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The head of the German community: hundreds of families want to return from Germany to the Crimea

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About 4 of hundreds of families who had previously left for Germany expressed a desire to return to Crimea, Yury Hempel, head of the Crimean regional German national-cultural autonomy, said during the round table. Reports about it RIA News.

The head of the German community: hundreds of families want to return from Germany to the Crimea


“Today we have 1500 appeals from German families. Of these, 400 appeals from Russian Germans who had previously moved to Germany for permanent residence. Practically, there isn’t a week lately that a family from Germany doesn’t come, ”said Gempel.

He noted that “Russian Germans argue their return to Crimea by their unwillingness to put up with the destruction of family and Christian values ​​in the West.”

According to Gempel, “Russian Germans and their descendants deported under Stalin and now living in the CIS countries also want to return to Crimea.”

For those returning, “if there is funds in the federal target program for the development of Crimea until 2020, it is planned to build a compact settlement in the village of Kolchugino near Simferopol, historical whose name is Kronental, ”the head of the community said.

“In our opinion, 168 families could claim state legal support for returning and settling here in the Crimea,” said Gempel.
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  1. avvg
    avvg 29 July 2015 09: 46
    +56
    Everyone (Jews, Germans) wants to go to Crimea, and why not to the Far East?
    1. Name
      Name 29 July 2015 09: 49
      +1
      Quote: avvg
      why not the Far East.

      They are not needed here, the very place in Africa, the Middle East, for the exchange of experience, so to speak. Let them taste the "delights".
      1. shibi
        shibi 29 July 2015 09: 52
        +5
        To begin with, five to seven years to Siberia, to a settlement, and then, if they survive, let them go wherever they want.
        1. comprochikos
          comprochikos 29 July 2015 10: 00
          +10
          Why is everything so bad in Europe that refugees from Germany are already fleeing to Russia? So soon they will run from the States, to master Siberia
          1. Mahmut
            Mahmut 29 July 2015 10: 07
            +30
            They left for Vaterland from Kazakhstan and the Saratov Region, but returned to the Crimea, though. If they run away from devilry, then it is better for them to move closer to the Old Believers on the Yenisei.
            1. dmit-xnumx
              dmit-xnumx 29 July 2015 10: 19
              +7
              “Do you think the Old Believers need them?” I’m not so sure!
              1. Sensatus
                Sensatus 29 July 2015 10: 42
                +37
                A strange reaction for everyone. Personally, I am glad that they finally wanted to go to Russia from the West. This means that we are on the right track. And most importantly - in Russia there is a catastrophic lack of population, if we start from the territory that we have to develop. And the return of former Soviet people is part of the solution to the problem.

                In addition, we Russians have always been famous for hospitality and a wide soul, the ability to get along with people of any nationality and faith, preserving and extending our Russian identity to everyone.

                And what do I see? In response to the desire of our former fellow citizens to return to them, a tub of hostility and bitterness spills over. Have any of you been to Crimea recently? Saw those undeveloped steppes from horizon to horizon? Is there really little space? Yes, there another two million inhabitants will settle down and feel at ease.
                And if you want people to go to Siberia, then create jobs there, introduce benefits, etc., and there will be no end to those who wish.
                And if it’s so good in the Crimea, then why don’t you all crowd there? Does someone forbid you?
                Or am I not understanding something? Enlighten, please.
                1. vadimN
                  vadimN 29 July 2015 11: 52
                  +18
                  Quote: Sensatus
                  And if you want people to go to Siberia, then create jobs there, introduce benefits, etc., and there will be no end to those who wish.


                  And what do you think it turns out that there are jobs, benefits, etc. in Crimea? Crimea after "independence" is almost the same depressive region as the Russian non-black earth or far corners of Siberia. No one promises benefits and jobs in Crimea either, so the conditions are equal with Siberia (we don't count the climate in this case). However, the migrant sufferers do not want to go to Siberia, give them Crimea.
                  Let's remember how they (Jews, Germans, etc.) left for Europe, for Israel. Not all of them, but many of them happily poured slops on their homeland, chanting from the carriages "Goodbye unwashed Russia ...". When it was difficult and it was necessary to fight for life and for the country, they preferred to move away from their country and go to the prosperous "Promised Lands", and now, you see, they wanted to return, and even give them benefits? There are more than enough local unemployed in Crimea. So, to give work to alien Germans or Jews, tired of the "delights" of the historical homeland?
                  ... And you still ask why these immigrants cause irritation, and not joy among local residents.
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                    1. Mahmut
                      Mahmut 29 July 2015 14: 16
                      +4
                      “Do you think the Old Believers need them?” I’m not so sure!

                      But is it really about who the Old Believers need. It seemed, it was about what the Germans want.
                      Let them put a haircloth on their bare torso at least once and feel how a weak soul is torn from the body. This is not in their church sitting organ to listen to.
                  2. Sensatus
                    Sensatus 29 July 2015 14: 05
                    +4
                    Let's remember how they (Jews, Germans, etc.) left for Europe, for Israel. Not all of them, but many of them happily poured slops on their homeland, chanting from the carriages "Goodbye unwashed Russia ...".

                    But didn’t the Russians really water their homeland when they threw hundreds of thousands to the west in the 90s? Yes, and many who stayed ...
                    Yes, the person is not perfect. Most often, he is self-serving, selfish, conducted on the external brilliance and tinsel. But so God created him. There are quarrels even between closest friends. Well now, never forgive anyone?
                    1. sherp2015
                      sherp2015 29 July 2015 17: 53
                      +3
                      Quote: Sensatus
                      But didn’t the Russians really water their homeland when they threw hundreds of thousands to the west in the 90s?


                      I suppose that the real Russians did not water their homeland. And those who were pouring mud, who were pouring down, were just the same "Russian"
                      like doggies, pseudo-idiots and other evil spirits ...
                  3. Vasek Trubachev
                    Vasek Trubachev 29 July 2015 14: 07
                    +3
                    Why do Russian Germans from Germany need state support? Let them sell real estate in Germany and relocate, what's the problem?

                    But no! The old people are resettled, and the kids remain there. In general, they have nothing to do in Crimea.
                    1. voronbel53
                      voronbel53 29 July 2015 15: 08
                      +4
                      Quote: Vasyok Trubachev
                      But no! The old people are resettled, and the kids remain there.

                      The old people will move to live out and stake out a place for the young, but no one is going to work there, they will arrange a holiday village for their children to come there to rest. To ask, will they leave German passports ?, and they will live in two countries - the youth no longer has a Russian mentality, they were born and raised in Germany, so that Russia is no longer their homeland. In general, if they want, let them come on a common basis, what kind of benefits they deserve? ...
                2. Karayakupovo
                  Karayakupovo 29 July 2015 12: 15
                  +2
                  Totally agree with you. Not immediately Moscow was built. It will also have a big political +. We in Russia value traditional human values ​​— family, children. And not gays and lesbians. The article says that they will move to the old German settlement. Let all normal people go to us and then the world will see hu from hu.
                3. Name
                  Name 29 July 2015 13: 01
                  +1
                  Quote: Sensatus
                  In response to the desire of our former fellow citizens to return

                  And do not tell me where these "citizens" you mentioned were during the 90s, please enlighten us.
                  Quote: Sensatus
                  undeveloped steppes from horizon to horizon

                  they will trample, aren't they? laughing
                4. lukke
                  lukke 29 July 2015 23: 18
                  +1
                  For those returning, “if there is funds in the federal target program for the development of Crimea until 2020, it is planned to build a compact settlement in the village of Kolchugino near Simferopol,
                  The Germans themselves know how to settle down very well. Part of my childhood was spent in Kazakhstan, where many Germans lived (along with other peoples - Poles, Ingush, Chechens, etc.) .. So their settlements immediately stood out against the background of ours and Kazakhs and we, moving along the highway, unmistakably determined that Germans mostly live in such and such a settlement) And in the class I had: Mayer, Lemke, Göttinger, etc. - normal Russified slobs, whom I remember with warmth. At the end of the 80s, the head of the Tselinograd region was our German Brown, so the order was such that people came to us from the neighboring Karaganda region for food, and the Karaganda region - the miner's one was also not poor, but we had better, bigger and cheaper. On the way to the airport in Tselinograd there was a state farm "Zarechny" of a completely cottage type, mostly Germans lived there, and so the highlight, even in those years, it was the absence of two identical houses - all individually designed, the presence of playgrounds, flat paths, etc. ...
                  I personally welcome their desire to return or just come to permanent residence in the Crimea.
              2. abrakadabre
                abrakadabre 29 July 2015 10: 58
                +5
                “Do you think the Old Believers need them?” I’m not so sure!
                Old Believers may not, but such working people are needed in Siberia.
            2. RUSS
              RUSS 29 July 2015 11: 04
              +1
              Quote: Mahmut
              They left for Vaterland from Kazakhstan and the Saratov Region, but returned to the Crimea, though.

              In Crimea because ---
              Crimean Germans were the first to experience forced relocation in August 1941. Moreover, it was carried out as ... evacuation to the Ordzhonikidze region in accordance with the Decree of the Council for Evacuation under the Council of People's Commissars of the USSR No. SE-75s. dated August 15, 1941.

              The author found this document in the State Archive of the Russian Federation (Moscow). A feature of the document is the absence of the word “Germans” in the text. The evacuation council allows the "Council of People's Commissars of the Crimean Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic to evacuate 51 thousand people from certain areas (Fraydorf, Naydorf, Kolay, etc.) in coordination with the NKVD."
              1. nemec55
                nemec55 29 July 2015 11: 59
                +3
                Because history does not know their country, they do not catch up that the program is based on a law signed by Putin VV on the rehabilitation of the Crimean peoples (Germans of the Tatars, etc.) which implies the return and legally correct registration of the former property (as I understand the proof that your ancestors or you personally lived there) UNDERSTAND THAT ALL who want to go and can count on help (or something like that) only those who were repressed.
                1. Mahmut
                  Mahmut 29 July 2015 14: 08
                  +1
                  Those who were repressed remained units. The rest are descendants of those who were repressed and they did not leave Crimea. If they want to return to the roots, then Crimea is not their starting point. One way or another, all of their ancestors came from Germany in search of a better life. Let them return, but the conditions of resettlement should not be dictated by them.
                  1. nemec55
                    nemec55 29 July 2015 14: 49
                    +2
                    well, so you wait until the rest die out and there will be nothing to return at all. And when my ancestors were left in the bare steppe of Kazakhstan taking livestock and land at home is this normal ??? For what ??? At 54m, my grandmother’s brother went to Saratov to see how the house was there, they gave him 12 hours to leave or arrest ...
                    1. sherp2015
                      sherp2015 29 July 2015 18: 00
                      +1
                      Quote: nemec55
                      well, so you wait until the rest die out and there will be nothing to return at all. And when my ancestors were left in the bare steppe of Kazakhstan taking livestock and land at home is this normal ??? For what ??? At 54m, my grandmother’s brother went to Saratov to see how the house was there, they gave him 12 hours to leave or arrest ...


                      I support you real Germans and would love to live nearby. I know for sure that the Germans will not let you down, they do not steal, unlike some of the Tozheros people, they are hardworking, they can drink without getting drunk and there are no problems from them!
                      1. nemec55
                        nemec55 29 July 2015 18: 55
                        0
                        Thanks you .
          2. sherp2015
            sherp2015 29 July 2015 17: 48
            0
            Quote: comprochikos
            Why is everything so bad in Europe that refugees from Germany are already fleeing to Russia?


            Yes, if such as this Hempel, then everything is clear. Relatives of such "Germans" as Hempel, even under Stalin, through Mekhlis (the same "German") tried to turn Crimea into autonomy for the "God-chosen", but Stalin saw through their plans ...
            Real Germans lived normally in Siberia and Northern Kazakhstan, in harsh conditions.
        2. Varyag_1973
          Varyag_1973 29 July 2015 10: 01
          +24
          The news has already appeared that 40 thousand Jews from Israel want to move to the Russian Crimea! Now the Germans are drawn to their "historical homeland"!

          We are not against accepting immigrants, but not to Crimea, but to the Far East, we have not yet developed the territories there!

          P.S. Depardieu won’t feel bad in Mordovia either, and doesn’t require state support!
          1. RUSS
            RUSS 29 July 2015 11: 06
            +2
            Quote: Varyag_1973
            We are not against accepting immigrants, but not to Crimea, but to the Far East, we have not yet developed the territories there!

            It is not clear why everyone is being driven to Siberia, but where do you live?
            1. Darwin
              Darwin 29 July 2015 11: 41
              +3
              I'm from Siberia big Tyumen
          2. Name
            Name 29 July 2015 11: 43
            +1
            Quote: Varyag_1973
            , but not to Crimea, but to the Far East,

            And somehow you send there it is not clear who is on the Far East, it’s for you that a sedimentation tank for the unreliable .... YOU are going to drive yourself here, YES HELP. And ... RUSSIANS ... Yes, and the SUN IN THE EAST IS COMING, DO NOT FORGET.
            1. RUSS
              RUSS 29 July 2015 11: 52
              +1
              Quote: name
              whom in the Far East, it is YOU that a sedimentation tank for the unreliable.

              good
          3. vadimN
            vadimN 29 July 2015 11: 56
            0
            Quote: Varyag_1973
            Depardieu won’t feel bad in Mordovia either, and doesn’t require state support!


            I read somewhere recently that the aforementioned Depardieu is only a Russian by passport, but lives in his estate in Belgium ...
          4. sherp2015
            sherp2015 29 July 2015 17: 56
            0
            Quote: Varyag_1973
            The news has already appeared that 40 thousand Jews from Israel want to move to the Russian Crimea! Now the Germans are drawn to their "historical homeland"!


            So it seems that those Germans who want to move there are just from "those 40 thousand"

            In general, real Deutsch is a very reliable people!
        3. nemec55
          nemec55 29 July 2015 11: 05
          +12
          WHAT ARE YOU REMAINING ???????
          What have you done wrong with my ancestors who lived since the time of Catherine 2 in Russia and who served for the good of the fatherland, who died in the first and second world wars, not to mention not large-scale conflicts such as Chechnya
          or do you immediately drive to Siberia ???? so I live in Siberia or you wonder why they left so you ask why there were more Russians than Germans themselves moved here They didn’t take me the Germans (I don’t know German) and the Russians studied and pressed for this geyropu forward me EPT
      2. nemec55
        nemec55 29 July 2015 11: 05
        +5
        And where are you going to the EPT zoo ????????
        1. Name
          Name 29 July 2015 12: 03
          -6
          Quote: nemec55
          And where are you going to the EPT zoo ????????

          And you... negative
          1. nemec55
            nemec55 29 July 2015 12: 55
            +1
            If I live in Russia I hear it
            They are not needed here, the very place in Africa, the Middle East, for the exchange of experience, so to speak. Let them taste the "delights".

            That I’m surely in the zoo you gentlemen, the writers did not further leave your brothers Svidomo on the head of the bruised Ukrainians.
            You still suggest that the Germans make reservations or ghettos.
    2. veksha50
      veksha50 29 July 2015 09: 53
      +14
      Quote: avvg
      Everyone wants to Crimea, why not the Far East



      I can also add cynically: most of those who want to settle down in Crimea are those who, due to some circumstances, life in Germany did not turn out a bit the way she dreamed ... To put it mildly, losers by the same German standards .. .

      PS And the Stalinist deportation is mentioned here at all out of place ... the descendants of the deported never lived in Crimea, so the word "return" here seems to be out of place ...

      Well, exactly where to return to Crimea - on the coast, in beautiful places ??? And if you build a cottage village somewhere in the center of Crimea and offer to engage in agriculture? Will they go ???
      1. RUSS
        RUSS 29 July 2015 11: 29
        +2
        Quote: veksha50
        And if you build a cottage village somewhere in the center of Crimea and offer to engage in agriculture? Will they go ???

        They will go and work, as an example you can take the same Jews who erect crops in the Negev desert (Israel), and the climate is drier there than in the Crimea.
      2. viktorrymar
        viktorrymar 29 July 2015 12: 08
        +10
        And if you build a cottage village somewhere in the center of Crimea and offer to engage in agriculture? Will they go ???


        They will go !!! When the Volga Germans, including my father, then a child, were deported to us in Kazakhstan, they were resettled in deaf villages, and they left for Germany - they all had nice houses, cars, crunchy carpets.
        They know how to work - but they want to come back because their mentality is still ours !!!

        My father did not leave for Germany; he died here.
        1. nemec55
          nemec55 29 July 2015 13: 07
          +2
          Victor - the trouble is that most of the "Russians" think that the Germans in Russia live after the second world tobish former prisoners of war
          1. veksha50
            veksha50 29 July 2015 18: 31
            0
            Quote: nemec55
            Victor - the trouble is that most of the "Russians" think that the Germans in Russia live after the second world tobish former prisoners of war



            Well, only modern victims of the Unified State Examination can say so ... So in vain you are so about the majority of Russians ...
          2. veksha50
            veksha50 29 July 2015 18: 33
            0
            Quote: nemec55
            Victor - the trouble is that most of the "Russians" think that the Germans in Russia live after the second world tobish former prisoners of war



            Well, only modern victims of the Unified State Examination can say so ... So in vain you are so about the majority of Russians ...
        2. veksha50
          veksha50 29 July 2015 18: 30
          +2
          Quote: viktorrymar
          They know how to work - but they want to come back because their mentality is still ours !!!
          My father did not leave for Germany; he died here.


          It is quite possible ... I had two classmates at one time, or rather, a classmate and classmate ...
          And the hard workers, their parents, and at home, and the economy, and work at work, were very different from our Russian race ... well, ..dates ... In the 90s, half of their relatives were in Germany, half (mostly old people) - stayed...

          Sometimes we met when the holidays coincided, and they came to the elderly from Germany ... In general, they are considered Russian there ... Nooooo. no harassment, they live well ... But for the Germans they are Russians ...
    3. INVESTOR
      INVESTOR 29 July 2015 09: 56
      -7
      Quote: avvg
      Everyone (Jews, Germans) wants to go to Crimea, and why not to the Far East?



      Digging trenches and cutting down the forest for the good of the Motherland, otherwise one does not need to bask in the sun a lot of mind.

      But the Chinese want to the Far East ..
      1. Vend
        Vend 29 July 2015 10: 05
        +23
        When it was bad, they fled. Now it’s good, they are returning, and even support for them. Let them spend earned euros on resettlement and accommodation. State support is needed for people living in Russia and the Crimea, those who in bad times remained in their homeland.
        1. reservist
          reservist 29 July 2015 10: 19
          0
          so it seems that it didn’t work to earn some money in Germany, they want to try their luck in Crimea ...
          I just don’t understand what is the point of doing a separate village for them ...
          1. reservist
            reservist 29 July 2015 18: 01
            +2
            read the story of the village of Kolchugino-Kronental, founded two centuries ago by German colonists ...
            if the Tatars returned to the Crimea, then the Germans, then why are they worse?

            modern photos from Kolchugino



            Kronental, 1907. On the left is a Catholic church, on the right is a Lutheran church.
        2. Asadullah
          Asadullah 29 July 2015 10: 24
          +8
          Let them spend earned euros on resettlement and accommodation.


          So they will spend it. The Germans are good, the Germans are needed, not for nothing that Peter brought them in packs. Yes, and support is not material, administrative. And they don’t ask for Yalta, near Simferopol. It's me, I will live in Yalta.)))
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            1. nemec55
              nemec55 29 July 2015 11: 02
              +2
              Near Omsk there are not two villages, but the German Autonomous Region of Azovo with many villages. There are also in Altai
    4. Georgy USSR
      Georgy USSR 29 July 2015 10: 01
      +1
      Better Germans than Jews
      1. Dan4eG
        Dan4eG 29 July 2015 10: 06
        +1
        Yes, it’s better not to believe in kickbacks than to flog all nonsense!
      2. provincial
        provincial 29 July 2015 10: 15
        +2
        we can’t rake our goods in bulk.
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      4. Sergey Medvedev
        Sergey Medvedev 29 July 2015 10: 22
        +1
        Quote: George USSR
        Better Germans than Jews


        Better yet, help those people who have never deserted anywhere from our country.
    5. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 29 July 2015 10: 12
      +4
      Quote: avvg
      Everyone (Jews, Germans) wants to go to Crimea, and why not to the Far East?

      They were already there in the late 40s, they did not like it. Not climate hi
    6. dmit-xnumx
      dmit-xnumx 29 July 2015 10: 17
      +1
      - Because "the latitude is Crimean, but the longitude is Kolyma"!
    7. vitaliy707
      vitaliy707 29 July 2015 10: 24
      +1
      You suggest to send to the Far East :)
    8. fox21h
      fox21h 29 July 2015 10: 28
      +1
      As tourists, please, otherwise, go through the woods, what about the Far East or North, people are also needed there
    9. nemec55
      nemec55 29 July 2015 10: 52
      +1
      WHAT ARE YOU REMAINING ???????
      What have you done wrong with my ancestors who lived since the time of Catherine 2 in Russia and who served for the good of the fatherland, who died in the first and second world wars, not to mention not large-scale conflicts such as Chechnya
      or do you immediately drive to Siberia ???? so I live in Siberia or you wonder why they left so you ask why there were more Russians than Germans themselves moved here They didn’t take me the Germans (I don’t know German) and the Russians studied and pressed for this geyropu forward me EPT
    10. RUSS
      RUSS 29 July 2015 11: 01
      0
      Quote: avvg
      Everyone (Jews, Germans) wants to go to Crimea, and why not to the Far East?

      Well, firstly, those who previously lived in Crimea or his ancestors wanted to return, and secondly, everyone is free to live where he wants, even better than the Germans (Russian Germans) come than thousands of migrants from Asia.
    11. nemec55
      nemec55 29 July 2015 11: 04
      +1
      WHAT ARE YOU REMAINING ???????
      What have you done wrong with my ancestors who lived since the time of Catherine 2 in Russia and who served for the good of the fatherland, who died in the first and second world wars, not to mention not large-scale conflicts such as Chechnya
      or do you immediately drive to Siberia ???? so I live in Siberia or you wonder why they left so you ask why there were more Russians than Germans themselves moved here They didn’t take me the Germans (I don’t know German) and the Russians studied and pressed for this geyropu forward me EPT
    12. Nugmatylun
      Nugmatylun 29 July 2015 11: 46
      -1
      It's cold here, the territory, though large, is very "vulnerable". Lives in the Far East 4 million and no more
    13. nemec55
      nemec55 29 July 2015 12: 59
      -1
      In the Crimea because they were repressed from there.
    14. Antoshka
      Antoshka 29 July 2015 13: 11
      0
      What kind of viciousness do you have? When they were deported, they probably didn’t ask very much where they would like to move out of their home, and you again tell them where to go? Why don’t you go to the Far East?
    15. Homo
      Homo 29 July 2015 14: 32
      0
      Quote: avvg
      Everyone (Jews, Germans) wants to go to Crimea, and why not to the Far East?

      And again a stupid comment and a bunch of pluses under it. Is it not destiny to read the article carefully? The key words "return to Crimea" - because they left for Germany!
    16. An60
      An60 29 July 2015 16: 03
      -3
      In-in! On their Kuril Islands!
    17. sherp2015
      sherp2015 29 July 2015 17: 41
      0
      Quote: avvg
      Everyone (Jews, Germans) wants to go to Crimea, and why not to the Far East?



      ))) Yes ... Entot gempel a little like a German)))

      These are where it’s warm ...
    18. Arestant
      Arestant 29 July 2015 19: 10
      -2
      Quote: avvg
      Everyone (Jews, Germans) wants to go to Crimea,

      Yes, the fake is stupid, that the Germans, that the Jews are not going to Crimea in droves. Never mind, as I say - complete blizzard.
  2. Dan4eG
    Dan4eG 29 July 2015 09: 46
    +3
    That the Jews want, now the Germans, who is next !?
    1. nadezhiva
      nadezhiva 29 July 2015 09: 51
      +2
      If only the Ukrainians from Canada.
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  3. andrei332809
    andrei332809 29 July 2015 09: 47
    +4
    why not to Vorkuta? Germans, Jews, everyone wanted to go to Crimea ... go to Birobidzhan
  4. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 29 July 2015 09: 49
    +6
    When Crimea was Ukrainian, no one was eager to return. This already says a lot.
    "Russian Germans argue their return to Crimea with reluctance to put up with the destruction of family and Christian values ​​in the West."

    Normal people with human values ​​do not want to live in a "rainbow" society. They take care of their children, and they themselves are disgusting.
    1. Altona
      Altona 29 July 2015 09: 53
      +2
      Quote: rotmistr60
      When Crimea was Ukrainian, no one was eager to return. This already says a lot.

      ---------------------
      They removed it from my tongue, I also thought about it ... But in Crimea, of course, it’s better and it’s not even about some values, the climate is dumb better ... And living in a compact ethnic settlement you can arrange a comfortable, self-sufficient life better than in Germany ...
  5. antiaircrafter
    antiaircrafter 29 July 2015 09: 49
    +9
    “In our opinion, 168 families could apply for state-legal support in returning and settling here in the Crimea,” Hempel said.

    In my opinion, they could apply for state-legal support in arranging the Russian-Chinese border.
    I believe that all returnees and immigrants need to determine their place of residence based not on their wishes, but only on state need. With a ban on changing the place of residence for 25 years.
    1. Nehist
      Nehist 29 July 2015 10: 05
      -2
      Strongly said! I support but not to them 25 themselves, but to their children who have lived 25 and to them without visiting at all.
      1. Igarr
        Igarr 29 July 2015 10: 24
        -2
        I will also support it.
        And how 25 years will pass - general execution. Especially - unborn.
        For - not fucking ...
        ...
        Guys, let's not draw the coolest conclusions on one-off, obscure articles.
        Some Hempel ... or Pretzel ... said something to a journalist. It may well be that someone was asking the question (from Germany) about the return and no more.
        And this is Hempel - he is more concerned about staying afloat himself, so that the financial trickle does not dry up, the support program does not end.
        And the journalist helps him with this.
        ...
        We begin to shuffle people right and left.
        It’s somehow wrong, don’t you?
  6. viacheslav77
    viacheslav77 29 July 2015 09: 50
    +15
    Quote: Dan4eG
    That the Jews want, now the Germans, who is next !?

    mass repentance
    Conscious of my guilt.
    Meru. Power. Depth
    And ask me to send
    On the current war.
    There is no war - I will accept everything -
    The link. Hard labor The prison.
    But preferably in July,
    And preferably in the Crimea.
  7. atamankko
    atamankko 29 July 2015 09: 50
    +1
    This "rolling stone", where it is better, there they are.
  8. Wedmak
    Wedmak 29 July 2015 09: 51
    +12
    But ...
    if there are funds in the federal target program for the development of Crimea before the 2020 year, it is planned to build a compact settlement

    But what, your money is not enough? You went there for a good life? Probably accumulated. Come and build, buy houses. Damn, how Russian comes to his historical homeland, so get out yourself, and as a German returns, so is the federal program.
    The Jews, in general, do not seem to be insolent. They made a country for you, organized the resettlement, so you live in your "native" lands. And then, like a bath leaf, where it is better, there will be a Jewish community.
  9. Severomor
    Severomor 29 July 2015 09: 51
    +3
    previously moved to permanent residence in Germany
    - that says it all.

    What for? In the Volga region - please, in sunny Kazakhstan - you can ..... probably.
    Now the God's chosen people also deign to inhabit the Crimea.
  10. Decathlon
    Decathlon 29 July 2015 09: 52
    +2
    And, with Ukrainians, why weren’t you going to move ?! Or have values ​​changed in Europe over the past year ?! recourse
  11. demo
    demo 29 July 2015 09: 54
    +1
    However, under Russian law, a person born on the territory of the Russian Federation (in the past of the RSFSR) has the right to obtain citizenship under a simplified scheme.

    The Germans who left the USSR for Germany with great difficulty adapt to local conditions.
    Socialist education, in the complex, is not so easy to erase from consciousness.
  12. sl22277
    sl22277 29 July 2015 09: 54
    +3
    What the hell to Crimea ?! We have a large country, and Siberia and the Far East, the Urals. When it was difficult in the country, you were blamed for a mound, for a more calm and well-fed life. You did not want to live and work in Russia. To build and help in difficult times for their country! So they only saw from this: "Russian Germans argue their return to Crimea with reluctance to put up with the destruction of family and Christian values ​​in the West." Hypocrites!
  13. Ajent cho
    Ajent cho 29 July 2015 10: 01
    +2
    unwillingness to put up with the destruction in the West of family and Christian values
    But with these questions - to the indexes, please.
    An interesting situation. They flee to Europe from Africa, and from Europe to Russia.
  14. A-Sim
    A-Sim 29 July 2015 10: 05
    +2
    Here are still alive those who remember what their fellow tribesmen did in World War II. According to the Federal Program, Russians need to be relocated to Crimea with the allocation of funds for the arrangement and construction (best of all, young specialists). Like Turkey Crimean Tatars 20 years ago. The rest of the nations themselves will make their way.
  15. Zomanus
    Zomanus 29 July 2015 10: 09
    +1
    Interesting thing ... Well, Crimea is definitely not worth populating any. And even to Siberia is not necessary. It is enough to settle on the periphery of central Russia: Penza, Tambov, Saratov ... And in the Crimea you don’t. And also see who is eager for us. I would definitely not accept retirees for retirees. They were squeezed out there to the glory of Rey ... the EU, and the waste is sent to us for survival. Is it like there would be more money for migrants?
  16. Tankmaster
    Tankmaster 29 July 2015 10: 11
    +2
    Yes .. smart-ass Jews left for Germany and became Germans there, and then they urgently became "Russians" and they want to go to Crimea ... they can be promised this, but first they will have to work for 25 years in the Far East ... and I think that from number 400 will become zero ...
    German-speaking German Jews must be dealt with in Jewish ...
  17. LukaSaraev
    LukaSaraev 29 July 2015 10: 13
    +4
    Quote: George USSR
    Better Germans than Jews

    Well yes. there is a paraphrase of the saying, "an uninvited guest is better than a Tatar."
    One question, when you write, do you think or just claudia clove?

    As for the essence of the article. then, like the practical majority, the place also becomes incomprehensible. I also want to go to Crimea. I live in Siberia. Come on over. work. especially. that the "German villages" you once abandoned are still standing still. They are waiting for a hardworking German guy.
  18. taram taramych
    taram taramych 29 July 2015 10: 16
    0
    From Russia, the problem is to return. It seems that soon and nowhere will be.
  19. crambol
    crambol 29 July 2015 10: 21
    +6


    _ I wonder where the commentators got so much anger from! It seems that those returning to their homeland are stepping on their genitals.
    P.S. Here is exactly the same bestial attitude towards the Russians in the Baltic states.



    1. nemec55
      nemec55 29 July 2015 19: 07
      +1
      Also struck by such anger. It’s disgusting by the saying that I myself won’t give it to others. They know that where the Germans are there, cleanliness and order, and if they don't give them dirt and ruin.
      1. crambol
        crambol 29 July 2015 21: 38
        0

        _Thank. Touched.

  20. RomanS
    RomanS 29 July 2015 10: 24
    +2
    Neither Jews nor Germans in terms of resettlement hear about investments in the development of the region. The calculation of government funding and the creation of ethnic groups. Purely Hohlyadsky approach for free. But in the end it turns out an interesting vinaigrette, the Crimea will be inhabited by different enclaves. Excellent in religion, language, culture. And everyone will demand their share in government. A great way for long-term destabilization of the region.
    1. bronya61
      bronya61 29 July 2015 10: 31
      0
      You can wait a while with the Jews. The Germans should be given first priority by agreeing on investment issues with the German government.
  21. evil partisan
    evil partisan 29 July 2015 10: 24
    +2
    A dangerous event for the present time in the Crimea to ride request . Hahly criminal cases will be opened for all immigrants. yes How will they live with IT then? what Damocles sword, like ... sad
  22. bronya61
    bronya61 29 July 2015 10: 28
    +1
    The Germans are a disciplined and hard-working people. In Crimea, work is not an open land, so the Germans in Crimea will not be superfluous.
  23. kuz363
    kuz363 29 July 2015 10: 31
    -2
    The Germans want a freebie at the expense of the Russian taxpayer to get land and houses in the Crimea. Here is a concrete example. A housemate, a German, is collecting documents for this benefit, as her parents were evicted from the Crimea. She is not poor, she had a business, and now there are several apartments. Of course, there is a condition of this program from 2014 - that the applicant should not have his own housing. And where did you see the poor German without housing? So she wants to sell the apartment, live with relatives, as in need of housing. To keep everything clean. And then, after receiving property in the Crimea, to sell or rent it, and to return here again, having bought a new apartment. In Russia, are few people living in disastrous conditions and can it be better to help them?
    1. nemec55
      nemec55 31 July 2015 10: 10
      0
      Nonsense - the Germans never tried to take anything for free. The Germans only plow like wolves. But the Germans were taken away for free and more than once (I can sober up your memory)
  24. valken
    valken 29 July 2015 10: 31
    0
    soft power
  25. sv68
    sv68 29 July 2015 10: 43
    +1
    the cycle of Germans and Europe ...
  26. AID.S
    AID.S 29 July 2015 10: 45
    +1
    What spears to break, if people want to live in Crimea, let them come or move and live. One damn thing everyone will do it for their money. It feels like comments that the state program has been adopted to populate Crimea with patriots, but less or less unworthy are already trying to get through. Actually, which of the commentators is ready to sell the apartment, break away from their native places and rush to live in Crimea ?
  27. afrikanez
    afrikanez 29 July 2015 10: 49
    +1
    The one who once dumped from Russia (in fact betrayed) to the Crimea should not be allowed at all. Rushing about on the ground like fallen leaves. Such people are not needed by Russia.
  28. valokordin
    valokordin 29 July 2015 10: 59
    0
    The return of the Germans and Jews of our former citizens is a good idea, it will help Russia, just let them come with money and build. We have little money, unfortunately. We have a lot of money only among the bourgeoisie.
  29. VNP1958PVN
    VNP1958PVN 29 July 2015 10: 59
    +1
    But what nobody wants to return to the Trans-Baikal Territory. Or should it also first be attached to Russia?
  30. Watchdog
    Watchdog 29 July 2015 11: 18
    -1
    Canes! Now everyone wants to go to Crimea. A sort of village of German saboteurs under the noses of our military. Crimea is not rubber - let them go to Krasnodar Territory!
  31. sgr291158
    sgr291158 29 July 2015 11: 19
    -1
    And what immediately to the Crimea then. In Russia there are many places where you can still go. For example, Magadan.
  32. Rostislav
    Rostislav 29 July 2015 11: 27
    +2
    If the motive is really
    “Russian Germans argue their return to Crimea with reluctance to put up with the destruction of family and Christian values ​​in the West”

    you can only welcome their desire. It is especially pleasing that it is in Russia that they see the possibility of preserving family and Christian values.
  33. Seraphimamur
    Seraphimamur 29 July 2015 11: 35
    +3
    What is wrong if even Germans and Jews come to us, they left our mentality from the union. And most importantly, these are specialists who can work, mostly cultural people. Let them not literate natives of Central Asia with a Wahhabi bias and criminal manners.
  34. Crimson cloud
    Crimson cloud 29 July 2015 11: 37
    +1
    I don’t know about state support, but on the whole it seems to me that this is a very good initiative in terms of reputation and image. As well as the trip to Crimea of ​​the French deputies, despite the opposition of their leadership and Ukrainian tantrums. We must use this, let everyone know that nobody wanted to go to the Ukrainian Crimea, and what’s going on to the Russian one.
  35. Wolka
    Wolka 29 July 2015 11: 47
    -2
    here it’s not necessary for Jews and Jews to be allowed back to Crimea ...
  36. dnx70
    dnx70 29 July 2015 11: 51
    +2
    I also want to live in Crimea !!!!!
  37. vladimirw
    vladimirw 29 July 2015 12: 21
    0
    yes let them come back, but for their money
  38. nikolaus
    nikolaus 29 July 2015 14: 00
    +1
    Answer to the African :: so that your ancestors up to the 10th knee rush about the earth like leaves and you along with them !!!!!!!! And none of you would know peace .. Such as you betrayed your Homeland Russia!
    1. Russian
      Russian 29 July 2015 23: 10
      0
      The historical homeland of the Germans is Germany, so let them fight for values ​​there!
    2. Watchdog
      Watchdog 31 July 2015 10: 10
      0
      I'm sorry, but the ancestors of the African’s 10 knee will not be able to rush anywhere, because there is a maximum of them there can be a knee to the 3-th, they ancestorsAnd not descendants!
  39. sw6513
    sw6513 29 July 2015 17: 38
    +3
    There is nothing wrong with returning to the historical homeland, but it is unreasonable to build housing, and it’s unprofitable. Can this be for show?
  40. Russian
    Russian 29 July 2015 23: 06
    0
    Quote: avvg
    Everyone (Jews, Germans) wants to go to Crimea, and why not to the Far East?

    It is possible but only after a 10 year probationary period in Transbaikalia.
  41. Russian
    Russian 29 July 2015 23: 09
    0
    What an argument (unwillingness to put up with the destruction of family and Christian values ​​in the West), although in fact they will bring their own European "priceless values".
  42. bald
    bald 30 July 2015 10: 41
    +1
    In Siberia, we have German villages (formed after the resettlement from the Volga region), I am familiar with some of their inhabitants. The Germans are solid. Soundly. Good!