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    Post  flamming_python Sun Apr 18, 2021 12:28 am

    lyle6 wrote:MOSCOW, April 16 - RIA Novosti. The Ministry of Internal Affairs demands from the CIS states that their citizens who are illegally in Russia leave the country before June 15.
    This was announced at a meeting of the Interparliamentary Assembly of the Commonwealth by the deputy head of the department, Alexander Gorovoy .
    According to the statistics of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, which the Deputy Minister showed on the slide, today there are more than 332 thousand illegal migrants from Uzbekistan in Russia, 247 thousand from Tajikistan, 152 thousand from Ukraine, 120 thousand from Azerbaijan, 115 thousand from Kyrgyzstan, 61 thousand from Armenia, 56 thousand - from Moldova, 49 thousand - from Kazakhstan.

    https://ria.ru/20210416/mvd-1728583157.html
    Fucking Based. Heil Putler!

    I view this as an anti-Russian action being perpetrated by the Russian government itself

    The Russian economy is facing an acute labour shortage at the moment. I doubt it can make up for it by mid-June

    What's more such a step won't exactly generate good will. Give people a chance to legalize their presence, Biden-style.

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    Post  limb Sun Apr 18, 2021 12:53 am

    flamming_python wrote:
    lyle6 wrote:MOSCOW, April 16 - RIA Novosti. The Ministry of Internal Affairs demands from the CIS states that their citizens who are illegally in Russia leave the country before June 15.
    This was announced at a meeting of the Interparliamentary Assembly of the Commonwealth by the deputy head of the department, Alexander Gorovoy .
    According to the statistics of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, which the Deputy Minister showed on the slide, today there are more than 332 thousand illegal migrants from Uzbekistan in Russia, 247 thousand from Tajikistan, 152 thousand from Ukraine, 120 thousand from Azerbaijan, 115 thousand from Kyrgyzstan, 61 thousand from Armenia, 56 thousand - from Moldova, 49 thousand - from Kazakhstan.

    https://ria.ru/20210416/mvd-1728583157.html
    Fucking Based. Heil Putler!

    I view this as an anti-Russian action being perpetrated by the Russian government itself

    The Russian economy is facing an acute labour shortage at the moment. I doubt it can make up for it by mid-June

    What's more such a step won't exactly generate good will. Give people a chance to legalize their presence, Biden-style.
    This. Central asians are actually more russophilic than the native russians, especially russian youth. They're generally working class people who still remember that in the USSR it was actually better, and that Russia is a positive economic and political influence. Meanwhile the vast majority of russian youth are retarded west worshipping neoliberals due to western propaganda, about how the US and western europe offer wealth, muh rights, and how evil putin is impeding on their dream of becoming western style bourgois business owners
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    Example: this bitch

    Would you prefer scum like this remains in russia while central asian workers are kicked out?

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    Post  LMFS Sun Apr 18, 2021 1:12 am

    lyle6 wrote:Relax, that was in jest. The sort of people who would disagree with this move are the ones who see Putin as Hitler, and one just can't resist running with the theme to poke fun at such retards.

    But yeah, this move is an obvious one and a long time in coming. The central asian shitholes have grown too bold lately and its high time they are punished for it. Their citizens too - if they want to act like apes, they are free to do so in their countries. Or go to France that works too.

    That is one of the nice things being very restrained offers Putin now, the West does not even realize the amount of ways Russia can retaliate without braking sweat but making things notably more difficult for their subversive plans. The more serious things like oil, rocket engines, titanium etc will be left for the right moment when they really screw the gringos.
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    Post  calripson Sun Apr 18, 2021 1:20 am

    limb wrote:
    flamming_python wrote:
    lyle6 wrote:MOSCOW, April 16 - RIA Novosti. The Ministry of Internal Affairs demands from the CIS states that their citizens who are illegally in Russia leave the country before June 15.
    This was announced at a meeting of the Interparliamentary Assembly of the Commonwealth by the deputy head of the department, Alexander Gorovoy .
    According to the statistics of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, which the Deputy Minister showed on the slide, today there are more than 332 thousand illegal migrants from Uzbekistan in Russia, 247 thousand from Tajikistan, 152 thousand from Ukraine, 120 thousand from Azerbaijan, 115 thousand from Kyrgyzstan, 61 thousand from Armenia, 56 thousand - from Moldova, 49 thousand - from Kazakhstan.

    https://ria.ru/20210416/mvd-1728583157.html
    Fucking Based. Heil Putler!

    I view this as an anti-Russian action being perpetrated by the Russian government itself

    The Russian economy is facing an acute labour shortage at the moment. I doubt it can make up for it by mid-June

    What's more such a step won't exactly generate good will. Give people a chance to legalize their presence, Biden-style.
    This. Central asians are actually more russophilic than the native russians, especially russian youth.  They're generally working class people who still remember that in the USSR it was actually better, and that Russia is a positive economic and political influence. Meanwhile the vast majority of russian youth are retarded west worshipping neoliberals due to western propaganda, about how the US and western europe offer wealth, muh rights, and how evil putin is impeding on their dream of becoming western style bourgois business owners
    .

    Example: this bitch

    Would you prefer scum like this remains in russia while central asian workers are kicked out?

    She is speaking in English on Youtube. I agree, if she doesn't like Russia so much they should revoke her citizenship and put her on the next plane out.

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    Post  miketheterrible Sun Apr 18, 2021 5:30 am

    She doesn't like Russia. Where they allow her to make videos about how much she hates her country. Where she clearly has money and the ability to have internet connection and phone or cameras to make videos and what not about how she hates her country

    Instead, send her off to Saudi Arabia.

    But don't worry, it isn't majority of youth.  Most of these Russians who make these videos in English are the loud minority of libtards.  They are just a loud idiots.

    Majority of youth now are becoming anti west as per last results of the polls.  So she is just loud minority idiot.  But yes, a lot of foreigners may be much more inclined to like the country they are fighting tooth and nail to get in or stay in.

    There is a possibility that the illegal migrants being kicked out are the type Russia doesn't want to keep. I imagine they were checked. I also imagine most are given an opportunity to obtain legal citizenship or working visas and may not qualify due to criminal pasts. These are people we usually do not want.

    As for labor shortage, these people fill jobs that are not in demand thus jobs that pay like shit. Instead, construction companies should pay much more instead of relying on cheap labor and poor working conditions and breaking safety laws.

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    Post  lyle6 Sun Apr 18, 2021 6:40 am

    flamming_python wrote:
    I view this as an anti-Russian action being perpetrated by the Russian government itself

    The Russian economy is facing an acute labour shortage at the moment. I doubt it can make up for it by mid-June

    Russian employers would just have to learn to pay more for Russian workers and actually enforce labor codes. Of course the government should assist here as well. Offer tax breaks to businesses willing to employ Russians while levying fines and restrictions on businesses more interested in profiteering off the backs of undocumented workers instead of doing their duty as patriots.

    flamming_python wrote:What's more such a step won't exactly generate good will. Give people a chance to legalize their presence, Biden-style.
    Don't flatter yourself. The only thing this charade has developed is a sense of entitlement from the illegals. That's it.

    limb wrote:
    This. Central asians are actually more russophilic than the native russians, especially russian youth.  They're generally working class people who still remember that in the USSR it was actually better, and that Russia is a positive economic and political influence. Meanwhile the vast majority of russian youth are retarded west worshipping neoliberals due to western propaganda, about how the US and western europe offer wealth, muh rights, and how evil putin is impeding on their dream of becoming western style bourgois business owners.
    They are so Russophilic they go ahead and flaunt Russia's laws?

    limb wrote:
    Example: this bitch

    Would you prefer scum like this remains in russia while central asian workers are kicked out?
    There is no false choice between the two. Deport both to their actual and for the bitch's case, her spiritual homelands. Let's see how she manages in America - I doubt she'd even last a month before having to turn to the streets. They'd eat her alive.

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    Post  kvs Sun Apr 18, 2021 7:32 am

    That bitch is the typical liberast degenerate. Coddled asswipe with a severe entitlement syndrome who projects her fantasies onto the
    west and takes out her loser frustrations on Russia.

    Also, YouCrap is clearly a western soft power outfit. I bet her BS videos are all monetized. If she grew up in the USA it would not
    even enter her mind to set up a YouCrap hate channel because she would face serious risk of being beaten to death walking down
    the street and her mind would have been trained from birth to think she is living in a utopia. If for some reason she still decided to
    piss on America, then YouCrap would demonetize her channel. America has social norms that generate conformity. Russia has too
    much softness and tolerance for malcontents. Theoretically the latter is better than the former, but in reality it is a weakness.
    Being soft on losers only gives them a big head. They do need to lead a hard knocks life to shut them up.

    Of course, the liberast disease in Russia is maintained by western effort. There is active recruitment of losers both inside and outside
    Russia with fairy tale cons about how wonderful life is in the west. This bitch should get on the next plane and live it up in her utopia.
    But you see, the west does not accept such retards so they have to stay in their home countries and smell everything up.

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    Post  franco Tue Jun 01, 2021 11:24 am

    What will change in the lives of Russians from June 2021

    Law on educational activities, rules for refusing "mortgage vacations" and registration of SIM cards on the website of public services

    TASS, together with the State Duma of the Russian Federation, presents a selection of important laws and regulations that will start working in June 2021 and will affect many Russians.

    A new national standard for informing the population about emergencies will start working

    From June 1, the procedure for informing the population through the media and through other channels of information about predicted and emerging emergencies comes into force . GOST defines the rules of conduct in the emergency area, the procedure for reporting the receipt of payments and the restoration of lost documents, and more. Information should not be controversial, but it should be published promptly and regularly to avoid the effect of a vacuum. For example, officials are now obliged to provide the media with operational information from the emergency zone at least four times a day, to carry out photo and video documentation of the situation, rescue and other urgent work in the emergency zone, to take part in the preparation and conduct of press conferences.

    The concept of educational activities is introduced

    On June 1, a law comes into force that defines the general requirements for the implementation of educational activities. The concept of educational activity is introduced - this is an activity carried out outside the framework of educational programs, aimed, in particular, at the dissemination of knowledge, experience, value attitudes, competence for the purpose of intellectual, spiritual, moral, creative, physical and (or) professional development of a person.

    It is prohibited to use educational activities to incite social, racial, national or religious hatred, as well as to induce illegal actions. The law is intended to protect citizens from anti-Russian propaganda.

    Subscribers will be obliged to inform the operator of their passport data


    On June 1, amendments to the federal law "On Communications" will come into force - they should help to more effectively fight the illegal sale of SIM-cards. Legal entities and individual entrepreneurs acting as subscribers are now obliged to report reliable data of users of corporate numbers to the operator, otherwise they will no longer be served. The new law also imposes on the telecom operator the obligation to check subscriber information and identify fictitious data.

    Citizens will be able to "bind" a unique device identifier to an account in the Unified Identification and Authentication System. Then, if the phone is lost, its owner will be able to contact the authorized bodies with a request not to service the device.

    The procedure for granting increased pensions for northerners will change

    The amount of the pension depends on the area of ​​residence. Accordingly, when assigning payments, the place of registration is taken into account. From June 1, residents of the northern regions are required once a year to personally submit to the FIU a statement confirming their actual place of residence.

    A "social taxi" for children and young people will start operating in Moscow

    From June 1, a "social taxi" will be launched for children and young people in need of palliative care. Parents of 900 children who are included in the unified city register of patients in need of palliative care will be able to order such a taxi free of charge.

    Some conscripts will be exempted from medical examination

    From June 6, a medical examination will become optional for those conscripts whose delay is not related to health conditions: for family reasons or in connection with training. In this case, the examination can be carried out at the request of the conscript himself.

    Mandatory information is introduced about the reasons for refusal in "mortgage holidays"

    Starting from June 6, lenders will be obliged to explain to borrowers the reason for refusing to provide "mortgage vacations". This will avoid unjustified refusals or the imposition by the bank of its debt restructuring programs, which are not so beneficial for borrowers. In case of refusal to change the terms of the loan agreement without reason, borrowers will be able to appeal against the actions of the credit institution in a pre-trial or court order and protect their rights of consumers of financial services.

    FSIN employees will have the right to issue a warning

    From June 6, FSIN officers will be able to issue an official warning to suspects, accused and convicted persons about the inadmissibility of actions that create conditions for a crime or offense. Prior to that, the authority to issue such a warning was vested in police officers, prosecutors and the FSB.

    Control over international road transport will be tightened

    From June 7, foreign carriers who have not paid the fine for traffic violations on the territory of Russia will be obliged to pay it at the border. They will be given three hours to pay.

    The comprehensive Russian language exam for foreigners will change

    From June 7, a unified procedure for a comprehensive examination in the Russian language, the history of Russia and the fundamentals of the legislation of the Russian Federation for foreigners is being introduced . Requirements for the minimum level of knowledge differ depending on the purpose of stay in the country.

    The movement of trucks in Moscow will be limited

    From June 15, trucks weighing 3.5 tons or more will not be able to stay within the Moscow Ring Road; fixed routes and the division of passes into day and night are also being introduced .

    Beekeeping in Russia will be supported in a new way

    On June 29, the law begins to work, which regulates the mechanisms of state support for beekeeping. In particular, it is aimed at combating counterfeiting and preventing the poisoning of bees with agrochemicals and pesticides. For example, now agricultural enterprises are obliged to notify residents of settlements within a radius of seven kilometers three days before the land cultivation with agrochemicals.

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    Post  miketheterrible Tue Jun 01, 2021 11:50 am

    The education law part is the best. Something we need here. Keep education simple and to the point.

    Should also outlaw political scientists. They are not only useless, but useful idiots for others.
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    Post  PapaDragon Tue Jun 01, 2021 8:20 pm


    7 in 10 Russians Support Reviving ‘Gulag’ Prison Labor – Poll thumbsup

    https://www.themoscowtimes.com/2021/06/01/7-in-10-russians-support-reviving-gulag-prison-labor-poll-a74068

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    Post  lancelot Tue Jun 01, 2021 9:16 pm

    The problem with having prison labor is it gives incentive to increase incarceration rates.
    The USA is a good example of this. Made even worse with private prisons and lobbying.

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