What does Glazyev have to do with it, what does oil have to do with it?

What does Glazyev have to do with it, what does oil have to do with it?

To drag and not let go



In the Russian countryside, in this situation, they can say bluntly: "You either remove the cross or put on your underpants." And Great Russian chauvinism has nothing to do with it, all the more so since one of the authors of these lines, even when he was almost brought into the liberals, remained an internationalist, while the other generally never respected nationalism.

It’s just that when the majority of capable electorates only process things under the chatter and horror stories from all screens and web pages, they don’t ask anything, it usually ends badly. And God forbid us from the Russian revolt, certainly merciless, but hardly senseless anymore. It’s better to vote.

Almost five million Russian security officials and security guards, of course, will always vote in favor, but this is only as long as their frank idleness and monstrous unprofessionalism are well paid. But the electorate and can buck. He rebelled in the capital - he chose the naughty city duma, on which the mayor, however, while frankly spits with his "decrees".

However, and this, it seems, only for the time being. The central apparatus, which continues to make every effort to save its well-being, above all material, does not really care about anyone. The Duma is as obedient as a loyal dog, but at first there was only one decent person among the senators, but now they seem to have heard one more.

However, strangely enough, there were dissidents in the “center”, only at its edge - in the structures of the EAEU (Eurasian Economic Community). Sergei Glazyev, academician, adviser to the president, who has repeatedly held high posts, and now the post of Minister for Integration in the EAEU, even thought to moderate his criticism of whoever you think - the Central Bank itself! And this is in the midst of a brutal pandemic and strict quarantine!

So independent and so highly professional that it is recognized even by the IMF, the World Bank and, most likely, the Federal Reserve. Although what is the matter of global and American bankers to the Russian shtetl office, which does nothing, by and large, is not necessary, except to put signatures on billions of transfers abroad.

You were not mistaken, reader, precisely with translations, but how else to call the notorious investments in “highly liquid and absolutely reliable”, read: foreign, specifically American assets. Our investments with you, citizens, of the money earned by pumping out our Russian mineral resources for the sake of an “uninterrupted sugrev” of European inhabitants.

And what about the Russians, almost half of whom either do not have gas at all in their houses and apartments, or pay extraordinary money for it? The Russians are still not left with the most expensive alcohol for the “Sugrev,” but it will also work for the farmers. What does the Central Bank have to do with it? About two decades ago, Sergey Dorenko (now deceased) liked to ask about this. The Central Bank, of course, has nothing to do with it, because it always has nothing to do with it.

However, as it turned out, not always. Suddenly, as usual, it happened "suddenly." In our main credit institution, “suddenly” they were worried about the excessive media activity of not someone, but an acting official at the federal, even international level.

Scare but not kill


The Central Bank was criticized by Sergey Glazyev - one of the leaders of the Eurasian Commission managing the EAEU. In response, Glazyev still does not seem to have recalled only one thing: the fact that for many years he seriously claimed the position of head of the Bank of Russia. It is characteristic that his candidacy was invariably supported by such bison in banking as Viktor Gerashchenko and Sergey Ignatiev, who themselves headed the Central Bank of the Russian Federation for many years.

And those who headed, one cannot but admit, are quite successful. The first, rightly nicknamed Heracles, as you know, returned to the Bank of Russia as its chairman on September 11, 1998, and managed, or rather, severely dealt with the consequences of default. However, after putting the basic order in the financial sphere, Gerashchenko was dismissed without explanation.

The second, Sergei Ignatiev, was placed on the Central Bank immediately after Heracles as an “intermediate figure”, but he also fell into the fight against the crisis - already in 2008. The struggle was not the most successful, the ruble had to be weakened by almost a quarter, but it was nothing more than a return to realities after default.

Later, Ignatiev was not allowed to answer the sanctions, and the current Madame Chairwoman calmly doubled the ruble in 2014, which was presented to the people as retribution for the Crimea.


Academician S. Yu. Glazyev did not recall any of this to the current leadership of the Bank of Russia. He is worried about the current situation, which threatens Russia, and after it and the entire EAEU, the crisis is abrupt than default and later events. We must not forget that the Eurasian Minister Glazyev is a well-known opponent of economic liberalism (which, by the way, still rules the ball in our government, despite the change of prime minister).

And he didn’t fundamentally touch upon the main provisions of the current and approved monetary policy: in his position, this was not entirely appropriate. The academician speaks and writes about the specifics, decisions of the current moment and it is not by chance that he recalls that even American experts admitted: "Russia will be able to survive the long period when oil will cost $ 40-45 per barrel."

And the Germans have already meticulously calculated that at 15 dollars per barrel of Russia there will be enough accumulated reserves for two years. But this is under the condition that no one will “revive” anything, will not do anything at all - approximately as it is now. Although, after all, construction projects have not been stopped, and they will sow, and enterprises have not stood up.

Here you involuntarily share the alarm with Glazyev, who simply wants to understand why this is necessary at all. Belarus is somehow coping, while other members of the EAEU do not want to join the Russian hysteria. More precisely, not to the Russian, but to the hysteria of the Russian powers that be, starting with the guarantor. But why so many turned out to be those who are committed to the principle of "they scare us, but we are not afraid"? Glazyev, hopefully, of them.

Take and blame? Forget and grind ...


It is difficult to say that someone who has not yet completely lost the ability to think can be reconciled with the course of mercilessly pumping out blood, that is, last money, not only from the economy, but also from the pockets of citizens. Stalin's bonds, which critics of the Soviet system always subject to obstruction because they were “tricked” by almost forcefully, seem like a child’s game compared to current ideas.


In the meantime, from the Bank of Russia, as well as from its former branch - Sberbank, you only hear that you are reprimanded to those who want to "take everything and share." It’s nice, sometimes, to take and blame the broad masses for turning them into millions of ballpoints. And then make a modest proposal on the organization of a certain anti-crisis loan. Who to borrow from? Yes, people and small-medium-sized businesses, which have not yet drowned.

That's when the revenues to the treasury grow - to the envy of the former chief tax official, and now the head of the cabinet! Although why take a steam bath at all, which is easier - introduce penalties for going to the toilet or the kitchen, place security cameras in the apartments, and no loans will be needed. True, then everything will die out very quickly, and there will be no one to fine.

The notorious crisis of overproduction, especially in the oil sector, gives us a unique chance to finally get off the oil needle. That is exactly what Sergey Glazyev is alluding to quite transparently. He is well aware that the Eurasian community has a tremendous advantage over Russia in terms of self-sufficiency and independence of the economy. But this advantage is without the normal economic development of Russia, alas, it costs nothing.

But Glazyev’s criticism of the Central Bank is quite constructive, the authors agree with her at 100. It is hardly necessary to repeat here the provisions of the minister’s report presented last week and devoted to stabilization measures against the backdrop of the coronavirus pandemic. There is no doubt that the main thing that has hooked bankers, headed by Elvira Sakhipzadovna, is the proposal to introduce a currency exchange tax in the countries of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU), including Russia.

We are actually talking about the rejection of foreign exchange transactions in the EAEU and the notorious dedollarization. Not forced, but voluntary, which is precisely what the tax stimulates. The proposal, let's say, is not original: just the same thing was done once by Gerashchenko and Ignatiev. And it helped. But there was also tight currency control, and the return of export earnings, mandatory, by the way.

It seems that from the EAEU and this may be offered in the coming days. Offer simply because they want to live. To live and work.
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  1. Grandfather April 25 2020 05: 48 New
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    while flying by inertia, it’s even scary to think that by fall-winter it will be .... "we will be reset to zero" apparently.
    1. DMB 75 April 25 2020 06: 04 New
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      They will rob again, while condemning understanding and patience.
      1. My address April 25 2020 06: 57 New
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        hi
        And in continuation of your comment:
        All recent statements by the authorities can be replaced by the phrase: “No one will support you during the crisis like no one else”
        1. Stas157 April 25 2020 07: 18 New
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          Some kind of crap is going on! I have one contextual advertising on VO for several days offers a rope (jute rope) ?? And if then the soap begins to offer!

          Glazyev is our economist. We need him instead of Nabiulina, and Katasonova his deputy. But, I'm afraid that such an idea will not be to the taste of those in power!
          1. Zhan April 25 2020 07: 53 New
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            Quote: Stas157
            Some kind of crap is going on! I have one contextual advertising on VO for several days offers a rope (jute rope) ?? And if then the soap begins to offer!

            Glazyev is our economist. We need him instead of Nabiulina, and Katasonova his deputy. But, I'm afraid that such an idea will not be to the taste of those in power!

            hi
            Even if Glazyev and Katasonov agreed, these are decent, educated, intelligent people. Introducing them into this environment of banking jackals without an extensive team of loyal wolfhounds to them would be a big mistake. These from Glazyev and Katasonov would have made scapegoats, not by scientific methods, because they would not have enough intelligence, so much by political intrigues and purchased officials. Here radical measures are needed, stripping from recruited, corrupt and antisocial elements. And then under the protection I will give them the opportunity to work hard and productively, not forgetting the good financing of these people.
            1. Digital error April 25 2020 09: 05 New
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              Quote: Zhan
              corrupt and antisocial elements

              Evil tongues and foreign agents say that additional protective structures appeared around the Kremlin ...
              1. Malyuta April 25 2020 10: 38 New
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                Quote: DigitalError
                Evil tongues and foreign agents say that additional protective structures appeared around the Kremlin ...

                This is from mushroom pickers.
            2. lucul April 25 2020 09: 59 New
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              Here radical measures are needed, stripping from recruited, corrupt and antisocial elements.

              Are there anti-Semitism? )))
            3. Malyuta April 25 2020 10: 40 New
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              Quote: Zhan
              Even if Glazyev

              in 2019 he was an adviser to pvv and what did he advise?
              1. Revival April 25 2020 15: 25 New
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                And kikie from his advice listened, applied?
                None
          2. Svarog April 25 2020 10: 15 New
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            Quote: Stas157
            Glazyev is our economist. We need him instead of Nabiulina, and Katasonova his deputy. But, I'm afraid that such an idea will not be to the taste of those in power!

            From the head you need to change. They won’t give it otherwise, and even if they give it under pressure, it won’t be for long ..
            1. Alexander I April 27 2020 12: 51 New
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              Ok, let's change my head, what kind of replacement do you propose? Everything is cleared, nobody is allowed to stick out (only to their own and to those under control)
          3. alone April 25 2020 12: 26 New
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            Quote: Stas157
            Glazyev is our economist. We need him instead of Nabiulina, and Katasonova his deputy. But, I'm afraid that such an idea will not be to the taste of those in power!

            And what? Think they’ll be given something to do? Such people are a hindrance .. They will start to fight against theft ... And this is not welcomed under the current system .. They have already given the go-ahead to sell gold .. I already remembered Gorbachev’s times .. Then, too, oil fell and started selling gold .. But money from where did gold go, nobody really knows
            As the old joke says: The whole system needs to be changed ...
          4. Aborigen4ik April 27 2020 03: 53 New
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            To begin with, the article of the Constitution on the Central Bank must be changed, and then take on the leadership ...
        2. 210ox April 25 2020 09: 04 New
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          Unfortunately, at the head of our state are open enemies. Even now, do not be shy in the open-shut up Glazyev mouth.
          1. Malibu April 25 2020 09: 11 New
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            Quote: 210ox
            Unfortunately, at the head of our state are open enemies. Even now, do not be shy in the open-shut up Glazyev mouth.

            In the open, all right, but how many hidden and silent, the same Chubais and K quiet and sabotage is engaged in arrogant red beast .. negative
          2. lucul April 25 2020 10: 03 New
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            Unfortunately, at the head of our state are open enemies. Even now, do not be shy in the open-shut up Glazyev mouth.

            Yes, it just shoots a lot of holes .....
            With the right course in economics, we would never be able to weaken the hegemon, and now - please, the indestructible broom of the Western world is scattered into separate twigs ....
            1. Nehist April 25 2020 11: 27 New
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              Respected! Please answer and where is the western world streaming?
              1. Fan-fan April 25 2020 15: 47 New
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                In the inflamed brain of the Kremlin boats, the West is constantly pouring, hourly and every minute, but it just does not crumble.
        3. Ross xnumx April 25 2020 09: 52 New
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          Quote: My address
          hi All recent statements by the authorities can be replaced by the phrase: “No one will support you during the crisis like no one else”

          good I would put it a little differently:
          No one will support you during a crisis better and more reliable than no one ... yes

          Quote: Stas157
          Some kind of crap is going on!

          Quote: Stas157
          Glazyev is our economist.


          Quote: Stas157
          Some kind of crap is going on!

          It's true. Glazyev is your economist. It must be with Nabiullina ...
          Forgive my par dépit, which speaks in me. Long before! Glazyev, Nabiullina, Katasonova and other economists of the coveted liberal market economy and Gaidar's reforms were ... repeat Experience in integrating CMEA countries, where a conditional ruble was used instead of the dollar. There are many analogues of the monetary unit, which would be able to replace the dollar. Naturally, one cannot suddenly take and push the Bretton Woods agreement away, but no one can prohibit dollar spreads in a certain economic community. The world is not required to pay for the use of the products of the American printing house, regardless of who it belongs to.
          It is a completely different matter when those who control the printing press and who really benefit from the use of the dollar in the world — not secured by anything other than a conditional arrangement, the currency — are forced to use the dollar.
          1. Malibu April 25 2020 10: 08 New
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            Quote: ROSS 42
            Experience in integrating CMEA countries, where a conditional ruble was used instead of the dollar. There are many analogues of the monetary unit, which would be able to replace the dollar. Naturally, one cannot suddenly take and push the Bretton Woods agreement away, but no one can prohibit dollar spreads in a certain economic community. The world is not required to pay for the use of the products of the American printing house, regardless of who it belongs to.

            Eh Vasilyevich, as you correctly described everything and especially this photo speaks for itself .. Taught them to lie and dodge to undermine the economy of the USSR-Russia .. And Glazyev there I look at the company .. Then everything is clear! Thank you for the photo and despair .. And then the men began to get confused, who first to raise the forks ..
            1. Malyuta April 25 2020 10: 54 New
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              Quote: ROSS 42
              It's true. Glazyev is your economist. It must be with Nabiullina ...

              Quote: Malibu
              And Glazyev there I look in the company .. Then everything is clear! Thank you for the photo and despair .. And then the men began to get confused, who first to raise the forks ..

              Pitchfork is not our method, only an open, fast and fair people's court.
              Всё чётко и ясно [media=https://www.yapfiles.ru/show/1494781/27f3cc17798e23f47083eaa8040cb98b.mp4.html]
              [media=https://www.yapfiles.ru/show/1494783/f1d89c2362d5f44769b7aa68b108f4db.mp4.html?time=4.5118132]
              1. Malibu April 25 2020 11: 06 New
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                Quote: Malyuta
                Pitchfork is not our method, only an open, fast and fair people's court.

                And to the wall? hi
                1. Malyuta April 25 2020 11: 16 New
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                  Quote: Malibu
                  And to the wall? hi

                  the "wall" is too noble for them, for traitors the rope is supposed to be.
                  1. Malibu April 25 2020 12: 21 New
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                    Quote: Malyuta
                    Quote: Malibu
                    And to the wall? hi

                    the "wall" is too noble for them, for traitors the rope is supposed to be.

                    How pitiful you are wink ..But I still agree with you!
                    Although for starters, you can .. soldier

                    Such are the things in the slaughter department .. hi
          2. Golovan Jack April 25 2020 10: 14 New
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            Quote: ROSS 42
            ... one cannot suddenly take and push the Bretton Woods agreement away ...

            good laughing good to tears... crying

            This agreement began to die in 1968 (two gold markets instead of one, where a troy ounce costs $ 35), and finally died in 1976 (the Jamaican currency system was adopted).

            And so yes - you can’t suddenly take it and throw it awayWell, forgive yes
            1. Ross xnumx April 25 2020 10: 27 New
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              Quote: Golovan Jack
              to tears...

              You just do not cry - the beard comes off ...
              1. Golovan Jack April 25 2020 10: 35 New
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                Quote: ROSS 42
                Quote: Golovan Jack
                to tears...

                You just do not cry - the beard comes off ...

                Stop laughing - stop crying ... it's from laughter, mate good
                1. Malibu April 25 2020 11: 08 New
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                  Quote: Golovan Jack
                  Quote: ROSS 42
                  Quote: Golovan Jack
                  to tears...

                  You just do not cry - the beard comes off ...

                  Stop laughing - stop crying ... it's from laughter, mate good

                  Funny you are watching Roman .. well, well! Have you come to hone your malignancy and humiliate your liberal laughs?
                  1. Golovan Jack April 25 2020 11: 09 New
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                    Quote: Malibu
                    liberal laughs

                    BUKAN, stop waving. Got it already.
                    1. Malibu April 25 2020 12: 13 New
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                      Quote: Golovan Jack
                      Quote: Malibu
                      liberal laughs

                      BUKAN, stop waving. Got it already.

                      Yes, I just started. laughing drinks .
            2. Nehist April 25 2020 11: 34 New
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              Oh my God! Not everything is lost! I always knew that you are a sober person! Stop trolling on the site only. And then you basically only have dives with several people. Write better such comments in essence and you will be respected and not stupid minuses.
              PS When you are engaged in frank trolling, I myself will gladly put down the cons. A clever man, why provoke that?
              1. Golovan Jack April 25 2020 11: 41 New
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                Quote: Nehist
                A clever man, why provoke that?

                Having fun. And then - sometimes the “black trolls” really piss out, of which the last year or two divorced here ... well, just like gophers belay
                1. Nehist April 25 2020 11: 54 New
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                  Stop it, it doesn’t color you as a person. I wrote above that if I see a frank trolling minus. Yes, our opinions are sometimes the opposite, but I always respect sound comments on the topic as above. By the way, your opponents are not so wrong, they just quite emotionally express their point of view.
                  Where emotions prevail over the mind and this cocktail is difficult to understand, be indulgent.
                  PS Yes, I am also an opponent of the current government, somewhere even a radical, but life has taught me to soberly assess circumstances. Regards to you! Although we have an opposite opinion on many issues. Smart people will always find a compromise. Stop trolling it does not paint you. IMHO
                  1. Golovan Jack April 25 2020 12: 07 New
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                    Quote: Nehist
                    Stop trolling it does not paint you. IMHO

                    Thank you for your kind words, I will think about this topic at my leisure.
                    1. Nehist April 25 2020 12: 08 New
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                      Plus sign from me. hi
                    2. Malibu April 25 2020 12: 12 New
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                      Quote: Golovan Jack
                      Quote: Nehist
                      Stop trolling it does not paint you. IMHO

                      Thank you for your kind words, I will think about this topic at my leisure.

                      Think jack feline, otherwise you’ve already split up .. Has your whiskey taken too much or what's more interesting? laughing
                      Bored? Go to the censor. No, there you quickly pluck feathers crowd))))
          3. Svarog April 25 2020 10: 19 New
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            The photo is really indicative.
        4. GriggoT April 26 2020 21: 05 New
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          starving?
      2. Digital error April 25 2020 09: 01 New
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        about understanding

        Yes. Recently, I heard this pearl from him again - work on errors by speechwriters has not been carried out.
      3. aybolyt678 April 25 2020 09: 03 New
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        there will be regular monologues in the form of answers to questions .. only no one will ask the questioners - are you satisfied? do you understand
      4. TuM0305 April 25 2020 10: 30 New
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        Specifically, what do you propose to do except write comments? How to resist, where to gather until the collapse has come?
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          1. strannik1985 April 25 2020 18: 22 New
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            There is only one true and effective

            Interestingly, after a bunch of color revolutions, including the on / on 404, at least someone believes in this nonsense ???
            1. Alexander Mosin April 25 2020 21: 21 New
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              What nonsense? For you, the desire of the people to choose an adequate power for themselves and not tolerate a corrupt authoritarian regime is rubbish? The alternative is bloody civil wars, or the corrupt kingdom of thief forever.
              1. strannik1985 April 26 2020 07: 05 New
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                What nonsense?

                Tell the Libyans, instead of the tyrant Gaddafi, they have gangs of democrats, slave markets and civil war, along with the Syrians, Egyptians and Khokhlov laughing
                1. Alexander Mosin April 26 2020 21: 03 New
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                  So Gaddafi brought to rapture. Here, of course, they love idiotic tales about telling about the wonderful life in Libya and the popular love for the Dictator. So tell the Libyans that it was they who lived so happily and suddenly decided to arrange a civil war?)) In addition to Libya, there are other examples, Guzia, Tunisia, East Germany, Poland, there are plenty of positive examples. But I understand here the work of some, because they are trying for zeroed out and are ready to carry any nonsense to the masses, if only they would pay. Right now, a people without money, millions of beggars, when they bring to the hands of people that they will buck up and go on strike. Why do you think Putin brought the National Guard to himself and keeps the Kadyrovites in Moscow? Gaddafi in this case, in Tripolis, ordered just to shoot the demonstration, then the cadres flew around the whole world, the Americans, the State Department advised him to shoot the demonstrators? And you see, people with free thinking and a sense of their own dignity a priori cannot have the support of some kings who run the state as their personal shed and people as cattle, living in fabulous wealth, and people like that. People with serfdom, servile consciousness apparently do not understand this.
                  1. strannik1985 April 27 2020 05: 48 New
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                    So Gaddafi and led to rebellion.

                    Subsidies for a family member are $ 1000, for a newborn $ 7000, unemployment benefits $ 730, a lump sum mat for starting a business $ 20, education, medicine for free, rent and electricity are absent wink
                    So the tyrant of Gaddafi oppressed the poor Libyans laughing
                    And the driving force behind the coup was groups of extremists, among which the largest were the Muslim Brotherhood, with the support of NATO countries, the EU and the Arab League.
                    Bgggg, compare Gaddafi with Buteflika. He sent his opposition to the desert on an excursion, they still walk, I liked it probably. The terrorists took the oil town hostage, the regular army freed it with tanks and attack helicopters, and put a bunch of hostages. At least someone from the "free world" was indignant? wink
                    1. Alexander Mosin April 28 2020 03: 43 New
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                      Quote: strannik1985
                      Family member subsidies $ 1000

                      Without the participation of the people, such an uprising is impossible! And the people will not get into the bullets due to the fact that some Muslim brothers (actually Muslim brothers in Egypt) said something, despite all these fabulous subsidies. Maybe he paid some security officials and staff to the apparatus, but hardly the majority. When a revolution or uprising takes place, always when the people no longer want to endure the authoritarian king and his methods of government. No one in prosperous countries will even think about rebellion and you won’t persuade him with anything. So all of these Gaddafi, Mubaraks, Assads are primarily responsible for the rebellion and civil war.



                      Quote: strannik1985
                      The terrorists took the oil town hostage, the regular army freed it with tanks and attack helicopters, and put a bunch of hostages. At least someone from the "free world" was indignant?

                      Some strange comparison, it is not clear what you want to tell me? Are you talking about a situation similar to Beslan?
      5. Paul Siebert April 26 2020 08: 45 New
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        Dedollarization, of course, is a good and necessary thing.
        But in my opinion - for us it is not of paramount importance.
        The author in the article touched upon another problem - the collapse of oil prices and the actual cessation of our export of oil to the West.
        Catastrophe?
        I think not.
        In America, oil export from the country has been banned for decades. Not because they created a strategic reserve in case of war.
        They developed their petrochemical industry.
        Plants for the production of plastic and plastics were built. polyethylene, other polymers.
        Millions of people got jobs. Oil was developed in the domestic market, and did not burn out in the engines of overseas machines.
        The return was received by the economy, and not by a unit of particularly wealthy citizens.
        Why not do it with us?
        Doesn’t fit into the modern Russian economy? When do excess returns on resource exports settle neatly in the pockets of oligarchs?
        It's time to change the attitude.
        The bony in the crown stands at the threshold.
    2. blackice April 25 2020 07: 03 New
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      The plan of the red-headed owner of the Russian silicone valley in action.
      Now those who are sitting at home will turn their wallets clean. Then those who lost their jobs and did not find a new one will quietly go to another world through some method (drunkards, drugs, or gopniks in the gateway will accept, and again, any of the diseases). The result is by the fall, fewer pensioners, fewer before pensioners, and, as a result, fewer worries for the state.
      Redhead will announce that this gray mass has been digested by the market, so that everything is within the margin of error for the next breakthrough.
      The next re-election of the sun and the next - Everything goes according to plan.
      1. depressant April 25 2020 08: 16 New
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        Zhan colleague!
        In your opinion, let's do nothing. Let's protect the cute, intelligent Glazyev and Katasonov from the bestial Nabiullins. By eliminating the cute ones from the decision field. And then they’ll eat the cute ones! Understand, the times when you can be a sweet and intelligent expert in your field without getting stuck in anything have passed. It's time to show your teeth. Let Glazyev and Katasonov get involved in the battle through Putin's decision. Or acting as independent fighters if Putin drifts. Lose? Not scary! Benefit will definitely be. At least in the form of diminishing the appetites of the offshore fraternity. Moreover, anti-offshore measures of the West, which are already gaining strength, are to help.
        1. Ingvar 72 April 25 2020 08: 28 New
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          Quote: depressant
          Let's protect the cute, intelligent Glazyev and Katasonov from the bestial Nabiullins.

          It’s not about that, Lyudmila Yakovlevna. Putting Glazyev at the head of the Central Bank, he needs to give carte blanche on personnel issues and decision-making. Only in this case he will be able to solve something, going beyond the existing system. Otherwise, as Chan put it, from any saint they will make a scapegoat. hi
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            It’s not about that, Lyudmila Yakovlevna. Putting Glazyev at the head of the Central Bank, he needs to give carte blanche on personnel issues and decision-making. Only in this case he will be able to solve something, going beyond the existing system.

            I agree with you! But this is a very dangerous matter, I remember in the 90s the head of the Central Bank was soaked and did not find a customer ...
            And the Primakov government, which literally stopped the complete collapse of financial Russia, taking emergency measures to stop the robbery of Russia ..
            Glazyev is certainly not a panacea, but I think so many in Russia .. It is necessary to take emergency measures otherwise, it will start again ..
            Quote: depressant
            Let Glazyev and Katasonov get involved in the battle through Putin's decision. Or acting as independent fighters if Putin drifts. Lose? Not scary! Benefit will definitely be.

            Thank you Lyudmila, you are Russian women. We are sometimes superior in courage. love . In this critical situation, "Maybe it will carry .." It’s time to act .. hi
            1. depressant April 25 2020 10: 41 New
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              Thank you, colleagues, for your understanding and support. I think so. Putin, of course, will not go to strengthen Belousov. After all, this will also mean the political elevation of the Deputy Prime Minister, he will become a bone in the throat of an unbearable competition, jealous of the president’s alien political glory. So what remains for us to do? To demand from Glazyev and Katasonov a massive speech on popular resources with their ideas that are likely to be in demand, will receive a positive response and widespread support on the Internet. And not only. The unrest in the Caucasus and virtual rallies, barely gaining strength, should receive a distinct support, an economic tool in asserting their rights when talking with the authorities. But what can people say? Give me money! And there is no money! - the authority answers. You're lying! shouts the people. - There is money! Yes, not about your honor! - the government answers, and then, having come to some confusion from the prospect of rebellion, he reluctantly adds: okay, we’ll hand it out ... Pressure on the authorities allows us to bargain and get something. The trouble is that not all receive it and far from the promised volume. 12 130? No matter how! There are a lot of conditions that reduce the receipt to 1400 rubles.
              This one-handed Nabiullina gives direction. And the other immediately liberalizes the withdrawal of capital to offshore - so much so that already the customs officers howled. For what they planted last year, this year they are obliged to stroke the head, gently chide and only sometimes fine. These are the things that Glazyev and Katasonov should say, commenting on every step of our economic authorities every day in an accessible language that people understand, using simple examples to explain complex economic concepts. And then gradually support will begin to take shape, the protests will make sense.
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                Quote: depressant
                The trouble is that not all receive it and far from the promised volume. 12 130? No matter how! There are a lot of conditions that reduce the receipt to 1400 rubles.
                This one-handed Nabiullina gives direction. And the other immediately liberalizes the withdrawal of capital to offshore - so much so that already the customs officers howled. For what they planted last year, this year they are obliged to stroke the head, gently chide and only sometimes fine. These are the things that Glazyev and Katasonov should say, commenting on every step of our economic authorities every day in an accessible language that people understand, using simple examples to explain complex economic concepts. And then gradually support will begin to take shape, the protests will make sense.

                How have you not been banned for such bold statements?
                Well, here you still need to understand ... hi
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              The first time I hear .. This is someone soaked then? Enlighten please ..
          2. sniperino April 25 2020 10: 00 New
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            Quote: Ingvar 72
            as Chan put it, they will make a scapegoat out of any saint
            It's like making Monsieur Jean, about
        2. Zhan April 25 2020 08: 41 New
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          hi Have a nice one you too.
          In your opinion, let's do nothing. Let's protect the cute, intelligent Glazyev and Katasonov from the bestial Nabiullins.

          I didn’t quite mean it. You perfectly remember the old saying: “There are many good people, but bad people are better organized,” in view of the absolute absence of the latter, moral values ​​and not scrupulous in means when achieving the goal. I mentioned that Katasonov and Glazyev, not from this cohort of people, need to clear the road, they are excellent specialists, but not fighters in the undercover games of politicians. And at the moment, people are required who already know the whole political elite well in order to protect these people and provide them with the opportunity to work without being involved in political evasions.
          Putin is drifting. Lose? Not scary! Benefit will definitely be. At least in the form of diminishing the appetites of the offshore fraternity. Moreover, anti-offshore measures of the West, which are already gaining strength, are to help.

          Nobody had any benefit from losing. And the loss of death now is like ... and millions of lives are at stake.
          1. depressant April 25 2020 09: 28 New
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            There is a force capable of protecting Glazyev and Katasonov. This is a former assistant to the president, and now vice-premier Andrei Belousov. Putin introduced him to the government to control Mishustin's “digital” outbursts and the entire financial bloc. Mishustin, possessing an unimaginable conceit, eliminated Belousov from control of Siluanov, the faithful slander of Nabiullina. And now bankers are offering a loan from the population. Freezing deposits amounting to 30 trillion rubles - I don’t want to swim in free money! This is approximately 200 thousand rubles for each citizen. It is clear that this money actually belongs to small and mainly medium-sized businesses. The taking of this money from people who provide jobs for the majority of the population will destroy the country. Why are they trying to take this money away? To ensure the uninterrupted implementation of national projects, giving salaries to few builders and the ability to fill the pockets of a few oligarchs. Putin must understand that in times of unprecedentedly deafening and prolonged global crisis, Wishlist either need to be set aside, or carried out by shaking and shrinking the oligarchic and banking sectors. Belousov is a tough person. And if Mishustin pushed him aside, then only by Putin’s consent. So that Belousov also understood his place in the hierarchy. So, this is not the time to measure causality. If Putin regains power in the government to Belousov, then it can be assumed that Glazyev and Katasonov will find protection in his person. Since all three characters are people of the same ideological blood. If this does not happen, then the bankers will clearly show themselves as outspoken enemies of the state, and Putin as their patron. Time to choose. Time to ask, "Who are you with, Mr. Putin?"
            1. Gardamir April 25 2020 10: 07 New
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              Time to ask, "Who are you with, Mr. Putin?
              He has answered this question so many times. Suffice it to recall the enchanting "give away." The people then could not even think that for the head of state, the people are not their own.
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              The answer to this question has already been given clearly and clearly.
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              Putin is a typical Gauleiter of the occupation authorities. Or the International Secret Government ... Who you like. And no Belousov will correct the policy of the occupation authorities in relation to the Russian people (total annihilation). Only soften ...
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          Quote: depressant
          Lose? Not scary!

          This is not scary for you. And someone can invite them to billiards, and after a game under the table from Glazyev’s side, a basket will suddenly show up with two million “labeled” ...
        4. MstislavHrabr April 25 2020 09: 41 New
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          Lyudmila Yakovlevna. Glazyev and Katasonov are managers, scientists, honest, decent people - but not heroes who are ready to rush into the embrasure ... Yes, and rushing into the embrasure you need to know that your comrades are following you ... "Speaking as independent fighters" is like death ... Will Belousov cover them with a question? And do they need such cover?
        5. Ross xnumx April 25 2020 10: 10 New
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          Quote: depressant
          In your opinion, let's do nothing. Let's protect the cute, intelligent Glazyev and Katasonov from the bestial Nabiullins. By eliminating the cute ones from the decision field. And then they’ll eat the cute ones! Understand, the times when you can be a sweet and intelligent expert in your field without getting stuck in anything have passed. It's time to show your teeth.

          good
          In confirmation, I can take a little fun:
          And Glazyev’s criticism of the Central Bank is quite constructive, the authors agree with her 100

          And criticism of the Communist Party towards Putin-is quite constructive ...
          MAYBE US SUCH "CRITICANS" AND "SPEAKING HEADS" ENOUGH? belay
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          ... if Putin drifts.

          As long as the country has an armed regime in support of the regime (Rosguard), while the people “get together on forums and websites”, while the “PUBLIC VOICE” broadcasts in a whisper of Bezrukov, creak of Mashkov, Esaul’s cry of Gazmanov and other “creators”, until someone spits on the face of the “nullifiers” and no one will throw a tomato on the white shirt-front of the liable official will drift. These are not people who are afraid of "show-offs." They are their creators.
          1. depressant April 25 2020 11: 24 New
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            So what do you suggest, colleague? The police, meanwhile, are already empowered to open cars and apartments of citizens who are not terrorists and other criminals. Well, let's limit ourselves to listing the crimes of power against our people - otherwise they themselves do not know about them! And when the riot begins, it turns out that an extra bunch of laws have been adopted quietly, allowing you to shoot at people, massively twist those who disagree with the subsequent award of long sentences by angry judges. This is instead of a constructive conversation with the authorities.
            Example.
            Power: a citizen has the right to walk along the street only with a pass. Otherwise, it restricts the rights and freedoms of other citizens.
            Internet: how does a person without a pass restrict the rights and freedoms of other citizens?
            The coronavirus is already forgotten, resting aside. Skipping, monitoring every step of the citizen comes to the fore. The virus has come and will go, the pass will remain.
      2. oligofren32 April 25 2020 09: 42 New
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        in the 90s, we somehow survived those Soviet / Russian men on tweeters and facebooks who didn’t cry about it and didn’t write about how they eat up the last x # r without salt or the “chicken ridge”, worked where they paid and thus found a way to feed their family. You stayed at home for a month or two and already had tears in three streams: puten give me my million, over there in the west he’s giving out the state million, etc. No one promised socialism to you, and it would be time already in the fourth, or better, already in the third decade, to start to think for yourself and plan the financial future of your family, and to receive state handouts in the form of subsidies, benefits, etc., as a bonus. Yes, and the global trend of excess and universal consumption in the context of their family, would also be worth rethinking. Yes, it’s difficult, I know, but that’s what distinguishes a Man from a big age infantile.
    3. Pravodel April 25 2020 08: 57 New
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      The big article is just the whole basement, but it makes no sense. Verbiage is one thing: Glazyev is VO !, and everyone else is BUT .... They teach the scribbler the beauty at the journal faculty: to speak a lot and say nothing in essence. What is Ciceronnen ... He lived a long time, and all is not true. Here, he surpassed everyone, including Cicero. Well, keep it up .... Now get ready to speak in the Duma or in the European Parliament. There you will find application to your verbiage.
      1. depressant April 25 2020 11: 31 New
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        The truth! People are looking for a leader. At least from media persons. At least someone who is able to defend their interests. Looking for something similar, discuss. The article is an occasion.
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      "zero" apparently

      do not generalize smile
    5. smart ass April 25 2020 09: 58 New
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      One gets the impression that this is the final and soon there will be serious changes, the summer will last and then the winter ...
  2. Far B April 25 2020 05: 51 New
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    Glazyev’s proposal is correct - thanks to this measure (one of), Malaysia was the first of the “Asian tigers” to emerge from the Asian financial crisis at the turn of the century. True, then the Malay Prime Minister was also quickly dismissed, as was Primakov with us. Well, and the current appeal of the Central Bank to "shut up" Glazyev (why is it through the Ministry of Industry and Trade? Better through Sportloto, they’ve got used to everyone from the time of Vysotsky) - Putin’s pure freedom of speech. Here Peskov carries a snowstorm with his mustache - another thing. He’s his own.
    1. saigon April 25 2020 08: 09 New
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      Gentlemen and comrades, I am a techie and therefore I am used to clear and understandable rules.
      Looking at our economists and not ours, I also have a strong feeling - economics is not a science!
      In geometry, there are theorems that need to be proved and axioms that are undeniable truth, in metal management everything is clear too, the laws of those mechanics are not subject to change depending on the political moment, but economics is not a field plowed for the flight of thought and various theories.
      It’s not clear to me why banks and resource swayers abroad are our priority.
      Why the hell is a vegetable a bunch of banks that there is no way to get along with three or four large and stable ones (lolashki about market competition is completely stupid)
      When it comes to the heads of decision-makers, the main industry, agriculture, science, education and now the need for medicine has arisen (and it has been optimized before)
      As long as there are five silos of militia in the country (an army is needed and a powerful one) there will be no sense, healthy men should not guard, keep and not let go, but work in production.
      1. Altona April 25 2020 09: 12 New
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        Quote: saigon
        Looking at our economists and not ours, I also have a strong feeling - economics is not a science!

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        In the current situation, it’s definitely not science, but politics. We select from these, we give them. And without any explanation. This is due, this is not laid. Naturally, such an “economy” will not last long.
      2. Digital error April 25 2020 09: 13 New
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        Quote: saigon
        healthy men should not guard, keep and not let go, but work at the factory

        This is in the presence of trust between "representatives elected by the people" and the people themselves. We have a different case.
      3. Sergey Samkov April 25 2020 09: 21 New
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        At least you google - how many banks are not in the European Union, but only in Germany !!! 750! Apart from all kinds of small credit organizations .... The point here is not the number, but the capabilities of banks and strict regulation of their external activities ..
        1. saigon April 26 2020 06: 41 New
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          You want to say that Germany is a role model for us in the banking sector?
          Not sure - quantity is not synonymous with quality.
          Well, we have enough small credit sharags and that from this to someone other than the owners of sharag ray.
          What we call economics is anything but economics, but some kind of distortion on economic topics
          1. rruvim April 26 2020 16: 31 New
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            Germany can be a role model in the banking sector!
            On June 5, 1939, the Reichsbank Act was passed, which renamed the central bank of the Reich into the German Reichsbank and placed it directly under the authority of the “Führer and Reich Chancellor” Adolf Hitler.
            Since then, the Reichsbank credit policy has changed. He ceased to be independent of the German government and the interest rate was determined directly by the Reich Chancellor. The second industrialization of Germany began after 1933, when the council (board of directors) of the Reichsbank, specifically influential Jewish bankers, was abolished.
            1. saigon April 27 2020 08: 07 New
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              The novel is a very slippery example, with Nazi Germany, however, it confirms the banks must submit to the interests of the state.
              At least many people don’t like the Reich example.
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        Saigon, totally agree. The liberal economy is not a science, but a scam.
    2. depressant April 25 2020 11: 38 New
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      Peskov ... Assuming a herbivore in us, Peskov put on a badge "from a coronavirus" - remember? This indicated the government’s intention to manipulate us according to the methodology of Alan Chumak in order to drive us to the stall. And then the people raised their heads through the bars. But it didn’t even enter his own head, thereby exposing the contents of the heads of power - sawdust!
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        Oh, how ... if I understood you correctly, all these self-isolation epidemics are invented only and specifically in order to

        Quote: depressant
        ... to manipulate us according to the method of Alan Chumak in order to drive us to the stall

        ? This is a question, if that yes
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          I think that meant the moronic Peskov badge.
  3. Pessimist22 April 25 2020 05: 51 New
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    Clearly, the dollar will go up.
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      And gasoline ...
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      Clearly, the dollar will go up.

      While the ruble is being held, preliminary dropping to 75, and selling at a billion dollars a week. But, it is clear that they will not be held back for a long time. But what will happen next? 90s?
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        While the ruble is being held, preliminary dropping to 75, and selling at a billion dollars a week. But, it is clear that they will not be held back for a long time. But what will happen next? 90s?

        We’ll start shaking further than our oligarchs and other swindlers. Now the point is, the borders are closed and they will not go anywhere .. And Mishustin, a former tax official and info, owns who and how is taking capital out and who has how much .. Waiting for a team!
        1. Deniska999 April 25 2020 07: 58 New
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          No, deposits are more likely to be frozen and bonds will be exchanged with an obligation to return someday.
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        2. Sergey Gavrilov April 25 2020 08: 10 New
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          The oligarchs have their own planes and their own border ...
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            The oligarchs have their own planes and their own border ...

            How is Berezovsky ..? bully
        3. Altona April 25 2020 09: 13 New
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          And Mishustin is a former tax and info owner

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          Yes, yes, and "crystal clear" to the same. The system pushes up the most dirty so that there is mutual responsibility.
      2. DEDPIHTO April 25 2020 08: 13 New
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        Yes, it’s probably foolish to expect that the Central Bank will ruin the entire dollar coin for supporting the ruble, which has remained for only six months of such injections, at the current price of oil, at which there are practically no foreign exchange earnings. So the bottom of the bottom of the ruble is yet to come. But formally the power of social. fulfill obligations, impoverished wrappers.
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          formally the power of social. fulfill obligations

          Do not fulfill. You can’t build “National Projects” on candy wrappers, and this is the same breakthrough (social obligations) promised in exchange for raising the retirement age and VAT.
          1. DEDPIHTO April 25 2020 09: 23 New
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            Oh yes, national projects, but who now recalls them upstairs? Now they are not up to the projections, they would save their heads. Think about why right now the security forces are expanding their powers up to shooting to kill for crunching a plastic cup. hi
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              Who remembers them upstairs now?

              they were not originally intended to be implemented, since between the May decrees of 2018 and the plan for implementation, a year out of six was set aside for implementation. 1/6 of the time on a plan is cool.
              Quote: DEPHIHTO
              down to kill

              They want to crank out a lot of things under the guise of a coronavirus. For example, EFIR - have you heard? And in general, I think, they may soon announce to us that the dictatorship is the most acceptable "state system" hi
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                we may soon be announced that the dictatorship is the most acceptable "state system"

                Not only.
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                  Elementary.
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                And in general, I think, they may soon announce to us that the dictatorship is the most acceptable "state system"

                I have strong nerves and sometimes at work I listen to “Time will tell”, “Meeting place” and similar freak shows .., so for years now there’s not, no such thought is imposed. But in fact, when people in power have the only and most important goal to maintain power, sliding into a dictatorship is inevitable.
  4. depressant April 25 2020 06: 04 New
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    Glazyev - for state planning, as in the USSR. There was planning, there was development. No planning - the main thing ... no, not the market - the Central Bank, which puts Russia in colonial dependence on the IMF and the US Federal Reserve. The Central Bank is a tool for pumping out resources from our country, vitality from the population in favor of the West. Glazyev - for the responsibility of the government to the country, and not to the Central Bank. The era of the coronavirus revealed all the cards, broke the scenery, exposing the indecent subordination of the supreme power of Russia to the Central Bank, which means the West. Glazyev - against the Central Bank. He is a patriot. Hence the hatred of Glazyev on the part of bankers in general and Nabiullina in particular.
    1. Dmitry from Voronezh April 25 2020 06: 34 New
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      Planning is good and right. At the same time, for it to work efficiently, you need state control over most of the financial flows, control over the Central Bank. Then the country will have the means to implement the tasks set in the planning. Without this, economic management is impossible.
      1. depressant April 25 2020 07: 01 New
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        Glazyev was supposed to control the Central Bank. He was a contender for the role of his head. But Putin "equidistant" Academician Glazyev under pressure not so much from the West as from his "friends", eager to not just keep currency in Western offshore, but also actively invest in the economies of foreign and even hostile countries. What would Glazyev actively prevent, contributing to the investment of money in Russia. The Central Bank has such tools! Following the “friends”, coveted the location of the Western “partners” and his own political courage, Putin replaced Glazyev with the accountant Nabiullina, who was pleasing to the West and “friends”, who opened wide the doors to the flight of capital from Russia. But since Glazyev is still a significant political figure (the Minister for Integration and Macroeconomics of the Eurasian Economic Commission - ECE), that is, a system politician whose services the president can resort to at any time, in the terrible conditions of the economic crisis, disguised as a coronavirus, Nabiullina became nervous and made an official denunciation of Glazyev, demanding to shut his mouth. This is generally a circus! So much for liberalism! Some of the liberals will now remember the 37th?
        1. Dmitry from Voronezh April 25 2020 07: 31 New
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          It is evidently not in vain in the West that Nabiullina is praised, even as it was recognized as the best Head of the Central Bank. Once praised, then everything is doing right from the point of view of non-partners.
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          Nabiullina became nervous and made an official denunciation of Glazyev, demanding to shut his mouth.

          there is an opinion that for this: "In his report on overcoming crisis in the EAEU, he (Glazyev) proposed the introduction of the so-called Tobin Tax on foreign exchange transactions." https://norg-norg.livejournal.com/642813.html
        3. flicker April 26 2020 22: 38 New
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          Nabiullina became nervous and made an official denunciation of Glazyev
          A memo is called, not an official denunciation.
          Another question is why is she made public?
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          It cannot be ruled out that both the Glazyev report itself and the “memo” and its publication are links in one chain.
          At least so many tensed.
    2. Servisinzhener April 25 2020 08: 20 New
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      Glazyev - for state planning, as in the USSR
      As far as I read his speeches, he is for a combination of planned and market economies. It depends on which type of activity which one will be more effective. And not for creating a second Gosplan regulating everything from the amount of cast iron needed to pies in a roadside eatery.
      1. Ingvar 72 April 25 2020 08: 30 New
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        Quote: Servisinzhener
        he is for a combination of planned and market economies.

        Yes, it's called an integrated economy. Chinese version. hi
      2. tatra April 25 2020 09: 36 New
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        There is no market economy in the world, and what is called a market economy has shown its monstrous inefficiency compared to the planned one, especially during the constantly recurring economic crises of capitalism.
    3. tihonmarine April 25 2020 08: 23 New
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      Quote: depressant
      Glazyev - against the Central Bank. He is a patriot. Hence the hatred of Glazyev on the part of bankers in general and Nabiullina in particular.

      I’m interested in the Chairman of the Central Bank Nabiullina. From the beginning of her activity from 1991 to 2012, she, like a dragonfly, jumped from place to place 16 times (i.e. 16 posts), and this is over 21 years old, and at the same time she managed to study at Yale. Although all the ranks were not "frail".
      And here is what her classmate and liberal Sergey Aleksashenko, head of the HSE Development Center, says about her
      Scholarship holder Karl Marx, who loved Marxist-Leninist political economy, who firmly believed in the ideals of communism, is one of the first students to be admitted to our party - In general, an exemplary Soviet man. I think she never intended to pursue such a public career. Now, of course, the views have changed: he looks at life soberly, understands how it works.
      That's all the paradoxes of personality development. At first, the ideals of communism were above all, and even accepted at the institute in the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, and it was equally easily taken over as liberals, taking the path of opponents of Marxism, but the defenders of capitalism were generally told by the old people - today with the “Reds”, tomorrow with the “Whites”, the day after tomorrow with the "anarchists".
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        Quote: tihonmarine
        jumped from place to place 16 times (i.e. 16 posts) and this is for 21 years

        Check out the biography of former Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Dmitry Ovsyannikov. Negative personnel selection, I suppose.
        1. tihonmarine April 25 2020 09: 27 New
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          Negative personnel selection, I suppose.

          Now it is very close. There is nothing to be surprised at, nepotism, illiteracy, dullness. Dumb and illiterate are easy to command.
      2. MstislavHrabr April 25 2020 09: 53 New
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        Well, she's just an executive, systemic person. The question is only whose orders are fulfilled by Nabiullina, and which system serves ... The position "both ours and yours" - today may not work ...
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        At first, the ideals of communism were above all, and even accepted into the CPSU at the institute, and it was equally easy to go over to the liberals, taking the path of the opponents of Marxism, but the defenders of capitalism were generally told by the old - today with the “Reds”, tomorrow with the “Whites”, the day after tomorrow with the "anarchists".

        There are all shifters. And for such people, the main thing is not an idea, not a result. One thing is important to them - money. And what personally amazes me is that for several generations it has provided itself, it would seem, work for people, bring benefits, and if you can’t get away with dignity .. But no, they’ll suck to the last drop of blood ..
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          And what personally amazes me is that for several generations it has provided itself, it would seem, work for people, bring benefits, and if you can’t get away with dignity .. But no, they’ll suck to the last drop of blood ..

          While a person is in the System, he is protected, but as soon as he comes out of it, everyone starts biting him from all sides and very often his own.
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            Quote: Alf
            Quote: Svarog
            And what personally amazes me is that for several generations it has provided itself, it would seem, work for people, bring benefits, and if you can’t get away with dignity .. But no, they’ll suck to the last drop of blood ..

            While a person is in the System, he is protected, but as soon as he comes out of it, everyone starts biting him from all sides and very often his own.

            Yes there is such a thing .. I agree .. BUT any system can be changed and add add-ons .. there would be a desire.
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              Quote: Svarog
              BUT any system can be changed and add add-ons .. there would be a desire.

              Vladimir, you are not quite right. It makes no sense to add add-ons, since the very basis of the system remains untouched. The little bear flew out, Mishustin sat on his chair. Has the system changed?
              1. Svarog April 25 2020 17: 55 New
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                Quote: Alf
                Quote: Svarog
                BUT any system can be changed and add add-ons .. there would be a desire.

                Vladimir, you are not quite right. It makes no sense to add add-ons, since the very basis of the system remains untouched. The little bear flew out, Mishustin sat on his chair. Has the system changed?

                Of course not. Medved, Mishustin .. everything is in the system and plays the role that has been prepared. Only a guarantor can change the system .. but everything suits him ..
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                  Only a guarantor can change the system ..

                  The guarantor is the System. The system can nominate to a leading (but not managing) position only one of its ranks and only one who will support this system.
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                    Quote: Alf
                    Quote: Svarog
                    Only a guarantor can change the system ..

                    The guarantor is the System. The system can nominate to a leading (but not managing) position only one of its ranks and only one who will support this system.

                    Any system has a manager, otherwise there is no system. We can say that this is a guarantor, we can assume that he is only a puppet or a talking head, but there is a true leader and he must firstly be the head of state, and secondly, really head the system. Well, actually be the creator of this system. If this is not so and when it is not, then everything is bad and everything is rotten and everything needs to be changed. It is unacceptable for the tail to twist the dog .. unless of course I correctly understood your idea. hi
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                      but there is a true leader and he must first be the head of state,

                      No way. Until recently, it was like that — all victories from Putin, all failures — from bad Medvedev. And the real leaders of the System and its creators are always in the shadows.
                      Quote: Svarog
                      then everything is bad and everything is rotten and everything needs to be changed.

                      It's time.
                      Quote: Svarog
                      It is not permissible for the tail to twist the owner ..

                      Pay attention to the US political system. There, the president is not the master of the country, but only the interim manager. You can draw such an analogy. The President is the captain of the ship, he was appointed to manage the ship by the owners of the board. The captain is given the end point of the route, he is free to take a little left-right, but he is obliged to bring the trough exactly to the point that the ship owners assigned him.
                      In Russia, the same management system.
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                        In Russia, the same management system.

                        Maybe. Even sooner, I agree with you. And with high probability this is so. But this is not easier for us. In any case, it is necessary to change the system and it does not matter who is behind it, it is important that it does not work ..
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                        In any case, it is necessary to change the system and it does not matter who is behind it, it is important that it does not work ..

                        No arguing against this.
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                  Cat rats cannot grow.
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                    Cat rats cannot grow.

                    good
  5. Altona April 25 2020 09: 59 New
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    Glazyev - for state planning, as in the USSR.

    ---------------------------
    Lyudmila Yakovlevna, the whole charm is that we have neither a market, nor a state. There are oligopolies with a wild monopoly of prices for everything where they rule their close ones. There would be a market, there would be competition, prices would fall. There would be a state, there would be employment, there would be more powerful social support in the form of housing, education and medicine. But we have it as it is.
  • Dmitry from Voronezh April 25 2020 06: 05 New
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    The most important thing is to stop or at least reduce the outflow of capital abroad. For 20 years, money has been steadily withdrawing from the country, and in the upper echelons of power, they are surprised at small economic growth. The country makes money exporting oil, gas, metals, food, etc. Once more, once less, but we cannot say that we are very poor, but most of this money is deposited in the accounts of oligarchs and “effective managers” and is withdrawn to offshore. Money is simply not invested in the national economy. GDP growth should be stimulated by something: either internal or external investments or loans in the foreign market, and when the money leaves the country, the economy stagnates.
    1. Far B April 25 2020 06: 27 New
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      20 years steadily withdraw money from the country
      Yes, far from 20 years. At least one and a half times longer.
      GDP growth should be stimulated by something
      The stimulator must certainly be the direct stimulus in its original sense (lat. Stimulus - A sharp metal tip on the pole used to drive a buffalo (a bull pulled into a wagon). And this stimulus should be in the hands of the authorities, who feel responsible for the country, and not for their pockets. But external investment is, in fact, the same subsequent withdrawal of capital abroad, however, in the current state of affairs, external investments are not very different from external ones.
      1. Malibu April 25 2020 07: 56 New
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        Yes, far from 20 years. At least one and a half times longer.

        It was just like that, even with the hunchback that currency began to be pumped out of the country, as the Titovs, Khodorkovsky and other “businessmen” know well ... Read their memoirs, their hair will stir and teeth will be brushed off with anger and resentment, as they robbed a great country of the USSR!
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          I generally demand a criminal investigation into the activities of Nabiullina. How it is? Nabiullina sanitizes one bank after another, its representatives delve into the papers of each of the banks for months, physically present at their premises, and bankers at that time transfer citizens' savings to bucks, shove someone else's good in their offshore pockets and flee abroad. Did the inspectors of Nabiullina go blind? Deaf, buried in paper? Didn’t see what was happening under their nose? Can I assume that blindness and deafness are a good bribe? Including - personally Nabiullina?
          Yes, I did not stand with a candle. But, given the realities of our capitalism, which has decayed right at the root, I can assume this. And now, to cover the Central Bank’s “punctures” from the National Welfare Fund in the amount of supposedly 700 billion rubles, the Russian government will buy Sberbank from the Central Bank. This is already a song!
      2. depressant April 25 2020 12: 00 New
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        The Code of Administrative Offenses, article 15.25, provides for liability for violation of currency legislation in a whole range of cases.
        So, from April 1, 2020, instead of fines - warnings. That has greatly facilitated for almost 25 days the export of currency earned by the illegal export of our resources, all sorts of frauds, has facilitated the illegal withdrawal of capital. Scoundrels do this on an industrial scale! And now - a free corridor.
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    3. Uncle lee April 25 2020 07: 04 New
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      stop or at least reduce capital outflows

      1. Malibu April 25 2020 07: 58 New
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        The correct picture that explains the entire financial system of the State Bank of Russia .. Where is the money Zin?
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        And the Central Bank’s ransom of Sberra is there a form of payment to the West?
    4. tihonmarine April 25 2020 07: 54 New
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      Quote: Dmitry from Voronezh
      The most important thing is to stop or at least reduce the outflow of capital abroad.

      At this time and in this situation, this will not happen.
    5. Digital error April 25 2020 12: 30 New
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      in the upper echelons of power are surprised at small economic growth

      they’re not surprised there, they’re “targeting inflation”, there’s no time to be distracted by rubbish
  • Operator April 25 2020 07: 04 New
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    I did not understand from the article "associate professors with candidates", but what exactly did the professor suggest and why is this good? laughing

    And from which side is Glazyev the "Minister for Integration in the EAEU"?

    PS At the RAS, the former adviser Glazyev is the chairman of the unscientific "Council on the complex problems of Eurasian economic integration, modernization, competitiveness and sustainable development."
    1. Mordvin 3 April 25 2020 07: 32 New
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      And from which side is Glazyev the "Minister for Integration in the EAEU"?

      He was an adviser to Putin in the 90s
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        The key word "was" (by the way, confusing the post of adviser with the minister for candidate of economics is not comme il faut).
        1. Digital error April 25 2020 12: 36 New
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          The keyword was

          Keyword - "Putin" smile
          Glazyev, Ulyukaev, Chubais and Shokhin did an internship in Austria under the program of the US State Department - I can’t assess the truth, but even the photo in the article is https://imperialcommiss.livejournal.com/1724149.html
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            So it’s for sure - they passed (I’ve already posted the photo of their gop company at the "continuing education courses" under the US program in Austria, it is also in the comments to this article).

            But Glazyev, apparently, developed an allergy to liberal methods laughing
    2. depressant April 25 2020 07: 34 New
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      Glazyev’s position is called differently. But is that the point? I understand where you are driving. And I will bow it like that.
      Putin has a very cunning domestic policy, manipulating the population. Here, for example, his "self-isolation", which instantly distorted me: for whom does he take me? If he said that everyone is affected by coronavirus, especially politicians with their huge number of contacts, and the country cannot be left without control, if he, Putin, gets sick, and therefore he, Putin, goes into isolation, but thanks to modern means of communication I don’t let go of the control thread - I would understand it and approve such a decision. But taking me for the mentally retarded, Putin plays a performance with a visit to Kommunarka, which gives a kind of natural reason for his self-isolation. And then I’ll scream, “I removed myself at a dangerous moment for the country!” And so in everything. Including in relation to Glazyev and Nabiullina. When it was necessary to throw show-offs, to please "friends" and the West, Nabiullina. When a really bad moment comes, and it comes, if the terrible history of oil lasts, Glazyev will be pulled out of the sleeve. That is, Putin has no clear domestic policy. Galley without rudder and sails. Where the curve will endure.
    3. Nyrobsky April 25 2020 07: 49 New
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      Quote: Operator
      I did not understand from the article "associate professors with candidates", but what exactly did the professor suggest and why is this good?

      Maybe not exactly, but something like this ..... He suggested that something like that should be taxed for speculators who like to play currency exchange swings (rubles / dollars) which can give up to 30 billion a year, and the ingenious speculators heard this and choked on morning coffee and began to demand to shut up Glazyev, since he had bitten a holy thing and was so offended that the caviar did not go into his throat.
      1. Operator April 25 2020 07: 59 New
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        Maybe so, or maybe not.

        But I had in mind something else - where can I read the relevant opinion of the authors of the article?
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          https://www.youtube-nocookie.com/embed/TCDElKSUwXI?rel=0
    4. Digital error April 25 2020 09: 21 New
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      sustainable development

      The development of what - foreign production? This phrase scares where it is necessary and not necessary. So, there is a certain paradigm.
    5. Sergej1972 April 25 2020 09: 32 New
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      He takes this post. Go to the website of the Eurasian Commission. There are several ministers.
      1. Operator April 25 2020 09: 52 New
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        The Eurasian Economic Commission is a permanent body of the Eurasian Economic Union of the Russian Federation, Kazakhstan and Belarus. The commission is headed by a panel of the chairman and members, one of which is Glazyev.
        1. Sergej1972 April 25 2020 09: 58 New
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          Just went to the site. Members of the board are officially referred to as "members of the board (ministers)."
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            Let there be a "Minister of Collegium" laughing
  • Chaldon48 April 25 2020 07: 13 New
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    Central Bank, our sacred cow?
    1. Ros 56 April 25 2020 07: 51 New
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      It's time for this cow to give horns. And make milking for domestic consumption. fellow
      1. Digital error April 25 2020 12: 48 New
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        And make milking

        That the cow ate less and gave more milk - it is necessary to feed less and to milk more yes The Federal Tax Service seems to have adopted this slogan ...
    2. tihonmarine April 25 2020 07: 51 New
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      Central Bank, our sacred cow?

      Most likely a "strange cow".
  • alekSASHKA-36 April 25 2020 07: 16 New
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    [quote] The Russians are still not left with the most expensive alcohol for “sugreva,” and quote and moonshine will fit / quote] ,. And you can collect deadwood.
    1. Chaldon48 April 25 2020 12: 14 New
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      Sun, air, and water are our best friends!
  • Mordvin 3 April 25 2020 07: 29 New
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    We have the same erysipelas was the boss. I expressed to her in full. I was fired then ...
  • rocket757 April 25 2020 07: 50 New
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    To offer, simply to move, key and not very, figures of MANAGERS .... maybe not a complete waste of time!?!?!? just will not change anything in the FINAL ACCOUNT!
    Because those who rule everything in this state ..... a comprador, both scientifically and simply ........ pi pi pi.
    Our Tail controls the Dog! This is both sad and DANGEROUS!
  • tihonmarine April 25 2020 07: 50 New
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    Gerashchenko
    rightly nicknamed Hercules, as you know, he returned to the Bank of Russia as its chairman on September 11, 1998, and managed, or rather, severely dealt with the consequences of default. However, after putting the basic order in the financial sphere, Gerashchenko was dismissed without explanation.
    Heracles are not needed by the IMF and the global financial system. Therefore, they are removed.
  • Andrey Mikhaylov April 25 2020 07: 53 New
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    In 2004, he voted for Glazyev, then no comment.
  • samarin1969 April 25 2020 08: 01 New
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    Very clear article. True, an unusual "ruffy" style. Probably the "mouth of the grudge of the day."

    There are no questions with criticism. Lighted up.
    [quote Although what matters to the world and American bankers to the Russian small town office, which by and large does not need to do anything, except to put signatures on billions of dollars in transfers abroad.] [/ quote] is very realistic.

    Commentators reproach that there are few proposals from Mr. Glazyev himself. I saw two.
    1) "But on condition that no one will" revive "anything, will not do anything at all - approximately as it is now ..." - a hint of the development of domestic production.
    2) Hard currency control.

    Currency control - an effective measure, successfully used in the Russian Federation and Ukraine. Even taking into account loopholes, I kept a good course. Administrative measures restrained the appetites of export-import speculators. Critical imports were missed, and all sorts of "consulting services" were slowed down.

    Mr. Glazyev since KRO has been trumpeting for "domestic production." Commendable! But protectionism is indispensable here. If you do not accept the AntiVTO policy, nothing will work! Well, "suddenly patriots" will take the funds "from the capsule" and create production with a very high level of localization. Under the conditions of the WTO, KamAZ and VAZ will lose to all kinds of Hyunday and KIA. And the Russian Samsung will remain technologically dependent Samsung. Money will be wasted - plants will be unprofitable.

    Political will is needed for currency control and the domestic market! .. Otherwise, we’ll continue for four decades to wait for the mythical “investor”. Since Gaidar’s times, the authorities have been frightening: “hush, hush” - this will not appeal to “investors” ... Therefore, as long as the “princes of silence” are in power, it’s pointless to even offer something.
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      Therefore, while the "princes of silence" are in power, it is pointless to even offer something.
      I agree.
  • Fedorov April 25 2020 08: 08 New
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    I read komenty and article and came to the conclusion that it is banal - there are no such Leaders as Stalin and Beria, and at least Andropov.
    The GDP seems to be normal, but the environment does not allow him to “fully deploy”, and he is to the same extent dependent on different forces to some extent. Therefore, we have what we have.
    1. NordUral April 25 2020 08: 54 New
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      I read komenty and article and came to the banal conclusion - there are no such Leaders as Stalin and Beria,

      I agree, but only to the point.
    2. Digital error April 25 2020 09: 22 New
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      there are no such Leaders as Stalin and Beria, and at least Andropov.

      and will not be until the supplier of management personnel is the "Kiriyenko School"
    3. tatra April 25 2020 09: 42 New
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      Again, tales about the "good Tsar" Putin and the "bad boyars." Like the enemies of the communists after the capture of Russia, “to do with” everything that they had, and “nothing to do” with responsibility for the capture of Russia and for everything that they did to Russia and its people, so Putin’s admirers “what "to all the good that happens in his reign, and" nothing to do "to all the bad.
    4. Leshy1975 April 25 2020 09: 45 New
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      Quote: Fedorov
      I read komenty and article and came to the conclusion that it is banal - there are no such Leaders as Stalin and Beria, and at least Andropov.
      The GDP seems to be normal, but the environment does not allow him to “fully deploy”, and he is to the same extent dependent on different forces to some extent. Therefore, we have what we have.

      Do not be offended. But it’s real, it’s already enough to read this nonsense, that someone doesn’t allow GDP to do something. All give him and help and do. Only in the interests of a narrow group. But the population, and they wanted to spit on us, we are only the source of their income, following natural resources, nothing more. And the attitude towards us is the same - to pump more from us.
      How much can you already hover in the clouds, about the good king, who simply does not know. Not a kindergarten, in fact.
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        How much can you already hover in the clouds, about the good king, who simply does not know. Not a kindergarten, in fact.

        Well, why .. many are still naive, like children .. and someone for the money .. hi
    5. rocket757 April 25 2020 10: 24 New
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      GDP is a product, part of the SYSTEM that rules the country. There is nothing further to discuss, we ourselves can look at the results.
      We put the scales and see what will outweigh?
  • Sergey Gavrilov April 25 2020 08: 13 New
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    Central Bank liberals are trying to shut up Glazyev’s mouth. But what about democracy, freedom of speech, tolerance, etc. How dare they swipe at the “core values” of Western liberalism?
    1. Malibu April 25 2020 08: 31 New
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      How dare they swipe at the “core values” of Western liberalism?

      As if Glazyev was not imprisoned at all, for such impudence))))
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        As if Glazyev was not imprisoned at all, for such impudence))))

        Landing is not so bad. As if in the fall they didn’t "remove" his opponents are capable of such a thing ...
  • nikolaj1703 April 25 2020 08: 18 New
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    Let's see what will happen to the petrodollar at the end of 2020. Now the real losses of the United States amount to 15 trillion - the volume of depreciation of securities, job cuts, bankruptcies and so on. At the same time, the US Federal Reserve does not give money to everyone, but only to "approximate" and the government. This will lead to the devaluation of the dollar. Oil has become a common commodity.
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      15 trillion - the value of depreciation of securities

      Well, they still print them. And we will again place NWF funds in "high-quality foreign assets", for the sake of "future generations."
  • Golovan Jack April 25 2020 08: 27 New
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    Blood, sweat, sand and girl's tears.

    I translate: "naughty Moscow City Duma", the unprofessionalism of the security forces and security guards (and the army are the security forces, or where? There is also a "lack of professionalism?"), Glazyev criticized the Central Bank (without any specifics. Well, except for the duty officer, "get off the needle"), " at 15 dollars per barrel of Russia, there will be enough accumulated reserves for two years "(I’m riding a horse. $ 15 per barrel is not enough, Brent is now $ 21,58, and two years is lots of... not everyone will survive), "with a course on the merciless pumping of blood, that is, last money, not only from the economy, but also from the pockets of citizens" (mdya) - all in one bottle. Hell, I tell you, a mixture belay

    But this one especially delivered:

    which is simpler - introduce penalties for going to the toilet or the kitchen, place security cameras in the apartments, and no loans will be needed

    Also, the cow virus was dragged here. Fuck, do not get up.

    In short - deep and comprehensive analysis marvelous sketch for morning warm-up on the site. Clicks are provided.

    (aside): I wonder if I’ll collect a hundred minuses, or will I fail again? what
    1. Mordvin 3 April 25 2020 08: 39 New
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      Russia will have enough accumulated reserves for two years "(neighing a horse. $ 15 per barrel - it’s not enough, Brent is now $ 21,58, and two years is a lot ... not everyone will survive),"

      Roman Batkovich Are you not drunk by accident?
      1. Golovan Jack April 25 2020 08: 46 New
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        Roman Batkovich Are you not drunk by accident?

        I don’t drink, I don’t crawl out of health. What is wrong in your quote?
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          Quote: Golovan Jack
          What is wrong in your quote?
          Reply

          All wrong . Wow, I'm drunk on the board
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            Quote: mordvin xnumx
            All wrong

            (dreamily): specifics would winked

            Quote: mordvin xnumx
            Wow, I'm drunk on the board

            And this is already in the morning ... although - I understand, probably. My condolences, Vladimir, believe me - sincerely sad
  • Malibu April 25 2020 08: 28 New
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    We are actually talking about the rejection of foreign exchange transactions in the EAEU and the notorious dedollarization. Not forced, but voluntary

    M. Gadaffi, I remember something he wanted to do, but did not have time .... hi
    1. Mordvin 3 April 25 2020 09: 22 New
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      Quote: Malibu
      We are actually talking about the rejection of foreign exchange transactions in the EAEU and the notorious dedollarization. Not forced, but voluntary

      M. Gadaffi, I remember something he wanted to do, but did not have time .... hi

      Vital, Premier Taba
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        Vital, Premier Taba

        Taki yes ... laughing drinksClearly have I disguised myself? wassat
    2. PSih2097 April 25 2020 13: 51 New
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      M. Gadaffi, I remember something he wanted to do, but did not have time ....

      Gaddafi wanted to introduce a gold dinar (or the gold standard) for interstate settlements, which the United States and Co. did not like.
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        Quote: PSih2097
        Quote: Malibu
        M. Gadaffi, I remember something he wanted to do, but did not have time ....

        Gaddafi wanted to introduce a gold dinar (or the gold standard) for interstate settlements, which the United States and Co. did not like.

        And Kadfie was dunked ... The same Sarkozy (France), who took a hundred million to his election campaign .. First ordered the bombing of Libya, and then the United States with a smile joined .. That's the beat !!! There you have it, “democracy” in all its glory .. Well now they’re bothered to act like that. The Russians entered the game again !!! soldier
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    In the meantime, from the Bank of Russia, as well as from its former branch - Sberbank, you only hear that you are reluctant to "take everything and share." It’s nice, sometimes, to take and blame the broad masses for turning into millions ball. And then make a modest proposal on the organization of a certain anti-crisis loan. Who to borrow from? Yes, people and small-medium-sized businesses, which have not yet drowned.

    That's when the revenues to the treasury grow - to the envy of the former chief tax official, and now the head of the cabinet! Although why bother with it at all, which is easier - introduce penalties for going to the toilet or the kitchen, place security cameras in the apartments, no loans will be needed. True, then everything will die out very quickly, and there will be no one to fine.
    Well, a worthy lexicon of Doctor of Economics Further and read I do not consider it necessary.
  • GRIGORIY76 April 25 2020 08: 47 New
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    But Mishustin, a former tax specialist and info, owns who and how is taking out capital abroad and who has so much .. Waiting for a team!

    You need to shake him.
  • NordUral April 25 2020 08: 51 New
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    If a people withdraws from the struggle for a fair social structure of the country and the state, then the corporation of thieves offers them to isolate themselves and be silent in a rag.
    Isolate not the cause, but the effect.
  • Sotskiy April 25 2020 09: 01 New
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    The notorious crisis of overproduction, primarily in the oil sector, gives us a unique chance to finally get off the oil needle.

    And how is the hope of the raw material economy of the Russian Federation - building a millennium, "North Stream 2"? Something is not heard reports of breakthrough achievements. They write that one single pipelayer and that one went somewhere to the south. Breshet, is it true that we are diversifying into other cut projects?
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      Quote: Sovetskiy
      ... the only pipe layer and that one went somewhere to the south. Breshet ...

      Verily. Breshet. Here it is, darling:



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        [quote = Golovan Jack] [quote = Sovetskiy] ... the only pipe layer and he went somewhere to the south. Breshet ... [/ quote]
        Verily. Breshet. Here it is, darling:



        Decipher the final destination of the darling: GB ABD?
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          Quote: Sovetskiy
          Decipher the final destination of the darling: GB ABD?

          1. Sotskiy April 25 2020 09: 30 New
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            Yes, with the yugas on the net, they have gone wrong. lol In Aberdeen, he rushed for pipes, and whether so, he’ll stock up with products for the further transition? Do not know?
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              Quote: Sovetskiy
              Yes, with the yugas on the net

              don't lie!
              The pipelayer goes along the most intricate and longest route possible. On February 10, the ship left the port of Nakhodka and headed for Singapore. But, before reaching Singapore, Chersky changed course and went to the port of the capital of Sri Lanka Colombo.
              But did not arrive. Chersky changed his mind and changed course again and headed for the Egyptian port of Suez. However, then “Chersky” again “changed his mind” and went to the Strait of Mozambique.
              Then "Chersky" headed for the Canaries, but passing them, appointed the port of Egypt, the port of arrival, Egypt.
              "According to MarineTraffic and Myshiptracking portals that track ship movements, a ship changed the intermediate port of destination from Egyptian Port Said in Scottish Aberdeen. " request
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                Quote: Silvestr
                don't lie!

                Lies, lies ...

                Quote: Sovetskiy
                They write that a single pipelayer and that one went somewhere to the south

                "Write" = "bresh" in this case.

                Quote: Silvestr
                The pipelayer goes the most intricate and longest route possible

                Curved road closer (s). Agree that now it is much closer to the goal than, say, a month ago.

                And why he walks like this - neither you nor I know for certain. Only you all the time, ahem, pedal, but I do not. That’s the whole difference between us. Doctor yes
                1. New Year day April 25 2020 11: 09 New
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                  Quote: Golovan Jack
                  That’s the whole difference between us.
                  the difference is that you hate your opponent - you can remember your opus because of which they flew into the ban! "I hate you!" - your words. And find something like that from me.
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                    Quote: Silvestr
                    can you remember your opus because of which the ban flew! "I hate you!" - your words

                    (dreamily): a reference would be ... I go here for a minute, there is no time to look ... I have porridge cooked there, on the Internet, at work request

                    Quote: Silvestr
                    you hate your opponent

                    As for you and the other Stasiks, you are all deeply indifferent to me. But, when you substitute - I will cling, sorry.

                    With "Chersky" you specifically framed, now we are turning around. Have a good exercise yes
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                      Quote: Golovan Jack
                      As for you and the other Stasiks, you are all deeply indifferent to me.

                      And how much you are indifferent to all! We sat for a month in a bathhouse in peace and silence. You have one srach. Go in peace
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                Quote: Silvestr
                The pipelayer goes along the most intricate and longest route possible.

                Everything is simple, the Argentinean "cement" ends, and the tasks must be solved "large and complex", treat this with understanding. wassat
              3. Sotskiy April 25 2020 11: 33 New
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                Quote: Silvestr
                The pipelayer goes along the most intricate and longest route possible.

                Thanks for the details. hi I read about this about the movement of Chersky to the south.
  • Alexander S. April 25 2020 09: 08 New
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    Why is this article in the analytics section and not opinion? I didn’t see the analysts here.
    1. vargo April 25 2020 11: 29 New
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      I was looking for at least one mention of the style of the article. It is simply impossible to read, this is not a description of the situation, but a complete shock! Solid phrases causing emotions in the reader from scratch. The purpose of the article is not to provoke indignation with a logical narrative, but to make the reader hate something simply because of the narrative and the stinging manner of speech. I agree to all 100% here is not analytics, but purely personal emotional opinion of the author.
  • ximkim April 25 2020 09: 11 New
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    Not entirely lost, but nevertheless. The trouble of replenishment is not solved .. Oil oil oil
    [/ quote] The notorious crisis of overproduction, primarily in the oil sector, gives us a unique chance to finally get off the oil needle.
    In Russia, there are seven large oil companies that generate income. You do not have to wait for a crisis in the oil sector for a unique chance. Companies prefer to keep their income offshore rather than investing or investing in projects (if they exist, of course) in the country in which they get and make a profit (if they remember this of course, it’s not a sin to reproach)
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    There is no doubt that the main thing that hooked bankers, headed by Elvira Sakhipzadovna, is the proposal to introduce a tax on currency exchange in the countries of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU), including Russia.
    request They can’t agree among themselves, but things are apparently doing poorly ..
  • Million April 25 2020 09: 27 New
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    This Putin does not know, otherwise he would have asked them all! ...
  • awdrgy April 25 2020 09: 47 New
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    Who are they hoping for ??? They themselves are we ourselves. Since the 90s it was clear to us that they drove it into our heads for more than 10 years. Someone grabbed a piece of the pie in the zeros and were happy as a child (now we’ll heal)? Especially the business is small (they’ve given a coronavirus tomorrow or some other top-notch invented-taken away) So there’s nothing to discuss here from these economists and other “heroes” "The news is neither cold nor hot. We must think for ourselves what to do, what would the family have
  • Terenin April 25 2020 10: 06 New
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    What does Glazyev have to do with it, what does oil have to do with it?
    then, "where does the Military Review?" request with these eye, chubais, nabiullins ...
    Although the whole
    A. Ivanov, Doctor of Economics, Professor ...
    about the main contingent of HE, expressed "deep scientific thought"
    Almost five million Russian security officials and security guards, of course, will always vote “for”, but this is only so long as their frank idleness and monstrous unprofessionalism are well paid
    contrasting us with some other electorate.
    And right there, some, at the hymns from behind the "hillock," shout: "Stop sitting. It's time to act ..." am .
    Well, go and act, let's see how much imagination is enough to wave “arguments” in front of “loafers” in the square yes
    1. Nikolai Grek April 25 2020 17: 24 New
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      Quote: Terenin
      then, "where does the Military Review?" with these eye, chubais, nabiullins ...

      local screamers make excuses, they say, the army is politics !!! wassat lol
      1. Mordvin 3 April 25 2020 17: 25 New
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        Quote: Nikolai Grek
        army is politics !!!

        And what is wrong?
        1. Nikolai Grek April 25 2020 17: 30 New
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          Quote: mordvin xnumx
          Quote: Nikolai Grek
          army is politics !!!

          And what is wrong?

          not so ... all the more so in the case of ... they would be called a political review (not forgetting to mention that they drown for the "Communists"), where among the political articles they would insert military topics, and there would be no questions !!! request wassat
          1. Mordvin 3 April 25 2020 17: 36 New
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            all the more so in the case of ... would be called a political review (

            I have never been political.
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              Quote: mordvin xnumx
              Quote: Nikolai Grek
              all the more so in the case of ... would be called a political review (

              I have never been political.

              what I did not write about you in this case !!! wassat
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                Quote: Nikolai Grek
                Quote: mordvin xnumx
                Quote: Nikolai Grek
                all the more so in the case of ... would be called a political review (

                I have never been political.

                what I did not write about you in this case !!! wassat

                Thank you. I rode a Greek across the river, sees a Greek in the river crayfish ...
      2. Terenin April 25 2020 22: 33 New
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        Quote: Nikolai Grek
        Quote: Terenin
        then, "where does the Military Review?" with these eye, chubais, nabiullins ...

        local screamers make excuses, they say, the army is politics !!! wassat lol

        How do they know winked that if the army is politics, then this is not the army
        1. Nikolai Grek April 25 2020 22: 39 New
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          Quote: Terenin
          Quote: Nikolai Grek
          Quote: Terenin
          then, "where does the Military Review?" with these eye, chubais, nabiullins ...

          local screamers make excuses, they say, the army is politics !!! wassat lol

          How do they know winked that if the army is politics, then this is not the army

          Well they in any area eksperty !!! wink laughing wide-profile masters in narrow circles !!! wassat lol
  • Razvedka_Boem April 25 2020 10: 27 New
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    How many times, and in VO too, articles appeared with the message - "Everything is gone" ..
    In a couple of months, everything will be clear.
    1. New Year day April 25 2020 10: 49 New
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      In a couple of months, everything will be clear.

      What do you mean?
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      In a couple of months, everything will be clear.
      And so every couple.
  • New Year day April 25 2020 10: 49 New
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    And the Germans have already pedantically calculated that at 15 dollars per barrel of Russia, enough accumulated reserves for two years will suffice.

    this is in case this money IS! Who can rely on them that they haven’t been plundered like the money of a pension fund?
    And then, as a rule, the government supports its co-religionists, it doesn’t care about the deep people
  • wellaut April 25 2020 10: 49 New
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    Only this was immediately remembered when I read the article - “The circle of these revolutionaries is narrow. They are terribly far from the people. But they woke Herzen, and Herzen began the revolution ”From the article“ In Memory of Herzen ”(1912) by V. I. Lenin (1870-1924) -
  • rotkiv04 April 25 2020 10: 58 New
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    This is a voice into the void, it is unclear why they believe that the new head of government is an independent official, the guarantor directs everyone, and he is the same Eltsin only sober, which is even worse, because he makes all decisions in adequate condition
  • kolchinab April 25 2020 11: 15 New
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    Some kind of stream of consciousness
  • cniza April 25 2020 12: 51 New
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    Who to borrow from? Yes, people and small-medium-sized businesses, which have not yet drowned.


    Where did you see him, but the people will be robbed ...
  • demo April 25 2020 13: 03 New
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    The notorious crisis of overproduction, primarily in the oil sector, gives us a unique chance to finally get off the oil needle.

    If you take a meaningful approach to understanding the term "get off the oil needle", then you need to keep in mind the following.
    It is necessary to gradually replace “potent drugs” with less “potent ones”.
    This is in theory.
    In practice, everything looks much more complicated and worse.
    In nature, just those intermediates that could relieve asthenic syndrome may simply be absent.
    And further. Those who yesterday offered us potent drugs will also not be idle.
    This is an allegorical version.

    In fact, everything looks even darker.
    The restructuring of the economy from one type / type to another type / type is a very serious and extremely painful process.
    And to pass it is not given to everyone.
    It requires the will of the leader, a strong and united team, awareness of responsibility for the country and people, strategic goals and tactics, and a host of other, equally important attributes.
    Well, who in the Kremlin meets these criteria?
    To get off the "oil needle" is a simple matter.
    Ceased to extract oil, and all.
    But what will eat all those who sat on Olympus, forever and ever?
    We will somehow feed ourselves.
    But they are used to the fact that we must feed them.
    This is the hassle.
  • Junior Private April 25 2020 13: 31 New
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    Quote: saigon
    I am a techie and so I’m used to clear and understandable rules.
    Looking at our economists and not ours, I also have a strong feeling - economics is not a science!

    In principle, economics can and should be considered only in conjunction with other sciences. In the modern world, the economy can be easily equated with all sorts of astrology and other palmistry. Well, as a techie techie, I understand your justified annoyance at the lack of any logic in the current market virtuality. It's like living every day with a new multiplication table. And this is what an entire army of so-called economists is doing, I still cannot understand. However, like psychologists, and managers, and others like them.
    Quote: saigon

    In geometry, there are theorems that need to be proved and axioms that are undeniable truth, in metal management everything is clear too, the laws of those mechanics are not subject to change depending on the political moment, but economics is not a field plowed for the flight of thought and various theories.

    No need to try to find common sense in stock-bond rates and the cost of polymers common sense. He is minimal there.
  • 16112014nk April 25 2020 14: 01 New
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    Bashkirka is afraid that Glazyev would not accidentally reveal her plans, for example, on monetary reform. Talk about this was back in 2019.
  • kriten April 25 2020 14: 44 New
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    Russia needs to be patient. The US residency cannot yet select a replacement for the Central Bank, with the same potential for wrecking our economy. And who is listening to Glazyev? He is not the agent of the owners ...
  • fif21 April 25 2020 16: 09 New
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    Mattresses want to reset their debt to China. belay And our "effective managers" are buying US debt. request They bred the Guidenhenes on their own head. And one more question. Why can the state of the Russian Federation have reserves in gold, but not the citizens of the Russian Federation? Where is he the golden ruble? Virtual deposits in gold do not interest people; there is no faith in bankers. Jewelry gold is a complete profanity. hi
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      Quote: fif21
      Why can the state of the Russian Federation have reserves in gold, but not the citizens of the Russian Federation?

      Why? Here you are:



      Quote: fif21
      Where is he the golden ruble?

      Absolute stupidity, this "golden ruble". That is, in short yes
      1. fif21 April 25 2020 16: 40 New
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        Absolute stupidity, this "golden ruble". That is, in short

        And will I have this piece of yellow metal in the store? wassat Yes, the bank will “run into it” twice, the first time I will buy, and the second when I will need fiat money. And if
        in short, it is disadvantageous to the state of t. to black cash. ! And yet, it’s more profitable to fool people with pieces of paper painted by presidents and cities tongue As well as bitcoins, and other virtual heresy. hi
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          And will I have this piece of yellow metal in the store?

          No. But you wanted gold - here is gold for you. Rises in price - get rich, cheaper - you're in flight. Game with request

          Quote: fif21
          Yes, the bank will “run into it” twice, the first time I will buy, and the second when I will need fiat money

          This is what you said correctly. What do you want? wink

          Quote: fif21
          and another virtual heresy

          Chet, you knead the broth densely, I don’t stick anymore, sorry. Okay, you asked - I answered, and we’ll finish, perhaps hi
          1. Nikolai Grek April 25 2020 17: 27 New
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            Chet, you knead the broth densely, I don’t stick anymore, sorry.

            he simply assumed that there would be essentially no answer !! and in the end, porridge is issued in response !!! wink in your case - broth !!! lol
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            Okay, you asked - I answered, and we’ll finish, perhaps

            Thanks for answering ! Good luck. hi
  • Dmitriyag April 25 2020 16: 36 New
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    These people are not stupid at all. Without coordination and miscalculations of all the options, they won’t open their mouths. Moreover, they depend on someone (positions, material well-being, business of relatives, etc.) This is a multi-way, trial balloon.
  • flicker April 25 2020 16: 58 New
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    The best in this article is:
    author: ... Doctor of Economics, Professor


    For everything else is about nothing.

    The main thing that has hooked bankers, headed by Elvira Sakhipzadovna, is the proposal to introduce a tax on currency exchange in the countries of the Eurasian Economic Union (EAEU), including Russia.

    We are actually talking about the rejection of foreign exchange transactions in the EAEU and the notorious dedollarization. Not compulsory, but voluntary, which is precisely what the tax stimulates.

    People do not seem to understand what Glazyev was talking about request
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    Almost five million Russian security officials and security guards, of course, will always vote in favor, but this is only as long as their frank idleness and monstrous unprofessionalism are well paid.

    Firstly, the "siloviki and security guards" whom the authors accused of "monstrous unprofessionalism" at some borders of our Motherland quite successfully defend it, that is, ours and the authors, including security. Therefore, you can, of course, make allowances for the emotionality of these "doctors" of some sciences there, but you can doubt their professional suitability. For unprovenly dousing some structures of power with mud, the authors mixed sovereign people with commercial structures that have different goals and objectives, as well as the success of their decisions. Obviously in the creative heat, they did not see these differences.
    Sergei Glazyev, academician, presidential adviser, who has repeatedly held high posts, and now the post of Minister for Integration in the EAEU, even thought to moderate his criticism of whoever you think - the Central Bank itself! And this is in the midst of a brutal pandemic and strict quarantine!

    And who is this Sergey Glazyev? How practical was he noted in the life of the country, so that all as one stand up to protect him from the Central Bank? Which collective farm did he raise from his knees? What province did he bring from recipients to donors? He didn’t even command a shoe shop. Professional theorist.
    And Glazyev’s criticism of the Central Bank is quite constructive, the authors agree with her 100

    I would also like to ask the authors how in practice they confirmed their high ranks “Doctor of Economics” so that, for example, I would join him in such a way? Universities graduate economists from us hundreds in a year. A significant part of them work as waiters and sales managers in hypermarkets. Our economy did not shine under the USSR, and even under the Russian Federation, especially. It is ruled by economists, brought up, obviously, by the authors of the article. Draw conclusions. I think the professor, if he is a real, "practitioner," should be published somewhere in scientific journals and have a "pretty such" citation rating, and not in publications for retired ice battle veterans. The level is not that ... Yes, and with the justification of their arguments is rather weak. More precisely, nothing at all. IMHO
    1. Cyril G ... April 25 2020 21: 23 New
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      Glazyev may be Zero. But the fact that the Central Bank of the Russian Federation acts contrary to the interests of the Russian state is quite visible with the naked eye.
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        Quote: Cyril G ...
        But the fact that the Central Bank of the Russian Federation acts contrary to the interests of the Russian state is quite visible with the naked eye.

        Remember the parable about the blind sages and the elephant? What part of the Central Bank do you know thoroughly, so much that you can evaluate its work? Would you like to familiarize yourself with the Dunning-Krueger effect? Useful reading for the night ...
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      think professor if he is real ...

      This is you in the top ten laughing
      Russia is great and Ivanov cannot be counted in it ... and professors with such a surname, that's just not a single scientific work of the professor, Doctor of Economics Anatoly Ivanov did not find. request
      Neither the content of the article, nor the vocabulary of the text in any way draws on the fact that the author is its professor, Doctor of Economics
      It looks like "Professor D.E." - This is a technique aimed at giving the article "SCIENTIFIC FORCE", "persuasiveness."
      By the way, Glazyev himself did not respond to the claims of the Central Bank (perhaps he realized that he was wrong) - but not a word about this in the article.

      It’s just that this topic has become the subject of speculation - larger figures are beginning to show dissatisfaction with the activities of the Central Bank (or rather, the fact that he pursues a grammatical credit and banking policy in a pandemic - they would like a default, but will not have it), it seems that they are starting to bake one place yes
      1. Cyril G ... April 25 2020 22: 03 New
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        Collapsed from scratch, exchange rates, followed by an increase in the price of food and medicine and a drop in living standards, of course, doesn’t count? This is how many times already collapsed at least remember? From the point of view of an ordinary citizen, I really don't like this business ...
  • Hagen April 25 2020 17: 14 New
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    The article is placed in the "analytics" section. And where is the analysis of the arguments of the parties to the dispute? Only emotions...
  • aglet April 25 2020 19: 21 New
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    So, from April 1, 2020, instead of fines - warnings. That has greatly facilitated for almost 25 days the export of currency earned by illegal export of our resources, various kinds of frauds, facilitated the illegal withdrawal of capital

    but from April 1, increased fines for violations of self-isolation. it’s more important, and will surely fill the budget, and from then on, try to recover, show a bent arm, and continue the process. what they do all this time
  • Cyril G ... April 25 2020 21: 20 New
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    Right on target! And the central bank was already twitching. He cannot essentially answer.
  • Tank jacket April 25 2020 21: 32 New
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    Interested in the question, but does Elvira Sahipzade know how to sew gloves? Well, or is there a uniform for Rosgvadia? And Siluanov knows how to plan furniture? Well, or can Siluanov make a stool? ... Prepare yourself ...
    1. Tank jacket April 25 2020 21: 57 New
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      All relatives of Nabiullina (incredibly successful businessmen) should have problems. My nephews should have drugs in their pockets. Father and mother have explosives ...
    2. Cyril G ... April 26 2020 11: 07 New
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      Do not know how to teach, do not want to force. (p.) Let them get ready. Zadolbali ruble roll regularly. They must answer in full for the 14th year and for the 20th and the 8th. Collapsed just like that. For they decided to earn a little pennies.
  • demo April 25 2020 22: 28 New
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    What surprises me and, at the same time, does not surprise me is why the reasonably clever Glazyev passed by obvious phenomena visible to the naked eye.
    And he did not give them an appropriate rating.
    Corona virus - what is it?
    A disease, the treatment of which is associated with certain difficulties.
    And as a result, with the death of people.
    However. In the world there are many other diseases, the mortality rate from which is much higher than the current infection.
    This is by the way.
    Now to the point.
    In the existing world, nothing just happens.
    And conspiracy theory has nothing to do with it.
    There must always be in any case the one who becomes the beneficiary.
    Who today is unprofitable such a state of the global economy?
    Almost everyone.
    All countries, to varying degrees, experience enormous pressure on their institutions. Huge amounts of money are being spent. Countries do not receive, but only spend.

    Which industries suffer the most?
    Naturally - oil production, oil refining, sale of oil products.
    Next.
    All modes of transport suffer.
    Vehicle manufacturers are suffering.
    Metallurgy suffers.
    Petrochemicals are suffering.
    This is a listing of the "big sufferers."

    What happens in such cases with the valuation of these companies?
    The price of them begins to fall. Sometimes hard. Rarely, but can drop to zero.
    And there are examples - US shale.
    Who needs them today?
    To nobody!
    You are mistaken. They decided not to bankrupt, but to redeem.
    For US taxpayer money.
    If someone buys something, then he has such a reason.
    Tomorrow, these companies will either start working, or the value of these assets will skyrocket (again from the fact that they can start to make a profit).
    Small oil companies around the world are in a state of clinical death.
    And their shares fell 40-50-60%.
    Or maybe today someone is buying them, to the noise?
    It is not excluded.
    Even major players in this market did not remain a “safe haven."
    And it affected them.
    And large stakes may have been thrown onto the market.

    Come on.
    Refiners today sit and tear their hair in the place where they sit.
    Stopping a large refinery takes about 30 days. The launch is about the same.
    Loss on loss.
    Staff sent to the street.
    When to start the plant?
    Who knows.
    The shares of this and similar plants are also falling in price.
    The distribution network cannot provide itself with the necessary cost of living.
    And they have a desire to get rid of toxic assets.

    Automakers are shocked by overstocking.
    It is necessary to reduce the rate of release.
    Up to the stop of the assembly line.
    People on the streets.
    Stocks are falling in price.

    And so on.

    It remains to understand who is the one who can take advantage of this situation?
    These are those who are called "owners of money."
    It is clear that these people do not live in Russia, and not in Europe.
    These are US bankers.
    Only they can afford to bear tremendous expenses, with an eye to the future.
    But to bankers all these actions are completely useless.
    They are only interested in the “pure product” - money.
    But above the bankers or on a par with them there is also another, no less powerful layer of people, the so-called secret government.
    These are those who can and want to change the established "rules of the game."
    And their power allows much more to be done than the power of the US president allows.

    Could these people “organize” the corona virus?
    No problem!
    Could they start to “help” this infection spread around the world!
    No problem!
    Could they create in the world media a wave of hysteria, horror, fear?
    No problem!

    Все.
    The switch in their hands.
    When you need to turn on, when necessary, turn off.
    When the redistribution of property is completed, about a dozen major world experts will flock to the surface who will tell you how to and can fight this infection.

    Все.
    A curtain.

    Last thing.
    Russia's place in this world vaudeville.
    And nobody asked us or warned about anything.
    Only the inborn “modesty” of GDP did not allow him to stand up front and declare that all this is crap.
    And he decided to use the situation for his own benefit and harm.

    At the same time, the global crisis will force our authorities to unleash a moshna and begin to do at least something.
    Thus, Russia is struck like a very strong blow.
    But this is not for the sake of finishing us off. It's just that we are a cog in the global distribution and consumption system.
    And if the whole unit went into the runaway, then the gadget complained with no hands.


    This is what lies on the surface.
    Maybe Glazyev does not see this?
    I doubt it.
    I think he sees, but is afraid to say.
    The consequences for him may be too transiently lethal.
    1. rruvim April 26 2020 19: 15 New
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      Publishers of printed materials and book-sellers also suffered from this "self-isolation". But for the production of OKVED 58.11 no "vacation". deferrals, etc. not spread. The government is deliberately destroying this industry. And all the decrees of the government practically do not affect the "scrotum" of the so-called stash of the NWF.
      1. Vacations on payments by the Federal Tax Service from some affected sectors are not a burden on the budget, because it is a simple delay;
      2. Zero interest on obtaining a loan from banks to enterprises for salary workers (6 months) is not a burden on the budget. For this is not for everyone, and most importantly: that it is actually a loan at 30% per annum, because from this, the so-called zero credit, you have to pay 30% of taxes (PIT + FMS + PFR), even taking into account the halving of the PFR.
      3. Increase unemployment benefits from 7000 to min. salary generally funny! Not more than 7-8 billion for the whole country.
      4. The reduction in the contributions of all organizations to the FIU and the FMS by half has some kind of budget burden, but no one can figure out which one. In any case, this is several tens of billions of rubles.
      5. Issuance to all children under the age of 3000 rubles. - This is generally funny. For a budget, a mere penny!
      Therefore, I do not understand what 1.5 trillion. rubles will the government spend on supporting small and medium-sized businesses?
      1. rruvim April 26 2020 19: 31 New
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        Let’s say a part of the bills will go to support state employees who are in quarantine. If doctors or teachers are offline, then this is understandable. Customs officers and tax officials are also understandable (bring revenue to the budget). We are not talking about the military - they are outside quarantine. And the rest? All sorts of structures: like Multifunctional centers, cadastral offices, Rosreestr, Gorona, small officials of city and village administrations, ending with officials in sports and culture. What they are, what they are not. And s / n must be paid by decree of the president. But the fact that they are, that they are not, in any case, the burden on the budget is the same. They do not produce anything, therefore they do not affect the level of GDP.
  • Lekz April 26 2020 00: 11 New
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    What I think. There are two extreme options for the development of the country. The first is the abandonment of dependence on the dollar (actually the United States), which will inevitably lead to the reconstruction of the USSR (represented by Russia +) in version 2.0. But I apologize, the possibilities of Russia (even with +) are far from the power of the USSR. Both economic and military, with a clear outcome, having nothing to do with the expected and desired satiety. Another, integration into the world economy to the full at the position of a gas station. For nothing else, we are not needed by the “world community”. This we have already passed. Briefly, partially, but the meaning is clear. There are many supporters of both the first and second development options. Both in the establishment and among the population. Putin’s policy, as I see it, is to maneuver between these two extremes. This is dictated by both internal and external causes. Therefore, tips and suggestions may be different, most obviously good, but there is one, which I have already described.
  • Brigadier April 26 2020 07: 39 New
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    "...and how else to call the notorious investments in "highly liquid and absolutely reliable", read: foreign, specifically American assets. "

    I always had the full feeling that "наш"The Central Bank since Borka has been working under the close supervision and control of the US Federal Reserve.
    This is equivalent to how, if, before 1941, the USSR would invest to the maximum in German securities, and even at an unprofitable rate. One to one!

    Interesting - who needs it upstairs?
    And most importantly - why?
    1. Cyril G ... April 26 2020 08: 40 New
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      Exactly .... And ours is clearly in quotation marks.
    2. Mite April 26 2020 09: 48 New
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      I always had a complete sense that “our” Central Bank since the time of Borka has been working under the close supervision and control of the US Federal Reserve.

      That's exactly what it was and now the same thing ... In general, the US Federal Reserve in most countries holds control of all state-owned banks. If someone resists, then the punishment is a collapse of the national currency and other sanctions
      1. Carnifexx April 26 2020 21: 04 New
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        Whose wake are you, GCD or air defense? But seriously, it can be more specific how the Fed keeps state banks under control and how (well, who) collapses national currencies?
  • Sergey Afanasyev_2 April 26 2020 09: 36 New
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    Here, too, I have a secret behind seven seals! And you did not pay attention to the fact that Putin is a protege of EBEn? And who was EBN do not remember? I suggest - Beale's best friend. And what happened to Russia from this friendship, also recall? The conclusion is simple - as long as Putin is in power, Russia will not move to sustainable growth. As vividly confirmed by the last 20 years, 0,5-1,5% are allowed to us. But not more! Otherwise, we’ll start living well, but the hegemon, who has been sitting on our neck for 30 years and who lives on due to the robbery of our economy, is not.
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      Quote: Sergey Afanasyev_2
      The conclusion is simple - while Putin is in power, Russia will not move to sustainable growth.

      I'm tired of already asking a question like you .... Who do you think should stand at the head of Russia? And whose second will you be ..?
  • Yuri Kozlov April 26 2020 12: 05 New
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    what are we talking about? Nabiulina, Gref, Siluans are the obvious enemies of Russia. And where is the FSB and the prosecutor's office and the Federation Council, the State Duma, the Council of National Brainlessness. No wonder they call the United States our partners. In the media, some slogans of one place do not discuss a single important issue, except for an independent Ukraine.
  • forester1971 April 26 2020 12: 41 New
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    Almost five million Russian security officials and security guards, of course, will always vote in favor, but this is only as long as their frank idleness and monstrous unprofessionalism are well paid.

    Apparently, the author considers himself an overprofessional and the most working person in the country, which gives him the right to categorically evaluate all the Russian security forces, including the MTR, VKS, air defense and many others. They will be very surprised that they were ranked among loafers and laymen by their common chohom.
  • Diviz April 26 2020 12: 47 New
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    cornovirus does not spare anyone. In the taiga for self-isolation.
  • About 2 April 26 2020 12: 49 New
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    Our people who love the guarantor love to say that there is no one better than him and cannot be in Russia as the head of state. They even wrote about him that he is a doctor of economic sciences. But personally, I see that such a person as Glazyev can and should be president. Of course preferably his good associates.
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    Until the course of our ship changes, there will be no sense. At least someone who will equalize the Central Bank is intrigue and identifying those who are not satisfied. The situation can be corrected at any time, but it will be more expensive (minus 400 for me, and I'm upset).
  • Carnifexx April 26 2020 17: 21 New
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    NWF. Instead of H, the first letter of the name of the guarantor is more appropriate there, judging by the behavior of the Central Bank. But to criticize from the position of Glazyev ... To stand on one side with Glazyev is scary. Glazyev is an "economist" who does not know what quantitative easing is, and offers pumping up the industry with money (provoking inflation, or hyperinflation if you go to the end).

    I listened to his latest interview with RT. He doesn’t understand a lot of things, but in the end he says what is needed:
    "switch to your pricing system"; "move away from the focus on oil prices on Western exchanges"; that we need to form a single pricing market (oil and gas) with India and China, because we will be able to consistently receive big profits (!!!), and we will be insured against “sharp shock fluctuations” (they need oil and gas as cheaply as possible); ruble - should become a regional reserve currency.
    Actually, there are people who need to explain that almost every point of everything that Glazyev said in that interview is nothing more than nonsense?
    1. rruvim April 26 2020 19: 48 New
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      Actually, there are people who believe that Glazyev says no nonsense! On the contrary, what Glazyev says is that this is the economy both in the traditional (Marxist sense) and non-traditional version of Hayek. Glazyev is just trying to prove on his fingers that the modern economy is not an economy, but a deliberate discrediting of such. And do not pull out his quotes from the general canvas. The fact that the “warmed up” by the Central Bank speculators rule the ball in the foreign exchange market is no secret to anyone, but this is not an economy! The clothing market for stolen foodstuffs in Cheryomushki during the period of war communism cannot be a normal economy. And the Central Bank is doing just that with the currency now.
      1. rruvim April 26 2020 19: 59 New
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        Those. For example, the central bank throws off for some day 16.5 billion dollars for rubles to commercial banks. Then he gives them the right (he is the regulator) to buy back the Fed's long-term bonds for these 16.5 billion. As a result, the Central Bank knocks down the dollar exchange rate by only 50 kopecks, but ensures the longevity of the buck. And so every day.
        1. rruvim April 26 2020 20: 12 New
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          Glazyev emphasizes that if you decide, for example, to buy equipment that is not produced in the Russian Federation abroad, you can easily, without any tax, exchange rubles for currency, open the passport of the import transaction in the Bank, and the bank will follow this operation through customs. But if you decide to buy currency for speculation with rubles, then pay a tax on foreign exchange transactions. What actually banks do. They do not give currency to importers, but speculate with it for the sake of speculation. And the Central Bank looks at it through the fingers and even encourages. Because he is the first currency speculator. Therefore, there can be no question of any increase in industrial production in Russia, because it is not profitable to give preferential loans to industry, it is better to speculate on the ruble and dollar and euro. And the Central Bank encourages this, because it is not the Bank of Russia but the Bank ... (add it yourself).
          1. Carnifexx April 26 2020 20: 47 New
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            Glazyev emphasizes that if you decide, for example, to buy equipment that is not produced in the Russian Federation abroad, you can easily, without any tax, exchange rubles for currency, open the passport of the import transaction in the Bank, and the bank will follow this operation through customs. But if you decide to buy currency for speculation with rubles, then pay a tax on foreign exchange transactions. What actually banks do. They do not give currency to importers, but speculate with it for the sake of speculation. And the Central Bank looks at it through the fingers and even encourages.

            These are the criteria for the purpose, it does not sound very good. In general, an experienced Marxist would see an obvious and very strong desire to increase the administrative apparatus, that is, the state, and state is the most important problem. If, on the whole, without Marxism, then such administration is too cumbersome and inconvenient that 100% will reduce investment in the economy, and donation of the investment will lead to a crisis, because of which a lot of money will be withdrawn.
            Well, I have a few questions: What if there are Russian counterparts? There is a possibility that some companies will abuse without tax buying up currency; such control of the foreign exchange market can collapse the state currency, as it will provoke a liquidity crisis (after all, any exchange must be justified). etc.

            Because he is the first currency speculator. Therefore, there can be no question of any increase in industrial production in Russia, because it is not profitable to give preferential loans to industry, it is better to speculate on the ruble and dollar and euro. And the Central Bank encourages this, because it is not the Bank of Russia but the Bank ... (add it yourself).

            Hmm, but Glazyev wants to send all the money to a good cause? Head ... looks straight at the root. The very People's Republic of China, the experience of which Glazyev refers, simply raised huge banks (on capital) that pump money into the economy, but this experience is constantly exaggerated, because we no longer know the rate of economic growth of the People's Republic of China (they classified them), but at the same time the Chinese expanding the list of industries allowed for foreign investment, and Chinese crazy projects (for some reason Glazyev spoke very softly about them, as if this was not a problem) continue to take place, amazing with their scale and madness.
            1. rruvim April 26 2020 21: 03 New
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              Actually, Glazyev was already ill with the Chinese “experience”. There are other labor resources, another sociology, and there was a different development paradigm. Oddly enough, it was precisely the Chinese totalitarian society during the time of the "great" Dan that guaranteed the safety of foreign investment. Itself totalitarian society was the guarantor of Western and Japanese-Korean capital! Therefore, Trump cannot “pull out” even Apple from China. This is impossible with us, because we have a liberal development model, both political and economic. Glazyev and Co. abandoned this system, because if you follow the Chinese system, you will have to change the political component, and this clearly threatens with "places not so distant," and then a scarf in the suburbs of London. Therefore, it was necessary to develop a new economic strategy. Khazin, for example, said in the winter that they (I think Glazyev, Katasonov, Khazin, Delyagin, etc.) almost developed it. But is it necessary for our occupation administration? Hardly...
              1. Carnifexx April 26 2020 21: 08 New
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                Is it really bad to work with this capital if the results are not bad? And they are very good everywhere, from South Korea and Japan, to Vietnam.
                So you don’t know what they developed there so ingenious?
                1. rruvim April 26 2020 23: 06 New
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                  This is a matter of geopolitics. Do I need to collaborate with this capital? The Chinese do not give anything for halava. And invest in China? Resources are invested until 2050, but in response? - ordinary people did not feel anything. Maybe Miller has something: bought a new yacht or got a new mistress?
                  1. Carnifexx April 26 2020 23: 12 New
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                    Need to share. There are profitable things, including attracting investment and exporting raw materials. But there is a distribution in the country. Distribution depends on the institutional environment, on laws, on culture. The Russian Federation had good incomes, in well-fed years, when there was a barrel of $ 120. How was it distributed? How was reinvested? In the Russian Federation it is impossible to create companies without risk that the company will be squeezed out, especially if the company is large. Since any independent organization (parties, corporations, trade unions), the government perceives it as an enemy. This is a symptom. The Russian Federation is a natural state, institutionally backward.
        2. Carnifexx April 26 2020 20: 15 New
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          For example, the central bank throws off for some day 16.5 billion dollars for rubles to commercial banks. Then he gives them the right (he is the regulator) to buy back the Fed's long-term bonds for these 16.5 billion. As a result, the Central Bank knocks down the dollar exchange rate by only 50 kopecks, but ensures the longevity of the buck. And so every day.

          Do not you think that there are objective and more compelling reasons for the longevity of the buck? And I just do not see problems in the longevity of the dollar, because everyone is better off thanks to the dollar or not?
          1. rruvim April 26 2020 20: 47 New
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            Perhaps the longevity of the dollar and is important for the global economy, even more important than the longevity of the Russian. But I live in Russia, and I’m sure, albeit virtually, that the ruble was underestimated by the efforts of the Central Bank, at least 40%. The price of a buck in real life is a maximum (in my opinion and different opinions) of almost 45 rubles.
            1. Carnifexx April 26 2020 20: 54 New
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              What does longevity mean?
              The ruble is underestimated, although it is only 20% off, but not the point. It is underestimated since it is profitable for ANY country to moderately understate its currency, Germany and France did the same by creating the eurozone.
              1. rruvim April 26 2020 21: 18 New
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                Good. You can also lower the yen. What was the basis of all the Japanese miracle. But if you are selling finished products !!! And you have a solid export of high-tech products that are being improved from year to year. But if you trade only in raw materials, then the understatement of the national currency leads only to permanent positive results, without affecting your own real production, and you receive foreign investment only in the extractive industries. And these investments make you lower the exchange rate of the national currency so that someone again invests in production, in order to again depreciate the national currency. currency, something ... Well, you understand ...
                1. Carnifexx April 26 2020 21: 34 New
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                  You can also lower the yen. What was the basis of all the Japanese miracle.

                  But if you are selling finished products !!! And you have a solid export of high-tech products that are being improved from year to year. But if you trade only in raw materials, then the understatement of the national currency leads only to permanent positive results, without affecting your own real production, and you receive foreign investment only in the extractive industries.

                  Well, apparently, not all of the Japanese economic miracles are based on understating the national currency.

                  And these investments make you lower the exchange rate of the national currency so that someone again invests in production, in order to again depreciate the national currency. currency, something ... Well, you understand ...

                  Well, in fact, there is no obstacle to developing the economy by having raw materials for sale. There is no resource curse as such. More precisely, countries that have resources and do not develop their economies do so not because someone is bothering them (it would be too simple), as countries with few resources have to do with INSTITUTIONS. The most important is the institutional environment, otherwise all emitted money is stolen. Glazyev is worn with recipes that do not work, and if they worked, they would not help, because ... Wednesday.
                  Most importantly, an independent (from the government) court and so on. The success of Singapore is right before our eyes. Lee Kuan Yew transferred his country to the jurisdiction of a British court, and this court sentenced all corrupt officials because he did not care. And you remember the speeches of the "patriots" about sovereignty and so on.
                  1. rruvim April 26 2020 21: 47 New
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                    Well, this is politics. Hong Kong was also under the jurisdiction of a British court, which is why it is also Hong Kong. Now try to propose a left-wing economic strategy in Russia without changing the political system?
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                      I will not offer left, I do not believe in left (according to a conservative classification) economic strategies. Here the ambush is that you are missing an important nuance.

                      Now try to propose a left-wing economic strategy in Russia without changing the political system?

                      Here is your question, it is strange, since the nationalization and expansion of the state in the Russian Federation takes place constantly and inexorably, accelerating in any crisis, taking away business and so on. It is such a thing that the government ALREADY follows the left economic program. The problem is that it just diverges from your expectations. Let me explain that the modern activity of the government is definitely not a right economic program - where is private property? If it can be taken away as you like, if people can be judged as you like, if the authorities are not pleased, this is definitely not the right program. Left? Just like with the property in Venezuela? She was nationalized. This is very on the left. How are you doing with property in the Russian Federation? She is nationalized, though more elegantly - she is being squeezed in favor of “her” people (Alisher for example). State propaganda hides privatization, although the problem was in collateral auctions, where billions of enterprises were distributed to their own for pennies, and loans from state and quasi state banks gave them that. Hodor was not tried for collateral auctions, he was tried on a trumped-up case, because he got into politics by financing all the alternative political forces (I can’t imagine why, maybe some backstage cases, it could really be an overdose of conscience), and the money of Yukos investors was expropriated. So right-wing liberals do not, I guarantee.
                      No, Roman, in Russia I will not offer a left-handed program, it is already being implemented in full swing. Very sorry for you, because it is at variance with your expectations.
                      1. rruvim April 26 2020 22: 45 New
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                        If you think that nationalization is a transition (weaning, depressing, etc.) from one capitalist (supposedly independent) to another capitalist (supposedly "his") with a left-wing economic strategy, then I disagree with you. No nationalization is happening. There is a replacement of some owners by others, and it does not smell like a left "alternative." A typical left-wing alternative among the "capitalist" European economies is the economy of the Third Reich. Where the backbone enterprises were completely state-owned, large - PAO (with an equal distribution of shares), medium and small - private. The large banking sector is fully state-owned, except for small insurance and credit organizations.
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                        If you think that nationalization is a transition (weaning, depressing, etc.) from one capitalist (supposedly independent) to another capitalist (supposedly "his") with a left-wing economic strategy, then I do not agree with you
                        Why did you use these "supposedly"? You do not mind that the state is fabricating false accusations in order to overcome (the same RBC) in favor of people associated with the government? Or is Alisher supposedly connected? He is also from the "collateral."

                        A typical left-wing alternative among the "capitalist" European economies is the economy of the Third Reich.
                        Oh, you would at least give an example of another ... that is, almost the same, but different. Specifically, the economy of Yugoslavia under Tito. In general, such an "alternative" to what is now in the Russian Federation. I repeat: you are being hit by the bar of discrepancies with reality. In the same Yugoslavia, or the 3rd Reich, this did not work so ... favorable for the proletariat as we would like. And why in quotation marks? European countries are very capitalistic.
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                        I agree. Yugoslavia. But Yugoslavia and Germany, all the same, were to some extent dependent on external sources of raw materials. And we are completely independent. Maybe their model would work better for us.
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                        ... anyway, they were somewhat dependent on external sources of raw materials. And we are completely independent
                        I don’t understand what it affects.
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                        Judging by the psychosis of our media and economic analysts and deputies corresponding to media requests regarding the price per barrel, this affects us. It is unlikely that Yugoslavia, and even more so in Germany, was interested in this. Romania was an ally on the axis and the price of a barrel did not interest anyone, even in dollars, at least the Reichsmarks, at least in Leija. The main volume. It was also in CMEA. Everything went to domestic use, and only then in the 70s for export. And our economy, now, almost completely depends on the price of URALS. From morning to night, ministers from the "economic bloc" and "manual" analysts-economists tell us about this.
                      6. Carnifexx April 27 2020 00: 31 New
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                        Well, without a barrel, just a poor country, with a barrel already a poor country with a barrel, more money to boost the economy, as they do in the UAE. As for the Soviet economy, it was not oil that ruined it, but the control system, they could not give a damn and did not give a damn about everything.
  • Carnifexx April 26 2020 20: 11 New
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    Actually, there are people who believe that Glazyev says no nonsense!

    Very sorry.

    On the contrary, what Glazyev says is that this is the economy both in the traditional (Marxist sense) and non-traditional version of Hayek.

    Friedrich why did you drag?

    Glazyev is just trying to prove on his fingers that the modern economy is not an economy, but a deliberate discrediting of such.

    Well, I read a couple of books, and I think his explanations discredit Glazyev himself and his supporters.

    And do not pull out his quotes from the general canvas.

    This would be a fair observation if my interpretation with the general convoy were in conflict. And I didn’t have an interpretation, I was just indignant that he was sculpting stupid things, and they believe that.
    If not stupid, or somehow I misunderstood, clarify what your sovereign pricing is?

    The fact that the “warmed up” by the Central Bank speculators rule the ball in the foreign exchange market is no secret to anyone, but this is not an economy! The clothing market for stolen foodstuffs in Cheryomushki during the period of war communism cannot be a normal economy. And the Central Bank is doing just that with the currency now.

    Is this the language of the "real economy"? I don’t even know why it is ALL modern economic thought that does not recognize it as a science?
    1. rruvim April 26 2020 20: 23 New
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      Good. What is bad here? "... to protect the financial market, Sergey Glazyev proposed fixing the currency position of commercial banks, as well as introducing a time lag between the application for the purchase and supply of foreign currency."Even the introduction of time (for me three days, no less) between the application and receipt of the currency allows us to determine the seriousness of the Bank in relation to the purchase of foreign currency.
      1. rruvim April 26 2020 20: 36 New
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        For me, all this bacchanalia, which the Central Bank arranged with the COURSE, is an attempt to "gloss over" the losses of the oil industry from the failure of the policy of negotiations with the Saudis, or to forestall it. To exporters, and in our country the vast majority are raw materials, a weak ruble is on hand. It just didn’t work out! Oil has "laid down" so much that no drop in the ruble can compensate for the loss of the "raw materials". As a result, a dilemma arose: either to return the ruble back to the state of 60 per bucks, or to overturn it further. But this is not an economy! Bucks is printed every second, and the Fed will print it how much is needed and how much is not needed.
        And the ruble for some reason we can not print! Gref said this to Mr. Makarov in response to the question "Why not give every Russian money for a period of self-isolation?" Gref (not literally): "We cannot. We are not America. We do not have tools for this." That is, we do not have printing presses, paints and paper on Goznak? Or do we have no permission from the International Government?
        1. Carnifexx April 26 2020 20: 59 New
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          This is already from Fedorov and Starikov about the Fed and more. Gref only showed loyalty to Putin. The ruble can be reprinted, and more importantly, there is a drop in supply and demand, it is necessary to support them by distributing money, these are the instruments that Glazyev criticized, saying that it is more important to lend to industry, and if it is not obvious which economist he is, then I don’t know. ..
      2. Carnifexx April 26 2020 20: 50 New
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        Is it possible to protect the financial market without turning it into a concentration camp?
        I understand that this is not a simple thought, but I will try to formulate it. The economy is the dynamics, killing the dynamics you kill the economy. Introducing significant restrictions on operations, making them a burden, it is impossible not to reduce the dynamics. I am not aware of positive examples of such measures.
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          But to drive almost the entire small business and individual entrepreneurs, except for retailers into self-isolation mode for a month and a half, is this not a loss of dynamics? Yes! I did not understand (I didn’t hear from Glazyev) why Khazin opposed the distribution of money to the population, following the example of the United States. Most likely this team is simply afraid that they will be accused of a sharp jump in inflation (pseudo-inflation). For example, Glazyev and Co., have always advocated that they would turn on the printing press, so that the economy would receive an incentive. Of course, giving money from the printing press to the real sector. The liberals were against it, because it will spur inflation. Now, let’s say our liberal government distributes to each of 25 thousand for the period of self-isolation (I would be very useful, because my small production is already closed like a month). For the whole country, a maximum of 3 trillion. rub. How much would they print "quietly"? Even Rosstat would not have checked. In any case, people would spend 90% of this money in grocery stores, returning them to circulation, incl. and taxable. But the liberals could then declare annual inflation not in 3.5 mythical percent, but in 10%. Because of these pathetic 3 trillion. the price of Gasoline would rise, therefore, for everything else, dollar speculators would simply jump from happiness. And then liberal economists would blame Glazyev and Co. that the inclusion of a printing press for the people is evil !!!
          1. Carnifexx April 26 2020 21: 49 New
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            But to drive almost the entire small business and individual entrepreneurs, except for retailers into self-isolation mode for a month and a half, is this not a loss of dynamics? Yes!

            Well, this does not negate the fact that Glazyev’s measures will definitely not help the economy. Well, the absence of quarantine measures, as can be seen in Sweden, does not help the economy much, so I don’t see any alternatives.

            Now, let’s say our liberal government distributes to each of 25 thousand for the period of self-isolation (I would be very useful, because my small production is already closed like a month). For the whole country, a maximum of 3 trillion. rub. How much would they print "quietly"? Even Rosstat would not have checked. In any case, people would spend 90% of this money in grocery stores, returning them to circulation, incl. and taxable. But the liberals could then declare annual inflation not in 3.5 mythical percent, but in 10%. Because of these pathetic 3 trillion. the price of Gasoline would rise, therefore, for everything else, dollar speculators would simply jump from happiness. And then liberal economists would blame Glazyev and Co. that the inclusion of a printing press for the people is evil !!!

            What kind of liberals are these against measures to support people and businesses with direct payments? As far as I know, all liberals (in different directions) unanimously drown for speedy stimulating measures.
            As for Glazyev, I repeat, but against the distribution of money, he is for supporting the economy with loans to large enterprises. He spoke directly about this, calling the stimulating (according to your version anti-liberal) measures obsolete and useless tools that the supposedly outdated "control system" applies.
            1. rruvim April 26 2020 22: 09 New
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              Let's do it. From life. I need working capital. The profitability of my production by Western standards is quite high - 25% per year. But she does not allow me to save 75% without spending anywhere for three years to replace the down payment. I need a loan. Now I can really get it at 15% + insurance, i.e. 16.5%. Remains 8.5% without taxes and fees, after them remains 5% of the profit, after inflation (supposedly) 3%. How can a normal (not speculative) business develop in Russia? The foreman (Putin) “lowered” the Central Bank to 4.5% of the refinancing rate, inflation in the Russian Federation for 2019 according to Rosstat 3%. What kind of moss do commercial banks charge another 7.5%? But among my creditors and Sberbank German Gref. But after lowering the Central Bank rate to 4.5%, the credit policy of banks has not changed. How can we pursue some kind of economic policy in our country, propose some kind of economic model (good or bad) if the Central Bank sabotages Putin’s decisions at first, then “sags”, but commercial banks sabotage already. You can argue or not argue about the ideas of Glazyev and Co. The question is that the financial authorities in our country do not give a damn about it. "Leave your academic disputes on the Internet, and we will continue to ruin the Russian people!"
              1. Carnifexx April 26 2020 22: 24 New
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                So let's
                Let's

                From life
                So

                I need a loan
                Yes, everybody needs a loan

                How can a normal (not speculative) business develop in Russia?
                It is hard for all business in Russia, which does not have good people behind it.

                How can we pursue some kind of economic policy in our country, propose some kind of economic model (good or bad) if the Central Bank sabotages Putin’s decisions at first, then “sags”, but commercial banks sabotage already. You can argue or not argue about the ideas of Glazyev and Co. The question is that the financial authorities in our country do not give a damn about it.
                Yes, all this and business problems are caused by the institutional environment. Power is not accountable to the population, private property is not protected, but now Glazyev and Co. have nothing to do with it. Maybe Glazyev and Co. at the salary of the state, precisely because they do not go against the system.
                1. rruvim April 26 2020 22: 56 New
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                  Well, that's great. You at least admitted that they are against the system at heart, but they don’t go against it. winked
                  1. Carnifexx April 26 2020 23: 01 New
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                    You at least admitted that they are against the system at heart, but they don’t go against it.
                    It’s strange that you understand that. I do not presume to judge what is in their souls, but they certainly do not seek to carry out institutional reforms, that's what I’m talking about. In general, you default on thinking of their intentions very positively, in my opinion, too and unreasonably. That's your business.
                  2. rruvim April 26 2020 23: 24 New
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                    Well, you understand, they only hint about "institutional reforms." Yes hint. Glazyev could not directly, he had "grown" into an official swamp, and she, like a quagmire, did not let go. Example: Rogozin. And the office’s compromising evidence is enough for everyone. But Khazin on the radio "KP" through the "line" hints at a change in the system, as a fulcrum for another, any, economy. He is more, so to speak, a free man. I understand that their "half-dimensional" proposal is abhorrent to you regarding the "economic" block of the country's future development. Well, at least they offer something. Gref, Oreshkin and Nabiullina do not offer anything at all except patience and survival. The hope of the "alternative" - ​​Belousov "disappeared" somewhere.
                  3. Carnifexx April 27 2020 00: 03 New
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                    I can answer in the same way, Gref hints, and hints much more clearly, and to a large audience. Makarov hinted too. The hints worry me a little, I'm not looking for friends or enemies (whom I will love or hate on the Internet) in power circles.
                  4. rruvim April 27 2020 00: 40 New
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                    Dear Andrey! Let's not argue. I am not an economist, but an engineer by training.
                    You know more about economics. I may be in real life. Maybe. I'm a practitioner. I have a production where there are expenses for materials, for rent of fixed assets, etc. As a kind of merchant, I look at the economy simply: the current government in its financial part offers me working loans, which for me are not that unbearable - it is bondage, where all the profits will go only to pay off the main and percentage parts. All these tales about concessional financing of business and support for entrepreneurship, let the government put it in itself ... Ie the current economic model (if you can call it that) offers you expensive credit, but assures you that there will be no inflation. Glazyev and Co. offer you a cheap, long loan, but they assure you that they do not promise that there will be no inflation. What do you think, what option will I choose as a businessman? And on which side will I be?
                  5. Carnifexx April 27 2020 00: 48 New
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                    Reminds a riddle about two chairs. On the one hand, expensive loans, on the other cheap, which will be expensive due to inflation and will hit demand more. I am for developed capitalism as in the first world. And no one from outside does not interfere with building it - neither the South Caucasus, nor Japan, anyone was hindered. And in the first place there are public institutions.
                  6. rruvim April 27 2020 01: 06 New
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                    You again drop Geopolitics. Well, where does post-war Japan occupied by the Americans and Korea occupied by the Japanese before, and then after 1953 and the Americans occupy it. Other economic models played there. Read the "Memoirs of a Geisha", there are several episodes when US Air Force officers invested loot in those factories that bombed their squadron. This is the so-called war economy (after the war). Marshall Plan for example. This has nothing to do with Russia. After the war, it developed independently, within the framework of the Soviet Union. Yes. She underwent yet another war, much worse than the Great Patriotic War, lost vast territories and republics. Yes, and is under occupation (the winner must be). But the war was strange, no one took responsibility. And for Japan with Korea (South) took. And now, where is the Japanese economy? In which z-tse? Nobody needs Japan anymore. Only while the base is in Okinawa.
                  7. Carnifexx April 27 2020 12: 47 New
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                    Well, where does post-war Japan occupied by the Americans and Korea occupied by the Japanese before, and then after 1953 and the Americans occupy it. Other economic models played there. Read the "Memoirs of a Geisha", there are several episodes when US Air Force officers invested loot in those factories that bombed their squadron. This is the so-called war economy (after the war).
                    What are the economic models? They had restoration growth, but without the 3000 (THOUSAND THOUSAND) plants that the USSR exported from Europe, and it should be noted that they did a great job - Japan overtook the USSR, a country with enormous resources and a population of 2,5 times more.

                    Marshall plan for example
                    Just read more about it, pay special attention to the volume of assistance, and its addressees.

                    This has nothing to do with Russia. After the war, it developed independently, within the framework of the Soviet Union. Yes. She underwent yet another war, much worse than the Great Patriotic War, lost vast territories and republics. Yes, and is under occupation (the winner must be). But the war was strange, no one took responsibility.
                    You are operating with concepts that are not familiar to me, I have not gone far into the terminology of institutionalism, although this is conventionally scientific. I don’t understand what a terrible war it is, who occupied whom and about responsibility. I can say that a defeat in the war does not mean a permanent or even any occupation, Germany, after WWII, was not under the occupation of a decade (as we see, it would have been necessary).

                    And for Japan with Korea (South) took. And now, where is the Japanese economy? In which z-tse? Nobody needs Japan anymore. Only while the base is in Okinawa
                    Japan is the third economy in the world, but they are far from third in terms of population, is it necessary to explain what this means? It is amazing how your language generally turned to say that. Americans did not bombard Sony's audio player plants, they created it themselves, thanks to ingenuity and the institutional environment. Japan's economy is not perfect, but it cannot but impress - they have no resources, no territory, they suffer from regular earthquakes and floods, their country was completely bombed during WWII, 60 cities were burned to the ground, and no one gave Japan the money to compensate for this .
                  8. nikon7717 April 28 2020 20: 12 New
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                    The USSR did not export thousands of factories from Europe, but only a minuscule took to restore. How much during the war did the USA receive for goods from the USSR? The United States invested money under loans that they themselves gave and under new sales markets for their goods. Where did they buy equipment for bombed plants, from whom?
                  9. Carnifexx April 28 2020 21: 01 New
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                    https://diletant.media/articles/45260000/

                    How much during the war did the USA receive for goods from the USSR?
                    What are you talking about?
                    The United States invested money under loans that they themselves gave and under new sales markets for their goods. Where did they buy equipment for bombed plants, from whom?
                    Sorry, but I will ask more specifically, it is unclear what kind of bombing, factories, loans and, even, money it is.
                  10. nikon7717 April 28 2020 21: 25 New
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                    "FULLY bombed during WWII, 60 cities were burned to the ground, and no one gave Japan money" ... Well, yes. Initially, of course, the USA did not supply the equipment for the heavy man of occupied Japan, and tell me how they paid.
                    You may be a good entrepreneur, but not from macroeconomics.
                  11. Carnifexx April 28 2020 21: 42 New
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                    What did you interrupt the quote at the most interesting place?
                    ... their country was completely bombed during WWII, 60 cities were burned to the ground, and no one gave Japan money, able to compensate for this.


                    Well yes. Initially, of course, the USA did not supply the equipment for the heavy man of occupied Japan, and tell me how they paid.
                    Initially, the equipment for the USSR heavyweight was mainly supplied by the United States, so if you want to reproach the Japanese with this, then go ahead, but do not forget about the USSR. But unlike the USSR, the Japanese created products that conquered the world - at least SONY Walkman, but I just am silent about the auto industry, which put the US auto industry (its occupier and conqueror) on the shoulder blades.

                    You may be a good entrepreneur, but not from macroeconomics
                    I do not accept unreasoned criticism.
  • Pandiurin April 26 2020 20: 44 New
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    Nabiulina campaign was lazy, lost contact with reality.
    Power certainly does this with people, but it moves at the speed of light to other galaxies.
    My prediction: this figure will leave his post ...
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      Everyone is leaving. The question is how much they will hold her. And also why, who benefits from it and who plays for it.
      1. Pandiurin April 28 2020 20: 50 New
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        "Everyone leaves. The question is how long they will hold her."
        During the crisis, key figures do not change. As it will settle down in the world with the coronovirus and the economic consequences will be slightly stopped, I think it will be removed or, for starters, the “right way” will help it, so that it wouldn’t be strange for a smooth transition.
        1. nikon7717 April 28 2020 21: 02 New
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          Let's do it. She is a well-deserved person, she knows a lot, understands, with connections, she is trusted by the Fed (world recognition proves this). Today, Russia needs time, and time is money, measured in external financial stability. The victim for this is the figure of the head of the Central Bank bending under an external background.
  • rruvim April 26 2020 23: 32 New
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    Glazyev tried for several years to prove that the Central Bank refinancing rate should not be higher than the official inflation figure if the current model of the economy was used correctly, and yet, under the pressure of the Sun, the Central Bank lowered the rate to 5.5%. Rejoice, and only. This means that commercial banks should reduce interest rates on loans as much as 2-3%. Just bite: no bank has reduced anything. Full sabotage!
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    Nabiullina everything on the "drum". She is in the House (brooch), in the "White". yes
  • Goldmitro April 27 2020 16: 03 New
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    Quote: Dmitry from Voronezh
    It is evidently not in vain in the West that Nabiullina is praised, even as it was recognized as the best Head of the Central Bank. Once praised, then everything is doing right from the point of view of non-partners.

    During the work of Nabiullina as the head of the Central Bank of Russia, a paradoxical situation has developed! Head of the Central Bank of Russia, which is obliged to take care of maintaining a stable ruble exchange rate and strengthening it, providing financial conditions for the growth of the Russian economy, strengthening its power, suddenly gets praise in the West, who not only was never interested in the stability of the ruble, or, especially, in the growth of the economy and power of Russia, but constantly pursued a policy hostile to Russia, which he never hid !!! The question arises - in whose interests does the current head of the Central Bank of Russia work and how does the country's leadership look at it? If this is considered normal and, somewhere, even welcome - in which specialists work for us, then it is necessary for others, including those in the leadership, to strive to work in such a way as to earn approval and praise in the West! And the West will certainly appreciate it and maybe even give the Nobel Prize, as he awarded the humpbacked Judah for his efforts to break up the USSR!
  • Ivanushka April 28 2020 01: 28 New
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    the change of the current regime is a matter of survival of the whole country and people!
  • Stalnov I.P. April 28 2020 10: 55 New
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    Yes, there will not be any changes, there simply are no such professionals with political will, strategic thinking and planning. High inmates - yes, for 20 years they have only been able to create financial, oligarchic capitalism, thieving and stupid. Stuff your pockets with a green piece of paper. Elementary questions cannot be solved, a simple example of MASK.
  • Alexey P April 28 2020 12: 02 New
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    A good article, the authors correctly convey the situation, but if the rule of law is absent in the country, and corruption continues to actively do its dirty work, who would not put the head of the Central Bank all the pointless. As our guarantor put it, you can’t wave your sword around, but you need to slowly chop it in parts, i.e. another 20 years to fight with windmills ...
  • tank64rus April 29 2020 06: 52 New
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    The Central Bank is subordinated under the Constitution of the US Federal Reserve, that is what needs to be changed urgently.
    1. Sertorius April 30 2020 14: 38 New
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      The Central Bank is subordinate under the Constitution of the US Federal Reserve. Here's what needs to be changed urgently.

      Tell me the article?
  • Sertorius April 30 2020 14: 37 New
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    Figase here the economists ran in, you get tired of reading. I don’t understand anything about this. But I don’t agree with the authors after reading this:
    The Russians are still not left with the most expensive alcohol for the “Sugrev,” but it will also work for the farmers.

    What does it mean - to the extreme? Dear authors! Good moonshine is better than any whiskey! If you do not understand moonshine, then do not touch it. Write about your economy.