Statement of the Council of Muftis of Russia — the influx of migrants due to degradation of the local population

Mufti Ravil Gainutdin slaves found in Russia

Mufti Ravil Gainutdin slaves found in Russia

Alexander Grishin

Fairly frank admission made at the meeting of the Presidium of the Interreligious Council of Russia, held in Moscow, the head of the Muslims of Russia Mufti Ravil Gainutdin.

— If the native population (of Russia — Ed.) Will not work, after the wages they lost by 15-20 days at which time the machines are, these workers can not produce anything. — He was diagnosed. But it's not finished. Considered as the head of the Muslims, the migrants are "pots" hear and quite wrong. Because, in contrast to the native population of Russia "do not drink, they are disciplined, hard-working, if the salary is received, then send it home to feed their families."

— Migrants — is a necessary measure. Today Russian villages are destroyed, villages disappear. The blame does not need to search for migrants: they are our slaves in fact, come to work for us. We ourselves must work and create good Fatherland — said the mufti and added. — We have over twenty years have brought a generation that loves to work, loves to watch porn, drink alcohol, take drugs, hanging out in clubs, neither one of them will not work in the fields to plant, harvest.

It is surprising, but the mufti got one on the side of their brothers in the faith.

— When I was asked, how are you, I said, the worst, I guess. All sins today accused our brothers, — he stressed. — We do not want our country to be a little "Zavolzhskaya republic." We want to make our country great and Siberia, and the Caucasus, and the Far East.

This amazing revelation. You can, of course, to believe that it is only a warning mufti, but too bright these suggestions to honor them such a modest status. Much more they resemble the ultimatum.

I'd like to know the opinion of the Prosecutor General? Is there not here the very content that pulls the 282-th article of the Criminal Code?

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