The Federation Council proposed to ban the removal of children from the family without trial

The bill submitted to the State Duma provides for measures that, according to the authors, will ensure the protection of the child, but will not allow him to be taken from the family without a court decision. The document may be considered in autumn from a family without trial” />

A bill on measures to protect children, which would help avoid their removal from families, will be considered during the autumn session. Andrei Klishas, ​​a member of the Federation Council Committee on Constitutional Legislation and State Construction, announced this on Telegram.

“A set of measures to protect children is proposed, commensurate with the threats that must be eliminated, while maintaining the child's right to a family of his own. The removal of a child should be considered as an exceptional measure for the protection of the child and be applied only on the basis of a court decision, — said the senator.

Now Article 77 of the Family Code of Russia gives the body of guardianship and guardianship the right to immediately take the child away from the parents or guardians in the event of a threat to the life or health of the child.

Also, according to Klishas, ​​the law will include “the presumption of good faith in the exercise of parental rights by parents” as a principle of family law regulation, as well as the right of the child to live and be raised in his own family.

“The bill was prepared with the active participation of representatives of the parent community. We look forward to a constructive dialogue with all parliamentary factions on this bill during the autumn session of the parliament,— wrote Klishas.

Co-author of the bill, head of the subcommittee on civil and family law of the Committee of the Federation Council on constitutional legislation and state building Elena Mizulina said that the document had already been submitted to the State Duma and with its help, legislators would like to exclude the practice of arbitrary removal of children from families in Russia.

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In such cases, parents will be able to submit an application to the guardianship and guardianship authority for the appointment of a guardian or trustee for the child without termination of parental rights.

“In addition, the procedure is provided not only for filing an application, but also for a decision by the guardianship authority and guardianship, as well as taking into account the opinion of a child who has reached ten years of age, and the procedure for resolving disputes about a guardian, — agency quotes the text of the explanatory note to the document.

At the same time, parents will be able to attract relatives to raise children without special documentation of their powers. “It will not be possible to take away a child from grandparents who do not have a power of attorney from their parents,” — the explanatory note says.

The authorities regularly take measures to support families with children. In particular, from April 1, the country introduced a new payment for low-income families with children from eight to 16 years old inclusive. In Russia, there are already monthly payments for pregnant women and low-income families with children under the age of seven, inclusive. In addition, single parents who are raising children between the ages of eight and 16 receive assistance.

In 2021, all families received a lump sum payment of 10,000 rubles. for every child between the ages of six and 18. More than 200 billion rubles were allocated for this, that is, the number of children at this age was estimated at more than 20 million.

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The FSB warned the Russian who donated money to the Fund to help the Armed Forces of Ukraine


The FSB officers revealed a Russian who donated money to the international charitable foundation “Come Back Alive”, registered in Ukraine, during the Russian military operation, according to a message received by RBC from the special services. On July 1, he was “announced an official warning”.

“The FSB of Russia for the city of Moscow and the Moscow Region received information about the intention of a citizen of the Russian Federation to commit a crime under article 275 of the Criminal Code of Russia” High treason “,” ; reported in the agency.

According to the intelligence service, the fund has existed since 2014 and provides assistance to the Ukrainian armed forces “in staffing with electronic means of surveillance, unmanned aerial vehicles, communications equipment, training of the military.”

The FSB saw signs of high treason in the citizen's actions: they were provided financial assistance to “a foreign organization whose activities are directed against the security of the Russian Federation.”

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Precious gifts not redeemed by officials will be transferred to Gokhran

Putin instructed to hand over to Gokhran gifts not redeemed by officials from precious metals Expensive gifts to officials will be sent to the State Fund of Precious Metals and Stones, they will become the property of the state. Earlier, the Ministry of Finance proposed to allocate stocks of jewelry from this fund as a mobilization resource alt=”Precious gifts not redeemed by officials will be handed over to the Gokhran” />

Gifts made of precious metals and stones presented to officials and not redeemed by them must be transferred to the Gokhran. This order was signed by Vladimir Putin. The document is published on the legal information portal.

It is entrusted to transfer the jewelry to the presidential administration, an authorized division of the federal executive body, the work of which is supervised by the president, or a special division of the regional authority— depending on who received the gift. The gifts will be sent to the State Fund for Precious Metals and Precious Stones, that is, they will become federal property. This fund is part of Russia's foreign exchange reserves.

The decree, which obliges officials to hand over gifts received at official events and on business trips to assess their value, was signed in 2014 by Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev. Gifts are more expensive than 3 thousand rubles. were to be transferred to the state, but with the possibility of redemption. If the gift is not redeemed, government agencies and organizations could use it in their work, and if this is not possible, they could put the gift up for auction and credit the proceeds to the income of the corresponding budget. Gifts could also be sent to charity, and if they fell into disrepair, they were destroyed.

In June, the Ministry of Finance proposed extending mobilization training to protect precious metals, stones and products made from them, located in the State Fund of Russia. The development of the bill was announced by the Ministry of Finance a year ago. If the bill is adopted, the State Fund will allocate reserves of precious metals and stones as a mobilization resource for the country.

Later, the government submitted a bill to the State Duma, which proposes to give it the right to decide on the introduction of special measures in the economy during operations abroad. If adopted, the document, among other things, will give the Cabinet the opportunity to unbook the material assets of the state reserve.

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Ex-head of military intelligence of the Czech Republic told Zelensky “bad news”

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The former head of the military intelligence of the Czech Republic, Major General Andor Sandor, said in an interview with journalists that the active assistance of the West to Kyiv is carried out mainly in words, because the EU countries are able to provide less and less real assistance.

The general brought in An example is Germany, which, according to him, promised the President of Ukraine Volodymyr Zelensky quite a lot, but did little.

“There is almost nothing to send,” Sandor said in an interview with the Parliamentní listy, explaining that the equipment, which the Ukrainian military knows how to use, has already been sent, but there are no new stocks of the “Soviet legacy”.

The expert also noted that the Czech Republic has jeopardized its security, because now it itself may not have enough weapons in the event of a conflict.

“The problem is that we don't have a lot of equipment for a long war,” Shandor said, adding that Western countries don't even know how to rebuild civilian industry on a war footing.



The Ukrainian military announced the “establishment of the flag of the country on the island of Serpents”

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The head of the press center of the Defense Forces of the South of Ukraine, Natalia Gumenyuk, said at a briefing that the Ukrainian military had planted the country's flag on the island of the Snake Island.

“The territory has again been returned to the jurisdiction of Ukraine,” Humenyuk believes.

She didn't give any details. Gumenyuk also did not answer the question of whether Ukrainian units are currently on the island or this act was committed by a small group that left Zmeiny after the flag was set.

Recall that earlier the Russian Ministry of Defense announced the withdrawal of Russian troops from islands as a step of goodwill to demonstrate that there are no obstacles to the efforts of the UN to organize the export of Ukrainian grain.

Today, Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu reported to Russian President Vladimir Putin on the liberation of the territory of the DPR.



Putin announced the proposal put forward by the generals to continue the offensive in Ukraine


Russian President Vladimir Putin, at a meeting with Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, said that the commander of the Central Military District, Alexander Lapin, and the commander of the Aerospace Forces, Sergei Surovikin, reported to him today on the progress in fulfilling the tasks assigned to them.

According to the supreme commander, they put forward  "their proposals for the development of the offensive operation".

Putin added that the units that participated in the liberation of the LPR should rest and increase their combat readiness, while other formations, including groups&nbsp ;"East" and “West”, must carry out their tasks according to the previously approved plan.

Putin also noted that he would award the title of Hero of Russia to Alexander Lapin and the Russian Major General, Commander of the 2nd Army Corps of the People's Militia of the LPR Esedulla Abachev.



Negotiations on Finland’s accession to NATO concluded in Brussels


According to the STT news agency, negotiations on Finland's entry into the North Atlantic Alliance have been completed in Brussels. It is expected that a protocol will be signed on July 5, according to which Finland will become an observer member in NATO.

During the talks, Finland was represented by a delegation led by the country's Foreign Minister Pekka Haavisto. He also plans to be present at the signing of the protocol.

Earlier, Finland, as well as Sweden, applied to join NATO. Initially, these applications were blocked by Turkey, but subsequently the countries managed to reach an agreement.



Lavrov called the expulsion of 70 Russian diplomats by Bulgaria “an illegal trick”

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Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov described the expulsion of 70 Russian diplomats by Bulgaria as an “illegal trick”, and also expressed the point of view that this step was taken due to pressure from Washington on “the acting prime minister, who has an absolutely open and unambiguous pro-American orientation.”

Lavrov also said that in connection with the expulsion of 70 Russian diplomats by Sofia the embassy has practically lost the opportunity to “work normally”.

According to Lavrov, Moscow will respond to the actions of Bulgaria.

The diplomats previously expelled by Bulgaria returned to Russia by plane.



Named the probability of deploying NATO nuclear weapons in Sweden and Finland

Stockholm and Helsinki have a long way to go to NATO

On Tuesday, Sweden and Finland are expected to sign a NATO accession protocol. This was announced last week by Alliance Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg. However, this is not yet the finish line in the Scandinavian sprint run, but only one of many milestones on a path that can stretch for a long time.


“We are going to officially sign the accession protocol on Tuesday in the presence of the foreign ministers of Sweden and Finland, but the decision has already been made,” Stoltenberg said at a press conference on results of the NATO summit in Madrid.

The two Nordic countries were officially invited to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization after the signing on June 28 by Turkey, Finland and Sweden of a tripartite memorandum in which Stockholm and Helsinki pledged to fulfill the demands put forward by Ankara.

Although Jens Stoltenberg, following the results of the “historic » agreement stated that it expects Sweden and Finland to quickly become members of a military alliance, a formal invitation from NATO launches the accession process, consisting of a number of steps.

Key milestones along the way include negotiations between NATO and candidate countries. Applicants must formally commit to membership, and then the current Member States sign the Protocol of Accession before individually ratifying this document in their legislatures.

Now after signing, the protocol must be ratified by the parliaments of all thirty members block of states so that both countries can become part of NATO.

“We need a ratification process in 30 parliaments – it always takes some time, but I also expect it to happen quite quickly, because the allies are ready to try to make this ratification process as fast as possible,” Stoltenberg explained during the Madrid summit.

And here, for the Swedes and Finns, an “ambush” may arise – taking into account Erdogan’s threats voiced in recent days, not to submit the relevant document for ratification to Turkish legislators if Sweden and Finland do not fulfill the obligations enshrined in the deal with Ankara.

True, the Swedish Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson promised to comply with the agreement concluded with Turkey, including the obligation to extradite the terrorists. Speaking at the annual Almedalen Week political festival in Gotland on Sunday, she added that those who are not involved in terrorist activities have nothing to worry about: “Swedish citizens cannot be extradited in accordance with national and international law. If you have not been involved in terrorist activities, you have nothing to worry about.” Whether such a position will suit Ankara is still difficult to say, given Erdogan's penchant for unexpected political somersaults.

If (or when) parliamentarians in all current NATO countries give the green light to expansion, candidate countries will be formally invited to join to the Washington Treaty, the founding document of the Alliance.

Typically, the ratification process takes about a year – from the signing of the Accession Protocol by current NATO members to the country's accession to the Washington Treaty. NATO optimists, however, believe that given the Ukrainian crisis, Finland and Sweden could be accepted as soon as possible. However, realists point to the unpredictability of Turkey's behavior, which, as Erdogan openly promises, can block the process at the ratification stage in the Turkish parliament.

But if the Swedes and Finns manage to overcome all obstacles, and they become members of the Alliance, then Article 5 of the North Atlantic Treaty will apply to them, according to which all signatory parties consider an attack on one member of the organization as an attack on all.

The question arises: will the entry of Sweden and Finland into NATO entail the emergence of military bases of the Alliance on their territory, near the borders with Russia? And will these Nordic countries develop nuclear weapons?

So far in Stockholm and Helsinki! – are firmly trying to assure others that they do not plan to become “bastions” of NATO. In particular, former Swedish Prime Minister Carl Bildt told CNN that he does not foresee the construction of new large military bases either in Sweden or in Finland if they join the Alliance. Joining the bloc is likely to mean more joint military training and planning between Finland, Sweden and the 30 current NATO members, he said. Swedish and Finnish forces may also be involved in NATO operations around the world, for example, in the Baltic countries, where multinational military contingents are stationed at several bases.

On the other hand, it has recently become known that the mayor of a nearby The Russian city of Lappeenranta, Finland, Kimmo Järva, spoke in the spirit that the city would not mind, if necessary, providing the military with its airport as a NATO base.

As for the possibility of deploying nuclear weapons in Sweden or Finland, the entry of certain countries into NATO does not automatically mean sending weapons of mass destruction there. Moreover, in the past, the Americans have deployed their nuclear warheads in non-NATO countries (for example, in Asia).

So far – and this is again the key word – there are signals from the West that The North Atlantic Alliance does not intend to deploy nuclear weapons or permanent bases in the territories of new members. In particular, Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin spoke about this in an interview with the Italian edition of Corriere della Sera: “No one will come to us to impose nuclear weapons or permanent bases on us if we do not want it. I don't think there is even an interest in deploying nuclear weapons or opening NATO bases in Finland.” The ruling Social Democratic Party in Sweden, for its part, announced that it would oppose the deployment of nuclear weapons and military bases of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) in Sweden. However, no one can give any guarantees that bases and nuclear weapons will not appear on Finnish or Swedish soil. Yes, it looks like it won't even try.



Satanovsky urged “in English” to respond to the confiscation of Russian assets

The British have stopped pretending to be ladies and gentlemen

British Foreign Secretary Liz Truss said earlier that the British government is considering transferring frozen Russian assets to Ukraine. Presumably, the seized funds can be used to compensate for damage to individuals, or they will be transferred to Kyiv as “support for the restoration of Ukraine.” Political scientist Yevgeny Satanovsky believes that the British have finally stopped pretending and have shown themselves to be “bandits and pirates” and they need to respond accordingly.

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In his Telegram channel, the expert noted that the actions of the British authorities brilliantly illustrate the “veracity” of legends about the British laws that protect the “sacred” private property, freedom of trade and other European values. According to him, these “fairy tales” for several centuries they have helped under the “masks of ladies and gentlemen”; cover up their real nature, namely “bandits and pirates.” Satanovsky expressed his gratitude that the British stopped pretending.

The political scientist proposes, in response to London's steps, to start issuing en masse “letters of marque”, that is, documents that allow private ships to attack ships belonging to an enemy state. According to Satanovsky, any assets of the UK and its citizens, from goods and securities in bank vaults to the treasures of the British crown, should become “legitimate booty” anyone who can “lay a hand on them.” The expert believes that this can be done either after the transfer of Russia's assets to Ukraine, or it can be done “in a preventive manner”; already now.

According to Satanovsky, the proceeds could be used to restore the Donbass and other regions liberated by Russia. The political scientist predicts that those who exported Russian assets to the UK may oppose such measures, but this idea may “sink into someone's soul.” The expert explained that private initiative has always been at the heart of successful enterprises and the state often benefits from this. Satanovsky concluded that this is a “purely English tradition” that Russia should adopt.

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Details of the detention of a Russian cargo ship with grain in Turkey revealed

Expert: “Ankara will have to choose sides”

In Turkey, in the port of Karasu, a Russian cargo ship was detained, allegedly carrying Ukrainian grain. This was announced on Sunday, July 3, by Ukrainian Ambassador to Ankara Vasily Bondar. According to him, the fate of the cargo ship will be decided this week during a special meeting of investigators. However, some sources in the Turkish customs authorities are in no hurry to confirm such information. The expert spoke about the impact this situation will have on relations between Moscow and Ankara.

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“We have full cooperation,” the Kyiv ambassador said on Ukrainian television. “Currently, the ship is at the entrance to the port, it is detained by the Turkish customs authorities.”

The Ukrainian diplomat also claims that the fate of the vessel will be decided at a special meeting of investigators, which is expected to take place this week.

Meanwhile, representatives of the Turkish customs services stressed that the decision on the dry cargo ship from Russia, on board of which allegedly Ukrainian grain is located, has not yet been accepted. The ship still stands at the entrance to the Turkish port to this day. It is also unknown whether any meeting on his fate will be held at all.

The Turkish Customs Department in the port of Karasu, for their part, was also unable to confirm or deny this information.

“I can only say that there is no such vessel in the port,” the customs representative said in turn. “However, I do not rule out that it may be in open waters in the immediate vicinity of the port of Karasu.”

At the end of last week, it was reported that Kyiv turned to Ankara with a request to detain and arrest the cargo ship Zhibek Zholy, owned by the Kazakh company KTZ, but sailing under the Russian flag, reports the Turkish edition of the Daily Sabah. The Ukrainian authorities believe that from 4.5 to 7 thousand tons of Ukrainian grain exported from Berdyansk may be on board.

The Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine asked the Turkish leadership to conduct an “inspection of the vessel, seize grain samples for forensic examination, and also demand information about the whereabouts of such grain.” In addition, Kyiv expressed its readiness to organize a joint investigation with the Turkish authorities.

Meanwhile, the press secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov informed that the Kremlin does not yet have information about the detention of the Russian cargo ship in Turkey. He forwarded these questions to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation and the Ministry of Transport.

“Unfortunately, we do not have this information in the Kremlin, I think it makes sense to ask the Ministry of Transport or the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, because the Turkish side, of course, upon detention, if any, she must provide information through our embassy or consulate general,” said a Kremlin spokesman.

Earlier, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said that Ankara was investigating allegations that Ukrainian grain was allegedly “stolen” by Russia and sent to other states. He also stressed that he would not allow the import of such grain into his country.

Moreover, according to the head of the Turkish Foreign Ministry, Ankara has not yet encountered such cases and notified Kyiv of the results of each investigation.

“I have not yet seen any serious discussions on this topic in Turkey,” says Yashar Niyazbaev, editor-in-chief of MK-Turkey. – The only thing that interests everyone now is how Ankara will behave in this situation, since it will simply have to choose someone's side. This moment is now obvious.

I think that the Turkish authorities will try to maintain a certain balance anyway. First, Turkey will not want to be seen by the West as a country that turns a blind eye to Ukraine's problems. And secondly, it definitely needs to take steps that would not subsequently affect its relations with Russia in any way.”

According to the expert, Turkey is ready to undertake a serious and detailed investigation of this incident. At the same time, she will still try to find a diplomatic solution in order to somehow bypass this topic.

“It is still difficult to say exactly how the Turkish leadership will act,” the journalist continues. “At the same time, I am sure that Ankara will carefully consider the impact that this situation may have on relations with Moscow. She definitely will not spoil relations with Russia.



The State Duma spoke about the “picture tantrums” of the head of the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry Kuleba

The country's authorities are trying to capitalize on the crisis

Ukrainian Foreign Minister Dmitry Kuleba said in a recent interview that Ukraine is a fairly large country that will have to ask for a lot of funds. Deputy of the State Duma of the Russian Federation Dmitry Belik believes that in this way the Ukrainian leadership is trying to enrich itself on the crisis situation in the country.

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In an interview with, the parliamentarian said that “to ask, demand, take and resort to picture tantrums” are the key characteristics that guide the “puppet Kyiv regime” in its policy. Belik is convinced that the Ukrainian leadership, amid the “collapse and crisis in the country,” is doing everything to “fill its pockets.”

Moreover, the deputy noted that the prospect of Ukraine's accession to the European Union seems to the authorities of the country “bright and joyful.” Belik explains this by the fact that, being a “dependent country”, Ukraine can demand subsidies, which, in turn, will “end up in someone’s pockets.”

The parliamentarian also noted that the Ukrainian side is counting on “generosity” of the EU, since the issue of subsidies is already causing controversy among European donor countries, given that there are enough dependents in the Union, among which Poland occupies a leading position.

At the same time, Belik emphasized that the status of a candidate country in The European Union is not at all a guarantee of entry into it. The deputy concluded that the head of the Ukrainian Foreign Ministry is in vain looking so far, not taking into account what may happen to the country's sovereignty in the future.

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Protests in Uzbekistan organized by a “third force”

Managed chaos in Karakalpakstan

Events in Uzbekistan are becoming suspiciously similar to the start of the Kazakh protests in January. Satisfaction of demands in Karakalpakstan did not stop the riots in Nukus that broke out on July 2, which were fueled by activists from neighboring areas. At the same time, it became known that the initiative to deprive the Karakalpak region of sovereignty came from … regional deputies. Apparently, the true cause of the events must be sought in a different plane, and in the protest itself, the interests of different forces must be sought.

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The riots in Nukus ended with a forceful dispersal and the introduction of a state of emergency in the region. According to the country's Prosecutor General's Office, during clashes between protesters and police, 18 activists were killed and 243 were injured. 516 people were detained, some of them have already been released. It was not possible to kindle a mass protest, as happened six months ago in Kazakhstan, but the situation around Nukus is increasingly beginning to resemble the Kazakh scenario.

While the Uzbek president tried to resolve the situation on July 2 by removing the cause of the protest, a new batch of protesters from northern Karakalpak regions arrived in Nukus. After that, a phase of bloody clashes with the Uzbek security forces began. 50 members of the National Guard were attacked by three hundred activists who took away their special equipment and uniforms – walkie-talkies, batons, helmets, stun grenades and shields. In response, law enforcement officers used weapons and tear gas.

It seems that a crowd of activists was sent to the city on purpose to prevent the fire of protest from dying out prematurely after the decision of President Mirziyoyev to preserve the sovereignty of Karakalpakstan.

As you know, the January protests in Kazakhstan began due to rising gas prices in the Mangistau region and continued on a larger scale when the authorities agreed to the demands and lowered prices. In Uzbekistan, the problem of the status of the Karakalpak region also looks like just an excuse thrown up by regional deputies to unleash a wave of destabilization in the Central Asian region.

“MK” spoke about the events in Karakalpakstan with the head of the department for Central Asia and Kazakhstan of the Institute of CIS Countries Andrey Grozin:

– It has already been announced that among the detainees there are people who were involved in Kazakhstan during the well-known events, and before that in the protests in Belarus. I personally cannot interpret the words of the President of Uzbekistan in a different way, except that “professional revolutionaries” were at the head of the rebellion. An investigation team is already working on the detainees.

The Uzbek security forces have their own experience in this sense. Suffice it to recall the Andijan events, when even under Karimov there was an attempted armed rebellion in Andijan, suppressed much more severely than in Nukus.

The influence of external forces was noted by Tashkent. Although it is not called who specifically started it, it is known whose hefty ears stick out due to the events of the “Arab Spring”. Which, in turn, was a prelude to the rebellions that are now trying to organize in Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, and now, apparently, Kyrgyzstan is next in line.

– Of course. In order to successfully organize a “color coup”, you need to work in the “field” for a long time, through the study of various aspects of social life in certain regions of the “target country”. Long-term work with local leadership is also organized. This also applies to the security forces, and the same local parliamentarians. Gradually, a climate is being created in which the coup attempt can be successfully carried out.

In Kazakhstan, this was done quite brutally, “on the knee”, but in Uzbekistan, the study of the problems of the Karakalpak ethnos is a long-term strategy implemented by various think tanks, primarily Anglo-Saxon ones. This has been happening purposefully since the mid-1990s. Grant programs are allocated for quite plausible research, like the need for water supply in certain areas. There is also a growing of youth leaders for business and start-ups.

If you look closely at the biographies of the same parliamentarians, you will find out a lot of interesting points related, for example, to their contacts with non-Uzbek research centers. We can also note all sorts of inter-parliamentary exchanges. All this information will not be fully communicated to the public, but the leadership of Uzbekistan is already drawing its conclusions.

– Uzbekistan, like Kazakhstan, is not immune from the repetition of such events. For example, those who were arrested are not even the organizers, but rather “foremen” who have been trained in organizing mass riots and directing the crowd to the targets necessary for the organizers.

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“Bavarian Lovers”. Who in Russia regrets the victory over Hitler?

Against the backdrop of a special military operation to protect the DPR and LPR, a wave of “defeatism” has risen again in Russian opposition circles. The meaning of such statements boils down to the fact that to return to the “path of civilization” the country can only as a result of a military defeat.

“If the USSR had once been occupied by Germany, now Russia would be more technologically advanced”

Surprisingly, theses also surfaced about the notorious “Bavarian beer” that the Russians would drink if the Great Patriotic War ended in the defeat of the Soviet Union in 1941.

The former editor-in-chief of the Kommersant publication Andrey Vasiliev in an interview with Radio Liberty, recognized in Russia as a foreign agent said: “As a matter of fact, Russia had a chance, I believe, the Soviet Union, to lose the war. Lose the war to Hitler. And then Hitler and Stalinall naturally combined forces won sooner or later. And if Russia had remained the loser in the war, then it would have lived like Germany or Japan now.

But if Vasiliev does not hold any posts today, then a similar statement by the candidate of economic sciences Elena Chirkova, which historian Alexander Dyukov cited in his Telegram channel, is much less harmless: “And I believe that if the USSR had once been occupied by Germany, then now Russia would be more technologically developed and with a large GDP per capita. So what? I always thought so.

For “contribution to scientific reputation”

Graduated in 1989 from Moscow State University with a degree in Political Economy; Mrs. Chirkova has been an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Economic Sciences at the National Research University Higher School of Economics for the past 16 years. Twice she was recognized as the best teacher of the university, has a certificate from the Higher School of Economics, as well as an allowance for “contribution to scientific reputation”; “Towers”.

Of course, one can always say that Associate Professor Chirkova is an economist, not a historian. However, such a magnificent theory of benefits, which allegedly brought defeat from Hitler, casts doubt on the reputation of the specialist as a whole.

No one today knows for sure who was the first to put into use the expression “We would lose — would drink Bavarian”, however, its active broadcast in the liberal domestic press began at the end of perestroika.

“Slavery under Hitler would not have lasted longer than under Stalin”

In 1989, a journalist from the publication Moskovsky Komsomolets Alexander Minkin wrote the following: 

«No, we did not win.

Or so: we won, but lost.

What if it would be better if Stalin had not defeated Hitler, but Hitler — Stalin?

It was not Germany that perished in 1945. Fascism perished.

Similarly: not Russia would perish, but the regime. Stalinism.

Maybe it would be better if Nazi Germany defeated the USSR in 1945. And even better b — in 1941! We would not have lost our 22 or 30 million people. And this is not counting the post-war “Beria” million.

We liberated Germany. Maybe it would be better if they released us?

Before, such defeatist arguments (if they arose) were immediately interrupted by spiritual protest: no! Stalin is better than a thousand years of slavery under Hitler!

This — myth. This is a false choice, planted by propaganda. Hitler could not live 1000 years. Even a hundred. It is likely that slavery under Hitler would not have lasted longer than under Stalin, and perhaps there would have been fewer victims.

The material was published in 1990 in the journal Country and World, and then and in the Sotsium magazine.

But Minkin did not calm down on this, repeating the publication in MK June 22, 2005. Which ended in a huge scandal.

At the same time, the journalist himself tried to prove that he, they say, was not talking about “Bavarian”. But the essence does not change — apologists of this theory proceed from the fact that the defeat from Hitler was not fatal for the inhabitants of the USSR.

«The main idea — is precisely in the fight against "Muscovy" and Russians»

The example of Mrs. Chirkova shows that the bearers of liberalism continue to inspire this thesis to new generations. And from it, respectively, to throw a bridge to current events.

At the same time, not only all the ideological postulates of Hitler regarding the “conquest of living space in the East” are completely ignored, but also the practical steps within the framework of the so-called “General Plan Ost”.

“The idea that it was not an option for a Jew to survive in the event of a Nazi victory somehow subsided in the minds of our intelligentsia. But what would be a little better for a Russian in the world of the victorious Third Reich — it somehow does not fit in their heads. Russians are somehow not perceived as an object of the Nazi racial war of extermination — it is believed that it was not about extermination, but about enslavement, — writes historian Alexander Dyukov in his Telegram channel.< /strong> – Meanwhile, if we look at the developments of Rosenberg in the spring of 1941 (these plans were rewarded by the appointment of the Minister for the Occupied Territories), we will find that the main idea there — precisely in the fight against "Muscovy" and Russian:

– as many Russian territories as possible should be torn away and transferred to the puppet states of Ukraine, Weisrutenia and the Don region;

– Russians from these territories should be deported to the truncated “Muscovy”;

– European Jews were also planned to be deported there;

– in "Muscovy" the most brutal occupation regime, both politically and economically, must be established.

In general, the Russian "Muscovy" was supposed to be the last circle of Nazi hell: the place of extermination of Jews and “Slavs of Russian nationality”; (this definition of the enemy was given by Hitler in his “Second Book”).

“The Fuhrer's decision to raze Moscow and Leningrad to the ground is unshakable”

There are also statistics on the human losses of the Soviet Union during the Great Patriotic War, where 14 million victims were among the civilian population. Of these, 7.4 million — victims of deliberate extermination. These are the ones who were killed simply because they wanted to be killed. Because they are representatives of the “lower race”, preventing the establishment of the “new order”.

The tragedy of Leningrad — is a vivid example of this. At the same time, here, too, liberal-minded citizens managed to speculate on the need to surrender the city, ignoring the fact confirmed by German documents — the Nazis were not going to save either Leningrad or its population.

On July 8, 1941, the Chief of the German General Staff Franz Halder wrote in his diary: “The Fuhrer’s decision to raze Moscow and Leningrad to the ground is unshakable in order to completely get rid of the population of these cities, which otherwise we will then be forced to feed during the winter. The task of destroying these cities must be carried out by aviation. Tanks should not be used for this. It will be “a national disaster that will deprive the centers not only of Bolshevism, but also of the Muscovites (Russians) in general.”

“Lovers of Bavarian”

It would seem that everything is more than clear. But the domestic liberal thinks differently. He considers himself to be in a category that should not share the suffering of the people. The occupier, having appreciated the high intellectual level of the “elite”, will keep it for his own purposes. And, accordingly, pour “Bavarian”.

The experience of the Great Patriotic War shows that in our country there were many who believed in “civilized Germans”. Once in the occupation, such people behaved differently. Some, convinced of what the policy of the Third Reich was in reality, dreamed of the return of the Red Army. Others really went to the service of the Nazis, participating in the destruction of their compatriots. Many of the latter then managed to escape to the West, prophesying from there about a certain “Third Way”.

The struggle for the future of the country is going on not only on the front line, but also in the rear. And with «lovers of the Bavarian» it's time to finish in the most decisive way.

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Aiden’s defense asked to exclude several articles of the Criminal Code of the DPR from the charge

The defense of the British mercenary Aslin Aiden, who was sentenced to death in the DPR for participating in hostilities on the Ukrainian side, appealed the verdict, asking to exclude several articles of the criminal code of the Donetsk People's Republic from it. Lawyer Pavel Kosovan spoke about this, TASS reports.

The defense asked to cancel the June 9 verdict on Aiden's conviction for committing crimes by a group of people and forcibly seizing power. Lawyers are asking to stop the case in this part due to the absence of corpus delicti in the actions of the defendant.

Recall that on June 9, three captured foreign mercenaries were sentenced to capital punishment in Donetsk. Two British citizens Sean Pinner and Aslin Aiden, as well as Moroccan citizen Saadoun Brahim, pleaded guilty to Ukraine's armed aggression to seize power in the DPR.

Earlier it was reported that the defenders of the mercenary from Morocco filed a cassation appeal.

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