The Kremlin turns its Eye towards the Aged
“This is a big country – there’s the Far East, and Siberia.”
Well, that did not take long.
In power for only a brief period, the Kremlin’s hand-picked Mayor of Moscow Sergei Sobyanin has already jumped on the bandwagon being driven by Belgorod governor Savchenko and is proposing the resettlement of all of Moscow’s elderly citizens in order to bring down real estate prices for the city’s younger set.
Savchenko is blunt: “Make it so that there would be five million people living here [in Moscow], and all the issues would be resolved without capital investment.”
But we think he is not bold enough.
Why think resettlement, Comrade Savchenko? Doesn’t that still impose an unnecessary expense on Russia’s young and vital? Wouldn’t it be so much cheaper to just build a few industrial gas chambers, with incinerators to match? Haven’t you ever heard, Comrade Savchenko, of Comrade Stalin?
We can only wonder how long it will be before the Kremlin expands its resettlement ideas beyond Moscow, and beyond the aged. How long until anyone not a member of the United Russia party needs resettlement, perhaps reeducation, perhaps extended treatment in a psychiatric facility under the loving care of neo-Soviet “doctors” who understand that only an insane person can criticize Vladimir Putin?
How long before the notion of resettling the racially undesirable is raised? Certainly, if the race riots and lynchings sweeping Moscow are any indication, such an idea would meet widespread acceptance among ordinary Russians.
Day by day, Russia is revealed as an ever more vile and odious nation, capable of sinking to depths that would be impossible to imagine but for the fact that only a short while ago Russia, in the guise of the USSR, had already sunk to them.
When will the leaders of the free world, especially the craven coward Barack Obama, stand up for justice in Russia?