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People without a home. The problem of homelessness is widespread

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Despite the fact that in recent years the standard of living of the country's population as a whole is significantly higher than in the first post-Soviet decade, Russia faces many acute social problems that pose a threat to the national security of the Russian state. Social polarization of the population, unemployment, high cost of housing, low quality of education - this is not a complete list of problems that the state needs to solve in the first place, if, of course, it wants to occupy a serious place in world politics and ensure a decent existence of its population. One of the most serious and disgraceful problems of the country for the 21st century is the presence of a large number of homeless people. In the modern world, according to the United Nations, there are at least 100 million people who do not have their own roof over their heads. The number of homeless in modern Russia, according to most experts, is several million people. In addition, there are still "actual" homeless, formally still having a roof over your head. They are both homeless people who were expelled from their apartments and houses by relatives or abandoned their homes, as well as citizens registered in orphanages, homes for the disabled and the elderly, prisons and colonies. The exact number of people with no fixed abode is unknown, and at least an approximate idea of ​​it can only be given by the All-Russian Population Census.


The reason for the mass homelessness in Russia - the collapse of the USSR

The roots of the modern problem of the homeless population of Russia lie in the economic and social catastrophe that followed the collapse of the Soviet state. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, millions of people suddenly lost the state, which, for all controversial moments, still cared about the welfare of its citizens and tirelessly improved it. It is enough to pay attention to the pace of housing construction during the Soviet era, especially during the 1960-1980-s. In the post-Soviet space, there was an escalation of numerous armed conflicts on interethnic grounds, and the collapse of industry and rising prices led to a massive impoverishment of the population. Despite the fact that many Russians were able to freely do business, grow rich and provide themselves with a high standard of living, for the majority of the country's population the destruction of the Soviet system of social guarantees, universal employment and housing provided very negative consequences. Homelessness, in many ways, is a product of the post-Soviet era. Of course, persons without a certain place of residence were in Soviet times, however, homelessness became a widespread phenomenon only after the collapse of the USSR. Firstly, this was due to the impoverishment of millions of Russian citizens who lost regular earnings in bankrupt and “embarked” industrial enterprises. Marginalization and lumpenization of millions of Russians followed the loss of work and deepening the sense of hopelessness and loss. People began to drink too much, who are younger - degraded from drug use. Accordingly, the black realtors, gangsters, or "good" relatives housed or “squeezed out” housing, after which people remained on the street as homeless. Secondly, mass homelessness was also a consequence of armed conflicts in the post-Soviet space, as a result of which hundreds of thousands of people turned into refugees and internally displaced persons, instantly losing everything they had been making for decades. Thirdly, the marginalization and lumpenization of the population affected the growth in the number of street children, and the “social bankruptcy” of the state in 1990-s - to provide housing for graduates of orphanages, many of which also filled the ranks of the homeless. Finally, we should not forget about the consequences of abandoning the prevention of vagrancy - after the abolition of articles for parasitism and vagrancy, many people who are prone to an asocial lifestyle, chose to become homeless voluntarily. Some of them have apartments and houses, but they themselves have chosen the path of station and market beggars, vagrants, refusing to work and not wanting to be treated for alcohol or drug addiction.

People without a home. The problem of homelessness is widespread


In the middle of 1990's. The number of homeless people in the Russian Federation, according to some sources, has exceeded 4 million. Basically, these were unemployed men who left their families and left in search of work in other cities, or people who lost their homes due to alcohol and drug addiction or the machinations of “black realtors” and organized crime groups. Despite the fact that homeless people, especially in the Russian climate, have always had a very high mortality rate, the “army” of homeless people in the 1990s. steadily replenished, as more and more new people became victims of criminal actions aimed at removing housing, and also sold housing and remained on the street, having spent the money. Finally, refugees from “hot spots” and former post-Soviet republics, which did not favor the Russian-speaking population, filled up the ranks of the homeless. A whole social stratum of citizens without a certain place of residence and certain occupations was formed, which, like a swamp, absorbed more and more Russians of various ages and different social statuses in the past. The famous philosopher Sergey Kara-Murza emphasized that in post-Soviet Russia “a“ social bottom ”was formed, making up about 10% of the urban population or 11 million people. Its structure includes beggars, homeless, street children. Most of the poor and homeless have secondary and secondary special education, and 6% - higher. This "bottom" did not happen anywhere in the whole history of humanity ”(Sergey Kara-Murza. All or nothing // http://newsland.com/news/detail/). Of course, there are homeless people in India and Bangladesh, in Latin American and African countries, and even in Europe, which the “Westerners” are trying to give us as the ideal of social well-being. But nowhere is the phenomenon of mass homelessness of previously socially organized people, with higher or secondary vocational education, possessing social status and security on the part of society and the state. The presence of such specific homelessness is an exceptional “merit” of the economic policy pursued in the first half of the 1990s. and led to the destruction of the social gains of the Soviet era. In fact, the homelessness of a part of the country's population was the product of neoliberal reforms carried out by short-sighted policies of the first half of 1990, and the consequences of this policy, despite subsequent attempts to correct the socio-economic situation in the country in 2000, were not overcome. Not to mention that the millions of people who became 1990-ies. homeless, long dead and their death is a direct consequence of their impoverishment and lumpenization.

In the 1990-e years, the notion of "black realtors" entered the lexicon of Russians. It implied dishonest brokers working in real estate and preferring to select apartments fraudulently or by force. The victims of “black realtors”, at best, remained in much worse and cheaper housing, including in rural areas or depressed localities, where housing is much cheaper. In a worse version, the victims of “black realtors” just filled up the ranks of the homeless, being left without shelter, and without the means to purchase new housing, even if of worse quality. Finally, gangs of “black realtors” acted on the territory of Russia, who simply preferred to kill their victims in order not to pay them even symbolic sums for the housing they took and did not bear responsibility for fraud in case of identification. Most often, the victims of “black realtors” were representatives of socially unprotected segments of the population - lonely pensioners and people with disabilities, people suffering from alcohol and drug addiction, orphans, people with limited ability and incapacitated people who were easier to take away an apartment by fraud and who would not be warned against the conclusion of the transaction, and in the worst case - and would not have missed when the disappearance. The criminal history of Russia 1990-x - 2000-x. knows the examples of dozens of gangs of "black realtors" who preferred to solve the issue of seizing someone else's real estate through the killing of homeowners.



Main categories of homeless

The percentage of homeless in modern Russian society remains chronically high. Moreover, there are several categories of homeless Russians, among which only “homeless” - representatives of the social bottom are outwardly striking and are a subject for discussion. In fact, the problem of homelessness is much broader and does not affect only the homeless. The first category of homeless Russians is “social bottom”. These are vagrants, beggars, homeless people who may have no housing at all or have no documents, and also voluntarily lead a “street” lifestyle. The number of "social bottom" in Russia goes to millions. These people are outside of society, they are integrated into the "shadow world" with its criminal relationships, often becoming both objects and subjects of crime. The second category of homeless Russians are citizens who, for whatever reason, do not have their own housing, but lead a social lifestyle. These include a fairly large percentage of Russians, for family or other reasons, who remain “on the street” and live in rented accommodation. At the same time, Russians who rent housing can have a decent job, a good income, but in the event of a force majeure situation, such a person actually remains on the street - after becoming ill, having become disabled, and so on, he may lose the opportunity to pay for rented housing. The third category of homeless Russians is people who do not have their own housing, but live in “state institutions” - prisons, orphanages and boarding schools, homes for the disabled and the elderly, mental hospitals, and so on. It is also a very large and unstable contingent, whose representatives periodically join the ranks of the first category of homeless people - the homeless and the vagabonds. As soon as the homeless from the third category go beyond the "state" institutions, they turn into vagrants, because they do not have their own housing and, most likely, do not even have the opportunity to rent decent housing.

The fourth category of homeless people are refugees and displaced people from “hot spots” and unstable regions both in the country and abroad. Among them are citizens of Russia, and foreign citizens, and stateless persons. Many armed conflicts that occurred in the post-Soviet space have turned the lives of hundreds of thousands of people into hell, depriving them of their homes and livelihoods. Some families of refugees and IDPs were able to adapt to life in a new place and even improve their financial situation compared to the “past life” in a country or region of exodus. However, a significant proportion of refugees remain in distress. In 2014-2015 the ranks of refugees began to be replenished by the inhabitants of Donbass, fleeing from the bloody war. Victims of the Kiev regime's aggression flooded Russian cities and rural settlements. While the federal and regional authorities are engaged in their placement, however, it is not known what will await refugees and immigrants from the Donbass in the future. The fifth category of homeless - migrant workers. These are citizens of other countries who find themselves on the territory of Russia and either have lost their jobs and the possibility of renting housing, and at the same time returning to their homeland, or have initially arrived to search for temporary and easy earnings. Most of the homeless migrant workers are illegal migrants who, by virtue of their social status, closely align with the first category of Russian homeless people - representatives of the “social bottom”. Finally, there is a category of citizens, which formally is not homeless, but in fact does not have its own decent housing. These are people whose housing is in emergency or dilapidated state, preventing them from living in it. This category also includes citizens who have a residence permit and even property in remote villages and villages, but left in search of work in large and medium-sized cities and even in regional centers. It is hardly possible to call a person whose residence is in a wooden shed in an extinct village, with its own housing. Theoretically, the housing seems to be there, but in practice this person is homeless.



"Shanghai" and "camps"

Until now, in many Russian cities there are settlements of self-construction, that is, built without permits. Of course, the inhabitants of these villages do not have documents for their housing and formally, if they do not have a residence permit and their own housing elsewhere, they are considered homeless. Such villages - “Shanghai” and “Nahalovka” - are known throughout the country, from Rostov-on-Don to Irkutsk. Often, such villages become the epicenters of asocial and antisocial behavior, including the trade in counterfeit alcohol and narcotic substances. Of course, that they represent a hotbed of criminals and a danger to those communities within which they are located. However, the solution of the problems of such settlements self-regulation is not possible without a general solution to the problem of homelessness. Where to put people who have lived in similar villages for more than a decade, and maybe for several generations? Often, similar villages are created by citizens of other states. Known tent camps and villages of temporary huts, built by representatives of nomadic Roma groups. As a rule, Roma - citizens of other countries - immigrants from Ukraine, Moldova, Romania, Hungary, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan, roam in Russia. Despite the fact that they are located on the territory of the Russian Federation, they do not have official status. Often they do not even have passports, not to mention the residence permit at the place of residence and the residence itself. However, here we are dealing with an atypical manifestation of homelessness - although from the official point of view they are homeless, but in reality they simply lead a way of life that has been traditional for these ethnic groups for centuries. Attempts to make some Gypsy groups settled several times during the Soviet era and were even successful, however, numerous political and economic problems that plagued the post-Soviet republics and the countries of the former socialist camp in Eastern Europe did not leave yesterday’s sedentary Gypsies — workers and collective farmers — other options than to return to the traditional nomadic way of life.



The first Gypsy camps appeared in Russia in the time of Peter I. At present, according to the modern Gypsy ethnos researcher N. Bessonov, a number of Gypsy ethnic groups live in Russia, many of which are quite separate from each other. Some of the Gypsies have long been settled and do not lead a nomadic way of life; others, on the contrary, adhere to old traditions - most often, compulsorily. Among those groups of Roma, which are most likely to be found among those wandering, it is necessary to name, first of all, Magyars. Madyar is a group of Hungarian Gypsies that appeared in the Soviet Union after Transcarpathia, which belonged to Hungary, and even earlier to Czechoslovakia and Austria-Hungary, became part of the USSR. For centuries, the Magyars were sedentary, during which time they were Christianized and subject to strong assimilation. Modern Magyars speak Hungarian and profess Catholicism or Calvinism, while maintaining the characteristic type of appearance. Magyar women were not engaged in divination, and men, as a rule, worked as artisans or musicians. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, a rapid impoverishment of the population of Ukraine began, on the territory of which Hungarian gypsies lived. Transcarpathian region, and so the former remote and backward region, experienced very big socio-economic problems. Thousands of people were left without means of subsistence, and first of all the crisis hit Magyars, most of which were at the bottom of the social hierarchy and did not have qualifications and education. The Magyars who worked in the factories of Transcarpathia lost their jobs after the enterprises stopped and were forced to migrate to more prosperous regions of Ukraine and to Russia - in search of work. However, few managed to find work - a significant part of the Magyars formed camps that move across the territory of Russia. Women and children are begging, men are looking for the work of helpers, diggers, collecting scrap metal.

Another large group of Roma that appeared in the 1990-s in Russia is “mughat”, or “lyuli”. These are Central Asian Gypsies, people from Uzbekistan and Tajikistan, professing Islam and well remembered by the traditional Central Asian clothing, which is worn by the entire female part of mughat and a large part of men, especially the older generation. Mugat traditionally engaged in the cultivation and trade of horses and donkeys, blacksmithing, as well as begging and fortune telling in Central Asia. Despite certain features of the way of life, during the Soviet period of the national history, mughat led quite a social way of life. Many representatives of this ethnic group participated in the Great Patriotic War, were awarded orders and medals. The level of education of the Central Asian Gypsies increased, the majority of them found work in collective farms or in enterprises. The collapse of the Soviet Union violated the progressive development of this ethnic group. As is known, for Central Asia, the consequences of the collapse of the USSR were especially catastrophic. A bloody civil war broke out in Tajikistan, and the living conditions of the population in Uzbekistan deteriorated sharply. In this situation, a significant part of the Mugat, left with virtually no means of livelihood, migrated to the territory of Kazakhstan and the Russian Federation - to more prosperous countries in order to find means of subsistence. Throughout the 1990-x - the beginning of the 2000-x. Mughat was actively begging in Russian cities, and the collection of begging became the main source of livelihood for most of the communities of this ethnic group. Since the middle of the 2000's. there is a gradual outflow of mughat to their homeland - to the Central Asian republics, which is associated with the tightening of migration policy on the one hand, and the normalization of the political situation in Tajikistan - on the other.

- Tajik Gypsies - Mughat (photo by S. Gabbasov)

Note that the problems of the nomadic Gypsy population are inherent not only in the Russian Federation. The arrival of the nomadic tabor political groups of Italy and France, where a large number of immigrants from Hungary and Romania now roam, are considered a serious threat to national interests. The situation is aggravated by the historical and cultural characteristics of the lifestyle of the Gypsy ethnos, many subethnic groups of which are not going to abandon the nomadic way of life, and cannot do it because of the lack of housing, professions, education from their representatives.

Portrait of a homeless person

Sociologists of Vladimir State University conducted a study in which they tried to identify the main causes of homelessness and form an average portrait of a homeless person in the Central Russian region (The image of the modern homeless: a sociological analysis // http://www.rae.ru/). As a result of the study, it was found that 42,9% of homeless people did not receive housing after being released from prison. 14,3% of homeless people became uninhabitable, 8,6% lost their homes for family reasons, 8,6% were evicted by a court decision, 2,9% were forced to sell their own homes and the same number of citizens fell victim to fraudulent black realtors. In addition, 5,8% of respondents lost their homes as a result of relocations for the purpose of employment, and 2,9% lost their documents. Thus, it was found that former prisoners are the most frequent category of replenishment of the homeless and have the greatest risk of housing loss after being released from prison. As for the regional origin of homeless people, the majority of homeless people in Vladimir are represented by nonresident homeless people who arrived in the city from the region or from other cities of Russia and even the former Soviet Union. The bulk of the homeless (77%) prefers to spend the night at train stations, despite the opposition of the police. 25,7% sometimes sleeps with relatives and acquaintances, and only 14,3% of homeless people sometimes or always spend the night in empty buildings that are unsuitable for living, basements, and in attics. More than 85% of homeless people have a profession, which once again confirms the correctness of the words of Sergey Kara-Murza, who paid attention to the specifics of Russian homelessness - homelessness of people with a profession and education. Also, as a result of a sociological survey, it was found that more than half of the homeless sought social assistance from government agencies. Judging by the fact that they remained in the position of the homeless, the state bodies did not render them really substantial support. Equally, the result of the lack of housing was the cessation of communication with relatives, who also do not provide assistance to the majority of homeless people.

Most often, a modern Russian homeless person is a 40-50 male of years with secondary vocational or elementary vocational education, previously tried, having experience in the past in the past. A significant part of the homeless, before getting into the street, was serving a sentence in prison, but then either the relatives sold their houses, or yesterday prisoners lost their documents after they left the prison - in general, they moved from the colonies and prisons to the basements and railway stations. A large percentage of former prisoners among the homeless, together with the general specifics of street survival, explains the massive incidence of tuberculosis among this part of Russian citizens. Naturally, many former prisoners, having gone homeless, subsequently commit crimes again and go to prison. This indicates the presence of numerous gaps in the field of social rehabilitation of former prisoners, the protection of their rights and interests "in the wild" while serving their terms of imprisonment.



The presence of millions of homeless citizens is an offensive phenomenon for the state, because it indicates the impossibility or unwillingness to solve this major social problem, or at least partially solve it, providing housing to the most needy categories of citizens leading a social lifestyle. It is not normal when industrious and law-abiding citizens of the country who are able to benefit their homeland are deprived of their own housing and are not able to solve their housing problems with the help of the state. Sociologists are also in the center of attention of representatives of the “social bottom” - the very “homeless” that we see at railway stations and markets, in the basements and in the entrances of houses, on the benches in the parks. A significant part of the representatives of the "social bottom" are not only homeless, but also typical carriers of a whole set of social diseases and defects. As a rule, they suffer from chronic alcoholism, in some cases - drug addiction, they can be carriers of tuberculosis, venereal and skin diseases. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, this category of citizens was completely left to itself, and due to the above socio-economic processes, it began to grow rapidly in number and cover an increasing number of citizens who lost their own homes. However, even now, a quarter of a century after the collapse of the Soviet state, neither federal, nor regional, nor municipal authorities have developed truly effective measures that would contribute to a real improvement in the social position of the homeless. Most large cities in the country have municipal shelters for the homeless, but the number of places in them is ridiculous - a city with a population of 1-3 million people may have one shelter with 40-60 places for the homeless. Even at one station in such a city, there are more homeless people than can accommodate such a “rehabilitation center”. Greater zeal in helping homeless people is shown not so much by government as by public organizations, including religious communities, from Orthodox to Protestants and Hare Krishnas. As for the state structures, so far their activity towards solving the problem of homelessness is at a low level. The homeless are virtually deleted from the list of social programs and projects, including an innovative focus, since they are not registered anywhere, their number and personalities are unknown. The bureaucratization of the state apparatus also impedes the formation of a developed system of assistance to the homeless, their rehabilitation and housing.

Orphanage - risk category

One of the most difficult problems for modern Russia in the context of the topic under consideration is the fight against homelessness. It should be noted that in reality the number of homeless children in Russia is not as high as some mass media and even responsible officials are trying to impress on us. At least, not about any millions of street children. Thousands - yes, which is also very bad, but not millions. Various sources call numbers ranging from 4,3 thousand people to 7,5 thousand people. It is easy to check these figures, referring to the statistics of law enforcement agencies that keep records of adolescents and children in the temporary isolation centers for juvenile offenders. Almost all homeless children, one way or another, are in the field of view of law enforcement agencies, but they escape from state educational institutions. On the other hand, speaking of the enormous number of street children on the streets of Russian cities, many people confuse street children and street children. The latter category of children have parents, have their own home, but families are usually dysfunctional, and children actually lead a vagabond lifestyle, including joining the social environment of the homeless and petty street criminals. It is homeless children who become the "source of personnel" for street crime, join the ranks of drug addicts and alcoholics. However, it is sometimes more difficult to overcome the phenomenon of child neglect than to provide housing for homeless people — after all, the number of families in which parents abuse alcohol or drugs do not perform parental duties or are simply indifferent to the education of their children, is very large. It is impossible to keep track of the situation in each specific family, given the high degree of workload of law enforcement agencies, educational institutions and social protection services. However, the catastrophic situation with street children, which actually took place in the 1990-s, is now largely overcome. Currently, the number of children in children's homes in the Russian Federation is about 72 thousand people. Recall that five years ago, this figure reached 125 thousands of children. The reduction in the number of children in orphanages is due to two factors. Firstly, the number of street children falling into orphanages from the street is still decreasing. Secondly, the practice of adopting children from orphanages by adoptive families is becoming more common. So, back in 2012, thousands of children were raised in foster families, which is several times more than the number of pupils in state-run orphanages and boarding schools. The growth in the number of adoptions of children by foster families was promoted not only by the campaign in the mass media to popularize the adoption, but also by quite specific government steps towards social support for foster families, including through material incentives.



Nevertheless, there is an acute issue of housing for graduates of orphanages. In accordance with the legislation of the Russian Federation, orphanage graduates who do not have 18 years of their own housing are provided with housing at state expense. However, in practice, yesterday’s orphans often face bureaucratic arbitrariness, unwillingness to allocate proper housing, and even outright fraud. At regular intervals in various regions of the country, graduates of orphanages with the help of human rights organizations are suing the local authorities responsible for the provision of housing. But the financial problem remains a key obstacle to providing housing for all those in need. Many of them have to wait for the promised housing for years. Meanwhile, the inadequate level of social rehabilitation of graduates of orphanages is one of the reasons that many of yesterday’s orphans are rapidly marginalized, fall under the influence of anti-social and anti-social companies, begin to abuse alcohol and drugs, or take the path of criminal activity. Many graduates of orphanages, especially in the absence of the promised housing, which is imposed alcohol or drug addiction, soon find themselves on the street - in the company of homeless vagrants. By the way, that category of children from the orphanage who have parents or other relatives with whom they lived before being placed in orphanages is not provided with housing. That is, upon reaching 18 years and the “discharge” from the orphanage, the children will only have to go to their parents or relatives and try to defend their rights to housing. It is clear that a significant part of graduates do not do this - either because of their unwillingness to get involved with inadequate parents once more, or because the parents could have lost their living space by this time or let in by outsiders. So, this category of children's home-based students is also one of the sources for replenishing Russian homeless people, and the public service workers will later say that young people, they say, voluntarily chose the way of life of the homeless - after all, they "have" their own housing.

In addition, it makes sense to talk about the problems of potential homeless people. This is a very large category of Russian citizens, who, from the point of view of sociologists, have every chance of becoming homeless under adverse circumstances. The sociologist V. Volkov refers to them the following groups of the population, which he calls risk groups: 1) inhabitants of emergency and dilapidated housing; 2) persons preparing for release from prison; 3) military personnel and family members of military personnel; 4) orphans and street children; 5) lonely disabled; 6) persons living in a non-privatized apartment of a relative; 7) persons living in a privatized apartment of a relative, but not owning a share of the living space and not inheriting the given living space; 8) persons living in hostels whose premises belong to enterprises and institutions; 9) persons who are under threat of eviction, including for non-payment of utility bills; 10) persons who have taken a loan or a loan from a bank or from individuals on the security of their only housing; 11) unemployed citizens; 12) dependents; 13) persons who are in a long absence at the place of residence. Each of these categories of citizens may lose their housing for various reasons - to be discharged by relatives, to sell housing in order to ensure its existence, to be a victim of fraudulent fraud. Thus, the problem of homelessness in modern Russia is very wide and covers not only those representatives of the “social bottom”, untidy and eternally drunk people with whom “people without a certain place of residence” associate in public consciousness. Meanwhile, the right to housing is considered an inalienable human right, and the protection of the rights of citizens, in turn, is one of the main meanings of the existence of a normal state. The solution of many other social problems depends on the solution of the problem of homelessness in modern Russia - from the demographic problem to the problem of the criminalization of Russian society and the growth of crime.

Currently, the Russian government faces a very difficult and urgent task - solving the problem of homelessness. Despite the existing positive developments, in particular in the direction of work on the prevention of child homelessness, an effective set of measures has not yet been developed that would allow us to hope for at least a partial solution of this problem in the foreseeable future. First of all, the state is facing a shortage of funding, and secondly, with a lack of development and inconsistency of the regulatory framework. Therefore, so far all initiatives in the field of fighting homelessness are more likely to be single and non-systemic, they are the result of the activities of individual enthusiasts, including at the federal and regional levels.
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  1. Baloo
    Baloo 11 August 2015 06: 02 New
    +7
    At work, I came across this type of homeless person: there is an apartment, there is a registration in it, it’s clean and tidy. Settled tenants, receives rent from them every month, but lives where and how it is necessary. In the summer in the country, if any. Further along the train stations and acquaintances. These are men of retirement age, slightly suffering from alcoholism, single for various reasons, or the children survived from the apartment. Such is their life. We have the center "Mercy" at the Ministry of Social Security. If such a shot falls into the ward, I attach it before discharge. What is characteristic, in the center most of them already know.
    1. vladimirZ
      vladimirZ 11 August 2015 07: 00 New
      +19
      After the collapse of the Soviet Union, millions of people suddenly lost their state, which, for all the controversial issues, nevertheless took care of the welfare of its citizens and tirelessly improved it.
      - from article


      Or maybe to solve the problem of "homelessness", and of other others that hit capitalist Russia, they will return first to Soviet power - really people's power, not the power of "money bags" and then gradually to a truly social, socialist state?
      The authorities of the oligarchs and the current capitalist officials who have been appointed by them have nothing to do with the "homeless", in the best case, they can be expected to create "shelters" (remember I hope the initiative of the ex-mayor of Moscow Luzhkov in this regard).
      There is nothing to expect from them. A capitalist society with the wolf laws of individualism is in principle incapable of solving these problems.
      1. VseDoFeNi
        VseDoFeNi 11 August 2015 07: 36 New
        +1
        The reason for the mass homelessness in Russia - the collapse of the USSR

        The roots of the contemporary problem of Russia's homeless population lie in the economic and social catastrophe that followed the collapse of the Soviet state.


        It is necessary to call a spade a spade. Namely - The reason for the mass homelessness in Russia is the dismemberment of the USSR by the corrupt brainless Communist Party Communists of the CPSU.
        1. V.ic
          V.ic 11 August 2015 07: 43 New
          +1
          Quote: VseDoFeNi
          dismemberment of the USSR by corrupt brainless Communist Party Communists of the CPSU.

          List the figures from the "democratic platform in the CPSU"?
          1. VseDoFeNi
            VseDoFeNi 11 August 2015 07: 49 New
            +3
            In Google - Chubais KPSS, Gaidar KPSS, etc. by the list...

            And the "popular" oligarch Misha Prokhorov:
            Born in a family Head of the Department of International Relations of the USSR State Sports Committee Dmitry Ionovich Prokhorov (originally from Barnaul [9]) and Tamara Mikhailovna Kumaritova, an employee of the polymer department of the Moscow Institute of Chemical Engineering.

            Something tells me that Head of the Department of International Relations of the USSR State Sports Committee was communist. wink
            1. Russian Uzbek
              Russian Uzbek 11 August 2015 08: 00 New
              +6
              and where does the Gaidar, Chubais and Prokhorov ??? The USSR was "dismembered" by completely different people! and the named citizens materialized much later, already on the ruins of the USSR ...
              and if you want to call "corrupt Communist Partyocrats," name the names of Gorbachev, Yakovlev, Shevarnadze ...
              1. VseDoFeNi
                VseDoFeNi 11 August 2015 08: 02 New
                -1
                Quote: Russian Uzbek
                The USSR was "dismembered" by completely different people!

                Quote: VseDoFeNi
                etc. by the list...

                You, uncle, either do not understand what is written, or do not read what is written. wink

                And I remind you that in the USSR there were 17-20 million communists who were where, when they divided the USSR?
                1. Russian Uzbek
                  Russian Uzbek 11 August 2015 08: 35 New
                  +5
                  if asked the very 17-20 million communists of the USSR would still exist! I dare recall in April 91 was a REFERENDUM in which almost 70% were in favor of preserving the USSR! 17-20 million Communists have spoken ...
                  but the American agents of influence in the ruling elite were already fulfilling the American plan for the collapse of the USSR and, therefore, a bolt was bluntly stoned on the results of the referendum ... a handful of traitors in the highest echelons of power turned out to be enough to destroy the country
                  but there were no Chubais and Gaidars among these people! they came later - like scavengers, to the ruins of a superpower that would feast on what remains ...
                  so you can get off your beloved Chubais-Gaidar horse and not mislead the people - deliberately distorting cause and effect relationships
                  1. VseDoFeNi
                    VseDoFeNi 11 August 2015 13: 14 New
                    -7
                    Quote: Russian Uzbek
                    if they asked the very 17-20 million.

                    They just kept silent and nothing more.
                    When there is nobody to blame, a person blames circumstances.

                    And today the Russian national trait is nagging !!!
                    1. Russian Uzbek
                      Russian Uzbek 11 August 2015 13: 40 New
                      +3
                      Yes, you yourself whine most of all! already noted on all topics from orphans to homeless people;)
                      1. Talgat
                        Talgat 11 August 2015 18: 33 New
                        +4
                        I support you Russian Uzbek! "if the very 17-20 million communists of the USSR were asked, there would still exist"

                        And the population also voted to preserve the USSR

                        The first reason Gorbachev and the team of traitors in the country's leadership - if it were not for all of them could have been saved and followed the path of the Chinese. All this talk about the “crisis” of the Union and the collapse of the economy FALSE - then - after the collapse it really became bad - tens - hundreds of times worse - you can’t even compare the minor difficulties of the USSR with the complete collapse and collapse of industry and the economy during the collapse

                        What actually the traitors and the West sought

                        But we can admit that there is a second reason — not traitors anymore — but the unprofessional work of Suslov — the ideology department of the Central Committee — the people lost faith — they believed that the West was a “friend” —they wanted jeans and Sneakers — shame, of course — mass madness was not prevented

                        If the people were then “in their right mind” - and Gorbachev and Yeltsin Shushkevich could not do anything - there would be hundreds of leaders — secretaries of the regional committees would stand up, generals and committee members — and all traitors would be shot — but the people represented by the army and organs and the KGB didn't really rise
                      2. Naxxramas
                        Naxxramas 11 August 2015 18: 36 New
                        -1
                        That country has been gone for a quarter of a century, you need to get used to it and start building at least something, and not remember Gorbachev, from which, by the way, you won’t ask.
                      3. Alena Frolovna
                        Alena Frolovna 11 August 2015 19: 24 New
                        +4
                        Poor guys too duddy !!!

                        I came to the temple - do not complain, no,
                        And to God ... get a little closer.

                        I’m a poor fellow ... and, clearly, not dressed in a tailcoat ...
                        But it’s not God, I am humbled by people!
                        I now carry everything with me:
                        My life is hard, but the road is so easy!
                        Though the ceiling is leaky above me
                        And I need a little place ...
                        I gave money to a thick candle,
                        He asked the novice where to put her ...
                        What did he answer me - I better keep silent ...
                        He is not the one who will rule the service in the temple!
                        The priest with the deacon sang "Our Father ..."
                        And the people around hastily baptized.
                        The servant "took me in pencil"
                        And in the rain I found myself again ....
                        I'm sitting outside at the temple gates
                        With me the same poor fellow ...
                        And the rain is pouring from fire hoses
                        So sorry for me was his poor man!
                        I covered it with my jacket
                        He complained: “What is it?
                        A beggar is kicked out of the temple ...
                        Tell me, where is their holy consciousness ?! ”
                        He listened quietly, dropping his eyes,
                        But something unearthly flashed in them ...
                        And on the cheek is either a drop, then a tear ...
                        He touched me with his hand:
                        “I'm sorry I didn’t answer the question,
                        I heard how the belfry was sobbing ...
                        I also couldn’t find a place in the temple,
                        Although I am there ... they call me God
                        .
                        Arthur Naumov
                  2. VseDoFeNi
                    VseDoFeNi 12 August 2015 04: 59 New
                    -2
                    I convict those who TWICE in the last century destroyed our country so as not to destroy it for the third time.
              2. VseDoFeNi
                VseDoFeNi 12 August 2015 04: 56 New
                0
                So again.
                All power in the USSR was exclusively with the Communists, that is, with the CPSU. There was no one else in the USSR. And ALL responsibility for the dismemberment of the USSR lies precisely with the Communists. As I say - corrupt and brainless.
                If the "American agents of influence" entered the higher echelons of power, the price of such power is worthless.
                If a bunch of corrupt enough to send away 17-20 million brainless and dismember the USSR, the price of this power is worthless.
                Chubais and Gaidars, as well as other grefs, are still awaiting just retribution.
                Selling communists across the country have grabbed some of the factory, some of the state farm, having created a closed joint-stock company, an open joint stock company, and read through cooperatives. The rest were content with vouchers. They sat and did not tweet.
                So, cause-and-effect relationships ironically show the guilt of corrupt brainless communists, both in 1917 and in 1991.
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        2. Baloo
          Baloo 11 August 2015 17: 30 New
          0
          VseDoFeN, head of the Department of International Relations of the USSR State Sports Committee, was a communist. wink

          and major general ...
    2. SALLAK
      SALLAK 11 August 2015 12: 06 New
      +1
      You can partially agree, the expansion in the ranks of the CPSU began on a large scale when the humpbacked bandit came to power ... And then when the process began, it was already avalanche-like late.
      1. VseDoFeNi
        VseDoFeNi 12 August 2015 05: 03 New
        0
        Just draw an analogy with Ukraine.
        Give Yanukovych an order to the golden eagle to disperse the Maidan and clean up the law-abductors, now there would be no civil war.
        1. Russian Uzbek
          Russian Uzbek 12 August 2015 07: 41 New
          0
          or it would start not in the East - in the Donbass but in the West - in Galicia!
          1. VseDoFeNi
            VseDoFeNi 12 August 2015 08: 32 New
            0
            Quote: Russian Uzbek
            or it would start not in the East - in the Donbass but in the West - in Galicia!

            I repeat - DO NOT lose the war, neither cold nor hot. Ukraine, like Russia, is part of the USSR dismembered by the Communists. The fact of the dismemberment of the USSR is the loss of the USSR in the Cold War.

            If Russia is dear to you, not in words but in deeds, join the organization of the referendum on the nationalization of the Central Bank and a number of other issues http://referendumrusnod.ru/

            And your spray of feces on the fan is destructive. And again I will say that the modern leadership of Russia is forced to correct the consequences of the dismemberment of the USSR.
  2. zao74
    zao74 11 August 2015 09: 42 New
    0
    Finally, one should not forget about the consequences of refusing to prevent vagrancy - after the abolition of articles for parasitism and vagrancy, many people prone to an asocial lifestyle preferred to become homeless.
    This heritage of the USSR could not be lost.
  3. Belk
    Belk 11 August 2015 12: 04 New
    -3
    Do you think there were no homeless people in the USSR? naive, the majority of those living on the street made their conscious choice not to work, thump, children flee for "freedom" from orphanages, from the parents of drunks. He himself was in a difficult situation, he just went to the monastery to work, calmed his soul, everyone can do this, heal, put on, but you need to work and not be allowed to thump ...
    1. saygon66
      saygon66 11 August 2015 22: 34 New
      0
      - They were, damn it! Would you! We had one for the whole town! But - well-known! And, this is ... as if clever then ... latent! In! Bummed in the park, strictly in the spring-summer period, rented an apartment ... in the fall he returned to a settled way of life. And he was very afraid of “Kichman” - for parasitism and vagrancy ... smile
  4. Sling cutter
    Sling cutter 11 August 2015 12: 37 New
    +5
    after the barbaric privatization, the people got only the apartments given to them free of charge and from that moment housing became a commodity.
    Immediately there appeared a lot of scammers who began to diligently “breed” the gullible population into apartments, while the lack of a salary and of work, hopelessness and lack of clear goals lowered many to the bottom of alcoholism, and, in this sense, provided a service in the form of alcohol "piano" and vodka "beast".
    As a result, many citizens were on the street.
    Today, the state took this "business" into its own hands, legitimizing the removal of housing from non-payers in court, raising housing and communal services payments and legitimizing the system of fines, under the conditions of the state-made crisis and impoverishment of the population.
    Here is such a policy.
  5. Alena Frolovna
    Alena Frolovna 11 August 2015 19: 21 New
    +3
    Save dirtyеnykh and tornеnykh

    When I stand for service in the temple
    Among old women, old people,
    That being in the trash of the soul,
    I'm not ready for prayer
    And remember in prayer
    In the midst of different thoughts and passions
    Not warriors in a fierce battle
    Not patriarchs, not authorities,
    And not arrogant bishops,
    who read a lot of words
    And not the novices of the humble
    And not working slaves,
    Not those who are in glory
    Among praises, awards, wreaths, -
    I pray for those sleeping in the ditch
    among nettles, burdocks:
    - Save the dirty and torn,
    Homeless, orphaned, drunk!
    There is no happiness on earth,
    And there is no participation in heaven
    And in the scriptures they preach
    That the kingdoms of God do not inherit:
    Even in the midst of their cramped
    The kingdom is not heaven for them.
    And there is no comfort anywhere
    And only contempt for them.
    Protect them from justice
    From the court and from the police
    From the crowd of disdainful,
    Get rid of a stinging wife
    Send the Guardian Angels,
    Give them quiet patrons!
    Give them burdocks, nettle,
    Give them a sweet little thing
    And give them a thick grass,
    Peace and quiet groove.
    Do not bring them back to vulgar sobriety
    Full of filth and abomination,
    Shed mercy to them,
    Forgive and pity everything.
    May their nettles hide
    Let the ivushka lean towards them ...
    And when all the silushki leave
    When they’re in the grave,
    Do not send them to torment,
    Give them complete oblivion
    Without salvation, give salvation.
    After all, they are reckless!
    Let them be non-judicial.
    With their obscene words
    And with their wine habits
    Drunkenness has no limbs for them,
    There is no place for them with worthy -
    With the innocent babies
    Rest them in the kingdom of eternity.
    And not in the kingdom of justice,
    Both law and vengeance
    Rest them in a kingdom of mercy
    In the kingdom of eternal forgiveness
  • soratnik
    soratnik 11 August 2015 12: 22 New
    +1
    Something you fill in the divansimus. Even the first line of your match contradicts the third and fourth. They are not even capable of lying correctly.
  • Russian Uzbek
    Russian Uzbek 11 August 2015 06: 27 New
    +10
    still need to add that most of the homeless people are quite happy with such a life!
    I don’t argue, some of them got into trouble by coincidence, but most lead a similar lifestyle completely consciously!
    and as BALU rightly noted, some of these people even have a place to live, but they still go homeless because they are already used to wandering around ...
    1. VseDoFeNi
      VseDoFeNi 11 August 2015 07: 53 New
      +1
      That's right. And in the USSR there was an article of the Criminal Code of the RSFSR numbered 209 - “for parasitism”. In fact, many homeless people and other parasites worked in the zones.
      In 1991, article 209 was repealed, releasing seated people and legalizing unemployment.
      1. anip
        anip 11 August 2015 08: 48 New
        +3
        Quote: VseDoFeNi
        And in the USSR there was an article of the Criminal Code of the RSFSR numbered 209 - “for parasitism”.

        Well, now they will introduce such an article. Will jobs with normal pay be created too? Or will there be little choice: either go to prison or work for 8-10-20 thousand?
        1. Naxxramas
          Naxxramas 11 August 2015 08: 50 New
          +8
          Quote: anip
          either in prison, or work for 8-10-20 thousand?

          So we are now working for these 8-10-20 thousand.
        2. VseDoFeNi
          VseDoFeNi 12 August 2015 05: 08 New
          -1
          Quote: anip
          Will jobs with normal pay be created too?

          Who should create jobs for you in the capitalist state of Russia, part of the socialist state of the USSR?



          So you work in a private company, who should give you an apartment, a private trader?
          1. anip
            anip 12 August 2015 05: 32 New
            0
            Quote: VseDoFeNi
            Who should create jobs for you in the capitalist state of Russia

            Then why all this ranting about parasitism?
            1. VseDoFeNi
              VseDoFeNi 12 August 2015 05: 52 New
              0
              Quote: anip
              Then why all this ranting about parasitism?

              It was once said about our country that Russia is a prison of peoples and other nasty things. Then the country was gone.
              Then in the 80s they began to talk about corruption and the shadow economy ... and the country was gone.

              DO NOT fight with your country!

              Why am I doing this? And to the fact that if you personally do not like something, try to fix it or help others fix it, or at least do not bother to do it.
              The leadership of modern Russia has to correct the consequences of the dismemberment of the USSR. I hope this is clear?
  • domokl
    domokl 11 August 2015 06: 37 New
    +5
    The author, it seems to me, for all the volume of the problem, did not notice another side of the topic. Today, no one or almost no one is afraid to become homeless. Moreover, a certain part of even homeowners, realizing that they will lose an apartment, live just so that this happens.
    I talked recently with such a "future homeless man." He doesn’t pay for the apartment, he doesn’t get a job, he drinks. What for? And why the hell is such a life for me .. Man of all 30 with a ponytail.
    1. anip
      anip 11 August 2015 08: 50 New
      +1
      Quote: domokl
      I talked recently with such a "future homeless man." He doesn’t pay for the apartment, he doesn’t get a job, he drinks. What for? And why the hell is such a life ..

      That's right, now there are more and more people with a mentality: it’s better to live and wander, but to do nothing, than to hump for a crumb all your life, earning someone capital.
    2. Concealer
      Concealer 11 August 2015 12: 30 New
      +3
      You just don’t notice the main thing - mass psychosis. For many people, the “roof” of the onset of the capitalist “consumerism happiness” has just come. Not everyone is able to be "productive managers" and not everyone sees the meaning of life in a new iPhone. So people lose their interest in life from hopelessness, get drunk, become drug addicts and simply end their lives by suicide. Well, join the ranks of crime. But here is the most interesting thing, often these are creative and critical-thinking people who are most in demand by society and industry. And they are lost by society forever.
      1. Sling cutter
        Sling cutter 11 August 2015 12: 43 New
        +5
        Quote: Concealer
        You just don’t notice the main thing - mass psychosis.

        Weapons of mass destruction were applied to the people, in the form of a duroscope, and very successfully
        1. VseDoFeNi
          VseDoFeNi 11 August 2015 13: 06 New
          -5
          Quote: Stroporez
          people used weapons of mass destruction, in the form of a duroscope, and very successfully

          And a miracle happened, a country ready for final dismemberment perked up like a Phoenix bird from the ashes and today occupies one of the leading places in the world. It has the second army in the world. Etc. ,etc.
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          2. Sling cutter
            Sling cutter 11 August 2015 13: 31 New
            +1
            Quote: VseDoFeNi
            And a miracle happened, a country ready for final dismemberment perked up like a Phoenix bird from the ashes and today occupies one of the leading places in the world. Has the second army in the world

            handsome wink
            Quote: VseDoFeNi
            Etc. ,etc.

            And how old are you?
            1. Victor-M
              Victor-M 11 August 2015 20: 17 New
              0
              Quote: Stroporez
              And how old are you?

              And you? wink
              1. one
                one 11 August 2015 22: 42 New
                0
                Quote: Victor-M
                Quote: Stroporez
                And how old are you?

                And you? wink

                shit ...
                laughing
                puncture however ...
                laughing
              2. Sling cutter
                Sling cutter 12 August 2015 01: 36 New
                +2
                Quote: Victor-M
                And you?

                Everything that you learned, I forgot for a long time,
                What you want to become, I have long been .... wink
                1. VseDoFeNi
                  VseDoFeNi 12 August 2015 06: 50 New
                  -1
                  Quote: Stroporez
                  Everything that you learned, I forgot for a long time,

                  Congratulations on your sclerosis. Sclerosis is the best disease when it doesn’t hurt anywhere and every day is news. This is almost childhood! laughing
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            2. VseDoFeNi
              VseDoFeNi 12 August 2015 05: 14 New
              -1
              Quote: Stroporez
              handsome wink


              More than. wink

              Ups


              Everything is relative.

              and the same in the text. http://www.sdelanounih.ru/katastroficheskaya-degradaciya-strategicheskix-yaderny
              x-sil-syas-ssha /
              1. anip
                anip 12 August 2015 05: 36 New
                0
                Yes Yes. In the States, everything is bad. The collapse of the dollar and the States have been predicted for the past 25 years. Yes, that's just something the US economy is not going to give up its positions, and for all these 25 years, the ruble, not the dollar, has been falling. Strange some sort of collapse of the USA.
                1. VseDoFeNi
                  VseDoFeNi 12 August 2015 06: 57 New
                  0
                  Quote: anip
                  Strange some sort of collapse of the USA.

                  Gapusya, do not rush! Because it is not clear. Clear? (c) Wedding in Robin.

                  So the crisis in 2009, where did it shy, so that everyone shook? Is it in the USA? In the oil-dollar world financial system, the dollar will always be stronger.



                  Do not rush so, everything has its time. wink
        2. Governor
          Governor 11 August 2015 18: 24 New
          -1
          Thank you for the video!
          1. Sling cutter
            Sling cutter 12 August 2015 01: 22 New
            +1
            Quote: Governor
            Thank you for the video!

            Serving the working people! soldier
  • strelets
    strelets 11 August 2015 06: 43 New
    +3
    The problem is clear, but how to work with it and for what money is a big question.
    1. Cosmos1987
      Cosmos1987 11 August 2015 07: 10 New
      +6
      As one of the solutions for child homelessness, this is the creation of military special schools for such children. Here 2 problems are immediately solved ...
      1. V.ic
        V.ic 11 August 2015 07: 45 New
        -1
        Quote: Cosmos1987
        As one of the solutions for child homelessness, this is the creation of military special schools

        Nikolai Pavlovich tried, the cantonists were called.
    2. VseDoFeNi
      VseDoFeNi 11 August 2015 08: 13 New
      -2
      Give land to all comers. Writing with the right to inherit and without the right to sell.
      1. Nikolay K
        Nikolay K 11 August 2015 08: 40 New
        0
        What will you do on earth without communications, in a dugout live? It was our grandfathers who could agree to this, but now there are few who wish. And if this is a young family and a child, when will they still build a house on this earth, and where do they order them to live all this time?
        1. VseDoFeNi
          VseDoFeNi 11 August 2015 13: 09 New
          -3
          Quote: Nikolai K
          What will you do on earth without communications, in a dugout live?

          You will be very surprised to learn that you MUST conduct electricity at the state’s expense if the distance does not exceed 500 meters from the existing power line?
          1. anip
            anip 12 August 2015 05: 38 New
            0
            Quote: VseDoFeNi
            You will be very surprised to learn that you MUST conduct electricity at the state’s expense if the distance does not exceed 500 meters from the existing power line?

            Have you ever tried to contact the energy supply organization with the question of connecting to the electric network? It seems that no, since you are carrying such nonsense.
            1. VseDoFeNi
              VseDoFeNi 12 August 2015 07: 06 New
              0
              Quote: anip
              Have you ever tried to contact the energy supply organization with the question of connecting to the electric network? It seems that no, since you are carrying such nonsense.

              Moreover, my son is so connected. wink
    3. Nikolay K
      Nikolay K 11 August 2015 08: 36 New
      0
      The problem of the homeless is easily solved. In our constitution, the citizen’s right to housing is recorded, but it is not indicated what kind of right we are talking about: property or use. Instead of handing out apartments to someone in the property, you just need to give the needy social housing for hire. Now the housing queue is a perfect anachronism, the state gives millions of public rubles to someone, naturally, various kinds of officials are among the “lucky ones," and in general this is an untouched field for corruption. With the same money, the state can literally in a couple of years solve the problem with all the queues for apartments and provide social housing to all those in need, especially young families. However, there will still be a problem with parasites and asocial personalities, there is only one solution - labor camps
      1. anip
        anip 11 August 2015 08: 53 New
        0
        Quote: Nikolai K
        However, there will still be a problem with parasites ... there is only one solution - labor camps

        That's right, a person does not want to work for a penny, so go to his camp, after having previously labeled "parasite".
    4. anip
      anip 11 August 2015 08: 52 New
      +1
      Quote: strelets
      The problem is clear, but how to work with it and for what money is a big question.

      Really normal salaries did not try to pay? Normal, not those that are considered normal.
      PS The question is not for you, but in general, as it were for the authorities and all sorts of bosses. Although, if you are any leader or businessman, then to you.
      1. VseDoFeNi
        VseDoFeNi 11 August 2015 13: 12 New
        0
        Quote: anip
        Normal, not those that are considered normal.

        How much to hang in grams? (with)
        1. anip
          anip 12 August 2015 05: 39 New
          0
          Quote: VseDoFeNi
          How much to hang in grams? (with)

          Well, you, apparently, a salary of 8-9 thousand will be above the roof.
          1. VseDoFeNi
            VseDoFeNi 12 August 2015 09: 35 New
            0
            Quote: anip
            Well, you, apparently, a salary of 8-9 thousand will be above the roof.

            So "how much to hang in grams" (s)?
      2. Nikolay K
        Nikolay K 12 August 2015 09: 23 New
        0
        Normal is how much? Thirty thousand rubles, one hundred thousand, a million? Do you think businessmen pay "small" salaries solely out of greed? And it didn’t occur to you that a salary plus deductions from it for a businessman are elementary expenses. Let’s say such a kind capitalist was found, for example, the owner of AvtoVAZ, and he doubled his salary for his employees. Why will I be forced to raise the price of VAZ interest on 20. Do you think that he will be able to compete with other manufacturers at such prices, and will he not have to cut people as a result of falling production? There is another option when EVERYONE will raise the salary of their employees, after which they will accordingly raise prices for their products. But this is called inflation, because the purchasing power of salaries in this case will not increase. So with the call to raise salaries, not everything is so obvious.
        1. VseDoFeNi
          VseDoFeNi 12 August 2015 09: 29 New
          0
          Quote: Nikolai K
          There is another option when EVERYONE will raise the salary of their employees, after which they will accordingly raise prices for their products.

          And if you do not raise prices, increase profits due to turnover? wink
          Is it natural for you to "rip off" everyone accordingly? I can imagine what you would do in the place of the capitalist. smile

          Quote: Nikolai K
          So with the call to raise salaries, not everything is so obvious.

          Read Henry Ford's book, My Life. My Achievements. You will be very surprised.
          But for the sake of justice, it must be said that his thoughts are still ignored throughout the world.
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  • Same lech
    Same lech 11 August 2015 06: 44 New
    +7
    The reason for the mass homelessness in Russia - the collapse of the USSR


    Nonsense...

    as Professor PREOBRAZHENSKY used to say .... the devastation is not in the houses and not on the street, the devastation is primarily in the heads of people ... and I completely agree with him.

    There is no government policy to solve this problem ... everything is left to the market with a stupid mortgage.
    1. VseDoFeNi
      VseDoFeNi 11 August 2015 08: 35 New
      -3
      NOT Nonsense. In 1991, the Communists dismembered the USSR and changed the system, that is, ideology, from socialism to capitalism.
      1. Nikolay K
        Nikolay K 12 August 2015 09: 42 New
        0
        According to V. Lenin, “socialism is a state-capitalist monopoly, turned to the benefit of the whole people and so far ceased to be a capitalist monopoly” (V.I. Lenin. “A threatening catastrophe and how to deal with it” (1920))
        You want to say that in the USSR the communist party nomenclature acted exclusively in the interests of its people in the spirit of social justice? Not used special benefits, privileges, not used powers for personal purposes? You still say that the current state capitalists, members of the cooperative "Lake", natives, by the way, from the party and the KGB, also act exclusively without any self-interest in the interests of society. This is precisely the utopianism of socialism that the management of public goods should be carried out by specific individuals acting not for personal but for public purposes. And this does not happen.
        1. VseDoFeNi
          VseDoFeNi 12 August 2015 09: 58 New
          0
          Quote: Nikolai K
          According to V. Lenin,

          Destroyed our country. And thank God that Trotsky failed to come to power. I think that by the beginning of World War II Russians, as a nation, could well have remained.

          Quote: Nikolai K
          You want to say that in the USSR the communist party nomenclature acted exclusively in the interests of its people in the spirit of social justice?

          If you read my comments, you will see that I am saying that it was the Communists who twice in the last century destroyed our country.
          Quote: Nikolai K
          You still say that the current state capitalists, members of the Lake cooperative, people from the party and the KGB, by the way, also act exclusively without any self-interest in the interests of society.
          Well, that's what I’m talking about. laughing
          And they mercilessly negate me for this. wink

          Quote: Nikolai K
          This is precisely the utopianism of socialism that the management of public goods should be carried out by specific individuals who act not for personal but for public purposes. And this does not happen.

          It happens. It all depends on ideology and value system. Read Russian Artel and Russian Community. http://rusinst.ru/docs/books/Artel.pdf http://rusinst.ru/docs/books/Obshina.pdf
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  • Naxxramas
    Naxxramas 11 August 2015 07: 00 New
    +9
    Wow - the article is not about Ukraine! An article that raises the problem of our society, and we must pay tribute to the author - the material is serious. This is rarely seen today, especially on this resource collecting gossip all over the Internet.
    Anyway, dear compatriots, what do you think from the data given? "As a result of the study, it was found that 42,9% of the homeless did not receive housing after being released from places of deprivation of liberty. In 14,3% of the homeless, housing became unsuitable for living, 8,6% lost their homes due to family reasons, 8,6% had evicted by court order, 2,9% were forced to sell their own housing and the same number of citizens fell victim to fraudulent activities of “black realtors.” In addition, 5,8% of respondents lost their homes as a result of relocation for employment, and 2,9% lost your documents. " As you can see, freed fellow citizens make up 43% of the homeless, which can still be understood, but not accepted - they are the same people as us, they need rehabilitation, support. The rest remained on the street due to force majeure. Relocation, loss of documents, court decision, family circumstances. In fact, 15% became homeless due to unsuitability of housing.
    Another very important point - more than 85% of the homeless have a profession. That is, people can work and work, but they can’t get a roof over their heads.
    1. Cosmos1987
      Cosmos1987 11 August 2015 07: 13 New
      +3
      One simple answer to all this is the village! In Russia, thousands of villages and villages are dying, please populate, live and work. Although the problem is homeless, there is only one - I DO NOT WANT, I WILL NOT BE, ME AND SO IT IS ALL SOLVING.
      1. Naxxramas
        Naxxramas 11 August 2015 08: 40 New
        0
        Quote: Cosmos1987
        Although the problem is homeless, there is only one - I DO NOT WANT, I WILL NOT BE, ME AND SO IT IS ALL SOLVING.

        As you have everything is easy and simple. One reason, but many factors. If you read the article carefully, and not just the headline, you will see that the housing problem affects different segments of the population. There are lumpen among them, there are completely accomplished people - but nobody wants to work. And what about the recent initiative for you - to limit the number of animals in private household plots. Moreover, the agricultural census is on the nose, which means that additional costs will be borne by citizens, which means few people will go to the village in this situation?
        I will give you such an example from the "well-fed" Soviet past. The colony of the heavy regime, a prisoner who has served 15 years, the administration is trying to throw out the gate. A person simply has nowhere to go, for 15 years he has lost everything, there is no family, there is no roof over his head, nowhere to go. What is he doing? That's right, he commits a crime in the evening. Modern law enforcement officers provide exactly the same picture.
        There are many, many factors ... Children leave their parents on the street and all for housing.
  • Same lech
    Same lech 11 August 2015 07: 12 New
    +6
    An article that raises the problem of our society, and we must pay tribute to the author - the material is serious.


    I agree ... but unfortunately not according to the NVO profile.

    You will see very few such articles in the mass media, it’s understandable .... the interests of capital capitalizing on this will be affected, and our government unfortunately serves the interests of this capital.

    Bank mortgage alone is worth it.
    When you begin to delve into it you grab your head .... what kind of coupons are cut by money-lending bankers.
    Recently, bankers started a new legislative fraud with simultaneous lending to both developers and home buyers ... which will naturally lead to a new increase in housing prices.

    In general, according to MARX, capital needs high profits, and in the Russian version, its desires take the most ugly form.
    1. Naxxramas
      Naxxramas 11 August 2015 08: 28 New
      +2
      Quote: The same Lech
      I agree ... but unfortunately not according to the NVO profile.

      Why so? Millions of homeless citizens of Russia are a direct threat to security. If my memory serves me as written in the Constitution, it is the duty of the state to respect human rights and freedoms. It is clear that the state is not coping with this obligation.
      You brought a mortgage. Banking regulation is the responsibility of the state, which it does not. Agree, this is not a cry of an alarmist, this is a fact. Few people can take a loan at 17-19% per annum. You can do it for domestic needs, you can’t for an apartment, the amount varies greatly.
      But I would like to focus on orphans. Previously, they were given housing in the property - in fact, the person was on the street. There are a lot of “smarties”, everyone wants to take square meters for nothing. Now, thank God, the state provides them with housing on the basis of social hiring. But there are many orphans, few apartments. So, to give the child an apartment, it must be bought or built. Where to get the money?
      The problem is wildly painful, nobody wants to solve it. It is clear that there are many reasons, they must be addressed comprehensively, and this is long and dreary, and once.
      1. Same lech
        Same lech 11 August 2015 08: 34 New
        0
        The problem is wildly painful, nobody wants to solve it. It is clear that there are many reasons, they must be addressed comprehensively, and this is long and dreary, and once.


        This is all clear ....

        but there must be a well-thought-out state policy in this matter ...
        because you can connect scientists, a bunch of other different specialists ... let them think and suggest methods for solving problems ...

        There is no will of the government to solve these problems .... honestly tired of looking at the duty reports of the government of MEDVEDEV.
        1. Naxxramas
          Naxxramas 11 August 2015 08: 46 New
          +1
          Every nation has the government that it deserves.
          We’ll agree with you now - they will attract more under the Criminal Code :)
          Losing a roof over your head is now not just, but very simple. The rent is predatory, don’t pay it and you’ll go to live in a box.
          Once again I express my admiration to the author - excellent material !!!
        2. anip
          anip 12 August 2015 05: 41 New
          0
          Quote: The same Lech
          There is no will of the government to solve these problems .... honestly tired of looking at the duty reports of the government of MEDVEDEV.

          Wasn’t you tired of listening to Putin’s empty talk?
    2. anip
      anip 12 August 2015 05: 41 New
      +1
      Quote: The same Lech
      When you begin to delve into it you grab your head .... what kind of coupons are cut by money-lending bankers.

      Well yes. For 10-12 years, one apartment for the price of two. I'm not talking about 20-25-30 years of mortgages.
  • parusnik
    parusnik 11 August 2015 07: 30 New
    +7
    At present, the Russian authorities are facing a very difficult and urgent task - solving the problem of homelessness.... With our lending and mortgage, it is so impressive that such a task does not stand before the authorities ... Thank you, Ilya ..
    1. VseDoFeNi
      VseDoFeNi 11 August 2015 08: 32 New
      -7
      In 1991, corrupt brainless communists washed their hands, dismembering the USSR and changing the system from socialism to capitalism.
      1. dmb
        dmb 11 August 2015 12: 23 New
        +6
        And you know why you have set cons, for primitivism. Your dislike of the Communists on the site is not news, and the fact that it is the "corrupt and brainless" changed the system is not in dispute. Well, if only then you would not yearn for socialism, for it is the work of the very same Communists, only not corrupt and not brainless. , You are ready to stick your template phrase even to the discussion of the reasons for the church’s rejection of the teachings of Copernicus, which does not mean bothering your brain.
        1. VseDoFeNi
          VseDoFeNi 12 August 2015 05: 23 New
          -1
          Quote: dmb
          Well, if only then you would not yearn for socialism, for it is the work of the very same Communists, only not corrupt and not brainless.

          I do not yearn for socialism. For many centuries we had a strong community, it’s the world, it’s about it - on the world and death is red.
          There was a Russian artel, that is, a labor community.
          It was a zemstvo, finally.

          If something doesn’t reach you, try to understand it. ;)
          Quote: Sufi parable.

          The waters of madness.

          Such a day will come when all the water in the world, except that which will be specially collected, will disappear. Then it will be replaced by another water, from which people will go crazy. Only one person understood the meaning of these words. He collected a large supply of water and hid it in a safe place. Then he began to wait for the water to change.
          On the predicted day, all the rivers dried up, the wells dried up, and that man, retiring to his refuge, began to drink from his supplies.
          When he saw from his refuge that the rivers had renewed their flow, he went down to the other sons of men. He found that they speak and think in a completely different way than before, they do not remember what happened to them, nor what they were warned about. When he tried to talk to them, he realized that they considered him crazy and showed hostility or compassion for him, but not understanding.
          At first, he did not touch new water at all, and every day he returned to his supplies. However, in the end, he decided to drink from now on new water, since his behavior and thinking, which distinguished him from the rest, made life unbearably lonely. He drank new water and became like everyone else. Then he completely forgot about his supply of other water, and the people around him began to look at him as a madman who miraculously recovered from his madness.


          “Thinking is the hardest job; that’s probably why so few are doing it. " Henry Ford

          I wish you success in a difficult matter.
          1. anip
            anip 12 August 2015 05: 44 New
            0
            Quote: VseDoFeNi
            I do not yearn for socialism. For many centuries we had a strong community, it’s the world, it’s about it - on the world and death is red.

            Well, here is the world:
            1. VseDoFeNi
              VseDoFeNi 12 August 2015 06: 08 New
              0
              Well, here you have the USA in Chicago already in 1948 !!! year.

              [img = http: //ic.pics.livejournal.com/eska/683464/496791/496791_original.jpg]
              From left to right: Lane, 6. Ro, 5. Milton, 4. Sue Ellen, 2 years.
              The unemployed truck driver and his wife, faced with the threat of eviction from the apartment, decided to sell their children.
              And they sold it. All in different families. Those who got to the farm, were, until adulthood, actually in a state of slaves. However, the children survived, rose to their feet and even met already in the 21st century.



              Russia is the BEST country in the world!

              You are fighting with your country, and this is fraught with its collapse.
          2. anip
            anip 12 August 2015 05: 47 New
            +1
            And still typical laity:
            That is, they lived just happily. The truth worked from dawn to dawn without unbending, but then "balls, footmen, cunkers and the crunch of French rolls." From the photographs, by the way, "wealth" is clearly visible.
            1. VseDoFeNi
              VseDoFeNi 12 August 2015 05: 59 New
              0
              I assure you that their values ​​were VERY different from yours or mine.
              There were footmen, junkers, and the Chinese Eastern Railway, we were building, and we were also engaged in the development of Manchuria, not the Chinese.
              Something like that.
              There is a small essay, part of which I will give here. http://vicsrg.ho.com.ua/stat/esse.htm
              So. The first thing that distinguishes a downshifter from a normal person is that he brings down a deity named "level of material consumption" from the pedestal, and puts him on a par with other values. In particular, with such a banal value as the availability of free time, not busy with work. Well, and others, such as health.

              A normal person does not perceive this action as normal. For him, the level of material consumption, expressed in the amount of money spent on a monthly basis (mind you, are not earned at all, but spent are two different things) is the most important thing that is valuable to him in this life. All other values ​​are crowded somewhere at the foot, and are hardly noticeable. So let's list them. It withfree time. Health. Recreation. Sleep. The level of cultural and intellectual development. Communication with friends (and their very presence). Communication with the family (and its very presence). Parenting (and their very presence). And much more. A normal person is ready to sacrifice all this, and sacrifices hard, in order to increase the level of material consumption by a certain amount, say, 20%, during career growth. Money in this case has some mystical, religious significance. A normal person is not even able to think in this direction.
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            3. Nikolay K
              Nikolay K 12 August 2015 09: 50 New
              +1
              Yes, they worked from dawn to dawn without unbending, gave birth to seven children and they were lifted to their feet. But the current ones complain about a small salary, lack of an apartment, etc. and therefore do nothing
              1. VseDoFeNi
                VseDoFeNi 12 August 2015 10: 04 New
                0
                Quote: Nikolai K
                But the current ones complain about a small salary, lack of an apartment, etc. and therefore do nothing

                From me, plus.
                There is a wonderful article on this subject "when white humanity began to die out" http://domestic-lynx.livejournal.com/23214.html

                When did it all begin - extinction?
                After all, women were giving birth - over in Russia, according to the pre-revolutionary census, each gave on the mountain six pieces on average. Well, let half die (actually less) - but still the population was growing: there was someone to put under arms and, later, to send to the construction sites of communism. In neighboring Germany, the same picture. Winner Sombart, a classic of sociology with political economy, wrote on the eve of World War I that Germans breed like rabbits. About rabbits is his own original expression. Actually, Hitler and Goebbels did not come up with the old-time German idea of ​​"Drang nach Osten" - it was born much earlier and was rooted in the popular feeling: there is not enough land, but we are becoming more and more.
                Now it’s not.
                There is simply no time for a normal German woman to give birth. Judge for yourself: when? Up to forty years old - early, she expresses herself, makes a career. And after forty it’s too late: the probability of giving birth to the downside increases, and countries are not all visited and studied. Well, some people manage to slip through, but, of course, no more than one descendant. And those 1,2 from Buchanan’s nameplate (I don’t remember exactly, m. 1,3) - this is provided by the “come along” Turks and others like them.
                I remember once walking around the center of Amsterdam and came across a kindergarten for a walk. From a third to half are children of non-European appearance. Their parents are not lazy.
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      2. saygon66
        saygon66 11 August 2015 22: 40 New
        -1
        - So after all, we do not have capitalism at all ... nor socialism ... "Frankensteinism" is! smile
      3. one
        one 11 August 2015 22: 52 New
        +2
        Quote: VseDoFeNi
        In 1991, corrupt brainless communists washed their hands, dismembering the USSR and changing the system from socialism to capitalism.

        and you happen to read the forum rules?
        there about repeating the same thing in every post ...
        I am surprised how our keen moderators did not notice you!
        request
        1. anip
          anip 12 August 2015 05: 48 New
          +1
          Quote: Someone
          and you happen to read the forum rules?

          Yes, he just stuck record.
  • valokordin
    valokordin 11 August 2015 07: 54 New
    +6
    Our power will never solve the problem posed by the author. Under Soviet rule, I did not see people rummaging through garbage bins. And citizens were given apartments, settled in dormitories. Homeless people were caught, passported, employed, provided with housing, though not everyone used it and again went behind the fog and the smell of taiga. Our capitalist system is homeless on the drum. And then Kim Jong-un changed his bad time zone, but there are no homeless people and people are employed.
    1. VseDoFeNi
      VseDoFeNi 11 August 2015 08: 00 New
      -5
      Quote: valokordin
      Under Soviet rule, I did not see people rummaging through garbage bins.

      In the USSR, they sat at 209 for parasitism and were serving "treatment" in the Medical and Labor Preventive clinics.

      That is, homeless people and parasites in the USSR were, and the communists produced the alcoholics themselves !!!
  • fomkin
    fomkin 11 August 2015 08: 02 New
    +7
    According to Rosstat, the decline in production in industry continues. But here's what is interesting against the general background of declining car sales, there has been an increase in sales of very expensive cars!?
    1. VseDoFeNi
      VseDoFeNi 11 August 2015 08: 10 New
      -5
      This is not gasoline, food, electricity, etc. more expensive. This MONEY IS CHEAPER !!!
      The oligarchs have no reason to rejoice, they are also impoverished.
      Their capitalization is a bubble. In fact, today, not only the oligarchs, but also the countries are considered the more successful, the higher their debts, and this is heavy nonsense. laughing
      1. anip
        anip 12 August 2015 05: 57 New
        +1
        Quote: VseDoFeNi
        This is not gasoline, food, electricity, etc. more expensive. This MONEY IS CHEAPER !!!

        Exactly, this ruble is getting cheaper. Only somehow strange, well, the ruble has fallen in price, then why are ruble (in the sense of non-import) goods more expensive? This is the first.
        And why the salary of people does not rise in price after the rise in prices? Indeed, if the ruble is getting cheaper, then, according to your logic, everything rises in price, but why almost everything rises in price, except for salary? She, too, should rise in price in this case. This was the second.

        And here is the third quote:
        Quote: VseDoFeNi
        This is not gasoline, food, electricity, etc. more expensive. This MONEY IS CHEAPER !!!

        You face on a stump, or hemp on a face, will there be a big difference? (Well, not you)
        1. VseDoFeNi
          VseDoFeNi 12 August 2015 09: 48 New
          0
          Quote: anip
          Exactly, this ruble is getting cheaper.

          Yup ...
          [img = http: //www.oikonomia.info/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/USskuld-1.gif]

          Quote: anip
          And why the salary of people does not rise in price after the rise in prices?

          Ask your employer a question. smile

          Quote: anip
          You face on a stump, or hemp on a face, will there be a big difference? (Well, not you)

          It is necessary to nationalize the banking system so that it benefits all the people, and not a handful of liberals. The system needs to be changed, uncle, the system !!! But without revolutions.
          If you want to live better, join the referendum of NOD http://referendumrusnod.ru/
          It is necessary to help the leadership of Russia to correct the consequences of the dismemberment of the USSR.
  • AUL
    AUL 11 August 2015 08: 26 New
    +2
    Quote: Cosmos1987
    One simple answer to all this is the village! In Russia, thousands of villages and villages are dying, please populate, live and work. Although the problem is homeless, there is only one - I DO NOT WANT, I WILL NOT BE, ME AND SO IT IS ALL SOLVING.

    But didn’t you think that the village is dying, mainly because there is no work? Collective farms are a thing of the past, farmers are plundered by local authorities and dealers, preventing them from turning around. Yes, a significant percentage do not want to work and cannot because of their dying health and chronic alcoholism. But the majority cannot get a job, there is no registration - no one will talk to you! It turns out a vicious circle.
  • razzhivin
    razzhivin 11 August 2015 08: 37 New
    -1
    some kind of one-sided view of the problem ... like give money (officials, etc.) and that's all ... the problem of homelessness is much deeper (in the same rich states it is on a smaller scale) ...
    in my opinion (I do not pretend to be true), the problem of homelessness (and poverty in general) is one thing - the fall of the spirituality of the people ...
    I argue (briefly):
    in the former Russia there was a very strong patronage movement, as a result many “houses of contempt” were built (from the word “supervision” if anyone does not understand) ... while the arrangement of such houses was very different from the formal approach in state institutions;
    a large number (far from all) of modern homeless people have become such, due to spiritual impoverishment and the loss of social guidelines - it’s easier for them to live (alcoholism can also be attributed here) ...
    Well, the general attitude of society to this problem (distance, for relatively rare examples of alms) ...
    1. region58
      region58 11 August 2015 12: 14 New
      0
      Quote: razzhivin
      many "houses of contempt" were built (from the word supervision,

      Etcиview. One letter, and the meaning is almost the opposite ...
  • anip
    anip 11 August 2015 08: 44 New
    +2
    The sociologist V. Volkov refers to them the following population groups, which he calls risk groups:

    He did not bring another risk group: people who took a mortgage. Of course, the mortgage is similar to clause 10, but since credit and mortgage are always separated, it is necessary to separate here.
  • Vladimir1960
    Vladimir1960 11 August 2015 08: 49 New
    +3
    He tried to somehow persuade the homeless to simple work, he gave money, did not go. To have a good laugh, to steal something small, they can do it, they don’t want to work. My proposal, it is necessary to create labor camps for homeless people, LTP for alcoholics, with strict control over these institutions of the prosecutor's office and public organizations. To conduct socially adaptive events, bring them back to life. There is world experience and quite successful.
    1. Naxxramas
      Naxxramas 11 August 2015 12: 22 New
      0
      There is a category of people who will never work. Which, of course, does not mean the impossibility of rehabilitating homeless people.
    2. Cat man null
      Cat man null 11 August 2015 12: 40 New
      0
      Quote: Vladimir1960
      irrigate, steal something small, they can, they don’t want to work

      Well, you know .. bum homeless strife yes

      Personally, I know one thing - he lives in a warmed garage, "work" is the collection of metal and other recyclables in the vicinity. With the subsequent surrender of this good. To do this, there is a bicycle, a special trolley (refrigerator, for example, to bring from the garbage can) and other equipment.

      Thumps, yes. But the dog (he lives with him, the dog is not a street dog - he picked him up and raised him as a puppy, now a dog for three years) - he is always fed, raised and wags his tail.

      So, I repeat - the homeless are homeless.
    3. Owl
      Owl 11 August 2015 16: 42 New
      +2
      At one time, F. Dzerzhinsky was instructed to fight homelessness - for the result, part of Him and praise. This is in a country devastated by civil war. Now it is necessary to carry out similar, even tougher actions, but there is no analogue to F. Dzerzhinsky in the current government, the current government doesn’t give a damn about child homelessness and adult homelessness (it won’t bring profit into pockets, only expenses), so nothing will change. And so, it seems to me, it is necessary to create militarized camps for children and youth, and for the adult population - industrial and agricultural labor state settlements, with the payment of some of the earned money on hand, the rest means food and accommodation. But it is necessary to tighten the laws and their implementation - parasitism, vagrancy - the term, and to the camp, behind the barbed wire. Until the state becomes social, but fair, nothing will change.
  • soratnik
    soratnik 11 August 2015 12: 17 New
    +6
    Despite the fact that in recent years the standard of living of the country's population as a whole is significantly higher than in the first post-Soviet decade,
    Found something to compare! It would be more correct to say that over the past year the standard of living of the main population has decreased by two! And if you move away from any regional city for 20 - 50 km, you can see that the population lives not much better than the population of the front-line districts of Donbas, the only difference is that the guns do not fire and there is no free humanitarian aid. The pension for the main part of pensioners is about 6000 rubles, of course, the salary for those of them is 15–20 thousand rubles, while the products have risen in price from one and a half to two times, the prices for communal utilities, gas, and electricity are constantly growing. It is amazing how much our authorities are concerned about the standard of living in Ukraine and how much our rulers do not give a damn about their people.
    1. Naxxramas
      Naxxramas 11 August 2015 12: 20 New
      0
      Companion, unfortunately, can not put you a plus. By the way, A CHO THERE AT HOPPERS? :)
      1. soratnik
        soratnik 11 August 2015 12: 47 New
        +1
        You have a desire to become a couch general. If you lick with the same tenacity for three months you will become.
        1. Naxxramas
          Naxxramas 11 August 2015 13: 24 New
          0
          Quote: soratnik
          You have a desire to become a couch general. If you lick with the same tenacity for three months you will become.

          Not at all! I'd rather be an Afro-Estonian than a couch general, but as it happens, I live in Russia.
        2. Victor-M
          Victor-M 11 August 2015 20: 44 New
          -1
          Quote: soratnik
          You have a desire to become a couch general. If you lick with the same tenacity for three months you will become.

          And who are you licking? Look, be careful, this does not lead to good, and even a change in color will not help.
    2. Victor-M
      Victor-M 11 August 2015 20: 38 New
      -3
      Quote: soratnik
      Found something to compare! It would be more correct to say that over the past year the standard of living of the main population has decreased by two! And if you move away from any regional city for 20 - 50 km, you can see that the population lives not much better than the population of the front-line districts of Donbas, the only difference is that the guns do not fire and there is no free humanitarian aid.

      Your personal suggestions, just do not say that it is not in your competence. Who wants to live a normal life, he seeks work and lives normally, and who wants to eat vodka, he eats vodka and tryndit that Putin is bad and about the people, i.e. about himself, does not think and does not help.
      Pension for the main part of pensioners is about 6000 rubles, salaries for those of course have 15–20 thousand rubles, while products have risen in price from one and a half to two times, the prices for communal utilities, gas, and electricity are constantly growing. It is amazing how much our authorities are concerned about the standard of living in Ukraine and how much our rulers do not give a damn about their people.

      And what should the government do? Likely to give you housing for free, a well-paid job, where there is no dirt, but there is a suit with a white shirt, and of course to reduce to a minimum the communal apartment, in the system of which Putin does not work, but usually figuratively speaking, Vanya or Petya with Klavdia Petrovna, and who do not care on Putin and on you. But as soon as they are pressed by the law, the liberalism that has just shouted about corruption in the housing and communal services system and the cutting of dough immediately begins to defend this very thief and scream about the violation of human rights. You should be so decent and smart to try to raise at least your personal economy, not to mention the whole country, which some just got out of a coma, while others strive to shove it back, well, you, always dissatisfied, help them, well, help further, take an example from ukrobanderlogov, maybe you’ll heal better if you don’t sink into oblivion, somewhere in the gateway. wink
      1. anip
        anip 12 August 2015 06: 05 New
        0
        Quote: Victor-M
        And what should the government do?

        But what for then is there such a kind of power that can not give anything to the people, but on the other hand, it regularly robbing it and giving bonuses to all other countries just as well?
        1. VseDoFeNi
          VseDoFeNi 12 August 2015 06: 15 New
          +1
          I will repeat it again.
          Quote: VseDoFeNi
          Today, under Putin, people in Russia live as RICH as they never lived in the foreseeable past. Vivid evidence of this is the courtyards of Russian cities, clogged with cars, many of which were bought with overpayment on credit. This indicates that people have money to overpay and the lack of intelligence, so as not to overpay.


          Compare life in Russia in the 90s and today. The difference is huge.

          We have yet to regain sovereignty by nationalizing the Central Bank, subsoil and strategic industries. Enough to lose the Cold War, you have to work hard to fix it.
          1. Victor-M
            Victor-M 12 August 2015 09: 12 New
            +1
            Quote: VseDoFeNi
            Compare life in Russia in the 90s and today. The difference is huge.

            You can repeat as much as you like, it won’t be any sense, this is the generation of the gadget, they saw the 90s through the diaper, and now they compare what happened 5 years ago and now, they simply can’t look further, like the young banderlogs who came to the Maidan in Ukraine. In a word, it is a public of consumption and requirements, not production.
            1. VseDoFeNi
              VseDoFeNi 12 August 2015 15: 01 New
              0
              Quote: Victor-M
              You can repeat them as much as you want, there won’t be any sense,

              This is my civic duty. I will repeat until I remember it by heart. laughing
        2. Victor-M
          Victor-M 12 August 2015 09: 01 New
          +1
          The power for your information from the same people, and not sent from heaven, you must start with yourself, otherwise everyone’s requests are too big. You see, some people have an apartment, a summer house, a car, or even two, but they all live poorly. Go to the village, go in for farming, or that there is no desire to dig in manure, but like to get money, but eat natural products and blame the power along the way, which does not allow jamon and parmesan to be enjoyed. Of course, it’s working as a manager or security guard, and even better in some kind of television show such as Dom-2 or show business, it is much easier, and there’s more time to sit on the Internet and collect likes. wink laughing
    3. anip
      anip 12 August 2015 06: 03 New
      0
      Quote: soratnik
      It is amazing how our authorities are concerned about the standard of living in Ukraine.

      Duc is the same banal distraction of the people’s attention to other people's problems (Ukraine), to the external enemy (State Department), so as not to think about their own. It is also easier to rob your people. After all, the same thing is in Ukraine, there, almost in the same way, the external enemy is always to blame for all troubles.
      1. VseDoFeNi
        VseDoFeNi 12 August 2015 06: 43 New
        +1
        Quote: anip
        After all, the same thing is in Ukraine, there, almost in the same way, the external enemy is always to blame for all troubles.

        Remember - Russia is a prison of nations. How did it end? The collapse of the economy, a civil war in which more than 10 million of our citizens died ...
        They searched for the enemy within Russia and Russia did not become.
        We were looking for the enemy within the USSR - corruption, the shadow economy, excesses in the field ...
        And the USSR did not.

        How many times do you need to destroy Russia?
  • wei
    wei 11 August 2015 13: 15 New
    +2
    I personally know four unsightly apartment situations
    the state as a regulator of relations in this matter is very muddy
    you can definitely say that you can easily squeeze an apartment out of a “weak” person
    one in four girls (Volgograd) leaves the orphanage, instead of housing compensation, at 19 with a penny ... now this is an adult woman with a child of her own
    Yes, what can I say about it, crazy money is spinning, it is billions, there are no articles with confiscation, there are no laws regulating this market (simple and clear, but not contradicting each other)
    the state can regulate this situation only through taxes
  • Victor-M
    Victor-M 11 August 2015 20: 21 New
    -4
    People without a home. The problem of homelessness is widespread

    Favorite topic of the liberals, torn from the trough, and thanks to their policies in the 90s, the first homeless people appeared, and now they again howl an old song about the main one called "Putin is to blame." In fact, this is a clear product of Western democracy.
  • asiat_61
    asiat_61 11 August 2015 23: 10 New
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    You can blame everything on the liberals, but where can you go for 15 years? You can seize the Crimea with fear, but there’s no power to cope with the Central Bank. The IMF praises our Central Bank, the naibulina has all the chicks, and you're talking about some homeless people.
    1. VseDoFeNi
      VseDoFeNi 12 August 2015 05: 29 New
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      Quote: asiat_61
      You can blame everything on the liberals, but where can you go for 15 years? You can seize the Crimea with fear, but there’s no power to cope with the Central Bank. The IMF praises our Central Bank, the naibulina has all the chicks, and you're talking about some homeless people.

      We live in a country that lost the Cold War and pay tribute to the winners. Which is unpleasant, but logical.
      Moral - DO NOT lose the war. Neither cold nor hot.
    2. anip
      anip 12 August 2015 06: 09 New
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      Quote: asiat_61
      naibulina's all chiki-bunches

      Indeed, only yesterday, the day before yesterday, Putin said that he was satisfied with the work of the bank and Nabiullina in maintaining the stability of the ruble. one would like to ask Putin: "You, dear guarantor, have you watched the ruble exchange rate for a long time, and have you watched it at all?"
      1. Victor-M
        Victor-M 12 August 2015 09: 18 New
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        Quote: anip
        I just want to ask Putin: "You, dear guarantor, have you watched the ruble exchange rate for a long time, and indeed have you watched it?"

        And who are you by profession? wink
    3. Victor-M
      Victor-M 12 August 2015 09: 14 New
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      Quote: asiat_61
      You can blame everything on the liberals, but 15 years where to go?

      And how old are you, probably 20, that you like this number 15? There is nothing to compare with anymore, in the 90s I guess I still sucked a tit? laughing
  • olimpiada15
    olimpiada15 12 August 2015 19: 26 New
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    Local authorities are obliged to establish order with housing, which do not fulfill their duties and are not going to fulfill.
    The number of housing in the village is known, the number of building permits is issued by the authorities, the number of children removed from the family, where parents are deprived of parental rights, too. This information must be transferred to the registration chamber and order can be put in place, but this does not correspond to the intentions of the officials - there will be no additional income.
    But it’s all simpler to organize - do not miss the sale of apartments in a building under construction of a project (register the developer’s contracts with interest holders), do not register the sale of apartments for which children removed from the family have the right to raise (such apartments can be rented out for long-term rent, which will be able to pay off the debt of negligent parents).
    Today it was shown that already built houses were destroyed in Yekaterinburg, people were left without housing and without money, the state washes their hands, but this is the state’s fault, they allowed the construction of apartment buildings without a building permit. All these are omissions of power, which are essentially a crime against citizens who do not have the necessary knowledge and who do not have access to documents that can establish the illegality of construction at the stage of raising money. Officials should give people reliable information about a building permit, it just has to to hang on a site of a management of the city, area.
  • Tofaa
    Tofaa 13 August 2015 12: 41 New
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    but the military budget of Russia is growing unjustifiably - in 2010, a working Russian gave half of his monthly salary to the country's defense. In 2014 - already more than a month's salary.

    What forced the country, setting aside other priorities, so dramatically increase its military strength? Is the country getting ready for war? is Russia in the ring of enemies?
    1. Tofaa
      Tofaa 13 August 2015 12: 45 New
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      Of the 131 countries of the world for which the World Bank has statistics of military spending, Russia took an honorable 9th place.
      Russia (4.2% of GDP for defense) overtook ALL major countries of the world and ALL nuclear powers in this indicator. In 2013, Russia for the first time in its recent history overtook the United States (3,9% of GDP). France (2,2%), China (2,1%), Germany (1,3%) are far behind. Russia is noticeably ahead of its neighbors - Ukraine (2,9%), Belarus (1,3%), Kazakhstan (1,2%).
  • Rom4uk
    Rom4uk 14 August 2015 00: 11 New
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    Very correct article. And to the place, and to the time. Thank you so much for opening and covering this topic. )))
    After all, war is always where the masses are!
    The reaction, and the more so the answers, of the "local" users is very surprising. No specifics, complete lack of understanding and compassion for people ...
    What unity, what power is it worth talking about? People, understand, we will all die, and what we leave behind will play a decisive role in the future!
    Be patient and goodbye. Be prudent. Help and love. Respect each other ...
    It’s not difficult!
    1. VseDoFeNi
      VseDoFeNi 14 August 2015 07: 59 New
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      Quote: Rom4uk
      People, understand, we will all die, and what we leave behind will play a decisive role in the future!

      It is believed that the soul is immortal. About 20 years ago I told my son that the Earth is a study in which we are taught on the gods. And I also argue that in my entire history a person has not created anything, well, maybe almost nothing that would not harm us directly or indirectly.
      It’s time for us to stop being a murderer and a destroyer and become a keeper and creator.
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      1. Rom4uk
        Rom4uk 14 August 2015 19: 27 New
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        So that everything is "even and smooth"? Hmm ...
        This will never happen! Paradise on Earth is trying to build only Jehovah's and Communists, their results are on the face. )
        I agree with your desire for the best. But it is worthwhile to understand that having changed the inner world, we will also change the outer.
        In the meantime, all the bright endeavors of man are broken up by the greed and stupidity of the neighbors.
        1. VseDoFeNi
          VseDoFeNi 15 August 2015 05: 46 New
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          Quote: Rom4uk
          Paradise on Earth is trying to build only Jehovah's and Communists, their results are on the face.

          The actions of the capitalists are no better. People behave on the principle of Winnie the Pooh.
          -And why are bees in the world?
          -In order to make honey. In my opinion so.
          “Why on earth is honey?”
          - So that I ate it. In my opinion so.
          Winnie the Pooh.

          And Bobika.
          Total more.



          Quote: Rom4uk
          In the meantime, all the bright endeavors of man are broken up by the greed and stupidity of the neighbors.

          This does not mean that I should go dumb and hungry, looking at the neighbors. smile
          You are generally not able to influence anyone, even your own children are influenced until they grow up, and to a certain extent. While the parents are at work, they are left to their own devices and left to other people's uncles and aunts who go to work for money, and not for children.
          Besides.
          A person on average consumes 430 g of oxygen per day and exhales 800 g of carbon dioxide. One hectare of green space absorbs approximately the same amount of carbon dioxide as 200 people exhale, while releasing 80 kg of oxygen per day ..
          We in cars deal with gas and air. A mixture in which 1 kg of gasoline vapor accounts for 15 kg of air (with a standard oxygen content in it) is called normal. For 1 kg of gasoline, 3 kg of oxygen is burned.
          That is, burned a kilo of gasoline, deprived himself of oxygen for a week, and even added poison.