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Tue, Jan. 25th, 2011, 03:29 am
elaev_i_a: How lives chiefs of the CPRF?

              In May, 1980 year I was accepted as a candidate for membership of the Communist Party of Soviet Union. Since then, I am fighting for the ideas of communism, including for ideas of the general equality. Participated in election campaigns on the side of the Communist Party of Russian Federation (CPRF), even was the representative of the presidential candidate of Russia of chairman of the Central Committee of the CPRF Zyuganov GA.
             During the election campaigns the voters voiced complaints that the chiefs of the CPRF go to power to have a good income, and not for the idea. Due to the fact that I myself was involved to advancement in the power of the representatives of the chiefs of the CPRF, and also to warn others from of errors, now I will compare incomes of some representatives of the CPRF against of incomes the average in Russia and the average pension in Russia.
            For example, the chairman of the Central Committee of CPRF Zyuganov GA and the member of the Presidium of the Central Committee of the CPRF Romanov VS in 2009 received a incomes of more than two million rubles each (site of the State Duma of Russia). The proximity of power allowed they to obtain such income (they both are members of the Committee of State Duma of Russia). Now compare their incomes against of incomes the average in Russia, which in 2009 were equal to 16,857 rubles per month (site of the Federal State Statistics Service of Russia). As we can see, the representatives of the chiefs of the CPRF received a incomes in 2009 is 10 times higher than incomes the average in Russia. Clearly far from equality. If give an example of average pensions in Russia in 2009, we understand why chiefs of the CPRF so much wants to stay in power. Because in 2009 the average of pensions amounted to 6,177.4 rubles per month (site of the Federal State Statistics Service of Russia). The difference in more than 100 times. How we can to speak, without emotion, with facts in hand, we can see who for what to fought and how lives chiefs of the CPRF. Definitely that neither Zyuganov nor Romanov (who incidentally is the curator of Mordovia in the CPRF faction in the State Duma) clearly do not want to be with us to be equal. This is evidenced by even the fact that not one or the other have not abandoned their incomes and have not agreed to receive in 2009 for 16,857 rubles per month. Therefore, they both wish to stay in power.
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"Election of the President of the Russian Federation
March 2, 2008
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YELAYEV
Ivan Alexandrovich
is representative of Zyuganov GA
of the presidential candidate of the Russian Federation
Secretary of the Central Election
Commission of the Russian Federation                 N.E.Konkin"

Lawyer Yelayev Ivan Alexandrovich, phone: +79510538999, e-mail: I.Yelayev@gmail.com

Tue, Jan. 25th, 2011 02:34 am (UTC)
scottks: collective morality never works

"(T)he foundation of our national policy will be laid in the pure and immutable principles of private morality; ...the propitious smiles of Heaven can never be expected on a nation that disregards the eternal rules of order and right which Heaven itself has ordained..." -- George Washington, First Inaugural, April 30 1789

"Our constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other." -- John Adams

Our country is headed toward socialism and communism. It will totally fail if it does. I don't give it much more time.

We are fighting the same battles over here. Obama wants to grow government, and not private industry. Government doesn't make money -- it burns it. It wastes it. It devours it.

Edited at 2011-01-25 02:36 am (UTC)