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Project "ZZ". West, take an example from Russia!

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Hundreds of Muhammad who call themselves (probably out of patriotism) Jones are returning to the UK from Syria. It is not a secret for anyone, including Scotland Yard, what these bearded “Englishmen” will do in London. Objective analysts urge the West to take an example from Russia: after all, it has considerable experience in the fight against terrorism. The issue of confronting mass terrorism was particularly acute in connection with the bloody terrorist attacks in Paris.




Leonid Bershidsky (Leonid Bershidsky) in Bloomberg View He expressed this opinion: the war in Syria is dangerous for the whole world. Therefore, France and other states should take into account the experience of Russia acquired by it in the fight against terrorism.

Bearing in mind the terrorist attacks in Paris that took more than 120 lives, France and the rest of the countries involved in the Syrian conflict should bear in mind the experience of Russia’s struggle “against this kind of terrorism,” the journalist said. Terrorism will not stop until its “epicenter” is destroyed.

French President Francois Hollande said that the attacks in Paris were an "act of war" waged by the "army" of jihadists. This may be true even if it turns out that some of the jihadists were not prepared as extremists or were French citizens in general (some eyewitnesses claimed that the terrorists spoke French without a foreign accent).

The “pattern” by which suicide bombers act is “too good” familiar to Russians, a columnist reminds. In 2004, Russia was shocked by a series of attacks. The second Chechen war between Russian security forces and separatist militants in the Caucasus lasted for five years, when a suicide bomber blew up a train in the Moscow metro (February 2004 of the year, a 42 man died). In June of the same year, 10 people were killed in a bomb blast at a market in Samara. Then they were attacked by the police station in Ingushetia (hundreds of victims). In August, suicide bombers blew up two passenger airliners (90 dead). Another terrorist exploded herself near a metro station, killing an 10 man. Finally, in early September, a group of Chechens seized 1128 hostages in the Beslan school (North Ossetia). 334 civilians, including 186 children, died during a three-day siege. The building was stormed by special forces; 31 terrorist was destroyed.

And what Putin has done, the observer notes: in 2005, the President of the Russian Federation proposed the son of the former Muslim cleric of Chechnya, Ahmad Kadyrov, who died in 2004 as a result of another terrorist attack, to control Chechnya. Ramzan Kadyrov at that time was 29 years old. He was ready to avenge the death of his father. Previously, Kadyrovs were separatists, and therefore Ramzan had an “excellent intelligence network in the war-torn region.” Kadyrov received from Putin "generous funding, and at the same time permission to ignore federal laws." Kadyrov could "not regret anyone whom he considered an enemy." It took him a little more than three years to end the war.

In 2004, the main war was fought in the mountains of Chechnya; attacks on Moscow and other cities were aimed at instilling fear to ordinary citizens. Paris terrorists may have the same motivation, Bershidsky said. The main war is fought in Syria.

The measures that France is taking today will not prevent possible further attacks. Likewise, Putin’s powerful law enforcement agencies could not stop 2004’s horror of the year. Yes, in Russia, as in France, the police had lists of suspects and almost unlimited powers of wiretapping and surveillance. Islamist groups deftly know how to recruit new people. The organization of the same terrorist attack does not take them much time.

Putin intervened in the Syrian situation, partly because the columnist believes that he "remembers Chechnya." And also because thousands of separatists who once fought in Chechnya joined the ranks of the militants of the IG and the Syrian version of Al-Qaida, the Al-Nusra Front. Putin puts exactly the same thing that he put in Chechnya: he helps the "ruthless local leader Bashar al-Assad" waging war with everyone who takes on weaponwhether Islamist, terrorist or separatist.

According to the journalist, France and other states that are members of a coalition led by the United States must now realize that they are all "potential targets for attacks like the attacks in Paris." Therefore, they will have to decide whether they will "subscribe to the Putin methodology." The Russian president’s method has proven effective in Chechnya, but it’s not certain if it will work in Syria. One thing is clear: the Syrian conflict will not be resolved until the “Islamic State” is destroyed in its very “epicenter”. And until then, "no country is immune" from militant attacks.

What Bershidsky writes about is coming true today.

British newspaper "The Telegraph" spoke about the "special forces on the streets of the UK." It turns out that London is afraid to be "the next target of" IG ".

Journalists Tom Whitehead, Andrew Gilligan and Ben Farmer report that the UK has tightened security measures. The reason for the strong concerns was the information of the special services about 450 "radical British, who returned to the UK from Syria."

Special forces patrol the streets of cities in areas of stations, shopping centers and public places. Britain no longer conceals the fear of becoming the “next target” for a terrorist attack by militants “IG”.

Fear is based on one more fact: it is now disclosed that Scotland Yard is investigating 600 cases involving the activities of militants from Syria and Iraq.

Charles Farr, director of security and anti-terrorism, said that the “IS” “inspires” people in the UK who are preparing to “take the attack” here.

Around 750, British citizens who fought in Syria, he said, "are of interest to security and intelligence services." Of these, returned to Britain "about 60 percent." Farr noted that before the 70 the British died in Syria.

The new data shows a “sharp increase” compared to previous estimates (near the 350 militants).

Mr. Farr explained to the press that the ideologists of IG today are convincing potential terrorists to either go to Syria and join the ranks of the group, or stay in the UK and "take the attack" here.

Among those who fall under the influence of the Islamists, Farr singled out young people. Young people carry out "ideological care", plunging into "Islamist inspiration." Those who leave London today, leaving for Syria to fight on the side of "IG", are also much younger than before.

Cameron is also afraid of attacks in London: he states that "the United Kingdom faces the same threat" that Paris has already faced.

The secret forces of the special forces and the police are patrolling the London West End and social centers today. Also, close monitoring is carried out at the metro and railway stations. Metropolitan Police Commissioner Bernard Hogan Sir Howe speaks of a "serious cause for concern."

MI-5 and the police monitor the communications of the well-known IG fanatics, since they can avenge the death of the jihadist John in Rakka (his real name is Mohammed Emvazi, who previously lived in London).

The authorities urge citizens to be vigilant. At the same time, Theresa May, the Minister of the Interior, says that the British police and special services "work day and night for the safety of the population."

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The violent and bloody terrorist attacks in Paris, staged by Islamist militants on Friday last week, forced journalists, analysts and the Western establishment to think about the effectiveness of Russian methods of combating terrorism. Probably Russia's successes in confronting IG and other terrorist groups in Syria, as well as the Chechen experience in opposing Islamists and separatists, could serve the West as an example of how to destroy militants, avoiding assessments of their political overtones, as they used to do in Washington and London dividing terrorists into “bad” and “good”.
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  1. Riv
    Riv 17 November 2015 05: 39 New
    -3
    Yes West. Take an example from Russia. Be vigilant and say goodbye to all debts.
    1. Bath
      Bath 17 November 2015 05: 45 New
      +4
      Oh, live cut)) (about debts) crying
      1. Aksakal_07
        Aksakal_07 17 November 2015 07: 48 New
        +3
        It is possible to forgive debts a little "bastard" Ukrainians, but not Bandera scumbags, which personify the current government in Kiev.
        1. silinigo
          silinigo 18 November 2015 22: 18 New
          0
          And you look at the leadership of all countries ... including ours .. who are INTERESTED in the war !!
      2. Oleg14774
        Oleg14774 17 November 2015 11: 17 New
        +3
        Quote: Bath
        Oh, live cut)) (about debts)

        It is unfortunate of course, but I thought last night and decided that this article did not appear casual. The site is very popular and I think that it was started to be monitored, and this article is on one side a psychological vaccine, so that we would not mindlessly discuss with foam at the mouth that Putin had "leaked" everything, but thought about it. After all, nobody by and large yesterday reread his full speech, but bought an incomplete article. And secondly, she showed that (or rather, her discussion) that the people are very afraid of yet another betrayal by the Head of State. And somewhere, in the subcortex, analyzing and reading the behavior of our corrupt liberals, and the fact that they don’t have anything for it, we are ready for the fact that they will betray us again. And from this the people's nerves are not in an arc!
    2. Finches
      Finches 17 November 2015 06: 23 New
      +8
      At the heart of Western civilization lies financial pragmatism, and at the heart of our, Slavic, strong spiritual beginning! Therefore, it is always like this with us - we lie 33 years on the stove until the ass generally comes and only then we begin to act - here the West is pinching us. Here the main thing is not to play with him, as in 1812 and 1941 ... laughing
      1. Riv
        Riv 17 November 2015 07: 43 New
        -4
        Who is this "with us"? You, my friend, do not answer for all. It can be uncomfortable.
      2. cniza
        cniza 17 November 2015 07: 45 New
        +4
        Quote: Finches
        At the heart of Western civilization lies financial pragmatism, and at the heart of our, Slavic, strong spiritual beginning! Therefore, it is always like this with us - we lie 33 years on the stove until the ass generally comes and only then we begin to act - here the West is pinching us. Here the main thing is not to play with him, as in 1812 and 1941 ... laughing



        Unfortunately, history is periodically repeated at different stages of development. We are confidently going to the next lesson.
        1. Finches
          Finches 17 November 2015 08: 32 New
          +1
          May God grant us contemporaries, this cup has passed! Another time - other wars!
          Yes, and in our history there were also Crimean and Russian-Japanese companies, so that we couldn’t go too bravado ...!
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      4. Monster_Fat
        Monster_Fat 17 November 2015 08: 31 New
        +3
        Strange as it may seem, the "basis" of Western civilization at this stage of its development lies in the "presumption of innocence" of the individual and the priority of the law. In relation to terrorists, in simple terms, this can be expressed as follows: if you did not do anything against the law of the country of residence, you are not guilty and no one can prosecute you. This is what allows the radicals to leave the country and fight on the side of ISIS and other terrorist organizations and then return back home without any fear for their freedom. Formally, they did not violate anything from the laws of the country of residence and therefore are “clean” before the law. The police know that they fought on the side of the Islamic State, but cannot pursue them. Here is such a "presumption of innocence." It may be related to this in different ways, but it is precisely the “presumption” that is one of the pillars of Western society and is strictly observed.
        1. Finches
          Finches 17 November 2015 09: 27 New
          +6
          And then how do you explain Guantanamo and other special prisons of the CIA, where without trial there are thousands allegedly suspected of involvement in terrorism? Or a trial against Milosevic, the murder of Gaddafi and the destruction of Iraq according to a far-fetched version .... Something here does not fit very well with the pillar of Western society that you mention!
          1. Tatyana
            Tatyana 17 November 2015 10: 23 New
            +3
            Dear Zyablitsov (6)!
            You quite rightly noticed that the countries of Western civilization have DUAL STANDARDS, which are based on the ideology of capitalist liberalism.
            1. Finches
              Finches 17 November 2015 11: 30 New
              +1
              That's right! hi

              The pillar of Western civilization is "What is profitable at the moment, it is legal!"
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        2. Victor-M
          Victor-M 17 November 2015 11: 14 New
          0
          Quote: Monster_Fat
          Strange as it may seem, the "basis" of Western civilization at this stage of its development lies in the "presumption of innocence" of the individual and the priority of the law.

          Only now it would be necessary to clarify what kind of personality. For the Western "civilization" everyone is a terrorist who does not meet their bestial interests, an example is the population of Donbass, which they in unison declare as terrorists. Therefore, in vain are you talking about the "presumption of innocence" of the person and the priority of the law, these things are not compatible with the West, unless of course it concerns them.
    3. Karabanov
      Karabanov 17 November 2015 07: 46 New
      +2
      Quote: Riv
      Yes West. Take an example from Russia. Be vigilant and say goodbye to all debts.

      Corrected you a little karma.
      This is the very fly in the ointment about which they do not like to talk ...
      But actually this is not about that, the issue of combating international terrorism, but here I completely agree with the thesis - West, take an example from Russia!
      1. Angro Magno
        Angro Magno 17 November 2015 08: 25 New
        +2
        I agree. The best way to defeat a dragon is to set your own dragon on it.
        We have it Kadyrov, there was Hussein in Iraq, Assad in Syria.
        But the general people decided to begin the extermination of dragons from their own. Now the enemy dragons have gained strength and strengthened. We'll have to give West their virgins to them.
        1. tracer
          tracer 18 November 2015 00: 35 New
          +1
          We'll have to give West their virgins to them. Let them give their bearded virgins to them. Bearded-bearded virgins is logical. I thought what was the catch ..that is what. A beard whose guests were waiting ..
    4. 79807420129
      79807420129 17 November 2015 08: 28 New
      11
      Quote: Riv
      Yes West. Take an example from Russia. Be vigilant and say goodbye to all debts.

      Brothers read the GDP speech at the briefing in full and you’ll understand everything, no one wrote it off to anyone, yesterday I also almost broke the monitor from anger, but I read and looked and realized that yesterday’s article on VO was written by an explicit provocateur who pulled out the most important part and pressed on a sore spot, the result was a provocateur, a bold piece of gov.na was thrown at all of us, so calm the brothers.
      1. Angro Magno
        Angro Magno 17 November 2015 09: 14 New
        +1
        It is not that simple. Whoever would be wise, theoretical and controversial benefits in the long run. And today in the negative we have the following:
        - Ukraine avoided default
        - Yaytsenyuh strengthened his reputation by defeating the Great and Terrible.
        - banderlog perked up and can rush to the Donbass
        - ours in the Donbass are demoralized

        It’s cheaper for us to lose this money than to pay with the blood of compatriots.
        We live in information nuts. Image losses are easily converted into human losses. And the cheerful witnesses of the KhPP give rise to baseless hopes, the inevitable collapse of which corrupts society.
        1. Oman 47
          Oman 47 17 November 2015 10: 23 New
          +3
          Angro Magno,
          It is not that simple! belay

          The GDP clearly said: you give YOUR guarantees - there will be Khlam installments.
          Finally, for 3 lard it has not yet been decided. We are waiting, sir, whether the West will answer for the bazaar ...
          1. Angro Magno
            Angro Magno 17 November 2015 12: 24 New
            +1
            You did not understand. I’m interested not so much in the fate of money, as in the perked morale of Ukrainian punishers and the growing rating of Parasha’s preacher and Yatsenyukh. Under this alternate frenzy, fighting can continue.
            1. Oman 47
              Oman 47 17 November 2015 12: 47 New
              0
              Angro Magno,

              - banderlog perked up and can rush to the Donbass
              - ours in the Donbass are demoralized


              On the basis of what do you draw such conclusions? With tugriks, the issue is not resolved. GDP drove the West into a trap by linking Khlam installments to Western guarantees.

              PS I personally do not understand such a moment in this topic. It is known that for 2016, the Khols significantly increased the budget of their Moscow Region. Those. - they have Tugriks for war - there are, for debt repayment - no.
              1. Angro Magno
                Angro Magno 17 November 2015 12: 58 New
                0
                Those who will soon begin to be killed, Putin's traps will not help the West. The West is far away, and the reviving right-wingers are nearby.
    5. Alagez
      Alagez 17 November 2015 08: 33 New
      0
      Yesterday, China probably came to UMPO for technologies on engines for aircraft :-(
    6. Slavapom
      Slavapom 17 November 2015 11: 03 New
      +2
      In order not to take examples from anyone in the fight against terrorism, it is necessary for Western countries to reconsider their foreign policy. Namely:
      - do not meddle with your so-called ideas of democracy, to foreign countries, Iran, Libya, Syria and others.
      - do not produce entities (good action movies, bad action movies)
      - stop financing the so-called "opposition movements"
      Actually, this list can be continued for quite some time.
      That's just the West, such decisions will be "similar to death"
  2. Same lech
    Same lech 17 November 2015 05: 45 New
    +5
    the war in Syria is dangerous for the whole world.


    It’s true ... at this point in the world the conflicting interests of many states have converged and this is not accidental and has some kind of logical process, the essence of which I still can’t understand.
  3. Vladimir71
    Vladimir71 17 November 2015 05: 52 New
    +9
    It's like in that old joke. Bad terrorists (Islamists) must lie in bad coffins and good ones i.e. moderate should lie in good coffins
  4. Mikhail m
    Mikhail m 17 November 2015 05: 55 New
    +2
    Surgery triumphed in the fight against therapy. It even reached the West when they began to kill not somewhere else, but here, in the center of Europe.
    1. Tatar 174
      Tatar 174 17 November 2015 06: 06 New
      +3
      It may have come to the West, but hardly in the states.
  5. parusnik
    parusnik 17 November 2015 06: 19 New
    +5
    ..After the perestroika, and the EBN, Russia's positions in North Africa and the Middle East were lost .. When GDP began to normalize them .. And strangeness .. as they say, as soon as the process began ... how did Russia's influence increase ... The "Arab spring" began ... The heads of these countries suddenly became bloody tyrants ..
  6. Uncle lee
    Uncle lee 17 November 2015 06: 22 New
    +6
    hundreds of Mohammed and what was the difference between the “native Parisian” with a broken sotik from the IGovtsev? Only by the fact that he almost became a victim of his brothers!
  7. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 17 November 2015 06: 32 New
    +2
    It turns out that in order for the West to finally understand the reality of what is happening and stop flirting with the terrorists, and begin to fight them, it was necessary to blow up this Europe. How is everything they are running. If this time too they do not heed the reasonable proposals of Russia, then they will finally put an end to themselves.
  8. Stinger
    Stinger 17 November 2015 06: 48 New
    +4
    In my opinion, the point is not even in Russia's successes in the field of the fight against terrorism, which are certainly present, but in the fact that Russia never weaves lace in solving complex problems, directly, in a Bolshevik way, offers concrete and realistic solutions. It’s not so easy to convict her of cunning even to the scorched and frostbitten democrats. Unlike the west, which operates on the principle: smile more often, people like it. (I apologize for the word that is unacceptable among intelligent people. But I am a supporter of Dostoevsky, who was not shy about him and even, they say, wrote a book about him)
  9. Alexander 3
    Alexander 3 17 November 2015 06: 54 New
    +3
    Who and who mattresses and Anglo-Saxons know the effectiveness of Russia in the fight against jihadists. Since they themselves directed and financed all kinds of Wahhabists in the Caucasus. And the fight against them is ongoing.
  10. SeregaBoss
    SeregaBoss 17 November 2015 07: 13 New
    +5
    Europe is in agony, fear has paralyzed, spineless leaders do not know where to start the fight against plague of the 22 century. Borders are closed, benefits are cut off, waving their fists and looking at the cameras like that. The airplanes of the frogmen made the first brutal raid and dropped their tail tails as much as 20 !!! bombs, probably no longer, or not to scare the moderate? In every European town there are whole areas under the control of the police, this is where the berries ripen!
  11. Hagreebarg
    Hagreebarg 17 November 2015 08: 21 New
    +1
    Yes, in Europe, until they began to kill people and the terrorist attacks did not start a wave, they didn’t stir. Here there were terrorist attacks and immediately voiced security measures. And Russia was remembered how it effectively fights against militants in the North Caucasus. But America will remain the ocean is safe. But it undermines security in Europe, supporting terrorists in the Middle East. As always.
  12. Hagreebarg
    Hagreebarg 17 November 2015 08: 22 New
    0
    Yes, in Europe, until they began to kill people and the terrorist attacks did not start a wave, they didn’t stir. Here there were terrorist attacks and immediately voiced security measures. And Russia was remembered how it effectively fights against militants in the North Caucasus. But America will remain the ocean is safe. But it undermines security in Europe, supporting terrorists in the Middle East. As always.
  13. region46
    region46 17 November 2015 09: 00 New
    -1
    Well, by analogy with Chechnya, let some Mohamed now lead France. and put things in order there
  14. Belousov
    Belousov 17 November 2015 09: 04 New
    +1
    Yes, nothing will change. Do you seriously think that the states will give the green light to their lackeys for cooperation with Russia? Do not tell my slippers! They will again go their own way, more precisely directed by staff members, with the corresponding accumulation of new painful cones. But to turn to Russia for help, and even more so to take it to action, is simply an unacceptable reputation loss for Fashington.
  15. Roman13
    Roman13 17 November 2015 09: 04 New
    +1
    It is time for Europe to recall the methods of Anders Breivik.
  16. Dynamic systems
    Dynamic systems 17 November 2015 09: 06 New
    +2
    Why worry so much about Geyropu?
    What are they? Are they worried about us? NO.
    Well-fed, liberated by the junk food liberals and Tolerast pederasts ... Let them get their minds.
    1. flay
      flay 17 November 2015 19: 00 New
      0
      Quote: Dynamic Systems
      Why worry so much about Geyropu?
      What are they? Are they worried about us? NO.
      Well-fed, liberated by the junk food liberals and Tolerast pederasts ... Let them get their minds.


      Of course, right !!! True, there is a BIG BUT ..... look at the youth from 404.
      And just “25 years have passed since the divorce” and how many people have a cryo-mirrored worldview. History repeats itself. The EU will speak Arabic ... and the states and naglitsy will sit out. Which country is huge and rich, with a relatively small area with a small population among which a large% of Muslims are nearby?
      There are not even 3 attempts to guess.
      Further, as in the m \ movie "Mowgli": << And we will go north, and we will go to .. >>
      Do not forget about the growing struggle for fossil resources. In addition, China and Southeast Asia. In this situation, God forbid, geopolitical cartoons can be oh how to "grind."
      Yours faithfully, hi
  17. atakan
    atakan 17 November 2015 09: 13 New
    0
    If it used to be like this
    - presumably due to negligence, the EU fleet, NATO did not provide assistance to drowning refugees from Syria, Libya, and the African continent.

    Now it will be different
    - the corpses of the refugees washed ashore, probably from a ship sunk by an unknown yesterday.
  18. Volzhanin
    Volzhanin 17 November 2015 09: 20 New
    -2
    Judging by the way our leader & comrades lick the west and America, all accessible parts of the body, I conclude that we are still terribly weak.
    What a pity ... We have to work!
  19. kit-kat
    kit-kat 17 November 2015 09: 47 New
    0
    According to the author, it may seem that a certain bandit of Kadyrov really ended the war, but this is not true. Henceforth, please be correct in the presentation of the material. Kadyrov’s bandits were used in a slightly different way.
  20. soroKING
    soroKING 17 November 2015 09: 54 New
    0
    Quote: region46
    Well, by analogy with Chechnya, let some Mohamed now lead France. and put things in order there

    I agree with you ... since your Pierre has become a big deal ... hi
  21. Kelevro
    Kelevro 17 November 2015 10: 09 New
    +1
    Syrian fighters are now all over the world. This is a headache for the whole world, and they need to be fought. And that means that those who taught them, now let them first find and then heal. And it’s not fast. Search will take a lot of strength and energy.
    Nobody, I think, forgave debt to Ukraine. Money should work, and money does not always make money only ... they can come in handy for solving other issues. And here we must pay tribute to the thoughtfulness of this tranche.
    The policy of the leadership of our state today, if not at the highest level, then somewhere very bizko. IMHO.
  22. v.yegorov
    v.yegorov 17 November 2015 10: 55 New
    0
    The brutal and bloody terrorist attacks in Paris launched by Islamist militants on Friday last week made journalists, analysts and the Western establishment think about the effectiveness of Russian methods of combating terrorism.

    It’s not enough to think. It's time to act. But it is clear that this is how a person works:
    until you feel in your own skin - it does not scratch, they say it will bypass me
    by the side.
  23. Denis Skiff
    Denis Skiff 17 November 2015 11: 16 New
    +1
    Did everyone hear what Putin said today?
    They will answer for the dead. The fifth corner of the teraryuga has already begun to search
  24. atamankko
    atamankko 17 November 2015 12: 39 New
    0
    Evil will be punished, and let everyone remember it,
    it doesn't matter, president or terrorist.
    1. Kelevro
      Kelevro 17 November 2015 13: 15 New
      0
      Short and thin! angry
  25. Patriot 771
    Patriot 771 17 November 2015 14: 23 New
    0
    Death has nothing to do with life, except that one replaces the other. Therefore, those who carry death do not have the right to life. No matter how much time passes to find them, we will find. Kara for atrocities is inevitable.
  26. Support
    Support 17 November 2015 16: 51 New
    0
    If it is correct, then how many countries (supporting terrorists) must be wiped off the face of the Earth so that the rest of the sheep understand - terrorism is a universal evil and it must be eliminated without a trace, without regret, without pity ......
  27. Balagan
    Balagan 17 November 2015 19: 02 New
    0
    Well, does the proud West take an example from Russia. They will not be pressed yet, they will not understand that Russia has useful experience.
  28. LCA
    LCA 17 November 2015 22: 27 New
    +1
    As current world events show, as well as the history of mankind as a whole, the topic of national and inter-confessional relations is extremely relevant, and its relevance is only growing.

    The reason for this is that the process of interaction and interpenetration of cultures into each other, and the construction of a common culture that unites all of humanity (globalization) not only continues to go, but also accelerates.

    And the rulers of Western civilization would like to force things to complete globalization in their own way, while the Western version of globalization still dominates the world, and the rest just raise their heads. Therefore, the actions of the West are becoming more convulsive and reckless.

    At the same time, speculating on the ignorance of the majority of people on these issues, various political forces play on existing ones or artificially create new “frictions” in national and interfaith relations, fomenting interethnic and interfaith discord, and thus realizing the principle of “divide into power” for the sake of self-serving interests.

    What can be opposed to this? Globally, only one:

    The only win-win path for Russia is the implementation of the Russian version of globalization - globalization is not “for Russians”, but globalization for all, proposed by Russian people who want the whole world to live honestly, freely, in good conscience.

    From the perspective of this model, it is desirable that the standard of living for a multinational society and humanity as a whole be as follows:

    • it is necessary to achieve such a quality of culture that most children reach the human structure of their psyche by youth: a child in the process of growing up must go through all stages of the development of the psyche:
    when he is very small - he is indistinguishable from an animal, when he begins to copy adults - he acts automatically, not moral evaluating the behavioral programs coming into his psyche from others, when his intellect begins to actively evaluate others and situations - he is like a “little devil” - although not everyone, and when he comes to the realization of the limitlessness of life, which cannot be controlled by his own mind, and he listens to the quiet voice of conscience within himself, keeping himself from doing evil in this dialogue, he enters into the normal functioning of the psyche of the form “Intelligent Man ".

    • people should be characterized by national self-awareness, as a conscious sensation by a person of the peculiarities and originality of his culture, its differences from the cultures of other nations. At the same time, the person is aware of the uniqueness and significance of the cultures of other peoples for the history of the development of mankind, common to all peoples. This is the most correct variant of the relation of the individual to other nationalities;

    • nationalism, racism, Nazism, internationalism and internationalism (both as a shell of internacism and as a “rootless cosmopolitanism”, to which - due to the loss of a sense of cultural and historical community with their people - are committed to “universal people”) should be reproached both in society and in public policy;

    • the policy of a multinational state should be aimed at ensuring that the tendencies towards nationalism, racism, Nazism, internationalism and internationalism in all its destructive manifestations, if they arise due to some single reasons, do not develop, but stall;

    • along with this, a multinational society cannot exist without any one (or several of the most common languages) being a means of interethnic communication and the basis of a cultural community of different nationalities, which allows to develop each of the national cultures and a culture that unites everyone regardless from the national origin of each.

    This is a necessary but not sufficient condition.