Crimean discord




History Crimea tells that this land has always been considered a tasty morsel for many hunters for geopolitical prey. Who has not claimed this sunny peninsula since the last century: they are the Turks, the French, the British, and fascist Germany. After all the glorious wars, Russia, it would seem, staked out the right to call the Crimea its own. The All-Union Health Resort received annually several million tourists from different Republics of the USSR and developed dynamically. In principle, there was no case for anyone that Comrade Khrushchev decided in February 1954 to donate the Crimean region to the Ukrainian SSR due to the “commonality of the economy and territorial proximity”. Disputes surrounding this decision came to light immediately after the collapse of the Soviet Union. However, we must dwell on the background of the decision of Nikita Khrushchev.

Today, the lips of many analysts who are not burdened with “multiculturalism” can be heard that Khrushchev did in his time a true knight's move. According to them, Khrushchev decided on such an adventure not because of a great love for Ukraine, but because of the looming threat of paying the American Joint, 20, a billion dollars in contributions for the fact that the USSR had violated obligations to create large Jewish autonomy on the Crimean land. According to these calculations, Khrushchev withdrew Crimea from the RSFSR, thereby depriving Americans of the opportunity to indirectly claim the Peninsula through the organization of the Joint. After all, the Ukrainian SSR cannot fulfill the obligations that the USSR leadership gave in 20's. Allegedly, to implement the settlement of the Crimea completely, Stalin even organized the deportation of Crimean Tatars from the Black Sea Peninsula to the Jews.

This version deserves attention, but it looks too beautiful and even detective (in a Bond style). First, without diminishing the merits of Nikita Khrushchev, it is worth noting that by that time the Jewish Autonomous Region already existed for almost 20 years (since May 1934) in the Far East. Secondly, why then did Stalin evict Chechens from their historic lands? Maybe he wanted to create as many as three (!) Jewish autonomies: the first - with the capital in Birobidzhan, the second - in Simferopol, plus a third - in Grozny. It's hard to believe.

But be that as it may, Crimea in 1954 passed under the warm wing of Kiev with a light stroke of the pen of Nikita Khrushchev. And then came the dashing nineties. Crimeans realized that they were left without Russia, and, as is known, the Russian-speaking residents on the peninsula are the overwhelming majority. From that moment began serious contradictions between the population of the Crimea and the central Ukrainian authorities. It even went so far that Kiev in 1995 decided to annul the Crimean constitution and presidency on the peninsula. In fact, the autonomous status of the Crimea was eliminated. This provoked outbursts of indignation from the inhabitants of the Crimea. Against the background of the unfolding events, the indigenous peoples of the Crimea peninsula began to declare themselves more actively. To a greater extent, this can be said about the Crimean Tatars, who declared their claims specifically for Tatar autonomy as part of the Black Sea Peninsula.

The matter was compounded by the fact that it was necessary to divide the Black Sea Fleet between Ukraine and Russia. Since 1997, it was decided to base two fleets at once in Sevastopol. And if in the city there are two fleetthen around them, according to all the laws of the genre, a conflict should erupt. As we know, the conflict erupted, so much so that during the Russian operation against Georgia in 2008, by secret orders of Viktor Yushchenko, the ships of the Ukrainian Black Sea Fleet tried to block the exit to the open sea and the back entrance to the bay to the warships of the Russian Black Sea Fleet.

On the territory of the peninsula began to appear strange concrete boxes near the coast. Thus, the Crimean Tatars tried to show who should rule on the Crimean land. It happened and it happens that for the demolition of these illegal, in the opinion of the authorities, buildings were driven by bulldozers who, under the guise of riot police and army special forces, "cleaned" the coastal territory of the peninsula. This caused a storm of indignation among the Tatar communities, which could not get enough seats in the Crimean parliament. Their “Mejlis”, while not being legitimate in the Crimea, in fact, has acted and so far is only a “funny” Crimean Tatar authority.

But there came a time when another side was added to the conflict in Crimea. This is the Crimean Cossacks, who decided that they certainly have the right to private ownership of land in the Crimea. A multilateral melee began between the Tatars, the Cossacks and the police. In some places it was like fighting without rules for the joy of the viewers, but, in fact, the passions were not at all comical. Here we should not forget that at the time of 90-s, the authorities managed to break through and “chop off” tidbits of land and real estate from criminal authorities. These people, in principle, do not care who will hold power in the Crimea. During the time that has elapsed since their “settling” on the territory of Autonomy, they have managed to acquire a whole corruption network, which clearly will not allow these people to reach either the police, or the Tatar communities, or the Cossacks - the newly-minted owners of the Black Sea land.

As a result, today we have to admit that, due to incessant fights for property and power disputes, the potential of Crimea remains unfulfilled. Residents of Western foreign countries do not go to the Crimea to rest, the infrastructure is slowly aging and deteriorating, the level of service remains inadequate to the asking prices. In general, the Crimea remains a land of contention to this day.
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  1. Splin
    Splin 4 October 2011 10: 50 New
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    And in the Krasnodar Territory, what is not the same? Or rest is cheaper than in Crimea. Everyone knows cheaper rest in Egypt or in Turkey. There Jews from Israel on their New Year arrived in Uman. Local money was cut from them, which was more profitable to fly to New York. So everywhere. Tear off money so that is enough for a year. And all these Cossacks or radical Tatars are a trifle on which do not pay attention. When in Egypt there was a revolution, our (from the CIS) tourists only rejoiced - cheaper tours became!
    1. opium21 4 October 2011 19: 19 New
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      I live in Novorossiysk Kabardinka 10 km Anapa 20 Gelendzhik 24 abrau-dyurso wipe-the sea is black truth it is blue and when the weather is bad black this year swam in the sea 3 times and then the guests pulled out from the house to the sea 150 m fishing trip Temryuk on estuaries oh how I want tired of the sea river
      1. Splin
        Splin 4 October 2011 19: 28 New
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        The same nonsense. I live in Odessa. I often travel to the Crimea. Because I know about the places there. And since almost everything is one to one, only probably a dozen times in the sea plunged over the summer. And I catch fish on the Danube (there are wheels).
        1. Superduck
          Superduck 4 October 2011 22: 29 New
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          Quote: Splin
          And I catch fish on the Danube (there are wheels).

          Damn, a happy person. In our Kharkiv region, there’s nowhere to fish for fish; all marriages knocked out bastards. Minute, perch 50 grams for happiness.
  2. SIA
    SIA 4 October 2011 11: 17 New
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    Oh damn, if not for these boundaries. And I would like to roll into the Crimea, relax.
    1. Splin
      Splin 4 October 2011 11: 27 New
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      What bothers you? If you are not smuggling you are welcome. Even a passport is not necessary.
      1. SIA
        SIA 4 October 2011 12: 53 New
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        As for the passport, is it true that it is not necessary?
        1. montemor 4 October 2011 17: 37 New
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          or rather nowhere. want to go by car, want to like. welcome.
      2. does it 9 October 2011 11: 15 New
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        many would travel to Crimea so salaries are small
  3. fellow misha 4 October 2011 12: 32 New
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    "Dear" N.S. Khrushchev will turn over in his grave for hundreds of years, for his vile deed with respect to Russia, I hope our descendants will return what our ancestors fought for more than one hundred years, and then he took a nerd and gave a bride to whom and do not know why.
    1. Splin
      Splin 4 October 2011 12: 36 New
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      Pretty words of a petty nationalist.
      You comrade Misha is not invited to Crimea.
  4. fellow misha 4 October 2011 12: 51 New
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    Splin Why did you decide that I was a petty nationalist? Explain to me, it was necessary to give the “Pearl of Russia" to someone, I have absolutely nothing against the Ukrainians, and every year they invite me to the Crimea and I use invitations of local residents.
    1. URB
      URB 4 October 2011 12: 58 New
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      but what’s the difference to you, where is he (Crimea)? whether he was in Ukraine or in Russia, he would still come and pay a bunch of grandmothers for the rest .......... anyway it's not yours ... what difference does it make to you ??? neither better nor worse do you live from this! and so on in everything!
      1. Tyumen
        Tyumen 4 October 2011 20: 51 New
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        URB,
        True thought. It seems to some that if they were Russian Crimea, they would have rested there for free. Yeah, ask someone in the Russian village to live a month for free, have a drink, take a walk. This, of course, does not apply to friends' invitations.
    2. Splin
      Splin 4 October 2011 13: 12 New
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      The words "fame to whom" push it. I will not explain about the economic feasibility of transferring the Crimea to the Ukrainian SSR, I already wrote once. In February 54th, Khrushchev was in power for three months. And you think he would have had the strength to transfer Crimea on his own. The decision roamed the corridors a long time ago, under Stalin. Carried out under Khrushchev.
      PS If you are in Crimea, then you know that there, apart from the Tatars, no one is singled out. And then lately there is even no such issue in relevance.
      1. Superduck
        Superduck 4 October 2011 22: 42 New
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        + I want to add that the losses of the RSFSR in the territories during the loss of Crimea were compensated by the territories transferred to the RSFSR in Kharkov, Donetsk and Lugansk regions. The best chernozems in the world among other things in exchange for the barren steppes of Crimea. At the same time, these transfers took place on both sides several times since Ukraine entered the USSR, territories, by the way, left Ukraine and Belarus, and even Poland in 1945.
  5. fellow misha 4 October 2011 14: 44 New
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    URB if only everyone had this attitude to their homeland and its history, then there would have been no state on 1/6 of the land, but most likely there were banana republics supplying resources for a song (or even for meager food) "golden billion".
    Why do I need the Far East of the Russian Federation, because I will never return it to the Chinese (they have been watching for a long time), etc. Pindos, looking at Siberia for a long time in the UN push the project of no man's land is when less than one inhabitant per square kilometer, it is necessary to give it right there no one lives and I will not live let Uncle Sam live if he wants to
    1. Splin
      Splin 4 October 2011 15: 40 New
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      As there is three-dimensional volume, there is time. You should not evaluate everything only with realities today. What happened yesterday cannot be returned. And what did you do to have a good tomorrow. Drown the world in blood to become a great power. Khrenushki - not work out. Russia now does not have such allies who would sign up for it in big showdowns, as in past world wars. Itself if you start to fight, you can lose everything. From the Kuril Islands to the Urals, China and Japan, to Moscow, Europe and the United States can take a walk. Crimea, Armenia and Ukraine-Turkey will swallow.
      There is only one way out. To prove economically their superiority not only over CIS neighbors, but also to the world that would look at the Russian Federation, not as a country rich in hydrocarbons, but also as a leader in everything. And not nominal as it is now, but real.
      1. Tyumen
        Tyumen 4 October 2011 20: 09 New
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        Splin
        Whatever Russia does, the whole world is only frightened of Russian evidence. Is this a way out?
        1. Splin
          Splin 4 October 2011 20: 25 New
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          Is there another? Just the approach needs to be changed.
    2. Sergh
      Sergh 4 October 2011 19: 44 New
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      , about my Siberia do not stutter. We’ll crush any Merikos here. In the tundra by smell we find, from under the ground ...
      1. Alexey Prikazchikov
        Alexey Prikazchikov 4 October 2011 20: 38 New
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        SA agrees bro, I am from near Krasnoyarsk duck here we are ready to crush American-like untransformers that Chinese animals don’t want to wet the crest of Ukrainians with us, well, let them take care of the current themselves, then they don’t stick am
        1. Splin
          Splin 4 October 2011 20: 48 New
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          Yeah, how sharply they forgot about Crimea. And we won’t get all the Russians in Moscow. In Ukraine, 85 nations also live. And I am a citizen of Ukraine, not Ukrainian.
  6. fellow misha 4 October 2011 20: 28 New
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    I didn’t want to touch Siberia in any way, I just tried to develop the idea of ​​people who shouldn’t give a damn about their country. Kuril yes for God's sake, etc. (although I admit Crimea, alas, not ours)
  7. opium21 4 October 2011 21: 11 New
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    guys what are you for a vacation fee if you could see that the horror is being pressed by the beach red corn bananas yes watermelon skins they fall for 2-7 tearing off dirt and stink this invasion honestly I don’t like holiday-makers brought you money - deleted - my land and country are dearer to me than your piggy banks, please be cultural and bash-bazooki in my native land
    1. DEfindER 5 October 2011 15: 39 New
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      Uncultured everywhere is full, and of course we have to fight it .. but the point is a bit different, of course now we from Russia can safely come to the Crimea and have a rest, but who guarantees us that the nationalists will not come to power in Ukraine tomorrow and will not close the shop for Russian, or open it to the Pindos, and they will be housed there and will spoil on the beaches, and rape the locals in Japan ??
      1. Splin
        Splin 5 October 2011 16: 37 New
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        It will not be loud - this I can guarantee. And millions more like me. They (Natsiks) tried to come under Yushche; they did not succeed and did not succeed. Ukraine is multipolar in its structure. We are not the Baltic States or even Georgia. Come to Crimea to rest - feel free! But patriotism should not be confused with nationalism.
        1. Tyumen
          Tyumen 5 October 2011 21: 27 New
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          Why then does Ukrainian patriot riotism look like: with anyone, preferably richer, but not with Russia? After all, it is clear to anyone that they will swallow you.
          1. Splin
            Splin 6 October 2011 02: 15 New
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            Yes, it is so simply presented in the Russian media - swallow, swallow. Do not look only from one side.
  8. _arbit
    _arbit 6 October 2011 07: 46 New
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    Well, if you think that vacationing in Crimea is expensive, then I don’t need to try to find out the price in Kamchatka :) you’ll be very surprised that beauty and cheapness in Crimea are compared to them :) And it’s easier to fly to Japan, Korea, etc. than generally move west
  9. DEfindER 6 October 2011 10: 20 New
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    The problem is that for some reason your Ukrainian leaders are doing the opposite with respect to their election promises, and their policy is very close to nationalism when they try to supplant everything Russian, it seems to them that the main thing is to win the election, and it doesn’t matter with what slogans, and then why all contrary to their own people ..
    In Russia, by the way, the same thing happens ..