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The mayor of Riga about those who are going to ban Russian schools in Latvia: "Nerds trying to earn political capital on children"

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Riga Mayor Nil Ushakov, to put it mildly, unflatteringly spoke about those Latvian officials who offer to leave training in Latvia exclusively in Latvian. In an interview with a Latvian newspaper Latvijas avīze Ushakov said that someone is simply going to make political capital for themselves at the expense of children.


The mayor of Riga about those who are going to ban Russian schools in Latvia: "Nerds trying to earn political capital on children"


TASS gives a fragment of the statement of the Riga mayor:
We live in a fragile world, full of problems - what will happen to the EU, to refugees, and, I apologize, some nerds cannot be allowed to earn political capital at the expense of children. Now I am in favor of the fact that the existing system in national minority schools in Latvia should not be touched in any way. It works perfectly, and for her, no one should be allowed to collect political points.


At the same time, Nil Ushakov added that graduates, for example, Russian-speaking schools, know the Latvian language sometimes better than graduates of schools where instruction is conducted exclusively in Latvian. According to the mayor of the Latvian capital, education in Russian-language schools is conducted on the basis of programs approved by the Latvian core ministry, and therefore there is nothing illegal in the existence of such schools in Latvia.

It should be recalled that as soon as the new Cabinet of Ministers is in power in Latvia, the topic of persecution of the Russian language and Russian-speaking schools immediately rises. Apparently, the country's authorities forget that the number of Russian-speaking citizens in the country exceeds 43% of the total population of the proud Baltic republic, and that the opinion of these citizens is hard to ignore.
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  1. MARK
    MARK 3 March 2016 18: 31 New
    25
    It is impossible to ban Russia, as long as this world exists ...
    1. GSH-18
      GSH-18 3 March 2016 18: 38 New
      15
      The Mayor of Riga about those who are going to ban Russian schools in Latvia: "Nerds ...

      To keep away from the Russian military threat in Latvia is fashionable.
      Under this Nata loot charges, and many other nishtyakov from pindostan ... wassat
      1. cniza
        cniza 3 March 2016 18: 57 New
        23
        Well done Ushakov is fighting, but I can imagine how hard it is for him.
        1. cheap trick
          cheap trick 3 March 2016 21: 36 New
          +2
          he has a very strong position and support in Latvia. here in lithuania and estonia, things are completely at the seams with Russian-speaking politicians. They all pushed aside, and criminal cases were opened on some.
        2. andris_74
          andris_74 3 March 2016 23: 13 New
          +5
          A good mayor does more for the city than all taken together before him, because the residents of Riga do not let him gobble it up long ago.
        3. Starover_Z
          Starover_Z 4 March 2016 00: 09 New
          +1
          Quote: cniza
          Well done Ushakov is fighting, but I can imagine how hard it is for him.

          Another 40 years have not yet struck, such in other CIS countries advocate for a "new" government, anti-Russian ...
          And then independent thinking ...
          I do not write that it is pro-Russian, but there is something in the head of a person!
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      3. bocsman
        bocsman 3 March 2016 22: 52 New
        +1
        Quote: GSH-18
        It’s fashionable to fight off the Russian military threat in Latvia. Underneath this, Nat’s loot is charging, and many other nishtyaks are

        There is no freebie from fascington other than a pat on the ass. There is an increase in the military budget due to health care, social protection, education! Well, and an unspoken permission to steal the budget. As it is, He is of course p.d.o.n.k. but this is our p.o.d.n.o.k. This is about the Latvian "elite" in power.
        1. Moore
          Moore 4 March 2016 02: 39 New
          0
          Well, for example, there are 800 lyamo Euros per year for all kinds of projects. Last year, 100 didn’t even figure out where to master it.
          And in the second part I agree to half. Not our he, albeit p-to. The main strategy of him and Mamykins is to use the Russian-speaking electorate for political goals, but God forbid in conjunction with Russia. It is enough to read Ms's articles about the eastern neighbor and his people.
          Something like this ...
    2. vovanpain
      vovanpain 3 March 2016 18: 52 New
      21
      Quote: MARK
      It is impossible to ban Russia, as long as this world exists ...

      Well, dill tried in 2014 and what did you get? Civil war in the Donbass, Crimea fled home to Russia, a lot of problems in the economy, the country is actually occupied by mattresses, and soon there will be no able-bodied population in the Baltic, everyone who can scatter across Europe. requestAnd so there would be no riots. The NATO troops have pulled the entire Baltic.
      1. TEA
        TEA 3 March 2016 19: 23 New
        +5
        Quote: vovanpain
        Well, dill tasted in 2014 and what got

        Alas, they were pawns in the big game! I feel sorry for them, but they themselves are to blame ...
    3. Samaritan
      Samaritan 3 March 2016 19: 13 New
      +6
      The mayor is handsome, understands perfectly well where the main money comes from!
    4. vodolaz
      vodolaz 3 March 2016 20: 15 New
      +1
      Yes, their languages ​​will soon become dead, and they all pose as proud and independent states.
    5. avebersek
      avebersek 3 March 2016 22: 49 New
      +3
      I myself grew up in Lithuania, there are many of ours. Moreover, the local themselves are to blame, spread rot all Russian.
  2. Russian jacket
    Russian jacket 3 March 2016 18: 32 New
    10
    And how has he not been recorded as Putin’s agents? laughing
    1. Samaritan
      Samaritan 3 March 2016 21: 15 New
      0
      Yes, it’s been recorded for a long time, simply the Latvians are in principle normal, I would put it as appropriate: Latvians, Estonians, Lithuanians, and somewhere between them Ukrainians. ..
      1. andris_74
        andris_74 3 March 2016 23: 24 New
        0
        By nationality, the adequacy is not judged correctly, the percentage of clinical ones is almost the same everywhere and it is low, another thing is that many do not know how to think and evaluate critically, they are driven by the fact that they drive in every day. Familiar and worked with dozens of Balts, Poles, Ukrainians and other Moldovans.
  3. Kibl
    Kibl 3 March 2016 18: 38 New
    25
    Neil has problems with the administration of Riga, but who doesn’t have it? He has long been expected to be the Prime Minister of Latvia, but the local Natsik choppers will lay their bones to prevent this! Well, smart leaders are not needed in Latvia, they are not needed! It’s better to put another ram, shuffle the cabinet and everything in a bunch! From year to year, the ministers are simply transferred to other ministries, well, just like in Grandfather Krylov’s fable! The musicians are bad, UUUUUUU sssssststsuuki !!!!
    1. dog78
      dog78 3 March 2016 20: 44 New
      +5
      Neil is a Russian man, I wonder how he is still working as mayor, or are Latvians progressing?
  4. Alexander 3
    Alexander 3 3 March 2016 18: 38 New
    0
    What is the contagious disease of ukromaniya, latemania, etc. Flag to you all in .....
  5. Arktidianets
    Arktidianets 3 March 2016 18: 41 New
    +5
    Ushakov well done, not afraid to tell the truth
  6. mr.grin19z
    mr.grin19z 3 March 2016 18: 42 New
    +1
    right now they are pecking and on the other hand you need to express your opinion
  7. Izotovp
    Izotovp 3 March 2016 18: 51 New
    +6
    43% is temporary. Gradually, their number will decrease as the more popular for them will be Latvian and English. And then the final conquest of this territory will take place. A conquered country does not become when the soldier’s boot is approved, but when the language is changed and the children are brought up in the right direction. This already happened in Russia when they switched from the Glagolitic to Cyrillic and only the top story remained, this is now happening before our eyes in the territory of Kievan Rus: the forcible introduction of artificial newspeak under the brand of the Ukrainian language and the teaching of history to children in it.
  8. ava09
    ava09 3 March 2016 18: 53 New
    -6
    (C) "Nerds trying to make political capital on children" (C)
    1. The enemy of the Russians, even in Latvia, is not necessarily a nerd ...
    2. Political capital cannot be earned on children.
    The warped consciousness of the children will bear fruit later, the consequences will be destructive and unpredictable as well as in Ukraine and in Russia as well.
    So far, the desire to earn "political capital" can be traced in Ushakov himself, because he does not call the enemy an enemy.
  9. afrikanez
    afrikanez 3 March 2016 18: 53 New
    +1
    I think that Russians living in Latvia will never forget their native language. But even if they forget, then they are worthless. the choice in any case for the Latvians.
    1. aleks_29296
      aleks_29296 3 March 2016 20: 00 New
      +1
      Quote: afrikanez
      I think that Russians living in Latvia will never forget their native language. But even if they forget, then they are worthless. the choice in any case for the Latvians.


      It all depends on the education of young generations.
      Quote: Izotovp
      43% is temporary. Gradually, their number will decrease as the more popular for them will be Latvian and English. And then the final conquest of this territory will take place. A conquered country does not become when the soldier’s boot is approved, but when the language is changed and the children are brought up in the right direction.

      Sadly, this is a harsh truth.
      1. marna
        marna 3 March 2016 23: 52 New
        0
        Quote: aleks_29296
        It all depends on the education of young generations.

        There, the generations of the cat already cried. They stretched west and further back in the 90s, so the need to learn the Russian language will die out over time by itself.
    2. Samaritan
      Samaritan 3 March 2016 21: 19 New
      +1
      Who forgot - he re-learned, so in the summer hundreds of thousands of Petersburgers have a rest, as in Tallinn ...
  10. tsvetkov1274
    tsvetkov1274 3 March 2016 18: 58 New
    -1
    Of course this is good, but it seems to me another PR from the mayor ... (when I wrote, it seems to me, the song sounded about a wedge of cranes from a young Cabzon ... coincidence, I don’t think ....
  11. avg-mgn
    avg-mgn 3 March 2016 19: 00 New
    +9
    Teach son, we are near. We are waiting for you!
    1. tsvetkov1274
      tsvetkov1274 3 March 2016 19: 03 New
      +2
      Not long left ... we will come to you (arrive, arrive)
  12. igorra
    igorra 3 March 2016 19: 03 New
    +2
    But I still believe that the day will come and he will be elected president, the people will still get tired of all this lies.
    1. TEA
      TEA 3 March 2016 19: 20 New
      +4
      Quote: igorra
      But I still believe that the day will come and he will be elected president, the people will still get tired of all this lies.

      And then they will choose another and again from the beginning .. They are all slimy there, they were and will be! There is just enough for Russia to adapt to other countries .. The world should be built for us! (Maybe we can live peacefully ..)
    2. PCF
      PCF 3 March 2016 19: 33 New
      +6
      Prezika in Latvia is elected by the parliament - 100 corrupt snouts.
      They will never miss an unnecessary person
  13. Dr. Bormental
    Dr. Bormental 3 March 2016 19: 05 New
    10
    I generally wonder how Neil Ushakov is still alive there. Well done man, leads the right policy.
  14. bikeev1234
    bikeev1234 3 March 2016 19: 19 New
    +4
    I take off my hat, there are still adequate people in the world
  15. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 3 March 2016 19: 31 New
    +2
    Latvia, Latvia! Where are you going? Why does this question arise at all? And such categories of the population are “not citizens”. Untermensch of fascist Germany. And the tolerant geyrope giggles shyly, turning away and not noticing ...
    1. PCF
      PCF 3 March 2016 19: 45 New
      +7
      In Latvia, according to off-data, a million were blamed for earnings in Europe, and according to eyes, most of the people under 40 turned up the shelter. In the glorious port city of Liepaja (the former largest base of the DKBF), out of almost 200 thousand under the Union, about 70 thousand remained, while the economically active population that pays taxes remained about 30 thousand (for 2015).
      So here we are taking leaps and bounds into the hidden depths of the European anus
      1. Alibekulu
        Alibekulu 4 March 2016 10: 03 New
        0
        Quote: cth; fyn
        Ushakov, a familiar surname ... How did he with such a name, which is inscribed in golden letters in Russian history, managed to become the mayor of such a large city as Riga (by local standards, of course) in a Russophobic country like Latvia?
        Well so democracy is negative in Geyrope .. tea is not Russia with 146%
        Quote: PCF
        In Latvia, on off-off data, a million dumped to work at Eyropa
        But I wonder why you didn't "dumped" to Russia request? Do you really like to live in the secret depths of the Eurasian anus .. belay repeat
  16. Altona
    Altona 3 March 2016 19: 34 New
    +1
    They will soon speak Arabic and Pashto, but cling to Russian. D, B.
  17. sharp-lad
    sharp-lad 3 March 2016 20: 12 New
    +3
    Unfortunately, we and you have too many nerds. sad Among my relatives, friends and acquaintances of Latvians, this is not a question; it is enough for them that a Russian child who has graduated from almost a Russian school in Latvia is able to communicate reasonably in Latvian, write and read fluently without too serious mistakes. I repeat once again, we have too many cretins breaking into power, but it's a pity.
    1. cheap trick
      cheap trick 3 March 2016 21: 42 New
      +1
      the same thing in Lithuania. they learn the Lithuanian language, learned well done, it didn’t work out, they help. and Lithuanians and Lithuanians themselves look crookedly at the politicians !!! they already got everyone.
  18. Ratmir_Ryazan
    Ratmir_Ryazan 3 March 2016 20: 13 New
    0
    It seems that the Baltic states have begun to rock ... the United States wants to provoke the Russian revolt of the Russian world through its puppets and then blame Russia for everything ... They really need to declare Russia an evil empire again in order to completely block Russian hydrocarbon exports to Europe, because they they want to occupy this market themselves, but they can’t do it by market means, their liquefied gas is much more expensive than our pipeline ...
  19. Ros 56
    Ros 56 3 March 2016 20: 43 New
    0
    I watch, if there is an opportunity for his position in relation to the Russians. In my opinion, one of the few pragmatists understands that you need to look at least 20-30 years ahead.
  20. MARK
    MARK 3 March 2016 21: 18 New
    +1
    Here is the result (in Ukraine or in Russia))) The rot is too cunning ...
    1. avebersek
      avebersek 3 March 2016 22: 51 New
      +1
      Yeah, Hello from Saratov! You zelinsky scum and a traitor go to the Arabs in Europe ... They will understand ....
  21. Pitot
    Pitot 4 March 2016 03: 10 New
    +1
    The world exists as long as Russia exists.
  22. cth; fyn
    cth; fyn 4 March 2016 09: 36 New
    +1
    Ushakov, a familiar surname ... How did he with such a name, which is inscribed in golden letters in Russian history, managed to become the mayor of such a large city as Riga (by local standards, of course) in a Russophobic country like Latvia?