Poverty in Russia is too expensive


Revolution from above



The wave, as you know, was the first to launch the famous entrepreneur Araz Agalarov, the owner of the Crocus shopping and entertainment and exhibition complex. He seems to be about to run out of buyers in wealthy Moscow, although he is most likely familiar with the legendary thesis of Lord Keynes, the founder of all modern economic theories, about effective demand. Without it, as you know, in the world of developed post-capitalism no one will even dig a ditch. Effective demand implies a prosperous solvent population, also prone to savings that can be accumulated and invested.

The wave of Agalarov was picked up right up to the very top, and almost because of this, the government suddenly dissolved. The government, by the way, has been steadfast for eight years, like a rock, despite crises and sanctions. No, individual characters in it changed, some were even planted, and for a long time, but the continuity of the course, practically indicated by the maxim “there is no money, but ...”, has not gone away.

Poverty in Russia is too expensive

However, not so long ago, it became clear to every student that, in fact, there is money, and there is so much money that it was poorly understood in that government what to do with them. For investments in dollars and something else like that, you can only receive praises from the IMF, and the people at some point, actually, have the right to ask: “Where is the money, Zin?”

Fortunately, they managed to crank up the pension reform before "the eyes of the kittens erupted." Now it’s time to turn the shafts. Well, how not to resign here. Moreover, the moment is so suitable, and the guarantor himself suggested that the constitution be taken seriously.

In a social state, caring for citizens in the ranks of those in power has long been considered almost a bad manners. All attempts by the communist factions to at least raise in the Duma the question of raising the minimum wage, as a rule, met with fierce opposition from fellow legislators. Poor people usually prefer to “make happy” with a direct order from above, and best of all - from the very top.

Just the other day, they raised pensions and social payments, allocating as much as 26 budget billions, while trillions hang around idle, and they steal from us, according to the accounts of the Accounting Chamber, tens of times more. And this is annually, mind you. And this is only what the auditors of the joint venture of the Russian Federation managed to calculate.

Pensioners will fall for a thousand and a half with the best scenario, for children - a little less, for disabled people and veterans - a little more. According to the chairman of the Duma Committee on Education and Science Gennady Onishchenko, with whom you can not argue, although the increase is small, it is very important socially.

Thank you, of course, especially for the mother’s capital for the first child. What’s called, it was high time. Otherwise, just die out.

By the waves of his memory


Few today will recall that the idea of ​​introducing fixed minimum wages for public sector employees has surfaced more than once before. And even more so, it has long been forgotten what obstruction of colleagues and even business media once fell upon Alexander Pochinok (now deceased), who was almost the first to formally make such a proposal.


Alexander Nikolaevich Pochinok was a recognized liberal, but managed to remember people

By the way, Pochinik was one of the predecessors of the new Russian prime minister as the head of the tax service, and in the rank of minister, he was not particularly generous in this post either. He remembered the poor later, passing the post of Minister for Social Affairs, and becoming "only" an adviser to the government apparatus.

But many have not forgotten that in the Soviet Union, despite all the declared meagerness of salaries and pensions, saving up for old age was considered the norm. By and large, the foundation was laid by the notorious Stalin bonds, which all government employees and most hard workers were given up to half the salary.

Many years later, on bonds, by the way, they were settled without any recalculations and cuts. They didn’t deceive anyone, unless people themselves managed to get rid of the “pieces of paper” without price. This, alas, is their fundamental difference from deposits in Sberbank, and more specifically, in savings banks, which at the turn of the transition from the USSR to Russia, as well as to other republics, were safely burned in the fire of Gaidar's “shock therapy”.

No plans are real, and not fake, as was done not so long ago, no one even voiced indexation or compensation of old deposits. But at the same time with the bank deposits of so many old people, inflation in the early 90s ate their “grave" ones too - savings in cash, hidden under mattresses or in secret sections of pre-revolutionary buffets.


Since then, people in Russia prefer not to save seriously and for a long time. And after the prospect of “burning” even pension savings became quite real for most Russians, an unfavorable trend turned into a norm. In modern stories In Russia, periods of substantial growth in incomes were so short that the habit of saving from the vast majority simply did not have time to develop.

The rest of the time, limited finances did not allow citizens to put off anything at all. But almost always, for many, rather, the desire to live on credit prevailed. The majority of the population, according to various estimates, up to 70, or even 75 percent, has for decades been limited to spending on utility bills, food and the most necessary.

For obvious reasons, no one perceives the Soviet experience as a worthy example, and in order to adopt foreign experience, not only not enough funds, but also a certain sense of practicality are lacking. In Western Europe, the USA and Japan, there are long-standing traditions of investing in commercial pension funds, as well as in insurance funds, to put not only themselves, but also children and grandchildren into old age, using the proven unsinkability and attractive plans of these pension funds.

Our pension and insurance companies in the years after the reforms did not earn any other reputation than the reputation of scammers and robbers, who at any moment dissolve in the global space with our money. Their services are used either exclusively by “their own”, or in the most extreme case, for example, when the law requires it, as with mandatory insurance.

Old age will not find me at home?


But besides, we must not forget that in Russia the poor too often have to pay for the rich, skillfully knocking out all possible benefits for themselves, up to transferring the business to offshore. For some reason, even the free parking spaces in the center of Moscow go primarily to the cars of the coolest brands.

The prospect of remaining in old age without a livelihood actually threatens almost three-quarters of the country's population. And these are not some expert assessments, but the accumulation of opinions of the citizens themselves, revealed as a result of a survey conducted by the Sberbank Non-State Pension Fund, actually a bank, albeit a commercial one, but quite state-owned in terms of capital.

The aging population of the country is frankly frightened by the fact that raising pensions does not actually outstrip actual inflation, but rather lags behind it. Indeed, for the older generation, the main expenses are payments for communal services, food and medicine, which are becoming more expensive than anything else. In addition, due to truly epoch-making changes in the pension sector in Russia, many of its citizens of pre-retirement age have practically lost their last chance of digging up at least something significantly more than what the state can still give them.

So, hard pessimism in assessing their own financial prospects was noted in 72,8% of respondents. It is characteristic that in the regions people feel much more confident than in relatively prosperous cities. Moscow, with its high salaries and living standards in this regard, is generally the leader in terms of negative levels. 75% of the capital's residents are worried and worried about their financial well-being in their declining years.

At the same time, only 13,8% of the Sberbank NPFs surveyed over the past 10–20 years have put aside funds for old age. It will be more accurate to say that they were able to afford such a luxury as long-term savings. However, almost a quarter of the survey participants, 24,8%, expressed regret that they did not make savings. However, such regrets alone do not mean at all that all these 24,8% had real opportunities to make any significant savings.

It will be very difficult to break the negative trend, especially given the openly predatory pension reform. All pathetic attempts to somehow soften the blow from her are now doomed to failure, but even for some reason they are shyly postponed. This happened with the new deduction system, which was initially advertised in connection with the availability of state guarantees and as a chance to independently manage deductions for old age. But then they did not even include the government in the work plan for 2020. Maybe the new government will return?
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  1. Mihail55 18 January 2020 05: 19 New
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    The words of the new prime minister have already been heard. Pension reform will not change! And it was necessary to do so urgently, on the first day of the appointment ??? So it is already initially put in a certain framework at the time of appointment. Thanks to the author for the article! But the matter is not only in the intricacies of banking tricks, unlike in Soviet times, there was a developed INDUSTRY (and not just galoshes), but now it can be said with a stretch. So then how can we talk about the social policy of the state? Everything is mutually connected .....
    1. Lexus 18 January 2020 05: 27 New
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      Poverty in Russia is too expensive

      So then how can we talk about the social policy of the state?

      Therefore, they are fighting not with poverty, but with the poor.
      1. GKS 2111 18 January 2020 05: 58 New
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        Yes, the state itself creates and supports poverty. They need our poverty as the basis of governance, as a way to be in power. They need to keep people in a half-strangled, half-swooned state so that we dutifully trudge from birth to death on the appointed road, do not shudder, vote as it should, and at the appointed time we turn out our pockets without unnecessary questions. that there is no money. The fact is that money goes to anything, but not to people, they migrated into the pockets of officials, oligarchs, Duma deputies, their guards, their servants. They are taken abroad and there they are on the accounts. Is it any wonder that "Severe pessimism in assessing their own financial prospects was observed in 72,8% of respondents."
        Where does optimism come from ..
        1. Tatyana 18 January 2020 06: 05 New
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          Until the power structures of the Russian Federation really become not only the defenders of their country, but also the defenders of their people, and not the minions of a handful of wealthy occupiers; until they feel that they are a single part of the national component of Russia, Russia will definitely disappear from the geopolitical map of the world in the end!
          1. Fan-fan 18 January 2020 06: 52 New
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            Not this way. And so - until the President of Russia becomes truly the defender of his people, and not the servant of a handful of rich people, until he feels himself a single part with the people of Russia, Russia will definitely disappear.
            1. Tatyana 18 January 2020 06: 57 New
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              Quote: Fan-Fan
              Not this way. And so - until the President of Russia becomes truly the defender of his people, and not the servant of a handful of rich people,

              Will not be! Or they won’t let him become one!
              1. Fan-fan 18 January 2020 06: 59 New
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                And who will not? After all, he can remove any nobleman from his post, it’s how easily the second person of the state removed.
                Well, if you can’t, then you need to change it to one that can.
                1. Ros 56 18 January 2020 12: 09 New
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                  Can I hear the name of the new? request You can’t be so naive. fellow hi
                  1. victor50 18 January 2020 15: 20 New
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                    Quote: Ros 56
                    Can I hear the name of the new? You can’t be so naive.

                    This is a traditional and only argument against! lol Question: what about the rest of the world? There, four, five, six or more years before the deadline they know the name of the next leader, Or today they also know the next? Your question implies that, having heard it, everyone should first be horrified at the prospect of a change of leader, and then shake his head with a sorrowfully sympathetic? You want to say that in the country there is no person better than someone who, in order to look great, can only be compared with the EBN, and the reign period is from 90 ?!
                    1. Ros 56 19 January 2020 09: 04 New
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                      I somehow do not give a damn, as there in the rest of the world, although there it is different. I live here and now and there is no need to decide for me what and how I think.
                      This is your liberal stupid way of deciding everything for the people.
                      I asked a specific question, you can’t answer, just say so, otherwise I started to pickle like fortune-telling on a camomile. Balabol you were, balabol and will remain.
                      1. victor50 19 January 2020 15: 14 New
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                        Quote: Ros 56
                        This is your liberal stupid way of deciding everything for the people.

                        It seems you are about yourself. And, hamlo, as always pokes, and calls names. About the "can not answer" - it's you. You cover your own stupidity and worthlessness with blunt cliches.
                      2. Ros 56 19 January 2020 18: 18 New
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                        It’s you a storyteller who can’t answer the question and start stupid discussions about people and give them no less stupid assessments.
              2. bandabas 18 January 2020 17: 10 New
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                Stripped off. Shuffled the deck. And set again. The speckled card. Voila!
              3. AU Ivanov. 19 January 2020 15: 24 New
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                Easy? You think so? To remove Nedimon, he slowly, one by one, over the course of several years, removed Medvedev’s support group. So that about "easy" is out of the question.
            2. Stas157 18 January 2020 11: 05 New
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              Title in the article:
              Revolution from above

              The situation is not good - low purchasing power among the population is squeezing the already small domestic market, and in the entire economy of the country, so there is no one to sell goods and services.

              The powerful have an ambush! They tore the blanket so hard that the rest of the population was naked. Some representatives of the elite (such as the billionaire Agalarov) begin to see that those who are left without a blanket begin to scream ... No, it's not so pathetic - there’s simply no one to rob without them.
            3. Boris55 18 January 2020 11: 13 New
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              Quote: Tatiana
              Will not be! Or they won’t let him become one!

              "State policy and management in a crowd-elite society is an agreement reached on the possibilities of various clan-corporate groups in using the state structure and system to achieve their narrowly corporate goals".

              You can pick a flower, but as long as the root is intact, you don’t have to worry about it, the same flower will grow in its place.

              ps
              A crowd of “elitism” is when there is a crowd that doesn’t understand anything in management, is easily manipulated by the media, and there is something that thinks of the “elite”, with limited management knowledge, mainly acting in the interests of its own personal pocket.
            4. New Year day 18 January 2020 13: 17 New
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              Quote: Tatiana
              Or they won’t let him become one!

              he just does not want to delve into, he has enough stories of Peskov and Medvedev
          2. parusnik 18 January 2020 07: 04 New
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            So the rich and put such a president who is beneficial to them, they are not stupid, why do they need the president to be a defender of the people ... Three presidents, for the entire time of the new Russia, only defended the people, and so the number of billionaires has increased .. laughing Belief in a good king and bad "bols", among the people, is not destroyed ... laughing
            1. Fan-fan 18 January 2020 07: 07 New
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              So we people need to vote for such a president, who is being defamed by the current government, the media and TV.
              1. Xnumx vis 18 January 2020 09: 23 New
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                Feel free to go to battle
                For the power of the Soviets
                And as one die
                In the fight for it. am am am Send your children to the "barricades" !!!! Tired of "RyvAlyutsianEry" am
                1. sabakina 18 January 2020 10: 12 New
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                  Quote: 30 vis
                  Feel free to go to battle
                  For the power of the Soviets
                  And as one die
                  In the fight for it. am am am Send your children to the "barricades" !!!! Tired of "RyvAlyutsianEry" am

                2. SOVIET UNION 2 18 January 2020 20: 37 New
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                  Well, they send children to foreign barricades! Do you think they will not protect their own?
                  1. Xnumx vis 18 January 2020 22: 13 New
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                    Quote: SOVIET UNION 2
                    Well, they send children to foreign barricades! Do you think they will not protect their own?

                    I think of my children! They live. Revolutions and perestroika leaned on me in figs ... Some “smart communists” —Gorbachevites — Yeltsins sold and betrayed our country. They grabbed everything that fit into their mouths ... Enough. Do you have children ? So take care of them. Give an education, help you get a job, support them ... Or send them to RIvAlyutsionnye barrricades !! I remember how the REVOLUTION Perestroika ended ... Starvation, unemployment and deaths ...
            2. evgen1221 18 January 2020 16: 17 New
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              Not that the problem is that the millionaires are growing in the country, but that they are all oriented towards withdrawing funds from the country, but inside or whatever they order, they build or buy sell centers. If you invest in your industry in the domestic market, then what kind of growth would have gone.
          3. Victor N 18 January 2020 09: 21 New
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            Yes, Russia will survive all, do not wait! And everyone needs to think about living in old age, although in reality few people burden themselves with this.
            1. Ingvar 72 18 January 2020 09: 46 New
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              Quote: Victor N
              Yes, Russia will survive all, do not wait!

              At such a pace of Russian people, she will certainly survive ......
            2. CT-55_11-9009 24 January 2020 10: 23 New
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              Quote: Victor N
              Yes, Russia will survive all, do not wait! And everyone needs to think about living in old age, although in reality few people burden themselves with this.

              To old age, you must first live. But this is a huge problem, because our health care is dead, and for a long time. And working in two jobs, in order to at least postpone something for the future, health is crumbling "with a bang" ...
          4. Machito 18 January 2020 15: 09 New
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            Gypsies taught the horse not to eat. The horse is almost used to it. Yes, and she died.
          5. Altona 18 January 2020 15: 44 New
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            Quote: Fan-Fan
            Not this way. And so - until the President of Russia becomes truly the defender of his people, and not the servant of a handful of rich people, until he feels himself a single part with the people of Russia, Russia will definitely disappear.

            -----------------------
            All the hope for the king-priest? Hmm, for a long time it is time to not rely on the kings.
          6. Ragoz 19 January 2020 00: 46 New
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            Fan-fan:
            The President thinks one thing, says another, makes the third, but the fourth turns out.
        2. Gardamir 18 January 2020 08: 31 New
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          Tatyana, you know what you're wrong about. Power structures are part of the wealthy occupiers. As an example, the notorious Colonel Zakharchenko. But we are talking about all the Ministry of Internal Affairs, the Tax, Customs and others, and others.
          1. 30143 18 January 2020 10: 23 New
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            They turned into organized crime groups, what do you want from them?
            1. victor50 18 January 2020 15: 24 New
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              Quote: 30143
              They turned into organized crime groups, what do you want from them?

              In the LLC.
          2. Altona 18 January 2020 15: 45 New
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            Quote: Gardamir
            Power structures are part of the wealthy occupiers.

            -------------------
            Mikhanov unconditionally believe them. laughing
        3. Proxima 18 January 2020 12: 55 New
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          Quote: Tatiana
          Until the power structures of the Russian Federation really become not only the defenders of their country, but also the defenders of their people, and not the minions of a handful of wealthy occupiers; until they feel that they are a single part of the national component of Russia, Russia will definitely disappear from the geopolitical map of the world in the end!

          Such is the mentality of the Russian people, the people are ready to endure any monstrous simply inhuman deprivation (as it was in World War II), but only on one condition that such hardships undergo all! You can’t deceive the people, people saw how the sons of the powerful of this world went to the front on a common basis, fought and died. And now what lyad people should endure hardships? To some sort of shit .. I bought myself another yacht? A zealous, heightened sense of justice sits deeply in the subconscious of the Russian people, and let the oligarchs of great agitation remember that the people have the right to realize this justice, as he did in 1917 ..
        4. your1970 19 January 2020 12: 38 New
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          Quote: Tatiana
          Until the power structures of the Russian Federation really become not only the defenders of their country, but also the defenders of their people, and not the minions of a handful of wealthy occupiers; until they feel that they are a single part of the national component of Russia, Russia will definitely disappear from the geopolitical map of the world in the end!

          Already was- 3 million SA, at least 1 million police and at least 0,5 million KGB were defenders and a single part of the people of the USSR .....
          And where is now on the geopolitical map of the USSR ???? !!!!!!
      2. About 2 18 January 2020 06: 37 New
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        It’s just that impunity behaves in this way. Curtained on the people and do their work.
        1. NordUral 18 January 2020 09: 05 New
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          The people are sleeping and do not want to wake up. So the future of grandchildren and great-grandchildren will prospit. It may whine, but to raise its fifth point and go vote for Grudinin, he’s broke, because he is an oligarch and a thief, and the Martians built his village with Putin. Sleep, idiots, you don’t have to wake up, nobody will wipe away your tears anyway!
          1. Vogel 18 January 2020 10: 25 New
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            And I absolutely do not like Grudinin, and what should I do?
            1. NordUral 18 January 2020 12: 36 New
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              Vote for Putin, Vogel, he will not let you down.
            2. NordUral 18 January 2020 15: 36 New
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              It is not necessary to look at the face of Grudinin, but at what he offers, and in a team of like-minded people, at words and deeds, mainly at deeds. And his affairs are visible on the example of the former state farm, with its splendor, especially against the background of the ruins of modern Russia. And why shouldn't the country give it a try? I personally gave him my vote and will give it again if he is in the struggle for the first person in the state or in a team of like-minded people.
              1. Golovan Jack 18 January 2020 16: 04 New
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                Quote: NordUral
                You need to look not at the face of Grudinin, but at the fact that he ...

                ... does.

                And he does the following:

                - having a certain allotment of "golden" zamli on the MKAD-e - carefully transfers it from agricultural purpose to suitable for development, and sells it ... well, or leases it
                - masking all this with "strawberries" purchased ... anywhere.
                - having all this, practically, in your pocket (ZAO Lennon) - the keyword is ZAO.
                - you can draw any pictures at the same time. At the scale of the company. On the country as a whole, these pictures do not scale physically.

                Smart enough yes
              2. your1970 19 January 2020 12: 43 New
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                Quote: NordUral
                moreover, in a team of like-minded people, on words and deeds, mainly on deeds.

                In a team of like-minded people, in the Communist Party program, the Russian language says the nationalization of the economy in the third stage ....
                And Grudinin immediately declared that there would be no nationalization


                And someone’s CJSC didn’t want to reorganize and return the units to the people .... yeah, right now ...
          2. IS-80_RVGK2 18 January 2020 14: 23 New
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            Change your profile picture you nichrome do not understand in Marxism.
      3. Mcar 18 January 2020 09: 59 New
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        Quote: GKS 2111
        Yes, the state itself creates and supports poverty. They need our poverty as the basis of governance, as a way to be in power.

        Very sure!

        Unemployment is a purely capitalist "invention." There was no unemployment in the slave system, not in the feudal system, not to mention the socialist one. Which directly indicates the artificiality of unemployment. It is precisely it that allows the capitalists to keep the salary on the verge of the survival of the proletariat, if the latter did not snatch more from the bourgeoisie in the process of the class struggle.
        1. IS-80_RVGK2 18 January 2020 14: 24 New
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          Chow ?! Let us not tell fairy tales.
      4. knn54 18 January 2020 10: 33 New
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        There is no optimism, but some people can take advantage. For example, in Muslim countries, Islamism is popular among the poor. For whom medicine and education are not available.
        Already passed "the top can not. The bottom do not want to ...". And foreign "good intentions" more than enough
      5. New Year day 18 January 2020 13: 15 New
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        Quote: GKS 2111
        Yes, the state itself creates and supports poverty

        it’s easier to manage the poor — the benefactor threw 100 rubles, stupefied Soloviev’s head and do whatever you like with him. So poverty is a policy of power.
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    3. Paul Siebert 18 January 2020 07: 36 New
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      Yes, yes - it is with the poor!
      I remember an article in Komsomolskaya Pravda.
      On the first page is the smiling Fix in a disproportionately large general's cap.
      Below in capital letters: "The head of the tax service, Pochinch, dined at the restaurant for twelve minimal Russian pensions."
      And then, apparently, he preoccupied himself with the problems of poverty. Have you read the article?
      I also remember at Echo of Moscow he was running a program about tax collectors and tax collectors. Which is basically the same thing.
      And in one of the programs, he noted the invaluable contribution of the Golden Horde in the establishment of the tax service in Russia. Such a little Baskak. Baskachok. In a general's cap.
    4. Mcar 18 January 2020 09: 50 New
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      Quote: lexus
      Poverty in Russia is too expensive

      So then how can we talk about the social policy of the state?

      Therefore, they are fighting not with poverty, but with the poor.

      That's right!

      Today any contact with the state is minus money. Never before in the post-Soviet period has there been such a thing as money plus. For example, the other day a doorbell rings — a gas test. There was no verification, there was a question: are you going to conclude a contract? It turns out that from now on (it has never happened before), gasmen need to conclude an agreement on the subject of a call if the smell is gas, the burner does not burn, etc. The price is 1200 r. in year.

      For some, this amount is a trifle, and for many, money. And what, for example, is obtained? All around paid, really tearing meat off the budget, but someone could not. The question is, how does paying for this “service” guarantee that there will be no explosion in the neighboring apartment, after which it happens that at least the entrance, or even the whole house, cannot be restored? National treasure!
      1. 30143 18 January 2020 10: 28 New
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        Ten years since he switched to electricity, so as not to deal with these structures.
        The smell of sulfur from matches disappeared, a clean ceiling, the oven gives a higher temperature.
        In addition, we still have gas in our body, people say that the kettle heats up in 15 minutes.
        1. Mcar 18 January 2020 13: 07 New
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          Quote: 30143
          Ten years since he switched to electricity, so as not to deal with these structures.
          The smell of sulfur from matches disappeared, a clean ceiling, the oven gives a higher temperature.
          In addition, we still have gas in our body, people say that the kettle heats up in 15 minutes.

          In the long, it may pay off. But where to get a beggar money for an electric stove?

          And that the gas is different - I confirm. In childhood (70s), the smell of gas was different. Now it’s kind of nasty, with a touch of rot, but then, don’t laugh, it was pleasant (my childhood impression), with a touch of sour.
          1. 30143 18 January 2020 19: 08 New
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            I agree, but carbon monoxide is dangerous. How many people are dying!
            Even hoods do not save.
            Now budget options for two-burner electric panels are already on sale.
            But here it is necessary to break, first of all, yourself.
      2. your1970 19 January 2020 12: 52 New
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        Quote: McAr
        Never before in the post-Soviet period has there been such a thing as money plus. For example, the other day a doorbell rings — a gas test.

        I will tell you about a bad state in secret, there was a resolution prohibiting gas cut-off to citizens during the heating period. Great! Or not really ??
        The nuance is that it was forbidden to cut off even unauthorized air connections ...
        We have 3 such houses burned out in five years, in one family of 3 people.
        Attempts to disconnect their hoses to the highway led to the fact that they complained to the prosecutor about a violation of the resolution, and they hit on the ears
        1. Mcar 19 January 2020 13: 58 New
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          I'll tell you about a bad state in secret

          The nuance is that it was forbidden to cut off even unauthorized air connections ...

          In a good state, an unauthorized connection would be replaced on the same day with a good one. Because the lives of three people are incomparably more valuable than those ridiculous expenses that would go towards a normal connection.
          1. your1970 19 January 2020 19: 45 New
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            In a good state, to begin with, would you ask: are you stealing gas ??? You are stealing !!!! Is there an opportunity to connect? Yes !! We then even have pensioners connected, and these were considered unnecessary .....
            There is no indignation at citizens stealing gas and there is no pretense for citizens, citizens can steal, what already there ... "exchange for good" ...
            Let Ukraine change the GTS - it’s also bad for them without gas theft

            Yes, and we have a region, where now 4/5 of the connections are illegal, because they willfully ....
    5. NEXUS 18 January 2020 14: 05 New
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      Therefore, they are fighting not with poverty, but with the poor.

      They do not fight but graze the electorate, like a herd of cows and bull-calves. Until the next election. Although this election, supposedly popular expression of the will, is a pure farce, so that the people would consider that they are at the helm, that ordinary people supposedly have the right to choose. This is all bullshit. The people have no freedom, no right to choose. The people are needed only to ensure a comfortable life for the elites and the protection of their wealth.
      And the illusion of freedom is given to us in the form of vacations, loans, mortgages, discounts, etc. ... we have been driven into the cell of the SYSTEM for a long time, in which we play the role of servants, farm laborers.
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        No people have no freedom, no right to choose. The people are needed only to ensure a comfortable life for the elites and the protection of their wealth.

        And creating the appearance of the legitimacy of power.
  2. About 2 18 January 2020 06: 39 New
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    Yes, who would doubt it was Vova himself and indicated to him how you breathe so that the people would know whose blood you are here and said about the reform
  3. aybolyt678 18 January 2020 08: 33 New
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    The words of the new prime minister have already been heard. Pension reform will not change!

    One more letter "M"?
    Quote: Michael55
    So it is already initially put in a certain framework at the appointment.

    He is an upscale publican, years of work leave a mark. His specialty is to collect money, we see this by VAT, by cadastral valuation, and other tax achievements of today ...
    Quote: Michael55
    how can we talk about the social policy of the state?

    social does not mean socialist sad
    1. Mcar 18 January 2020 10: 07 New
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      social does not mean socialist

      Right remark!

      If not socialist, but social, then it means capital, not capitalist. Someone against capital: construction, repair, etc.? A typical substitution of concepts. The great hope is that the majority is not intentional, but not understanding.
      1. aybolyt678 18 January 2020 11: 03 New
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        Infuriates the term social democratic transformation! socially democratic it means in favor of a certain PART of society !!! this is what we have now! And the ear is familiar and positive sad
        We need elements of socialism! providing social justice, social elevators, the sovereignty of the country and development prospects for all sectors of society!
    2. your1970 19 January 2020 12: 55 New
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      by cadastral valuation

      What does this have to do with tax? This is generally the case of Rosreestr ..
      And yes, in our region the cost of land has become 4 times less ...
      On average, for 5 acres under the house, a tax of 350 rubles
  • Thrifty 18 January 2020 05: 36 New
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    So it is necessary to legitimize the poverty of the population in the constitution, having registered there that poverty is not a vice, but a way of life of the population!
    1. GKS 2111 18 January 2020 06: 10 New
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      Yes, poverty has long been the way of life of the main part of the population, if anyone has not noticed. 5,5% of Russia's residents have an income below 7 thousand rubles. Let's transfer from interest to millions: 8 million people in Russia have an income below 7 thousand rubles. 35,2% of working people in Russia live with less than 21 rubles a month. 800% of Russians have a salary of 7,9 rubles. 10% of Russians have a salary of up to 600 thousand rubles. This means tens of millions of people with empty pockets who do not have savings and savings. This means, at best, credit bondage, at worst - living in poverty, on the verge of starvation, living for the last bill left to paycheck. Poverty is inherited by children because it is impossible to get out of it. Forty or fifty million people in Russia work like damned, and at the same time live in poverty. And how many rubles and kopecks a month the top of the country eats black and red caviar? How much does whiskey drink? This is classified information; Rosstat does not have it.
      1. bessmertniy 18 January 2020 08: 06 New
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        Since the beginning of the reforms, bank deposits have been disadvantageous for accumulation. Given the accrued interest, they have been losing and are losing their purchasing power every year. And these pathetic bank interest is also called "income". fool
      2. Victor N 18 January 2020 09: 58 New
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        Only the very naive do not know that a huge part of the population hides their income and does not pay taxes. Therefore, the statistics are completely unreliable. The reality is much more positive. Those who are cunning conceals income to help immorally according to the norms of society.
        Judging by the volume of advertising for dog and cat food, people not only do not starve en masse, but also feed their cattle.
        1. Mcar 18 January 2020 10: 15 New
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          Judging by the volume of advertising for dog and cat food, people are not only not massively starving, but also feeds its cattle.

          I live in an urban village on the outskirts of Khabarovsk. The center of the village is high-rise housing construction, the districts are the private sector.

          Until perestroika, in which direction you will not go beyond the village, a herd of cows must be grazed - 20–40 goals (up to 200 goals in the village). Private cows, not collective and state farms. Moreover, everything is as it should be - dogs, a shepherd on a horse.

          Now not a single private cow in the whole village. Probably to death fed their cattle.
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            Now not a single private cow in the whole village. They probably fed their cattle to death.
            Reply

            There are nuances ...
            In the coffin, young people saw those cows; at 5, get up, milk, meet, clean the dung ...
            And the old people died ...
            And the fields are most likely private around and you have to pay for grazing
            And the food is quite expensive
            And there’s nowhere to put milk especially .....

            And another mountain of nuances, why you became tired
      3. Altona 18 January 2020 15: 50 New
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        Quote: GKS 2111
        And how many rubles and cents per month does the top of the country eat black and red caviar? How much does whiskey drink? This is classified information; Rosstat does not have it.

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        By the way, excessively wealthy state disadvantageous. They take money abroad without paying taxes and they do not support demand, they need some luxury brands or even antiques, and so on, which is not ordinary consumer goods. Therefore, in a normal state, a decile coefficient of 1: 4 is maintained, but by no means 1:17 as in modern Russia.
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          By the way, excessively wealthy state disadvantageous.

          In any country there is a mafia, but only in Russia does the mafia have a country laughing
  • Sahalinets 18 January 2020 05: 48 New
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    Author, stop amusing yourself with pink illusions! Let’s look at the situation really!
    The current ruling class is something special in Russian history. Even during the time of the Troubles, the boyars were not going to emigrate, and their children and grandchildren had to live in Russia.
    Now the situation is fundamentally different. The goal of the ruling class is to loot more money and flush to the West. Their children already live there, there are real estate, bills and so on. It’s just that they just can’t get drunk .... And Russia for them is just a territory given to them for plunder. They do not care deeply about her future, they are not in him.
    And no matter who exactly will sit in the Kremlin and the government. It will always be an expression of their will and the difference is only in the nuances. More precisely, how exactly they will rob and who exactly will rake the main share.
    I would not want to be in the ranks of the all-scouts, but the future of the country seems to me very sad. I would like to make a mistake, but ...
    1. bessmertniy 18 January 2020 08: 08 New
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      Who would doubt that. The classic said correctly: "Sadly, I look at our generation - its future il is empty or dark ..." request
    2. IS-80_RVGK2 18 January 2020 14: 28 New
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      Let's not you lie. There are people here who did not smoke a history textbook at school. Thanks in advance.
    3. Altona 18 January 2020 17: 37 New
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      I would not want to be in the ranks of the all-scouts

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      Why all-prodlers? If we are talking about nomenclature, then let it disappear forever, as an ugly social phenomenon, as a separate caste, requiring disproportionate privileges and respect, which it does not deserve. As Stalin also said that it was a “damned estate of officials”.
  • Ross xnumx 18 January 2020 05: 49 New
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    Poverty in Russia is too expensive

    A vivid manifestation of the most base human qualities: cynicism, irresponsibility, understatement, servility, lack of spirituality, money-grubbing - ultimately costs us even more. It resulted in a monstrous stratification of the Russian population by social status.
    The supremacy of the “dough” introduced in the 90s before the law finishes Russian statehood along with the extinction of the country's titular nation.
    Moscow and St. Petersburg feasts during the "plague", when all taxes flock to the center, and the regions get the leftovers after distribution and garbage cars, continue to do their "good" thing.
    Window dressing has become an integral part of the activities of officials at all levels. Moreover, the fruits of fantasy are presented as real “progress” and successes.
    Economic growth at the level of statistical error; inflation growth, outstripping the growth of incomes of the bulk of the population; lack of opportunity to purchase comfortable housing, insecurity EVEN !!! electricity, water, sewage, communications in comparison with mansions and apartments worth tens and hundreds of millions ...
    High school students stopped doing homework (4%) ... Daily teenagers hanging out in the mall ... Night rioting and morning showdowns near nightclubs of snotty majors against the backdrop of people standing at stops stopping by for their average national salary .. .
    Paraphrasing a well-known saying, you can notice:
    Nothing costs us SO CHEAP AND IS NOT APPRECIATED AS EXPENSIVE AS A NATIONAL IDEA!
    I can add only one. Primitivism and attempts by the authorities, trying to buy for money that which is impossible to buy a priori, will not give a result ...
    (If only in the Rosstat reports)
    hi
    1. aybolyt678 18 January 2020 09: 09 New
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      Quote: ROSS 42
      Nothing costs us SO CHEAP AND IS NOT APPRECIATED AS EXPENSIVE AS A NATIONAL IDEA!

      The guarantor offers Patriotism to be elevated to the rank of National Idea. However, he did not specify this concept of Subjective or Objective. This concept is not cheap, because a change of ideology usually requires a world war. Another thing is that we have the remains of Soviet ideology, the only hope for its resuscitation and modification. A turn to socialism without revolution is possible only through the introduction of a progressive taxation scale. For Socialism is the prevalence of public interests over personal ones, closely intertwined with Patriotism - love for the Motherland.
      1. IS-80_RVGK2 18 January 2020 14: 29 New
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        Now attention is the question. Where did you find socialism in countries with progressive taxation?
        1. aybolyt678 18 January 2020 14: 46 New
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          Now attention is the question. Where did you find socialism

          answer: there is no pure capitalism or socialism and never existed. Before the USSR, there were generally no unemployment benefits or free medicine. For these are ELEMENTS of Socialism. Elements of socialism may be public ownership of the means of production, a progressive taxation scale, or free education. These elements include payments from the sale of resources in Norway or the UAE. But in Russia, in general, everything is sad because Russia has been overtaken here! laughing
          In addition, there were elements of capitalism in the USSR! for example, a movement for self-sufficiency and self-financing, or a team in a row! These elements escalated and eventually led to Perestroika.
          A progressive taxation scale, as a means of social justice, exists in many capitalist countries. Adenauer, the first prime minister of Germany, after the Second World War, said - it is unfair when a beer merchant earns more than a skilled worker. This policy led to the rapid growth of the German economy, despite the fact that it paid reparations for two world wars. Here is the power of socialism!
          1. IS-80_RVGK2 18 January 2020 14: 53 New
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            Some wild vinaigrette in your head from tales and outright lies. Take an interest in what is happening in the same UAE before writing any nonsense.
            1. aybolyt678 18 January 2020 20: 55 New
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              Even Alaska residents are paid dividends on gold mined.
            2. aybolyt678 19 January 2020 09: 30 New
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              Some wild vinaigrette in your head

              it’s not with me, but you have a mess in your head. I am writing to you about the fact that there is a capitalist approach - for the sake of money, and a socialist approach for the people. There is also a social democratic one, this is when one part of society decides for another laughing , and it doesn’t matter what happens in the UAE, the main thing is that there are payments to citizens for minerals in the countries where it is mined, which are nothing more than an element of socialism.
              1. IS-80_RVGK2 19 January 2020 11: 28 New
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                With this comment you only confirmed that you do not understand the difference between socialism and the handouts of capitalists from surplus value deprived of workers. And this is savoring rental payments, the stupidity of pure water.
                1. aybolyt678 19 January 2020 13: 04 New
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                  let's not confuse taxpayer money, state, if you do not understand, and money from the owners of factories, newspapers, ships and wells! laughing
                  The theory of surplus value is a very harmonious system of concepts, which requires only a small correction today. The correction is that in the products of labor, there is very little of this labor itself. A lot of today, automated work. However, the possession of Energy in any form is critical today. It is energy that is enclosed in the products of labor, goods. Today, in Russia, people are estranged not from the results of their labor, not from surplus value, they are estranged from dividends from the sale of energy resources. If, according to Marx, Value is the labor embodied in the product, then it is relevant for today - value is the Energy embodied in the product. Marx warned of such a period and believed that this would lead to a reduction in working hours and creativity, but this led to an increase in entertainment and competition for energy, as well as the emergence of the so-called useless class, a useless class of people who offer unnecessary services for dog hairdressers, for example .
                  Quote: IS-80_RVGK2
                  And here it is relishing rental payments
                  The fact is that for some reason public ownership of the means of production is considered an integral part of socialism, this is not true. Public ownership of the means of production is a way of equitable distribution of wealth. If the capitalist takes 60% of net profit and distributes it in the form of social benefits, then what is this handout?
                  1. IS-80_RVGK2 19 January 2020 14: 03 New
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                    Energy? Are you out of your mind? Hand face. Yeah, I already see how it turns out to take money from the capitalist around the world under the dominant position of the bourgeoisie. Even somehow, the exact opposite is coming out. Public ownership of the means of production is not only distribution. Do not need this demagoguery. This is a different structure of the economy, a different organization of labor. Other public relations.
                    1. aybolyt678 19 January 2020 17: 47 New
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                      labor costs can be considered in calories laughing
                      1. IS-80_RVGK2 19 January 2020 17: 50 New
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                        This is some kind of horror. Well, what other calories? It's not about calories, but about human labor. Without a person, this formula does not make sense.
                      2. Golovan Jack 19 January 2020 18: 27 New
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                        Quote: IS-80_RVGK2
                        This is some kind of horror. Well, what other calories?

                        Better in horsepower. Here are these:

                        Teacher: - What is horsepower?
                        - This is the force that a horse develops with a height of one meter and a weight of one kilogram.
                      3. IS-80_RVGK2 19 January 2020 20: 27 New
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                        Exactly. I am slowly starting to fall into despair. With such adherents of communism and connoisseurs of marxism, we will not only not build communism, but also destroy capitalism. Hand face.
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                        Quote: IS-80_RVGK2
                        ... of marxism ...

                        Are you on purpose? belay

                        Quote: IS-80_RVGK2
                        we will destroy capitalism

                        Well, so from your point of view - this is half the battle, consider it already done ...

                        Quote: IS-80_RVGK2
                        Hand face

                        Thats yes yes yes
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                        Are you on purpose?

                        Do you still doubt it? laughing
                        Quote: Golovan Jack
                        Well, so from your point of view - this is half the battle, consider it already done ...

                        Given the fact that there is no one to build communism, it will be a flight breaking through the bottoms into feudalism, and even the slave system.
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                        Given the fact that there is no one to build communism, it will be a flight breaking through the bottoms into feudalism, and even the slave system

                        Oh, glimpses.

                        By the way, the standard approach for programmers is "do not touch a working system." I’ll add - and if I’m already forced to touch - touch carefully.

                        Everything, I turn off, the word "flood" I do not like for some reason laughing
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                        In parting, I’ll say that the system is malfunctioning and is slowly falling into another crisis. And the sad thing is that instead of thinking about how to move to the new system, the reactionaries tell us how good the current is by sticking in the next backups and reeling up with adhesive tape.
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                        Makar, with all due respect to the beliefs of others (well, good today):

                        - In the 2000s, I lived several times in Sweden in work. From a couple of weeks to a couple of months. I assure you - the local kaptalism has a completely human face
                        - but then I’ll remind you of a joke about the English lawn ("everything is simple, but you have to do it every day ... and 200 years"). In the same box office - a Russian proverb: "soon - it does not happen well"
                        - as for communism - it was built by my grandfathers, my parents, and even I managed to take part. As a result, we all see.

                        In short - I’m boiling for anyone except massacre. And I don’t want any more experiments, give, damn it, die quietly already laughing
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                        I knew you would say something like that. But the fat years are ending big changes are coming. And I do not want to die calmly. I want to die so that it makes at least some sense. I want humanity to take the next step in its development. So that we get closer to those worlds that were drawn by Efremov and the early Strugatsky.
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    The guarantor offers Patriotism to be elevated to the rank of National Idea. However, he did not specify this concept.

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    It depends on how you understand this patriotism. How is loyalty to the Sechino-Millerovsky state, or how is love for the locality (including the whole country) where you live and born? Then then these two patriotisms will diverge diametrically.
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      It depends on how you understand this patriotism.

      here I am about too. Any politician is a professional demagogue, replacing the meanings of words so that it sounds as he needs. No one has a harmonious system. But when, for the ideas of Marx, people went to great lengths.
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        It is a pity that at the same time the overwhelming majority both did not understand and do not understand plainly in Marxism, as you actually are.
        1. aybolyt678 19 January 2020 13: 09 New
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          It’s a pity that this is overwhelming

          I wrote to you today, just now, there is something regarding Marx, but I can still teach Marxism, I would be glad to try
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            No you can not. For already in basic things you do not understand the word at all.
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              I just moved away from the classical formulations, they are boring and not adapted to today's speech from the point of view of the consumer winked
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  • Tatyana 18 January 2020 06: 04 New
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    Until the power structures of the Russian Federation really become not only the defenders of their country, but also the defenders of their people, and not the minions of a handful of wealthy occupiers; until they feel that they are a single part of the national component of Russia, Russia will definitely disappear from the geopolitical map of the world in the end!
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      Well, console yourself. Today they have their own business, and the salary is so-so. At the same time, a traffic cop with a lifesaver is simply a “sweetie”. what
  • Chaldon48 18 January 2020 06: 09 New
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    Quote: Michael55
    The words of the new prime minister have already been heard. Pension reform will not change! And it was necessary to do so urgently, on the first day of the appointment ??? So it is already initially put in a certain framework at the time of appointment. Thanks to the author for the article! But the matter is not only in the intricacies of banking tricks, unlike in Soviet times, there was a developed INDUSTRY (and not just galoshes), but now it can be said with a stretch. So then how can we talk about the social policy of the state? Everything is mutually connected .....

    Now we are all waiting for change, but as they say: "What the next day prepares for me, my gaze catches it in vain. It lurks in deep darkness"
  • About 2 18 January 2020 06: 33 New
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    I remember how during the World Cup on one of the channels Malakhov’s broadcast was about raising his retirement age and there the most repaired woman was tearing the throat of a deceased woman who now works as a rector in some state. Institute, as she advised future retirees who have come under pressure to do business with foam at the mouth. Well, when the time comes you will receive your 40%.
  • Op po 18 January 2020 07: 05 New
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    Well, you understand that the poor cattle are easy to manage. And where people can afford to save, they have a sense of dignity. Try such infringements in their rights - they immediately take to the streets. With cattle, you can do anything you like - endure. From the same “opera” - the sanitation of the population through unspiritual TV and the mass media, a modified school curriculum, where Mayakovsky and Yesenin were removed from school textbooks (supposedly too difficult for children's perception).
    1. IS-80_RVGK2 19 January 2020 11: 32 New
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      Actually, in Russia, many have savings. But to whom am I saying this? You only need to shout slogans, and thinking is not necessary at all.
  • parusnik 18 January 2020 07: 07 New
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    Maybe the new government will return?
    ... Yeah. 30 years they took, did not return ... and then change their minds .. laughing
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  • makdy 18 January 2020 07: 41 New
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    You just need to set the retirement age from 60 years, but without the right to work simultaneously, and the age from which you can receive a pension and work. Those who have already worked out, but do not want to force themselves before 65 and can not - will leave at 60. And who can - let them pull up to 65, and the pension will be much higher.
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      You just have to think with your head. And before making such suggestions at least a little interest in the issue. With demography, everything is very bad.
  • apro 18 January 2020 07: 42 New
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    Poverty is a normal product of capitalism ... what's wrong? And you earn exactly as much as you were able to achieve. Not more. no less. rely on the state? but the point is .. if the state is the concentrated power of the ruling class. and the power of money for what to pay more? when you can pay less ... and there are no real leverage ...
    Solvent demand. Interesting wording. Not binding on anything. Moreover, to create it ... on the basis of what? The economy is raw. Not industrial. Where there can be high added value. Especially under capitalism.
    1. aybolyt678 18 January 2020 09: 46 New
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      and there are no real leverage ...

      Well, why such pessimism? A change of government, even if formal, is already a sign that it’s not in vain that we are fighting here on sofas laughing , the main thing is not to let yourself be deceived by handouts but to demand systemic shifts.
      1. Mcar 18 January 2020 11: 34 New
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        Quote: aybolyt678
        Quote: apro
        and there are no real leverage ...

        Well, why such pessimism? A change of government, even if formal, is already a sign that it’s not in vain that we are fighting here on sofas laughing , the main thing is not to let yourself be deceived by handouts but to demand systemic shifts.

        Well, if so.

        So Platoshkin also says so - it is not a victory, but they won this battle. Everything inside wants to agree. And in the head, thoughts are different, like garlic in the spring, sharp arrows throw out. Change the awl for soap - is there a reason for the holiday? What prompted you to change - yes! And for what? The same eggs, only in profile? Very impressive!

        In short, there is no triumphant joy in the soul of victory.
        1. aybolyt678 18 January 2020 12: 20 New
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          In short, there is no triumphant joy in the soul of victory.

          with joy and enthusiasm for the barricades? just what to demand? sane?
          1. Mcar 18 January 2020 12: 30 New
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            Quote: aybolyt678
            Quote: McAr
            In short, there is no triumphant joy in the soul of victory.

            with joy and enthusiasm for the barricades? just what to demand? sane?

            1. What are the barricades, what are we talking about? Public consciousness sleeps like Ilya Muromets a bad dream under the chants of the central media. No barricades are foreseen in the foreseeable future. In our country, as a maximum.

            2. At the current stage, you can only demand something economic - an increase in salaries, shorter working hours, etc. Any political demands for regime change will be transferred to the category of extremist, with all the consequences of the Criminal Code.
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          Well, yes Platoshkin is still that strategist and tactician. Hand face. When will you start to think?
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            Well, yes Platoshkin is still that strategist and tactician. Hand face. When will you start to think?

            Well, teach, if a strategist and tactician. Society will say thanks.
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              How old are you for me to teach you? You yourself must think with your own head and not go about all sorts of populists, adventurers, scammers, Platoshkins and other chicken reptiles.
        3. Altona 18 January 2020 17: 40 New
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          So Platoshkin also says so - it is not a victory, but they won this battle.

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          Platoshkin had in mind that the government felt pressure from below, which means pressure from below has an effect. How she reacted is another question. She reacted as she should, to sit still. So it is necessary to put pressure on power stronger.
  • Sergei 23 18 January 2020 07: 53 New
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    One gets the impression that the poor people are beneficial to the current government. As the recent elections showed, Moscow and Peter do not vote for the existing government !!! Yes, and protests are held mainly in the same place.
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      One gets the impression that the poor people are beneficial to the current government.

      Of course it is profitable. It does not consume resources that can be sold to a more solvent buyer. It becomes smaller. So you can spend less on survivals of socialism.
      1. NordUral 18 January 2020 08: 53 New
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        Neither the poor nor the rich people are not only not beneficial to these thieves and bandits, they do not need them at all. In addition to servants, slaves in the raw materials sector and latifundia, and the minimum armed forces, so that the West does not take away the stolen goods (the part that they did not manage to withdraw to the offshore and the West).
    2. bessmertniy 18 January 2020 08: 14 New
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      And you noticed what a vile opposition is taking shape. And go vote for these hoopoes !!! ??? repeat
      1. NordUral 18 January 2020 08: 54 New
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        And specifically you can say - which one does not suit you?
        1. bessmertniy 18 January 2020 09: 26 New
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          With pronemtsevsky and pro-baysovsky thinking. She just pisses me off. angry
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            I agree with you, Victor.
      2. Altona 18 January 2020 16: 28 New
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        And you noticed what a vile opposition is taking shape.

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        Alexei Navalny, like Mikhail Khodorkovsky, by the way, is not exactly the opposition - these are spare elements of the system and spare figures of quite powerful players who oppose the power group like alpha males in a pack of leaders. They have very powerful media potential and hidden support and they finally managed to bring the average man to major cities to protests. Some popular movements have no resources besides self-organization. The trouble is that the population does not understand the value of civic solidarity and behaves like subjects of the monarchy. And without civil solidarity, there is no people, there is a population.
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      Yes, and protests are held mainly in the same place.

      In fact, the revolution is held in the capitals! the purpose of the surplus appraisal was the seizure of food for the center!
      1. Altona 18 January 2020 16: 31 New
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        In fact, revolutions are held in the capitals!

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        The poverty of the regions can move them towards separatism as in 1991-1994. If Tuva gives Moscow 20 times more than receives subventions from the center, then they are already directly asking such a question, “Why do we need Moscow?”.
  • DNS-a42 18 January 2020 07: 56 New
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    Stalin IV: “If capitalism could adapt production not to maximize profits, but to systematically improve the material situation of the masses, if it could turn profit not to satisfy the whims of the parasitic classes, not to improve methods of exploitation, not to export capital, and the systematic rise in the material situation of workers and peasants, then there would be no crises. But then capitalism would not be capitalism. "
    1. Sergei 23 18 January 2020 08: 15 New
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      Try this statement on the inhabitants of Western Europe. Maybe not so simple.
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        Try this statement on the inhabitants of Western Europe.

        on all arrivals ?? not so simple laughing
        In addition, Germany has gone through a period of national-socialism! Eisenhower had a prime minister who said, “It’s unfair when a beer merchant earns more than a skilled worker,” and this is socialist thinking !!!
  • rocket757 18 January 2020 08: 11 New
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    Seriously argue that our government and the authorities create something ??? To create, you need to be a SPECIALIST and you need to WORK! And these all work or go ....
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  • Victor Orthodox 18 January 2020 08: 37 New
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    The whole point of the article is that suppose you can start production of high-level smartphones in Russia, or produce Tesla-level cars, but that’s not the problem, the problem is who will buy all this !? The population has no money, there is no economic development. All this is said.
    1. Victor N 18 January 2020 10: 12 New
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      Not everything is so simple. It is worth speculating: why an individual is poor. There will be more personal benefit than accusations of this phenomenon by the state and other "oligarchs!"
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        Not everything is so simple. It is worth speculating: why separate man is poor. There will be more personal benefit than accusations of this phenomenon by the state and other "oligarchs!"

        It will be more useful if you do not engage in a substitution of concepts. And without reasoning.

        Why in the state of these of individual tens of millions of people? Is that their choice to be poor? Have you dreamed right from childhood? Maybe somewhere there is a queue for the position of Sechins with a salary of 4 million rubles. per day, but they don’t know?
        1. Victor N 18 January 2020 17: 36 New
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          Those classmates who did not want to study further after school chose their fate. Alas, not very wealthy. But they do not live in poverty. If you claim that "tens of millions" of beggars, then this is not so. And not everyone expects outside help.
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  • NordUral 18 January 2020 08: 48 New
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    The prospect of remaining in old age without a livelihood actually threatens almost three-quarters of the country's population.

    Why only threatens? This is the real state of affairs for today.
  • Livonetc 18 January 2020 09: 16 New
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    And who will not? After all, he can remove any nobleman from his post, it’s how easily the second person of the state removed.
    Well, if you can’t, then you need to change it to one that can.

    He can do almost anything.
    After all, he is the supreme nobleman.
    But to change the supreme nobleman is the prerogative of the well-established ruling clan of the nobles.
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      Changed the awl to soap.
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  • Million 18 January 2020 09: 37 New
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    I’ll ruin the state. Expensive. Ask Volodya
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      I’ll ruin the state. Expensive. Ask Volodya

      Piecework, flexible schedule
  • pavelpavel 18 January 2020 10: 11 New
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    Poverty is primarily a robbery. Robbery by fellow state employees was legalized by Medvedev by canceling the tariff structure of Ivan the Terrible, UTS. The role of trade unions and the Communist Party of the Russian Federation in the question “What are they silent about?”, About incapacity to work, about the manifestation of AJP and nothing more. And not only robbery. There is no justified salary - there is no justified destination, this is a corruption base! These are flowers. On a statewide scale, Putin, along with the Monsant owners with dumping prices, “filled”, seized the food market, made the pension reform a double criminal nature, destroying the state of health in the pre-retirement age. But the age of retirement was determined by the state of health! The decline in the state of health of the nation along with the sweeping of the territory is part of the ideology of the liberal government. But dumping makes safe food production unprofitable. Vegetables and fruits grown on a personal plot are sold at prices robbing the owner. The banking system works only under the law on the prohibition of living at the expense of consumer and usurious loans. The law is spelled out in all religions, the reason is already obvious - to prevent robbery! The work of the banking system is the distribution of resources for investment, financing and lending with consumer in the proportion of 80:20 %%, and is constantly updated by the president of a sovereign country. About the plundering of natural resources by owners of transnational corporations, and government officials, about the constant taking of property from future generations as a basis of poverty, because profits must be invested. A small egg-like sausage on a dog’s nose, only among Russian entrepreneurs. "What is the richer state richer ..", in a crisis situation the money will go to the purchase of this product from our enemies.
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    The goal of the ruling class is to loot more money and flush to the West

    Since 2015, trends have changed, however. Laughing Off to the West is already less fashionable. They can take everything away and plant it.
  • Keyser soze 18 January 2020 11: 52 New
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    To have a great power, you must have a strong economy and wealthy citizens. Rich and large middle class.

    And for this it is necessary to have conditions for small and medium-sized businesses - legality, encouragement of the state. Let's see Germany - 52% of GDP and 60% of jobs are small and medium-sized businesses. This is the ridge of power - the middle class.
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      Isn’t that Germany whose industrial production has been falling for a year?
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        Isn’t that Germany whose industrial production has been falling for a year?


        No, this is Germany, in which the environment is 67 euros per year. In the 900th year.
        1. IS-80_RVGK2 18 January 2020 15: 16 New
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          And actually what? How will this fact help Germany with further problems in the global economy?
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            How will this fact help Germany with further problems in the global economy?


            Sustainability and innovation in economics will help. But there is a topic for vanging. The question is what will help you with further problems in the global economy? If you can’t achieve growth in good times, then obviously your power is not interested in it. Or can’t. It doesn’t matter - you will get poor until you find good managers who know that the most important thing is the wealth of the population. By the way, this is also valid for us. We have an increase of 3,4-3,9%, and the necessary minimum of about 5%. We will change the election.
            1. IS-80_RVGK2 18 January 2020 23: 54 New
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              Already funny. Looking at your entire European circus with choices. Yes, yes I believe the Bulgarians will succeed. And Bulgaria will be the first economy in the world. laughing
              1. Joe98 9 February 2020 09: 47 New
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                A real circus with "elections" is just the same in erefii, where elections are without a choice !! Where the same Zhiriki, zyugs, Mironov’s 20 years have been creating extras for the Kremlin dwarf moth "Pluche"
                So shut your mouth, puffy wad
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                  What kind of crypto are you so weak-witted from? Uti ways. laughing
            2. Joe98 9 February 2020 09: 47 New
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              Exactly. I would give you 100000 pluses
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      I agree with you!
  • New Year day 18 January 2020 13: 11 New
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    ... only 13,8% of Sberbank NPFs surveyed over the past 10–20 years have put aside funds for old age.

    how to save? First you need to earn money so that there is "something" that needs to be saved. Then what to do with "that"?
    To take it to the bank at 6% with the risk of not getting the money back or turning the rubles into dollars, it is again not known what will happen with the currency exchange.
    Who has nothing to save, that’s easier.
  • 1536 18 January 2020 14: 24 New
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    In fact, the thesis "saving the drowning is the work of the drowning themselves" in Russian conditions is a certain postulate of survival. Learn to swim, gentlemen, or do not go into the water without knowing the ford, and you will succeed. Therefore, the organization of high-paid, but high-tech jobs in industry, agriculture, the rise of science and the organization of education in fact, and not in projects, not in promises, would be a good alternative to social initiatives for issuing money. No, this, of course, is a good thing, but no one will even refuse from 500 rubles, and even more so from 11 thousand or 200, unless, of course, he receives the equivalent in dollars or euros, talking all sorts of rubbish, but after all, money from the air - in the world only individual individuals can do. And most earn them in the sweat of the face or brain. We must not forget about the millions of pensioners who are no longer able to work due to illness or old age, people with disabilities, people with disabilities. They are trying to take care of them, because this is the most unprotected part of society.
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    "The state is such an organization designed to protect the interests of the ruling class." We are simple hard workers, nothing shines. If only they would not accept the new draconian laws in the form of any new taxes, compulsory insurance .... they love this
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      interesting little article, and where does all sorts of military reviews?

      And despite the fact that if such an internal policy continues, then there will be reports not from the Syrian fronts, but from within Russia. More likely later than before, but nonetheless.
  • spectr 18 January 2020 18: 59 New
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    And pensioners will not have enough pensions for a long time. Now wave after wave of retirement is those who went through the 90s and had to ruin their health in order to survive. Now here is a communal apartment + medicines - this is the whole pension. He himself witnessed a conversation between two aunts, as one of them said that because of the price of medicines for one pension, one could not survive.
  • Aleks2000 18 January 2020 21: 29 New
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    As many officials said, there are many unnecessary in Russia.

    That will decrease, and then there will be enough money for retirement. Not everyone is finite, but enough ...
  • fif21 19 January 2020 09: 20 New
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    By increasing pensions and salaries, the Government could stimulate consumer demand and industrial development. Therefore, the people say to the Russian economy - We have no money, but you hold on! wassat And who has the money? At the Government! But why do they need the Russian economy, the US economy is more important to them (where taxpayers spend their money buying papers with mattress presidents) they need state programs and multi-billion dollar projects (it’s easier to steal) And can these parasites be thrown out? Who will vote in the elections for the EP-suicide! hi
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    Eug 19 January 2020 11: 14 New
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    What kind of pension savings in rubles are we talking about? Remember the jumps in the $ exchange rate for 30 years - what is 30 years for pension savings - almost the entire length of service ... and what is the majority of prices for products that are fully (or a considerable part) of them imported? The price tag is in rubles, but at the notorious rate. So how much would savings in rubles depreciate in 30 years? Only as a result of the official policy of the state, I'm not talking about the potential "dissolution" of funds due to abuse of leadership ...
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      So also the growth of these prices, without devaluation of the rate "burns" these savings
  • COJIDAT 20 January 2020 01: 01 New
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    Do not raise your head above the gallows!
  • makdy 20 January 2020 04: 50 New
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    You just need to set the retirement age from 60 years, but without the right to work simultaneously, and the age from which you can receive a pension and work. Those who have already worked out, but do not want to force themselves before 65 and can not - will leave at 60. And who can - let them pull up to 65, and the pension will be much higher.
  • makdy 20 January 2020 04: 56 New
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    A lot of noise about labor productivity. And what is the productivity of all government agencies, and the president in particular? At least a 3-fold lag behind the world - if we determine by the rate of GDP growth. So with poverty we will only part with the current government agencies. And the top authorities in the first place.
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    While at the head of state Putin and company poverty will progress! they think only of themselves! And they need people only for voting. Right now, it was needed to push through amendments to the Constitution that would allow Putin to rule to death.
  • Joe98 9 February 2020 09: 41 New
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    It’s time for Putin to blame why in the trash, and the TRIBUNAL TO NURNBERG or the regions will leave him, sooner or later!
    This Putin's edro fascism has already exhausted the whole country, even Muscovites !!!!
    AND DON'T NEED TO CONFUSE THE LIBERALS WITH MONETARY SCAMERS, ENOUGH TO MARBLE AND DEFECT THE CONCEPTS !!
  • Joe98 9 February 2020 09: 51 New
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    The whole point of the article is that suppose you can start production of high-level smartphones in Russia, or produce Tesla-level cars, but that’s not the problem, the problem is who will buy all this !? The population has no money, there is no economic development. All this is said.

    Yes, you are absolutely right, it is.
  • Joe98 9 February 2020 09: 52 New
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    A lot of noise about labor productivity. And what is the productivity of all government agencies, and the president in particular? At least a 3-fold lag behind the world - if we determine by the rate of GDP growth. So with poverty we will only part with the current government agencies. And the top authorities in the first place.

    That's it. It is these factors in your post that drag the country to the bottom
  • Joe98 9 February 2020 09: 53 New
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    While at the head of state Putin and company poverty will progress! they think only of themselves! And they need people only for voting. Right now, it was needed to push through amendments to the Constitution that would allow Putin to rule to death.

    I agree, how do you put a plus?
  • Joe98 9 February 2020 10: 01 New
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    In fact, revolutions are held in the capitals!

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    The poverty of the regions can move them towards separatism as in 1991-1994. If Tuva gives Moscow 20 times more than receives subventions from the center, then they are already directly asking such a question, “Why do we need Moscow?”.

    I agree! I wrote about this too! But blunt-headed cotton wool is still raving that matskvabad does not take anything, but only gives it to the regions.
  • Joe98 9 February 2020 10: 03 New
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    The decline in the state of health of the nation along with the sweeping of the territory is part of the ideology of the liberal government.

    Stop calling it right liberal in !!!!!! Stop smearing shit on the concept of liberalism. Where have you seen at least one liberal?
  • Alexander Pulkov 11 February 2020 10: 39 New
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    How slippery was POVERTY in the RSFSR, when the POOR was 140 MILLION (now 16 million left), and there were also 3 POOR BEARS (now ZERO)?
  • Alexander Pulkov 11 February 2020 10: 52 New
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    -STATISTICS for 21 years: - 1.inflation of 549% or a rise in prices by 6,5 times .-- 2.Sp.ZP- 1998-760 rubles, 2019-48t.r.-growth by 63 times! - 3 .Sr. P - 1998-397 p., 2019-15,5t.r.-growth of 40 times! - 4.MROT- 1998-84 p., 2020-12130 p. Growth-144 times! - 5 . Growth of shopping sp.k: -P-6 times, -Z / P-10 times, -MICT 22 times! - 6.Costs per year: -for PENS-8,7trl.r., Z / P- 40,8 trillion rubles, the amount is 49,5 trillion rubles, child benefits min. 10 thousand months, maternity capital 453 thousand rubles + 450 tr for a third child and other payments, etc. e. more than HALF of GDP of 3 trillion! —103. BANK ACCOUNTS 7 trillion rubles a year ago was 32 trillion rubles, while POOR 28 (RSFSR 0 million), 3 million poor (RSFSR 16 million .)! - 140.LIVE now 8 years, and in the USSR - 73,5 years, RSFSR 69 years! - 66.-In 9, 2019 million square meters of housing were built in Russia, which is 80,3% more than 6,1, and the population built 2018 thousand residential buildings or 262,5% of the completed housing, more than 45,9 million apartments for 60 million families and already 52% of OWNERS OF HOUSING! - 87. more than 10 million AUTOs, which is 57 times MORE than in the RSFSR! - 7.-11 thousand rubles in Russia is MORE than 40t.d in the USA in QUALITY OF LIFE (Compare US in 4d. months, and in Russia 3600 thousand rubles) - https://vk.com/photo48_352231330 - PRICE GROWTH AND SOVIET EDUCATION - http://zakonvremeni.ru/analytics/456239086-8-/4-rost-tsen ..
  • Vasek trubachev 16 February 2020 12: 01 New
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    If a Russian will ever live better, then definitely not with this president and his colleagues and friends
  • Sergey Artamonov 15 March 2020 01: 40 New
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    Somehow languid, without a twinkle in the comments. It's just time to speak frankly who wants what. For example, I want an empire. I do not need democracy or liberalism. I need a strong authority that monitors laws. And what is the basic law of the emperor’s will, so now it’s different?. Tired of the clowns. I am not pleased that no one answered for not implementing the May decrees. Let Stalin with his fear then, remember that box of matches that he checked under the director of the factory. This is when he turned gray on the second unlit match. Well, they gave democracy, no one is afraid of anything, well, bark (you can’t say otherwise) to your health, but if you want matches to light up, then people need to answer EVERYTHING.