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Hidden Majlis



On May 18 of each year, the Crimean Tatars celebrated the mourning date - the day of deportation. In May, the 2014 shares of the NKVD of the USSR in the Crimea turned 70 years. Many observers predicted that on this day on the peninsula there will be provocations by the so-called Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people - an anti-Russian organization, closely associated with the Kiev junta. But, as official sources reported in the Crimea, the day of memory passed without excesses, and the Mejlis showed its solidarity with the aspirations of the Crimean Tatar people and other peoples of the peninsula.

Is the Mejlis really peaceful?

"Manifesto of happiness"

In general, according to the Crimean media, the mourning rally in memory of the Stalinist deportations in the Crimea passed without excesses. The fact that there will be no provocations, many high-ranking officials of the Crimea hurried to declare long before 18 in May. For example, Deputy Prime Minister of Crimea Rustam Temirgaliyev 5 of May wrote on Twitter that “all attempts of the junta and its radicals to undermine the interethnic world in Crimea are doomed to failure.”
In Milli Firka, the pro-Russian party of the Tatars of Crimea, they ironically named the vice-premier’s entry “manifesto of happiness”. What kind of all-Crimean unity, the pro-Russian Tatars asked, can we talk if the Ukrainian flag still hangs defiantly on the building of the Mejlis - a symbol of devotion to the Mejlis of Kiev junta? "From the very first days after the referendum, some high-ranking officials persistently and systematically dragged the Mejlis henchmen to the new Crimean government, rigidly blocking all attempts to bring the patriots of Russia to the power of the Crimean Tatars," the Milli Firka statement issued specifically for 70- said anniversary of the deportation of the Crimean Tatars.

Among the henchmen of the Mejlis in the government, for example, is the Moscow media magnate Lenur Islyamov, the deputy prime minister. As Milli Firka states, the media controlled by the vice-premier “continue to sow anti-Russian sentiments among the Crimean Tatars actively and with impunity, openly calling the reunification of Crimea with Russia“ occupation ”and the government of Crimea as“ occupation regime ”. “Islyam is no less successful in using his new public office for personal purposes, actively developing his business in Crimea. Of course, Russian law expressly prohibits the participation of civil servants in commercial structures, as well as their business activities. But, apparently, for the henchmen of the Mejlis, Russian laws are not a decree, ”the statement of Milli Firka reads.

Some Majlis in the Russian Crimea are the heads of cities and regions. For example, Ilmi Umerov, an ardent opponent of Russia and a supporter of the Kiev junta, directs the Bakhchsarai district. The patronage of the Bakhchsarai district is entrusted to the Republic of Tatarstan and such a ward as Umerov is more than satisfied with the Volga “chefs”. The head of the government of Tatarstan, Ildar Khalikov, promised Umerov that he would raise his district to the level of a developed region in a patronized republic.

Rafael Khakimov, Director of the Institute, did not remain indebted to the Crimea stories Academy of Sciences of Tatarstan (AI ANRT). According to competent sources, Khakimov plans to take the Crimean humanitarian sciences and the religious and educational sphere under guardianship. Those who know Khakimov and his institution pray that nothing will come of it from the benefactor. Indeed, at the Institute of History, the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Tajikistan are not engaged in science, but in spreading pseudoscientific myths. It seems that the Tatar Sufi Sheikh Gabdennasyr Kursavi (1776 - 1812) allegedly was a follower of the teachings of Muhammad Abdulvahhab - the founder of the current Wahhabism. The rest of the historical "discoveries" of the Khakimov Institute are more innocent, but no less anti-scientific. For example, the institute replicated by the institute that Fyodor Chaliapin was actually a Tatar - a Muslim who, in order to make a singing career, was forced to be baptized.

Target multi-vector

Overlooking the Crimea returned to the bosom of Russia is not the only Kazan. For example, Belogorsk district supervises Bashkortostan, Simferopol - Leningrad region, Sevastopol - Moscow, Kerch district - Kuban ... It was expected that the chefs from "Big Russia" will come 18 in May to honor the memory of the Crimean Tatars. But, according to Vice Premier Temirgaliyev, only the chefs from Kazan were invited to the 70 anniversary of the deportation of the Crimean Tatars. Observers from among the Crimean Tatars reasoned that it was not just like that. Some of them reasoned that the Majlis in the leadership of the Crimea deliberately preferred Kazan, because they hoped for reciprocal preferences from the Volga "brother."

Another part of the Crimean Tatars considered that the regions - "chefs" did not want to see their people on the same podium with representatives of the Mejlis. With the exception of Tatarstan. There is a reason for this argument. First Deputy Prime Minister of Crimea Rustam Temirgaliev by origin Volga Tatar. The Temirgaliyev family is considered one of the most influential Tatar families of the peninsula. It is likely that the Temirgalievs used the entry of the Crimea into the Russian Federation as a springboard to increase their influence on the peninsula and began to build a multi-vector system of relations.

The first vector is Kazan, with which the Temirgaliyevs have ties of blood and long-standing ties. Having become a Russian official, Temirgaliyev is trying to increase his status in the Crimea through intensive fruitful contacts with Volga chiefs. The second vector is the Majlis. The old generation of the Crimean Tatars treats the Volga Tatars as aliens, so the Temirgalievs may have entered into a strategic alliance with the people of Dzhemilev - Chubarov. If you think this alliance is beneficial for all its members. The Temirgaliyevs, sitting at the same table with the veterans of the movement, strengthen their position among the Crimean Tatar establishment. The union with the Temirgaliyevs strengthens the position of the Mejlis in a rapidly changing situation on the peninsula and gives anti-Russian Tatars a guarantee of immunity.

Kazan also benefits from an alliance with the Temirgaliev clan. Through Rustam Il'mirovich, it is possible to go to all strata of the Crimean Tatar society, both pro and anti-Russian, and to broadcast the ideas and trends that Kazan needs to these layers. The second important point is the status of Crimea. In the Moscow highest circles, the Crimean Federal District is considered the most promising, and Kazan does not miss the opportunity to participate in the development of the returned territory. The third point is the status capital of Tatarstan as the chief of the Crimea. Back in March, experts predicted that the Kazan Kremlin would use the annexation of the Crimea as a way to maximally exalt its influence on the internal Russian political processes. In all cases, the interests of the Temirgaliyevs and Kazan converge at one point - the Mejlis of the Crimean Tatar people.

The Crimean Tatars state: on the 70 anniversary of the deportation of the Crimean Tatars, as in the Ukrainian Crimea, the right of the first vote and the organization of the event were given to the anti-Russian Mejlis. "The pro-Russian Tatars of Crimea warned: given that the Mejlis takes an openly anti-Russian position - and this is emphasized in its ultimatum about the absence of Russian flags at the mourning rally - it becomes obvious that the 70 anniversary of the Crimean repression will become a large-scale anti-Russian project implemented by Western special services through the Mejlis and its accomplices in the Russian Crimea (italics my - A.P.). As the pro-Russian Crimean Tatars say, without the criminal connivance of the Crimean officials and curators from Russia, this subversive project kt could not take place.

Terrorists and allies

It has already been noted that Mustafa Dzhemilev and his people are closely associated with the junta. The leader of the "Right Sector" Dmitry Yarosh almost openly talks about his contacts with the leader of the Mejlis Refat Chubarov. This is not an accident, but a pattern: both the Right Sector and the Mejlis have the same foreign curators. The American edition of Foreign Policy in April wrote about the long-standing and fruitful contacts of the Ukrainian neo-Nazis and the Mejlis with Gladio, a powerful intelligence service connected with NATO, whose main headquarters is based in Turkey. In addition to Gladio, according to some data, the Jamestown Foundation and the International Republican Institute headed by John McCain are behind the anti-Russian Ukrainian-Tatar tandem. International support provides the Mejlis with the freedom to maneuver in a fairly wide operational space. In particular, in the field of formation of the relevant cognitive attitude to the events in Crimea by the public. For Mustafa Dzhemilev, Refat Chubarov and Ali Khamzin it has become a good tradition to give interviews to such media as Radio Liberty.

In one of his interviews with Radio Liberty, Dzhemilev said: The Mejlis is very skeptical of Shaimiev and Minnikhanov, since he considers them "Russian puppets." But then, according to Dzhemilev, the Mejlis maintains good relations with other movements of Tatarstan Mustafa - Efendi meant Tatar national separatists from the Volga region. According to experts, the Mejlis and these separatists have common foreign curators, and, therefore, can be involved in the same operations.

There is a risk that in their anti-Russian aspirations the Majlis will decide on an alliance with the terrorist organization Hizb-ut-Tahrir, which settled in Crimea at the beginning of the 90-s and strengthened its position in the midst of zero. According to many researchers of Crimean Islam, the peak of activity of Hizb ut-Tahrir falls on the reign of Viktor Yanukovich and the Donetsk clan. In the Hizbah, the Donetsk clan saw opposition to the uncontrolled independence of the Mejlis and a method of pressure on Russia in the Crimea. The special services of Ukraine were instructed: “Hizb” openly not to support, but not to hinder them. It came to curiosities: a terrorist organization in Ukraine held round tables and talked to the press, although it did not have registration with the Ministry of Justice of Ukraine. The Mejlis saw its competitors in the Hizb and fought them, but without much success. Islamists lured to their side the Tatars of Crimea, especially the youth. The weak positions and the corruption of the official Muslim clergy of Ukraine, the crisis of confidence in the ideals of the ancestors pushed the young Tatars to search for new landmarks. It could not impress the leaders of the Mejlis, who are very jealous of their authority among the younger generation.

The attitude of the Mejlis to the Hizb began to change by the middle of last year. Brightly anti-Islamist rhetoric has changed to neutral and even close to positive. Ali Khamzin, the head of the external relations department of the Mejlis this spring, openly declared that he did not consider Hizb-ut-Tahrir a terrorist organization. In July, 2013, in an interview with the Ukrainian edition of Novoross.info, Khamzin admitted that the Russian chauvinist politicians, most of all sick, advocated the idea of ​​the caliphate "Hizb", and personally consider terrorists as Russian terrorists restoration of the imperial space of tsarist Russia and the Bolshevik USSR under the brand of the current Eurasian geopolitical project ". During the" Euromaidan "the Mejlis and" Hizby "were on the same side of the barricades: in early December from the Crimea to help" Euromaid well "about a hundred Crimean Tatars, among whom there were quite a few radical Islamists. After the Crimea became a Russian region, the positions of the Crimean radicals and Hizb people became even closer, because the tough anti-extremist legislation of Russia put the Mejlis and Hizb on one legal level Strangely enough, those and others were similar in their degree of equalization to Europe. Dzhemilev and Chubarov remain personified for the EU, in particular, for Great Britain. As is known, the main headquarters of Hizb-ut-Tahrir is located in London.

Concluding the study, one can say: the anti-Russian activity of the Mejlis will increase in parallel with the growth of the all-Ukrainian crisis. It can be said for sure that the leaders of the Mejlis in the field of choosing strategies will not differ in cleanliness. The organization of Mustafa Dzhemilev has long been acting as a quantity, abstracted from the aspirations of the Tatars of Crimea. In terms of choosing allies, the Majlis will be faithful to the principle of Benjamin Disraeli: there are no permanent allies, there are permanent interests.
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  1. AleksPol
    AleksPol 23 May 2014 17: 32
    +19
    If there are brains. calm down, and if not then experience in the North Caucasus has been gained a lot. And there will be no mistakes, as in Chechnya
    1. GSH-18
      GSH-18 23 May 2014 17: 40
      +27
      Quote: AleksPol
      If there are brains. calm down, and if not then experience in the North Caucasus has been gained a lot. And there will be no mistakes, as in Chechnya

      They will not calm down.
      Money paid, need to work out!
      Unfortunately, our FSB has a lot of work to do there.
      The Majlis is an organization of foreign influence in this territory, according to how it is financed from abroad.
      1. sir.jonn
        sir.jonn 23 May 2014 18: 53
        +4
        Quote: GSH-18
        Quote: AleksPol
        If there are brains. calm down, and if not then experience in the North Caucasus has been gained a lot. And there will be no mistakes, as in Chechnya

        They will not calm down.
        Money paid, need to work out!
        Unfortunately, our FSB has a lot of work to do there.
        The Majlis is an organization of foreign influence in this territory, according to how it is financed from abroad.

        Yet again! If you have brains, then calm down. Otherwise, the Mejlis will lose its ambition in general for any influence. As you mentioned the FSB, they are extremely efficient in their bread production in this direction.
      2. dmitrich
        dmitrich 24 May 2014 05: 42
        +1
        Quote: GSH-18
        They will not calm down.
        Money paid, need to work out!

        let them try.
    2. mamont5
      mamont5 23 May 2014 18: 16
      +9
      Quote: AleksPol
      And there will be no mistakes, as in Chechnya


      The same Chechnya will help. Ramadan has already offered. Oh, now more Russian than many Russians by blood.
    3. Geos-y
      Geos-y 23 May 2014 18: 26
      +14
      There are no brains and will not calm down. I do not mean everyone, but those that are already infected with zombies. The main thing is that they do not flirt too much with them, they still will not appreciate it. Whatever they say, but they deported for a reason, too.
    4. subbtin.725
      subbtin.725 23 May 2014 18: 31
      +7
      Quote: AleksPol
      If there are brains. calm down, and if not then experience in the North Caucasus has been gained a lot. And there will be no mistakes, as in Chechnya

      It is useless to talk with the most stubborn, to act harshly, in accordance with the laws of the Russian Federation. Thank God in this regard, in our laws in the fight against extremism and terrorism, the latter has been more or less brought in the slightest order. We need to work with young people.
    5. yushch
      yushch 23 May 2014 19: 39
      +2
      Who has no brains, usually they don’t live for a long time. Something like that.)
    6. dmitrich
      dmitrich 24 May 2014 05: 41
      0
      Quote: AleksPol
      If there are brains. calm down, and if not then experience in the North Caucasus has been gained a lot. And there will be no mistakes, as in Chechnya

      I completely agree.
    7. Siberian German
      Siberian German 24 May 2014 06: 11
      0
      yeah and grandfather Stalin didn’t finish a little
  2. storm wind
    storm wind 23 May 2014 17: 42
    +21
    Nobody forgot what they did in their bulk during WWII !!!! Sit still! Behind them, an eye is needed.
    1. aleks_29296
      aleks_29296 23 May 2014 23: 10
      +2
      Yes, Comrade Stalin did not modify it, did not modify it.
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    3. Djein
      Djein 24 May 2014 00: 08
      +3
      [quote = gale wind]
      Nobody forgot what they did in their bulk during WWII !!!!

      Think about Stalin or someone else in a situation where every person on the account is UNAIRED to engage in any kind of relocation if he was not given a serious reason ....
      They will become those who gave this reason to RECOGNIZE him and repent .. NEVER ...
      How will these moral ugliness lead in a time when any abomination is covered by the foundations of the so-called "democracy" ... (who needs "democracy" or any other word in return for this, if they are covered with all kinds of abominations ....)
      Why apologize to THEMES and rehabilitate them .... ?? NOTICE that there were THOSE who suffered undeservedly necessary and they needed help, but TE their fellow tribesmen who provoked the whole situation should apologize to them .... And since not those who should apologize and regret, those who MUST apologize , BORZEET even more, which is logical for such in a similar situation, thereby substituting Crimean Tatars for the SECOND TIME who have everything in good conscience ... And how many distortions still be healthy .....
      And these ... Those who have no conscience and cannot have it, to warn that for the sake of a normal life of all our peoples, NO one will not repeat it to them and this will be stopped in a VERY severe way ... Only after that we will get a feeling, that we live in our country ...
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  3. sovety
    sovety 23 May 2014 17: 43
    +6
    Here the Chechen people live for themselves and do not celebrate such dates ...
    And those that still can not calm down?
    All admitted, repented and apologized.
    What do you need then?
    1. Egoza
      Egoza 23 May 2014 17: 47
      +16
      Quote: sovety
      And those that still can not calm down?
      All admitted, repented and apologized.
      What do you need then?

      Like what? At maximum, so that Russians get out of Crimea, and Crimea becomes completely Tatar, at a minimum - arrange their autonomy in Crimea (and then declare-vote for joining Turkey, for example)
      1. CTEPX
        CTEPX 23 May 2014 19: 57
        +2
        Quote: Egoza
        As much as possible, so that Russians get out of Crimea, and Crimea becomes completely Tatar

        To the maximum, Crimea was to become Wahhabi. And Russians, Ukrainians or other Armenians with Tatars were supposed to depict sacrificial rams.
        "Ukraine", removing the army from the Crimea, "was preparing" to receive Vovchik by May. And here - such a misfortune. And the prepared weapons caches surfaced by accident in the rebellious republics of the DPR and LPR.
    2. RUSS
      RUSS 23 May 2014 17: 59
      +6
      Quote: sovety
      Here the Chechen people live for themselves and do not celebrate such dates ...


      Chechens may not openly celebrate dates, but they shoot films about deportation, and they are very unambiguous.
      1. sovety
        sovety 23 May 2014 18: 06
        +5
        Let them take off is a story.
        And our children must know and not make mistakes.
        Writhing from the "pangs of deportation" in my opinion is enough. You need to continue living in peace and neighborhood.
        1. Proud.
          Proud. 23 May 2014 18: 56
          +5
          Quote: sovety
          Let them shoot is a story

          What is shown in this film (mass murder of the inhabitants of the mountain village of Khaibakh) is not a "story", it is a lie.
          1. equity
            equity 23 May 2014 22: 46
            +1
            Gordey. quote: "What is shown in this film (mass murder of the inhabitants of the mountain village of Khaibakh) is not a" story ", it is a lie." Yes, not really, but the fact that (brave), so to speak, soldiers broke into houses, beat people, and those old people who could not quickly or even move were shot on the spot, in your opinion it is also a lie, you know we still have living witnesses of those times, if and they were not all the same, we all know for a long time, it was just necessary to punish the guilty, traitors, etc. not all the people. But this is already the past, and because of this past, today's people do not and cannot have any interethnic hatred. And this movie will not lead anyone to any enmity, in this picture there is nothing new for us, except that some teenagers will think and be slightly shocked (it happens) that's all.
      2. equity
        equity 23 May 2014 22: 06
        0
        RUSS quote: "Chechens may not openly celebrate the date, but films about deportation are being made, and very unambiguous at that." And what's wrong with that, the Russians can shoot a film about their tragic past, but the Chechens can’t do it. This was a tragedy for the Chechen people.
    3. smile
      smile 23 May 2014 18: 01
      +22
      sovety
      Unfortunately, the Chechens also celebrate, although it may not be as much as the Krymchaks. It’s just that this is not especially advertised for us, so as not to enrage the people, and not to incite ethnic hatred. Although, I must say, the pressure that Ramzan exerted on the Crimean Tatars, and his statements about his willingness to go to pay tribute to Bandera (together with the Russians) contribute to the revaluation by Chechens of their attitude towards us. In this regard, Ramzan - well done.
      1. sovety
        sovety 23 May 2014 18: 06
        +4
        I agree with you.
      2. subbtin.725
        subbtin.725 23 May 2014 18: 52
        +5
        Quote: smile
        . In this regard, Ramzan - well done.

        Chechens and Ossetians served in the personal protection of the Tsar. The Russian people also had very difficult moments in history, but this does not prevent me from loving our Motherland. Glory to Russia!
    4. APASUS
      APASUS 23 May 2014 19: 54
      +1
      Quote: sovety
      Here the Chechen people live for themselves and do not celebrate such dates ...

      Do not even try to say something like that with the Chechens, you can get into a very bad story.
      Chechens celebrate this day, it just does not go into such actions with claims as in the Crimea.
  4. jekasimf
    jekasimf 23 May 2014 17: 44
    +1
    The fact of the matter is that there are no brains. If only we would have lived peacefully long ago.
    1. smile
      smile 23 May 2014 18: 08
      +8
      jekasimf
      Yes. here. it seems that the point here is not the absence of brains. GS-18 correctly put it - they will not calm down. in any case, not soon. For six hundred years they perceived us as enemies, since the 19th century they have been under the scrutiny of the special services of the Anglo-Saxons (I don’t even mention the Turks), the Germans. Therefore, the political elite as a whole is quite Russophobic. And if we take into account the 23 years of anti-Russian propaganda in Ukraine, flavored with its carefully nurtured national offenses, with the completely forgetting of our sins, then we still have to disentangle and disentangle it.
  5. sovety
    sovety 23 May 2014 17: 47
    +6
    there is a suspicion that the leaders of this Majlis with their nose in someone’s trough, and the authority of ordinary people causes such performances hi
  6. Kent0001
    Kent0001 23 May 2014 17: 49
    +3
    I think that they are already being watched ... well, those who are authorized to do so ....
    1. smile
      smile 23 May 2014 18: 09
      +2
      Kent0001
      They were closely "watched" long before the Crimea fled to Russia. If you remember, in Crimea the Czechs had almost one of their rear bases. So that they work closely and systematically.
      1. g1v2
        g1v2 23 May 2014 19: 06
        +1
        It looks like the FSB has a lot of work to do in Crimea.
        1. volk0773
          volk0773 23 May 2014 21: 25
          +3
          The territory is small, they can handle it, people would think more, and not stupid performers !!!
  7. aviamed90
    aviamed90 23 May 2014 17: 50
    +2
    "The sun is not to blame for the fact that the bat does not see during the day."
    (Tatar proverb)
  8. Palladium900
    Palladium900 23 May 2014 17: 51
    +5
    Ordinary people don't want enmity. As usual, the water is muddied by a handful of "grant eaters".
  9. bda
    bda 23 May 2014 17: 52
    +5
    The attitude of the Mejlis towards the Hizbahs began to change by the middle of last year. Vividly anti-Islamic rhetoric has been replaced by neutral and even close to positive.

    Both the Hizbovites (headquarters in London) and the Medjelis have one owner, and therefore they will fight against us by all possible means in a very coordinated manner.
    Now the ball is on our side - we will vandalize with it - the conflict will grow. We’ll slam quickly and efficiently, despite the howls of liberals and apologists of Islamic extremism — we will sleep peacefully.
  10. mig31
    mig31 23 May 2014 17: 52
    0
    It is necessary to track all the movements of the leaders, so that later they do not flog a fever, and there should not be open discontent ....
  11. shtanko.49
    shtanko.49 23 May 2014 17: 55
    +1
    Maybe they will like it more in Siberia than in Crimea? But they must be nipped in the bud until they are overgrown with ties in the new Crimea.
    1. CTEPX
      CTEPX 23 May 2014 20: 03
      +2
      Quote: shtanko.49
      Maybe they will like it in Siberia more

      No, really! Nehai vegetate in London. In Siberia - much better)).
    2. Barboskin
      Barboskin 24 May 2014 20: 39
      0
      I am a Siberian, I do not give my consent. In fact, they are a bit like the Chukchi.
  12. volk0773
    volk0773 23 May 2014 17: 59
    +2
    May we remember the Mongol-Tatar invasion, at that time everyone suffered and there is no need to make anyone special !!! This is my opinion. However, only a reason is needed.
    1. CTEPX
      CTEPX 23 May 2014 20: 06
      0
      Quote: volk0773
      May remember us the Mongol-Tatar invasion

      It is believed that the so-called. "Mongol-Tatar invasion", etc. "second Rome" - AVATARS)).
  13. 11111mail.ru
    11111mail.ru 23 May 2014 18: 02
    +1
    For example, the institution’s replicated myth that Fedor Chaliapin actually was a Tatar - a Muslimwho, in order to make a singing career, was forced to be baptized. Author Arthur Priymak

    This is a shiza, and what a hell! I would like to repeat: "oh, how many wonderful discoveries we have ..."
    1. sovety
      sovety 23 May 2014 18: 10
      +1
      I support! ) Clinic!)
  14. lance
    lance 23 May 2014 18: 06
    +3
    as a Siberian I know, the Tatras have also found here but. at first hedgehogs now understood, you can run into. the same with right-wing politics will be in the Crimea. for violation of laws, punishment. but to allow mejelis to control Crimea in the watchdog of regulation (now) from the percentage of the population.
    1. kashtak
      kashtak 23 May 2014 18: 37
      0
      and on what basis is the election on general principles no one forbids the Majlis to nominate and support candidates and there, as the people decide
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  15. ed65b
    ed65b 23 May 2014 18: 52
    +2
    everything will be fine people do not exaggerate the importance of the Majlis for the Tatar people among the Tatars, there are many organizations besides the Majlis and it does not reflect the opinion of the entire Tatar people. This is an artificially created organization by Kiev to try to control the Tatars of Crimea and naturally, through the purchased management, to manage the process in spite of Russian organizations. The Majlis relied on hizbutahrir koi in the Russian Federation declared a terrorist organization and closed, respectively, from the Crimea they had to flee to Kiev, or land in a zone in the Kolyma. And without its military wing, the Majlis is a bunch of balabol representing only themselves.
  16. Siberian
    Siberian 23 May 2014 19: 00
    +4
    Poor people - so they "took root" in Dill. Those also celebrate the Holodomor - this is a great holiday. It is not deportation that should be celebrated, but the return home.
  17. 12571752dima
    12571752dima 23 May 2014 19: 05
    +7
    It is necessary to produce a mass department of Siberians in the Crimea (let me be sent first ... bully ). And the "Crimean" Tatars should be generously returned to their former place of residence (from where they have come in large numbers, over the past twenty-odd years).
  18. indiggo
    indiggo 23 May 2014 19: 15
    +4
    everything will be fine, remember that the Majlis shouted that we would raise all the Tatars, and in fact there were no more than 3 thousand active. my relatives went to Crimea to celebrate Victory Day, they were so pleasantly surprised .. right now there are cleansers who catch active people .. They don’t talk about it, and they’re doing it right
  19. tochila
    tochila 23 May 2014 19: 22
    +1
    Plus set !!!! Give deportation to Crimea !!!
  20. homosum20
    homosum20 23 May 2014 20: 47
    +4
    I consider I.V.S. wise person. On the political platform created by him, we lived peacefully for 55 years. If not tagged with a drunk (this is our choice) would have lived longer.
    If people do not want to live well in their native land, send them to live badly in a stranger. The wisest thought. L.P. (Beria) was wiser. He insisted on the discovery of Kingston barges. This would save future generations from many problems.
    In general, if the bastard, led by a lover of corn (right up to the north pole) had not prevailed, now America would have been excused from global sanctions.
    And we have barges. And on the barges there are kingstones.
    All is not lost, comrades.
  21. tomcat117
    tomcat117 23 May 2014 20: 47
    0
    Quote: AleksPol
    If there are brains. calm down, and if not then experience in the North Caucasus has been gained a lot. And there will be no mistakes, as in Chechnya


    I think that with such a Putin they don’t have enough resources, but wait for their Gorbachev, this will be their moment of truth.
    It is necessary for the leadership to be careful in their decisions on this issue, God forbid Khrushchev or flirting with them, the people are very dangerous and uniquely charged.
  22. Kilo-11
    Kilo-11 23 May 2014 21: 35
    0
    We grab grief with this Crimea, but we won’t break through anything! Meanwhile, the US Congress is discussing a bill to allocate 30 billion dollars. revolution in 2017, so it’s burning and not only in Crimea.
    1. ed65b
      ed65b 23 May 2014 21: 57
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      30 million so far.
    2. Commissar of the NKVD
      Commissar of the NKVD 23 May 2014 22: 52
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      Quote: Kilo-11
      The US is discussing a bill to allocate 30 billion dollars.

      Do you have a lot of extra money? wink
    3. aleks_29296
      aleks_29296 23 May 2014 23: 23
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      In the near future, carrying out a revolution in Russia is a futile project. Despite the many disadvantages due to the situation in Ukraine, we now have one big plus - for the first time in the past 20 years, there has been a powerful consolidation of the peoples of Russia. Therefore, people themselves will crush any manifestations of the "Maidan" in our country.
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  23. valery954
    valery954 23 May 2014 22: 00
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    Control, control and control again.
  24. Don Reba
    Don Reba 23 May 2014 22: 31
    +2
    A curious comparison of the Chechen and Tatar satellite channels. There are cartoons and news on the Chechen channel and films in Russian. Many films are purely patriotic. As for the Tatar channel, for a Russian-speaking person it is as useless as the channel of some African republic in Swahili, in Russian there are almost no programs on the Tatar channel. For several months I heard Russian speech on the Tatar channel only a couple of times. Draw your own conclusions.
  25. Inok10
    Inok10 23 May 2014 22: 54
    +4
    Stop, Brothers .. started hysteria .. and, since what Historical times, Crimea is a Tatar territory .. no one at school has taught history or reads the history of Crimea and reports of archaeological expeditions? .. The Greeks, and again the Greeks, at least vyaknut have the right to historical lands .. and, this is a cockroach Tatar-shtetl tribe, according to his business .. as the Scriptures say: .. "And everyone will be rewarded according to his deeds" .. and laugh now wrote Kaliningrad and I love my Koenig! .. :)
  26. samuil60
    samuil60 23 May 2014 22: 55
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    How many jackals do not feed, he still wants to bite by the hand.
  27. roman72-452
    roman72-452 23 May 2014 23: 19
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    There is great hope for the wisdom of the current Russian leadership, if all these "Mejlises" are initially harshly suppressed, everything will be fine. Adequate people will live, the freaks who muddy the waters do not care about their people, they fight exclusively for their own interests, they work off the State Department's money, and they need to show the power and strength, otherwise it is impossible.
  28. Zlyden.Zlo
    Zlyden.Zlo 23 May 2014 23: 38
    +2
    This Tatars from Mars kissed in a hickey with the Germans? Reported to the partisans and the Red Army? And then it turned out that they were not to blame. Let's call everything by their proper names
  29. Observer2014
    Observer2014 23 May 2014 23: 53
    +1
    SO THERE IS SO THAT THE TATARS SIT AND SNOW IN TWO HOUSES. RUSSIANS WILL NOT MORE SLACKING
  30. bda
    bda 24 May 2014 00: 20
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    Quote: sovety
    Here the Chechen people live for themselves and do not celebrate such dates ...

    He notes quite regularly and not such dates dedicated to confrontation with Russia (both deportation, and Day of Chechen women, heroically killed Russian soldiers, etc.). And each time - on a republican scale and at public expense.
    Recently in Kabardino-Balkaria, literally the entire leadership of the republic took part in republican events dedicated to the heroic struggle of the mountaineers with Russia in the Caucasian War (Adyge Memorial Day) (http://www.ekhokavkaza.com/archive/news/20140521/3235/2759 .html? id
    = 25392
    506 )
    And in Dagestan, in general, all official historiography is built on the endless struggle of freedom-loving mountaineers with Urus oppressors.

    One might think that the Crimean Tatars do not see this and do not know, and do not want to snatch anything for themselves, exploiting the "cult of resentment".
  31. gammipapa
    gammipapa 24 May 2014 00: 41
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    I think we need to recall the experience of Chechnya. Oh, how the Chechens hated Russians (again, paid hostility from the West)
    Putin then found the only true way out - he found their man and reforged him into friendship with Russia. There was simply no other way, it was possible to fight there for decades and there would be no sense.
    So here it is necessary to act in this way, to catch and shoot the irresponsible on a quiet basis, to choose a decent person from among the Tatars and organize support for him. They will put things in order further. And Kadyrov is a living example. (an example worthy of respect)
    It is not advisable to evict everyone, they will still serve Russia well, this is a good bridge between Russia and Turkey (5 million Crimean Tatars live there, and they are not very poor)
  32. VPavel
    VPavel 24 May 2014 02: 12
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    [quote = Kilo-11] Let’s grab grief with this Crimea, but let’s break through nothing! Meanwhile, the US Congress is discussing a bill to allocate 30 billion dollars. on revolution with us in 2017. So it will burn and not only in Crimea. [/ quote


    And why not in America stir up the Maidan, so that the State Department had something to do? After all, we also have smart people for such a thing, I hope. And we would impose sanctions, talk about human rights, freedom of speech and much more.
  33. papont1964
    papont1964 24 May 2014 02: 58
    -1
    If you rub the Russian you see the Tatar. Crimean Tatars must be assimilated into Russian reality. Show that Russia is our common home.
  34. vladsolo56
    vladsolo56 24 May 2014 05: 24
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    Every year Russia recalls June 22, 1941 as the tragedy of all the peoples of the USSR and as the most affected Russian people. But let one remember at least one word of hatred against those who fought against us. Against Germans, Italians, Hungarians, etc. By the way, the Crimean Tatars also fought against the USSR, and no less civilians were killed than they died in the process of deportation. Well, so how many decades will this be the basis for hatred? or maybe we’ll start to sort things out on fists? Let the people of the Crimean Tatars ask stupid agitators what they are pushing him to. I would like to ask who among the Crimean Tatars still wants a repetition of what is happening in Ukraine? are there really those for whom death and shelter are better than peace and a quiet life.