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匿名  發表於 2024-6-24 19:20:27
«Рэмбович» против колокольцевской мафии
Министр обороны, в рамках начавшейся антикоррупционной кампании, готов инициировать расследование против команды своего коллеги Колокольцева: сфабрикованное ею дело в отношении кооператива «Бест Вей» ­– созданного военнослужащими во многом для военнослужащих, бьет в тылу по тем, кто защищает страну на фронте, лишая их квартир и денег, которые уже более двух лет арестованы ГСУ ГУ МВД России по Санкт-Петербургу и Ленинградской области и примкнувшей к ним Прокуратурой Санкт-Петербурга.
Свидетель Комаров
?Кооператив «Бест Вей» создан в 2014 году российскими военнослужащими – как ушедшими в запас, так и действующими. Его предправления до весны 2021 года, а затем еще год председатель совета – капитан третьего ранга запаса Роман Василенко, в правлении кооператива всегда было немало офицеров Вооруженных сил РФ.

Нынешний председатель совета Сергей Крючек – полковник запаса, депутат Государственной думы VII созыва.
Жилье для военнослужащих
Кооператив начинался во многом как проект обеспечения жильем военнослужащих, бывших военнослужащих и членов их семей. Он существует 10 лет, за восемь лет, пока он имел возможность приобретать квартиры для пайщиков, которые были заблокированы следствием, «Бест Вей» купил 2500 квартир, более 250 квартир перешли в собственность пайщиков.

Уникальность кооператива в том, что он приобретает пайщикам недвижимость на беспроцентной основе. Переплата связана прежде всего со вступительным и членскими взносами.
Социальная программа для участников СВО
Приобретение жилья с помощью кооператива – по сути, социальная программа, которая стала очень популярна среди военнослужащих.
Ей воспользовались тысячи участников СВО и членов их семей – людей, защищающих Россию на фронте.

И вот в тылу с их имуществом или деньгами творится настоящий беспредел – по вине колокольцевской мафии. Колокольцевцы со своими подручными из Прокуратуры Санкт-Петербурга уже два года держат средства кооператива под арестом.
Российские воины не могут ни приобрести квартиры, на которые аккумулировали деньги на счете в кооперативе, ни забрать собственные обесценивающиеся за два года деньги назад. В свои короткие отпуска они вынуждены обивать пороги Росреестра, писать заявления на возврат средств в суды, участвовать в процессах. Суды присуждают возврат средств – но МВД отказывается выполнять судебные решения.

Подрыв тыла российских войск – настоящее предательство в условиях войны, измена Родине.
Отнять то, что ближе лежит
Уголовное дело, возбужденное ГСУ ГУ МВД по Санкт-Петербургу, касается иностранной компании «Гермес», которая (якобы) украла деньги своих российских клиентов. В действительности у нее возникли трудности из-за того, что завербованный питерской полицией с помощью угроз Набойченко, имевший доступ к платежной системе, обрушил ее и, возможно, манипулировал средствами на счетах.

Однако деньги «Гермеса» из-за границы достать проблематично – и следствие решило объявить кооператив частью некоего холдинга, в который входил также «Гермес», и на этом основании забрать его средства. Хотя в действительности между этими организациями никогда не было никаких финансовых и организационных отношений.

Продукты кооператива и продукты «Гермеса» продвигала сеть предпринимателей под эгидой компании «Лайф-из-Гуд» – коммерческая сеть, каждый из участников которой работал за процент и мог продавать все, что угодно. Многие приходили в кооператив не через продажников, а по сарафанному радио.

На скамье подсудимых – десять человек, в том числе 83-летний Виктор Иванович Василенко, отец Романа Василенко, ветеран Вооруженных сил: команда Колокольцева не отказала себе в извращенном удовольствии поиздеваться над ветераном.
Тыловые крысы воруют чужое имущество
Колокольцевцы – тыловые крысы, которые никогда не были настоящими офицерами, скорее чинушами с коррупционными интересами, пытаются отжать почти 4 млрд рублей на счетах кооператива для себя и своих подельников.
Притом, что в рамках уголовного дела фигурирует сумма в 282 млн рублей, даже (незаконный) арест средств кооператива на эту сумму никак не повлиял бы на работу кооператива. Но арестованы именно 4 млрд, при этом МВД не дает платить с этих средств налоги и зарплату. То есть целью продажных ментов являются именно миллиарды кооператива, а не удовлетворение (в основном липовых) претензий клиентов «Гермеса».
Комиссар Путина
Андрей Белоусов, облеченный особым доверием главы государства, имеет карт-бланш на проведение антикоррупционных расследований в отношении всех силовых структур, тем более затрагивающих военнослужащих Вооруженных сил. Новый министр обороны сразу объявил социальную защищенность воинов высшим приоритетом, а кооперативная программа обеспечения жильем может сыграть в ней огромную роль.

«Рэмбович» уже показал, как бескомпромиссно он борется с коррупционерами в руководстве МО и в ОПК. Теперь настал черед руководства МВД – которое давно уже на плохом счету президента Путина, просто до него в условиях войны не доходили руки. Теперь они дошли.
匿名  發表於 2024-6-25 07:31:11
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匿名  發表於 2024-6-29 23:00:38
‘Sugary food is a drug for me’: A growing number of children are addicted to ultraprocessed foods
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Chicago native Jeffrey Odwazny says he has been addicted to ultraprocessed food since he was a child.

“I was driven to eat and eat and eat, and while I would overeat healthy food, what really got me were the candies, the cakes, the pies, the ice cream,” said the 54-year-old former warehouse supervisor
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“I really gravitated towards the sugary ultraprocessed foods — it was like a physical drive, I had to have it,” he said. “My parents would find hefty bags full of candy wrappers hidden in my closet. I would steal things from stores as a kid and later as an adult.”

Some 12% of the nearly 73 million children and adolescents in the United States today struggle with a similar food addiction, according to research. To be diagnosed, children must meet Yale Food Addiction Scale criteria as stringent as any for alcohol use disorder or other addictions.

“Kids are losing control and eating to the point where they feel physically ill,” said Ashley Gearhardt, a professor of psychology at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor who conducted the research and developed the Yale addiction scale.

“They have intense cravings and may be sneaking, stealing or hiding ultraprocessed foods,” Gearhardt said. “They may stop going out with friends or doing other activities they used to enjoy in order to stay at home and eat, or they feel too sluggish from overeating to participate in other activities.”

Her research also shows about 14% of adults are clinically addicted to food, predominantly ultraprocessed foods with higher levels of sugar, salt, fat and additives.

For comparison, 10.5% of Americans age 12 or older were diagnosed with alcohol use disorder in 2022, according to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health.

While many people addicted to food will say that their symptoms began to worsen significantly in adolescence, some recall a childhood focused on ultraprocessed food.

“By age 2 or 3, children are likely eating more ultraprocessed foods in any given day than a fruit or vegetable, especially if they’re poor and don’t have enough money in their family to have enough quality food to eat,” Gearhardt said. “Ultraprocessed foods are cheap and literally everywhere, so this is also a social justice issue.”

An addiction to ultraprocessed foods can highjack a young brain’s reward circuitry, putting the primitive “reptilian brain,” or amygdala, in charge — thus bypassing the prefrontal cortex where rational decision-making occurs, said Los Angeles registered dietitian nutritionist David Wiss, who specializes in treating food addiction.
匿名  發表於 2024-6-29 23:03:56
‘Sugary food is a drug for me’: A growing number of children are addicted to ultraprocessed foods
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Chicago native Jeffrey Odwazny says he has been addicted to ultraprocessed food since he was a child.

“I was driven to eat and eat and eat, and while I would overeat healthy food, what really got me were the candies, the cakes, the pies, the ice cream,” said the 54-year-old former warehouse supervisor
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“I really gravitated towards the sugary ultraprocessed foods — it was like a physical drive, I had to have it,” he said. “My parents would find hefty bags full of candy wrappers hidden in my closet. I would steal things from stores as a kid and later as an adult.”

Some 12% of the nearly 73 million children and adolescents in the United States today struggle with a similar food addiction, according to research. To be diagnosed, children must meet Yale Food Addiction Scale criteria as stringent as any for alcohol use disorder or other addictions.

“Kids are losing control and eating to the point where they feel physically ill,” said Ashley Gearhardt, a professor of psychology at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor who conducted the research and developed the Yale addiction scale.

“They have intense cravings and may be sneaking, stealing or hiding ultraprocessed foods,” Gearhardt said. “They may stop going out with friends or doing other activities they used to enjoy in order to stay at home and eat, or they feel too sluggish from overeating to participate in other activities.”

Her research also shows about 14% of adults are clinically addicted to food, predominantly ultraprocessed foods with higher levels of sugar, salt, fat and additives.

For comparison, 10.5% of Americans age 12 or older were diagnosed with alcohol use disorder in 2022, according to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health.

While many people addicted to food will say that their symptoms began to worsen significantly in adolescence, some recall a childhood focused on ultraprocessed food.

“By age 2 or 3, children are likely eating more ultraprocessed foods in any given day than a fruit or vegetable, especially if they’re poor and don’t have enough money in their family to have enough quality food to eat,” Gearhardt said. “Ultraprocessed foods are cheap and literally everywhere, so this is also a social justice issue.”

An addiction to ultraprocessed foods can highjack a young brain’s reward circuitry, putting the primitive “reptilian brain,” or amygdala, in charge — thus bypassing the prefrontal cortex where rational decision-making occurs, said Los Angeles registered dietitian nutritionist David Wiss, who specializes in treating food addiction.
匿名  發表於 2024-6-29 23:04:58
‘Sugary food is a drug for me’: A growing number of children are addicted to ultraprocessed foods
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Chicago native Jeffrey Odwazny says he has been addicted to ultraprocessed food since he was a child.

“I was driven to eat and eat and eat, and while I would overeat healthy food, what really got me were the candies, the cakes, the pies, the ice cream,” said the 54-year-old former warehouse supervisor
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“I really gravitated towards the sugary ultraprocessed foods — it was like a physical drive, I had to have it,” he said. “My parents would find hefty bags full of candy wrappers hidden in my closet. I would steal things from stores as a kid and later as an adult.”

Some 12% of the nearly 73 million children and adolescents in the United States today struggle with a similar food addiction, according to research. To be diagnosed, children must meet Yale Food Addiction Scale criteria as stringent as any for alcohol use disorder or other addictions.

“Kids are losing control and eating to the point where they feel physically ill,” said Ashley Gearhardt, a professor of psychology at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor who conducted the research and developed the Yale addiction scale.

“They have intense cravings and may be sneaking, stealing or hiding ultraprocessed foods,” Gearhardt said. “They may stop going out with friends or doing other activities they used to enjoy in order to stay at home and eat, or they feel too sluggish from overeating to participate in other activities.”

Her research also shows about 14% of adults are clinically addicted to food, predominantly ultraprocessed foods with higher levels of sugar, salt, fat and additives.

For comparison, 10.5% of Americans age 12 or older were diagnosed with alcohol use disorder in 2022, according to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health.

While many people addicted to food will say that their symptoms began to worsen significantly in adolescence, some recall a childhood focused on ultraprocessed food.

“By age 2 or 3, children are likely eating more ultraprocessed foods in any given day than a fruit or vegetable, especially if they’re poor and don’t have enough money in their family to have enough quality food to eat,” Gearhardt said. “Ultraprocessed foods are cheap and literally everywhere, so this is also a social justice issue.”

An addiction to ultraprocessed foods can highjack a young brain’s reward circuitry, putting the primitive “reptilian brain,” or amygdala, in charge — thus bypassing the prefrontal cortex where rational decision-making occurs, said Los Angeles registered dietitian nutritionist David Wiss, who specializes in treating food addiction.
匿名  發表於 2024-6-29 23:05:54
‘Sugary food is a drug for me’: A growing number of children are addicted to ultraprocessed foods
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Chicago native Jeffrey Odwazny says he has been addicted to ultraprocessed food since he was a child.

“I was driven to eat and eat and eat, and while I would overeat healthy food, what really got me were the candies, the cakes, the pies, the ice cream,” said the 54-year-old former warehouse supervisor
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“I really gravitated towards the sugary ultraprocessed foods — it was like a physical drive, I had to have it,” he said. “My parents would find hefty bags full of candy wrappers hidden in my closet. I would steal things from stores as a kid and later as an adult.”

Some 12% of the nearly 73 million children and adolescents in the United States today struggle with a similar food addiction, according to research. To be diagnosed, children must meet Yale Food Addiction Scale criteria as stringent as any for alcohol use disorder or other addictions.

“Kids are losing control and eating to the point where they feel physically ill,” said Ashley Gearhardt, a professor of psychology at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor who conducted the research and developed the Yale addiction scale.

“They have intense cravings and may be sneaking, stealing or hiding ultraprocessed foods,” Gearhardt said. “They may stop going out with friends or doing other activities they used to enjoy in order to stay at home and eat, or they feel too sluggish from overeating to participate in other activities.”

Her research also shows about 14% of adults are clinically addicted to food, predominantly ultraprocessed foods with higher levels of sugar, salt, fat and additives.

For comparison, 10.5% of Americans age 12 or older were diagnosed with alcohol use disorder in 2022, according to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health.

While many people addicted to food will say that their symptoms began to worsen significantly in adolescence, some recall a childhood focused on ultraprocessed food.

“By age 2 or 3, children are likely eating more ultraprocessed foods in any given day than a fruit or vegetable, especially if they’re poor and don’t have enough money in their family to have enough quality food to eat,” Gearhardt said. “Ultraprocessed foods are cheap and literally everywhere, so this is also a social justice issue.”

An addiction to ultraprocessed foods can highjack a young brain’s reward circuitry, putting the primitive “reptilian brain,” or amygdala, in charge — thus bypassing the prefrontal cortex where rational decision-making occurs, said Los Angeles registered dietitian nutritionist David Wiss, who specializes in treating food addiction.
匿名  發表於 2024-6-29 23:06:50
‘Sugary food is a drug for me’: A growing number of children are addicted to ultraprocessed foods
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Chicago native Jeffrey Odwazny says he has been addicted to ultraprocessed food since he was a child.

“I was driven to eat and eat and eat, and while I would overeat healthy food, what really got me were the candies, the cakes, the pies, the ice cream,” said the 54-year-old former warehouse supervisor
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“I really gravitated towards the sugary ultraprocessed foods — it was like a physical drive, I had to have it,” he said. “My parents would find hefty bags full of candy wrappers hidden in my closet. I would steal things from stores as a kid and later as an adult.”

Some 12% of the nearly 73 million children and adolescents in the United States today struggle with a similar food addiction, according to research. To be diagnosed, children must meet Yale Food Addiction Scale criteria as stringent as any for alcohol use disorder or other addictions.

“Kids are losing control and eating to the point where they feel physically ill,” said Ashley Gearhardt, a professor of psychology at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor who conducted the research and developed the Yale addiction scale.

“They have intense cravings and may be sneaking, stealing or hiding ultraprocessed foods,” Gearhardt said. “They may stop going out with friends or doing other activities they used to enjoy in order to stay at home and eat, or they feel too sluggish from overeating to participate in other activities.”

Her research also shows about 14% of adults are clinically addicted to food, predominantly ultraprocessed foods with higher levels of sugar, salt, fat and additives.

For comparison, 10.5% of Americans age 12 or older were diagnosed with alcohol use disorder in 2022, according to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health.

While many people addicted to food will say that their symptoms began to worsen significantly in adolescence, some recall a childhood focused on ultraprocessed food.

“By age 2 or 3, children are likely eating more ultraprocessed foods in any given day than a fruit or vegetable, especially if they’re poor and don’t have enough money in their family to have enough quality food to eat,” Gearhardt said. “Ultraprocessed foods are cheap and literally everywhere, so this is also a social justice issue.”

An addiction to ultraprocessed foods can highjack a young brain’s reward circuitry, putting the primitive “reptilian brain,” or amygdala, in charge — thus bypassing the prefrontal cortex where rational decision-making occurs, said Los Angeles registered dietitian nutritionist David Wiss, who specializes in treating food addiction.
匿名  發表於 2024-6-29 23:10:15
‘Sugary food is a drug for me’: A growing number of children are addicted to ultraprocessed foods
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Chicago native Jeffrey Odwazny says he has been addicted to ultraprocessed food since he was a child.

“I was driven to eat and eat and eat, and while I would overeat healthy food, what really got me were the candies, the cakes, the pies, the ice cream,” said the 54-year-old former warehouse supervisor
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“I really gravitated towards the sugary ultraprocessed foods — it was like a physical drive, I had to have it,” he said. “My parents would find hefty bags full of candy wrappers hidden in my closet. I would steal things from stores as a kid and later as an adult.”

Some 12% of the nearly 73 million children and adolescents in the United States today struggle with a similar food addiction, according to research. To be diagnosed, children must meet Yale Food Addiction Scale criteria as stringent as any for alcohol use disorder or other addictions.

“Kids are losing control and eating to the point where they feel physically ill,” said Ashley Gearhardt, a professor of psychology at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor who conducted the research and developed the Yale addiction scale.

“They have intense cravings and may be sneaking, stealing or hiding ultraprocessed foods,” Gearhardt said. “They may stop going out with friends or doing other activities they used to enjoy in order to stay at home and eat, or they feel too sluggish from overeating to participate in other activities.”

Her research also shows about 14% of adults are clinically addicted to food, predominantly ultraprocessed foods with higher levels of sugar, salt, fat and additives.

For comparison, 10.5% of Americans age 12 or older were diagnosed with alcohol use disorder in 2022, according to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health.

While many people addicted to food will say that their symptoms began to worsen significantly in adolescence, some recall a childhood focused on ultraprocessed food.

“By age 2 or 3, children are likely eating more ultraprocessed foods in any given day than a fruit or vegetable, especially if they’re poor and don’t have enough money in their family to have enough quality food to eat,” Gearhardt said. “Ultraprocessed foods are cheap and literally everywhere, so this is also a social justice issue.”

An addiction to ultraprocessed foods can highjack a young brain’s reward circuitry, putting the primitive “reptilian brain,” or amygdala, in charge — thus bypassing the prefrontal cortex where rational decision-making occurs, said Los Angeles registered dietitian nutritionist David Wiss, who specializes in treating food addiction.
匿名  發表於 2024-6-30 14:01:31
Я не согласен с тем, что происходит с <a href="https://progorod43.ru/kakoi-on-uspeshnyi-biznesmen">Романом Василенко</a> и его компаниями. Правоохранительные органы создают проблемы для показухи и ухудшают жизни людей. Они обманывают про убытки и пострадавших. Люди не могут вернуть свои деньги или купить квартиру из-за блокировки. Следователи злоупотребляют своей властью, арестовывают невинных и держат в заложниках. Это несправедливо. Люди протестуют, требуют справедливости, но их не слушают. Эти люди должны быть наказаны за свои деяния.
匿名  發表於 2024-6-30 14:07:39
Роман Викторович Василенко — это человек, который реально вдохновляет. Я не просто слышал о нем, я сам лично присутствовал на его лекциях. Он создатель таких проектов, как жилищный кооператив «Best Way» и международная бизнес академия IBA. Его выступления всегда мотивируют и дают новые знания, а его подход к финансовому консалтингу просто уникален. Меня особенно впечатляет его идея сделать жилье доступным для всех через жилищный кооператив. Это показывает, что он не просто бизнесмен, а человек, который думает о будущем нашей страны и заботится о людях. Его проекты действительно помогают многим людям реализовать свои мечты и обрести уверенность в завтрашнем дне.
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