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The stereotype “domestic means bad” is becoming a thing of the past

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The stereotype “domestic means bad” is becoming a thing of the past



Surely, many people remember how in the times of perestroika, Western smuggled goods like chewing gum, sneakers and jeans were valued. And the owners of imported tape recorders, televisions and video recorders were objects of universal envy. The quality mark of the USSR was a confirmation of the highest quality of goods, but what a sin to conceal, in the sphere of consumer goods and household appliances, the USSR was inferior to capitalist countries both in quality and quantity. This is due to the fact that the priorities of the country's industry were the tasks of defense and development of the national economy, and in these areas we were ahead of the rest.

After the collapse of the Soviet Union at the beginning of the 90s, consumer goods from the West rushed into Russia. Gum, "sneakers", spirit "Piano", "Coca-Cola", "Marlboro", jeans and sneakers "Adidas" became available to all. Despite the impoverishment of the population, many, postponing money for years, became the owners of the coveted Japanese two-cassettes, telephones and video players, and especially enterprising citizens got used cars.

Domestic products could only compete due to their low prices. But here the first and most significant blow was dealt to the domestic manufacturer. It was inflicted by consumers - by its contempt for everything domestic, “sovokomu” and admiration for imported brands and labels. The second blow was the destruction of cooperative ties between the production and suppliers of components, raw materials, etc., found themselves in new economic conditions and often on different sides of the borders of the states formed from the former Soviet republics. As a result, many industries did not withstand these blows and ceased to exist. The same fate befell agriculture and the military industry, which suddenly became unnecessary in the new liberal democratic realities. The collective farms were abolished, and only a few of the enterprises of the military industrial complex survived, interrupting themselves with export orders.

In the 2000-e years much has changed. Incomes and consumption opportunities of the population increased compared to 90-mi years, and most of the needs were met: the population appeared tape recorders, televisions, Vidic, washing machines, computers, cell phones, cars, etc. Many have even embarked on the western path of superconsumption: when a thing is bought, not because it is necessary, but because it is possible to change the model to a newer one, not always much better technically, but usually with a more stylish and trendy design or a more prestigious brand. .

In the same 2000-s, domestic production gradually began to rise from the ashes, somewhere on the basis of Soviet enterprises, somewhere from scratch. People began to produce something, because the Soviet legacy is not so easy to destroy. The Soviet education system was preparing from a human creator, and not a thoughtless consumer, who does not wonder where things he consumes comes from. It was thanks to this intellectual groundwork, which the Soviet educational system put into the minds of people, that production and agriculture began to recover - despite the destructive policies pursued by the authorities.

By the middle of the 2000s, government officials thought about restoring production, mainly in the light of the problems of food, economic and military security. Finally, it was understood that the enemies who became “partners” did not treat us better, but only changed the levers of pressure from the military to economic. Efforts were made to restore the destroyed chains of cooperation, mainly in the defense industry, and other necessary (but still insufficient) steps were taken. An increasing percentage of foodstuffs was produced in Russia, although often with imported equipment and foreign technologies. Assembly production of cars and household appliances were also organized in Russia. The second phase, which continues to this day, is the development of instrumental and engineering production. This is necessary for the full cycle of manufacturing goods and mastering all technological processes: when both the design, and the creation of equipment for the production of components, and the final assembly will be carried out at domestic enterprises. The third phase (in connection with the transition of foreign "partners" from soft forms of economic pressure to direct economic aggression in the form of trade wars and the imposition of sanctions) should obviously happen nationalization of financial assets of enterprises owned by foreign investors, or expropriation, followed by privatization domestic shareholders.

For an increasing majority of the country's population, goods produced in Russia are becoming more and more attractive. This is especially true of food. It came to people that imported food products are made using a large number of different food additives, preservatives and dyes, designed to improve the appearance and shelf life of the product, but often unhealthy. Therefore, the demand for natural products is growing, and the demand for various semi-finished products and fast food has a tendency to decrease. There has also been a turning point in the field of industrial goods, thanks to changes in the mass consciousness and waste from well-known stereotypes (domestic goods are supposedly inferior in quality and less prestigious). Not in all areas, of course, the domestic manufacturer has caught up with the foreign one, especially with regard to automobiles and electronics. But on these fronts there is progress and a good start. Most importantly, the stereotype “domestic = bad” is a thing of the past.

The West has returned to waging a cold war against us and is putting economic and military-political pressure on our country. In light of recent events, this is already obvious. In this regard, the duty of every patriotic citizen is to make a feasible contribution to the development of the economy of the Motherland and cause economic damage to the enemy.

1. It is necessary to abandon superconsumption, which is expressed in the purchase of goods not due to necessity, but following fashion, advertising, the desire to become the owner of a well-known brand, etc.

2. Do not take consumer loans that stimulate overconsumption.

3. If you have free means, then it is better to invest their organization of their own production, in scientific research, in their own education, in the education of their children, in expanding their horizons through traveling and communicating with new people, rather than spending them on overconsumption and senseless pursuit of fashion and brands .

4. Support domestic producers by buying Russian products and goods. If possible, completely abandon the purchase of imported goods, and if there is no domestic alternative, then buy products manufactured only by countries that are friendly or even neutral to us, for example, goods from the countries of the Customs Union, South Korea, China, India, Vietnam, Brazil , Argentina etc.

5. Refuse to travel to countries pursuing unfriendly policies towards our state: the United States, EU countries, Georgia, etc.

6. To carry out explanatory and ideological work among relatives, friends and colleagues on the topic of how important it is to follow these rules in the current economic and geopolitical conditions.
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  1. Lantau
    Lantau 13 March 2014 06: 39
    +27
    People came to understand that imported food products are made using various food additives and dyes, designed to improve the appearance and duration of storage of goods, but often harmful to health.

    For me personally, domestic food is a priority! I try to buy only domestic manufacturers.
    1. TEODOR
      TEODOR 13 March 2014 06: 46
      +11
      1. It is necessary to abandon superconsumption, which is expressed in the purchase of goods not due to necessity, but following fashion, advertising, the desire to become the owner of a well-known brand, etc.

      2. Do not take consumer loans that stimulate overconsumption.

      3. If you have free means, then it is better to invest their organization of their own production, in scientific research, in their own education, in the education of their children, in expanding their horizons through traveling and communicating with new people, rather than spending them on overconsumption and senseless pursuit of fashion and brands .

      4. Support domestic producers by buying Russian products and goods. If possible, completely abandon the purchase of imported goods, and if there is no domestic alternative, then buy products manufactured only by countries that are friendly or even neutral to us, for example, goods from the countries of the Customs Union, South Korea, China, India, Vietnam, Brazil , Argentina etc.

      5. Refuse to travel to countries pursuing unfriendly policies towards our state: the United States, EU countries, Georgia, etc.

      6. To carry out explanatory and ideological work among relatives, friends and colleagues on the topic of how important it is to follow these rules in the current economic and geopolitical conditions.
      Hit on geyropeyskom capitalism support domestic producer
      1. Canep
        Canep 13 March 2014 08: 35
        +11
        I bought a TV set in 2005 and am not going to change it, we watch the news on it, "My Planet", and my son - football. Everything else is on the computer, and for me it is like a turning machine, priority number 1. We have imported products in Kazakhstan only chicken legs from Matrasia, and imported packaged products in 90% from Russia, Chinese products the further the less. Made in Russia is already a brand for us. Vegetables from the south of Kazakhstan, potatoes are mainly from Russia, but there are also some of their own. Watermelons are sometimes brought from Uzbekistan in summer, but most of them are of their own.

        It would not hurt the Russians to support not only their farmers but also Kazakhstani ones.
        1. GrayL
          GrayL 13 March 2014 09: 52
          +4
          I think at the moment many Russians consider Kazakhstan as part of Russia, well, I hope the Kazakhs Russia as part of their country ... (Well, Belarus was most lucky))))))
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    3. Alez
      Alez 13 March 2014 07: 05
      +31
      For people to buy domestic products, they need a law equivalent to GOST.
      You noticed that on all food products, they write what is made of, but they do not write where the raw materials are produced and in what percentage ratio the components are among themselves.
      My vision is the following, for example, take a sausage, should be indicated:
      Meat (Arentina) -10%
      Soya (America) GMO !!!! - 85%.
      Monosodium glutamate (China) -0,5%. Etc. in percentage terms, the consumer knowing what is produced, where it is produced, and how it is produced, He himself will choose the best and better.
      And for breaking the law, to impose fines on suppliers and manufacturers, if the foreign producer, up to the ban on the supply of products for a certain time.
      1. nokki
        nokki 13 March 2014 08: 01
        +8
        That's right! The years after "perestroika" became simply disastrous for the quality of Russian products. Unfortunately, our manufacturers have learned from the Chinese and Western "partners" to boutique whatever they hit.

        You just need DRAGON measures! After all, we are talking about the health of the nation!
      2. from punk
        from punk 13 March 2014 08: 27
        0
        Quote: Alez
        Monosodium glutamate

        But what do you know about him and why is it harmful? Is it proved?
        1. Dazdranagon
          Dazdranagon 13 March 2014 09: 11
          +3
          Quote: punk
          Quote: Alez
          Monosodium glutamate
          But what do you know about him and why is it harmful? Is it proved?
          - if possible, it is better to refuse it - causes blindness and dulls taste buds. hi
    4. jjj
      jjj 13 March 2014 07: 27
      +6
      Quote: Lantau
      I try to buy only domestic manufacturers.

      And not just domestic, but also local: fish, meat, vegetables, milk, bread, pastry
    5. dark_65
      dark_65 13 March 2014 07: 40
      +3
      You clearly know what and how they are made? How many substitutes are added? What is the percentage of sausage-pork, beef, vegetable, animal protein, and what is it?
      The purchase price and production of milk, butter? The content of unnecessary additives in our bird? The number of berries and fruits in yogurt? .. chocolate in sweets?
      Until it is written that, where, by whom, the percentage, and most importantly, considerable amounts of fines for this, you can only trust your grandmothers in the village.
      Or do you think our manufacturers are so honest?
    6. Soldier
      Soldier 13 March 2014 07: 50
      +4
      Quote: Lantau
      For me personally, domestic food is a priority!
      I agree. Vodka-bread-meat-sausage-pasta and everything else in practice, I take Russian. Rest, so we have Altai nearby. Next year we are going to the Crimea, if ours is.
    7. Horde
      Horde 13 March 2014 08: 30
      0
      A turning point was also observed in the field of industrial goods - thanks to changes in the mass consciousness and a departure from well-known stereotypes (domestic goods seem to be worse in quality and less prestigious). Not in all areas, of course, the domestic manufacturer caught up with the foreign one, especially for cars and electronics, but there are successes and a good backlog on these fronts. Most importantly, the stereotype “domestic = bad” is a thing of the past.


      another chatter, what goods does Russia produce of good, competitive quality? I bought expensive Bryansk boots 4.5 thousand rubles after 2 months the top came off and the sole cracked, damn what. All the manufactured goods are Chinese, the electronics are Chinese, what is the article about? And prices are rising and rising and rising ...
    8. Doctorleg
      Doctorleg 13 March 2014 10: 27
      +1
      Quote: Lantau
      People came to understand that imported food products are made using various food additives and dyes, designed to improve the appearance and duration of storage of goods, but often harmful to health.

      For me personally, domestic food is a priority! I try to buy only domestic manufacturers.

      Do you carefully read the composition of domestic products? Very disappointed in the domestic manufacturer. They are as hungry for profits as Westerners. Just the other day, I chose boiled sausage for breakfast - from an infinite number in Auchan I could only choose 2 without a taste improver, and then at 400 rubles per kilo. And the fact that all Western products are made using chemistry is written only by one who has not been, for example, in Italy and Spain and has not tried Parma ham or jamon, their vegetables and fruits, etc. Yes, it is more expensive than products with chemicals, but the same situation is with us, which is more natural, then very expensive. And no one knows where it is even more expensive - with us or with them
    9. And Us Rat
      And Us Rat 13 March 2014 14: 47
      0
      Quote: Lantau
      People came to understand that imported food products are made using various food additives and dyes, designed to improve the appearance and duration of storage of goods, but often harmful to health.

      For me personally, domestic food is a priority! I try to buy only domestic manufacturers.


      Patriotism is certainly laudable, but it should also be manifested by the authorities, too, and not with empty slogans and appeals, but with actions for the good of the country and population. request

      The Rosselkhoznadzor recently summed up the results of the 2013 year, and the results, frankly, are puzzling. It turns out that domestic products are 2,5 times more harmful than imported ones. Judging by the results of inspections, hazardous substances are contained in 3,7% of imported goods, and low-quality Russian products that can cause poisoning occupy 9,2% of the market. This applies to fish, and dairy, and meat products.

      Why is this so? Experts say that a completely intolerant situation has arisen due to the lack of coordination in the work of numerous supervisory agencies, the imperfection and excessive liberality of current legislation, the large volume of black and gray food markets and the clash of purely material interests of individual regions.

      The veterinary service of Russia is now divided as it were into two levels: the federal level - Rosselkhoznadzor, which is subordinate to the Ministry of Agriculture, and the veterinary services of 83 subjects of the Federation.

      As the assistant to the head of Rosselkhoznadzor Alexey Alekseenko said, the supervisor, despite the fact that this is a federal service, is very limited in its rights. Having discovered violations in the quality of products, he can only inform the regional veterinary services of the subject where the goods were produced about the identified shortcomings.

      These veterinarians directly depend on the favorable disposition of the leadership of the region, republic or territory. “Veterinary services try to support enterprises, their actions are often dictated by the economy of the region, because services are formed by governors,” Alekseenko explains. “And the unified control system was lost in the 2011 year.”
  2. Sibiriya
    Sibiriya 13 March 2014 06: 40
    +11
    I propose to put a large daw on our products so that it can be seen right away
    and on the price tags supermarkets oblige
    so that people do not lose time in vain))
    1. calocha
      calocha 13 March 2014 07: 06
      +6
      It is necessary to revive the quality mark! So that goods with such symbols will be accepted by the whole WORLD! You can start with Kalashnik.
      1. alex-s
        alex-s 13 March 2014 12: 09
        +1
        It is necessary to revive the mandatory standardization and certification!
        1. GRune
          GRune 13 March 2014 14: 58
          0
          Standardization is required. I heard that in the Soviet Union the lines for packing cigarettes in wartime could be used for the production of cartridges ...
  3. ya.seliwerstov2013
    ya.seliwerstov2013 13 March 2014 06: 40
    +12
    I agree with the Author. EVERYONE should contribute to the development of his country.
  4. Andrey Yuryevich
    Andrey Yuryevich 13 March 2014 06: 44
    +9
    3. If you have free funds, it is better to invest their organization of their own production, good great thought! BUT! the native tax office strictly forbids such a production to live ... sad
    1. sergey32
      sergey32 13 March 2014 07: 39
      +1
      This is a myth, much higher for the production of high interest on loans and high prices of power engineers.
      1. Andrey Yuryevich
        Andrey Yuryevich 13 March 2014 19: 10
        +1
        Sergey32, I certainly exaggerated, though there is a truth in your words, BUT the general essence is this: everyone chokes their own production! and energy, and gas workers, and public utilities and .. and ... and .... in general, everyone is not lazy! (I hope you will not argue with this) hi
    2. Walk
      Walk 13 March 2014 07: 47
      +2
      You shouldn’t be so. I have several good friends who have opened their production, and no tax is strangling them. And taxes from production will be less than from resales. The only problem is that the initial capital for production needs much more.
  5. Name
    Name 13 March 2014 06: 46
    +4
    Welcome all!
    Quote: Lantau
    For me personally, domestic food is a priority!

    I support, because of the "hillock" in the goods, nothing but bright packaging and the complete tastelessness of the product. hi
  6. Native grandfather
    Native grandfather 13 March 2014 06: 49
    +7
    Yes, everything is written correctly about the Union and its collapse. I remember my first "video deuce" Toshiba. As for the appeal, I support. And moreover, for a long time already. True, I try to buy food not for political reasons, but for reasons of health for me, my children and grandchildren. And then there is only one choice - OURS. And I ride mainly in Russian cities and not even resort ones. But with cars, our auto industry is far from in the first place. I prefer Japan. By the way, I'm going to go to India. Take a ride through its backwaters, monuments of cultural history, see how ordinary Indians live. If I'm lucky, I'll drop by Tibet.
    1. Walk
      Walk 13 March 2014 07: 53
      +1
      Now, at least in Siberia, on the shelves of ordinary supermarkets there are much more of our products. I personally buy from the import only alcohol (wine, rum, gin) and olives. Everything else is only Russian, and I try to take only my region and neighboring ones.
  7. Lk17619
    Lk17619 13 March 2014 06: 51
    +6
    Well, finally, the truth began to reach our people: not all the gold that glitters ...
  8. Fess
    Fess 13 March 2014 06: 56
    +4
    I agree with the author. I try to buy goods only of Russian origin. Sometimes I overdo it - the day before yesterday I went around 3 stores for a Russian-made T-shirt, I killed 2 hours of time. We have everything for our own production! Let our goods are often worse than imported ones, but if they are not taken, they will not become better! They will take it - the manufacturer will have money - it will develop, improve the range, quality! I urge everyone - look for Russian goods!
  9. siberalt
    siberalt 13 March 2014 06: 56
    +10
    It is time to moderate the appetites of banks. The first edition of the Code of Civil Procedure of the Russian Federation still contained provisions that interest on a loan cannot exceed the amount of the loan itself. Now only interest can enslave for decades.
    All points are good, but how to fulfill them if the state does not have an ideology. Enemy advertising rushes from all the cracks. From childhood, young people have their brains on one side. There is no informational norm as a certain reference point. The state needs to have its own media outlets not biased by business. Otherwise, we will continue to learn to "live healthy" from the Malyshevs and Malakhovs.
  10. KOH
    KOH 13 March 2014 06: 57
    +4
    Eeeh! For a long time I have not heard such a thing, Obama must express gratitude for 5 billion ...
  11. Native grandfather
    Native grandfather 13 March 2014 06: 59
    +3
    http://warfiles.ru/show-50051-voennaya-tayna-11032014.html
    Now I watched "Military Secret - 11.03.2014/XNUMX/XNUMX". It tells about all the ins and outs of Euro-Ukrainian (here swearing) s.
  12. Dimy4
    Dimy4 13 March 2014 06: 59
    +4
    Finally came the understanding that the enemies who became “partners” did not treat us better

    To me, an eighteen-year-old guy, this was already clear in 1991. Especially when I got a nasty feeling that the plant where we worked ("Branch of the LUCH plant") did not have to exist for a long time, because the products we produced suddenly became But, as they say, better late than never.
    1. Dimy4
      Dimy4 13 March 2014 07: 09
      +1
      Yes, now we have a manufacturing country, the products of which have become synonymous with marriage, after an unsuccessful use of the product from somewhere for its intended purpose, it somehow pops up -Fie bl ... Made up!
  13. Warhead-xnumx
    Warhead-xnumx 13 March 2014 07: 03
    +5
    Maintaining a domestic manufacturer is good, but:
    Take household appliances, a PHILIPS TV manufactured in Kaliningrad and Taiwan in the Far East costs the same.
    Fresh Land cruser PRADO with Engine 2.7, assembled in Vladivostok costs the same as the 2011-12 pradik with engine 4.0. Imported from Japan, and this despite the fact that half of its cost is customs duty (I encountered this when I bought a car last year ), I think it makes no sense to talk about the quality ratio either.
    Since in this case it is possible to support a domestic producer if imported goods on a purchase are 2 times cheaper?
    1. predator.3
      predator.3 13 March 2014 08: 33
      0
      Quote: CU-3
      Fresh Land cruser PRADO with Engine 2.7, assembled in Vladivostok costs the same as the 2011-12 pradik with engine 4.0. Imported from Japan, and this despite the fact that half of its cost is customs duty (I encountered this when I bought a car last year )
      Foreign cars are twice as expensive as in Europe and Japan! Why?!
      1. Max otto
        Max otto 13 March 2014 09: 36
        0
        Quote: predator.3
        Foreign cars are twice as expensive as in Europe and Japan! Why?!

        Naive question. To VAZ, GAZ, etc. not dead. I am tormented myself, I could buy an unstable 3-year-old Toyota from the states, but I bought an old 6-year-old Korchvagen from Germany.
      2. Warhead-xnumx
        Warhead-xnumx 13 March 2014 12: 36
        +2
        Quote: predator.3
        Foreign cars are twice as expensive as in Europe and Japan! Why?!

        I will outline in numbers: Suzuki ESCUDO 2008 v2.7 in perfect condition in Japan at an auction last year cost 400000 rubles., Customs + delivery about 350000 rubles. In Primorye, the price varies from 700-900 thousand rubles, depending on the state.
  14. VNP1958PVN
    VNP1958PVN 13 March 2014 07: 06
    +3
    Mr. Obama, you are by no means a follower of Gorbachev M.S. Does it hurt the results of your labors? laughing
  15. Penzuck
    Penzuck 13 March 2014 07: 14
    +6
    And another problem is advertising, especially when children are used in commercials, like: "Grandma, how are you treating me? Jam is not fashionable now." (Who read the instructions for "Rinza", which supposedly relieves people from cold symptoms? Composition: Paracetamol! Vitamin C, Caffeine !!!! - and the cost is simply at times).
    Or "kinder surprise", "milkyway" children eat chocolate bars, although the norm is 4g per day, the result is an allergy. And the children ask: "Dad / mom, buy a chocolate bar, don't you love me?"
    1. saber
      saber 13 March 2014 10: 03
      0
      I bought children chocolate eggs "parsley" with the heroes of our cartoons (they were cheaper and the toys were cute inside) - nafig disappeared from the counter!
  16. Strashila
    Strashila 13 March 2014 07: 16
    +12
    The discrediting of the domestic manufacturer went in several stages.
    In the days of the USSR, about 80% of civilian products were manufactured by the military-industrial complex.
    The bottom line was simple at every defense plant was a cover company that allowed you to purchase dual-use equipment abroad.
    in the mid-80s, the first blow was dealt ... the state ceased to support the defense industry under the slogan of world peace ... which led to a sharp reduction in foreign exchange earnings.
    We left, leaving to our western competitors not only the defense market (secondary engineering), but also heavy, machine-tool, chemical, civil aviation ... including household appliances, the same refrigerators were sold in a hundred countries of the world, and in a hundred countries ... we sold and orders at our then, rather than Chinese factories, were placed by leading manufacturers of this household appliance.
    This is now the basis of our country for our income from raw materials ... then everything was on the turnover ... raw materials gave a percentage of foreign exchange earnings.
    The second blow ... privatization ... the separation of civilian production from the defense industry. This led to the loss of new technologies from the defense industry to the civilian sphere ... as a result, a sharp lag in the development of the latter.
    Third, without a mental tariff policy in the railway transportation market ... the ruins of their industry were ruined here ... given the vastness of our vast Motherland.
    In general, greed and greed killed everything that could bring income for decades, in the 90s, first of all, in a strange way, enterprises working for export were ruined. They were simply bought for candy wrappers and ... cut.
    Now we have what we have.
    1. dmitriygorshkov
      dmitriygorshkov 13 March 2014 08: 19
      0
      Quote: Strashila
      Now we have what we have.

      I now consider gentlemen, excuse me for being naive, now in the wake of a surge of patriotism, it is necessary to demand from the country's leadership structural changes in the economy. Production, production and production!
      And then we have half of the country trading, the rest guards those who trade. Even in fact, it’s weird somehow.
      To raise the prestige of our Armed Forces among the people. I hope that many "disarmamentists" have realized that Russia needs an army! And an Army with a capital letter!
  17. ZU-23
    ZU-23 13 March 2014 07: 28
    +2
    I agree, it was like that, and it’s necessary to do it point by point, I’ve already started it myself, maybe it looks ridiculous, but if all the stupid office plankton with money does it, then they will run west and Europe to us in order to discard their goods looking at his idiotic sanctions.
  18. Same lech
    Same lech 13 March 2014 07: 34
    +3
    I always bought and buy meat from KOCHENEVSKY meat-processing companies and, by no means, the western woof ... oh can’t compete with him.
    1. Doctorleg
      Doctorleg 13 March 2014 10: 34
      0
      Quote: The same Lech
      I always bought and buy meat from KOCHENEVSKY meat-processing companies and, by no means, the western woof ... oh can’t compete with him.

      Posport about this with a lover of steaks. He will sing a lot of praises to Argentine and New Zealand meat.
  19. Native grandfather
    Native grandfather 13 March 2014 07: 42
    +5
    Speaking of the USSR. The youngest daughter is now studying in the 10th grade in a profiled lyceum (she also lives there). She is like in the "Caucasian Captive" - ​​an athlete, activist, Olympiad (in mathematics), CCM in shooting. In general, there is education and enlightenment and all that. Dancing, hand-to-hand. At the weekend, I asked her about the Second World War, and in particular about Ukraine, Khatyn, Bendera. I was extremely disappointed. It turned out that the Great Patriotic War they went there "at a gallop across Europe". Here is the answer - why the West so easily clogs their heads with foolishness to our children. Our children don't know who they are !!! In the USSR, in this regard, everything was much better and more reliable. Will come for the weekend, we will close these gaps with her.
    1. rereture
      rereture 13 March 2014 08: 56
      0
      The answer to your comment is in your comment. Why does she need a distant past when she has such a rich present.

      And why not make a cult and a church out of victory. It seems that for many people the history of our country will begin on July 41, and ends on May 9. Or, as an option, it begins in 1917 and ends in 1991.
  20. saag
    saag 13 March 2014 07: 43
    0
    Quote: Strashila
    In the days of the USSR, about 80% of civilian products were manufactured by the military-industrial complex.

    A bit wrong - the civilian enterprise had a closed workshop producing defense products
  21. Mikhail m
    Mikhail m 13 March 2014 07: 46
    +3
    Again the task is to catch up with the west. Just catch up. For several centuries we have been catching up, adopting Western technologies, purchasing Western goods and equipment. But the one who is catching up is always behind. To become a leader, you need not catch up, but offer and develop your own, unique. For the west to catch up with us. And we have ruined our unique education, medicine, industry, mass sports and many other things in order to do it, as in the "civilized" world. To overcome in oneself the servility of the West, signs and advertisements, to learn how to write in Cyrillic, and not in Latin - this is where you need to start. We are Russians!!! We are the best!!!
  22. 89501358976
    89501358976 13 March 2014 07: 46
    +2
    The Czech president refused to deploy a US missile defense on his territory, as well as Poland hi drinks soldier
    1. dmitriygorshkov
      dmitriygorshkov 13 March 2014 08: 30
      +1
      Quote: 89501358976
      The Czech president refused to deploy a US missile defense on his territory, as well as Poland

      I dare to assure you that this is not because of love for the Russians! Unlike the Ukrainians, they just don’t want their countries to become bridgeheads! For some reason they don’t like the lunar landscape! Especially when it is visible from the window of their own house .
      Although, what a home ....?!
  23. Rurikovich
    Rurikovich 13 March 2014 07: 55
    +2
    I absolutely agree with everything said! But if I'm more than confident in food, because. produced according to Soviet GOST standards is much healthier and tastier than not ours. In clothes and technique, I can still argue. For me personally, the criterion "price-quality" is still not in the last place. And sometimes it coincides with the "buy Belarusian" criterion. For example, my Minsk washing machine, "Atlant", has been plowing for 10 years. And it's not a fact that Indesit will work as long. Domestic stove, "Hephaestus." The fridge and freezer are also "Atlantovskie". The TV is also domestic. It has been plowing and does not break for more than 10 years (ugh, ugh, ugh). Sometimes Belarusian footwear comes across. The quality is quite satisfied. But the foreign car will still be of better quality ... But there are also such goods where the quality of foreign ones will be higher than ours. ... In such cases, preference is given to the criterion "price - quality" plus your brains. In all cases, you need to think with your head and not always believe in advertising!
    PS Things I change as breakdowns and wear.
    hi
  24. vladsolo56
    vladsolo56 13 March 2014 07: 58
    +1
    There is such an easy way to establish local production as cooperatives, you need to start with a simple one. With consumer goods. Clothing, shoes, food, and as the basis of all agriculture. Cooperatives should be created with a complete cycle. from a rural producer to finished products, without intermediaries. Only in this way can domestic production be revived. With this approach, prices will be competitive and the quality will be on the level. As for the rejection of excesses, this is not just a protest, it is a necessity. The need is not so much economic as spiritual. The pursuit of brands, the so-called show-offs, corrupts a person, makes him a slave to things and, as a result, a slave to money. A free man always had the necessary minimum set, and was absolutely independent of all kinds of show-offs. So let us strive for freedom, and most importantly we will teach this to our children and grandchildren. I understand this is very difficult, but without it we will not have Russia.
  25. parus2nik
    parus2nik 13 March 2014 08: 01
    +3
    How would everything be right .. but still you are faced with choosing the lesser of evils .. Previously, in Soviet times, our RPK worked in three shifts, rolled tomatoes, made tomato paste, tomato juice .. We barely managed to ship to customers, the tomato season ended, it began grape and apple..vine product, juice.jam .. at the beginning of summer cucumbers..This is all grown in the area .. Now the PKK and the rest of the food industry either stand or pour vodka .. And we eat Turkish tomatoes, cucumbers .. potatoes from They brought Egypt .. I had my own, 5 state farms were doing this .. now I don’t know whose we are eating .. In Soviet times, herds of cows grazed along the river, but what's there, sometimes in the town .. And where now these fat herds .. Was in the town and the garment factory .. Moscow and Leningrad bought the products, now the shops are rented out .. The fish were full, during the years of freedom and democracy, stocks were destroyed, the world goby was banned (which is in tomato) is prohibited, industrial fishing is prohibited .. And ours The Russian manufacturer also thinks about profit, but how, it buys at a low price. eating meat in Zealand, it adds all sorts of nonsense and now the Russky product .. From his local product he doesn’t want to do it, it’s not profitable .. yes, and it’s practically not there .. I understand that I don’t like the comment .. But I write about there is
  26. Walk
    Walk 13 March 2014 08: 05
    +1
    You know, this whole "riot of Czechs, Poles and others like them resembles an episode from the film:

  27. rasputin17
    rasputin17 13 March 2014 08: 07
    +2
    In flea markets, goods with the quality and production mark of the former USSR are in special demand and are many orders of magnitude more expensive than current ones !!
  28. muks
    muks 13 March 2014 08: 12
    +1
    Certainly NOBODY IS AGAINST. There is very little left - having closed the Crimean question, shoveled ALL legislation, abolish to hell with Medvedevsky 294 FZ, cancel the order SIGNED by Medvedev on the use of genetically modified seed material for sowing, develop RULES OF THE RUSSIAN STANDARD, and ISO 9001, ... 2, .. 3 Let them eat in Europe, CHECK all trading networks SYSTEMICALLY - not with pigs, not looters by social activists, not bribery from police departments for compliance with administrative legislation, but by employees of the RESTORED CONTROL BODY. Type GOSPARTKONTROL - with the authority to excite y. cases. This is a national security issue. Well, of course, ROSTEST should be dispersed, a new team should be created (the previous one has been planted - any muck can be certified at the present time for money), and the ENTIRE list of goods not subject to mandatory certification should be canceled. The STATE should provide the DOMESTIC MANUFACTURER's access to the RUSSIAN market - now it (the state) has hammered! This is at least - I would very much like to be SAGGED for bribes, not a PENALTY! Medvedev D., being the main one, established these "orders", referring the bribe to economic crimes!
  29. GRune
    GRune 13 March 2014 08: 14
    +2
    GOST worked only under socialism, where the rate of profit was not so important; under capitalism, domestic bourgeoisie do not want to make products according to GOST in significant quantities and will not, since it is expensive and there will be no margin. For all sorts of "Green" stores make natures product, but there the price tag bites for a common man. In terms of compliance with GOST, Belarusian products stand out as there is practically socialism.
    1. from punk
      from punk 13 March 2014 08: 31
      0
      Quote: GRune
      GOST worked only under socialism

      and what do you know about soviet guests for food
      1. GRune
        GRune 13 March 2014 10: 30
        0
        I lived in the USSR and these foods were delicious. I am familiar with GOSTs for food, from the consumer’s point of view, on no label have I seen vegetable protein, vegetable fats, etc. Stew - meat, fat, salt, spices, something like this ...
        1. Doctorleg
          Doctorleg 13 March 2014 10: 46
          0
          Quote: GRune
          I lived in the USSR and these foods were delicious. I am familiar with GOSTs for food, from the consumer’s point of view, on no label have I seen vegetable protein, vegetable fats, etc. Stew - meat, fat, salt, spices, something like this ...

          And I lived in the USSR. And I remember the disgusting Ostankino dumplings, boiled sausage and cheese. Yes, there were also delicious products - if we talk about large producers, then there was Mikoyan sausage and sausages from a special shop - I ate it from friends who worked in the Central Committee. This was not in stores. From childhood I remember delicious milk and kefir, but not in Moscow, but in the Moscow region - in glass bottles (Moscow at that time had already switched to packages)
          1. GRune
            GRune 13 March 2014 14: 54
            0
            I lived in Belarus in the far north, with sausages it was tight (in the sense I rarely saw it), but everything else is good, even dumplings in cardboard packs. Kefir in the glass was cool, but fruit kefir in a cardboard box of 1 liter was the most memorable. drank it only at Vnukovo airport twice a year when he flew to the north with his parents ...
  30. philip
    philip 13 March 2014 08: 30
    +4
    The article is a bit naive, but overall I liked it. In connection with her, the story of the liberation of India from English colonial rule was recalled. At that time, Mahatma Gandhi was an absolute spiritual leader and naturally fought for the independence of India. It occurred to him not to buy English goods, he proclaimed it. As a result, in India they stopped buying goods made in England. For this, the British sent Gandhi to exile in Kashmir. In the then India, there was an English monopoly on salt production, for the illegal extraction of sea salt there was some harsh punishment. And HERE one morning, Gandhi tells his wife to put me on the road. And that, and where are you going. And he, let’s go evaporate the salt and go. From Kashmir to the ocean about 3000 km. A neighbor saw that Gandhi was going somewhere. He asks his wife where Gandhi went. And that salt is evaporated. The husband’s neighbor neighbor pushed said go with him. And so the whole village, in a week all Kashmir goes to evaporate salt. The authorities became alarmed, the army was raised, Gandhi and his companions were beaten with his sticks. Not worse than the Golden Eagle was beaten on the Maidan. And only with this more advertising was created for the Gandhi act. A week later, ALL INDIA went to evaporate the salt. And two weeks later, England abandoned the colony of INDIA.
  31. pensioner
    pensioner 13 March 2014 08: 44
    0
    The stereotype “domestic means bad” is becoming a thing of the past

    As the saying goes: "The drunk will sleep it off. - never!". Let us assume that the intoxication with “freedom” and “democratic values” is gradually passing away. Liberals are gradually, but still squeezed from the helm ... A lot of things have been destroyed ... But the more interesting it will be to create something new! Talented technicians are not translated in the country.
  32. Nayhas
    Nayhas 13 March 2014 08: 51
    -1
    The author from the series "Hurray! We are breaking; the Swedes are bending ...", he himself then believes in what he wrote?
    The USSR quality mark was a confirmation of the highest quality of goods

    This can be poured into the ears of young people, the so-called "Quality Mark" absolutely did not guarantee quality, in itself discredited the USSR industry, because a product without this mark was automatically recognized as unusable, to put it mildly.
    Domestic products could compete only because of their low prices. But here the first and most tangible blow was dealt to the domestic manufacturer. It was inflicted by consumers - with their contempt for everything domestic, “shovels” and worship of imported brands and labels.

    A sharp blow to the domestic industry was dealt by China with which the border was opened and a stream of cheap smuggling poured into Russia. It was this CHEAP smuggling that deprived our industry of the only instrument of competition, a low price relative to legal imports. The author probably in the 90s went to the store only by the hand with his mother (or slept in a coma), the "import brands and labels" despised by him were by no means cheap and not every Russian could buy branded equipment or clothes. But Chinese consumer goods were available to Russians despite the filthy quality, and our industry lost the battle with it.
    In the same 2000s, domestic production gradually began to revive from the ashes, somewhere on the basis of Soviet enterprises, somewhere from scratch. People began to produce something, because the Soviet legacy is not so easy to exterminate, because the Soviet education system prepared a creator from a person, and not a thoughtless consumer who did not think about where the things he consumed came from.

    The author is already suffocating with pathos. What does the Soviet legacy have to do with it? “We started producing” because someone started to consume, and someone decided to make money on it.
    For a part of the population, goods manufactured in Russia are becoming more and more attractive. This is especially true of food. People came to understand that imported food products are made using various food additives and dyes, designed to improve the appearance and duration of storage of goods, but often harmful to health.

    Why are domestic food products made "with the use of various food additives and dyes designed to improve the appearance and shelf life of the goods, but are often unhealthy" better than imported ones?
    In this regard, the duty of every patriotic citizen is to make a feasible contribution to the development of the economy of the Motherland and cause economic damage to the enemy.

    The naivete of the author can be called a saint. The loss of the market (and this is simply impossible) in the form of Russia is not tragic for the United States or European countries, but for us the refusal to import is fatal. This applies to machine tools, equipment and software.
  33. brelok
    brelok 13 March 2014 09: 06
    0
    Quote: Lantau
    People came to understand that imported food products are made using various food additives and dyes, designed to improve the appearance and duration of storage of goods, but often harmful to health.

    There is an opinion that the economic miracle of China began with sanctions in 1989 in conjunction with the events in Tan Anmen Square. Russian businessmen are given a blush card. The main thing to not miss the moment
  34. Wedmak
    Wedmak 13 March 2014 09: 42
    0
    1. It is necessary to abandon superconsumption, which is expressed in the purchase of goods not due to necessity, but following fashion, advertising, the desire to become the owner of a well-known brand, etc.

    Try to convince the younger "iPad generation" of this. Every year a new phone, or some other trinket. They are already shaking.

    2. Do not take consumer loans that stimulate overconsumption.

    I do not see anything super-consumer if wisely taken. Moreover, bearing in mind that they need to be given more.

    3. If you have free means, then it is better to invest their organization of their own production, in scientific research, in their own education, in the education of their children, in expanding their horizons through traveling and communicating with new people, rather than spending them on overconsumption and senseless pursuit of fashion and brands .

    To do this, you need to develop tourism and production in your own country. And in every possible way to promote and create the conditions for this. Otherwise, hello the new iPad.

    4. Support domestic producers by buying Russian products and goods. If possible, completely abandon the purchase of imported goods, and if there is no domestic alternative, then buy products manufactured only by countries that are friendly or even neutral to us, for example, goods from the countries of the Customs Union, South Korea, China, India, Vietnam, Brazil , Argentina etc.

    I fully support, but alas, in some segments of the market there are simply no alternatives. The same cars with a class above UAZ Patriot and Kalina. Although they are going with us, but still the money goes over the hill.

    5. Refuse to travel to countries pursuing unfriendly policies towards our state: the United States, EU countries, Georgia, etc.

    For, with all limbs, given that in our country there is where to go. If more roads developed.

    6. To carry out explanatory and ideological work among relatives, friends and colleagues on the topic of how important it is to follow these rules in the current economic and geopolitical conditions.

    Those who understand them and so follow, to the best of their ability. Those with an iPhone instead of a brain will not heal soon.

    About myself, I took a consumer loan in a Russian bank, I bought Kalina. I'm done? ))) And now the questions:
    After a few years, I want a more comfortable car for traveling around Russia, what should I buy?
    After a couple of years I need to change the computer, is there a Russian power required?
    8 out of 13 root DNS servers are located in the USA. Who does not know, they are necessary for the functioning of the Internet. Not a single one in Russia! How to deal with this? Do not use the Internet?
    And you can write a car of small questions yourself.
  35. Gagarin
    Gagarin 13 March 2014 10: 25
    0
    REMEMBERED THE SOVIET ICE CREAM!
    Imported, and our modern coat is not the same ...
  36. w2000
    13 March 2014 18: 31
    0
    I buy only what is necessary and necessary. I don’t take loans. I don't buy practically anything imported. I buy domestic food products, mostly produced in my native region: cereals, legumes, pasta, dairy products, eggs, flour, vegetable oil, sugar, chicken, fish, meat, vegetables and berries (partly on the market, partly grown in the country ) mushrooms, imported only fruits (Central Asia, Caucasus) and bananas (South America). Semi-finished products such as sausages, dumplings, sausages, mayonnaise, ketchup, pates, vegetable substitutes for butter, processed cheeses, confectionery and canned food have not been eaten for a long time, because no matter how expensive and high-quality these products are, the technology of their production is based on the use of preservatives, flavor enhancers and colorants. I do not buy alcohol (I am engaged in amateur winemaking from my own grapes, and I distill secondary wine materials into chacha). Clothes, footwear, underwear - almost all of domestic or Belarusian production. All furniture, refrigerator, stove, dishes are domestic. Domestic cars - "ten". The musical system is domestic (amplifier and speakers of Soviet production). I haven't watched TV for 10 years. The computer and cellular are imported, but so far the domestic manufacturer does not offer anything. So I try to comply with the points listed in the article.