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Poroshenko and his "livestock": fake instead of industrialization

The degradation of the Ukrainian economy assumes the character of a full-scale change in the socio-economic structure: from the advanced industrial and technological to the backward agrarian and raw materials.

The mass media propaganda of the Kiev regime is strongly promoting the topic of “unprecedented economic success” of Ukraine under the leadership of the current “reformers”. As a “proof”, glamorous videos are spreading on the Internet, telling that “for the last three years, 124 new plants have been opened in Ukraine”.

For me, a man who grew up in the Soviet Union, in a country that possesses enormous industrial power, this figure sounds impressive. Because the imagination immediately begins to draw huge production departments of aircraft-building, shipbuilding, machine-tool, rocket, engine, nuclear, pipe and other plants of a large industry.

The slyness of the current Ukrainian tsifir is that it is designed precisely for such a traditional perception of the concept of "new plant". In fact, the current Ukrainian "industrialization" was not even close to this.

This is what local “activists” write about this process, who created, as they say, “the most optimistic map of Ukraine”. It is not clear just what they saw reason for optimism:

"FACT. More than 300 enterprises appeared in our country in three years. In particular, 124 was built and 57 factories are being built. Basically - biogas, for the processing of agricultural raw materials and garbage. Energy is developing. Rented, or on the line, 69 solar, 12 wind, 8 hydroelectric. Also opened 22 industrial park and four dozen grain elevators and terminals.
GEOGRAPHY. Most enterprises open in Western Ukraine, around Kiev and in ports. To the east of the Dnieper and in Polesie, the concentration of new industries is much lower. View the map in full resolution here.
VALUE. Most of the new enterprises are small and belong to the primary industries. There are almost no full-time technological productions. ”

In principle, this can put an end. Because this "oil painting" speaks for itself. The “plant” in today's Ukraine is any fenced territory where some, usually small, amount of imported equipment for the production of the simplest products is installed. For example, for processing all kinds of organic waste, including cow shit, on the so-called "biogas". Or for the release of kopeck packaging for food based on imported equipment. With the export of the lion's share of finished products again in the European Union.

At the same time, the Ukrainian state does not invest a single penny in this fake “industrialization”. As a rule, Western companies are engaged in this, for whom it is interesting and advantageous to use local raw materials (mainly land) and labor resources at a penny, in comparison with European prices. Approximately the same goals - exporting agricultural produce cheaply to the West, are also used for exporting grain terminals that bred in the Ukrainian ports, like mushrooms after a rain.

At the same time, no new plants in the normal sense of the word, as production facilities capable of producing high-tech products in commercial quantities, do not build a full cycle in Ukraine today. Even the military, although for the fourth year, as they swear in Kiev, there is a “patriotic war”!

And what remains from the times of the USSR either came to a complete desolation (like the once-largest shipyards in the city of Nikolaev in Europe), or destroyed to the ground (like the machine-building and machine-tool plants of Odessa), or paralyzed by the breakdown of economic ties with Russia (like rocket and engine plants of Dnepropetrovsk and Zaporozhye).

In fact, Ukraine is rapidly moving into a fundamentally different, much more primitive socio-economic way - from industrial and technological to agricultural and raw materials. And this is not just a much more ancient, but at times less efficient way of production. One dry cargo ship built at the Nikolaev shipyard, or just one booster rocket of Yuzhmash, could have a multiple greater economic effect than the simultaneous “exhaust” of all the newest Ukrainian biogas plants.

The point is that as a result of real deindustrialization, a significant, if not most of the population of Ukraine, will be finally deprived of the economic basis of its existence, that is, doomed to gradual extinction. No “green factories” of the agrarian sector will ever replace, in the sense of the magnitude of the social burden, the classical industrial enterprises that fed millions of cities. And this is not to mention the fact that the practically deserted Western technologies for the exploitation of Ukrainian land resources, introduced in the countryside, are designed precisely for the maximum automation of the agricultural sector of the economy, that is, for its further depopulation.

As a result of such a policy of the authorities, in Ukraine, optimal conditions are created for a radical reduction in the population. In the foreseeable future, up to a reasonable for this type of raw materials economy, the numbers in 10 are from the strength of 15 million. More people this type of extensive, living, in fact, from the land of economic activity simply will not feed.

Attention is drawn to one more circumstance that has a clear political tint. The current construction of the so-called “new Ukrainian plants” takes place mainly in Western Ukraine, or in rural areas, where representatives of the so-called “titular nation” predominate. That is, if you call a spade a spade, this is the most backward part of the country's population, practically not included in the life of the former industrial civilization. And therefore, it has remained almost untouched from time immemorial. But it is she - this hammered rural public is the main mass social support of the current regime, which relies on the illiterate and therefore most subject to the ideological treatment of the villagers.

Encouraging the development of the mainly agricultural sector, which relies on this category of population, this power also pursues a well-defined political goal - the creation of economic foundations for the survival of only its livestock in Ukraine. While the destruction of the traditional industrial base in the cities of eastern and southern Ukraine dooms their multimillion-strong, mostly Russian population, to final departure from historical arenas.

Needless to say, it is precisely in getting rid of this multimillion-dollar “Russian-language ballast” that cannot be inculcated with genetic hatred for Russia and Russians that the fundamental and, in fact, the only significant task of the current Kiev-based power to the bones of Kiev is concluded. Which she systematically and performs. It is in the spirit of Hitler’s “Master Plan Ost”, which charted such an unenviable fate for Ukraine.
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  1. Vard
    Vard 20 March 2018 06: 05
    How much is a cube of gas .. In Ukraine and in Russia ...
    1. boboss
      boboss 20 March 2018 14: 13
      200 p. per month ... treshka
    2. businessv
      businessv 20 March 2018 16: 09
      Quote: Vard
      How much is a cube of gas .. In Ukraine and in Russia ...

      So far, for the population, it’s not so expensive: the preferential price is 3,6 UAH (7,9 rubles), the market price is 7,19 UAH (15,8 rubles), at a reduced price they are calculated at a flow rate of up to 200 cubic meters / month everything from above is considered to be market-based, but this is up to 01,04,2018, then, at the request of the IMF, there will be an increase. How much - is still unknown because they have not decided how the charges will be made. For enterprises, the minimum price per cube is 8,80 UAH (19,34 rubles). In Russia, I pay 3,56 rubles for gas. per cube in Sevastopol.
      1. svd-xnumx
        svd-xnumx 20 March 2018 19: 37
        In the Bryansk region, 5.58 per cubic meter. for the population on the meter, without a meter from 4.5 to 6.9, depending on what needs.
  2. shinobi
    shinobi 20 March 2018 06: 25
    I'm soooo busy with success! wassat Schaaz go and get drunk with grief! laughing
  3. aszzz888
    aszzz888 20 March 2018 06: 41
    For example, for processing all kinds of organic waste, including cow shit, into the so-called “biogas”

    And why do they need our gas then, let them set up another 100000000 plants for the processing of "cow shit" !, why bother them! bully
    1. novel66
      novel66 20 March 2018 09: 28
      may not be enough cows
      1. aszzz888
        aszzz888 20 March 2018 11: 35
        novel66 (novel) Today, 09: 28 ↑
        may not be enough cows

        then they will have to make reverse purchases of “cow shit” from their gayEy collage so that the plants do not stand idle ...
  4. zyzx
    zyzx 20 March 2018 06: 47
    I wonder how many factories we have built. And we are proud of record deliveries of wheat, oil and gas. Raw materials in general. Where are the high-end products?
    1. hbvkzyby
      hbvkzyby 20 March 2018 10: 53
      For example, the Leningrad, Rostov and Novovoronezh NPPs, Yamal LNG, Sakhalin Energy. Kaluga, Saratov region, Kalmykia (even !!!!!!!!!) This is only what I personally saw
      1. Berber
        Berber 20 March 2018 16: 53
        I agree. I am not an optimist, but the results are obvious. The same Rostselmash sells its products abroad. And this is a high technological level.
    2. Bad_santa
      Bad_santa 20 March 2018 11: 02
      Ukraine is on the path of "development" of Russia. We have already taken such a path of industrialization.
      1. businessv
        businessv 20 March 2018 16: 31
        Quote: Bad_Santa
        Ukraine is on the path of "development" of Russia. We have already taken such a path of industrialization.

        No, dear, you are very mistaken! The fact is that there is almost no raw materials in the non-blocking one, so those factories that have taken their hands have sunk into oblivion! The author is absolutely right in terms of turning the country from a high-tech to an agricultural one. In the regional center of the eastern part of the country with a population of 80000 people. together with the district, there were about 20 factories, including light, heavy industries, as well as meat, milk and fish processing plants! None currently working! Separate workshops can sometimes work, but for a plant, this has not existed for more than 15 years!
    3. kos2910
      kos2910 20 March 2018 14: 03
      I wonder how many factories we have built?

      It is easy to find on Quite a lot, although it can not be compared with the USSR, but it is impressive.
      1. zyzx
        zyzx 20 March 2018 14: 09
        Why then does industrial production fall?
        1. chingachguc
          chingachguc 20 March 2018 14: 42
          slowly growing, although not as much as we would like ... domestic demand fell, growth due to export.
        2. Alber
          Alber 20 March 2018 15: 06
          Quote: zyzx
          Why then does industrial production fall?
          1. chingachguc
            chingachguc 20 March 2018 15: 41
            Industrial production is growing, albeit slowly. The reasons are obvious - expensive loans (now there is an opportunity to radically reduce the rate) and weak domestic demand. But industrial (non-primary) exports are growing at 14% per year! The structure of the economy is changing - the share of imported equipment, medicines, and technology is falling. There are productions that we simply did not have before.
            1. Okolotochny
              Okolotochny 20 March 2018 17: 29
              By the way, yesterday, Solovyov Delyagin explained in a simple way what is happening in eoconomics and why there is no breakthrough. While we adhere to the Western model and their rules, we will, very slowly. 2% for Russia is zilch.
              1. chingachguc
                chingachguc 20 March 2018 19: 18
                and what is a western model?
                1. Okolotochny
                  Okolotochny 20 March 2018 21: 54
                  IMF - have you heard that? In a nutshell you can’t explain. Interesting? Google the transfer.
      2. Korax71
        Korax71 20 March 2018 15: 04
        Indeed, there are a lot of foreign subsidiaries, either with the participation of foreign capital, or the big word is a factory with 11 employees, or screwdriver assembly plants, which in fact can’t be called a workshop. Of course, sometimes some kind of enterprise really opens up, no doubt. but !!!! why not list the enterprises that are closing on this site? well, and weave here such projects as a children's garden for 200 places, dormitories. this is all insanely necessary, no doubt. but if you look closely at what it’s opened, it’s mainly the enterprises of the energy sector, the enterprises of agricultural holdings. Now we are re-reading the article, so they also wanted to say about Ukraine backwardness there. If Europe gives money to Ukraine, it means they manage to service external debt, it means they produce and they take currency proceeds from somewhere. if it could not service its external debt, it would have been declared bankrupt for a long time and declared default. Nothing of this happened. And how and at what speed there production is developing. Question ten. You might think that with the richest resource base we have everything in chocolate.
        1. businessv
          businessv 20 March 2018 16: 43
          Quote: Korax71
          if Europe lends money to Ukraine, it means they somehow manage to service external debt, that means they produce something and from somewhere they take foreign exchange earnings.

          Everyone gives money to Ukraine, for the period from 2013 to 2018, external debt increased by almost 3,5 times! Doesn’t say anything? The country lives in debt in order to show "dynamic and continuous development"! Where does the currency come from when enterprises almost do not work? The authorities will wait until they cease to lend money and - to their homes! In my overseas homes! They have planted, enough for their life, and there - even though the grass does not grow! And who declares her bankrupt ?! And money?! Until they sell out the question of land sales, until they wash, by rolling, they return the bulk of the invested funds, nobody will recognize anyone bankrupt!
          1. Korax71
            Korax71 20 March 2018 19: 30
            If you receive information from domestic media, your mind will wither away. It’s not even ridiculous for some of the land. Now for the debts. External debt is $ 37536 million, internal debt is $ 35542,2 million at the end of 13 years. $ 18 million, domestic
            $ 27 million. If you look in hryvnias, then of course the situation will be seams. But here we must take into account that the hryvnia, like the ruble, dipped pretty well against the dollar. e. in ruble terms, our external debt also grew. If you look at the dynamics of GDP growth, then even at $ it is growing steadily. maybe not at a record pace, but nonetheless. so you bury it early. look, Gazprom is still with them and for the 086,7th year it will conclude a transit contract, although right now it screams that everything will crawl out a little.
    4. chingachguc
      chingachguc 20 March 2018 14: 48
      In the Rostov region, where I live, in recent years two new nuclear power units have been introduced, a new (from scratch!) Refinery, a new airport - and all these are very large projects. And there are about three average ones. Krasny Sulin, where everything that could be “laid down” in the 90s, except for the poultry farm)) the Isaevsky metal rolling plant, the Guardian glass factory and the insulation production plant have been built over the past 10 years.
      1. Korax71
        Korax71 20 March 2018 18: 21
        A new factory for the production of CNC machine tools was opened in our city. It looks like this. For a million years already, the existing factory repaired the workshop and began to assemble large-site assembly of Korean machine tools. But this is the factory. My mother didn’t get up to the rolling mill in 90, maybe it’s hard, but the people worked, they paid salaries. He got up 2 years ago. He lifted a large holding for himself. Who did he interfere with? We have more than 60 defense-related industries in our city. For 18 years, what’s done is repair shops, a small part re-equipped for production, the rest is rented. in the region really a lot of things have appeared, though either subsidiaries of import companies, or with the participation of foreign capital.
        1. chingachguc
          chingachguc 20 March 2018 19: 27
          In Sulin, a metallurgical city-forming plant for 5000 workers also died. Now there "Stalker" can be removed. And why? Yes, because even during the USSR they forgot that not only should they be pumped out of production, but also invested. As a result, everything is out of date ... and perished. In America, by the way, the same thing. Production is dying. Dozens of dying cities, and even entire regions. And Wall Street is blooming. Trump is now trying to restart his industry, and I really understand him.
          1. Korax71
            Korax71 20 March 2018 19: 57
            Well, so far it’s doing quite well. Of course, not everything is as promised, but nevertheless. America is steadily showing good growth in industrial production. Low energy prices also give a kick to the economy in the right direction. Well, an aggressive economic policy will also bear fruit. Anyway, red knows exactly how to make money. They have a number of large costly projects that will start to bring profit in the near future. And the fact that many shout that they have huge public debt is not a problem for them, as a percentage of GDP and there was more. well, and so far their economy is much more attractive for investment. Rosneft, on the other hand, has swelled about $ 3 lard in the oil and gas industry.
  5. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 20 March 2018 06: 59
    What kind of economic recovery can we talk about if a country is bursting at the seams, including territorially, people are fleeing abroad, the war is continuing, and you still have to run abroad with outstretched hands and have time to hang noodles on the ears of your population. It remains to sell the latter, to further increase personal wealth and have time to shed on the "alternate airport."
  6. Scud
    Scud 20 March 2018 08: 34
    Well, sho, sho are dying out like flies, we are fleeing from Nenko like blacks from Africa, but then we are ... protecting the whole world from an aggressive aggressor. To take nada!
  7. antivirus
    antivirus 20 March 2018 09: 05
    there is a fight for watered and economical influence on the outskirts. RF which managed to pull and just "chop off."
    this is not enough.
    GL-LABOR RESOURCES, LAND, TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE, CULTURE-EDUCATION (brains of academic postgraduate professors) and ... Kiev is the capital and the center of "suburban civilization"
    and we will build and buy our iron plants
    1. businessv
      businessv 20 March 2018 16: 57
      Mr. Colonel, you are right! smile Here is what Brzezinski wrote in 1997: “If Moscow regains control of Ukraine with its 52 millionth population (over the years after the publication of Brzezinski’s book, the population of Ukraine decreased by almost 12 million - ed.) And large resources, as well as access to Cherny sea, then Russia will automatically again receive funds to turn into a powerful imperial state, spread out in Europe and Asia. " Now they are puffing to keep nenka at the mattresses!
      1. d ^ Amir
        d ^ Amir 20 March 2018 17: 42
        Brzezinski is nothing more than a Bismarck plagiarist:
        “The power of Russia can only be undermined by the separation of Ukraine from it ... it is necessary not only to tear off, but also to oppose Ukraine to Russia. To do this, you only need to find and nurture traitors among the elite and, with their help, change the self-awareness of one part of the great people to such an extent that they will hate everything Russian, hate their kind, without realizing it. Everything else is a matter of time. ”
  8. novel66
    novel66 20 March 2018 09: 29
    equating each moonshine to a distillery you can get even more impressive industrial growth
  9. Golub Ilya
    Golub Ilya 20 March 2018 10: 09
    The East is ruining it and it’s clear without an article, but the ragul is glad.
    1. SevaNikolaev
      SevaNikolaev 20 March 2018 11: 34
      Yes, that is right .
      1. chingachguc
        chingachguc 20 March 2018 14: 40
        throw off the East, this is ballast - and go to Europe
  10. hbvkzyby
    hbvkzyby 20 March 2018 10: 58
    Dear author.
    Automation and mechanization of any production cycle leads to increased labor productivity and a significant reduction in marriage. The same processes are going on in our agro-industrial complex, and we are proud of it. The killing of the Ukrainian economy is the rupture of old ties in the absence of new ones.
    1. businessv
      businessv 20 March 2018 17: 02
      Quote: hbvkzyby
      The killing of the Ukrainian economy is the rupture of old ties in the absence of new ones.

      Her economy was killed at the beginning of independence, introducing duties on both the import of raw materials, which the country did not have, with huge production capacities, and the export of finished products! It never occurred to anyone that the country's only wealth is its people and industrial capacities. They used to produce rockets, now biogas!
      1. hbvkzyby
        hbvkzyby 22 March 2018 05: 47
        Biogas also needs to be able to be produced, especially in commercial quantities. This is a whole industry, dividing into at least three components: production, storage, marketing. I have not heard about such chains in Ukraine. And the raw material is what, excuse me? They bought energy, but if they’re gas-hung, it’s possible to turn the duty at least 100% - it’s still profitable.
  11. chingachguc
    chingachguc 20 March 2018 14: 39
    Ukraine - growth of 2% of GDP, Russia 1,5%. But what is the abyss behind these numbers. In Ukraine - the de-industrialization of the economy, in Russia - albeit slow, with a creak, but import substitution. Over the past year, non-oil exports grew by 25%, equipment exports - by 14%
    1. yuriyselivanov
      20 March 2018 15: 32
      They have an increase of 2% after falling almost 50% after the coup. For such a "growth" of rulers must be hung upside down.
  12. vvp2412
    vvp2412 20 March 2018 15: 21
    Is it necessary to remind that it is precisely in getting rid of this multimillion-dollar “Russian-speaking ballast”, which cannot be instilled with genetic hatred of Russia and Russians, that the fundamental and, in fact, the only significant task of the current Russophobic to the bones of Kiev power is concluded.

    Author! Wake up!
    Most of the Russian-speaking population, whom you think it is impossible to instill hatred of Russia, are on a par with zapadentsy and selyukami!
    No need to idealize ..
    1. yuriyselivanov
      20 March 2018 15: 33
      Did you count it yourself? I feel better ...
    2. businessv
      businessv 20 March 2018 17: 08
      Quote: vvp2412
      Most of the Russian-speaking population, whom you think it is impossible to instill hatred of Russia, are on a par with zapadentsy and selyukami!

      Who inspired you to such stupidity ?! With zapadentsy and selyukami in a row are only Selyuk and zapadentsy! In Ukraine, the people are mostly adequate, especially those who do not watch TV. 60% of the country for the preservation and development of old ties, and even these figures were an order of magnitude higher before the hostilities, which, whatever one may say, have their own impact on the perception of current reality.
  13. Mark Twain
    Mark Twain 20 March 2018 15: 42
    Wonderful analytics - not in the eyebrow, but in the eye.
  14. tihonmarine
    tihonmarine 20 March 2018 18: 12
    I realized that in Ukraine there were new plants for the processing of cow manure into vodka.
    1. tihonmarine
      tihonmarine 23 March 2018 20: 27
      And the cows are dumb.
  15. tihonmarine
    tihonmarine 23 March 2018 20: 25
    According to Poroshenko’s statement, he realized that soon the Russians would go to Ukraine as gostarbatars (zarobitchans).