The most important of these questions - the survival of the country and the Russians in general - can be safely attributed to the issue of sovereignty.
It’s not a secret for people who listen and think for a long time that the so-called “fifth column” operates in the country - an extremely numerous “landing” of our “partners”, thrown up and raised at all levels of government since 90's. However, often all these "columns" have some abstract and faceless image, engaged in the same abstract sabotage and sabotage.
Do not be afraid to at least roughly outline the circle of specific names and surnames.
An elementary litmus test of conclusions with specific individuals can again serve as a specific example of an attempt to defend the interests of a country.
For example, 9 June 2015. Discussion of the bill "On the introduction of measures to protect the national economy of the Russian Federation and limit the activities of legal entities and citizens of the aggressor countries in the Russian Federation" (No. 667782-6) in the State Duma of the Russian Federation. The bill was introduced by deputies Katasonov S.M., Romanov A.V., Fedorov E.A.
On the podium of the State Duma - Yevgeny Alekseyevich Fedorov, known for his harsh statements about groups of people who are clearly working to the detriment of the country. The figure of the deputy Fedorov can be treated differently, but let's look at the essence of the proposed proposal and conclusions that can be drawn in relation to persons who are not abstract.
The essence of the introduced law number 667782-6: The authors of the bill are primarily concerned with the fact that foreign organizations are currently conducting an audit of most strategic enterprises in Russia (examples: Central Bank, UAC, Uralvagonzavod, VTB, Vnesheconombank, Rosselkhozbank, Transneft, Gazprom Neft, Ministry of Finance, FAS, Rosfinnadzor, Ministry of Transport, Ministry of Housing and Communal Services, Ministry of Economic Development , Ministry of Industry and Trade, Federal Property Management Agency, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Sports, etc., etc.). In their opinion, access to such information threatens the interests of the country, and the participation of such organizations in the audit is detrimental to Russian audit firms. Also, according to the authors of the bill, given the aggressive and non-partner behavior of a number of states that have declared sanctions against Russia, the definition of “aggressor country” should be introduced into the law, the list of which will be approved by the Russian government.
As they say, the picture is worth a thousand words. I suggest the reader not to be lazy and get acquainted with the video recording of both the discussion process and the result ...
The bill, clearly aimed at protecting the interests of the country, was shamefully failed. Not rejected, not sent back for revision (perhaps, from the point of view of specialists, the amendments could indeed have taken place), namely, SOTATED and FAILED.
Let's get acquainted with the participants of the action.
As seen in the picture pages of the bill of the official site of the State Duma, the most interesting point of this schedule is the item “Did not vote”, despite the fact that “For” (179 against 3 deputies) was voted by an absolute majority of those who nevertheless decided to vote. 268 deputies for some reasons did not bring their finger to the voting button, thereby disrupting further discussion of this law. The same deputy Karpov (a chess and philatelist in combination, the cost of which the collection of stamps, according to some estimates, is at least 13 million euros), who opposed Fedorov at the same meeting of the State Duma, also from the “did not vote” number ... Inevitably, the question arises - why? Are all 268 people (99,2% of United Russia and various parts of other parties) suddenly and abruptly for valid reasons missing in the hall? .. How can it be that 268 people who are charged with making fateful decisions of the country simply do not fulfill their duties ?
The only advantage of all that happened is that the voting was open and we have the opportunity to see those “not voted” as they are.
Conclusions from this situation can be made different. Let's try to sketch some that come to mind:
1. The epidemic of deputy flu.
2. The deputies from the school bench skipped and still like to do it.
3. The majority of those who did not vote, being an organized group of traitors, on orders from outside or in connection with their own interests, deliberately sabotaged the bill.
The reader can add to the list of conclusions himself.
Who is to blame and what to do?
It is clear that openly criminal actions cannot have an apology, and many of this episode is embittered by the authorities. But in search of an answer to the eternal questions, would you turn to the mirror? After all, perhaps, it is the indifference of a citizen of Russia to the affairs of the state, passivity, unwillingness to understand personalities in any regular local elections and is a brush of such sketches? We place many hopes on the president, but he is by no means all-powerful. Without us, active citizens of Russia, he really can’t do anything. After all, indifferently omitting the newsletter and defying the statements about the unwillingness to understand the “varieties of guano”, we choose the whole “column” first of all.