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Return of the "winders". In Russia, teenage crime is gaining momentum

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The socio-economic problems that Russian society has once again encountered in recent years have had a negative impact on the crime rate. Inflation, unemployment, lack of life prospects in small towns and villages — all of these factors since the 1990-s have influenced the crime rate in post-Soviet Russia. Modern Russian crime is not only growing, but also getting younger. A new surge in youth and juvenile delinquency is a worrying factor. It testifies to deep crisis tendencies in the life of Russian society. In 2015, child and adolescent crime in Russia grew by 5%. This rather impressive growth indicator in the Ministry of the Interior of the Russian Federation is associated with the effects of the economic crisis. During one of his speeches, the Minister of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation Vladimir Kolokoltsev stressed that the difficult economic situation and the lack of proper attention and control are negative factors that directly affect the level of juvenile crime in the country.


Periods of economic crises have always negatively affected the general state of crime. A typical example of the mass criminalization of Russian society was the post-reform period of the 1990-ies. history countries as "dashing nineties." It was at this time that film director and politician Stanislav Govorukhin called the “Great Criminal Revolution.” In 1990, Russian society faced an unprecedented upsurge in crime, which was attributed to several factors at once: 1) the economic crisis, which resulted in a sharp impoverishment of the population; 2) social collapse, consisting in the growth of the number of unemployed, the spread of alcoholism and drug addiction and other negative trends; 3) the destruction of the Soviet ideological system, including in the field of education and upbringing of the younger generations; 4) the influence of Western mass culture at its worst, with the cult of money, power, sex, power, etc. However, in reality, the growth problems of youth and juvenile delinquency were much deeper. Post-Soviet youth and teenage crime began in the Soviet period of national history, and the formation of the first largest and most rigid groups took place when there were still party and Komsomol structures, moreover, they were in the prime of possibilities and influence. It is in 1970-e - 1980-e. The formation of “district” youth groups began, some of which at the turn of the 1980's - 1990's. transformed into real organized criminal groups.

Return of the "winders". In Russia, teenage crime is gaining momentum


Transbaikalia - the most criminal region of Russia

In fact, the process of criminalization of Soviet youth began even earlier - in the post-war period, and was associated both with a high proportion of street children and children growing up without fathers (the phenomenon of “fatherlessness” of the post-war generation) and with the past after the war and in the middle of 1950 yo amnesty, as a result of which yesterday's prisoners were released from prisons and camps. Many of them settled in the same places where they were serving a sentence. So formed areas of increased residence of the criminogenic contingent. One of them is Transbaikalia. In the Human Rights Council under the President of the Russian Federation, they recently attended to the situation in a number of regions of Eastern Siberia. Mikhail Fedotov, head of the Human Rights Council, even stated that the problem of the criminalization of Trans-Baikal youth will be the main one for the Council in the coming 2016 year.

The philistine opinion paints the most criminal regions of Russia the North Caucasus, the “Rostov-Papa”, Moscow, “gangster Petersburg”. But law enforcement officials analyzing the general state of crime in the Russian Federation are well aware that the most criminogenic regions of the country are located just in Eastern Siberia - the Irkutsk Region, the Trans-Baikal Territory (formed in 2008 as a result of the unification of the Chita Region and the Agin Buryat Autonomous Okrug) , Tyva, Buryatia, Altai Territory. There is a very high level of crime, including teenage, and many crimes are striking in their cruelty and senselessness. It affects not only the economic situation of these regions, but also the rich traditions of interaction with the criminal world. After all, it was precisely in Transbaikalia and Eastern Siberia that they had exiled and sent to penal servitude not only political opponents of the regime, but also ordinary criminal criminals since tsarist times.

Evgeny Sinelnikov, Head of the Department for Supervision of the Implementation of Laws on Minors and Youth of the Territory Prosecutor's Office, 23 in October 2015 reported that Transbaikalian adolescents on average commit more crimes than their peers in Moscow in 1,5. And this is despite the fact that only 1 082 633 people live in Zabaykalsky Krai, which is approximately 10-12 times less than in Moscow. According to the Rosstat report on the socio-economic situation in the country, published in 2016, following the results of the past 2015, the Trans-Baikal Territory became the most criminal region of Russia - 3 069 crimes are committed against 100 thousand people. Trans-Baikal Territory is inferior to Buryatia and the Republic of Komi, but a high crime rate is also observed in the Krasnoyarsk Territory, Kemerovo, Irkutsk and Novosibirsk regions, Tuva, and Khakassia. By the way, Tyva, Khakassia and the Altai Republic are among the most drinking regions of the Russian Federation. The level of alcohol abuse also clearly affects the scale of crime, including crimes committed by young people and adolescents. It should be noted that Transbaikalia itself is not uniform in terms of the level of juvenile delinquency. Thus, the highest proportion of juvenile crime is in Baleysky (20,2%), Petrovsk-Zabaykalsky (14,4%), Shilkinsky (14,1%), Borzinsky (12,1%), Khiloksky (11,6%), Krasnokamensky (11,1%) districts of Transbaikalian Territory. According to the police, the main reasons for the high level of crime in the Trans-Baikal Territory are the socio-economic situation, the increase in alcohol consumption, the unfavorable situation in the families of adolescents, the low level of effectiveness of preventive work in educational institutions. Extremely high crime in Tuva. As a rule, a significant part of violent crimes are committed on the basis of alcohol intoxication, but since the region is one of the most drunk in Russia, the number of dangerous crimes is off the scale. Locals call youth gangs "surgeons" - for the fact that they are ready to use knives, selecting a cell phone or a small amount of money. The capital of Tyva, Kyzyl, if we proceed from the number of thousands of people killed on 100, occupies one of the first places in the Russian Federation and can safely be considered one of the most criminal cities in the country.

Speaking about the unprecedented scale of juvenile crime in Transbaikalia, the Human Rights Council forced a very significant event that occurred on the night of February 2 2016 in the small town of Khilok, the administrative center of the Khilok district of the Trans-Baikal Territory. Here, a group of five students from the local correctional boarding school who were intoxicated, attacked the local police station. The police chose not to shoot at minors, but barricaded themselves in the department. The teenagers smashed surveillance cameras, made fun of a police car, and then disappeared - and that after the policeman still fired several times into the air from the personnel weapons. Soon 15 boarding school students were taken to the police, among whom all five attackers were identified. The investigative committee opened a criminal case under the article of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation “Hooliganism”. This incident quite clearly shows the level of recklessness and arrogance of semi-criminal youth in the Trans-Baikal Territory. However, sometimes, in despair of getting support from law enforcement, local residents begin to deal with young criminals on their own. So, 29 in January 2016 in the village of Novopavlovka Petrovsk-Zabaykalsky district, which borders Khiloksky district, the fathers of several students who became the objects of extortion by members of the local teenage group, took out the beginners “vagrants” for the village and beat them well. This incident was reported by local media. According to information received from local secondary school teachers, these teenagers participated in the activities of the criminal group and repeatedly committed offenses.



It is orphanages, correctional schools, boarding schools that become the real “incubators” of juvenile delinquency. What can I say, the contingent there is learning is not easy - children from dysfunctional families, whose parents abused alcohol and drugs. Often, these children are familiar with the customs of the criminal environment literally from the cradle, on top of that, they have mental abnormalities caused, among other things, by the consequences of the lifestyle of the parents. After graduating from 9 high school, they are transferred from orphanages to continue their education in vocational schools, but there many yesterday's orphans of the home completely lose the scope of what is permitted — they do not attend classes, they bullied, they terrorize their fellow students. The mass media also report about the revival of the system of youth groups in the Zabaykalsky Krai with their own “community”, focused on loyalty to the “thieving concepts” and uniting adolescents and young people who have decided to take the path of criminal activity. Apparently, it was yesterday's orphanages that became the main core of teenage groups formed in the Trans-Baikal Territory. Trans-Baikal media have repeatedly reported that in local educational institutions there are extortions "on obshchak", which impose all students, regardless of age. Even first-graders are forced to donate money for the needs of the group. Those who disagree with payment were subjected to harassment and beatings by the participants of the group. According to local media, the members of the group received funds in schools and then sent them to the zones in the form of transfers - tea, cigarettes, sugar, communications, alcohol, drugs that were illegally rushed to the colonies, were also bought with money from Trans-Baikal schoolchildren. Collecting obshchak is confirmation of the existing close relationship between adolescent groups and the adult criminal world.

Another example of confirming the orientation to the adult criminal world is the distribution of the hierarchy adopted in correctional institutions to children and adolescents. It is known that in the children's homes of the region there is a gradation resembling a hierarchy of places of deprivation of liberty. There are also authorities, boys, the majority of students, “six” and “lowered”. The latter category becomes a victim of bullying, no one wants to communicate with her, and the teachers are often unable to protect the pupils from bullying by more aggressive peers. Note that we are often talking about very young children - so, in the media, the disgusting case of “lowering” a four-year-old boy was cited. The first about this case was written by journalists of the Chita newspaper "Vechorka". It turned out that for a long time local responsible structures were inactive and did not take real steps towards protecting the little boy from criminal encroachments. However, adults are at risk. So, in February, 2013, a group of students from one of the vocational schools of Chita who were in a state of alcohol and drug intoxication, organized a riot and riots in the dormitory of the school. Drunk teenagers locked one of the teachers in the room, actually taking her hostage, after which the police had to storm the hostel and free the woman. Trans-Baikal journalists report the existence of a whole youth-teen semi-criminal network in the region, calling itself “AUE” and focusing on the ideology of the criminal world. In fact, it is not even a single group, but a conglomeration of groups and individuals who adhere to the ideological and behavioral attitudes of the criminal environment.

Since 2012, an increase in crime has been observed in the Irkutsk Region, adjacent to Transbaikalia. Here, the number of crimes committed by minors increased by 24%. At the same time, official statistics do not take into account the number of crimes committed by children under the age of 14 years, since they cannot yet be considered, in accordance with Russian law, as subjects of a crime. An alarming factor is the increase in the number of recurrent crimes, which may be associated with the approval of ideas about impunity among adolescents and young people, as well as the deliberate desire of some of them to commit crimes and make a career in the criminal world - for lack of a different socially positive alternative.

These groupings resemble those that existed in 1980's. in many cities and towns of the Soviet Union. However, experts say that the real situation in the sphere of interests of youth and adolescents in the Trans-Baikal Territory has practically not changed since that time. “Street teenagers” both focused on a certain pattern of behavior and quite specific values, and continue to follow criminogenic attitudes. Moreover, in the modern information society, the criminal orientation of a certain part of adolescents is reflected even in the virtual space. Social networks create pages, groups and communities that promote a criminal lifestyle, world view and values ​​of the criminal environment. The overwhelming majority of the subscribers of these pages are young people and teenagers, often practically children. It seems that in a number of regions of Russia, the dangerous phenomenon of "winders" is reviving - youth-teenage groups that have received special distribution in the USSR on the eve of its collapse.

Kazan octopus

Period 1980-x. became the heyday of youth and adolescent groups in the Soviet Union. Kazan, Tambov, Kurgan, Lyubertsy ... These cities later gave the name to powerful criminal groups that grew out of just youth and adolescent communities organized according to the principle of living next door. It was in the ranks of youth groups that many of the most prominent authorities of the underworld began their criminal careers, whose names subsequently entered into the domestic criminal history in connection with the numerous redistribution of spheres of influence and disassembly of the “wild nineties”. It was youth groups that acted as a “forge of personnel” for adult organized crime, supplying militants and killers to organized crime groups. In youth groups, ideals of comradeship, fraternity, mutual aid, and support were cultivated in the spirit of the criminal environment. It was precisely the goals of the brotherhood that motivated the charges for the needs of the obshchak, which meant paying lawyers, transfers to the prison, meetings from prison and a colony, treatment in hospitals, funerals, assistance to the families of those convicted or dead, etc.



Recall that one of the first youth gangs in the Soviet Union that gained fame across the country and was considered as an example of the groups that existed during the Soviet era was the famous “Tyap-Lyap”. She appeared in the middle of 1970's. in Kazan, and its core was composed of young people and adolescents who lived in the area of ​​the Kazan plant "Teplokontrol". It was the activity of “Tyap-Lyap”, and later of a number of other similar groups, that allowed criminologists and sociologists to speak about the “Kazan phenomenon”. In the heyday, “Tyap-Lyap” could expose up to 300-500 people, including those armed with cold and even firearms. Meanwhile, only three people stood at the origins of this group. Zavdat Khantimirov, nicknamed "Javda", was born in 1956, was engaged in boxing, had pronounced leadership qualities. His peer Sergei Skryabin, nicknamed "Skryaba", was considered an intellectual and ideologue in the group, and in 1977 he even graduated from Kazan Pedagogical Institute. Finally, the third organizer - Sergey Antipov, nicknamed "Antip", was seven years older than Scriabin and Khantimirov - he was born in 1949, and by the time Tyap-Lyap was created, he had criminal convictions for hooliganism and robbery. The formation of the group initially took place in an underground "rocking chair", and thanks to a fairly rigid internal discipline, "Tyap-Lyap" quickly turned into the most powerful grouping of Kazan. From street fights with rival youth gangs, “Tyap-Lyap” has moved to commit burglary and extortion of money from tsehovikov and merchants. After the riots in Kazan, organized by the gang members, the authorities seriously took the gang. 14 April 1980, the court sentenced the leader of “Tyap-Lyap” Zavdat Khantimirov to death by firing squad. Also, active members of the Tazetdinov, Maslevtsev and Kayumov groups were sentenced to death. Later, the Supreme Court of the USSR replaced the death sentence of Maslentsev and Kayumov with 15 years of imprisonment, and Tazetdinov and Khantimirov were shot in 1982. Antipov and Scriabin received 15 years of imprisonment, were released in 1990-ies. and joined the other Kazan groups. The “dashing nineties” founders of “Tyap-Lyap” could not be survived - both Scriabin and Antipov were killed back in 1996.



The baton from "Tyap-Lyap" was intercepted by the group "Hadi Taktash". It appeared in the same Kazan in 1982 - it was by that time that a youth company had formed in the area of ​​Hadi Taktash and Zhdanov streets, which was quite aggressive in its essence and focused on confrontation in fights with other rival groups. Unlike Tyap-Lyap, which flourished and was defeated by the years of relatively strong Soviet power, Khadi Taktash was more fortunate. The transition to a market economy and the collapse of the Soviet Union opened up wider opportunities for criminal gangs throughout the country - not only in extortion and robbery, but also in infiltration into legal business. The members of the gang "Hadi Taktash", by this time divided into two groups - the "old" and "young." The “old men” advocated loyalty to the old concepts and sought to act as a criminal grouping, while the “young ones” were more focused on economic activities, and subsequently on penetration into the authorities. The struggle between the "old" and "young" resulted in a series of bloody crimes. The leader of the “old men” Rauf Sharafutdinov and the leader of the “young ones” Anvar Khaliullin died in the fighting. After that, the grouping was headed by Nikolay Gusev and Radik Galiakberov. Gradually, Hadi Taktash took control of all the prostitution and drugs of Kazan, as well as the ritual services and more than 40 firms, restaurants, banks and enterprises. Thus, an organized criminal group was formed from the youth hooligan company, which spread its activity far beyond Kazan, including to the city of St. Petersburg. The heyday of the group came in the middle - the second half of the 1990's, and in 1999 its leaders were arrested. The unprecedented trial of Hadi Taktash took place in 2002. Following the results of the trial, Radik Galiakberov and his right hand Rinat Fakhrutdinov received the highest penalty - life imprisonment. Another 11 people received sentences ranging from 6 to 24 years of imprisonment each.

Finally, the third Kazan group, which gained fame throughout Russia, was the organized-crime group “Zhilka”. It got its name from the Kazan residential district Residential area, where most of the organizers of the group lived. Leader created back in the late 1970's. The group became Khaidar Zakirov, nicknamed "Hyder". Like "Tyap-Lyap" and "Hadi Taktash", "Zhilka" was distinguished by its tough inner discipline. Expanding its ranks and spheres of influence, "Zhilka" gradually integrated into its membership about twenty "brigades", previously acting independently. In 1990-s. “Zhilki” authorities began to take control of large industrial enterprises of Tatarstan, gradually the group gained weight, turning into an impressive economic and even political force in the republic. The Kazan Helicopter Plant was in the sphere of economic interests of Zhilki. In addition, the group showed a certain interest in such a giant of the Russian industry as AvtoVAZ. Back at the beginning of the 1990's. the leader of Zhilki Zakirov and a number of his henchmen moved to St. Petersburg, where they quite successfully declared themselves on the local criminal scene, pressing even the famous “Tambovtsy” - the Tambov organized criminal group. Already in 1994, Kazan controlled all firms and institutions located on Nevsky Prospect. Nevertheless, internal divisions became a serious blow to the grouping, which led to its split and internecine struggle, in which the founder of Zhilki, Haidar Zakirov, was killed in 1996. Due to internal squabbles, the group began to lose its former power. In 2001, trying to assert their positions in Kazan again, the “Zelkovtsy” staged car blasts in one of the city car dealerships. Soon after the demarche, the group members were arrested. In September, 2004 held a trial, in accordance with the decision of which the new leader of the group, Yuri Marukhin, was sentenced to life imprisonment, his closest assistant, Ilsur Garipov, to 25 years in prison. The rest received from 17 to 22 years of punishment. It should be noted that many killers who worked for the group, died before the trial.

Svetlana Stevenson, who devoted a detailed article to the “Kazan phenomenon”, believes that the main distinctive feature of Kazan groupings is a rigid organization model with leadership, hierarchy, and internal discipline. From the members of the groupings they demanded not only participation in collective fights, but also payments in the “common”, following concepts, and participation in group meetings. It was Kazan youth groups that were among the first on the territory of the Soviet Union who began to collect tribute from street vendors, tsehovikov, fartsovschikov. At the same time, they did not forget the traditional criminal crimes - robberies, robberies, burglaries.

To a certain extent, the emergence of groups like Kazan, was the response of Soviet youth to the ideological and moral vacuum that had already formed in the 1970 years. Official ideology and propaganda took on more and more mossy features that repelled a significant part of the youth. It is likely that in a different situation, many group leaders would be able to put their creative energy in a constructive direction, make a career in the political, military or industrial field, but this did not happen. But if in Soviet times there were still channels of vertical mobility for guys from a simple working environment - through Komsomol organizations, service in the army, participation in a party organization, then at present the way “from the bottom up” in Russian society is seriously hampered. It is problematic for children from simple families living in the central part of the country, in large cities, what can be said about people from the marginal environment of the same Siberia or the Urals. Modern teenagers are the children of those whose youth and youth fell on the “dashing nineties”. Many of the parents of modern adolescents associated with the criminal environment, themselves have gone through participation in youth groups, have criminal records. That is, it is a kind of family lifestyle, the system of transferring value-behavioral attitudes in this case is running smoothly. On the one hand, we see the disadvantaged, often drinking and criminalized inner circle of adolescents - parents, older brothers and sisters, uncles and aunts, neighbors. On the other hand, the official education system, which in the twenty-five post-Soviet years of the Russian statehood has not been able to acquire the key paradigm of its development, find its own way and build an educational strategy in accordance with it. Youth organizations in modern Russia, especially in a remote province, exist only on paper. As a rule, in a small settlement, official youth organizations are represented by one or several novice officials who have no real influence in the youth and teenage environment and, moreover, are extremely far from it. Adolescents perceive representatives of such youth organizations as another type of educators or even law enforcement officers. Accordingly, the attitude towards them is largely negative. The fact that today we have a rather complicated situation with youth and juvenile delinquency is a direct consequence of the education system of the younger generations destroyed in 1990.

"Generation tin" and its problems

Russian social psychologist Mark Sandomirsky even introduced a special term for modern youth - “tin generation”. Under it, it unites those born after the collapse of the Soviet Union. In the second half of the 2000's. In the Russian Federation, an increase in the number of cruel and aggressive offenses committed by minors began. This is how the “generation of tin” declared itself - young people born during the collapse of the Soviet statehood. The reason for the antisocial behavior of post-Soviet youth Mark Sandomirsky sees in the lack of emotional support experienced by a child at an early age. From the very tender age, the generation whose birth and early childhood years fell on the period of the collapse of the Soviet statehood lacked empathy and sympathy. Mothers of children were in a situation of constant social stress, often concerned about finding livelihoods, which inevitably affected the psychology of a significant part of the older generation. Children have not learned to sympathize, empathize, hence the emotional callousness, the inability to put oneself in the place of another. Therefore, this “other” is so easy and turns into a sacrifice - if a young man cannot put himself in the place of another person, then he can allow aggressive actions towards the latter, up to extreme cruelty, which even seasoned investigators and experts cannot explain. Now the representatives of the first “tin generation” are already in the age group of the older youth - they are in the 25 years. But it was they who transmitted their behavioral patterns to younger age groups — contemporary teens and young people of 15-20 years, who demonstrate almost a greater level of sociopathy than their older comrades. Another serious problem is the total infantilization of the younger generation. Modern adolescents are deprived of ideas about how to behave in society, do not have proper ideas about social roles. As a result, 15-16-year-old boys and girls behave like five-year-old children, unable to realize the consequences of their actions, to calculate their steps. The case of an attack on a police station in the Trans-Baikal town is a typical example of a complete lack of miscalculation of possible consequences. The teenagers did not realize that hooligan actions against the police are not smashing windows in a school or children's home toilet, but a much more serious offense, for which criminal punishment is provided.

The infantilization of the younger generation of Russians was the direct result of the worsening family crisis. Today, Russia leads in the number of divorces, the majority of children, which resulted in staying with their mothers. Sociologist P.A. Yanchenko cites figures according to which, from 30 to 85,% of Russian adolescents who demonstrate illegal behavior grew up in single-parent families or in families with a recently appeared stepfather / stepmother. Thus, the level of family stability has the most direct impact on the future behavior of a teenager. Very often, children from single-parent families or even from families with a stepfather or stepmother, turn out to be unnecessary for their own parents. As a result - getting into the yard company, including pro-criminal orientation. Considering that mothers are forced to work in order to feed their offspring, children are given up for education to their grandmothers, who show excessive gentleness and bring them up in an atmosphere of permissiveness. On the other hand, permissiveness towards children is cultivated almost at the program level by the modern Russian education system. In Russian schools, there are practically no sanctions against poor students and those who simply do not want to receive knowledge themselves and interfere with others. A teacher who patted the ear of a negligent or hooligan schoolboy risks getting serious problems with Russian legislation, and his parents and official bodies will take the side of the student. Naturally, this destroys discipline in schools, creates a sense of complete impunity and irresponsibility among schoolchildren. Meanwhile, being brought up in the absence of a real opportunity to feel the existence of sanctions for wrong actions, the teenager gets used to the fact that he can do anything. From such a feeling of permissiveness to the commission of real offenses is literally one step. Russian justice is also contributing. It is no secret that many criminals "because of their young age" receive conditional punishment, which also contributes to reinforcing a sense of impunity and potentially provoking young people and teenagers to commit new crimes. On the other hand, the maximum sentence for a minor, regardless of the severity of the acts committed by him, is limited to ten years in prison. This means that even after serving the term “from bell to bell,” a killer of several people can be released at a very young age of 25-28. This point should also be taken into account - almost all repeat offenders began their criminal career in youth, if not in adolescence.

Crime prevention depends on youth policy

Of course, Russia needs to update its youth policy, or rather, to create an effective and socially oriented youth policy from scratch aimed at solving real, not invented, problems of young people. Russian Interior Minister Vladimir Kolokoltsev once said that the country's police are making every effort to prevent teenage and youth crime. In particular, the country's chief law enforcement officer said that every territorial police agency should take patronage over a children's state institution. As of autumn 2015, the Russian police supported 1,5 in thousands of orphanages, boarding schools and social rehabilitation centers. Moreover, as noted by Kolokoltsev, the largest number of orphanages and boarding schools are patronized by the internal affairs bodies, in addition to the Moscow region, in the Irkutsk and Kemerovo regions. In fact, this is indeed the right choice of regions, given the level of criminogenic activity in the Transbaikalia and Kuzbass. However, some lessons of legal knowledge, meetings with veterans of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, excursions and exhibitions can hardly have a serious preventive effect on the adolescent environment. The most important guarantee of successful prevention of juvenile delinquency is, first of all, the social orientation of the policy of the Russian state.

Until a more or less clear-cut ideological paradigm of educating Russian young people is formulated, it is unlikely that real progress can be made in the area of ​​preventing juvenile crime. Using force to suppress juvenile delinquency, especially in the provinces, is almost impossible. In large cities, young people are afraid of a serious deterioration in the quality of life in the event of arrest and placement in a detention center or a correctional institution, and the police have all the capabilities to detain young offenders and criminals. In the provinces, especially on the periphery of the country, the situation is completely different. It is difficult to fight illegal behavior where a huge district department is located in a huge area, and local teenagers and young people are practically not afraid of anything, because they see nothing good in their daily life. Creating decent living conditions for the population, raising the level of economic development of the regions, creating a modern social infrastructure not only in the major centers of the European part of the Russian Federation, but also beyond the Urals, including in Siberia, Transbaikalia and the Far East is one of the most important conditions, the fulfillment of which for the state is necessary. Of course, if the state really seeks to resolve the situation in the field of youth and juvenile delinquency, threatening the national security of the country.
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  1. atk44849
    atk44849 12 February 2016 06: 43
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    need free mugs, sections, sports! dreams. All this was in our childhood. Do you want .- Chess. you want .- yacht club! and now it’s all for the big dibs and it’s not known who the leader is. For starters, you need to return to the NVP schools. and engage in patriotic education of adolescents.
    1. Sirocco
      Sirocco 12 February 2016 07: 14
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      Quote: atk44849
      need free mugs, sections, sports! dreams. all this was in our childhood.

      The amazing thing is, we mere mortals understand this, and see, do our drivers really understand this? Either they don’t need literate young people, in fact the future of our country, or the oligarchs think that their children and loved ones will stretch Russia, and the slaves should only plow, silently, and without thinking.
      But as practice shows, nature rests on children, and not every prosperous family clan has the same talented children.
      Again, all the articles on HE recently revolve around the education system, which is completely failed.
      The "fool" does not need a knife from three boxes, you lie, and do with him what you want. As in Ukraine, and Bl. East.
      That's how it turns out, Despite all the charms of progress and life, we roll back to the plow, and the shovel. Injected by robots.
      As always, well-intentioned road to hell bridges.
      1. nils
        nils 12 February 2016 09: 25
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        Quote: Sirocco
        don't our drivers really understand this?


        No need to be naive. The ideological and moral vacuum, as the cause of child crime, was created purposefully. Russia - a state with a system of oligarchic capitalism (anti-Russian in its essence and content) can exist only if there is a population lacking an understanding of what is happening, with uprooted historical roots and the absence of Faith - as the only unifying, conciliar principle. Both Putin and the government, with the overwhelming dominance of the non-Russian component, are well aware of this.
        Juvenile delinquency and first place in the world in teenage suicides (99% are Russian boys and girls) are just a consequence of this occupation policy.
      2. 70BSN
        70BSN 12 February 2016 12: 02
        +2
        And these are all questions to the same place where you all love this person, that is, your beloved Putin ..... who committed the crime himself, only on a larger scale.
        1. 70BSN
          70BSN 12 February 2016 12: 26
          -7
          Here is the full video and I think that there is something to think about.
        2. Vadim42
          Vadim42 12 February 2016 18: 09
          +3
          I know for Bush, Hollande and the Pope, but for Volodya only tales.
          1. 70BSN
            70BSN 15 February 2016 09: 38
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            And what fairy tales ??? A fairy tale was also said about Seagull ..... but there were people who knew before the release of the report about Seagull !!!!
        3. megavolt823
          megavolt823 7 March 2017 15: 10
          +1
          Well, Putin is to blame. and the USSR put down Putin. all this scum got out. and Ukrainians write to us here. Now, if not for Putin. wassat
      3. Mr. Pip
        Mr. Pip 12 February 2016 13: 29
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        Quote: Sirocco
        The amazing thing is, we mere mortals understand this, and see, do our drivers really understand this?

        Understand - Understand hi
        It's just that the development of social sciences in the Western school (which we are following) has followed the path of "voluntary" social segregation - this is considered an economically more effective method of protecting a law-abiding and creditworthy population.
        PS I say without any subjective assessment, I simply state the fact that the socialist and capitalist systems of law and order are different hi
      4. Villon
        Villon 13 February 2016 01: 14
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        Quote: Sirocco
        The amazing thing is, we mere mortals understand this, and see, do our drivers really understand this? Either they don’t need literate young people, in fact the future of our country, or the oligarchs think that their children and loved ones will stretch Russia, and the slaves should only plow, silently, and without thinking.

        And who said that "our oligarchs" want to "pull out" Russia?
    2. vladimirZ
      vladimirZ 12 February 2016 07: 24
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      It is not necessary to fight the consequence (the growth of youth crime), although this message does not cancel the fight against crime, but the causes that give rise to it.

      And the reasons for the increase in crime are the liberal anti-people’s economic policies of the Government and the President of Russia, leading to a long-term and constant recession in the economy, the collapse of industry and agriculture, generating massive, namely mass, unemployment, especially in Russian regions, although statistics carefully hide this.
      There is latent (hidden) unemployment, which the government carefully conceals from the people, but we all see massive disrupted enterprises that people have nowhere to work.
      This is especially true for young people who do not have work experience, profession, in the regions.
      Crime is born from here, people are looking for ways to obtain livelihoods, including illegal, criminal ones.

      How to deal with this phenomenon?

      - It is necessary to change the economic, domestic policy of the state.
      - Demand the resignation of the liberal, from the point of view of the country's development, liberal government of D. Medvedev.
      - Do not vote, especially in the upcoming elections, for the current party of power - the liberal party of officials and oligarchs "United Russia".
      - Demand, through various appearances in the media, rallies, from President of the Russian Federation V.V. Putin, as the guarantor of the Constitution, to fulfill his constitutional duties to change the economic policy of the state.
      1. Sirocco
        Sirocco 12 February 2016 07: 38
        +9
        Quote: vladimirZ
        do not vote, especially in the upcoming elections for the current party in power

        Here I am afraid of the events of the 90s, God forbid, 10 parties will sit in the Duma, and each will pull a blanket over himself, which is only in the hands of our liberals and their patrons. The Duma will then rise. But what can I do, I won’t know who to vote for? and in fact, then, because any leader of the country is behind his team, both political and financial, and so he is the guarantor that all this will be indestructible, and the owners of factories, newspapers, ships, will not want changes. But we do not need a revolution like in Ukraine. Surprisingly, the richest country on the planet, and such a gap between the poor and the rich, there is no middle class. Maybe it's time to restore order in this part? Otherwise, we will not leave for a long time on patriotism, and in search of external enemies. Judging by my work, corruption, theft, violation of all labor laws, in short, all this is already annoying, with all the problems described above. I don’t know whether Peter 1 or Stalin is necessary. request
        1. vladimirZ
          vladimirZ 12 February 2016 09: 12
          +3
          Here I am afraid of the events of the 90s, God forbid 10 parties will sit in the Duma, and each will pull a blanket over himself, which is only in the hands of our liberals and their patrons
          - Sirocco (2)

          And you look at which of the existing political parties, and they are needed as the only social and political organizations capable of uniting people, really defends the interests of the people. Penetrates, to the best of its small forces because of the blocking position of the liberal "United Russia", the people's interests in the State Duma.
          For example, the same measures to replenish the state budget at the expense of wealthy oligarchs: the adoption of a progressive taxation scale (the rich must pay more), the state monopoly on wine, vodka and tobacco products, the nationalization of central financial authorities, raw materials, defense, large energy enterprises and a number of other enterprises important for the state and industries, including the adoption of Article 20 of the UN Convention against Corruption, which the authorities of corrupt officials and oligarchs do not want to endorse.

          Who really defends popular interests?

          And when you objectively look at it from these positions, you will realize that only one political party of the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, proposes such measures to strengthen the state.
          Not the liberal United Russia, not a number of its other political companions, in the form of Zhirinovsky's LDPR, Fair Russia, various other small parties not invented for the election period, such as the Communist Party, the Communist Party of the Russian Federation - the Cossack Party of the Russian Federation, "Pensioners of Russia" and other "creatures", in order to dilute the votes of voters, do not defend the people's state interests.
          Yes, they can say that all the same "the elections will be rigged and done as the party in power needs." But the strength of the masses of people, when the majority comes to the elections, will be able to turn the tide in favor of the people.
          And there are such examples in Russia when, for example, in the Irkutsk region, contrary to the administrative resource of power, they elected a communist S. Levchenko.
          Yes, they can say that it was a protest vote against the power of the oligarchs, and not for the Communists. So be it. We need to break the tendency of the sovereignty of oligarchs and officials. Let by protest vote, but to remove from power oligarchs, corrupt officials who have filled all corridors of power in Russia, change the socio-economic policy of the state.

          To do this, you need to vote for the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, and not for any other, so as not to dilute the votes in favor of the liberal party of oligarchs and officials of United Russia.

          Russia is more expensive and above all. We do not need Maidan.
          1. kit_bellew
            kit_bellew 12 February 2016 09: 46
            +4
            If the communists of today were real, they would not only sit in the Duma, but also rob banks, buy weapons, and form the Red Guard. We would have done real revolutionary work. It’s clear that all our "multi-party system" was created only to please the West.

            Let's face it. There, they have, behind each political party is a powerful industrial and financial group. Rivalry in the economy is simply transferred to politics. And we have? We have one financial group. And the party is also one. And all that except - linden. And the Communist Party with its correct slogans-linden. What kind of communists are these who are ready to fight exclusively democratic methods for the happiness of their people? "By their deeds you will know them", says one old book, and in this case I completely agree with her.
            1. vladimirZ
              vladimirZ 12 February 2016 10: 42
              +2
              If the communists of today were real, they would not only sit in the Duma, but would also rob banks, buy weapons, form ...
              - kit_bellew

              And you, my friend, a provocateur, are calling for an armed overthrow of power?
              In modern conditions, calls for armed struggle are not constructive and can only lead to the defeat of the Communist Party, and indeed of Russia itself.
              This may lead not to a social revolution, but to another maidan, and the coming to power of another group of oligarchs and officials oriented to the USA and the West, and the actual surrender of Russia.

              In the current conditions, it is necessary to use all peaceful measures of influence on the government in order to democratize society, change the socio-economic policy of the state, abandon the liberal model of the state, and it is possible to restore popular power in the form of Soviets of people's deputies, to restore socialism.
              1. PHANTOM-AS
                PHANTOM-AS 12 February 2016 13: 59
                +1
                Quote: vladimirZ
                In the current conditions, it is necessary to use all peaceful measures of influence on the government in order to democratize society, change the socio-economic policy of the state, abandon the liberal model of the state

                You yourself are not funny? Can you imagine that people who received power and money independently and voluntarily give up on this?
                And relying on fair elections is now naive. By the way, the supreme power pursues such a policy of chattering problems, dragging out time for generational change in the country.
                Quote: vladimirZ
                it is possible to restore popular power in the form of Soviets of people's deputies, to restore socialism.

                Those. You are writing about a change in the socio-political formation, and this is a revolution. And it is inevitable, otherwise our country, or rather its people simply cannot survive!
                1. Mr. Pip
                  Mr. Pip 12 February 2016 14: 17
                  -2
                  Quote: PHANTOM-AS
                  Can you imagine that people who received power and money independently and voluntarily give up on this?

                  From what from this ?!
                  From power? Temporary power - that's what the elections are for - or do you think that all the deputies in the Duma have been sitting there since the 90s laughing
                  From money ?! Have you heard anything about the inviolability of private property? Or is it an empty "bunch" for a gopota - stole, drank, to jail ?! laughing
                  Quote: PHANTOM-AS
                  and this is revolution. And it is inevitable

                  In France?! laughing Few of you there "revolutionaries" French troops put in the last couple of decades? fellow
            2. Mr. Pip
              Mr. Pip 12 February 2016 13: 45
              -1
              Quote: kit_bellew
              If the communists of today were real, they would not only sit in the Duma, but would also rob banks, buy weapons

              Look, mouse, I've read a lot about "criminal gangs" - and the pipka will be enough after the "bank" for 20 years under the bunk to rot and not hang yourself ?! laughing
              The 21st century is in the yard - democracy, the Internet and open borders - where do you come from here barbarians, go to Africa, the brothers from "Boko Haram" are waiting for you! fellow
          2. Sirocco
            Sirocco 12 February 2016 11: 44
            +1
            Quote: vladimirZ
            And for this you need to vote for the Communist Party of the Russian Federation

            I listened to Zyuganov’s speech the other day, he says it right, but having come to power, oddly enough, those who were with the people yesterday, then miraculously turned against the one who elected him, and after a few years turned into the Golden Pen. In the end, what do we have? And we have from rags to riches, and a positionally inclined person living in London, and from there spitting on the people. To believe that, FIG knows him, gently lay, hard to sleep.
            I hope that after the re-equipment of the Republic of Armenia and the restart of the military-industrial complex, they will take up our lives, work, and leisure time.
          3. Mr. Pip
            Mr. Pip 12 February 2016 13: 35
            0
            Quote: vladimirZ
            Who really defends popular interests?

            No, no, there are no "popular interests" there are different parties and they have different electorate - some have collective farmers, others have military men, others have businessmen - and everyone has DIFFERENT interests!
            What do you want to do with this, to destroy the "class enemies" in the name of "national unity" ?! belay
          4. valerei
            valerei 13 February 2016 00: 17
            -1
            That's right: Russia is above all. However, if you look closely at the Communist Party of the Russian Federation, then there are a lot of dollar millionaires there. Why? But because money is needed for the inter-party struggle, and, as you know, whoever pays calls the tune. Zyuganov says everything correctly and Zhirinovsky is correct and everyone else is correct, but when it comes to confiscation of property from already convicted party and non-party thieves, there is no law on confiscation! The Duma thief will never accept him. Any party is a kind of JSC or JSC. And this is just one example of non-acceptance of the required law. Here are the Khodorkovskys and the Stooltkins and they are walking around with the money stolen. I remember that the Bolsheviks ousted oligarchs and corrupt officials in a slightly different way than a protest vote. Something is not believed in our electoral system. As Comrade Lenin: "Everything is correct in form, but in essence it is a mockery." More precisely - you will not say.
        2. kit_bellew
          kit_bellew 12 February 2016 09: 37
          +6
          The Duma in its current form, exclusively with professional pi ... balls in its composition, is not needed at all. The situation will be saved only by a return to Soviet power, when the councils of district, township, city deputies were elected in the first place. Moreover, it was not clear who was elected, but the people you work with, who live next to you, go to the same shops, clinics that have the same rusty water in the tap as yours.
          1. Vadim237
            Vadim237 12 February 2016 10: 14
            0
            There will never be a return to Soviet power, and this is not a way to solve problems in the country.
            1. Darkness
              Darkness 12 February 2016 10: 59
              +4
              A return to Soviet power is inevitable.
              The only question is how this will happen.
              1. Vadim237
                Vadim237 12 February 2016 21: 05
                +1
                Yes, it will not happen in any way - there will be no more Soviet power - capitalism is everywhere - and you can neither comfort yourself with hopes for it.
                1. Villon
                  Villon 13 February 2016 00: 58
                  -1
                  Quote: Vadim237
                  Yes, it will not happen in any way - there will be no more Soviet power - capitalism is everywhere - and you can neither comfort yourself with hopes for it.

                  What is everywhere, even capitalism can hardly be called. The entire economy is managed plannedly and from a single center. There is no mention of freedom of enterprise, which is the main sign of capitalism. So do not entertain yourself with the hopes that you live under capitalism.
          2. Sirocco
            Sirocco 12 February 2016 11: 36
            +6
            Quote: kit_bellew
            Moreover, it was not clear who was elected, but the people you work with, who live next to you, go to the same shops, clinics that have the same rusty water in the tap as yours.

            I immediately remembered New Year’s Blue Lights, who was present before them, and who are now. The difference is obvious. Our pornstars sing to themselves and applaud to themselves. In short, they please themselves, for our money. lol
          3. Mr. Pip
            Mr. Pip 12 February 2016 13: 54
            -3
            Quote: kit_bellew
            that have the same rusty tap water

            In the Czech Republic from the tap rusty water? And not even bottled in stores? crying
      2. Mr. Pip
        Mr. Pip 12 February 2016 13: 32
        0
        Quote: vladimirZ

        How to deal with this phenomenon?

        Correctly bring up OWN children to start, and not blame the government for their own irresponsibility am
      3. Mairos
        Mairos 12 February 2016 14: 24
        -1
        "liberal anti-popular economic policy of the Government and the President of Russia" - The President of Russia is not involved in economic policy, this is not his sphere of responsibility at all.
        1. would
          would 12 February 2016 19: 09
          +1
          Wow, but for some reason it seemed to me that he represented the Minister of Finance, that is, de facto appoints. The head of the Central Bank also "recommends", the Ministry of Regional Development creates de facto the same way. He also signs economic decrees and directly participates in the economic policy of the state. And it would be strange that the president is the supreme power, and the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation, the Ministry of the Russian Federation for the Development of the Far East are by themselves and not subordinate to him.
        2. Villon
          Villon 13 February 2016 01: 04
          +1
          Quote: Mairos
          "liberal anti-popular economic policy of the Government and the President of Russia" - The President of Russia is not involved in economic policy, this is not his sphere of responsibility at all.

          But is the government engaged in economic policy? Or is this also not his sphere?
    3. PKK
      PKK 12 February 2016 08: 08
      +2
      In Burma, in the village, there is only one drunkard for the whole village. The rest are working to create their own life. People are completely adequate. And now compare with our village. Guess three times, what is the difference between the people we have and they have?
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    5. PKK
      PKK 12 February 2016 08: 57
      -2
      Do you know how to expel drug addiction, drunkenness, smoking from a person? And the parish father knows how, he studied this, this is his specialty. But why doesn’t he work in his main specialty? Why doesn’t he report on the work done? Don't you find it strange?
    6. Mr. Pip
      Mr. Pip 12 February 2016 13: 23
      -2
      Quote: atk44849
      need free mugs, sections, sports!

      Well, let's say, for raising a strong soldier from childhood, we need hi
      But the article about the criminalization of youth - all the leaders and members of gangs of the 80-90s just left these very "circles" request
      1. Sirocco
        Sirocco 12 February 2016 15: 57
        0
        Quote: Mr. PIP
        But the article about the criminalization of youth - all the leaders and members of gangs of the 80-90s just left these very "circles"

        You are mistaken here, of those whom I knew and know, we all visited the SUT, did not see anyone in crime. So in this case, you are either under the dope, or not very adequate laughing hi
        1. Mr. Pip
          Mr. Pip 12 February 2016 16: 51
          0
          Quote: Sirocco
          So in this case, you are either under the dope, or not very adequate

          Well, yes, of course, in an article apparently in black and white they wrote in vain that Zavdat Khantimirov, nicknamed "Javda" was born in 1956, was engaged in boxing
          Although you apparently did not see in the eyes of parallel reality and the characters being discussed request
      2. Villon
        Villon 13 February 2016 02: 41
        +1
        How did gang leaders come out of chess circles too? And from embroidery clubs, and from music clubs, and from football clubs. Mr. PIP, do not you think that you are raving? Why? Do you really dislike the very idea of ​​social policy?
        1. Dart2027
          Dart2027 April 18 2017 21: 40
          0
          Quote: Villon
          Do you really dislike the very idea of ​​social policy?

          Apparently, it means that the problem cannot be solved by circles alone. In general, it is true - they are of course needed, but as part of the overall program.
    7. Stas57
      Stas57 12 February 2016 17: 31
      +3
      Quote: atk44849
      need free mugs, sections, sports! dreams. All this was in our childhood. Do you want .- Chess. you want .- yacht club! and now it’s all for the big dibs and it’s not known who the leader is. For starters, you need to return to the NVP schools. and engage in patriotic education of adolescents.

      Well, TyapLyap and grew up in them

      good movies? The boys were shot in 1983, it would seem a paradise of good movies and free sections. Already under the USSR everything was both control and employment, and district to region was not uncommon.
      obviously some circles and films are not enough.

      ps, but the wall on the wall / district to the district (people in 100-200) have not been walking for a long time ...
    8. Alexy
      Alexy 12 February 2016 18: 47
      0
      Mugs and sections can correct the situation but not fix it. Something more is needed. With the union, this good was enough, but the teenagers still united in groups, and their authorities were older, who returned from the army or from places of deprivation. Remember the division of districts, fighting district by district.
    9. would
      would 12 February 2016 18: 58
      +1
      Sections and circles sound beautiful, populist, but as a single solution they will most likely make worse in the criminalized regions. Just because in these circles everything will be the same: Thieves' concepts, recidivists can easily work with children and be de facto, and sometimes de jure, leaders of the section. The only difference is that the lesson is most attracted to the sections from which you can recruit fighters: Sambo, hand-to-hand combat, boxing, karate and, in principle, contact martial arts at least. For a long time and now, in sufficiently criminalized regions, all these sports sections have at least a recruitment point for fighters for organized crime groups for state money.

      Here a whole decriminalization policy is needed. And for it, brains and political will are needed from top to bottom ... but alas.
    10. dep071
      dep071 April 24 2017 08: 50
      0
      atk44849
      need free mugs, sections, sports! dreams. All this was in our childhood. Do you want .- Chess. you want .- yacht club! and now it’s all for the big dibs and it’s not known who the leader is. For starters, you need to return to the NVP schools. and engage in patriotic education of adolescents.


      !!!!!! There are boxes, go play soccer, hockey, horizontal bars, bars and so many things, everything is free, what do you think of or is it necessary to bring by the handle and show where the circle is? There was billiards and chess in our schoolchild’s room, we also smoked and fought when needed. This is someone who does not want to, for the “grandmother” or vice versa, who is seriously making a sports career, but this in the USSR should have been a big deal or for the money of parents, because There are a lot of talents, and a team of only 11 basic ones (well, football, for example). And patriotic education in school is generally complete nonsense, nationalism and more. I respected my grandfather to the core, I respect my father, without any school, etc., and when they forced me to put on a pioneer tie, it was 25 years ago or the star was put on even further))), well ... In the USSR a lot of falsehood, as now ... Therefore, look at your source, there is respect for elders and for each other. Have a nice day everyone!
  2. Same lech
    Same lech 12 February 2016 06: 45
    14
    This incident quite clearly shows the level of recklessness and arrogance of the semi-criminal youth environment in the Trans-Baikal Territory.


    This incident quite clearly shows the level of helplessness of the local police, which is unable to fight back the bandits.

    At the local level, disgusting things often happen in our punitive bodies that sometimes become known in the media.
    Sometimes I think who should be more afraid of local bandits or local policemen ... hehe grouping without epaulettes and grouping with epaulets ... in television series, policemen are usually white and fluffy and always defeat evil ... in life, alas, is somewhat different.
    Thousands of ordinary policemen honestly do their job, but unfortunately there are bastards who use the police service for their own selfish or personal purposes
    and this is a black spot on the image of the police in the minds of ordinary citizens.
    In the words of the captain GLEB ZHIGLOV ...

    If there is a devil in the world, then he is not a goat-legged stag, but a dragon with three heads, and these heads are cunning, greed, betrayal. And if one bites a person, then the other two will eat him to the ground.
    1. Sirocco
      Sirocco 12 February 2016 07: 47
      10
      Quote: The same LYOKHA
      Sometimes I think who is more afraid of local bandits or local police.

      He witnessed the actions of the police at that time at the Bus Station, in one of the cities. The incident occurred in a kiosk full of them, the guy tried to return the spoiled goods, the seller refused him, he started to make a mess, the seller's support group came out, that is, the owner and probably his countrymen, or relatives. They lapped the guy in the face, with the tacit consent of the majority, who stood and watched, called the police, the arriving outfit surprised, the captain came out, apparently the fellow countryman of the stalls, hugged, kissed, after listening to everyone, and grandmothers, put the guy down and took him away. That was such in places, and now there is the Police. request
      1. Mr. Pip
        Mr. Pip 12 February 2016 13: 59
        -4
        Quote: Sirocco
        Lapped guy in the face

        Quote: Sirocco
        called the police

        Quote: Sirocco
        after listening to everyone, and grandmothers too, put the guy down and took

        here either you are lying, or the "guy" was initially inadequate, under drugs, for example, and wanted to exchange normal goods but already bitten laughing
    2. Mr. Pip
      Mr. Pip 12 February 2016 13: 56
      0
      Quote: The same LYOKHA
      Thousands of ordinary policemen honestly do their job, but unfortunately there are bastards who use the police service for their own selfish or personal purposes

      Yes, there are some, all the same "a cut of society" - but their percentage is less than in Russia as a whole - they have at least some kind of control and responsibility there hi
  3. Alexander S.
    Alexander S. 12 February 2016 07: 34
    +8
    the cops hid from teenagers? nda ... now the recklessness of children is clear.
    1. Darkness
      Darkness 12 February 2016 08: 52
      +5
      Children are extremely cruel creatures. At all times.
    2. Mr. Pip
      Mr. Pip 12 February 2016 14: 01
      0
      Quote: Alexander S.
      the cops hid from teenagers?

      Or maybe there were 2 police officers - the district police officer and his "secretary" - they had to open fire on the "children" to kill request
    3. Dart2027
      Dart2027 April 18 2017 21: 43
      0
      Quote: Alexander S.
      cops hid from teenagers

      If they had shot them, then they themselves could have rounded up the “one child”. It sounds cynical, but not applying a criminal bar to minors is not the best solution.
  4. Mera joota
    Mera joota 12 February 2016 08: 03
    +8
    Transbaikalia - the most criminal region of Russia

    What have the exiles and the historical attitude to Eastern Siberia as a cesspool where did all the authorities dump their garbage? Child delinquency from HOPE. What do the children of the listed areas see? Complete lack of perspective. There is no point in trying to do something, all the same you will find yourself in the position of your parents: poverty and alcoholism ... And on the "box" a beautiful life, cars, chicks, etc. And I want all this, but where can I get the money?
    The collapse of Russia will begin from there ...
    1. Darkness
      Darkness 12 February 2016 09: 17
      -1
      There are two options:
      1. Or give everyone - cars, heifers, dough, etc.
      2. Or pick it up from everyone.
    2. Mr. Pip
      Mr. Pip 12 February 2016 14: 03
      +1
      Quote: Mera Joota
      Children's crime from HOPELESS. What do the children in these areas see? The complete lack of perspective.

      Nonsense! Prospects, do they all know about their abilities - now I feel sorry for the bandits because they cannot earn money for the six hundredth legally ?! belay
  5. Russian102RUS
    Russian102RUS 12 February 2016 08: 10
    0
    Humor in the subject: Thank you
    1. Russian102RUS
      Russian102RUS 12 February 2016 08: 38
      +8
      Thanks to United Russia for our happy childhood!
      When you had a childhood, United Russia did not exist yet!
      THANKS for this and THANKS)))
      What we sow is what we will shake! We live in the jungle, we survive ...
  6. PKK
    PKK 12 February 2016 08: 17
    -14 qualifying.
    Christianity, the main reason for the degradation of people. Shamans from all over the world throw larvae, demons on the people of Russia. And only for our priests it can help the more people suffer, the richer the church. When did the priest deal individually with each drunkard, not counting his personal time? Remember when the priest reported, before coming, how many drunkards and drug addicts did he return to normal? How does the priest expel larvae, demons from people? There is no such work. And why not? It should be. It’s okay if the church starts reporting on what has been done I’ve got a wonderful video: Larvovedenie, it shows the reasons for the appearance of larvae and how the larva displaces the soul from the human body and what happens in this case. Whether or not we decide these questions or not depends on us. I think the couch troops will support me. I was surprised that the author He did not reveal the main reason. Apparently he does not know or is embarrassed to write about it.
    1. pv1005
      pv1005 12 February 2016 11: 25
      +1
      Quote: PKK
      Christianity, the main reason for the degradation of people. Shamans from all over the world throw larvae, demons on the people of Russia. And only for our priests it can help the more people suffer, the richer the church. When did the priest deal individually with each drunkard, not counting his personal time? Remember when the priest reported, before coming, how many drunkards and drug addicts did he return to normal? How does the priest expel larvae, demons from people? There is no such work. And why not? It should be. It’s okay if the church starts reporting on what has been done I’ve got a wonderful video: Larvovedenie, it shows the reasons for the appearance of larvae and how the larva displaces the soul from the human body and what happens in this case. Whether or not we decide these questions or not depends on us. I think the couch troops will support me. I was surprised that the author He did not reveal the main reason. Apparently he does not know or is embarrassed to write about it.

      You, that they offended the church and you harbored a grudge against them? request
      1. PKK
        PKK 13 February 2016 17: 57
        0
        No, dear, church and Christianity are two different things. You just need to compare the nations where the clergy work and those where the priests beat the bastard. Is it really hard to figure out that the priest must cast out demons and larvae, not only from everyone, but also from Russia. This work no.
  7. Belousov
    Belousov 12 February 2016 08: 50
    +3
    The rise in crime is a consequence. And the reason is the lack of youth employment, lack of prospects, lack of social lifts. Even if you honestly hunch back your whole life, you won't get far. Many therefore roll downhill. And the government "ours" has no time to engage in social policy, it is necessary to urgently engage in "grabbing" for a song and talk about how good life will be when oil prices rise again.
    1. Sirocco
      Sirocco 12 February 2016 08: 54
      +5
      Quote: Belousov
      Even if you honestly hunch your whole life you will not get far.

      There is no bad demotivator.
      1. PKK
        PKK 12 February 2016 09: 03
        0
        You - for the fact that you do not know that the hormone of joy, partnership appears only during labor before sweat. It is not a difficult topic, but you do not know.
  8. Darkness
    Darkness 12 February 2016 08: 51
    12
    How so? They destroyed the pioneers with the Komsomol, as if without spiritual ones, set up churches with mosques, from the screens of zombies, the inspired speech of the patriarchs, all sorts, pours in a dense stream.
    There is no unspiritual, atheistic USSR; Orthodox Russia has been around for 25 years. But can’t we return to that level of morality and social relations?
    HOW SO????!!!!
    1. Ermak
      Ermak 12 February 2016 09: 14
      +1
      Quote: Darkness
      Orthodox Russia for 25 years,

      Bent cool companion.
    2. Ermak
      Ermak 12 February 2016 09: 43
      +1
      Pioneer with the Komsomol destroyed

      There is no spiritless, atheistic USSR, Orthodox Russia is already 25 years old, can not we return to that level of morality and social relations?

      Yes, they mixed everything in a row.
      Orthodox Russia was before the year 17, the family structure was based on Orthodox values ​​that contradicted the described criminal behavior in the article.
      In the USSR, the general construction of communism and the creation of a Soviet citizen with certain attitudes laid down from childhood played the same role. There were circles and much more.
      But 100% of the result can never be achieved, geeks will always be. It’s just that during these periods there were very few of them, since the upbringing (creation) of a full-fledged person was very active.
      Now, nothing of what you wrote
      Orthodox Russia for 25 years,
      no, especially in the last 25 years.
      HOW SO????!!!!

      If the question was raised in a different context, then it would be appropriate.
      1. Darkness
        Darkness 12 February 2016 10: 08
        0
        For several decades, there has been an emphasis on "spiritual bonds" and spirituality. Where is the result? From year to year the situation is only getting worse.
        In how many years have the Bolsheviks dealt with child crime?
        1. Ermak
          Ermak 12 February 2016 10: 19
          0
          Quote: Darkness
          For several decades, there has been an emphasis on "spiritual bonds" and spirituality. Where is the result? From year to year the situation is only getting worse.
          In how many years have the Bolsheviks dealt with child crime?

          This emphasis is so little perceptible that I would not call it emphasis.
          Yes, after the devastation in the civil process was not easy. Now the ideology of the 90s is consumption, pleasure, money. But Orthodoxy is by no means, it is certainly strong, but I think its active dissemination (Orthodoxy as a family value guide) I think is being restrained very actively. But they are not introducing a new one besides the one written above. This is where the question is why.
          1. Darkness
            Darkness 12 February 2016 10: 29
            +2
            Who is being held back? Religion?
            Already everywhere they poked their representatives - in the army, in schools, in universities, etc. Where is even more active? But there is no result.
            The Bolsheviks, fighting child crime, improved indicators from year to year.
            1. Ermak
              Ermak 12 February 2016 11: 03
              +2
              Quote: Darkness
              Who is being held back? Religion?
              Already everywhere they poked their representatives - in the army, in schools, in universities, etc. Where is even more active? But there is no result.
              The Bolsheviks, fighting child crime, improved indicators from year to year.


              And here
              poked their representatives - in the army, in schools, in universities, etc.

              They have been creating society since childhood, especially the media (it is not only the press, the Internet, but also music, films, etc.).
              Not a church fills our media.
              Yes, and at school I do not notice "sticking".
              I wrote to you earlier
              Now the ideology of the 90s is consumption, pleasure, money.
              - This at least piled like sand in the desert. Yes, and with the economy inside the Russian Federation, the same is not a fountain. This is the answer to all questions. And what do you want?
              The Bolsheviks, fighting child crime, improved indicators from year to year.
              I agree with this, I already wrote about the effectiveness of approaches in the periods of the USSR and the Russian Empire, to which mention it. Further considerations I think are meaningless. I have the honor.
        2. Mr. Pip
          Mr. Pip 12 February 2016 15: 51
          0
          Quote: Darkness
          In how many years have the Bolsheviks dealt with child crime?

          In the article, probably at least half of the information about the 50-80s request
        3. Dart2027
          Dart2027 April 18 2017 21: 46
          0
          Quote: Darkness
          In how many years have the Bolsheviks dealt with child crime?

          Have you done it? The first youth gangs did not appear as a result of perestroika, although there was no such lawlessness, but everything happened.
  9. Million
    Million 12 February 2016 08: 53
    +7
    Our government does not care about all this. It earns money and lives one day.
  10. Volga Cossack
    Volga Cossack 12 February 2016 09: 01
    +2
    Quote: atk44849
    need free mugs, sections, sports! dreams. All this was in our childhood. Do you want .- Chess. you want .- yacht club! and now it’s all for the big dibs and it’s not known who the leader is. For starters, you need to return to the NVP schools. and engage in patriotic education of adolescents.

    I completely agree!
    1. Darkness
      Darkness 12 February 2016 09: 14
      +2
      So there is no ideology in the country, how can one engage in patriotic education?
      I recently spoke with members of the so-called. "patriotic circle", which works under the patriarch's patronage.
      So, they left one step to Nazism, one small step. I just have not seen such hatred towards representatives of other religions.
    2. 24rus
      24rus 12 February 2016 09: 22
      +3
      I even know where to get money for this - do not buy legionnaires and coaches
  11. Stauffenberg
    Stauffenberg 12 February 2016 09: 07
    +5
    Good article. The problem is arch-serious. After all, we are giving this generation the keys to our country, our future. It’s impossible to fix things with circles alone. We need a global state turn.
  12. valerii41
    valerii41 12 February 2016 09: 11
    +6
    Somehow they show on the TV some kind of painted and silicone-pumped singer, She was choking with happiness that she lives in Greece, no one works, everyone rest on the beaches, in short, "everything is drunk" in some depressed area, in the boarding school instead of real oil they give palm tree, instead of meat sausages, soy educators barely make ends meet, and officials live and work in marble apartments, sons and daughters study over the hill, teachers from the CIA and it's all in plain sight. From boarding schools they are sent to life for often they find themselves in the clutches of greedy cynical officials and a long road begins to rake for morality, no one is responsible for us it is worth introducing responsibility career growth loss of feed content and other benefits the situation will begin to change
  13. Dzerjinskiy56
    Dzerjinskiy56 12 February 2016 09: 23
    +6
    The problem is that people have lost their moral orientations. Forget what is "good" and what is "bad". Or these concepts are distorted.
  14. ilya_oz
    ilya_oz 12 February 2016 09: 37
    0
    I can’t imagine how youth crime can be overcome if even in Soviet times this could not be done.
    1. Ermak
      Ermak 12 February 2016 09: 54
      +1
      Quote: ilya_oz
      I can’t imagine how youth crime can be overcome if even in Soviet times this could not be done.

      Here is the answer:
      Causes must be treated, not effects. Of course, there are many reasons, but one of the main reasons is violence and debauchery on television and other media. Take away this violence, this moral impurity ... Why in the XIX century the level of violence was incomparably lower than now? So, in 1861 in Moscow there was not a single murder!

      In tsarist Russia, in which the population before the First World War was almost the same as we have now, there were less than 200 prisoners. Today prisoners in Russia - 700-800 thousand. Why has the level of violence in the country increased so many times?


      http://www.pravmir.ru/o-socialnom-patronate/

      I highlighted in bold.
      And in the USSR, the media were also different. Of course, this is one of the reasons, but very important.
      And as I wrote above, it was possible, there will simply not be a 100% solution, of course, but the crime rate will be so insignificant that it will be difficult (maybe even impossible) for a simple layman to feel it.
      1. Darkness
        Darkness 12 February 2016 10: 30
        +1
        Can I have a source about 1861? How is it known?
        Yes, and links to religious sites give you a subjective opinion in the region.
  15. erased
    erased 12 February 2016 09: 42
    +2
    Another victory of the West in its indirect war with the USSR, and now with the Russian Federation. The moral decay and, as a result, the complete failure of the young generation (the most dangerous part of it) led to the current result.
    This is not only a minus of the "winders" themselves, it is a minus of their unborn children, uncreated families, and the biggest minus - the loss of working hands and smart heads for the country. This is a slice already cut off. Only a hunk that will still take a bloody tribute from the people and cripple many destinies.
    And how to decide - to have a surgery and remove this cancerous tumor or try to cure it? But is it possible to cure a 16-17 year old scumbag who is not able to become normal?
    In the meantime, the Russian authorities are busy with their important affairs.
    1. Vadim237
      Vadim237 12 February 2016 21: 10
      0
      They should be beaten half to death - then all the nonsense will come out right away.
  16. brn521
    brn521 12 February 2016 09: 54
    +1
    The problem of all time. Regardless of ideology, standard of living, all sorts of different circles and other things. This is a consequence of not some external factors, it is a feature of the social nature of man.
  17. engineer
    engineer 12 February 2016 10: 06
    -2
    the root cause is the economy. if the young have no opportunity to earn money and no prospects to become at least a sufficient person. he will become a radical and a criminal.
  18. kopatich
    kopatich 12 February 2016 10: 09
    +2
    in the article it is absolutely precisely noted that the trend "with the cult of money, strength, sex, power, etc., is flourishing." Turn on any channel in prime time, what's on? go to the internet on popular sites, what's there ?? yes, everything too, this is a trend - boys on geliks, girls with pumped lips, and nowhere do they show that this was achieved as a result of some LABOR (i.e. work), everything falls on everyone as a result of some kind of jackpot, who last saw CT some reportage about labor dynasties, young scientists or something like that ?? everything ends with HOUSE 2, various shows where everyone dances and the like, and various serials a la BRIGADA. with young people, in my opinion, in droves and qualitatively, no one is engaged, in this case I mean the structures that receive state support for this, such as various sports divisions of administrations of all stripes, the so-called youth policy departments, in this cycle the same the same persons, the so-called "activists", who receive everything, and the remaining 98% of adolescents subordinate to territoriality are abandoned! and from here comes the knocking down into groupings "by interests". In my opinion, the state should take television and the Internet for SPECIAL CONTROL, because it is not for nothing that they say that this is the 4th power. Work with the younger generation must be kept under constant control, one might say HARD, sponsored not by some football, basketball and some other PROFESSIONAL clubs with their GORGEOUS players, but all the maximum possible means directed to young people.
    1. Darkness
      Darkness 12 February 2016 10: 39
      -1
      Demand creates supply.
      Capitalism in the yard. That which brings more profit will be shown. Should the Internet also be banned?
  19. Evgeny K.
    Evgeny K. 12 February 2016 10: 27
    +4
    Quote: atk44849
    need free mugs, sections, sports! dreams. All this was in our childhood. Do you want .- Chess. you want .- yacht club! and now it’s all for the big dibs and it’s not known who the leader is. For starters, you need to return to the NVP schools. and engage in patriotic education of adolescents.


    As a father of two small children, I declare: there are free circles and children's art schools are actively recruiting children from 6 years old. Up to 6 years old everything is paid. Now, even in schools, they have introduced MANDATORY attendance at the circles at the school of their choice, and if you go to outside circles not at school, you need to bring a certificate from there, the delivery of the TRP standards was resumed. I have a free boxing club under my windows. DSCYUSH is also free, but not everyone is taken, of course, you have to work there. The whole trouble is in the parents who do not want to take care of their children, because they think a lot about themselves. Parents are spoiled and infected with love for themselves, they want to free up more time for "rest", idle children sit in smartphones or watch TV, and I think you can imagine the quality of films broadcast on the air. From these films, and not from incompetent parents, young people take a model of behavior.
    1. PHANTOM-AS
      PHANTOM-AS 12 February 2016 15: 15
      +3
      Quote: Eugene K.
      As the father of two small children I declare: there are free mugs and DPS actively recruit children from 6 years old

      Is your surname not a bit accidental? He also broadcasts that everything is free. I will not hide that several sports centers have been built in the region, but they are leased, sports sections are RENTING premises and, accordingly, they charge a fee for classes.
      The younger took to the hockey section.
      You, dear, can you imagine how much a uniform costs for a boy of five? How much ice do you imagine? And so in all sections and in all sports. Everything is commercialized !!!

      Quote: Eugene K.
      All the trouble is in parents who do not want to care for their children,

      It’s clear that parenting is the direct responsibility of parents,
      but how do you, dear, protect children from society, from society? Provided that our society as a whole is seriously ill, and the state has withdrawn not only from the education of the young generation, but also from social obligations in general.
      In this regard, the question immediately arises, if the state does not care about children and we raise children not thanks to the state, but contrary to what, what debt can this state itself talk about when the children grow up?
      Understand that society has lost its bearings, what ideas and moral principles does society invest in the mind of a young person, on what ideals is this person brought up? For whom should a person live, for society or for himself? How to educate young people in a state where the main ideology is "man to man is a wolf", "one's own shirt is closer to the body," etc.
      After a month of teaching dad, an ultimatum was delivered to a friend at a friend’s place: buy a dad a car, otherwise I won’t go to classes, I am ashamed, because all the students in the group drive cars.
      What is it ?!
      Dad took a loan and bought his daughter a car, moreover, observing the condition, so as not worse than others. Dot.
      Here they are the moral guidelines of society.
      After all, it is not without reason that those in power send their children abroad, thereby separating them from society, creating a special caste for which warm places and leadership positions and marriage contracts in the circle of the same caste are ready. Those. we were divided into plebs and patricians with all the leaking.
      PS. Ahead of the questions, I’ll say that I have three children 23 years old (graduated from Moscow State University), 12 years old (cf. school), 5 years old (kindergarten), so there is experience yes
  20. nivander
    nivander 12 February 2016 10: 33
    +9
    in the early 90s, about 20 people were sent to my engineering company for service, moreover, all from one Gadyachsky orphanage (already a downed gang) began to put on the ears of my dear Uzbeks. I had to spend the night in the barracks and even use force (they’re very respected). Then, with the officers and warrant officers of the company, we developed a concept of behavior. In brief, it is like that — we are cops (power), they are barefoot who needs control, to control it is necessary to identify the leader, and then either isolate or tame. C it was a bang by the Uzbeks. By the way, it turned out that the orphans were born informers. The officers knew almost everything about what was going on in the company online
  21. Zomanus
    Zomanus 12 February 2016 10: 41
    +1
    Children should understand that they will be seriously punished for serious crimes.
    And now there is no such thing. The rich can easily be bought off, the poor can forgive.
    Dad does not bring up a belt, because he is juvenile.
    They already wrote about the school. Where is the paralo then taken?
    1. PHANTOM-AS
      PHANTOM-AS 12 February 2016 13: 27
      0
      Quote: Zomanus
      Children need to understand

      You do not see contradictions in your phrase?
  22. buzerrezub
    buzerrezub 12 February 2016 11: 16
    +1
    in the current -dramocratic- re-educate, to make such youths people, it seems to me that even the army will not succeed, much less at the stsvorov schools! But a certain percentage of youth from criminals, the army will be able to take away! The police and the executive branch have too many legal restrictions for this at the present time. And to be honest, today's juvenile delinquency is the pale shadow of their predecessors in the late 80s and early 90s! You can work with them
  23. Evgeny RS
    Evgeny RS 12 February 2016 11: 37
    +3
    90s are coming back.
  24. Rostislav
    Rostislav 12 February 2016 12: 01
    +1
    being brought up in the absence of a real opportunity to feel the presence of sanctions against wrong actions, the teenager gets used to the fact that he can do anything. Literally one step remains from this feeling of permissiveness to the commission of real offenses.

    Correctly noticed. It hurts because many see the roots of the problems, but the government does NOTHING to correct the situation. Dissatisfaction "from below" is growing. It is necessary to drive the liberal bastards out of power until they have brought the country to an explosion.
  25. Pvi1206
    Pvi1206 12 February 2016 12: 03
    +2
    The state threw the young generation of the country to its fate. On TV - violence, debauchery of body and soul. When the state does not fulfill its obligations to the people, the youth does not consider themselves something obligated to society. They need to somehow arrange their lives. Laws must be observed, first of all, by the state itself. Now this is not. There is nothing to blame for the mirror, if the mug is crooked.
    Power cares only for the rich. And the rich are only about increasing their wealth.
  26. aviator1913
    aviator1913 12 February 2016 13: 21
    +3
    We discuss everything on empty topics.

    What measures are needed to reduce crime, especially teenage crime?

    We are not the Soviet Union, and it is unlikely that we will return to this in the form in which we are used to seeing. In which countries what crime rate. Indeed, some countries live almost without police officers, prisons are small, and people do not seem to rebel, they do not rob and massively kill people on the street. In other countries, on the contrary, sheer violence, a lot of police bodies, but it makes no sense, it’s dangerous to walk.

    We must face the truth, look at good examples of countries where we have overcome crime, analyze, draw conclusions and implement in our beloved country.

    It seems to be a commonplace phenomenon as youth’s leisure, if there is a specific program providing for the employment of young people, adolescents, their separation from the aggressive street among, then it will be necessary to spend less on the police with the investigative committee. Make a program, paint everything, where we save, where you have to invest, who to fire, who to hire. And this is just one of the methods.

    Our country is entirely a prison and a police station and something needs to be done.
  27. Mr. Pip
    Mr. Pip 12 February 2016 14: 11
    +1
    Article plus, but again this nonsense about the "lack of prospects" in the article and in the comments, too, already tired! stop
    What are the prospects ??????? Ride "Helika" for 10 lyam and lower the lyam every night in the casino ?! laughing
    ALL OLIGARCHS WILL NOT!
    Born in a simple family without talents from birth - the work of a loader or driver is ALWAYS waiting for you - here is your prospect, even in the USSR, even in the USA!
    Therefore, the problem of juvenile delinquency is not in the “lack of prospects”, a sufficient number of children from poor families go to work in absentia in the evenings, in the evenings they study and in the afternoon earn money to study, because their parents did not have money to study - and someone just plumps and robs - the "perspective" is different for everyone, one goes to jail, the other becomes a person good
    1. SIT
      SIT 3 February 2017 00: 23
      0
      Quote: Mr PIP
      Article plus, but again this nonsense about the "lack of prospects" in the article and in the comments, too, already tired! stop
      What are the prospects ??????? Ride "Helika" for 10 lyam and lower the lyam every night in the casino ?! laughing
      ALL OLIGARCHS WILL NOT!
      Born in a simple family without talents from birth - the work of a loader or driver is ALWAYS waiting for you - here is your prospect, even in the USSR, even in the USA!
      Therefore, the problem of juvenile delinquency is not in the “lack of prospects”, a sufficient number of children from poor families go to work in absentia in the evenings, in the evenings they study and in the afternoon earn money to study, because their parents did not have money to study - and someone just plumps and robs - the "perspective" is different for everyone, one goes to jail, the other becomes a person good

      You’re a nice person to go to that Khilok first and try to find a job wherever you are, and so that you, as an external student at this job, give the vacation owner a ride to the session, and you will have to travel by Siberian standards not far, and by European standards to the other end of the earth . However, the ticket price will be exactly like the other end of the world. Carry a complete crap respected.
  28. Dimon-chik-79
    Dimon-chik-79 12 February 2016 14: 23
    +1
    Quote: Million
    Our government does not care about all this. It earns money and lives one day.

    Quote: Pvi1206
    The state threw the young generation of the country to its fate. On TV - violence, debauchery of body and soul. When the state does not fulfill its obligations to the people, the youth does not consider themselves something obligated to society. They need to somehow arrange their lives. Laws must be observed, first of all, by the state itself. Now this is not. There is nothing to blame for the mirror, if the mug is crooked.
    Power cares only for the rich. And the rich are only about increasing their wealth

    That's all! Who should be happy for the homeland for the people? This is where all the marinas over the hill with bills and houses?!?
    Law enforcement in the country gradually comes to naught; no one is engaged in youth employment. And you can only imagine what will happen with the deterioration of the economic situation in the country, when the population depression will increase.
  29. 1234567890
    1234567890 12 February 2016 15: 12
    +6
    A little more, a little more, and it will begin: Nab. Chelny, Kazan, etc. Considering the general acidity of the authorities, they will not react in time. They will count on everything to resolve itself. Yes, hell there. In the 90s, gangs of youngsters, in connection with the general surrounding reality, grew into an organized crime group. Scientifically speaking, their activity was canalized (Powerfully pushed in?). Then they slowly learned to crush them. And now all these gop-teams will not go into outright crime, but where it is weaker - into pseudo-politics: "the fight against corruption", separatism and other anti-state activities. For this, we sometimes bashfully write out symbolic terms (like the malachol Limonov), fear for the image, ugh, image! And they grow frostbite, themselves on the bottom. The Most Important himself in his fragile youth blabbed in the GDR, saw enough of everyone there, came here and straight into the arms of Sobchak, and communication with such an infection does not pass for nothing to anyone. He is not ready for tough decisions, and the country is already in a state of, let's put it mildly, pre-war. It's time to take a gas wrench to tighten the nuts and a mallet to calm the violent ones. Oh, I'm afraid, our guarantor at the most crucial moment will portray himself as a "philanthropist" like Yanukovych. Only he has nowhere to run. We'll have to give up.
  30. gendir.grifon
    gendir.grifon 12 February 2016 19: 20
    +3
    It seems that our education above is controlled by enemies, traitors and pests ... When will they die then ...
  31. Nonik
    Nonik 13 February 2016 01: 18
    +1
    Quote: gendir.grifon
    It seems that our education above is controlled by enemies, traitors and pests ... When will they die then ...

    You are not far from the truth. And there is. http://3rm.info/mainnews/60697-zavoevatelyam-vazhno-obrabotat-podrastayuschee-po
    kolenie-za-reformoy-obrazovaniya-rf-stoyat-specsluzhby-ssha-on-chetverikova.html
  32. captain
    captain 18 January 2017 19: 13
    +1
    Thanks to the Leninists, they made a lot of people convicts and dispossessed. The author did not conclude which government created reserves for crime. The author did not indicate where the people's love for crime came from. The author did not specify. that Comrade Kotovsky had a tattoo of a "thief" for centuries and he was not the only one among the great Bolsheviks .. The author did not indicate how the Bolsheviks treated the criminal authorities before 1917 and after.
  33. Vadim loop
    Vadim loop 22 January 2017 14: 10
    +1
    Quote: gendir.grifon
    It seems that our education above is controlled by enemies, traitors and pests ... When will they die then ...


    "If it rains or hails, it's Putin's fault."
    What a convenient position, if there is garbage in the country, the main thing is to appoint the culprit, the civic duty has been fulfilled.

    - And you bring up your sons, also to hatred of the authorities, well then do not be offended when they get into criminal structures.
    - And how many children did you take from orphanages? How many educated patriots of the country?
    - And how many children have you explained that convicts are losers, and not "go nuts what important people."
    - And how many children, like Makarenko, from crime returned to normal life?

    (They don’t have enough sports clubs, a panacea, but where did all the groups originate? Is it in the school of ballroom dancing?)
    The position "I expressed everything on the Internet, and then it's not my problem" SHIKARNA !!!!

    Does the family no longer have to raise children?
    Who is preventing the introduction of "ideology" in the family? Once?
    Who hinders the conduct of propaganda against the "convict ideology"?
    Chkalov, Gagarin, Kozhedub are not authorities?
    Well then, excuse me, it remains to write a letter to Putin. (Volodya, why don’t you catch mice?)
  34. Zweihander
    Zweihander 23 March 2017 11: 01
    0
    Youth in Chita, Irkutsk, etc. really lives (moves) on the prison theme. Been in those parts and talked with people. But the population has been poisoned for a long time, since the 50-60s, with an exacerbation in the 80-90s. There is only one antidote - the economic and cultural development of the region, and the treatment will last. I am afraid during the course of the life of an entire generation. I'm afraid that this will not happen in the next 50 years.
  35. osoboye_mneniye
    osoboye_mneniye April 28 2017 20: 58
    0
    I think that this condition of the population in remote regions of the country is due to its weak ideological training. Plus the mentality of nationalities. It has always been. And under the USSR. The war did not reach them. Neither under Peter I, nor under the Soviets. People do not know the taste of real deprivation and the real struggle for existence. The Soviets built something for them, tried to ennoble their life - there were positive changes. In the new Russia, on the contrary, everything was sacked - and the reverse process began. The exception is large industrial centers - Krasnoyarsk, Novosibirsk, Vladivostok, etc. In Khakassia was recently. Very specific edge. I’m entering from the Kranoyarsk Territory to Khakassia ... and as if I’ve got to another country. It’s like 10 years ago to cross the border between Russia and Belarus, only worse.
    No local and cheap measures, as the authorities fantasize, cannot solve the problem. As the previous commentator said, a whole generation should grow under the influence of a normal ideology. And for this it is necessary to develop the country, to develop regions, to ensure that people from cities with strong traditions go to work there and show by personal example that labor can make life happier than squeezing a penny from one's neighbor.
    For this, a whole program is needed. And there are two problems. The program will not be cheap. The labor class in Russia has been improved over the past 25 years. The oligarchs are too stupid and greedy to finance this banquet. They row well for themselves, but they don’t understand how it will end.
    The state’s means of earning (production) were seized by the same oligarchs, therefore our state is impoverished and completely dependent on capitalists.
    In general, one must act very quickly. But something tells me that anyway, the story will end either with a revolution, because bad people will not give up power and money, or the Russian population will degenerate into the same infantile bunnies as in Syria, Libya, Iraq, Egypt, Ukraine, etc., which later bring the country to enemies on a silver platter. So far, we are confidently following the second option.
  36. Akkypamucm
    Akkypamucm 13 September 2017 12: 20
    0
    We ourselves have given the prerequisites for this. Talk about dysfunctional families, this is for lazy people and weak-willed. I know guys from "bad" families who have grown up as worthy people - cultural, decent and competent. And examples of snickering "golden youth" are at everyone's ears. No need to "reinvent the wheel" ... only irresponsibility breeds impunity!