How to rid Russia of the migration problem

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The migration issue in Russia is more acute than ever. However, Moscow's hands are practically tied. Why?

Today, society demands radical measures from the authorities: a sharp restriction on entry for migrants from Central Asia, mass deportation of those who have already arrived, and an end to the practice of importing labor into our country.



Obviously, all this is not feasible.

First, labor is needed by any developing the economy, and in large volumes. You may not agree, but at construction sites, in the fields, in warehouses of marketplaces, in the cleaning industry and many other places, there is no one to work except Kyrgyz, Tajiks and Uzbeks. There are simply not enough free hands in Russia to cover the needs of both the state and private business. And business, no matter how much anyone spits in its direction, is one of the keys to economic development.

Secondly, by sharply limiting the entry of migrants into Russia, all of them will be left without a livelihood, since there is no work for them in their homeland. Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan are chronically poor republics, largely dependent on outside handouts. And billions of dollars in remittances from compatriots working in the Russian Federation are the key to stability in these countries. Left without money, they will not only quickly sweep away the current government, but millions of young men will inevitably embrace radical Islam, and then the terrorists will have to be caught along the entire length of the Russian border. Tajikistan, and then Kyrgyzstan, will drown in the abyss of mass unrest, which will inevitably flow into a sluggish civil conflict. International terrorist organizations will not miss the opportunity to once again try to create a semblance of the terrorist ISIS banned in the Russian Federation. Having strengthened in the first two states, radial forces will begin to undermine neighboring Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan.

In such a situation, Russia will have only two options: turn a blind eye to everything and end up with a source of extreme instability in the southern direction, or intervene by force. Both options, however, seem to be dead ends.

Whether we like it or not, the mass admission of labor migrants to Russia is the key to the stability of our state in the medium and long term.

What to do in this situation?

Conversations about the need to improve the standard of living in the Central Asian republics have a right to life. It is logical - the higher their own incomes, the fewer guest workers come to us to work. However, you need to understand that this process is long, difficult and very expensive, although it is the only correct one.

However, this does not mean that the situation should be left to chance.

It is obvious that changes in migration policy inside Russia are ripe, and the issue here is far from just the bloody terrorist attack in the Moscow region. The system for receiving migrants in our country was created a long time ago, but it does not work at all. Primarily due to total local corruption. A visitor from Central Asia, without any problems, first buys himself a certificate confirming his knowledge of the Russian language, the fundamentals of law and the history of Russia, and then, if necessary, organizes a fictitious marriage with a citizen of the Russian Federation, which opens the way for him to a Russian passport. Having received it and filed for divorce, he begins to move his entire large Asian family here. The consequences of these processes are catastrophic for Russia in the long term. Anyone who does not recognize this is a traitor by definition.

Undoubtedly, strict measures are needed to combat the illegal acquisition of certificates. It is he who is the entrance ticket to everything else. Those who have already received it must undergo recertification. Those who fail the exam are deported to their homeland without the right to enter the Russian Federation for three years. The exam itself and its results should become transparent to regulatory authorities. Testing should be organized in such a way that falsification of its results is impossible in principle. In the digital age of technologies it's not at all difficult to do.

It would not be out of place to shift all responsibility for violation of the conditions of stay in Russia by a migrant worker to the employer, and if something happens, punish the latter with a ruble. After all, it is he – the employer – who is the ultimate beneficiary of cheap labor. This means that it is in his interests that a foreign “specialist” be in the country on an absolutely legal basis.

There is one more extremely important point that I would like to draw attention to. Unfortunately, today a guest worker can sooner or later become a citizen of the Russian Federation. This is a harmful practice that needs to end. A person who came to Russia to earn money should not have the right to obtain a residence permit. Its limit is a temporary residence permit (TRP), which could be extended an unlimited number of times if the person continues to work. In this status, according to the current law, a foreigner does not have the right to transport his relatives to the Russian Federation. Ultimately, having stopped working in Russia, a person is obliged to leave it. The pension provision of such persons is regulated by intergovernmental agreements - former “trudoviks” will not be left without a means of livelihood in old age.

This measure is the most reasonable and is designed to protect the national interests of our country. At the same time, it is obvious that strengthening control over the flow of labor migrants should be introduced in parallel with easing the conditions for Russian-speaking citizens from the country of the former USSR to move to Russia. It's no secret that among the guest workers there are also Russian people. In many cases, an employment contract with a Russian employer is, unfortunately, their only legal option for further obtaining a residence permit and Russian citizenship. Foreigners whose native language is Russian by definition should have unhindered access to a Russian passport.
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  1. +2
    30 March 2024 11: 36
    Knowing the realities existing in the Russian Federation, I can say that this problem does not have a solution that suits everyone.

    that strengthening control over the flow of labor migrants should be introduced in parallel with easing the conditions for Russian-speaking citizens from the country of the former USSR to move to Russia.

    There are a number of programs that make it easier to move to Russia from the countries of the former USSR: the program for the resettlement of compatriots (since 2008), the program for native Russian speakers. As far as I know, the result of their action was far below any expectations.
    1. 0
      30 March 2024 11: 40
      There are a number of programs that make it easier to move to Russia from the countries of the former USSR: the program for the resettlement of compatriots (since 2008), the program for native Russian speakers.

      These programs have a number of significant limitations. Not everything is as simple as it might seem at first glance. Certain documents are needed, many of which families cannot provide due to their loss.
      1. 0
        30 March 2024 12: 24
        I went through the resettlement program for compatriots and I can’t remember any significant restrictions at all. The age must be under 50; pensioners are not needed in Russia. But if age pushes you, then one of the children is a “locomotive”, and all the rest are like family members.
        Birth certificate, certificate (diploma) of education, marriage certificate, birth certificate of children, work record book, translation of documents into Russian, notarization. If any documents are lost (lost), their duplicates are simply issued by the civil registry office. I had to make duplicates of the children’s birth certificates, since my wife took the originals with her.
        1. 0
          30 March 2024 12: 35
          You, apparently, as an ex-citizen of the USSR, moved to Russia. What should young people born after the collapse of the Union do?
          1. 0
            30 March 2024 12: 49
            Their parents or older brothers and sisters go as participants in the state program, the rest of the group are family members.

            Family members of a State program participant include:

            - spouse;
            - children, ;
            - children of the spouse of a participant in the State program;
            - parents of the State program participant and his spouse (spouse), including adopted ones, the spouse (husband) of the father (mother) of the State program participant and the father (mother) of his wife (husband), siblings and brothers of the State program participant and his spouse ( spouse);
            - children of sisters and brothers of a State program participant and his spouse, including those adopted or under guardianship (trusteeship), grandparents, grandchildren of a State program participant and his spouse.
            An adult family member of a State program participant has the right to independently participate in the State program.
          2. 0
            30 March 2024 13: 11
            Adopt a law. Anyone whose ancestors, say, since 1900, were born on the territory of the present Russian Federation, has the right to a simplified citizenship procedure. Your great-grandfather left Kursk for civilian life in Tajikistan, which means you fall under it.
            1. 0
              30 March 2024 13: 24
              Russian citizenship in itself does not provide any special privileges, and once you receive a Russian passport, you become just like everyone else. Having a passport, you need to think about permanent registration, since a passport itself without registration means almost nothing, and employers look very poorly at temporary registration.
            2. +1
              30 March 2024 13: 36
              Adopt a law. Anyone whose ancestors, say, since 1900, were born on the territory of the present Russian Federation, has the right to a simplified citizenship procedure. Your great-grandfather left Kursk for civilian life in Tajikistan, which means you fall under it.

              That's right. This is if you still have documents confirming your great-grandfather’s residence in Course.
              1. 0
                30 March 2024 14: 02
                Search. Restore. Not only documents are possible, say letters with a stamp, other papers... The main thing is to take care of this problem. And there will be a solution.
                1. +2
                  30 March 2024 14: 03
                  The letters didn't go through. Even a notarized copy of the birth certificate and other seemingly suitable documents were not accepted. They demanded an extract from the house register. Much was lost during the war.
                  1. 0
                    30 March 2024 14: 07
                    I'm not saying it's easy. Need to work. But if the state had the desire...

                    In general, the first thing I would do is pass a law on indigenous nationalities. These are those whose historical homeland is part of Russia. They probably don’t even need special papers. You know the language, there are no problems with the law - you are welcome. The rest are under the strictest control and selection.
  2. +7
    30 March 2024 11: 58
    In general, blah blah blah. For all the good against all the bad. All this already exists and nothing works.
    1. +2
      31 March 2024 11: 51
      It is useless to appeal to the authorities that created the present situation.
      You need to change girls, not move beds.
      1. 0
        31 March 2024 13: 01
        Good offer. But it’s not the girls that need to be changed, but the person watching them...
  3. +1
    30 March 2024 12: 01
    The possibilities of attracting Russians from abroad are greatly exaggerated. People of working age and sufficient qualifications (of which there are relatively few among them - Russians in Central Asia, in their reproductive behavior, are closer to the Russians of Russia, and not to the Tajiks and Kyrgyz, for better or worse) or have settled well in their current place of residence , or moved a long time ago, and it’s not a fact that it was to Russia. If we now simplify the repatriation of compatriots, we will most likely get thousands of workers and millions of pensioners, while our pension system is already bursting at the seams.
    1. +1
      30 March 2024 13: 51
      The possibilities of attracting Russians from abroad are greatly exaggerated.

      In general, yes. Those who wanted to leave, in particular from Kazakhstan, and had any money, had already left. Moreover, families whose grandfathers and even great-grandfathers had already taken root there left. I know such families. The smartest people have been leaving since the early 90s. At the same time, Russian-speaking Ukrainians also came for whom Ukraine was also foreign. Moreover, large families are not uncommon. It is interesting that obtaining citizenship in the 90s was even easier than it is now, although you had to live with a residence permit for 5 years. In Kazakhstan, for example, there are few Russian-speaking non-indigenous people left.
  4. +6
    30 March 2024 12: 07
    this all seems to be true, but in essence - “good wishes”
    does everyone remember where they lead?

    It is always easier to exploit cheap labor, and import, import, import... than to invest in development and increase the birth rate among compatriots. (remember, Sobyanin - 15 million extra, Chubais - XNUMX million...). and even receive kickbacks from Central Asians...

    I remember Luzhkov who stated that 500 bucks per m2 in Moscow is too expensive, it needs to be fixed, but then the Russians, the Poles, the Belarusians, even the French were building...
    And then they brought in Central Asians and..... what, the price per m2 fell? - this is about explanations about the impact on the economy....
  5. +7
    30 March 2024 12: 58
    Whether we like it or not, the mass admission of labor migrants to Russia is the key to the stability of our state in the medium and long term.

    Are you serious? They come here for Russian social benefits and begin to whittle down future jihadists at an accelerated pace. At the same time, they are ousting Russians simply by the fact of their birth. They take the place of native Russians in social benefits, child care institutions, schools, etc.
    Already now, in many cities, a class of children who do not speak Russian is the norm.
    These people are strangers in mentality. Are you not convinced by the example of Europe?
  6. +8
    30 March 2024 13: 06
    Tajikistan, and then Kyrgyzstan, will drown in the abyss of mass unrest

    As far as I remember the map, we do not have a common border with them. Then why should their mess necessarily become our problem?

    Working hands - is this all true? In our country, almost half of the population is engaged in outright crap. Without producing anything useful. Maybe if we create working conditions acceptable to locals, then there won’t be a need for migrants? The stump is clear - for 30 thousand no one will hunch over the yard or at the machine tool. What if we curtail the immoderate appetites of today’s highly efficient owners? Under the Soviet regime, they clearly understood that a working person must be paid more than plankton, otherwise, you really won’t find working hands during the day...

    Introduce personal responsibility for any actions of the migrant - the inviting party and the permitting party. Is your signature before the request for a specific Gavrik? Is yours on the permit for his entry? Come here, both of you. Keep the answer. Some will say that, as always, the switchmen will suffer. Without a doubt. But - after the first hundred public landings for a long time, I think the switchmen will somehow suddenly disappear...

    The strictest control over the activities of guest workers. About the same as those on parole. The first violation, even if the road turns red, means you get out of the country. Disappeared from the sight of supervisory authorities - 10 years upon capture.

    No citizenship - introduce the concept of a residence permit. Yes, you can live and work, but no free services, no benefits, no help. No real estate purchases. Everything is for your own. And no citizenship for those born on our territory if the parents are not citizens.

    No diasporas, national communities of any kind. All such entities should immediately be equated to organized crime groups.

    Tightest control over movement. They hired you to work in Ryazan - that’s where you sit. No free roaming around the country. I quit my job there and immediately went home. At the same time - control over attempts to form any enclaves in our cities.

    And most importantly, up to 25 years in prison for those of our officials and entrepreneurs who try to circumvent or violate these prohibitions. Without any pity. This way and only this way.
    1. -1
      30 March 2024 13: 36
      As far as I remember the map, we do not have a common border with them. Then why should their mess necessarily become our problem?

      As you read further, everything will become clearer.
      1. +2
        30 March 2024 14: 04
        And what? This means that we will help Kazakhstan cope with them... Moreover, I don’t think that the Kazakhs are truly burning with sincere love for their neighbors... As far as I remember, the Russians are somehow closer to them in perception than the same Tajiks.
        1. -4
          30 March 2024 14: 06
          This is instability on the southern borders. Central Asia is a very explosive region.
          1. +8
            30 March 2024 14: 09
            Yes. And what? In this case, is it necessary to transfer all this explosive material to us in Russia??? So that they would carry out a massacre at our home, and not at theirs? Strange arrangement...
  7. +7
    30 March 2024 14: 05
    You may not agree, but at construction sites, in the fields, in warehouses of marketplaces, in the cleaning industry and many other places, there is no one to work except Kyrgyz, Tajiks and Uzbeks. There are simply not enough free hands in Russia

    one official wrote that in their region some faces were howling, saying that migrants had left, or they had been kicked out of the region, there was no one to collect the harvest, etc. etc. Two years have passed and this region is in the top three in terms of harvest. It turns out that there are not enough hands, these are stories of those interested in migrants, pay well, create normal working conditions and you will be happy, well, don’t joke with the tax office and the state.

    Left without money, they will not only quickly sweep away the current government, but millions of young men will inevitably embrace radical Islam, and then the terrorists will have to be caught along the entire length of the Russian border. Tajikistan, and then Kyrgyzstan, will drown in the abyss of mass unrest, which will inevitably flow into a sluggish civil conflict

    Since when should I, as a Russian, care about this? Isn’t it easier to slow down rapists, criminals, and future terrorists at the border than to later reap the benefits in the form of terrorist attacks at home?

    Conversations about the need to improve the standard of living in the Central Asian republics have a right to life. It is logical - the higher their own incomes, the fewer guest workers come to us to work. However, you need to understand that this process is long, difficult and very expensive, although it is the only correct one.

    At our expense, we will rebuild cities, infrastructure and feed these Asians so that they don’t come to us to rob, kill and rape us? And why does the author think that this is the only correct solution? I’m thinking about kicking them all out of here and hiring Belarusians, North Koreans, Turks, for example?
  8. +1
    30 March 2024 14: 10
    Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan are chronically poor republics, largely dependent on outside handouts.

    Well, actually, it was they who had outright persecution of Russians, as a result of which their industry died.
    To restore order at the border, there must be electronic scanning of fingerprints, eyes, appearance and voice, with a base located in the Ministry of Internal Affairs and regulatory authorities. The rest of the article is a correctly posed question.
  9. +5
    30 March 2024 14: 38
    The consequences of these processes are catastrophic for Russia in the long term. Anyone who does not recognize this is a traitor by definition.

    How many more Crocuses must happen in Russia for the Guarantor to understand this and finally begin to act and not talk about interfaith harmony in Russia
  10. +6
    30 March 2024 14: 52
    Quote: skeptic
    Well, actually, it was they who had outright persecution of Russians, as a result of which their industry died

    In the nineties, they slaughtered and drove out the Russians, and when they realized that they had slaughtered all the Russians who had built their Tajikistan for them, the engineers and those who knew how to manage all this, it was too late. So they destroyed everything that the USSR had built for them. Although I was 1990 years old in 15, I remember how they did all this and took away apartments and houses from Russians for a bag of apricots. So what, they got rich and began to live happily? After 10 years, everyone came to us and half of them came to work honestly and earn money. This is me already contacting the author
  11. +5
    30 March 2024 15: 05
    Yes, all this is clear. But the question is that it is necessary to normalize migration. They're going to work great! Three months on specific jobs! Earned money and went home! Next shift. And no citizenship, no families. They should not be allowed to change their place of work or freely move around the country. They are not tourists. From a demographic point of view, there will be no benefit from them. Look at the "kids" in schools? They don’t go there to study - to assert themselves, but how can a person whose intelligence barely exceeds the minimum acceptable level assert himself. Citizenship can and should be granted to those and only those who can really benefit the country. The problems of the rest are the problems of the Indians. They destroy their own countries and come towards us, now destroying our country.
  12. Owl
    +1
    30 March 2024 16: 16
    strict measures are needed to combat the illegal acquisition of certificates

    - kick the government fool, tighten legislation, cleanse the state of corrupt officials (with complete confiscation), fear is the best talisman against criminal acts.
  13. 0
    30 March 2024 18: 11
    https://t.me/infantmilitario/123107
    Better this way?
  14. +3
    30 March 2024 18: 56
    Isn’t it possible to conclude labor contracts with Central Asians for the duration of their work, rather than handing out passports? I worked and... home, don’t bother bringing all your broods here!! Although for services to the Russian Federation it is necessary to reward them with passports, for example for exploits in the Northern Military District ..
  15. +2
    30 March 2024 20: 10
    From the book “Jewish Russia” by Berl Lazar (translation from Hebrew)

    In one of our conversations, Putin told me:
    — Rebbe, I’m thinking of maximizing the migration of goyim from Central Asia and the Caucasus, giving the green light to the Chinese and Vietnamese, letting them in overnight and giving them much more rights than Russian goyim.

    Thanks to such a sudden and large influx, we will once and for all, in some 10 years, solve the “Russian question” by mixing them with East Asian tribes and forever killing their Slavic identity, from which we are forced to endure so many problems.

    Despite his devotion to our ideas and more than ten years of rule, a destructive childish maximalism was felt in him, but every time in such conversations I looked at him as if he were my only son, first smiled, and then, with all respect for his position, answered quietly, even sometimes meekly and as if advising rather than commanding,
    1. -1
      30 March 2024 22: 23
      Is this character the ultimate truth?
    2. -1
      31 March 2024 10: 37
      This is from the MI6 manual
  16. +4
    30 March 2024 21: 08
    Firstly, any developing economy needs labor, and in large quantities...except for the Kyrgyz, Tajiks and Uzbeks, there is no one to work for.

    Oh, really? Firstly, they don’t even come here to work, if that’s the case. They receive citizenship and deliberately give birth to children here - is this due to an irrepressible desire to work? Secondly...No one to work? Well, North Koreans want to work here and African-Africans too. What problems? Compared to Central Asians, they will be very modest and will not claim anything more than they have during work. And they won’t bring their aggressive wives and children. They will be waiting for them at home.

    by sharply limiting the entry of migrants into Russia, all of them will be left without a means of subsistence, since there is no work for them in their homeland

    It's actually purple somehow. Let's take pity on the blacks who, when there is a shortage of water, wash themselves at the cow's.

    radial forces will begin to undermine neighboring Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan

    Probably, according to the author, it is better that they here abuse the native population, young and old. They killed on the streets for fun, they killed en masse, they blew them up, etc. Author, it’s better that way, right?
    Secondly, in the former Soviet republics there are special services and an army and experience, like Tajikistan, on how to prevent secular Islam from changing to radical. And Russia can help within the CSTO.
    Thirdly, the patience of our people may also end and then there will be a hot spot right here. Do we need it? Obviously not.

    mass admission of labor migrants to Russia is the key to the stability of our state

    I don’t want to insult the author, behind my back - it’s not good. Just let this slogan be on his conscience.
    I would like to add that there are no more migrant workers, there are simply uncontrolled migrants.

    Conversations about the need to improve the standard of living in the Central Asian republics have a right to life. It is logical - the higher their own incomes, the fewer guest workers come to us to work.

    In Uzbekistan, for several years now, the average salary has been equal to the Russian one. Then they really came to work, but the salaries became equal and the flow subsided. And everything would have been fine, but conditions were immediately created for migration flow-2, now with wives and children and without mandatory migrant workers. It’s just that someone needs them to come here for some specific purpose. Ask Khusnullin - maybe he knows this secret. I'm sure he knows. Guest workers are a thing of the past and there is no need to hide behind myths that there is no one to work. Now they are just migrants.

    Once again, all migrants who want to live in a warring country and enjoy the benefits of a warring country must undergo the SVO and earn this right either by injury or a medal. The war will not end soon; there is enough of it for all potential contenders. You deserve it - live here with your wives, parents and children. Undeserved - valiobratnona. And somehow it’s wrong. on the LBS, the Slavs mow down each other by the tens, hundreds of thousands, and these here are getting fat, growing shiny beards, their wives receive benefits at our expense, and at the same time they kill and blow us up.

    I strongly disagree with the author.
    1. -1
      31 March 2024 09: 30
      Afro-Africans too. What problems? Compared to Central Asians, they will be very modest

      Are you talking about the modesty of Africans that they demonstrate in Europe?
  17. +1
    30 March 2024 21: 21
    International terrorist organizations will not miss the opportunity to once again try to create a semblance of the terrorist ISIS banned in the Russian Federation. Having strengthened in Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan, radial forces will begin to undermine neighboring Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan.

    Right. and who are these organizations? - CIA, Mi 6...
    Until you destroy at least the hegemon, there will be no sense.

    the reason why Russian women do not have children, including the fact that their children, when they grow up, will have to fight and die.
    In the meantime, migrants are replacing the labor shortage.

    somewhere it was - Russia needs 500 million people, at least 300. But recently one deputy said - as many as 700.
    1. 0
      April 2 2024 19: 52
      In the meantime, migrants are replacing the labor shortage.

      The key word is "yet"...
  18. +1
    31 March 2024 07: 54
    Is it all that difficult to organize? Make a website with a database of migrants. Indicate his passport details (without details, but with the possibility of his identification), date of entry and exit, who is the inviting party (otherwise why is he here?), place of registration and stay (address). Who took the Russian language exam and when, and who issued the visa or registration. The databases of millions of Russians were leaked onto the Internet with the help of hackers - and the sky did not fall. What’s wrong with the fact that you can check this or that “valuable” specialist? After all, they won’t post bank account passwords. And transparency in formalizing the legality of the stay of “dear guests” will not eliminate, but will complicate (we are not naive) the corruption component of their much-needed migration! It’s still cheaper than cleaning up the consequences of their “goodies” later!
  19. +2
    31 March 2024 09: 47
    Obviously, all this is not feasible.
    Firstly, any developing economy needs labor, and in large quantities.

    - What kind of development are you talking about? Are new factories being built, old ones refurbished and repaired? New public roads, new high-speed railways are being laid into our homeland? There are only new buildings in the Moscow region and shopping centers. And for this it is necessary to import millions of migrants who do not want to adapt to Russian culture and traditions, but vice versa?
  20. 0
    31 March 2024 10: 29
    A residence permit gives the right to receive a pension in the future from the state where the person lived and worked and paid taxes.
    Otherwise, in their old age, these people may be left with nothing.
    There is a system for receiving migrants and it is not very bad, even based on the legislation that exists in Russia. The problem lies with the performers on the receiving side as well as the employers. They save on migrants as best they can, plus they engage in various types of extortion and fraud to make money from these people. This is practically observed in European countries. And so that migrants don’t make too much noise, they are given benefits, but they can do that for now.
  21. +2
    31 March 2024 10: 32
    It only means that someone needs this mess. And so, enter a work card, which indicates who, where, how, where, why, and how much. And who is the responsible person, that’s where the main demand is for the design and “behavior”. And no benefits, rights or other crap. Worked - go home, violated - a fine and go home with a wolf ticket. Contract system with re-certification. Having served in the Northern Military District/under contract for at least three years, you can apply for citizenship. So where is the State Duma? This means someone is interested in the mess.
    1. 0
      31 March 2024 22: 26
      violated - fine and go home with a wolf ticket.

      And at home, whoever needs to pay 5000 rubles, and you will be given new documents, where only one letter will be changed, and instead of the law-abiding citizen Sultanov, a law-abiding citizen of the Russian Federation, Sultanov appears, to whom Russia will again open its borders.
    2. 0
      April 2 2024 20: 51
      Served in the Northern Military District/under contract for at least three years

      What are you talking about, Galina? These “locusts” (that’s what they are called here in the Samara region, some “kishlakniks”) are NOT CONSCRIBED into our army! Even urgently... In an organized crime group - please. I once told S. Marzhetsky in the comments to his article about a case at the passport office, like one such “kishlak woman” with a litter of children - 1,5 square meters. CM (centimeter!) of living space, and her husband has as much as 2,5 centimeters! She told it herself, with pride... The whole village was dragged here... They already feel like “masters” here - and with good reason... The cops don’t touch them, the diaspora protects them, the bureaucrats cover them up, the organized crime group “protects” them... The circle is closed. .. Do “whatever you want” - no one tells you... It got to the point that several degenerates promised to “lower” our governor Azarov - the security forces took them.
      All the arguments of this author are extremely untenable against the backdrop of the problems that this rabble (the mildest definition) creates. And changing the surname by one letter - that’s what the Ministry of Internal Affairs database is for... Even street cameras recognize faces and are connected to an “alarm” button - harsh (very harsh) detention - minimum fine or term - expulsion (preferably at your own expense or at at the expense of the person who brought them), even by taxi to the border...
      Here is this article. Read the comments...
      https://topcor.ru/43434-pochemu-migracionnaja-problema-dlja-rossii-opasnee-chem-vojna-s-nato.html
  22. 0
    April 1 2024 04: 07
    It’s simple, pass a law allowing you to confirm the verification of your diploma, and let everyone else float down the river.
  23. +1
    April 2 2024 09: 55
    Firstly, in Saudi Arabia, migrants are given a residence permit with the right to work in the country, but not citizenship...What's bad? Secondly, it is better to fight Islamic terrorists on the borders of the country than on the streets of Russian cities...