oh you ----- Have you thought a bit before writing? Who else is Don on VO, why are you silent? And where do you think the Russian light cavalry recruited? Donets, Urals and steppes. Where were the Czechs? How was the country treated? What is the difference between the defenders of the borders of Russia and Christianity and the bandits from the mountains? Indeed, the same thing after all! The Czechs have been robbing for 150 years. Who evicted them? They tried to calm down. But in war desertion and robbery are not toys. It is punishable by death. Soviet power destroyed the Cossacks. A bearded bastards she relocated.
        1. dmb
          dmb 25 February 2014 08: 35
          -3
          And now, a boisterous young man, answer a few questions. So what is the difference between the bandits from among the Chechens and the bandits from among the Cossacks. I emphasize the bandits and traitors from the SS corps. The second is how you personally survived if the Soviet government destroyed the Cossacks. and from whom then the Cossack divisions were created, which hollowed that bullshit corps. At the same time, recall how many Cossacks were in the cavalry armies during the Civil War. I recommend not to skip history lessons at school and teach it not only from Svanidze’s films.
          1. SkiF_RnD
            SkiF_RnD 25 February 2014 12: 00
            +1
            I recommend not to skip history lessons at school and learn it not only from Svanidze’s films


            I recommend slowing down your ambition. I bet I know history as well as you do. And not from the history books. Moreover, not for films. This time. Two- "to destroy the Cossacks" does not mean to kill everyone. Many died. Land was taken from the rest, their way of life was destroyed. If the divisions were later called "Cossack", this does not mean that they were recruiting Cossacks. There are no more Cossacks. Thanks to the "red", who struck a blow to the Cossacks after the civil, in which the Cossacks were divided and fought for different sides, like most other classes. "The revived Cossacks" is just a memory of what happened. Almost all the villages on the Don are ordinary villages. The descendants of the Cossacks also live there, but they do not remember the customs. In the southern federal university there is such an elective, "Power and the Cossacks," in the first semester. Separate lectures are given. Do they speak differently in other regions? No, not destroyed? Have you disappeared yourself? The land of the Cossacks was distributed to the peasantry. Personally, I am an ordinary city dweller, from the point of view of the way of life. What does the Cossacks have to do with it?

            And the memory of the Civil was transmitted in families, so someone went to fight for the Nazis. Someone, it’s not about the Don, but about a certain number of people, including those from the Don. The article says clearly in Chechnya, treason was actually universal. And those who surrendered during the war? What about the Vlasovites? The regions where those soldiers came from are also as guilty as Chechnya? It was also necessary to punish not deserters and traitors, but all the inhabitants of those lands? Since the Czechs were evicted all? What is the difference between the Don and the Volga, Vladimir, Muscovites, in terms of participation in the Second World War? In Rostov, Germans shot children for sheltering wounded soldiers. In our center, nameplates are still hanging on houses. Also traitors? But how did ours fight for Don, at what cost did the Germans capture Rostov twice, who repelled their attacks and made knotruds? Exceptionally Great Roses? But there were no Don ones? So you answer the loud young man, what's the difference, Don and Chechnya, the same thing, right? You are your low-key post all the Don to the bandits, slave traders and terrorists equated.

            And now do not ask me new questions, but answer directly; is there no difference between the Don and Chechnya?
            1. dmb
              dmb 25 February 2014 12: 59
              -3
              And yet I recommend getting an education and at least a little bit of upbringing. This will at least teach you not to poke at strangers. It’s pointless to ask you questions, because you can’t answer them coherently, but continue to shout out slogans. As you yourself rightly noted, you obviously have nothing to do with the Cossacks in the Cossack way, the secret behind you is seven seals, and you draw your knowledge exclusively from the elective (I doubt that you know the meaning of this word).
              1. SkiF_RnD
                SkiF_RnD 25 February 2014 15: 22
                +2
                That's it. If my words are like slogans for you, you can continue to compare Don and Chechnya. If you looked at my comments, I could have noticed that I have a very complete idea of ​​politeness. Obviously, in your first post, you made me form such an idea about myself in which respect is out of the question. To my quite reasonable arguments, you answered completely pointlessly, refused to argue your position and moved on to the fact that I had no education. Again, my education is sufficient to discuss such topics. Yours, I don't know. It doesn't look like it yet.

                It makes no sense to ask you questions, because you cannot answer them coherently


                On the contrary, you are not able to answer. Reread again, where did you see your connected answers there, an educated old man?

                Who will explain to me how the Chechen and Ingush bandits who rebelled against the Soviet regime, which carried out collectivization, differ from the "innocent" Don Cossacks

                I have explained. Very emotional, since you dare to insult all my relatives and countrymen. Quite enough, for my taste, a base to flare up. But quite objectively. My answer is simple - Don fought for his country. Our grandfathers perished and defended their homeland. The Chechens polled sabotage, riots and prepared to help the invaders. This is a huge, insurmountable difference. Here is my answer. Emotionally? Yes. Pointless? No. What can you answer me? Nothing. You blamed the Don, but you can’t answer anything but
                And yet I recommend getting an education

                you obviously have nothing to do with the Cossacks


                You do not have. If I had, I would know where the Cossacks are now. And we go to their graves. And I recommend that you still get an education. Not one diploma, but one that is worldview based on a complete and objective view of reality. Where I draw my knowledge from is unknown to you. I propose not to make assumptions about my modest knowledge, because, in addition to appealing to you, politeness involves a lot more, as long as you talk about politeness.
                1. dmb
                  dmb 25 February 2014 19: 27
                  -2
                  Well, the fact that you are the cutest is not emotionally labile, that’s understandable. If you hardly perceive what your opponent said, this is of course a disaster, but with proper care, the matter is fixable. The favorite pastime of such nervous individuals is to distort what has been said when there is nothing to answer. It is you, not I who call all Chechens bandits and traitors. and all the inhabitants of the Don are patriots. I say that bandits and patriots were among those and among others. Chechen Nuradilov is buried on Mamaev Kurgan, Cossack Krasnov hanged. And this is fair. And if you already scream so much about the source from which you draw your knowledge, then it would be nice to label it. Take care of your upbringing. It is not customary for the Cossacks to poke elders; And this will also be fair.
                  1. SkiF_RnD
                    SkiF_RnD 25 February 2014 20: 29
                    0
                    The favorite pastime of such nervous individuals is to distort what has been said when there is nothing to answer.


                    You manage to talk about yourself, but pretend that you are talking about me.

                    It is you, not I who call all Chechens bandits and traitors. and all the inhabitants of the Don are patriots.


                    It's a lie. Show me where I wrote this, stable personality.

                    And the memory of the Civil was transmitted in families, so someone went to fight for the Nazis. Someone, it’s not about the Don, but about a certain number of people, including those from the Don. The article says clearly - in Chechnya, treason was actually universal.
                    Here are my words. Compare them with what you wrote, supposedly from my words.

                    The fact that in Chechnya the betrayal has taken on unlimited scope is a fact. This is what the article is about. This is what I say. There are no "all Chechens" in my words. There is a statement about the universal scale of betrayal. It will not work to count up to each person, and it is not necessary. While there is an opportunity to punish one, one will be punished. When the whole subdivision has to be punished, everyone is punished. When a whole people revolts, and even during a war, the people are punished. Don fought for the Motherland, not against it. Is not what i wrote. It is a fact. You compared Don and Chechnya, Cossacks and Chechen bandits. Those who, leaving tens and hundreds of thousands of people killed on the battlefields, defended Don and the Kuban, and the whole country, from the Nazis, and those who hit the Soviet Union in the hour of mortal danger. You still do not understand what utter nonsense was heating up? I perfectly understand what my opponent said. That is why I answer now in that tone.

                    I say that bandits and patriots were among those and among others. Chechen Nuradilov buried on Mamayev Kurgan, Cossack Krasnov hanged
                    You once again equated the Russians who defended their homeland and the bandits, among whom there were personalities loyal to the state. How old are you to me, sir ... and you, not senior. For your words you are supposed to have a foot in the face, and this, heaven sees, would be fair.

                    You scream so much about the source


                    What ?? What are you smoking there, stable?
                    1. dmb
                      dmb 26 February 2014 09: 46
                      0
                      "Bandits, among whom there were individuals loyal to the state," is very fresh. Well, if you are talking about Kadyrov and today's state, then we have no contradictions here. But with the period of the Civil War, you will clearly have problems. The Russian state was then represented by Soviet power. Cossacks Budyonny, Dumenko, Gorodovikov, Podtyolkov represented this power, and therefore there is no reason to consider them "bandits loyal to the government". Therefore, the bandits were representatives of the opposite side, well, there are all sorts of Skins and Krasnovs. I remember that these bandits were still actively flirting with the Germans and really wanted to tear the Don away from Russia. Further, the period of collectivization. Again, to call the Cossacks, who conducted state policy, bandits, the language will not turn, but the "brothers" who shot from the sawn-off shotguns at teachers and doctors clearly belong to them. Then these same "brothers" formed a bandit corps for the same Germans, regularly worked as informers for the Gestapo, and as punishers. And here we must pay tribute to the humanism of the Soviet government, which, if it did shoot them, was by no means all, but the most ardent ones, for which many thanks to her. However, the Soviet government did not evict everyone without exception.
                      1. SkiF_RnD
                        SkiF_RnD 26 February 2014 14: 51
                        0
                        But with the period of the Civil War, you will obviously have problems


                        You can and will. I do not have. It's about the Great Patriotic War. And your comparison is about her. My answer is about her. You merged, otmazyvatsya further what's the point You're talking about civil war now, why? Do you still think that the smartest, and I'm uneducated?

                        During the civil years, everyone fought against everyone; there was no legitimate authority. The Reds announced that they were giving the land of the Cossacks to the peasants. The revolutionaries who killed the king, it is not clear who and under whose leadership, gathered to deprive the Cossacks of their property. And how can a refusal to submit to a power that they never sworn be considered a betrayal? There was a bloody massacre. Unravel the tangle of those contradictions and find out who is who, you will not succeed. And no one will succeed. I mentioned civil as an occasion to eliminate the Cossacks. Speech about who was there with whom and for what fought did not relate to the conversation in any way. Why are you now repeating to me about another war, especially one in which the first candidates for the role of bandits is the red scum, which behaved no better than whites? You speak about civilian - remember that everyone was guilty there. And the interventionists, and anarchists, and nationalists, and monarchists, and communists. Cossacks do not stand out against the background of other forces in the sense of cruelty, the desire for separatism, or something else.

                        The article is about betrayal during the Great Patriotic War. In my native Rostov region, one in three of all who lived here diedstopping the advance of the Germans, refusing to help them, sheltering the wounded soldiers. In the Chechen-Ingush Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic in April 1942, military draft was canceled. So I ask you again, what is the difference between Don and Chechnya, stable? You begin to raise doubts not only in education, but in general in rationality.
                      2. dmb
                        dmb 26 February 2014 16: 09
                        0
                        Well, I also wrote about the Great Patriotic War, and if you read, only what is convenient for you, then this is purely your problems, the reasons for which I have already indicated above.
                      3. SkiF_RnD
                        SkiF_RnD 26 February 2014 21: 44
                        0
                        About the Great Patriotic War I carefully read and answered in detail. Your words are already pure demagogy.
      2. Lem
        Lem 26 February 2017 02: 17
        0
        Quote: dmb
        So what is the difference between the bandits from among the Chechens and the bandits from among the Cossacks.

        The lack of tribal relations, the mentality and the whole cultural matrix. And those measures that gave results in suppressing banditry in other places did not work here.
        And the war, min.
  • smersh70
    smersh70 24 February 2014 16: 58
    0
    Quote: Scary ensign
    A good article is that everyone needs to know the story. Thanks to the author.

    Yes, 30 times they discussed here ........ the Chechens do not have the Maidan’s chas, why discuss the article again wassat
  • apro
    apro 24 February 2014 11: 20
    +9
    The biggest injustice is their return from places that are not so distant.
  • slavik_gross
    slavik_gross 24 February 2014 12: 00
    +1
    This topic is very brilliant for me. I lived in Chechnya for 19 years of my birth. Yes, among the Chechens were the heroes of Khompash Naradilov (maybe the name or surname is not exactly what the letters are) who I remember, but there were also traitors. My grandfather told him there was a friend of Ingush, and in a place they went to the mountains for wild garlic, Grandfather went first, and Ingush followed him. He stopped Grandfather and said - Misha, you better follow me, otherwise I would like to get a knife and stick it in your back ... They were teenagers and lived in the station. Trinity ChIASSR. And after the war they were friends, and he told Grandfather that the Ingush were preparing a “white horse with a golden bridle for Hitler ...” I also had friends and Chechens and Ingush, but unfortunately they were few ...
  • stoqn477
    stoqn477 24 February 2014 12: 17
    +2
    Fair or not, you know her. If they hit me in the back and I would send them to the end of the world. The fact is that, obviously, you have not solved the problems with them. There is something wild in every person, but they obviously have more than that. If Arabs continue to invest in the region, problems will continue.
  • sdv68
    sdv68 24 February 2014 12: 25
    +6
    They did everything right. Although the kindness of the Stalinist leadership in relation to criminals is amazing.



    And in the subject.




  • Oblomoffff
    Oblomoffff 24 February 2014 12: 38
    +4
    to re-education and right now
  • Lelek
    Lelek 24 February 2014 12: 55
    +2
    In my opinion, there is no need to confuse the people and the "elite". In modern Russia, in cities and towns, in most cases at the trough of power are bribes, thieves, and often outright bandits who rob this very PEOPLE, regardless of nationality. request
  • rasputin17
    rasputin17 24 February 2014 13: 05
    0
    Good article!!! Many thanks to the author !! It is a pity that modern management does not want to recall these lessons and draw conclusions! Because of their shortsightedness and sometimes outright betrayal, many of our guys laid their heads in Chechen companies! In most cases, since then nothing has changed either in the behavior or in the foundations of this people, stuck in their development and not infrequently in thinking somewhere at the beginning of the underdeveloped feudal system.
  • iva12936
    iva12936 24 February 2014 13: 07
    +5
    For some reason, the Russian people take everything calmly enough, + almost always every man for himself, in order to raise a certain number of people to fight back, it is necessary that the cup of patience overflows 20 times. Unlike Asians, Caucasians, we do not want to help our own people, even if not relatives, but it's a pity. We are strong in unity. With regard to the article, everything is correct, the one who writes that everything is wrong, it is a pity that they were evicted, etc. , I have never been to Chechnya and did not see everything that happened there, and did not communicate with the "representatives" of the Chechen Republic at home. Humpback, shovel, grave. This is the only way to fix them.
  • werewolf
    werewolf 24 February 2014 14: 00
    +6
    in November 1941, the "Chechen-Mountain National Socialist Underground Organization" was established. Its leader was Mayrbek Sheripov. The son of the tsarist officer and the younger brother of the Civil War hero Aslanbek Sheripov, Mayrbek joined the CPSU (B.), And was arrested in 1938 for anti-Soviet propaganda, but in 1939 he was released for lack of evidence of guilt.
    All poor Jugashvilli is shaking that he shot left and right. I was in the museum of the Ministry of Internal Affairs in Leningrad there a guide about 6 years ago worked as a former UIS colonel (pensioner), he told us in a private conversation how Lenka Panteleeva shot an intern with a fright.
    And by the nature of his activity, he met with the former Chekists more than once, and so they told him that in those days (37 years old), God forbid, make a mistake and put the innocent in prison. Himself in his place you sit in places not so distant
  • KG_patriot_last
    KG_patriot_last 24 February 2014 16: 13
    +1
    For a Chechen, first of all, his people are more important, hence the power of lawlessness towards other nations that are not among the people by their understanding. Secondary signs follow from this: protection of the homeland and religion + demographic redundancy. And their contacts with others who want to help (Arabs), help them with mercenaries (Arabs) and so on. Putin then cut this knot with the appointment of a local king and broad autonomy. But what Semiurg offers - to make him the leader of the Russian Federation, this will not work for the same reason. He is he because Kadyrov is in his place at his level. On another level there will be a failure
  • Leshka
    Leshka 24 February 2014 18: 04
    0
    Now the same thing needs to be done, or else they’ve completely sat on the neck
  • Alexey Prikazchikov
    Alexey Prikazchikov 24 February 2014 18: 28
    +1
    Too slippery topic guys I do not advise to rekindle I seriously. Let at least after 2 wars more and more settle down. We need to grind each other again. And then on a cold head loot through 40 and discuss this issue.
    1. SkiF_RnD
      SkiF_RnD 24 February 2014 23: 00
      +2
      Who needs? Us? What for? Or them? And you there "drive" to visit. Ask on the street who will tell you what. Maybe they will advise what, not to kindle, for example. I have not been to Chechnya. Only in Ossetia, Vladik and Mozdok. And if the Ossetians so (I won’t specify in any case, who of the young lives there knows) they belong to the Russians in their republic, I don’t even want to know how in Chechnya this is. If you think there forget start, you are seriously mistaken.
      1. Chizg
        Chizg 10 March 2014 21: 40
        0
        Excuse me, how do Ossetians relate to Russians in Ossetia?
      2. Vikxnumx
        Vikxnumx 6 November 2018 19: 14
        0
        Remember only one word - teip.
        It all rests on. Strong teip everyone respects! Well and further on a saying ...
  • makeev.dmitry
    makeev.dmitry 24 February 2014 18: 29
    +2
    key in the article: they were not transferred to punishment, but to re-education. How else can you break the tribal age-old foundations? pull out of the middle ages?
  • Technologist
    Technologist 24 February 2014 18: 30
    +1
    Quote: Ossetian.
    Collect in Siberia for re-education


    And then we have few of them, but to master the New Siberian Islands - this is the matter.
  • Black
    Black 24 February 2014 19: 19
    +1
    Chechen banditry was raised by the Bolsheviks. The Bolsheviks banally used the Chechens and Ingush as a tool in the fight against the Kuban Cossacks, giving rise to a monster, for "under the tsar" it was the Cossacks who were essentially lifelong pacifiers of the Caucasus.
    1. ramsi
      ramsi 24 February 2014 20: 00
      +1
      and BEFORE the Bolsheviks they were white and fluffy? ..
      1. 2я19
        2я19 24 February 2014 21: 33
        +3
        Before the Bolsheviks, there were Cossacks who supported the Chechens in a "barely barely" state.
      2. Black
        Black 25 February 2014 00: 30
        +2
        Quote: ramsi
        Lieutenant colonel
        ramsi RU Yesterday, 20:00 ↑

        and BEFORE the Bolsheviks they were white and fluffy? ..


        Before the Bolsheviks, they were kept by the Cossack Line like wild cattle in the mountains; no one allowed the "eagles" to enter the plain.
  • kind
    kind 24 February 2014 19: 43
    +1
    On February 23, 1944, the operation “Lentil” began: the deportation of Chechens and Ingush “for aiding the fascist invaders” from the territory of the Chechen-Ingush Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic (CHIASSR) to Central Asia and Kazakhstan.

    Do not shit the neighbors! Everything was right! Only from the link they did not need to be returned. They would have made Chechen autonomy in the northern regions of Yakutia.
  • polkovnik manuch
    polkovnik manuch 24 February 2014 20: 47
    0
    Colleagues! I advise you to read Evgeny Chebalin's novel "The Corporal's Harem" - where all this is described.
  • BOB48
    BOB48 24 February 2014 20: 56
    +2
    To Siberia is not necessary! Siberia is not a garbage dump for Moscow! - we still have no railroad to Yakutsk! Let them build!
  • 2я19
    2я19 24 February 2014 21: 30
    +2
    Samsonov Alexander, where were you twenty years ago? Similar articles were needed before the first war, like a spoon for dinner.
  • cobalt
    cobalt 24 February 2014 22: 00
    0
    1) cultural backwardness; 2) semi-wild manners of mountaineers, prone to easy profit; 3) the economic backwardness of the mountain economy; 4) lack of solid local power and political education.
    In my opinion, nothing has changed since then.
  • Nayhas
    Nayhas 24 February 2014 22: 14
    -5
    Samsonov Alexander, to put it mildly, a bad person. You wrote an abomination to please people like you.
    1. pRofF
      pRofF 24 February 2014 23: 59
      +1
      Hmm. And what, in fact, is the "abomination"? Facts and realities are described. Everything is clear and to the point. In such a case as the analysis of betrayal - tolerance or other liberal-democratic nonsense should not be. The author is a plus.
  • valokordin
    valokordin 24 February 2014 22: 51
    +3
    Yes, the great man was Lavrenty Pavlovich, statesman, zealous executor, head of the atomic project. His outstanding role in organizing the defense of the Caucasus, as a representative of the Supreme Command Headquarters, has just been little described in history. As for the eviction of small nationalities, it was easier, more humane, than to destroy the population during the sweeps. Chechens are like Indians in America. They understand only power, and where they appear good, one does not have to wait. In the group they are strong and impudent. Separately, pleasant hospitable people. And even many are talented. Only the Soviet government after the war could pacify this violent tribe, they held out until the traitors of the country, led by Yeltsin, destroyed it and, to draw the Chechen bandits to their side, sent Shakhrai there, who removed Zavgayev from power and transferred weapons through the unfortunate Grachev Dudaev, who was still betraying in Afghanistan. There is no number of traitors in our Great Russia. And then Stalin used repression, and how many died in the current democracy.
  • marader555
    marader555 24 February 2014 23: 01
    +2
    Correct article !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • nomad74
    nomad74 25 February 2014 05: 44
    0
    Quote: DPN
    I liked the article, thanks for the educational program. And human rights activists in the mountains for re-education, let them live 2-3 years with them, and not in Moscow apartments.

    Those human rights activists who have visited them in the mountains have not lived for a long time! Example: Politkovskaya
  • Egor.nic
    Egor.nic 25 February 2014 13: 35
    -5
    The article is not so much about the Chechens, but about the vile killer of the Russian people - Stalin and his supporters.
    The author uses the Jewish principle of clashing his foreheads on interethnic, domestic political and even intra-family relations.
    And his interest lies elsewhere .....
    By an internal principle, the author does not tolerate objections to himself and requires obedience from others. And that's not all....
    1. pRofF
      pRofF 25 February 2014 16: 07
      +2
      Who are you trying to convince more? Yourself or others? It seems more than myself. Very much all your biliberd - I can not find another word - resembles the mantras and incantations of our racially liberal "community". Therefore, I advise you - before spanking outright nonsense - to familiarize yourself with the facts and history - so as not to present yourself as idiots and ignoramuses. In what I wish you success.
    2. Ddhal
      Ddhal 27 February 2014 20: 19
      0
      Egor, One more thing?
  • Abwehr
    Abwehr 26 February 2014 03: 47
    0
    Dogs bark the caravan is coming.
  • Ddhal
    Ddhal 27 February 2014 20: 16
    0
    An undergrown weed will certainly sprout.
  • demotivator
    demotivator 28 February 2014 09: 38
    +1
    If the local society did not support Hitler's accomplices and bandits, then the first collaborators would have been handed over by the locals themselves (or surrendered to the authorities). However, the Chechens deliberately went into conflict with the authorities, and Moscow punished them. Everything is reasonable and logical - it is necessary to answer for crimes. The decision was fair and even somewhat soft.

    State Committee of Defense.
    Comrade To Stalin. February 26, 1944
    The operation to evict Chechens and Ingush is proceeding normally. By the evening of February 25, 342 thousand 647 people were loaded into the railway echelons. From the loading station 86 trains were sent to the places of new resettlement.
    Beria

    From a report to the People's Commissar of Internal Affairs of the USSR Union L. Beria
    29 February 1944 city
    From Alma-Ata.
    The preparation for the reception and resettlement of special migrants in the Kazakh SSR on February 25 was basically completed. Special settlers are resettled on collective farms by 309000 people, on state farms - 42000 people, in enterprises - 49000 people. 1590 vehicles, 57 thousand vehicles, 103 tractors were mobilized for delivery.
    In the areas of settlements, 145 district and 375 village special commandant offices of the NKVD were organized with 1358 people. states.
    Nasedkin Bogdanov

    How many times have we heard "accusatory" speeches against the Stalinist policy of moving peoples from the front line! The accusatory talkers strove to present these deportations as the height of villainy and outrage, letting themselves into overexposure, and sometimes even outright manipulation, trying to convince everyone that Stalin had accomplished something that went beyond the normal practice of wartime, as well as the normal attitude towards ethnic groups. his country that Stalin did evil deeds.
    In the thick shadow remained the issue of deportations to the United States, which occurred at the same time. And although there was no military action in the United States, and therefore there was no real need to take such harsh measures, in fact, there was, but the American authorities arranged the deportation of the Japanese from California, and it was carried out by more cruel and cynical methods than Stalin's deportations from the frontline.
    An interesting point is the fact that although the displaced peoples suffered from the Stalinist forced resettlement, of course, they were removed from the battle front, which of course saved some of their lives. So, the issue of Soviet deportations is not so simple, but regarding the forced displacement of the Japanese in the United States, everything, alas, is too unambiguous and unflattering, unflattering for America. This is a shameful page in the history of the United States, this is a real crime of the regime.
  • demon184
    demon184 28 February 2014 11: 28
    0
    There are no bad nationalities, there are bad people. It is necessary to educate your people from a young age, and we have removed the pioneers, the Komsomol have been removed, and now we are amazed at why we have such youth. Bandera youth for summer camps dragged for several years before pulling to the Maidan.
  • Shadowcat
    Shadowcat 28 February 2014 14: 28
    0
    The only thing that the article does not agree with is the regional-geographical division of relations. Otherwise, this is so.

    It’s good to be a humanist lying on a sofa far from the front of the problem and seeing it only on TV.
  • maroder555
    maroder555 2 March 2014 19: 20
    0
    Correct article
    1. Qarachai
      Qarachai 11 May 2018 23: 07
      -1
      I read the article. I became a Russophobe.
      You justify the genocide of peoples .. subscribe to every death of my Karachay-Balkarian (Alanian), Ingush Chechen, Tatar and others.
      I see in you potential people who are ready to kill children and women .. who approve of the death and torment of my relatives in Asia ..
      With "smart" speeches, you portray yourself as know-it-all.
      I even disdain you to spread the facts about not contributing personally to the victory of the USSR to my Karachai-Balkar people .. because you will not learn anything .. since they are unable to adequately analyze the data ...
      Be proud of your culture and type of humanity, having given birth to your parents in nursing homes, and having walked up children in orphanages ... and dare to condemn the genocide ... none of you have the courage to defend this your point of view in court or simply to express in person ..thereby it is you jackals and hypocrites and cowards, as the article described my neighboring people ... with such an attitude towards fellow citizens of second Hitler you will not survive
      1. Vikxnumx
        Vikxnumx 6 November 2018 19: 07
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        oh, do not tell me, where did you get the "download" of the very first "gas chambers"?
        And how many conscripts from Chechen-Ingushetia reached the front in 7-1941?
  • ffylh
    ffylh 25 March 2014 20: 54
    +1
    There was such a correspondent NTV (I’m sorry I don’t remember my last name), who called the Chechens the sufferers, and the Russian soldiers as occupants, and this lasted until, during the next interview, the spirits seized her and demanded a ransom (she was lucky that she was the circle was not allowed, but it was necessary!),
    Your info is incorrect !!! Her name is Lenka Masyuk !! I personally know! And in the first and second she saw and talked. Was Basayev’s mistress! In the second company, we came to Hattun with the OSCE, the real STERVA !!! But we then divorced her beautifully, and failed to prove anything!
  • Chechenec
    Chechenec 31 March 2018 01: 35
    +1
    I read this article and of course it really pains me that some scum, as merciless and insidious as his ancestors, deporting an entire nation, sat and printed this confusion! I read the comments and was even more disappointed. You know, life is a boomerang, what you did to the Chechens should come back to you in any case ... The same tragedy in Kemerovo, children died! It really hurts me for them, but I understand that this is a boomerang effect, it will still be ... This is God's punishment! The article says that during the operation lentils, killed more than 700 people. You know, cursed be the one who wrote this article, who posted this article, who supports this article, may your children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren be cursed! May your tribe pursue unhappiness! In one village of Khaibakh, these damned barbarians, who are now rotting in their graves in eternal torment, drove more than 700 people into the barn, locked the gates and set it on fire! During the operation, more than 200 thousand Chechen civilians were killed !!! Let your heads rot in life if you believe in this article and support it! I read komenty and am ready to cut each of you into small pieces and feed you to pigs! What would you become a shit of a pig, since you deserve nothing else! Nothing, we are patient, life will put everything in its place. We will find out who is right and who is wrong ... and I wish you eternal torment, from this day on I will pray in my prayers that God cursed you and your family!
  • Vikxnumx
    Vikxnumx 6 November 2018 19: 03
    0
    The highlanders themselves then knew why they were being punished. So, then the following rumors circulated among the local population: “The Soviet government will not forgive us. We do not serve in the army, do not work in collective farms, do not help the front, do not pay taxes, banditry is everywhere. Karachays were evicted for this — and they would evict us. ”

    It was just that the law had to act!
    Direct accomplices - count!
    accomplices and accomplices - to rest against the wall, since you can’t hang ...
    dumb person, and the problem disappears ...
  • Khanpasha
    Khanpasha 12 September 2019 13: 55
    0
    Hello! I want to call you to the mind, the mind! Delete this article and all comments below it. Become 282 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation, become serious and will entail very serious consequences for the author and so on in the chain ... Although you are well-read people working as authors in the history section you allow yourself to incite ethnic strife, justify the act recognized as genocide, taking into account the false arguments of the NKVD and other accomplices of violence against the peoples of the USSR ... I decided to inform you and ask you to correct your mistakes and not become a defendant in such a serious article. I am waiting for your reply, without receiving an answer within an hour, the application will be put on the table of the prosecutor.
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