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President of the oligarchs?

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Russian President Vladimir Putin held another big press conference. The general impression is that Putin felt confident in matters of Russia's international security. First of all, because there is a specific result in Syria.


However, questions relating to domestic socio-economic problems were left without concrete answers.

For example, journalists offered to take over the control and monitoring of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation, which, as many believe, serves the interests of the Western world. After all, while the Bank of Russia and all our reserves are in the hands of our geopolitical adversary, Russia will not be independent.

Colonel-General, President of the Academy of Geopolitical Problems Leonid Ivashov believes that the modern Russian government, the structure of which originates in the 90-ies, is unable to work for the benefit of the ordinary Russian.

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  1. Settlement Oparyshev
    Settlement Oparyshev 16 December 2017 10: 42 New
    +2
    Those who advise to take control of the Central Bank do not risk their lives. Because of such a step, they may well shoot like Kennedy. This is serious.
    1. Lantau
      Lantau 16 December 2017 11: 10 New
      +1
      And what do you suggest?
      1. Settlement Oparyshev
        Settlement Oparyshev 16 December 2017 11: 24 New
        0
        It is possible to propose it when you are not risking anything. England, as the Head of the World lives without a Constitution, so we can cancel the constitution following the example of Britain and Harosha to suffer from state ravings.
        Otherwise, I support the Russian Policy on gold and currencies. Kosyak has no such policy. It is quite possible to trust.
        If only they hadn’t canceled the cash, then the kapets will not poke the kitten anymore.
      2. Dart2027
        Dart2027 16 December 2017 11: 27 New
        +3
        No need to drive horses. Talking that Putin has leaked everyone to the West has long looked silly, another thing is that he is not inclined to act hastily, as many would like. Separate from the West by the new Iron Curtain? And then what? Are you sure it will be better?
        Yes, and constant cries about the oligarchs ... Yes, they are still those "radishes" - this is a fact. But let’s subtract and divide everything - it was already there and the result was not what we wanted. Life without the oligarchs? Fantasy.
        A simple question - people sincerely are outraged when the son of a big cone evades responsibility thanks to daddy, but which of these indignant under the same conditions would not have done everything possible to save his son from prison if he was at least a hundred times to blame?
        1. Basil50
          Basil50 16 December 2017 11: 47 New
          +4
          We can assume anything, but the fact is that Vladimir Putin made a career in the KGB under the leadership of Andropov, the most state body that did not defend the state of the SOVIET UNION, but was * under the Council of Ministers *. A lot of strange things were attributed to Andropov himself, and to his nominees and outspoken proteges, one can recall Yeltsin, Gorbachev, Kalugin, and many others, and B PUTIN served under him and then headed this service. Do you think that by chance the Ministry of Internal Affairs suddenly turned out to be controlled by the KGB? And an accident suddenly appeared fraternities with weapons and connections in the administrations and the * security forces *?
          So there is nothing surprising either in the constitution, in the central bank, or in many other things. There is nothing surprising in such a carefully guarded nationalist frenzy of all sorts of different nationalists living in RUSSIA and daring to bark at the RUSSIAN PEOPLE.
          1. Dart2027
            Dart2027 16 December 2017 14: 24 New
            +3
            Quote: Vasily50
            In B Putin made a career in the KGB under the leadership of Andropov

            I know, but hardly everyone who served in the KGB was traitors. GDP was not in those ranks in order to have any influence on what was happening then, and then it simply survived in the collapse that was happening then, working for Sobchak.
            1. Giants
              Giants 16 December 2017 15: 28 New
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              Quote: Dart2027
              and then he simply survived the collapse that was taking place then, working for Sobchak.

              Why so modest? They would write that Putin simply violating the oath, betrayed the country, which he swore, and went over to the camp of those who destroyed the country. I am wrong?
              1. Dart2027
                Dart2027 16 December 2017 15: 33 New
                +1
                Quote: Giants
                They would write that Putin simply violating the oath, betrayed the country, which he swore

                Please - show on the map the country which he swore. And at the same time list your merits in the struggle for its preservation.
                1. Giants
                  Giants 16 December 2017 15: 53 New
                  +6
                  Quote: Dart2027
                  the country which he swore

                  The country is no longer there, but there is a beautiful monument to one of those who killed her: EBN Center. It was opened by Putin. One of Putin's very first decrees brought the entire Ebnov family out of law, making them unchallenged. And in '91 I was too young to have merit in the struggle to preserve the USSR. May I ask about your merits?
                  1. Dart2027
                    Dart2027 16 December 2017 16: 05 New
                    0
                    Quote: Giants
                    There is no country
                    So how could he break the oath?
                    Quote: Giants
                    One of Putin's very first decrees brought the entire Ebnov family out of law
                    But did you have to start a civil war, in addition to all the problems?
                    Quote: Giants
                    And in '91 I was too young
                    I also studied at school. But unlike you, he never blamed everyone who lived then that they had been deceived.
  2. Eurodav
    Eurodav 16 December 2017 11: 16 New
    +6
    Quote: pp to Oparyshev
    Those who advise to take control of the Central Bank do not risk their lives. Because of such a step, they may well shoot like Kennedy. This is serious.

    How serious! To begin with, it is necessary to decide on the Constitution by referendum, remove an article on the insubordination of the Central Bank to the state, and then ... But you can’t find courageous politicians ... And all that revolves in the blue eye is myakina !!!
    1. Golovan Jack
      Golovan Jack 16 December 2017 13: 31 New
      +8
      Quote: Evrodav
      To start with the Constitution, it is necessary to decide by referendum, to remove the article on the insubordination of the Central Bank to the state

      The Central Bank is subordinate to the State. According to the Central Bank Law, by the way.
  3. Vasya Vassin
    Vasya Vassin 16 December 2017 13: 16 New
    +2
    Smart man laid out all thoughts on the shelves. I fully support the conclusions.
  4. Belarus is Russia
    Belarus is Russia 16 December 2017 15: 18 New
    +2
    Quote: Dart2027
    No need to drive horses. Talking that Putin has leaked everyone to the West has long looked silly, another thing is that he is not inclined to act hastily, as many would like. Separate from the West by the new Iron Curtain? And then what? Are you sure it will be better?
    Yes, and constant cries about the oligarchs ... Yes, they are still those "radishes" - this is a fact. But let’s subtract and divide everything - it was already there and the result was not what we wanted. Life without the oligarchs? Fantasy.
    A simple question - people sincerely are outraged when the son of a big cone evades responsibility thanks to daddy, but which of these indignant under the same conditions would not have done everything possible to save his son from prison if he was at least a hundred times to blame?

    No iron curtain is needed. You just need to remove all the traitors from everywhere in Russia, Russian Orthodox.
    A simple question - people sincerely are outraged when the son of a big cone evades responsibility thanks to daddy, but which of these indignant under the same conditions would not have done everything possible to save his son from prison if he was at least a hundred times to blame?

    The simple answer is any good and normal person. Even I. I don’t need a son a thug and a thief. And firstly, I wouldn’t raise my son like that! And MY son wouldn’t do that!
    1. Dart2027
      Dart2027 16 December 2017 15: 27 New
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      Quote: Belarus is Russia
      You just need to remove all the traitors from everywhere in Russia

      Sounds good. Here are just a little more complicated.
      Quote: Belarus is Russia
      The simple answer is any good and normal person.

      In theory, yes, but in life, people tend to protect their children, not someone else's. There are exceptions, but exactly exceptions. And so in everything, alas.
      1. Cossack 471
        Cossack 471 16 December 2017 22: 37 New
        +3
        DART Well, why do you immediately stigmatize opponents. by that. that they want to "select and share everything"? Need a progressive tax and all. My many relatives. uncles and aunt were killed in the war not to fatten a bunch of close ones or maybe the oligarchs fought off the enemies? If they all run to London. then we will not grieve. and factories. they will not take factories and oil and gas fields with them.
        1. Dart2027
          Dart2027 16 December 2017 23: 36 New
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          Quote: Cossack 471
          If they all run to London. then we will not grieve. and factories. factories and
          They will not be taken. There is only such a thing as history, and if we recall its lessons, then any human society consists of different layers. An exception may be a handful of 5-10 people. And those who get upstairs are cynical and cruel people, simply because in order to be upstairs you need to remove all competitors, otherwise they will remove you yourself. But if you remove this layer, it will only get worse, because a fight will begin for warm places, until everything returns to normal. It sounds ugly, but any attempt to ignore this rule ends in nothing good. Why did not one of the elites of that time begin to fight to save the USSR? Yes, because in it they did not have the opportunity to become official oligarchs, and it doesn’t matter what ordinary citizens were dying for - party bonuses wanted just that. It is often said now that we do not have a patriotic elite - it has not been around for 60 years, at least, since the attempt to create a truly Soviet elite failed miserably, and the old one was killed or kicked out.
          Quote: Cossack 471
          DART Well, why do you immediately stigmatize opponents. by that. that they want to "select and share everything"

          But do not they want this? In fact, when it comes to talking about the oligarchs, one way or another it all comes down to the fact that they stole the people's good and Putin is obliged to return it. That is, not to divide literally, but in any case to take action. From the point of view of ordinary morality, this is indeed so, but from the point of view of building a state this will not end in anything good.
  5. Belarus is Russia
    Belarus is Russia 17 December 2017 18: 41 New
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    Quote: Dart2027

    Quote: Belarus is Russia
    The simple answer is any good and normal person.

    In theory, yes, but in life, people tend to protect their children, not someone else's. There are exceptions, but exactly exceptions. And so in everything, alas.
    No Not always. No one needs a killer, a thief, a robber and a maniac.
    1. Dart2027
      Dart2027 17 December 2017 20: 22 New
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      Quote: Belarus is Russia
      No not always.

      Not always, but in most cases. Protecting your offspring is one of the cornerstones of biology.
  6. Belarus is Russia
    Belarus is Russia 23 December 2017 12: 07 New
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    Quote: Dart2027
    Quote: Belarus is Russia
    No not always.

    Not always, but in most cases. Protecting your offspring is one of the cornerstones of biology.

    A murderer, a rapist, a maniac and a thief is no longer offspring, it is a dangerous recidivist who can kill parents too. He is no longer a man. Yes, of course, it’s a pity. But with such a person it’s dangerous to be everyone. Parents, including.
  7. Don Analyst
    Don Analyst 8 January 2018 21: 39 New
    0
    Whatever the GDP is doing now, its train leaves forever.
    It is important for Russia that there be a team of like-minded people, so that a new leader appears.
    And all these oligarchs, and other capitalist pranks will go into the analities of history - history itself, time will not leave them a place long enough and long for the existing model.
    Sorry, but they are already a story - which clings to 17 years of rule!
  8. Belarus is Russia
    Belarus is Russia 23 January 2018 19: 24 New
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    Quote: Don Analyst
    Whatever the GDP is doing now, its train leaves forever.
    It is important for Russia that there be a team of like-minded people, so that a new leader appears.
    And all these oligarchs, and other capitalist pranks will go into the analities of history - history itself, time will not leave them a place long enough and long for the existing model.
    Sorry, but they are already a story - which clings to 17 years of rule!

    Or Putin, or Zhirinosvsky then, instead of Putin. If Putin does not suit you.