Today, one of the popular musicians wrote in his post in connection with the Day of Russia that their singers were pelted with blocks of ice by Spartak fans during their performance in 1993 with a group of famous Russian singers at halftime of a football match. And, he noted that, they say, the people do not reciprocate. And the singer-musician decided to equate this fact with the fact of love for the Motherland and the people, as well as to his contradictory feeling of love for the Motherland and the people.
Here are my thoughts on this.
When the cat eats at this time, it is better not to stroke it, or it will bite. When a fan is sick, it is better not to treat him for this "disease", but to let him get sick. That is why many viewers are allergic to advertising ignorance, spitting on the state of mind of the viewer.
Everything that is written in the post of this famous singer-musician is not about Russia and the Russians, but about the crowd and the mass of fans-fans who could not be turned into their own fans. Quickly transform a fan fan into a fan of music in the stadium is not so easy! This is a problem of competition between different forms of fanaticism. This is a different phenomenon.
Where can you really meet Russians and compatriots? There are places like this. There aren't many of them. In these places, a person feels his Fatherland and his involvement in it. And I want to believe that the feeling of the Fatherland will never disappear in Russia.
Of course, I would like to see more places where we feel our Fatherland and they would not be associated with border situations between the life and death of Russians. I am talking about the problem of the Fatherland and compatriots, in particular, young people who die in the war, while high-ranking military officials and their children degrade in the hothouse conditions of the capital. There are no grounds for patriotic education of young people. This is one of the aspects of the problem of attitude to the Fatherland and to one's Homeland. For some time now, young people no longer owe anything to Russia, since Russia has not given them anything. And yet, I must! She must pay for her education and apartment loans.
If the attitude of young people to Russia and their Fatherland is based on the attitude to their family and marriage, then there are problems here! The motivation for marriage among young people has fallen sharply. Look at the problematic format of modern families. Here they are the concrete components of the feeling of the Fatherland!
Associate Professor of the Institute of Psychology and Education of KFU, Candidate of Psychological Sciences Ramil Garifullin