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Non-living intelligentsia attended to an increase in the number of migrants expelled from Russia by a court decision

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Realizing that the misinformational mockery of the "Immortal Regiment", as well as statements in the style "It would be better to replace the salute on 9 in May, the roads in the country were repaired" are not found in society, nepolivaya intellectuals decided to find a new reason for sprinkling saliva. It all started with the fact that a group of so-called human rights activists suddenly decided to attend to the fact that they began to encounter labor (and unearned) migrants on the streets of individual Russian cities.


Non-living intelligentsia attended to an increase in the number of migrants expelled from Russia by a court decision


Go, you understand, such human rights activists in Moscow, and instead of Tajik Bakhtiyor, Uncle Vanya sweeps the yard ... They asked in the hope that Uncle Vanya was "at least" from Moldova, but no - he said that from the Bryansk Region he decided to work in Moscow ... And then human rights activists frowned and expressed their concerns: they say, where are Bakhtiyor and Khodzhahmed? .. You understand, where did the “bloody Kremlin regime” separate guests of the capital and other Russian cities, formerly millions of sunny republics come from?

Then they decided to count the number of migrants from Russia who left recently - first of all by the decision of the Russian judicial authorities in connection with the decisions made on expulsion for various reasons.

Before presenting numerical data voiced by non-profit media (such as Medusa, Mr. Kasparov’s website and RBC) and human rights activists (and the Civic Assistance Committee collected such information), you should allow yourself a comment.

It's an amazing thing, but still quite recently, the same non-living media outlets with a malicious grin were telling about the fall of the Russian ruble and that, on this basis, guest workers would literally throw in a shaft from Russia, “leaving the economy in ruins”. And even earlier, the same non-living published materials, which stated that the Russian authorities "sold the interests of Russian citizens, attracting guest workers from the near abroad." That is, at first they were concerned about the influx of migrants, then they attended to the fact that, you see, migrants suffered economic losses due to the collapse of the ruble, and now a new day - new concerns. Why, they say, the Russian courts have more often decided to expel the “guests”. Moreover, issues related to the fact that the majority of those who are being expelled either do not have permission to work in the Russian Federation, or have problems with the law, or both, are non-living horns are hardly interested. For them, the main thing is to raise another wave, on which one can at least somehow try to go to the level of public hype that is desired for them.

So, about the numbers.

Human rights activists from the above-mentioned organization prepared a report with a hinting title: “Administrative expulsions from Russia - legal proceedings or mass expulsions?” The report states that the number of court decisions in cases of administrative expulsion from the Russian Federation from 2013 to 2015 years (decisions in favor of expulsion) amounted to more than 513 thousand. About 98% decisions are associated with the letter of the 18.8 and 18.10 articles of the Administrative Code of the RF.

Art.18.8
Violation by a foreign citizen or stateless person of the rules of entry into the Russian Federation or of the regime of stay (residence) in the Russian Federation.

Art.18.10
Illegal employment by a foreign citizen or stateless person in the Russian Federation.


It is noted that more than others in the issue of expulsion of migrant workers and other guests of Russia who have problems with the observance of the Administrative Code, the capital has succeeded. So, in Moscow in the period from 2013 to 2015, 154,2 made thousands of expulsion decisions. This is against the background of at least 4-5 million migrants who live almost permanently in Moscow.

And human rights activists "sounded the alarm." It is said that if in Russia as a whole there is a decline in the number of decisions made in favor of expulsion, then in Moscow such a decline is not recorded. Where - they say - recession? ..

And human rights activists are “sounding the alarm” about the fact that over the period from 2013 to 2015, the FMS of Russia denied about 1,6 million foreign citizens to enter the territory of the Russian Federation. And among the rejected were citizens of Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, Sudan, Syria, other states. Apparently, human rights activists would very much like to see these ladies and gentlemen as guests in their own apartments and houses, give them their jobs, but the “bloody regime in the face of the FMS” violated their outstanding hospitable plans, literally cutting off 1,6 million potential friends of Russia .. .

Apparently, these anxious human rights defenders are the very people who applaud Frau Merkel's decisions about the policy of the so-called open doors. And if so, then human rights defenders who are concerned about the expulsion of migrants on the basis of court decisions, would be worth taking out those deported under their human rights wing and writing a letter to Angela Merkel asking everyone to accept in the near future. For Merkel, as it turns out from her rhetoric, it is not so important - three million or three and a half, five million or six have arrived - he will say to everyone and find refuge. Until recently, the background of Merkel’s rhetoric was the same: Wilcomen, dear migrant, do you want - pick up the skirts and rape German women in front of the police at the station square, do you want - sleep on the tracks waiting for the whole port quarter to Hamburg , and if you want, come to the chancellor himself for a selfie and a demand to increase unemployment benefits ...

And for human rights advocates and non-living media, the answer is the same: well, haven't you been calling the majority of Russians non-sovereign and non-European lately? And indeed, where are we to the hospitality and tolerance of Merkel, whose speeches in the Bundestag will soon be broadcast in Arabic with German captions ...
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  1. moskowit
    moskowit 12 May 2016 06: 38
    +91
    Isn't it worth it to send these same “human rights activists” for some time and repair them ...
    1. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich 12 May 2016 06: 57
      +39
      decided to take care that on the streets of individual Russian cities it seems like in smaller numbers they began to meet labor (and unearned) migrants
      .
      Quote: moskowit
      Isn't it worth it to send these same “human rights activists” for some time and repair them ...

      and when the roads are repaired, these "human rights activists" are expelled to Europe, there are enough emigrants dear to their hearts ...
      1. Andrey K
        Andrey K 12 May 2016 08: 06
        +24
        You are very harsh laughing
        I propose a milder option, for one week, for just one - to add such "pgavozshchitnikov", for example, to a team of builders, well, or janitors ... laughing
        I’m sure the values ​​in this life, they will change dramatically laughing
        1. Volga Cossack
          Volga Cossack 12 May 2016 08: 22
          +1
          YOU are right, this is the way out !!!! and I’m sure the values ​​will be changed in one fell swoop)))))) it would even be funny to see ...... but alas, not feasible .....
          1. Diana Ilyina
            Diana Ilyina 12 May 2016 09: 11
            +59
            Quote: Volga Cossack
            YOU are right, this is the way out !!!! and I’m sure the values ​​will be changed in one fell swoop)))))) it would even be funny to see ...... but alas, not feasible .....


            You know, at another time I probably would have agreed with you, but such "human rights activists" as the same living gozman or the deceased Novodvorskaya are not subject to re-education! For them, only complete disposal and nothing else! And that's why. You don't think these citizens are absolutely stupid, do you ?! No, most of them know the situation very well and know very well that they will be sent to a brigade with Tajiks for a week with them. And nothing will happen! The Tajiks will blow off dust particles from them, because even if dysentery happens to them, the world press will immediately spread the news that the "bloody tyrant" Putin personally tried to poison the fighter against the "bloody gebnya", the giant of thought and the father of Russian democracy, Gozman. pretending to be a Tajik guest worker! These ghouls behave this way because they know the United States is behind them.

            In general, I am sorry that this is not the 37th year, as our president said. Comrade Stalin, along with comrade Beria, knew how to find the RIGHT approach to this audience: someone to settle, someone to work for 20 years, and someone to help the ice ax! So such people are not re-educated by such methods as you propose, such only according to Stalin’s need.

            P.S. A minus article apparently gozman, Kasparov and Kasyanov set ?!
            1. alekc75
              alekc75 12 May 2016 09: 25
              +2
              keep plus from me
            2. Essex62
              Essex62 12 May 2016 13: 27
              0
              Your post was read by dear Diana, with each letter of which I completely agree, by the way, and I understood the Civil War did not end. Comes, comes swearing. Almost a century has passed
              1. Diana Ilyina
                Diana Ilyina 12 May 2016 15: 05
                +7
                Quote: Essex62
                Your post was read by dear Diana, with each letter of which I completely agree, by the way, and I understood the Civil War did not end. Comes, comes swearing. Almost a century has passed


                Yes, this war will come back to us more than once!
              2. uwzek
                uwzek 12 May 2016 19: 39
                0
                Quote: Essex62
                understood the civil war did not end

                And against whom, soldier, are you fighting?
            3. gladcu2
              gladcu2 12 May 2016 15: 16
              +4
              Diana Ilyina

              No need to regret 37. Once Stalin made indulgence and raked the heat with his own hands. There simply was no time for educating the masses. People should be able to make the right choice. And for the right choice you need information so that there is something to choose.

              And the author correctly emphasized.

              Add.

              Modern society should be formed as follows.

              State and people. And no layer of large private capital. If capital wants to have the right to life, let people fit harmoniously into the word people. Capital has no rights to be connected with the state.
              1. uwzek
                uwzek 12 May 2016 19: 42
                -1
                Quote: gladcu2
                State and people

                And share everything!
            4. uncle forest
              uncle forest 12 May 2016 18: 30
              +1
              and from me +100500 pluses
            5. uwzek
              uwzek 12 May 2016 19: 35
              +2
              Quote: Diana Ilyina
              In general, I am sorry that now is not the 37th year,

              I'm not so sorry it's not 37 now! If you are so judicious and faithful to the precepts (so I think that you went to church at Easter too), think offhand how many similar things (not to you, but to the resource described in the article) were in Beria's times and how much is it now? Then there were millions of political prisoners, now - all over the country, with all the desire, you can't arrange hundreds of them if you don't try to "search"! Here you can calmly involve both the author of the article (why does he compare the bastard of the Bryansk janitor with the Tajik? Does he want to show that people live in Bryansk no better than in Tajikistan? And they need to go to Moscow for slavery?), And you personally ( why do you disagree with our President, if only because of 37?).
              What is the point? The pitiful mass of that "host of enemies" with which the author scares us will not only not drop anything or break anything, but it will not even build anything, no matter how you force it (well, what useful things can your Gozman and the late Mrs. Novodvorskaya do, even if you the last of them will be publicly raped while alive (how many square decimeters of Russian roads will he restore to you after that (and even before that)?).
              Yes, when the old conveyor belt of the times of Beria, made by prisoners, began to be broken at our plant, it was not blown up, and when they decided to expand the plant at the expense of construction projects from the time of the late Soviet Union, it turned out that the concrete structures of the 1s were so dead that the costs were almost meaningless ... Now I will note that tanks were riveted in the destroyed workshop throughout the war (this is exactly the conveyor that is shown in old military newsreels, from which 80 thousand tanks went into the war (and twice as many after it). And the "new building" I mentioned was intended now for production “reinforcement.” But it’s not about Beria! In the 35th year, the concrete was not. and the metal wasn’t. In the 38th year, there were already both metal and concrete. Now the authorities are there. Do you really believe that from rotten iron, rotten concrete and no asphalt, even a bunch of prisoners can produce at least something?
              1. BARKHAN
                BARKHAN 13 May 2016 12: 11
                +6
                Quote: uwzek
                I'm not so sorry that now is not the 37th

                Quote: uwzek
                No need to regret 37

                Quote: uwzek
                In general, I am sorry that now is not the 37th year,

                And why did the 37th year go about it? They cleaned up constantly from 1917 to 2016. It was just that they cleaned the top and the assets of the Communists in 1937, that's what I remember. And Beria’s claims for the 37th are generally ridiculous. He took over as People’s Commissar 25: Yes, at least on Wikipedia or something, read who Beria really was and what he was doing.
                ALL !!! written about Stalin's time, written by enemies of various stripes, especially liberals of the 90s.
                There were times like this. And under Ivan the Terrible they planted a stake. And under Peter the First they chopped heads (the king personally chopped, it was the case) ... Under Stalin, they made people work more humane. Now they shoot enemies under Putin (I'm not talking about Nemtsov, but about terrorists) ...
                For the sake of comparison, take an interest in what happened in the 37th in England, in Germany, in Japan, in the USA ... and be very surprised. The Stalinist regime in comparison will not seem so bloody.
                1. Weyland
                  Weyland 13 May 2016 23: 27
                  0
                  Quote: Barkhan
                  And why did the 37th go about it. Year, like a year.


                  Because it is at 37m among the repressedthe vast majority were party members! laughing
            6. Weyland
              Weyland 12 May 2016 19: 39
              +1
              Quote: Diana Ilyina
              In general, I am sorry that this is not the 37th year, as our president said. Comrade Stalin, along with comrade Beria, knew how to find the RIGHT approach to this audience: someone to settle, someone to work for 20 years, and someone to help the ice ax! So such people are not re-educated by such methods as you propose, such only according to Stalin’s need.


              Harshly ... I will quote Solzhenitsyn, so unloved by you (about his accomplice, for the correspondence with whom he sat down - and who later criticized Solzhenitsyn for his "Archipelago"): "Or maybe it was not necessary to put him in prison - and it was enough just to flog?" laughing
            7. sergo42
              sergo42 12 May 2016 20: 47
              +5
              The most annoying thing is that all these liberoids-human rights defenders themselves will never leave here, despite their nagging! Their Western masters need them only here, where the stench is stronger from them. Therefore, they must be deprived of their citizenship and thrown out of the country, along with their illegal wards!
            8. PHANTOM-AS
              PHANTOM-AS 12 May 2016 21: 24
              0
              Quote: Diana Ilyina
              In general, I am sorry that this is not the 37th year, as our president said.

              our president is a true liberal.
              Quote: Diana Ilyina
              So such people are not re-educated by such methods as you propose, such only according to Stalin’s need.

              To do this, you must at least return the USSR.
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        3. Alex
          Alex 12 May 2016 11: 08
          +3
          Quote: Andrey K
          add such "pgavozshchitnikov", for example, to a team of builders, or janitors ...
          And do you call this option softer? lol Yes, you are a sadist, my friend ... laughing
        4. AllXVahhaB
          AllXVahhaB 14 May 2016 11: 40
          0
          Do builders and janitors? It is quite possible) If this infection infected Russians with brains in the 90s, then today's semi-literate Tajiks ...
      2. pilot8878
        pilot8878 12 May 2016 09: 09
        +4
        Quote: Andrey Yurievich
        when the roads are repaired, expel these "human rights defenders" to Europe

        No, they are not needed in Europe either, but we still need it: to provide assistance in agriculture, mining, and other hard work, with a ban on holding leadership positions. Then they will never even open their mouths.
      3. Jackking
        Jackking 12 May 2016 09: 52
        +3
        It is better to be deported to those countries for which they care so much for migrants - there their care will probably be counted!
        1. Revolver
          Revolver 12 May 2016 15: 14
          +1
          In America, there are also opponents of illegal immigration, Trump is the most prominent of them today, but not the only one. One of their slogans is what part of the word "illegal" do you not understand? [which part of the word "illegal" you don't understand?]
          1. gladcu2
            gladcu2 12 May 2016 17: 49
            +2
            Revolver

            Wrong emigrant policy is a weapon of undermining statehood.

            Trump, judging by his criticism, wants to restore state control of the basic and basic functions of the state in the United States. Since the politicians there have already flirted with maneuvering between the interests of large private capital and the limiting, controlling function of the state.

            This is a system of lobbying interests, you know it with a very bad smell.
    2. Amurets
      Amurets 12 May 2016 06: 58
      +6
      Quote: moskowit
      Isn't it worth it to send these same “human rights activists” for some time and repair them ...

      They removed the language! But there is a proposal. All of these groaning human rights defenders should be sent, forcibly, to do what the migrants did.
    3. cap
      cap 12 May 2016 07: 03
      +2
      Quote: moskowit
      Isn't it worth it to send these same “human rights activists” for some time and repair them ...


      Why only roads, let the qualifiers work there?
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      2. Andrey Yuryevich
        Andrey Yuryevich 12 May 2016 07: 09
        +8
        Quote: cap
        , let the qualification workers work there will be easier.

        "goldsmith" is a noble and respected profession! (they used to get cologne for free!) smile
        1. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 12 May 2016 07: 35
          0
          Quote: Andrey Yurievich
          ! (They used to give them cologne for free!)

          And the pan for free, to everyone’s head.
      3. BARKAS
        BARKAS 12 May 2016 07: 40
        +1
        Quote: cap
        , let the qualification workers work there will be easier.

        It won’t work, out of habit, everyone will fill up shit, let Salekhard-Igarka finish the road!
      4. Weyland
        Weyland 12 May 2016 20: 02
        +2
        Quote: cap
        let them work there as qualifiers


        More precisely, as the Strugatsky said:
        "The senior assistant of the junior scooper in the sewage wagon train at the cholera barracks"
        Only now ... what are the real scavengers? smile
        Like Schwartz, when King Cain of the 18th offers the clerk the post of prime minister. He replies:
        - No, Your Majesty, I do not want to - it hurts too dirty work!
    4. wasjasibirjac
      wasjasibirjac 12 May 2016 08: 21
      +1
      not. not worth it. sorry for the road. these are sooooo will configure and repair wassat
    5. Observer2014
      Observer2014 12 May 2016 08: 47
      +1
      moskowit (1) SU Today, 06:38 AM New
      Isn't it worth it to send these same “human rights activists” for some time and repair them ...

      Right! And in order to populate the cars with these same migrants, one at a time for a couple of years for prevention laughing
    6. siberalt
      siberalt 12 May 2016 08: 56
      +1
      And what did the guest workers have to do at Bolotnaya and other liberoid actions? Right! For mass, "the people are against", but for the grandmother. But don't stand up for them and you won't get "extras".
    7. Ros 56
      Ros 56 12 May 2016 09: 45
      0
      Quote: moskowit
      the most expensive and repaired ...


      I agree completely, for a period until the roads need to be repaired. laughing
    8. Vend
      Vend 12 May 2016 09: 48
      +5
      I see nothing wrong with the expulsion of illegal immigrants. Yes, and legal ones who violate the law must also be deported. And human rights activists keep silent about the expulsion of migrants from the EU to Turkey.
      1. gladcu2
        gladcu2 12 May 2016 19: 02
        0
        Vend

        Key, "expulsion of emigrants who break the law."

        But the immigrant law must be understood, published and realized. And most importantly, this law should not allow a double interpretation and the possibility of using it in fraudulent schemes. Ostensibly help in emigration.

        By the way about the laws that allow you to create fraud.

        About such laws, it is enough to write a letter to the website of state legislation.

        This is not squealing, but civil liability. Just describe the case of a bilingual interpretation of the law. And they will answer you for sure. (Must). No lawyers needed.
    9. MSL
      MSL 12 May 2016 11: 32
      0
      Quote: moskowit
      Isn't it worth it to send these same “human rights activists” for some time and repair them ...


      Well would! BUT they do such things as repair and nabuyut that after Them years to work and work, they can’t do a damn thing - neither drag nor pull, only thresh the tongue.
    10. Pomeranian
      Pomeranian 12 May 2016 22: 10
      0
      Quote: moskowit
      Isn't it worth it to send these same “human rights activists” for some time and repair them ...

      I am afraid that there will be no roads in the country at all. this public can only destroy.
      1. sherp2015
        sherp2015 19 May 2016 08: 35
        0
        Quote: Pomoryanin
        I am afraid that there will be no roads in the country at all. this public can only destroy.

        Under Stalin, this layer was still quite actively involved in building the economy.
    11. dmi.pris
      dmi.pris 13 May 2016 01: 10
      0
      A completely useless undertaking, these types have never held shovels in their hands .. Accordingly, they do not know how to work at all. They earn their living by writing articles and pushing at rallies and pickets, earning grants .. After such a "repair" of them, the road will come into complete disrepair. physical impotent .. damn.
    12. Sergey956
      Sergey956 13 May 2016 19: 47
      +1
      For this reason, the so-called human rights defenders make noise. There will be no migrants, human rights defenders will have to work on the construction of roads with shovels, not languages. The language is simpler, and you look, the United States will throw money.
    13. Sergey956
      Sergey956 13 May 2016 19: 47
      0
      For this reason, the so-called human rights defenders make noise. There will be no migrants, human rights defenders will have to work on the construction of roads with shovels, not languages. The language is simpler, and you look, the United States will throw money.
    14. Akuzenka
      Akuzenka 13 May 2016 21: 10
      0
      Ahahahaha. It’s scary to entrust them with a shovel - they won’t cope with such a complex tool.
    15. spiriolla-45
      spiriolla-45 14 May 2016 09: 26
      0
      Quote: moskowit
      Isn't it worth it to send these same “human rights activists” for some time and repair them ...

      But wouldn’t they be sent to Fr Merkel for permanent residence? This rotten layer, in life, is ready to blame everything in Russia and lick a point to any zapadents. it
      losers, whom the local "cattle" simply do not appreciate and cannot understand the impulses of their rotten soul.
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    17. BEECH 1972
      BEECH 1972 14 May 2016 12: 12
      0
      Quote: moskowit
      \\\ Isn't it worth it to send these very "human rights activists" for some time and repair these very roads.
      /// Roads to build it is unlikely, the plebeian labor was not sweet for them. But revenge is more familiar to them, as they are used to broomstick, waving, but only with their tongues. ツ
    18. Easyboss
      Easyboss 14 May 2016 12: 40
      -1
      Aren't you sorry for the roads? They only know how to language ...
  2. Mikhail m
    Mikhail m 12 May 2016 06: 43
    0
    Where, they say, is the recession? ..

    Here illegal migrants will end and there will be a recession. True, this will be perceived as a new reason for moaning.
  3. populist
    populist 12 May 2016 06: 51
    +3
    And if so, then human rights defenders who are concerned about the expulsion of migrants on the basis of judicial decisions should take the expelled under their human rights wing and write a letter to Angela Merkel with a request to accept everyone in the near future

    Would send to Merkelikha all migrants from Russia in general.
    There would be joy! Moreover - mutual!
    1. The Little Humpbacked Horse
      The Little Humpbacked Horse 12 May 2016 11: 04
      +5
      Quote: populist
      Would send to Merkelikha all migrants from Russia in general.


      By the way, in Europe, a migrant will not be able to occupy the workplace of a local resident, the union will not allow it. And on the contrary, it’s better for us to recruit foreigners who unfasten their bribes than they will give their work
      1. Anglorussian
        Anglorussian 12 May 2016 11: 49
        -1
        This is where in Europe so? Unfortunately, anti-discrimination legislation is written under these migrants themselves (as well as roosters and other minorities).
        In Europe, by the way, a migrant will not be able to occupy the workplace of a local resident, the union will not allow it.
  4. inkass_98
    inkass_98 12 May 2016 06: 54
    +13
    Fewer illegal migrants - less crime. The connection is quite obvious: if a person came to work on a work visa, then he will do it, and if there is no possibility to get legal, then the solution suggests itself - to cut money easily, i.e. go for a crime. Of course, I exaggerate, all kinds of situations are possible, but basically it is.
    1. razmik72
      razmik72 12 May 2016 07: 53
      -5
      Enter a visa regime with the countries of the former Union, which you do not enter, I personally will not mind, only your government will never agree to this, it will lose a powerful lever of influence on these countries.
      1. razmik72
        razmik72 12 May 2016 08: 49
        -1
        I left my comment and already got the cons. I look forward to a constructive dialogue. smile
        1. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 12 May 2016 09: 04
          +6
          Quote: razmik72
          I am waiting for a constructive dialogue.

          Old man, you probably don’t understand, it’s not Russia that is building the new iron curtain. Well, why the heck do you need to enter visas when at the border crossing you get a horseradish passport out of your pocket. And if you are on the black list, you’ll at least be glued with visas, the road to Russia will be closed hi
          1. razmik72
            razmik72 12 May 2016 09: 38
            +5
            Quote: Alexander Romanov
            Quote: razmik72
            I am waiting for a constructive dialogue.

            Old man, you probably don’t understand, it’s not Russia that is building the new iron curtain. Well, why the heck do you need to enter visas when at the border crossing you get a horseradish passport out of your pocket. And if you are on the black list, you’ll at least be glued with visas, the road to Russia will be closed hi

            When introducing visas, you need to have a relative in Russia or have an invitation to work, and so anyone who wants to get up in the morning and get into the car, travels to Russia.
      2. Diana Ilyina
        Diana Ilyina 12 May 2016 09: 28
        +9
        Quote: razmik72
        Enter a visa regime with the countries of the former Union, which you do not enter, I personally will not mind, only your government will never agree to this, it will lose a powerful lever of influence on these countries.


        Talk Leverage ?! How many Armenians now live in Armenia ?! In my opinion a little less than three million, right ?! And how many of them live in Rostov-on-Don alone ?! I’m talking only about newcomers since the collapse of the USSR; I’m not talking about the native Armenians who were resettled under Nicholas under Catherine the Great. Now imagine that they are introducing visas and they begin to examine all your citizens under a microscope, including those who have already managed to obtain Russian citizenship ?! What then will Armenia do when at least half or even more will be added to its population ?! Will your faded economy survive? So we have not even tried to use our levers! And it’s not for you in Armenia to open your mouth to Russia, you will choke!
        1. razmik72
          razmik72 12 May 2016 10: 29
          -9
          Quote: Diana Ilyina
          Quote: razmik72
          Enter a visa regime with the countries of the former Union, which you do not enter, I personally will not mind, only your government will never agree to this, it will lose a powerful lever of influence on these countries.


          Talk Leverage ?! How many Armenians now live in Armenia ?! In my opinion a little less than three million, right ?! And how many of them live in Rostov-on-Don alone ?! I’m talking only about newcomers since the collapse of the USSR; I’m not talking about the native Armenians who were resettled under Nicholas under Catherine the Great. Now imagine that they are introducing visas and they begin to examine all your citizens under a microscope, including those who have already managed to obtain Russian citizenship ?! What then will Armenia do when at least half or even more will be added to its population ?! Will your faded economy survive? So we have not even tried to use our levers! And it’s not for you in Armenia to open your mouth to Russia, you will choke!

          I wanted to respond to your comment, but I didn’t want to get any drawbacks, but with your posts you are pushing me to write a comment that most members of the forum will not like. Armenia is protected and taxes paid by the citizens of Armenia, Armenians living in Russia, benefit your country, many of them have Russian citizenship, like my brother, he is married to a Russian and he has three children. I don’t understand what the Russians will gain by sending such a person, he does not have a small manufacturing business in Russia, he has all the workers and engineers. Russians and they get a decent salary. Even having kicked out such a person, which I very much doubt, because he has Russian citizenship, Russia will only lose, his production is special, he needs specific knowledge, and he himself will not return to his homeland, he will not were invited to permanent residence by our relatives from the EU and the USA. The same Armenians who do not have Russian citizenship, in case of expulsion from Russia, will return to Armenia and blow up positions about the Russian government, which is already barely holding power after e of his failed policy. Your economy is not much better than our "faded economy", I myself went to visit my brother only a month ago and I did not see any prosperity, in your comments learn to respect the interlocutor, such a tone of conversation makes your opponent only want to answer you more sharply, this is will not lead to anything constructive.
          1. Diana Ilyina
            Diana Ilyina 12 May 2016 10: 52
            +12
            Quote: razmik72
            Your economy is not much better than our "faded economy", I myself went to visit my brother just a month ago and I did not see any prosperity, in your comments learn to respect your interlocutor, this tone of conversation makes your opponent only want to answer you more sharply, this is will not lead to anything constructive.


            Firstly: I didn’t be rude to you, I just pointed to leverage that Russia can apply against any former Soviet republic! But she does not do this until she is brought to a white heat.

            Secondly: our economy can withstand millions of people like your brother in times of crisis and falling oil prices! At the same time, we also manage to modernize our armed forces. Your economy is not even close to being able to do this, so you don't need to blare about "Topol", we still have them! And by the way, you in many respects exist as an independent state precisely because we have armed forces and we have nuclear weapons! Otherwise, they will crush Russia first, and then you! So there is nothing to take offense and throw mud at Russia!

            Thirdly: do not flatter yourself and your brother, we have no irreplaceable, and a holy place is never empty. Your brother will not be there, there will be other entrepreneurs. In addition, as I understand it, your brother is simply an organizer, he did not invent anything, did not create anything, but hired our engineers who did it all for him! Excuse such "businessmen" we have a dime a dozen without your brother! So your insults are unnecessary!
            1. razmik72
              razmik72 12 May 2016 11: 49
              -5
              My brother has a higher technical education, he graduated from a university in Armenia, but being an engineer and producing products is completely different things, no one was engaged in product design instead, he just sets the direction of work, and the engineers finish their specific area of ​​work, he from childhood it was like this: I gathered the guys of our yard, they built something together and managed to sell their goods. I brought an example of my brother to show that not all visitors become robbers and rapists in your country.
              In my commentary, I did not muddle Russia, just in response to your instructive and unpleasant tone, I got a little excited and rightly pointed out that you and the economy are not doing the same.
            2. bumbarash
              bumbarash 17 May 2016 00: 58
              0
              Right! The best organizer is Chubais!
          2. Anglorussian
            Anglorussian 12 May 2016 11: 55
            -2
            Exactly like a Pakistani at a bazaar in London, yes I, yes I have, yes we have. There is no way without us ...
            Russia will only lose, it has a special production,
            Why respect you? And what kind of government will be instead of pro-Russian? Pro-Turkish?
            respect the interlocutor,
            1. razmik72
              razmik72 12 May 2016 12: 08
              +1
              Quote: Anglorussian
              Exactly like a Pakistani at a bazaar in London, yes I, yes I have, yes we have. There is no way without us ...
              Russia will only lose, it has a special production,
              Why respect you? And what kind of government will be instead of pro-Russian? Pro-Turkish?
              respect the interlocutor,

              Certainly not British. tongue
              1. Anglorussian
                Anglorussian 12 May 2016 12: 14
                -1
                Well, such a colony is definitely not needed here.
                Certainly not British
                1. razmik72
                  razmik72 12 May 2016 12: 20
                  -1
                  Quote: Anglorussian
                  Well, such a colony is definitely not needed here.
                  Certainly not British

                  It is not for you to decide who needs what.
                  1. Anglorussian
                    Anglorussian 12 May 2016 12: 34
                    0
                    As a British citizen, and so do I. But certainly not for you.
                    It is not for you to decide who needs what.
                    1. razmik72
                      razmik72 12 May 2016 12: 45
                      +1
                      Quote: Anglorussian
                      As a British citizen, and so do I. But certainly not for you.
                      It is not for you to decide who needs what.

                      You from the English adopted only their arrogance:
                      "Well, such a colony is definitely not needed here.
                      Just like a Pakistani in a bazaar in London ... "
                      1. Anglorussian
                        Anglorussian 12 May 2016 13: 07
                        -3
                        Have you seen a living Englishman?
                        You from the English adopted only their arrogance:
                      2. razmik72
                        razmik72 12 May 2016 13: 35
                        -1
                        Quote: Anglorussian
                        Have you seen a living Englishman?
                        You from the English adopted only their arrogance:

                        You, of course, had a chance to meet many Armenians, since you are already comparing them with Pakistani street vendors? Our conversation becomes like a conversation between two Jews asking each other questions and not answering them wink .
                      3. Anglorussian
                        Anglorussian 12 May 2016 13: 53
                        0
                        Yes, it happened. And your diasporas are just as unpleasant as Pakistanis-contempt and ridicule of the locals you depend on, criminals, arrogant demands on the same locals, cuckoo politics in all areas. Yes, the grandmother was a volunteer in Spitak and told what wonderful people you are.
                        You, of course, had a chance to meet many Armenians,
                      4. razmik72
                        razmik72 12 May 2016 14: 24
                        +1
                        Quote: Anglorussian
                        Yes, it happened. And your diasporas are just as unpleasant as Pakistanis-contempt and ridicule of the locals you depend on, criminals, arrogant demands on the same locals, cuckoo politics in all areas. Yes, the grandmother was a volunteer in Spitak and told what wonderful people you are.
                        You, of course, had a chance to meet many Armenians,

                        Well, what can I say, if the Pakistanis and the Armenians are the same for you, then we have nothing to communicate here.
                      5. Anglorussian
                        Anglorussian 12 May 2016 14: 37
                        0
                        Well, with a Pakistani, I wouldn’t be a shack. But really, what are you better?
                        , then we have nothing to communicate here.
                      6. razmik72
                        razmik72 12 May 2016 14: 57
                        +1
                        Quote: Anglorussian
                        Well, with a Pakistani, I wouldn’t be a shack. But really, what are you better?
                        , then we have nothing to communicate here.

                        I already wrote a higher post that our conversation reminds me of the communication of two Jews, I can ask the same thing:
                        "Why are you better than the same Pakistanis?" smile
                        Special thanks to your grandmother, she came to Spitak as a volunteer to save the victims of the earthquake, and if some offended her, I apologize love
                      7. Anglorussian
                        Anglorussian 12 May 2016 15: 27
                        -1
                        She was struck by the plundering of humanitarian aid (There, as a nurse went, quitting work at school) - as she said, weigh the union they gathered on the Black Volga ..
                        and if some offended her, then I apologize
                      8. razmik72
                        razmik72 12 May 2016 16: 00
                        -1
                        I was relieved from my heart, otherwise I thought it a sinful thing that some bastard physically or mentally offended your grandmother, and that stealing help is a shame and shame, as they say, there is no Stalin on you. Yes, and now local officials are engaged in this matter quite enthusiastically, they came to the conclusion that the Armenian army did not have modern weapons, but to the question:
                        "Why didn't you buy?"
                        Answer:
                        "And Russia does not supply for free" laughing
                        In a word, this state of affairs can be described as a SHAME.
                      9. Anglorussian
                        Anglorussian 12 May 2016 16: 06
                        0
                        Well, you know, gas, or children. Theft of humanitarian aid (scarce medicines, clothing) is not the same as the army’s draining diesel fuel.
                      10. razmik72
                        razmik72 12 May 2016 16: 18
                        0
                        Quote: Anglorussian
                        Well, you know, gas, or children. Theft of humanitarian aid (scarce medicines, clothing) is not the same as the army’s draining diesel fuel.

                        It doesn’t matter for a thief that he is stealing humanitarian aid for children or money from the budget that will no longer become cartridges or the same diesel fuel in tank tanks. They only need to be put exponentially to the wall, you see, some will change their minds and take up leadership positions to put at least the same Pakistanis smile , I do not mind, if only they did not steal and were friends with the head.
                      11. Anglorussian
                        Anglorussian 12 May 2016 16: 30
                        -1
                        Well, with the Pakistanis there will be a failure of thieves will be the same .. And in China they put to the wall and put, but those who wish to risk less.
                      12. razmik72
                        razmik72 12 May 2016 16: 45
                        0
                        There are a lot of Diaspora Armenians in the States who are not noticed in theft. I joked about the packs, I suggested shooting in the hearts, it’s necessary to carry out fundamental reforms, you can invite lawyers from the same England and carry out judicial reform, this time I write quite seriously .Without an independent judiciary, the country is unlikely to advance in its development.
                      13. Anglorussian
                        Anglorussian 12 May 2016 17: 05
                        0
                        In France, you have a slightly different glory. But the British mentality will not change.
                        In the States there are many Armenians from the diaspora who are not seen in theft
                      14. razmik72
                        razmik72 12 May 2016 17: 27
                        -1
                        There is no people prone to theft, bureaucrats steal when they are not accountable to their own voters, inviting the British to judicial reform posts and conducting such reforms, the country will have a chance for an economic breakthrough, by the way, I personally did not steal anything in the army and did not give others. On this I want to say goodbye to you, I have no turnaround affairs, don’t think about stereotypes about Armenians, not all of them are mired in corruption
      3. Bayonet
        Bayonet 13 May 2016 07: 26
        -1
        Quote: Anglorussian
        Well, with a Pakistani, I wouldn’t be a shack. But really, what are you better?

        You are a wild person and your views are appropriate ... We have a lot of Armenians in Rostov, they have been living here since the time of Catherine and we don’t share on ethnic grounds. smile
      4. Anglorussian
        Anglorussian 13 May 2016 09: 17
        0
        And they are divided (theirs / not). Have you ever noticed?
        You are a wild person and your views are appropriate
    2. bumbarash
      bumbarash 17 May 2016 08: 17
      0
      judging by the fact that the mayor of London chose the pack, and not Russian, the British consider them better than you))) or at least they do not see the difference)))
  • jjj
    jjj 12 May 2016 12: 20
    0
    Friends, Armenia, along with Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan, is included in the EAEU. Armenian citizens have the legal right to live and work in Russia and other union states. If they commit unlawful acts, they are obliged to answer according to the law. In Belarus, if anything, they can shoot
  • vanavatny
    vanavatny 12 May 2016 15: 28
    0
    got armani stop
  • bumbarash
    bumbarash 17 May 2016 08: 13
    0
    Who are "we? Is that you personally? Or those who depend on such decisions? Those who benefit from cheap labor generating profit for the companies they control.
    Please do not think that the Armenians will bend without work in Russia. I say this because I saw how Uzbeks who left the crisis from Russia simply reissued documents and went to work in other countries. In South Korea, for example.
    About leverage. The Armenian lobby in the world is so strong that NATO countries were forced to pass laws condemning the Armenian Genocide by a NATO member country. You have never dreamed of such leverage. This is understood in your leadership, so they will not touch the Armenians. To hell with them extra hemorrhagic. And I think they do not care about your screams.))
  • would
    would 12 May 2016 14: 59
    +4
    Not even basically. A few years ago, the Ministry of Internal Affairs officially recognized that in Moscow, more than half of the crimes committed by migrants.
    1. Weyland
      Weyland 12 May 2016 20: 35
      +2
      Quote: rait
      A few years ago, the Ministry of Internal Affairs officially recognized that in Moscow, more than half of the crimes committed by migrants.


      Moreover, it was noted that the vast majority of migrant criminals in Russia did not work a single day - i.e. rode precisely to rob and kill!
      So the visa regime and availability invitations from the employer to obtain a "work" visa - this is the solution!
    2. The comment was deleted.
      1. Anglorussian
        Anglorussian 12 May 2016 20: 51
        0
        The experience of Britain (as well as New Zealand) shows that an invitation from an employer in the presence of a diaspora, not a barrier or even a problem, fellow countrymen from a cafe-washing brigade will immediately make any invitation.
        availability of an invitation from the employer
  • samarin1969
    samarin1969 12 May 2016 07: 00
    +11
    "So, in Moscow in the period from 2013 to 2015 years 154,2 thousand decisions about expulsion were made"


    little
    1. Andrey Yuryevich
      Andrey Yuryevich 12 May 2016 07: 11
      0
      Quote: samarin1969
      "So, in Moscow in the period from 2013 to 2015 years 154,2 thousand decisions about expulsion were made"


      little

      is it only in Moscow ??? in the mouth compote ... belay
  • infantryman2020
    infantryman2020 12 May 2016 07: 07
    +4
    Unfortunately, wishful thinking is given. Not less than they became ... :(
  • Nix1986
    Nix1986 12 May 2016 07: 11
    +3
    We have so much talk about low productivity, etc., sorry sorry, but why should businesses buy a chip machine for $ 700k, when the same amount of operations will be done by a bunch of migrants with sn 350 $ each ?! High productivity there also begins when payroll costs are high and they need to be reduced by mechanization and automation. If you need examples, you can look at least towards Japan, as there was regulated at the legislative level% payroll budget in the cost structure of the enterprise.
    1. sa-ag
      sa-ag 12 May 2016 08: 33
      +2
      Quote: Nix1986
      why should a business buy a chip machine for $ 700k, when the same amount of operations will be done by a bunch of migrants with a salary of $ 350 each ?!

      Files, up to 10-11 class of purity?
      1. Nix1986
        Nix1986 12 May 2016 10: 11
        +2
        Well, the old Soviet lathes of the 65s. This is especially pronounced in agriculture and livestock - the Tajik artel puts the new holland combine on the blades in terms of productivity.
      2. Bayonet
        Bayonet 13 May 2016 06: 19
        -1
        Quote: sa-ag

        Files, up to 10-11 class of purity?

        Yes, he seems to be besides a spoon, he did not hold another instrument in his hands! laughing
  • Donlomakin
    Donlomakin 12 May 2016 07: 14
    +6
    But for human rights defenders and non-worthy media, there is only one answer: haven't you all been calling the bulk of Russians intolerate and non-European all the time?
    Do Russians need to be tolerant? What would get in their country the same pogroms that migrants staged in Europe? Yes, and stupidly copy the values ​​of geyevropa the same is not worth it. We have our own history and culture.
  • semirek
    semirek 12 May 2016 07: 31
    +14
    The problem of migrants is a real problem for the population of Russia - first of all, they go by whole villages and not all are in demand, hence the crime with an Asian accent, and secondly, the low level of salaries for migrant workers, the wages of Russian workers are not allowed to grow, the myth that our country doesn’t live without jamshuts, it’s not wealthy, in the third, almost every one of them brings drugs, which again incapacitates the local working population, taking its place, the fourth moment, to be honest, I’m an internationalist from Soviet times, but there is an excess of labor migrants in Russia it is obvious, it is necessary to introduce a visa regime, to hope that migrants who have just descended from the Pamir mountains and come to Russia to work will join the great Russian culture, it makes no sense.
    1. razmik72
      razmik72 12 May 2016 08: 17
      -5
      Quote: semirek
      The problem of migrants is a real problem for the population of Russia - first of all, they go by whole villages and not all are in demand, hence the crime with an Asian accent, and secondly, the low level of salaries for migrant workers, the wages of Russian workers are not allowed to grow, the myth that our country doesn’t live without jamshuts, it’s not wealthy, in the third, almost every one of them brings drugs, which again incapacitates the local working population, taking its place, the fourth moment, to be honest, I’m an internationalist from Soviet times, but there is an excess of labor migrants in Russia it is obvious, it is necessary to introduce a visa regime, to hope that migrants who have just descended from the Pamir mountains and come to Russia to work will join the great Russian culture, it makes no sense.

      In Russia, there is no overabundance of labor resources, but a crisis, economic, political or otherwise, you decide, I will not give ratings here.
      1. Alexander Romanov
        Alexander Romanov 12 May 2016 09: 05
        +1
        Quote: razmik72
        but a crisis, economic, political or otherwise,

        There are problems in the economy, but they can be solved. I have not seen a political crisis, and even more so.
  • Zomanus
    Zomanus 12 May 2016 07: 32
    +13
    There is a cleansing of the country in the prewar period.
    Why do we need a subversive element domestically?
    There, when they shot down our pilot in Syria,
    so the Azerbaijanis were not particularly hiding, happy that "our Russians shot down."
    So what for, clean the clearing.
    To bring in a couple of trains in case of need of labor will not be ...
    1. razmik72
      razmik72 12 May 2016 08: 29
      -1
      Quote: Zomanus
      There is a cleansing of the country in the prewar period.
      Why do we need a subversive element domestically?
      There, when they shot down our pilot in Syria,
      so the Azerbaijanis were not particularly hiding, happy that "our Russians shot down."
      So what for, clean the clearing.
      To bring in a couple of trains in case of need of labor will not be ...

      The Azerbaijanis openly rejoiced when the Turks shot down a Russian plane. I just quote your words. Before the revolution, Azerbaijanis were called more precisely by the Transcaucasian Turks or Tatars, in Soviet times their self-name was changed, hoping that they would forget their roots, but the Azerbaijanis did not forget their It’s not surprising that they rejoiced at the downing of a Russian fighter. It is surprising that Russia is selling the latest weapons to Azerbaijan.
      1. Alexander Romanov
        Alexander Romanov 12 May 2016 09: 08
        +1
        Quote: razmik72

        Azerbaijanis rejoiced openly when the Turks shot down a Russian plane.

        This is far from the case! I talked with the Azerbaijanis, there were those who rejoiced, there were quite a few who condemned it. There were still those who were generally drummed.
        Quote: razmik72
        It is surprising that Russia is selling the latest weapons to Azerbaijan.

        Selling weapons you have a lever of pressure. If Russia does not sell, then the United States will do it with pain and at the same time will receive a lever of pressure on Baku. Do you have such a desire in Yerevan?
        1. razmik72
          razmik72 12 May 2016 09: 34
          -4
          The United States does not sell weapons to either Azerbaijan or Armenia, and the EU countries have imposed an arms embargo on the conflict zone, this is done by Russia, being the co-chair of the Minsk Group for the settlement of the Karabakh conflict. Selling defensive weapons like the S-300 is nothing, but such types of weapons as TOS-1, T-90, Smerchi and Grady do not fit into any gate. The United States does not sell offensive weapons to the obvious enemies of its allies under the pretext that if we don’t do it, others will do it, and this position of the States commands respect.
    2. altel
      altel 14 May 2016 22: 11
      +1
      You'd better clean your "fifth column" of journalists, creative intellectuals, burr-out "Russian nationalists" and other bankers. And then Russian-speaking Israel also "clapped its hands" when the plane was shot down.
  • volodya
    volodya 12 May 2016 07: 32
    +5
    The dog barks, the wind wears. At least half of these arbeiters are potential criminals.
  • 96423lom
    96423lom 12 May 2016 07: 47
    +8
    If only migrants who do not pay taxes and withdraw money from the country. And their wives who give birth in our hospitals are free, and their children who attend our schools are free. Yes, expulsion costs money and not small ones. All this is beneficial only to our homegrown slave traders.
    1. razmik72
      razmik72 12 May 2016 08: 54
      -1
      Quote: 96423lom
      If only migrants who do not pay taxes and withdraw money from the country. And their wives who give birth in our hospitals are free, and their children who attend our schools are free. Yes, expulsion costs money and not small ones. All this is beneficial only to our homegrown slave traders.

      Children of migrants study in Russian schools and join the Russian culture, this is more of a plus than a minus.
      1. Aaron Zawi
        Aaron Zawi 12 May 2016 10: 24
        +9
        Quote: razmik72

        Children of migrants study in Russian schools and join the Russian culture, this is more of a plus than a minus.

        In Europe, the third generation of migrants is fighting against the native Europeans because they do not want to become part of the peoples who accepted them.
        1. razmik72
          razmik72 12 May 2016 10: 43
          -6
          Quote: Aaron Zawi
          Quote: razmik72

          Children of migrants study in Russian schools and join the Russian culture, this is more of a plus than a minus.

          In Europe, the third generation of migrants is fighting against the native Europeans because they do not want to become part of the peoples who accepted them.

          This is only a handful of marginals, no one forces them to become Hungarians or Swedes, most Muslims, however, do not become Scots over time, but become citizens of their countries, terrorist attacks in Europe are carried out by several hundred or, say, thousands of losers who do not fit into European society, most work and benefit themselves and the countries that host them. The recent London election measure has clearly shown this.
          1. Anglorussian
            Anglorussian 12 May 2016 12: 02
            +5
            You will be surprised at the support of the terrorist attacks on the part of the majority of Muslims (according to the analysis of media reports, such a conclusion was made) Most of them just do not work or take from the state piggy bank (benefits housing fund medicine) much more than they give. Choose still those who believe in fair, nation-wide democratic elections? And there was no choice, either a Pakistani or a Jewish-Orthodox-multimillionaire. So he was lucky.
        2. altel
          altel 14 May 2016 22: 06
          +1
          Like most Jews in Russia. Here they scratch about their love for Russia. And just as they will be dumped in Germany (at worst, Israel), so Russia is a stepmother for them, and anti-Semitism has "blossomed" in it, and indeed Putin is reviving Russian fascism. cunning "Russian Mosaic Law"
      2. 96423lom
        96423lom 12 May 2016 14: 55
        +1
        Does hijab also belong to Russian culture?
        1. altel
          altel 14 May 2016 22: 01
          +1
          And the women of Russia before the revolution didn’t wear headscarves? Or did they wear jeans and thongs under the tsar-father? Yes, and under the communists in the villages they still covered their heads. About 25 years ago they were completely "liberated"
      3. 96423lom
        96423lom 12 May 2016 15: 01
        +3
        Moreover, it is not about joining in, but about the fact that their parents do not bring the country any good. The houses that they built are being destroyed, the bazaars being set up on every corner have dirtied our cities. It’s scary to let the children go alone.
        1. razmik72
          razmik72 12 May 2016 15: 20
          0
          Quote: 96423lom
          Moreover, it is not about joining in, but about the fact that their parents do not bring the country any good. The houses that they built are being destroyed, the bazaars being set up on every corner have dirtied our cities. It’s scary to let the children go alone.

          I suggested in my comments above that Russia would introduce a visa regime with the CIS countries, but to blame all visitors for all the troubles is not the case. The house is not falling apart because the conditional Jumshud or Ashot do not put something in the concrete mixture, although this is not excluded, but mainly because of the greed of the construction managers and supervisory authorities who accept defective work as bribes.
          1. Chisayna
            Chisayna 12 May 2016 18: 48
            0
            Because of the greed of the heads of this construction and regulatory bodies. But tell me, when you had an earthquake in Spitak and Leninakan, then almost all the houses collapsed and why?
            1. razmik72
              razmik72 12 May 2016 20: 49
              0
              Quote: Chisain
              Because of the greed of the heads of this construction and regulatory bodies. But tell me, when you had an earthquake in Spitak and Leninakan, then almost all the houses collapsed and why?

              Steal, my friend, steal fellow
  • RuslanD36
    RuslanD36 12 May 2016 07: 53
    0
    Only the day before yesterday the witnesses were at the check of one of the city’s cities.
  • Monster_Fat
    Monster_Fat 12 May 2016 08: 00
    +3
    There are indeed fewer migrants, and much more. But this is not due to the fact that someone "does not let them in" or "kicks out, the reason is banal - low wages in Russia. After the fall in the ruble exchange rate and the general rise in prices for goods and services in Russia, it became unprofitable to work here. Migrants say ( I personally heard it myself): "For 150-250 euros a month, let P. work for you. With that kind of money, we will find a job at home ... And your prices for everything are now simply extortionate ... "
  • Chisayna
    Chisayna 12 May 2016 08: 03
    +4
    And where is Tajiec, who is three meters high with foam and saliva, arguing to us that Russia cannot do without migrants. He himself is probably a legalized migrant.
  • uskrabut
    uskrabut 12 May 2016 08: 26
    +7
    It’s time to put in order with all sorts of migrations, especially labor. For employers need tight control on the subject of foreign labor. I hired a migrant - be kind enough to pay the budget in the amount of 2-3 average salaries in the region. I think in this situation, no one will need migrants. Japan and Switzerland do without migrants, the standard of living and labor productivity are not there ours. One thing is a high-class professional or scientist (such a green light), another is a laborer (we don’t need such ones, please introduce mechanization). So make a conclusion whether migrant workers are needed in Russia.
    1. Anglorussian
      Anglorussian 12 May 2016 12: 04
      +1
      Just the same in Switzerland, migrants 15% of the population. But from Portugal, Italy, Slovenia and not from distant mountains.
      Japan and Switzerland
  • Pyokhar
    Pyokhar 12 May 2016 08: 30
    +7
    Give a Gypsy family to every apartment of a tolerant "human rights activist"! Give at least ten thefts, eight floods and feces under the door to each apartment like this! Give to give to them, give to give to those who give! Give me! laughing
  • 1vlad19
    1vlad19 12 May 2016 08: 32
    +1
    Quote: Zomanus
    There is a cleansing of the country in the prewar period.

    In five years you can, trains to Siberia and the Far East. Let them build barracks there and live with bears.
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 12 May 2016 09: 10
      +4
      Quote: 1vlad19
      Let them build barracks there and live with bears.

      It’s immediately obvious that for this person the Far East is something like a taiga ghetto where people live in huts and bears keep houses instead of dogs.
  • Villiam wolf
    Villiam wolf 12 May 2016 08: 43
    +5
    In my opinion, the number of migrants is not reduced! And it's very bad!
  • Monster_Fat
    Monster_Fat 12 May 2016 09: 10
    +9
    The communists, at the beginning of the XNUMXs, tried to pass the "Slavery Law". This law was greeted with hostility by absolutely everyone: those in power, our deputies and the so-called employers. The law did not pass and was "hacked", so to speak, "in the bud." And why? The "Law on Slavery" presupposed cruel punishments for "keeping in slavery" and for the use of "slave labor", and all: the organizers and those who guarded and those who, such as worked nearby "and did not know" and those who "knew and did not report "and so on. But most importantly, the law to counter slavery introduced labor contracts for all workers in Russia and the mandatory registration of labor contracts with the state control authorities. Work without such a registered contract was equated to "slave labor", with all that it implies. It is clear that such a law simply could not "pass" in our state, which is largely based on the powerless labor of not only migrants, but also the citizens of the Russian Federation themselves.
  • Killing50
    Killing50 12 May 2016 09: 24
    +2
    Quote: 1vlad19
    In five years you can, trains to Siberia and the Far East. Let them build barracks there and live with bears.

    no, we don’t really need them in Siberia in any quality if it’s only like food for bears, ito already in the form of minced meat
    1. wanderer_032
      wanderer_032 12 May 2016 15: 30
      +2
      Quote: Killing50
      no, we don’t really need them in Siberia in any quality if it’s only like food for bears, ito already in the form of minced meat


      I support. Siberia is the pantry of Russia. And the one who wants to populate her with strangers is an enemy of the Russian people.
  • 1vlad19
    1vlad19 12 May 2016 09: 24
    +3
    Quote: Alexander Romanov
    It’s immediately obvious that for this person the Far East is something like a taiga ghetto where people live in huts and bears keep houses instead of dogs.

    And you yourself were in the Far East? For example, I live in Khabarovsk and I know what I'm talking about. The first shock from Khabarovsk, when he arrived 25 years ago, BARAKI even in the city center and bears walk in the suburbs, recently visited a supermarket. I do not suggest sending them to cities, to the taiga, like our grandfathers built or like Komsomolsk.
  • atamankko
    atamankko 12 May 2016 09: 33
    +1
    The article is good and fears are not in vain.
  • am808s
    am808s 12 May 2016 09: 48
    +3
    "The law on slavery" Yes, we just need such a law. How many tax receipts to the treasury from those who are now hiding their income and hiring without an employment contract.
  • AK64
    AK64 12 May 2016 12: 15
    +1
    Let's talk about terms, and only terms

    The unworthy intelligentsia is concerned


    There is a serious problem here, and this problem is with both the author, Alexei Volodin, and most of his readers.


    The fact is that Alexei Volodin, like his readers, for some reason demonize the intelligentsia.
    Let's start with the fact that the intelligentsia is just a occupation, and nothing more. And in this sense, that is, by occupation, Alexey himself and his readers are undoubtedly ... intellectuals. Yes Yes.
    So why are you then demonizing your own layer?

    And the reason for this is a completely obvious mistake, when cheated people (and Aleksei, no doubt, will deceive) are confused in concepts.

    But everything is simple: the fact is that those whom Aleksey with such hatred calls "non-proprietary intellectuals" are simply ... non-Russian people. Yes, yes: take a closer look at all these Haka-Madams and others.

    That is, the point is not that this whole audience is intellectuals (in fact, they are just most likely not intellectuals - there is still a need to deal with everybody). the fact is that they are not Russian.
    And since they are not Russian, then they immediately become anti-Russian, that is, Russophobes. And this is also understandable: honey mushrooms - take a closer look at them. And the position of this public is not the position of an intellectual at all - this is the position of a Russophobe.

    That is, Alexey, start calling things by their proper names: it was necessary to write like this: "Non-persistent Russophobes once again ..." - and further in the text.

    and don’t have to tar the group of people to which you yourself belong (because you, like me, like the majority here are intellectuals. Yes, yes. It's just a occupation, that's all.)

    Why is it important? And this is important because you need to know who your enemy is. Your enemy is not an intelligent professor in a hat, but ... a Russophobe who masquerades as a professor in a hat.
    No need to set people on a layer of Russian educated people, no need: they are in the same boat as the rest of the people.
    1. Weyland
      Weyland 12 May 2016 21: 11
      -1
      Quote: AK64
      Your enemy is not an intelligent professor in a hat, but ... a Russophobe who masquerades as a professor in a hat.


      And why if the professor is surely an intellectual? stop On a nearby branch, someone already quoted Lev Gumilyov today: “An intelligent person is a person, poorly educated and compassionate to the people. ... "I am not an intellectual, I have a profession."
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  • Nasty
    Nasty 12 May 2016 12: 26
    0
    Not everyone was lucky to be born in Russia. So they climb.
    1. amirbek
      amirbek 12 May 2016 13: 02
      -7
      Quote: Nasty
      Not everyone was lucky to be born in Russia. So they climb.

      it's good that your yard is not 1941 sad
  • Waran
    Waran 12 May 2016 12: 37
    +2
    Quote: razmik72
    The United States does not sell weapons to either Azerbaijan or Armenia, and the EU countries have imposed an arms embargo on the conflict zone, this is done by Russia, being the co-chair of the Minsk Group for the settlement of the Karabakh conflict. Selling defensive weapons like the S-300 is nothing, but such types of weapons as TOS-1, T-90, Smerchi and Grady do not fit into any gate. The United States does not sell offensive weapons to the obvious enemies of its allies under the pretext that if we don’t do it, others will do it, and this position of the States commands respect.

    It’s interesting, but where did modern anti-tank systems from igils and the like come from massively?
  • iliya87
    iliya87 12 May 2016 14: 30
    +1
    Well, no, thanks! After the 90s, I do not believe in words, no matter how eloquent they may sound. Yes, we have a lot of problems. Yes, we have corruption, but not everything is smooth. But a lot is being done! Take any of the opposition and ask: "Here you are personally for the country, what have you done?" Khadorkovsky, Navalny, Kasparov, Kasyanov are not poor people, well, take at least one village under your wing! Show people what you are really capable of. No !, poking your finger and verbiage so please, fly in the US to complain about how bad the government is in Russia, it's easy to create a fund to help freedom of speech, they are the first. Isn't there a fund to help people with disabilities or orphanages? Build a factory, give jobs no? Oh yes, how did I forget, the uncles from the USA will not approve of such humanity ((So why do such "people" open their mouths at all ?!
  • Aleksandr1959
    Aleksandr1959 12 May 2016 14: 55
    +5
    You need to be very selective about admitting this audience to stay in Russia. We had our own cleaners at the enterprise. It was possible to drive to the toilets on an excursion. Reduced cleaners ... entered into an agreement with a cleaning company. And there all the working personnel are either Tajiks or Uzbeks. Oh, and lazy.
    Sometimes until you poke your face in the mud, they won’t do a fig. But ... it turned out to be more profitable for the company financially.
    The fig needs such a workforce? Well, our so-called "human rights activists" do not give a damn for what to criticize the activities of the state. They criticized the USSR and adored the "Yeltsin era". as an era of "real democracy" .... I continue to criticize all the decisive actions of the state to protect its interests.
    1. Beefeater
      Beefeater 12 May 2016 18: 34
      +1
      And when you poke their faces, they will hate you. After all, they work with a broom and you shift the pieces of paper
      1. Aleksandr1959
        Aleksandr1959 12 May 2016 20: 58
        0
        And when you poke their faces, they will hate you. After all, they work with a broom and you shift the pieces of paper

        I don’t shift the papers. It's about production, where, unlike this public, people work hard. And of course, they are unpleasant to see such an attitude to their duties for which very good money is paid to this cleaning company.
        To me, by and large, their attitude towards me is deeply purple. But their attitude to the work for which they are paid money is not indifferent. And I managed to cope with such an audience very well, commanding a company in the training battalion for some time in the times of the USSR.
        Captively, you remember an anecdote. "The man decided to join the Ku Klux Klan. He asks what needs to be done for this. He is told that he needs to kill three blacks and a cat.
        -Kotika for what !!!! ???
        -Accepted. "
  • wanderer_032
    wanderer_032 12 May 2016 15: 26
    +1
    And human rights activists are "sounding the alarm" over the fact that during the period from 2013 to 2015, the FMS of Russia refused approximately 1,6 million foreign citizens to enter the territory of the Russian Federation. And among those who were refused were citizens of Afghanistan, Iraq, Pakistan, Sudan, Syria, and other states. Apparently, human rights activists would very much like to see these ladies and gentlemen as guests in their own apartments and houses.

    I don’t know how some “human rights activists” are, but I don’t want to see such “guests” at my home - from the word at all. Let them live and work at home. And if they don't like something at home, let them decide it with their authorities.
  • Chisayna
    Chisayna 12 May 2016 15: 35
    +1
    Come to the Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Okrug, where there’s nowhere to step right on, you will find yourself in an Uzbek or a Tajik. In general, the whole USSR is represented there, many Ukrainians, Azerbaijanis are Moldovans. Many of the subjects of the Russian Federation are Dagestanis, Chechens, Tatars.
  • varov14
    varov14 12 May 2016 16: 49
    +1
    To drive liberals from Moscow to our hinterland, the roads are not ah, we’ll find a shovel, even though it’s patched and all good, in nature all the crap will disappear from our heads. We’ll put the Tajik foreman, both with his head and with his hands.
    1. Bayonet
      Bayonet 13 May 2016 06: 47
      -1
      Quote: varov14
      To drive liberals from Moscow to our hinterland, the roads are not ah, we’ll find a shovel, even though it’s patched and all good,

      And do you follow your own roads weakly? The hands are not from there or just laziness?
  • Old warrior
    Old warrior 12 May 2016 17: 28
    0
    How put on this scream. Is it really possible for the State to force these figures to do something more useful? Well, for example, pave roads.
  • Kibl
    Kibl 12 May 2016 17: 58
    +2
    Dear citizens of Russia, when will you deal with all this "white tape" husk? Asya? Cisterns of feces are poured on you and you endure. Can't you sue for the honor and dignity of your Motherland. Fascists won and these bastards .... Weak? Show your civic position, create committees and already from a legal entity sue !!! And stop wiping it off !!!
  • Beefeater
    Beefeater 12 May 2016 18: 28
    +2
    Ahmed and Magomed haven’t gone anywhere. The first one yesterday struggled on electric trains; the second one poked in his pockets
    Crowds of guests of the capital for every taste can be observed right in the middle of the working day in the metro. So rumors are greatly exaggerated
  • 1536
    1536 12 May 2016 19: 18
    +1
    I did not begin to read this information beyond the third paragraph. And that's why. Is it easier for a person when he finds out that a disease has started in his body? If he begins to treat her: cut out the appendix, a cancerous tumor, take antibiotics for gonorrhea, then YES, relief comes. But it happens differently. Especially in doubtful people. If he didn’t know about his illness, he would have lived to a very old age, otherwise he would wind himself up, torment him, and make him wise. The result is a fatal outcome. So with this underground, not even the underground, but the basement. If this is a socially dangerous phenomenon, it is necessary to eradicate it: to give spies to court who violate the law, pests - there too. And if this is a bunch of schizophrenics, losers, or from nothing-to-do figures, it is better to betray them into oblivion. Let the competent authorities deal with them, make sure that they do not trample on Senate Square and do not wake anyone. After all, we pay taxes on which these services operate. And if they are not, then it is necessary to revive! And the people have nothing to excite!
    1. Beefeater
      Beefeater 12 May 2016 19: 49
      0
      If no one is disturbed, nothing will happen.
  • Prisoner
    Prisoner 12 May 2016 19: 49
    0
    These "human rights activists" will finish badly that they will be caught in their gardens and regaled with a stake.
  • t118an
    t118an 12 May 2016 21: 04
    +1
    Let these "human rights activists" at least once raise the issue of the killing of people in the DPR, LPR ... about the shelling of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, etc ... why they are silent ... Alekseev ... Ay ... do not be silent ..
    1. sherp2015
      sherp2015 19 May 2016 09: 12
      0
      Quote: t118an
      Let these "human rights activists" at least once raise the issue of the killing of people in the DPR, LPR ... about the shelling of the Armed Forces of Ukraine, etc ... why they are silent ... Alekseev ... Ay ... do not be silent ..


      This old Tortilla besides pouring feces on the Russian people is not able to do anything positive
  • Rock616
    Rock616 12 May 2016 22: 34
    +3
    The firs fell, I personally drew up the protocols and took to court about 40 "dzhimmilbekov", and it was right that the documents and the rule of stay in the Russian Federation should be observed ........

    P / S So, let Uncle Vasya and Kolyuha make money at a construction site !!! good
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  • Old old
    Old old 12 May 2016 23: 21
    +1
    The giants have come - it is necessary to work out.
  • Mihail55
    Mihail55 13 May 2016 04: 15
    +1
    It may not be noticeable in the capital, but in our province there is a decline in production! Reductions, lack of orders, delayed salaries. Why do not grief guardians turn to OWN? Or they before the election, the electorate to the lamp, is there enough supply for foreign ones? To the locals, too, all these problems are absolutely indifferent - the low-paid and wordless work force, is it really bad ... Already whole branches of labor activity have been ringed by some alien squad, there are ONE YOURSELF! And already ideas from the government - to freeze salaries. Clearly, you will kick - there will be in your place ...
  • Rus62
    Rus62 13 May 2016 06: 14
    +1
    How long can you listen to this jackal howl of "human rights activists"
    1. COJIDAT
      COJIDAT 13 May 2016 14: 39
      0
      Defending and defending the rights of the US State Department to rule Russia! It's time to ban liberals as sodomy)))
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  • Megatron
    Megatron 14 May 2016 13: 29
    0
    Apparently, human rights activists would like very much to see these ladies and gentlemen as guests in their own apartments and houses, to provide them with their jobs, but the "bloody regime in the person of the FMS" violated their outstanding hospitable plans, literally cutting off 1,6 million potential friends of Russia ...


    And some Germans are so very happy!
  • kukan913
    kukan913 14 May 2016 14: 21
    +2
    The more "Gastars" in our city, the more work I have, after them to redo their jambs. This is how the darkness is molded. Dali was here to help three, so only one understood Russian, draw the conclusion that this tribe can read in the plans and drawings at the construction site. there is nowhere for qualified specialists to work, and the rod here of all sorts of "poor" is supposedly cheaper, and they forget about the POP and the BOLDU employee. This cheapness is already buzzing around even in our backwoods, it was here under the city pool, the object is six years old, and it flows, they built "gastars" In Moskabad, it is already falling down and "saved" And foreigners offended by the employer take out their anger not on the employer, but our fellow countrymen robbing them in the doorways. For me all as under the grandfather Stalin: a suitcase, a railway station, a carriage and a destination :::::::::::
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  • viach
    viach 14 May 2016 22: 01
    0
    It is difficult to judge the benefits of harm to migrant workers. However, the figure of 4 million of those only in Moscow, quite frankly upsets quite! It would be better, in my opinion, to equip their countries.