The case in Kirov, or it is necessary to fight the cause, not the effect

Everyone has probably already heard about the case in Kirov, where a 33-year-old man kicked a disabled person. It affects the so-called. the reaction of social networks, especially supporters of the current government. Of course, this man did very, very badly; but the situation must be looked deeper. It is always necessary to fight first of all with the cause, not with the effect.

People, as they say, turned on the intact mode, as if this Dmitry (that is the name of the man who kicked the disabled person) accidentally fell from the moon to us. In fact, such Dmitriy (there are a lot of them in our society) is a natural result of state policy in the field of upbringing and education, in the field of culture and education.

In the Soviet Union, the upbringing and educational policy, as well as the cultural and educational policy, was at the proper level. Therefore, even with a rich imagination, it is impossible to imagine that in the USSR someone took, and easily kicked a disabled person.

And what - in "our", liberal-democratic erefia? From an early age, children grow up on computer games and shooting games, the meaning of which is to kill; moreover, to kill, not protecting someone worthy or something worthy, but just like that. Then they start watching "boomers", "antikillers" and other criminal shit, which they play for hours on NTV and Channel 5.

Before their eyes they have no worthy examples - only bloody, evil destroyers. From childhood in today's people are brought up aggression, anger, baseless hatred, heartlessness, selfishness, pride. Here, at the exit, such Dmitrys are obtained. It is no coincidence that they do not come from Mars, but are a natural result of the fact that the state has abandoned the Soviet traditions of upbringing and forming worthy people.

In today's art, in the same films, even in neutral ones - which are not about murder, not about massacre, not about shooting - the moral and educational aspect is completely absent. About Soviet art, in which this aspect was at its best, it is now customary to say with contempt that reality was varnished there, and the heroes were caricatures.

It was not varnishing, and not caricature. They just showed people how it should be and what they should strive for. And this gave a result: there were an order of magnitude more worthy people in the Soviet Union than in the liberal-democratic era.

The second point: the similar, bestial attitude of people towards each other, which reigns today in our society, is also a reflection and continuation of the bestial attitude towards the people on the part of the authorities. “I don’t like getting a little at school - get into business”, “The state did not ask you to give birth”, the case with the deputy minister, a member of the EP at Izhevsk airport, the case with the governor of Chuvashia, also a member of the EP and an officer of the Ministry of Emergency Situations, etc. >

The man who kicked the disabled person continues this line. The authorities and public figures who like to demonstrate their contempt for the people need to understand that ordinary people will imitate them in this, and this will not lead to anything good.

Under capitalism, a person, his life, his personality, his interests are not worth a penny. And I think that even the most repulsed anti-Sovietists will confirm that in Soviet times nothing like the above could have been seen or heard from Comrade P. M. Masherov or from Comrade N. S. Patolichev or from Comrade A. N. Kosygin. p>

By the way, I won't be surprised if it turns out that this Dmitry is also a member of EP. Although, it is unlikely: if he were a member of the EP, the whole situation, in principle, would not have received publicity. But I will definitely not be surprised if in the near future he joins the EP or joins the ranks of the police or n-guards - so that later you can kick people with impunity.

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