How to restore Estonian multiculturality in its prewar proportions?

This article was published in daily Eesti Päevaleht as a response to a columnist who, promoting a multicultural society, recalled that Estonian Republic admitted to be multicultural already since it was estabilished in 1918. Assuming that then it should be acceptable to try to restore the prewar ethnical balance of Estonian population (88/12) a basic income is proposed as a possible measure. Then it should be targeted to the citizens only, but during a possible pilot it could be tested also as a measure to attract more native Estonians to move to the North-East cities where, as a consequence of 50-year Soviet occupation most of the population are ethnical Russians living in their “parallel world”.