Russia fed the republics of the USSR, clearing everything from the Russian regions


During the Soviet Union, the development of the Union republics and the growth of their industrial potential occurred at the expense of the Russian regions of the multinational country.


Such a statement at the plenary meeting of the State Duma of the Russian Federation was made by the chairman of the supreme representative and legislative body Vyacheslav Volodin.

As an example, the politician cited the Saratov region, of which he is a native.

He reminded those present about the importance of Saratov before the revolution, when the city was the third in Russia in terms of population after Moscow and St. Petersburg and was one of the four most economically developed cities in the country.

Further, the Chairman of the State Duma reported on the current situation in the region and its reasons:

Ask yourself why today it is the 17th largest population and, speaking of the economy, is not included in the ten. Here, one still needs to take responsibility for the 70 years when we, the regions of Russia, fed the Baltic states, Ukraine, other republics, and cleaned everything from these Russian regions, creating industry there, teaching the language and much more.

The speaker also noted that the Russian economy suffered huge losses as a result of the Great Patriotic War and the collapse of the USSR, after which it fell to a level even lower than during the revolution in 1917.

Volodin proposed creating a working group to study the problems in five regions of Russia with the largest population decline.

According to the Federal State Statistics Service, in 2019 these regions include the Saratov Region, Omsk, Kemerovo, Altai Territory and Volgograd Region.
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  1. Port Offline Port
    Port 7 February 2020 11: 14
    +8
    Now isn't it? Millions of wild Asians go to Russia for maternity capital, but have they even put a penny in this capital?
    1. Hayer31 Offline Hayer31
      Hayer31 (Kashchei) 7 February 2020 11: 50
      +6
      There is one way out so that these wild peoples do not come, you need to have at least three children yourself. If you do not give birth, after 30-50 years in Russia, Russians will be in the minority.
  2. Mihail55 Offline Mihail55
    Mihail55 (Michael) 7 February 2020 12: 03
    10
    Volodin came to his senses !!!! It smelled of fried ... Even in Russia we always had TWO countries - MOSCOW and all the rest. It is clear that the republics fed for loyalty, as Chechnya is now. But these sausage trains are not an example of inequality ??? And now ... s / n in the province and in the capital ??? Maybe it’s better about this, and not about the past?
    1. Astronaut Offline Astronaut
      Astronaut (San Sanych) 8 February 2020 12: 56
      +4
      Have you been to the Baltics during the Soviet era? The supply there was better than in Moscow! And the cost of living in Moscow and in the "province" has not been compared? It is foolish to compare one salary.
  3. Bitter Offline Bitter
    Bitter (Gleb) 7 February 2020 12: 13
    +2
    ... the development of the Union republics and the growth of their industrial potential occurred at the expense of the Russian regions of the multinational country.

    He would have burst into tears, right on the remote. Accountant.
    Everything was correct there, those regions had to be developed and restored after the war. It's just that the "damned communists" had a different idea.
    The then authorities could not even dream of destroying such a colossus as the USSR, and everything was done in order to strengthen the external borders and regions. But then “something went wrong” and all the past efforts to strengthen and expand the zones of influence and possession of both the Russian tsars, the Bolsheviks and the Soviet Union, were betrayed and sold overnight.
    All promising and true dividends (infrastructure, communications, industrial ties) were privatized or destroyed.

    a politician led the Saratov region, of which he is a native.

    Perhaps nostalgia overtook.

    He reminded those present about the significance of Saratov before the revolution ...

    Yes, yes, yes, crucial - before the revolution - ....

    There the rivers flowed dairy, the banks were sour, and fried partridges flew across the fields. ... and King Peas lived.

    ... the Russian economy suffered huge losses ... ... from the collapse of the USSR, after which it fell to a level even lower than during the revolution in 1917.

    So, if the Eltsinos saved the USSR, then the Russian economy would not have fallen. And also this means that the team was and is going on a given course. They are there, in Saratov, in Omsk and Kemerovo, and many more where, they simply do not fit into market relations.

    ... a working group that will study the problems in five regions of Russia with the largest population decline.
    According to the Federal State Statistics Service, in 2019 these regions include the Saratov Region, Omsk, Kemerovo, Altai Territory and Volgograd Region.

    According to all other data, after the Great Patriotic War and before "perestroika", no population decline was observed there. In the regions there was both industry and infrastructure, but under the "Yeltsin democrats" and their remnants, all of a sudden, "it fell."
    It seems that the people left in captivity do not want to breed.
    You can simply settle the remaining workable humanitarian resource into special economic zones, and all things.
    Aborigines who do not want to leave, let them catch gophers in the steppes or hedgehogs in the forests. Create them for a decent survival of the reservation. But for this, perhaps, a working group is needed.
    The consequences of the brainless Gorbachev-Yeltsin democratization and rationalization of the country will come up and hiccup for more than a dozen years.
  4. 123 Offline 123
    123 (123) 7 February 2020 12: 29
    +1
    During the Soviet Union, the development of the Union republics and the growth of their industrial potential occurred at the expense of the Russian regions of the multinational country.

    In all fairness, Belarus was also listed as a "donor".
    1. commbatant Offline commbatant
      commbatant (Sergei) 7 February 2020 21: 05
      -1
      Quote: 123
      During the Soviet Union, the development of the Union republics and the growth of their industrial potential occurred at the expense of the Russian regions of the multinational country.

      In all fairness, Belarus was also listed as a "donor".

      Not fair. Never listed. IT, like the RSFSR, received less than it produced.
      1. 123 Offline 123
        123 (123) 8 February 2020 00: 41
        +2
        Not fair. Never listed. IT, like the RSFSR, received less than it produced.

        You can call it that, the essence does not change. hi Or do you think the donor is a person who donates blood? winked
        1. commbatant Offline commbatant
          commbatant (Sergei) 8 February 2020 09: 14
          -1
          Quote: 123
          You can call it that, the essence does not change. hi

          Glad I agreed ...

          Or do you think the donor is a person who donates blood?

          Do you troll? Write incoherent things that are not based on anything .... agreeing with one of my arguments, you write about my concept of a "donor" concerning a person, not a state, which you yourself write about ... above in the initial comment -

          Belarus was also among the "donors"

          .... you either do not agree with my arguments, or do not write nonsense ...
          1. 123 Offline 123
            123 (123) 8 February 2020 10: 01
            0
            commbatant (Sergey)
            I just said that

            In all fairness, Belarus was also listed as a "donor".

            You objected -

            Not fair. Never listed. IT, like the RSFSR, received less than it produced.

            The definition of the word "donor" is one who gives, gives something. During the Soviet era, Belarus received less from the budget of the USSR than it produced, respectively, was a donor region. Basically, we said the same thing in different words. What reasons I had to agree with is absolutely incomprehensible. request Moreover, the riddle is what you are trying to argue about. I assumed that you did not quite correctly understand the meaning of what was said and only hinted that the word "donor" may have several meanings. hi If this is difficult for you, I can state the idea directly, without any hints. sad
      2. boriz Offline boriz
        boriz (boriz) 8 February 2020 17: 39
        +1
        There are no complaints about Belarus. As for "never was listed as a donor" - I doubt it. At first, when the industry was created, it was most likely a donor. After the war, I am sure that I was a donor. It's just that the data is widely available for 1990. But no one will dare to reproach Belarus with this, after what she went through during the war.
        It struck me that by 1990. in absolute terms, Belarus produced more than the Ukrainian SSR. This is with a population of 5 times less! That's where freeloaders! And this is after Russia threw money, resources and human forces there! 2 times! And by 1990 Belarus was no longer a donor, in contrast to the Ukrainian SSR.
        1. boriz Offline boriz
          boriz (boriz) 8 February 2020 17: 51
          +2
          Although the main freeloaders are still Georgians. They ate 4 times more than they produced. It is something!
          Only Beria could make them work.
  5. Port Offline Port
    Port 7 February 2020 12: 49
    +2
    Quote: Hayer31
    If you do not give birth, after 30-50 years in Russia, Russians will be in the minority.

    I don’t even know what is worse, being in the minority or under siege, everyone remembers what happened in the 90s, and certainly they are not welcome here.
  6. gorenina91 Offline gorenina91
    gorenina91 (Irina) 7 February 2020 12: 56
    +1
    According to the Federal State Statistics Service, in 2019 these regions include the Saratov Region, Omsk, Kemerovo, Altai Territory and Volgograd Region.

    - Yes, yes, yes ... - Personally, I have already written more than once about the Omsk region ... - It was just a prosperous region under the Communists ... - Every day, whole trains with food products were sent from it - poultry, pork, beef; and canned food from them - stew (even stew from rabbit meat was already produced in full swing), condensed milk, cheeses (even then sweet fruit Omichka cheese was produced for children in sealed plastic small containers-cups) ... - And all these products can be could be found anywhere in the USSR ... - So much meat and milk was produced in the region itself (sour cream, fermented baked milk, varenets, kefir) that neighboring regions could simply be jealous ... - And how much did the Omsk region then handed over to the state wheat and other grain (oats, barley, buckwheat) and vegetables (scientists from the Omsk SibNIISKhoz then created many varieties of wheat and vegetable crops) ... - these achievements were then constantly demonstrated at an exhibition in VDNKh ...
    - And what a colossal industry was then in Omsk ... - the well-known Omsk refinery; SC (synthetic rubber) plant; Software Aromatika; giant PO OmskKhimprom; huge PO "Flight", specializing in the production of rocket-space and aviation technology; The Omsk Transport Engineering Plant, which produced T-80 tanks and created the wonderful Omsk tank "Black Eagle"; dozens of factories for metalworking and the production of various equipment for the national economy ..; dozens of factories for the production of all kinds of consumer goods ... and so on, etc ... - Omsk region then supported itself, and even "fed" other regions of the USSR ...
    - Omsk at that time was such a powerful Siberian center and Russian industrial potentials for the entire USSR that it was impossible to imagine in fever delirium what it turned into today ... - It's just horror and a nightmare ... - There are simply no other words. ..
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  9. Warrior Offline Warrior
    Warrior 7 February 2020 22: 25
    -2
    The Communists did not have (did not create) a comprehensive program for the development of the regions of the USSR, especially Russia, but they sat on the ground and did nothing, only plundered and gobbled up the local population, and then it became not enough for them and they wanted to become capitalists in order to convey everything that was stolen from the people to their children by inheritance ....
    That is why the USSR collapsed.
    1. boriz Offline boriz
      boriz (boriz) 8 February 2020 17: 48
      +4
      About the one who robbed whom in the USSR, here is a good tablet.

      https://www.kp.ru/daily/26571.7/3586720/

      And the USSR collapsed, not least due to the fact that no one defended the interests of Russians. All "our smaller brothers" ate them. Russia did not even have its own Republican Communist Party. And the power in the country since 1919. was captured by the Ukrainian military-party group and held completely and completely until the mid-70s. And then, previously placed people carried out the decisions they needed. And they left the first positions because things had already gone to the collapse of the USSR and they did not want to be associated with it. But the initiator of the Belovezhskaya meeting was Kravchuk.
  10. Marzhecki Offline Marzhecki
    Marzhecki (Sergei) 8 February 2020 07: 50
    +3
    Quote: Warrior
    The Communists did not have (did not create) a comprehensive program for the development of the regions of the USSR, especially Russia, but they sat on the ground and did nothing, only plundered and gobbled up the local population, and then it became not enough for them and they wanted to become capitalists in order to convey everything that was stolen from the people to their children by inheritance ....
    That is why the USSR collapsed.

    Don't you confuse the communists with our "vertical"?
    1. Warrior Offline Warrior
      Warrior 16 February 2020 11: 01
      +3
      No, I DO NOT CONFUSE ... the former republics of the USSR LOVED, especially the Baltic Limitrophs, Georgia and Ukraine, and now these ungrateful REDUCED RUSSIA also ...
      And even today, these supposedly "independent" countries still want to continue to divide the earned incomes of modern Russia, demanding some compensation for their "occupation" of Russia by them, because the majority in the USSR leadership was non-Russian and most of the funds were allocated for their development and consumption, and not to Russia, although Russia worked and earned the most ...
  11. Panting Offline Panting
    Panting (Vyacheslav) 8 February 2020 20: 19
    0
    In-oh-from! Another provocation! Now everyone will be overwhelmed by an inferiority complex: "Who owes whom, how much and when." We all lived in one, our, Soviet country.
  12. hlp5118 Offline hlp5118
    hlp5118 (Hlp) 8 February 2020 22: 09
    +2
    Mr. Volodin does not know the history of the USSR well. And the inept attempt to link the low birth rate and population decline in Russia, as a result of subsidizing the RSFSR of other republics during the USSR, is a consequence of ignorance of the history of that period. One can see that it’s embarrassing to say that the low birth rate is actually the result of the unsatisfactory state of the economy, and low incomes of the population, and the effect of such Volodins in the 90s, which led to the complete extinction of the population. Responsibility for this lies with Mr. Volodin and his ilk.