So, after the genocide in the nineties, which we actually forgot and forgave, a new wave of anti-Russian has begun in Tajikistan. Well, God bless her, with the Christmas tree, Santa Claus and Snow Maiden. They were there, actually, he had never been born, and it is possible to survive. Ethnically. Although the prohibition was definitely not worth it, if only because it is absolutely apolitical and kindly characters.
29 April, the Tajik authorities officially banned the citizens of their country from wearing Russian surnames and patronymic. That is, those that end in "-ov", "-ov", "-ovich" and "-ovna".
- If the situation does not change, then in 10 years our children will be divided into two groups, one will be proud of their Tajik names, the other will be carried by strangers. We must have national and patriotic feelings, ”said Jaloliddin Rakhimov, deputy head of the civil registry office.
But surnames, patronymic than guilty? What is reminded of some kind of community with us Russians? Strange.
Forgive me, gentlemen, Tajik national patriots, maybe, following the example of our former Baltic brethren, do you have something to remember and invoice?
However, the non-Russians overthrew the president in the already distant 1992 year, the non-Russians unleashed a civil war, calling for help all the Islamist blackness, starting from the Taliban and ending with Al-Qaeda.
Russians began to die at the hands of the Tajiks in 1990. This topic has been written enough by people who fled from Tajikistan in horror. And how many of those who did not have time, who died at the hands of those who were mad with "freedom"?
In the 1990 year in Tajikistan lived the most southern Russian community of the former USSR, numbering 437 thousands of people. After the civil war and general impoverishment in this now independent republic, no more than 40 thousand Russian-speaking citizens remained.
Finally get rid of? Your right, Mr. Rakhmonov.
Another question is whether the Russians from the 201 brigade will save your skin, as they once saved Nabiyev. Good such question.
But I will not go into further details. I will not begin to kindle.
However, I will note that everything that Mr. Rakhmonov does completely falls under the category of ethnocide.
If you translate into Russian, it does not arrive in a neighborly way.
And here the remark is no longer in the direction of Rakhmonov. Apparently, he feels well in his chair, since he allows himself to make such proposals. A note towards our authorities.
The above-mentioned Dzhaloliddin Rakhimov said that with residents who want to keep the end names, for example, "ov", "ova", "ovich", "ram" in the names of their children, explanatory work is being conducted.
“We, talking with them, explain that the goal is the Tajikization of surnames. If the situation does not change, then in ten years our children will be divided into two groups, one will bear Tajik names, the other will be carried by strangers. We must have and develop our national and patriotic feelings "
I think that we, Russians, Russians, in the person of our elected President and the government formed by him, must fight against such things. Imposing instead of Russian Tajik names, while calling these names "strangers", and saying that other people's names can split the society - this cannot be bypassed.
On the one hand, if a person is a citizen of Tajikistan, then this is his personal business, what name should he give to his child. However, if this person is Russian, then forcibly his otadzhikivat like not quite decent and legal.
Many sites have already sounded terrible appeals to the crowd of Tajiks working in Russia and living at the expense of these earnings. And, I note, in the independent poverty of Tajikistan, they live this well. A few years ago I came across Tajiks and Uzbeks working in Russia. Yes, frankly bestial existence here turns around built houses and a good life there.
The problem is not the point. Although the cheapness and unpretentiousness of migrant workers, too.
The problem is that we, Russia, have an obligation to protect Russians everywhere. And not necessarily with tanks and a soldier. It can be simpler and better.
If a person wants to remain Russian, if he wants his children to wear Russian surname, first name, patronymic name, and the Tajik is forcibly imposed on him, here we must act differently.
The program of assistance to compatriots abroad should be reviewed, and revised qualitatively. Ukrainian events have shown that we are not ready to protect ours. It is their own, those who would like to come to Russia not as a refugee and live for alms from good people, while the FMS will issue all the documents.
Such a person, unlike Gaster, will not come to sit out on the allowance. He is ready to come to work, pay taxes and be an ordinary citizen of the country. His, I note, the country, by the right of his birth.
So, we must think how to create such conditions. And by whom.
By the way, at the expense of someone - here you can save on Gaster. Reduce the quota for entry and work, and deal with the end. Based on 1 to 50. One Russian moved in - 50 Tajiks stayed at home. Yes, the license of one such Gaster - 4 thousands per month. Loss for the budget? Yes, a loss. But we are talking about the fact that the Russian was good or at least satisfactory.
I think that one Russian is worth 50 Tajiks. Moreover, all the money earned by them flies abroad and enriches the "foremen."
In Soviet times, people somehow did not bother about how and where to live. The party said "We must!", The people went. My grandfather Baikonur built, my father was born in Dzhezkazgan (old). Yes, it would have remained all there, if after Baikonur another object had not been built. But it is still not clear where I would live, and which citizen I was a citizen of.
Our authorities very much need to think about immigration policy. Very much.
Russia has shown that if anything - we are again strong and bad. Like good old times. And as in the same times, love and adoration will not add to us.
Presumably, the first swallows are still flying. The prohibition of Russian customs abroad, the prohibition of language, the struggle with all Russian.
Because when the next fighters for the purity of the blood of the nation start killing the Russians again, it will be too late.