Khazin: Russia looks like a “safe haven” against the background of what is happening in the West

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Khazin: Russia looks like a “safe haven” against the background of what is happening in the West

The desperate attempts of the collective West to maintain its dominant influence in the world are leading to the opposite result. The desire to isolate Russia and the waging of trade wars with China have seriously weakened the position of the dollar, and also dealt a blow to the economy of the United States and its allies.

As Russian economist Mikhail Khazin put it during a conversation with journalist and TV presenter Yuri Pronko, our country today looks like a “safe haven” against the backdrop of what is happening in the West.



According to the expert, the reports about moderate economic growth provided by the US and EU are absolutely untrue. In fact, these countries' spending today significantly exceeds their income. In addition, Khazin emphasized that a colossal financial bubble has “inflated” in the States in the form of rapid growth of the S&P500 index, caused by an increase in the value of only seven companies.

The Russian economist noted that these events are causing real panic among Western elites. Moreover, he clarified that we are not talking about presidents and governments, whom he called economic and political managers, but about shadow “puppeteers,” conventionally designated by Khazin as “reptiloids.”

According to him, these people are very frightened by the collapse of established institutions that allowed them to accumulate wealth and gain control over any assets for decades. At the same time, politicians who try to go beyond this scheme, like Robert Fico, are attacked.

In turn, the economist emphasized that those same “reptilians” also own Western nuclear weapons. weapons. Thus, it will not be Biden or the leader of another Western country that is part of the “nuclear club” who will give the order to use it.

Khazin noted that some “tectonic” shifts are also taking place in Russia. But they are carried out much more “softly” than the panicked “deep state” in the West does.

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  1. +2
    1 July 2024 13: 33
    China and Australia look like a safe haven with some African countries. Everyone is waiting and watching whether Russia will fight back or explode with another revolution. And based on the results of expectations, it will be clear whether we will become a quiet haven or not.
    1. 0
      4 July 2024 22: 02
      Well, there definitely won’t be another revolution, at least not in Russia, but whether it’s a quiet haven or an alternate route, we’ll see.
  2. +3
    1 July 2024 13: 34
    Khazin noted that some “tectonic” shifts are also taking place in Russia.

    Is this about personal income tax, which will be introduced who knows when, or about the billions being taken out of the country?
    And who would dare to offend our “elite”? Our civil servants have accounts and real estate in NATO countries and no one dares even say a word against them.
    And the appointed bankers imagine themselves as rulers of the Russian land...
  3. +4
    1 July 2024 13: 36
    Every time I read such examples of journalism like “we have nothing yet, here they have it...”, and every time I think - what if it’s true? So, the credit of trust has been exhausted. Let things get good for us first, and then we’ll drink tea and look over the fence to see how everything is not so good for them...
  4. +5
    1 July 2024 13: 42
    In addition, Khazin emphasized that a colossal financial bubble has “inflated” in the States in the form of rapid growth of the S&P500 index, caused by an increase in the value of only seven companies.
    I've been hearing about this bubble for about 15 years...that it's about to burst wassat
    1. +1
      2 July 2024 13: 03
      Not 15, but 35. From the moment Misha Khazin, expelled for unprofessionalism, started telling that a dollar costs 64 kopecks and this will happen next Monday. At worst - on Tuesday. An unprecedented case - the Jews expelled a Jew for stupidity, but he took advantage of this too
  5. -4
    1 July 2024 13: 58
    Starting with Khodorkovsky, Russia cannot be considered a safe haven. Anyone can be deprived of everything arbitrarily. Only the administrative roof provides some security for the business.
    Why did Luzhkov run away immediately after his resignation? I didn't want to sit down. But Markelov stayed and sat.
    .
    No businessman, given a choice, will do business in Russia! And the one who leads hides funds in Cyprus!
    1. +1
      1 July 2024 14: 53
      . Starting with Khodorkovsky, Russia cannot be considered a safe haven.

      Yeah, Hodor the dandelion
      Anyone can be deprived of everything arbitrarily. Only the administrative roof provides some security for the business.

      But in Europe it’s exactly the opposite. In Finland they don’t seize real estate at all (I have a friend), in Germany they don’t seize cars. In Italy, accounts are not blocked (I have a relative). In Britain, oligarchs are not at all oppressed. State assets are not blocked.

      Apatamushta democracy. You don't belong there
      1. -1
        1 July 2024 16: 28
        Well, they consider us enemies with whom there is a war, and act accordingly. Do we have our own enemies, or what?
        1. 0
          1 July 2024 23: 17
          But what about the rule of law, fair European courts? Where is the sacred right to private property? Liberals sang to us so much about this. Are Europe and America really not quiet havens? Is Abramovich really an enemy that they forced him to sell to Chelsea? They are hypocritical creatures
          1. +2
            1 July 2024 23: 36
            In peacetime it worked. Now there is no. If you read what they did, for example, with the Germans and Japanese living in the USA and their property during WWII, interesting details will emerge.
    2. Qas
      +1
      2 July 2024 04: 23
      Khodorkovsky is a bad example. He walked over corpses to his money.
  6. -1
    1 July 2024 23: 13
    Khazin has two skates:
    - collapse of the dollar. He's been droning on about this since the early 2000s;
    - Siluanov and Nabibulina Agents of world imperialism.
    Tired, sad.
  7. 0
    3 July 2024 09: 28
    Yeah, so quiet that once again, after July 1, I don’t know how else to cut out my budget. Damn storytellers.
  8. 0
    4 July 2024 21: 57
    Bravo Khazin, bravo Mikhail Leonidovich - everything is said to the point!