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Cyprus - the island of bad luck or welcome to reality

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Liberals live in a beautiful, but non-existent world. In it, superpowers struggle for the freedom of other nations, not for resources and not for hegemony. There are “human rights organizations” in it, which, by the call of the heart, and not by the “call” of the gosdepovskiy grant, are fighting for all good things against all bad things. In this world there is a market economy, where the invisible hand of the market puts everything in its place.


And most importantly - everyone in this world strives only for the good and the bright. All except Russia, of course.
Here in this world live liberals.

Only one problem - this world does not exist. The reality is completely different. But some who believe in liberal ideals do not want to notice the reality, because liberal views bring them income. They work liberals. The other part does not want to notice the reality, simply because it is easier. Because if you realize what the world really is, it can become scary.

But the reality is louder and louder at the door.

Cyprus - the island of bad luck or welcome to reality

The inviolability of private property. Unshakable and secure assets and money. The inviolability of the so-called "human rights".

Here, in principle, the three whales of liberalism. We have always been told and shown that way. "There" is protected property. "There" are protected assets and money. There they respect the person and care about his rights. But in Russia ... (hereinafter you yourself know what the liberals say).

They said, forgetting to say just a little. Whenever necessary for those in power, all these "whales" will quickly go to the bottom.

When there is money - all smart. All for freedom and for various "values". And when there is no money? That's when fig leaves fly off to the side, and reality is knocking on the door.

Here and living beyond the means, the island of Cyprus can no longer preserve "propriety." And now the power elite of the “island of bad luck” is asking for help from the European Union. And what about the European Union? He offers help, but the conditions for this put forward a demand that, be it realized in Venezuela or Russia, would immediately become for the liberals proof of the “bloody and totalitarian regime”.
Europe asks Cyprus to impose a tax. Everything is legal. It seems to be ...

"The tax - 6,75% on deposits up to 100 thousand euros and 9,9% on deposits above this amount - is one of the indispensable conditions for providing Cyprus with an emergency package of assistance from the EU and the IMF in the amount of 10 billion euros (13 billion dollars)."



That is, Europe has offered Cyprus to expropriate some bank depositors. Just pick up some of their money. Iniquity? What do you. These are civilized countries. The law will be developed, and your money will be taken away completely legally. That does not change the essence of what is happening.
Reality knocked on the door.

I have already written and repeatedly said that without their own country, without their own army, a strong and strong sovereign state, all Russian rich people cannot be sure about their capital.

It will be necessary and all will be taken away. Not a “bloody regime” - but the democratic authorities of the West.

Ordinary residents of Russia who do not have “assets” abroad have long understood that they have only one homeland. It is time to open your eyes to reality and those who have capital. And they have one homeland.

There can be no Motherland where your money lies, Homeland where the graves of your ancestors are.

The Cypriot authorities are backing down - too much shock from such a “purely democratic” withdrawal of funds that even Ostap Bender would envy. But for us the final result of the struggle with the debts of the “island of bad luck” is absolutely not important.

Another thing is important to us. Understanding the defenselessness of any citizen of our country, regardless of its material well-being, if the country is weak. Or it will not be at all.

This is a lesson for all of today's elite. Either you will become sovereign and you will understand that the Russian army and navy is your best insurance against all troubles, or you will simply be devoured. Money will not help you, because your money will remain yours exactly as much as they want in London or Washington.

PS We would like to thank the Cypriot government for its contribution to the patriotic education of the Russian elite.

PPS Only the "consciously blind" does not see that Russia is becoming stronger every day, and our geopolitical "friends" are weakening in the same proportion. Time works for us. The main thing is to solve the problem of demography.
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  1. botur
    botur 18 March 2013 10: 40
    57
    PS We would like to thank the Cypriot government for its contribution to the patriotic education of the Russian elite.

    Keep money at a savings bank. yes
    1. KuigoroZHIK
      KuigoroZHIK 18 March 2013 10: 57
      31
      Reward the Cypriot government with the Order of Merit for the Fatherland!
      Interesting materials on this topic:
      http://www.odnako.org/blogs/show_24526/
      1. Geisenberg
        Geisenberg 18 March 2013 12: 46
        +7
        ... and at the same time help to recapture the second half of the island from the Turks ...
        1. rolik
          rolik 18 March 2013 13: 59
          +7
          Quote: Geisenberg
          and at the same time help to recapture the second half of the island from the Turks ...

          Give Cyprus the required amount, and in return retain the entire half of the island (make it your territory). And when this happens, kick two English bases on the island. In this case, kill two rabbits. give the Anglo-Saxons cabbage soup, and Cypriot money is returned to the country))))
        2. Gladiatir-zlo
          Gladiatir-zlo 18 March 2013 23: 13
          10
          Enough to help, to beat off something for someone. Read the story, you will clearly see both the help and the results of that help. Hence the question, do we need it? My answer is no.
          1. UAZ Patriot
            UAZ Patriot 19 March 2013 00: 19
            +5
            The fact is that even if you get the hang of it, but not under one government, Britain, the main instigator of all troubles, was not touched, just like the World Bank-Switzerland. Even with STALIN !!! Even in the second M, B, Someone can answer me WHY !!!! ?????
            1. ughhh
              ughhh 19 March 2013 17: 24
              +1
              Potomusho, the Anglo-Saxons rule the world. Well, all sorts of Jews who profited from wars, blood and money-grubbing. The world, aftermath, is ruled not by truth, but by sheer profit. Like a gritsa, nothing personal, just business. Today a smile, tomorrow a knife in the back.
              1. Vasya Ivanov
                Vasya Ivanov 25 March 2013 06: 33
                0
                By the way, there is information (unverified) Deutsch Bundesbank belongs to ISRAEL.
          2. Rink
            Rink 19 March 2013 01: 34
            12
            In 1971, US Treasury Secretary John Conelly said: "This is our currency and your problem."

            Zbigniew Brzezinski said: - "The New World Order will be built against Russia, on the ruins of Russia and at the expense of Russia."

            The West does not even hide its plans for Russia.
            In such circumstances, a state simply cannot be sovereign, in which capital is transferred to foreign currency and stored in foreign banks.

            In principle, I do not feel sorry for these oligarchs and businessmen: they wanted to hide their honestly stolen money in offshores, to "save" on taxes. This "economy" of them means that the Russian budget does not receive enough funds for all budget programs, health care, education, the army ... And what, did they save money ?! maybe it's better to pay taxes and keep them at home, in your national banks? and they will work for their country, and after paying taxes, you can sleep more peacefully ...

            There is not enough patriotism, I guess. It's a pity. Napoleon Bonaparte said: - "Patriotism is the first sign of a civilized person, a quality that distinguishes a person from a slave." We need to remember this, especially to any pro-Western hamsters who spit on their homeland.

            But I think that Russia should stop this real robbery of its business, including through the European Court of Justice, having achieved the recognition of this expropriation as illegal. And to use the situation like the Magnitsky law, legally obliging its citizens to return capital to Russian banks. Economic security is more important than military security, perhaps. "Coups are made with the belly", there will be economic security - there will be no military one.

            PS From the same Brzezinski.
            “I do not see a single situation in which Russia will use its nuclear potential. She can have any number of nuclear suitcases. But since 500 billion dollars of the Russian elite lies in our banks, then you still figure it out: is it your elite or is it already ours?»
            1. Corsair
              Corsair 21 March 2013 11: 07
              0
              Quote: Zbigniew Brzezinski said: - "The New World Order will be built against Russia, on the ruins of Russia and at the expense of Russia."
              And let them think sho the same rake WE will advance to exhaustion. And WE, unknown to us, let’s dodge and, as has happened more than once in OUR difficult and in many ways tragic history, we will revive the State from the ashes. Already, the West is perplexed: How Russia, which in 90x was at their feet, was able to shake off the burden of the West during such a short period of history. This is our main (and terrible for the West) secret. And no one except the peoples of Russia will master this secret.
            2. Corsair
              Corsair 21 March 2013 11: 29
              +1
              Quote: Zbigniew Brzezinski said: - "The New World Order will be built against Russia, on the ruins of Russia and at the expense of Russia." And let the doves think sho WE will over and over again step on the same rake, kindly planted by "well-wishers." And Russia, unknown to the one-vector brains of Western experts on the USSR and Russia, Makar, once again in its tragic history, in another once reborn from the ashes and ruins by the will and hands of its citizens. And this is our main riddle and mystery that the West cannot solve in life!
      2. Simon
        Simon 18 March 2013 22: 58
        +9
        And it will be even more interesting if the Cypriots raise taxes on real estate and land, then then the joke will be for our moneybags, thieves and haulers. How many palaces did they build and buy real estate there? wassat
        1. Gladiatir-zlo
          Gladiatir-zlo 18 March 2013 23: 18
          +8
          I agree, ah, the Cypriots, undercut, encroached on the sacred, all that they sawed and rolled away around the world they want to tax, do not you bastards? My opinion, do not squeal figs about the pressed tail of thieves and bribe takers. And to take note of them, and ask them questions - open money, from what kind of eggs did such joy hatch to them? Vereshchagin reincarnate, and Sukhov, let the bandits drive, well, and we will help to the best of our ability.
    2. Z.A.M.
      Z.A.M. 18 March 2013 11: 16
      31
      botur
      Quote: botur
      for his contribution to the patriotic education of the Russian elite.

      You can, of course, thank and be happy for the Cypriots ... Or rather for Eurozone workers. So to dissolve into "grandmothers" ... It took so long to create a "field of fools" (offshore), and then throw on the deposits of foreigners, "Russian fat cats." Naturally, Cyprus did not come up with this on its own, but did everything on the insistent recommendation of citizens from the European Union. And what will happen next can only be imagined. Capital flight from Cyprus after such "laws" is a predictable situation. Therefore, the guys in Cyprus will now cut cabbage to the fullest, no one is interested in the prospects. For example, they will introduce a tax of 50% on the sale of real estate. They will freeze deposits for 15 years or exchange them for shares in local taverns ... It all depends on imagination.
      And then other so-called offshore companies will join Cyprus, because it is unlikely that uncles from the European Union called only the Cypriots with recommendations. Salvage will begin to be withdrawn with terrible force. Moreover, the West will be as if not at work and looking at everything only sadly shrugs its hands - they say, natives, what do you want from them.
      Well, Cyprus has already promised to help its own people. Yes, not all of them have huge contributions, presumably ...
      But why should we be happy? .. If they ("our" lovers of offshore companies) were taken by the ass in of Russia - that would be good and right. But our money was taken from them in Europe. It’s the same as rejoicing - well done whitewashed, took away tsar’s gold from Kolchak, now he won’t buy guns for him. True, they gave without gold ...
      We'll see.
      Something lately, in the world, one after another, more and more wonderful initiatives. That is the law of "Magnitsky, then of Dima Yakovlev." Now here is such an interesting "Law of Cyprus" ....
      1. baltika-18
        baltika-18 18 March 2013 13: 04
        +6
        Quote: Z.A.M.
        If they ("our" fans of offshore companies) were taken by the ass in Russia, it would be good and correct. But our money was taken away from them in Europe. It's like rejoicing - well done White Czechs, they took the royal gold from Kolchak, now he won't buy guns for it. True, they gave it without gold.

        That's right. Plus, I would, but still does not work.
      2. botur
        botur 18 March 2013 14: 48
        +8
        Yes, I agree with you, and this is not a joy, but rather a cry from the heart. After all, you will agree, how many ("our" offshore lovers) are in prison or have the money been returned?
        By the way, they have already frozen their percentage of deposits.
    3. GSH-18
      GSH-18 18 March 2013 11: 18
      16
      She smiled, and I will not hide, I was even a little pleased with the news about the imminent possible expropriation laughing offshore bank deposits (albeit not by a large percentage!) of various muddy individuals, including those of Russian origin. This is their first bell (they don’t sleep well at night, they are shaking for their loot! Poor people laughing ) It’s harder to hide the awl in a bag, it’s good!
      1. Arberes
        Arberes 18 March 2013 11: 24
        15
        Quote: GSH-18
        She smiled, and I will not hide, I was even a little pleased with the news about the imminent possible expropriation

        Let me have some fun with all the colleagues here. drinks

        Well, CYPRUS ripened like a pear
        It hangs, but you can’t eat it

        Rotten turned out to be a pear
        Dry the fruit gentlemen!
        1. predator.3
          predator.3 18 March 2013 14: 52
          11
          Russian President Vladimir Putin held an operational meeting with the leadership of the presidential administration, according to the Kremlin’s press service, which included assistants and advisers to the head of state in charge of economic issues.

          Vladimir Putin believes that the introduction of an additional tax on bank deposits in Cyprus, if such a decision is made, "will be unfair, unprofessional and dangerous." The meeting discussed the economic situation in the Eurozone, in particular in Cyprus.

          On the morning of March 17, 2013 it became known that the European Union had agreed to allocate 10 billion euros of financial assistance to Cyprus. The provision of funds involves the fulfillment of a number of conditions. First of all, a one-time fee of 9,9% for deposits of Cypriot banks of more than 100 thousand euros and 6,7% for deposits of less than 100 thousand euros. It is planned to introduce income tax on bank deposits. In addition, Nicosia will have to raise corporate tax to 12,5%, while at the moment it is 10%. Today at 18:00 Moscow time, the Cyprus parliament will have to make a final decision on the introduction of a stabilization tax.

          According to the order of the Central Bank of Cyprus, the country's banks must suspend all transfers and payments of their clients until this decision is made.

          http://news.rambler.ru/18137006/
          1. NOBODY EXCEPT US
            NOBODY EXCEPT US 18 March 2013 15: 38
            +4
            Hasn't the Most Sereneysky grandmother kept them there?
            1. Tambov Wolf
              Tambov Wolf 18 March 2013 15: 52
              +4
              And if we had so quilted? Would also be happy. And what would your relatives say? The common people, after all, are also wearing shoes. Horseradish would be oligarchs with them. But a simple Cypriot is the same as us, why should he pay the price for government dope? At least a threshold has been set.
              1. Garrin
                Garrin 18 March 2013 16: 55
                20
                Quote: Tambov Wolf
                And if we had so quilted? Would also be happy. And what would your relatives say? The common people, after all, are also wearing shoes. Horseradish would be oligarchs with them. But a simple Cypriot is the same as us, why should he pay the price for government dope? At least a threshold has been set.

                And they whipped us even more steeply. Generally, under "zero". And the "red quilters" to this day, "bloom and smell."
                1. cumastra1
                  cumastra1 19 March 2013 13: 43
                  0
                  A thief should sit in jail.
              2. Petrospek
                Petrospek 18 March 2013 17: 15
                +7
                So no one laughs at ordinary Cypriots. It’s just that they’re sorry, BUT they (the Cypriots) are only sorry, the rest are just gone.
                Funny news, this percentage is removed only from individuals, they are not removed from legal entities. Well, it’s really Pavlovian reform, Toko light option - a simple person will answer for everything. What little people do not like? Go dry yourself.
                1. cdrt
                  cdrt 19 March 2013 18: 18
                  +4
                  But it’s not clear why to regret simple Cypriots. Yes, the crisis, but they then it is debt - i.e. The country gained debts because it spent more than it earned. A working day until 16-00 is somehow not enough all the same.
                  And the money is taken away - so everyone around fairly fairly calculated - the money to Cyprus fled from taxes. Those. Money Saved, i.e. People avoided taxes, which, although legal, is wrong. Guarantee them (mainly Russian oligarchs and officials who did not want to pay taxes) their contributions from taxes paid by the Germans - but why? Let yourself save your tax haven.

                  And to be realistic, you can probably bet a couple of thousand rubles that, according to the results of the visit of the Cypriot to us, the Russian Federation will again give them credit. Those. Ordinary Russians will pay 5.8 billion to ensure that Russian oligarchs and officials do not lose this amount in their deposits request
              3. S_mirnov
                S_mirnov 18 March 2013 17: 53
                +3
                "why should you pay with your blood money for government nonsense." - in this case, the example of Ireland is very indicative
                http://svoim.info/201311/?11_1_1
                it's frankly a nightmare for the IMF! therefore, the media do not cover this news wink
                1. Horde
                  Horde 18 March 2013 18: 47
                  +2
                  Alexander welcome!

                  Quote: S_mirnov
                  it's frankly a nightmare for the IMF! therefore, the media do not cover this news. Ireland example


                  Yes, I heard this news in due time. By the way, the Islander asked for a loan from Russia, but Russia was apparently forbidden to interfere in such matters, they didn’t give a penny. When the crisis broke out, what did Putin do? Well, first of all, I gave money to banks, and a whole bunch, with a return, of course, no one remembers just about RETURN. We need to live by means, then the economy will improve. The RICH is not the one who gets a lot, but who spends a little. I think everything will work out if they live OWN MIND but not the IMF.
                  1. S_mirnov
                    S_mirnov 18 March 2013 19: 15
                    +6
                    Hello Horde!
                    "You have to live BY MEANS, then the economy will improve." - unfortunately it does not threaten us. Every time I feel despondency when I see the queues of our citizens at the ATMs to pay off loans. How can adults voluntarily take out loans for all sorts of crap (TVs, telephones, etc.) and then feed the banks?
                    1. DPN
                      DPN 23 March 2013 23: 30
                      0
                      Everything is very simple, life is passing now, but you can’t buy a salary. Most have no faith in a bright future!
                  2. YuDDP
                    YuDDP 18 March 2013 22: 08
                    +1
                    4 billion euros in 2008. Kudrin gave Iceland
                    Also, immediately after the beginning of the crisis, Finnish advertising flooded on TV. corporation "KIT" - knowledgeable people deciphered it as "Kudrin and comrades"
                    1. Horde
                      Horde 18 March 2013 22: 15
                      +1
                      4 billion euros in 2008. Kudrin gave Iceland


                      Yes, not Iceland, paid off the debt of the flying BANKS of Iceland.
                      1. YuDDP
                        YuDDP 18 March 2013 22: 40
                        +2
                        I think that then with state money Kudrin pulled out someone's personal contributions.
                  3. Tverichanka
                    Tverichanka 19 March 2013 00: 57
                    +6
                    [quote = Horde] does not remember.

                    Maybe you really don’t know, but the banks returned the money to the budget. I’m sorry if you were upset.
              4. DPN
                DPN 23 March 2013 23: 21
                0
                Here is a simple people and pays, because all nonsense to power leads.
            2. Mikhail3
              Mikhail3 18 March 2013 17: 26
              +2
              Cyprus, so you know, not only this proposal was made. England and the United States offer them to offset 100% (that is, all) debt. In exchange for ALL ports of the island. What does it mean ...
            3. Strezhevchanin
              Strezhevchanin 18 March 2013 18: 05
              0
              So far, no one except you has said such stupidity lol . Remind you what he said on December 12, 2012 ??? And they sacredly believe that it doesn’t reach the gop-stop. wassat
            4. predator.3
              predator.3 18 March 2013 18: 43
              +2
              Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev called the impending introduction of an additional tax on deposits in banks in Cyprus “very strange” and “controversial” decision.

              “Let's face it, it looks like the confiscation of other people's money,” Medvedev said.
              http://news.rambler.ru/18142084/
            5. YuDDP
              YuDDP 18 March 2013 22: 02
              +3
              In addition to the Most Serene, the problem will concern VTB and Sberbank.
              (I’m silent, for further only obscenities ...)
            6. Egoza
              Egoza 18 March 2013 22: 07
              +6
              I don’t know about you, but our opposition was primarily excited laughing
              The support of the Cyprus Parliament for the introduction of an additional tax on deposits will lead to the loss of funds of the Ukrainian state. This was stated by the People's Deputy from "Batkivshchyna" Mykola Tomenko, commenting on the Eurogroup's demand to impose a one-time tax of 6,75% on all deposits up to 100 thousand euros and 9,9% - deposits over this amount.
              The politician noted that since the Ukrainian authorities have not yet resolved the issue of double taxation, today there is a situation where Cyprus may impose an additional tax on deposits, and therefore not only oligarchs will lose their funds, but, in fact, the Ukrainian state.
              http://finance.obozrevatel.com/business-and-finance/15607-v-oppozitsii-obespokoe
              nyi-posledstviyami-vvedeniya-kiprom-dopnaloga.htm
              XXXX
              This is the first time in all 20 years of independence when they are worried about "state funds" laughing
              1. Egoza
                Egoza 19 March 2013 13: 40
                +1
                I will add some interesting quotes from the article by Galina Akimova
                In private conversations, businessmen (Ukrainian) confirm that the situation with Cyprus is equal to financial Pompeii.

                Elementary figures may testify to how serious it really is for the Ukrainian economy. Cyprus is nominally the main investor in Ukraine, from where comes (think about this figure) 95% (!) Of foreign investment. Of course, they can be called foreign only conditionally, because in reality it is money of our holdings and corporations, which they hid from taxation and, as necessary, invest in the development of their enterprises. But the fact remains: according to the results of the 2012 year, the volume of net foreign direct investment directed to Ukraine amounted to about $ 4,1 billion, of which $ 3,9 billion are investments from Cyprus.

                At the same time, disproportionately more went to Ukraine from Ukraine than it did. According to the "Economic Truth", which she published a few months ago, over the past two years, Ukrainian banks transferred $ 53,4 billion to offshore zones and to Cyprus.
                Little Cyprus found itself between two fires - at the center of the confrontation between two economic giants: Russia and the European Union. Whoever pulls him to his side will win seriously and for a long time.
                Sources in Ukrainian companies that keep their savings in Cyprus offshore say that they have only one thing to do - pray for Russia's victory in the battle with the European Union.
                http://www.versii.com/news/275237/
              2. cdrt
                cdrt 19 March 2013 18: 27
                0
                Everything is simpler with us, and the systemic opposition, and the ruling parties, have merged inseparably with the interests of the oligarchy. Those. In this sense, the elite and the party are one wink
                I think in close ranks and EP, and the Communist Party, and Wed, and the Liberal Democratic Party will support the allocation of credit to Cyprus wink
            7. military
              military 19 March 2013 11: 26
              +2
              Quote: NOBODY BUT US
              Hasn't the Most Sereneysky grandmother kept them there?

              but now we'll see ... if he twitches and rushes to provide urgent "economic assistance" to Cyprus, then his babos are also working in the same offshore ...
          2. S_mirnov
            S_mirnov 18 March 2013 17: 46
            13
            We witnessed an interesting picture, the IMF decided to touch the Russian officials and oligarchs for the udder. Yes, and a huge number of domestic enterprises are registered in Cyprus, and most of the banks represented in the Russian Federation are also closely connected with Cyprus.
            Already in the morning, the worried clacking of GDP and Medvedev is heard laughing !
            Despite the topic of the article and the message that right now the "State Department liberals" will cry with bitter tears, while the GDP and DAM are mainly concerned, draw your own conclusions.
            The IMF almost openly declares about the Russian Federation offshore and hints to our government - either provide state assistance to Cyprus, or lose 10% of the loot. Knowing our government, we should expect an ardent desire to push public money into Cyprus, then reluctance to lose our own!
            The people of the Russian Federation, as usual, will have to pout for this IMF fortel (it is worth remembering whose interests our governors are primarily protecting), we expect some new taxes to help Cyprus !!!
            1. YuDDP
              YuDDP 18 March 2013 22: 09
              +1
              so Gazprom has already offered its services in exchange for the shelf
            2. Gipmol
              Gipmol 18 March 2013 22: 58
              +5
              Quite the opposite, Russia announced that it would refuse to ease Cyprus on the repayment of the loan issued earlier and would cancel all the concessions that had been agreed upon earlier. As Putin said V.V. in 2002 "hate ... to swallow dust trying to get back your money invested in the West (there is a video from 2002 of his performance only in a softer version)
              1. S_mirnov
                S_mirnov 19 March 2013 00: 37
                +3
                "As Putin V.V. said in 2002," zay ... swallow dust trying to get back your money invested in the West "- that's what frightened the balabolkin government officials! Yes, they will not return anything, they will move to their own money! 10%, not fatal compared to stolen in the Russian Federation.
            3. Tverichanka
              Tverichanka 19 March 2013 01: 09
              +2
              [to our government - either provide state aid to Cyprus, or lose 10% of the loot. Knowing our government, we should expect an ardent desire to push public money into Cyprus, then reluctance to lose our own!
              The people of the Russian Federation, as usual, will have to puff out on this IMF forte (it is worth remembering whose interests our governors are primarily protecting), we expect some new taxes to help Cyprus !!! [/ quote]
              The Cypriot government has already appealed to the Russian government for help in the amount of 5 billion euros, but it has been refused. Our government also refused to restructure Cyprus debt obligations on the previous borrowing ......... So calm down, YOU PERSONALLY nothing threatens.
              1. S_mirnov
                S_mirnov 19 March 2013 10: 46
                +1
                "So calm down - you PERSONALLY are not in danger." - Dear Tverichanka, I am a citizen of the Russian Federation, which means I am threatened with living in the country under the control of thieves and traders. As for PERSONAL threats, I handle them myself. But national threats can only be dealt with by uniting!
            4. nerd.su
              nerd.su 19 March 2013 17: 08
              0
              Quote: S_mirnov
              The IMF almost openly declares about the Russian Federation offshore and hints to our government - either provide state assistance to Cyprus, or lose 10% of the loot. Knowing our government, we should expect an ardent desire to push public money into Cyprus, then reluctance to lose our own!


              But after all, no one bothers us to help Cyprus with money as a rent for a good port for 200 years. If this issue is seriously discussed, then the position of the European Union can be shaken. Can take a show off Europe? smile
              1. Thunderbolt
                Thunderbolt 19 March 2013 21: 28
                +1
                Oga, and there is also the British Virgin Islands (BWI) where a fifth of the funds withdrawn from Russia are taken away (about 65 lards over the past year, I think everyone heard who wanted to hear) If something happened, should we open ports there too? Our country is rich, budget good
                1. nerd.su
                  nerd.su 21 March 2013 19: 11
                  0
                  Quote: Thunderbolt
                  If something happened, should we open ports there too?

                  Why not? Only the British will not be able to do this, in the sense of giving us the port. Only if mined by nuclear mines. They and Cyprus will not give us. Simply, if such a question arises with Cyprus, the geyropeytsy are likely to give money to Cyprus without any conditions and will still be paid to our investors. For, when choosing between our investors and our warships, Europe will always choose our investors ... In general, the issue has lost its relevance, the guarantors have resolved.
          3. Botanologist
            Botanologist 18 March 2013 20: 12
            +1
            At rbc.ru - Cyprus at a meeting urgently convened by the Eurogroup faced “already made decisions, a fait accompli” and he had to choose a catastrophic scenario of uncontrolled bankruptcy or a scenario of painful but controlled crisis management

            I smiled about crisis management. The crisis can be managed only if you are so-called. "manager" (that is, you yourself are not a party to the conflict), or if you are a party to the conflict, but the conflict is without external control. And here the EU is in command, and Cyprus is going to manage something wassat . Good luck to him ...
          4. Good Ukraine
            Good Ukraine 19 March 2013 00: 38
            +1
            Quote: predator.3
            Vladimir Putin believes that the introduction of an additional tax on bank deposits in Cyprus, if such a decision is made, "will be unfair, unprofessional and dangerous." The meeting discussed the economic situation in the Eurozone, in particular in Cyprus.


            The actions of Cyprus, and this is the Eurozone, is no longer a bell, but a bell ringing in the banking system of the Eurozone. Only the USSR could do this with freezing the deposits of the population in 1961 and with the collapse of the USSR in 1991 on the same deposits of the population. I do not know how in Russia, but in Ukraine deposits have not been returned to this day.
            I wonder who will leave the money in Cyprus on Wednesday? Already today, the bulk of the people are going to take the rest of the funds. Everyone understands that there is not enough money for everyone. They will be able to pick up the one who is in line first (maybe the second and third), but not the fifth and especially the tenth. Where are the Cypriot authorities going to take the remaining 90% when the people run to collect the money?
            On Wednesday, the Cypriot authorities go to Moscow to extend a loan contract for only two billion, And the remaining 80 Bi, where will they get it? - There is NO money !!!
            And here is the most interesting thing. What is the asymmetric response to GDP this time? I hope it will be even more interesting than the law of "Dima Yakovlev" in response to the act of "Magnitsky".
            Will it help the Eurozone survive or push it into the abyss? - See you soon.
            1. igor.borov775
              igor.borov775 20 March 2013 11: 23
              +3
              Lord YOU wake up someday or so and you will blame each other, Yes, just honestly ask yourself, Perhaps the parliament of Germany in France or Italy would keep their money somewhere over the hill, I’m not talking about senators and high-ranking officials, When you answer this question, you will immediately understand what kind of management system and elite we have, is it really so difficult to answer yourself, you will just as accurately answer the question why we are promoting education development programs with such persistence and much more, not wanting to listen to any objections, Then it’s very easy to judge some of the incomprehensible steps of the government,
          5. Tverichanka
            Tverichanka 19 March 2013 00: 51
            0
            Suspended until Thursday. It is not known exactly when the parliament will decide. Help the Eurobank cut Cyprus to 5 billion. Information has leaked that Italy could introduce such a tax ........ This is already becoming like a panic, don’t you?
            1. Good Ukraine
              Good Ukraine 19 March 2013 01: 00
              +3
              Quote: Tverichanka
              Information leaked that Italy could introduce such a tax ........ This is already becoming like a panic, don’t you?


              This is the beginning of the end of the Eurozone and the Euro. And also the second round of the global crisis.
          6. ochakow703
            ochakow703 19 March 2013 20: 43
            +1
            Yeah, Vovan went wrong, didn’t give up his stash for a snuff of tobacco ... I honestly did not expect such a stupid reaction from him. And the Cypriots are great! Take the guys how much you need, one hell stolen! Maybe it’s good for you, for Russia, you definitely have nothing in store in the banks.
      2. Sirocco
        Sirocco 18 March 2013 11: 46
        +2
        Take it on your own, so as not to bend when walking. Well Bolivar did not take out European VALUES laughing
      3. Moritz
        Moritz 19 March 2013 14: 52
        +2
        early rejoice, in which case they will play their own here and again sent to some sort of Cyprus.
        1. ochakow703
          ochakow703 19 March 2013 20: 52
          0
          It is just necessary by law to ban ALL, to export earned in Russia from Russia. Do you want foreign banks, earn (steal) over the hill. I don’t think it will be great to get there.
    4. Papakiko
      Papakiko 18 March 2013 12: 12
      +3
      “The tax is 6,75% on deposits up to 100 thousand euros and 9,9% on deposits over this amount.
      Even so, it is less than 18% VAT or 13% personal income tax, and even more so those taken out of the "hillock" in "green" and "multi-colored" fantikas and not in a "tree".

      GDP last year hinted to the management of ROSHYDRO about the inadmissibility of offshore schemes in the structures of a "state company".

      Esho is Iceland, etc., etc.

      Of course, I was more pleased that reforms similar to those carried out on January 22, 1991 by Valentin Pavlov are possible even in the "enlightened west".
      1. FC SKIF
        FC SKIF 18 March 2013 12: 58
        +1
        Quote: Papakiko
        “Tax - 6,75% on deposits up to 100 thousand euros and 9,9% on deposits over this sou
        - this is the beginning
        1. Papakiko
          Papakiko 18 March 2013 13: 16
          +3
          Quote: FC Skif
          - this is the beginning

          Well, let it go. ++++++ more than ------. wink
          1. neodymium
            neodymium 18 March 2013 14: 30
            22
            Buzz ffshor. Tears flowed in streams.
            The poor payer groaned pityingly.
            Oh no, do not breed under Russian birches
            Once stolen capital.

            All yelled. The Eurozone sobbed.
            "O evil Russians, there are many troubles from you!
            Now from Paris to the Hudson
            There are no escape shelters at all. "

            "All because of you, covered the cans with a basin,
            And the crisis is coming
            Come savior in white, Ben Bernanke!
            Fly, fly about the white helicopter! "

            But no. ATMs are silently gloomy.
            From banks it blows cold graves.
            Only Russian unshaven soldiers
            Came to Cyprus. Gazprom bought it.
            laughing
            1. Akhtuba73
              Akhtuba73 20 March 2013 05: 46
              0
              Poem about "unshaven Russian soldiers" +++++
              But the damn little tablet pc and my thumb played a trick. Sorry for -.
              The script described in the verses is most acceptable.
          2. Strezhevchanin
            Strezhevchanin 18 March 2013 18: 14
            +2
            Quote: Papakiko
            Well, let it go. ++++++ more than -----

            I agree that you and I will not see this money anyway !!! If our business women have not yet come to a consensus about Europe, well then it's just a clinic wassat
            Interestingly, Merkel understands that this could be a huge outflow of capital? What was that pony's tricky move, nipanyatna-aaaaaa request
            1. Good Ukraine
              Good Ukraine 19 March 2013 00: 54
              0
              Quote: Strezhevchanin
              Interestingly, Merkel understands that this could be a huge outflow of capital? What was that pony's tricky move, nipanyatna-aaaaaa


              I think she does it for the sake of 3,14ndostan. Euro already crawled down, and the dollar up. In the meantime, there are no postscript results. What will happen next?
              1. Strezhevchanin
                Strezhevchanin 19 March 2013 07: 07
                0
                Quote: Dobryak Ukraine
                What will happen next?

                I immediately remembered Starikov’s speech: if we start scooping up this hole, we’ll see. First comes the EU, Japan then the USA and at the very bottom we will see Britain.
                If Panarin says that the USA and the EU can, and recently want to cooperate with us, because there are also groups in the power structures of the communist views, (the train of thought is correct, we cannot allow World War 3), then Britain is an absolute and inapplicable geo-rival who pulls everything into this pit hi
            2. Egoza
              Egoza 19 March 2013 22: 24
              0
              Quote: Strezhevchanin
              Interestingly, Merkel understands that this could be a huge outflow of capital?

              Flashed infa that Merkel categorically forbade Cyprus to accept assistance from Russia.
    5. VEKT
      VEKT 18 March 2013 14: 42
      0
      If you certainly have them laughing
      1. 755962
        755962 18 March 2013 15: 13
        +5
        But this is an interesting move ...
        Gazprombank offered to save the economy of Cyprus

        Russian Gazprom has approached the Cypriot authorities with a proposal to provide financial support to the country's banking sector in exchange for licenses for natural gas production in the exclusive economic zone of Cyprus, Cypriot Sigma TV reported.

        Gazprom did not offer Cyprus assistance in solving financial problems. This proposal was initiated by Gazprombank, an official representative of a Russian gas company told ITAR-TASS.

        As the Cypriot television company said, representatives of the Russian side sent a proposal to the country's President Nikos Anastasiadis to provide funds to support financial institutions in Cyprus. It, according to Sigma TV, "provides" significant control of Gazprom over the country's gas resources. "12 promising blocks with oil and gas reserves have been discovered on the Cyprus shelf.

        http://www.newsru.com/finance/18mar2013/putin_cyprus.html
    6. Logs
      Logs 18 March 2013 15: 32
      +3
      The author is a big plus, he wrote well! And most importantly patriotic!
    7. Gari
      Gari 18 March 2013 16: 56
      +5
      Quote: botur
      Keep money in the savings bank
      1. S_mirnov
        S_mirnov 18 March 2013 17: 56
        +5
        "Keep your money in a savings bank" - oligarchs will never store stolen goods in Russia, in Russian banks. And the savings of the common people are a drop in the ocean.
        And it would be interesting to know who actually owns Sberbank? This is a private bank.
        1. Gari
          Gari 19 March 2013 09: 34
          +3
          The share of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation in the authorized capital of Sberbank of Russia OJSC is 50% plus one voting share, in voting shares - 52,32%. The remaining shareholders of Sberbank of Russia are more than 273 thousand legal entities and individuals. The share of individuals in the authorized capital of the bank is about 9%, and the share of foreign investors is more than 24% (.http: //ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/sberbank of Russia.
          But in general, the photo is a savings book of Sberbank of the USSR.
          1. S_mirnov
            S_mirnov 19 March 2013 10: 54
            0
            "The share of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation in the authorized capital of Sberbank of Russia is 50% plus one voting share,"
            It all fits together, shitty thing!
            http://rus-up.ru/index.php/gos/gosud/econ/1578-2011-12-29-14-13-09
      2. cdrt
        cdrt 19 March 2013 18: 40
        0
        Store ... in a savings bank

        So we have mastered the technology of the volume of deposits much earlier and in a more complete form wink not 10% was taken away, but 90%
    8. BARKAS
      BARKAS 18 March 2013 19: 15
      +3
      Patriotic education will primarily affect companies such as Gazprom Sberbank VTB and Lukoil, they have the largest deposits in Cyprus! I would like to hear their comments on this matter.
      1. S_mirnov
        S_mirnov 18 March 2013 19: 46
        +3
        there were already comments from their owners: "Vladimir Putin believes that the introduction of an additional tax on bank deposits in Cyprus, if such a decision is made," will be unfair, unprofessional and dangerous "
        1. ochakow703
          ochakow703 19 March 2013 20: 57
          +1
          Therefore, in order to achieve justice, let's save our money at the expense of our people ... and forget about debt.
    9. Suhov
      Suhov 18 March 2013 23: 14
      +4
      Quote: botur
      We say many thanks to the Cypriot government for its contribution to the patriotic education of the Russian elite.

      You wishful thinking.
      Quote: botur
      Keep money in the savings bank

      In the savings bank? Thank!
      Cypriots plan to select only a part.
      Sberbank in the early 90s took almost everything.
      A part is certainly less than the whole, but still it is more than nothing.
    10. psdf
      psdf 19 March 2013 04: 22
      +1
      A peculiar situation - the hands of the leader of Cyprus destroy his own (Cyprus) banking system. In the near future, it seems that the economy of Cyprus will completely collapse.
    11. cumastra1
      cumastra1 19 March 2013 13: 40
      0
      Yes, keep it in a savings bank, especially if you have them! botur + article +
      How to add quotes? I won’t figure it out.
    12. igor.borov775
      igor.borov775 19 March 2013 14: 52
      +1
      There’s one problem why our authorities got alarmed, Okay, the first persons of the state spoke about it, the owners of deposits spoke about it, it’s not so easy that the authorities were alarmed with these deposits, for some reason the British are calm, and they have much more capital, Here’s completely different, 2010 American Tax The service began to pressure Swiss Banks with a demand to transfer the lists of American investors, the charge was serious not paying taxes, this is very serious, the banks were pushing and gave the required, Germany and England came next and also received the required, It was just the turn of Cyprus, When DAM was the president, there was a delegation from Switzerland, then there was a proposal to conclude an agreement on the transfer of data on the accounts of Russians, we don’t remember the answer, so everything is perceived correctly there and we have a tragedy, How can we fight corruption if such reaction,
      1. Tverichanka
        Tverichanka 19 March 2013 21: 22
        0
        Quote: igor.borov775
        The British for some reason are calm,

        No one is calm, you are mistaken. Over the past 15 years, most countries have carried out banking operations through the banks of Cyprus (why, I hope, it is understandable), including Sberbank and VTB, well, many, many banks in Europe. The problem is not as simple as it seems to some. It is much deeper. All the offshores were not invented by us and, accordingly, not only banks and companies of the Russian Federation were used ... In general, by and large, this is another attempt to control world finances and here everyone has something to lose the level of economies, of course. One can only rejoice if Russia thus strengthens its influence. Today the following statement of the Minister of Finance of Cyprus was made - "Without consultations with Moscow, we will not resolve this issue" ... So for now we are a plus, right?
        1. igor.borov775
          igor.borov775 20 March 2013 11: 33
          0
          What are you saying? Really the British authorities got excited, While they are watching with interest all the actions in CYPRUS
    13. Goldmitro
      Goldmitro 19 March 2013 22: 06
      0
      <<< Let's say a big thank you to the Cypriot government for its contribution to the patriotic education of the Russian elite >>>
      Blessed are those who believe that the so-called "Russian elite" can be fostered with patriotism! For them, brought up on market ideals, on Western values, where the main thing is to take care of oneself beloved, so that their own ass ... is warm, and the rest does not give a damn, Russia was, is and will remain, as Berezovsky said, a FREE HUNTING zone ... And what is happening in Cyprus is an extra incentive to "strip" one more skin from unfortunate Russia, without feeling any remorse simply because of the lack of it!
    14. Goldmitro
      Goldmitro 19 March 2013 22: 07
      0
      <<< Let's say a big thank you to the Cypriot government for its contribution to the patriotic education of the Russian elite >>>
      Blessed are those who believe that the so-called "Russian elite" can be fostered with patriotism! For them, brought up on market ideals, on Western values, where the main thing is to take care of oneself beloved, so that their own ass ... is warm, and the rest does not give a damn, Russia was, is and will remain, as Berezovsky said, a FREE HUNTING zone ... And what is happening in Cyprus is an extra incentive to "strip" one more skin from unfortunate Russia, without feeling any remorse simply because of the lack of it!
  2. Vadivak
    Vadivak 18 March 2013 10: 41
    +5
    You can not escape from fate

    50 of thousands of Russians permanently residing in Cyprus also came under attack. In the hands of the Russians are more than 25% of bank deposits and a third of foreign investment.
    1. Bezarius
      Bezarius 18 March 2013 10: 58
      10
      Rejoice for these lucky \ o /
      1. Yarbay
        Yarbay 18 March 2013 12: 58
        +4
        Quote: Bezarius

        Rejoice for these lucky ones

        In principle, it was clear long ago that sooner or later there the economy would collapse !!
        Cyprus economy is closely interconnected with the Greek!
        1. Ascetic
          Ascetic 18 March 2013 13: 42
          18
          Quote: Yarbay
          In principle, it was clear long ago that sooner or later there the economy would collapse !!
          Cyprus economy is closely interconnected with the Greek!


          Not only Greek. There is a risk that panic may occur in the eurozone countries: citizens will rush to banks and demand their deposits back for fear that other European governments may introduce a similar tax. There will be a domino effect like ours on black Thursday 1998. when citizens in a panic besieged bankrupt banks.
          Many also say that Germany had a hand in this, which has no reason to pay EU debts alone. And for Germany, Gazprom and the figure of Putin seem to be looming to me. The words of Peskov that the fiscal policy of the European Union and Cyprus will force European business to pay attention to Russia.
          "Whoever considers the situation in Russia more attractive will transfer business, and whoever finds it less attractive will not transfer it. Business and capital can exist only in conditions of freedom, including freedom of choice. We have this freedom of choice,"

          They suggest some thoughts. Allodrans already left Moscow without salty slurping, never fulfilling their promises "pacify Putin"
          Of all those who tried to teach Putin to live, there is nobody in power today, almost all have sunk into political oblivion. Russia now has real values ​​in the form of raw materials, and not unsecured pieces of paper.

          DAILYMEDIA analysts say that Putin is preparing a very unpleasant surprise in Germany. As soon as the moment comes, Putin will surely “pop out the bristle” for Mrs. Merkel. She has been asking for this for a long time. In any case, it will cost Germany a lot. Mrs. Merkel should already have taken care of the grace of sins before the portrait of Putin, but this is all ahead.
          1. Yarbay
            Yarbay 18 March 2013 15: 25
            +1
            Quote: Ascetic
            Not only Greek. There is a risk that panic may occur in the eurozone countries: citizens will rush to banks and demand their deposits back for fear that other European governments may introduce a similar tax. There will be a domino effect like ours on black Thursday 1998. when citizens in a panic besieged bankrupt banks.

            Absolutely right!!
            I think if the EU does not shake up and achieve the abolition of this tax, then it is fraught !!
            After all, Cyprus is a member of the EU!

            Vladimir Putin believes that the introduction of an additional tax on bank deposits in Cyprus, if such a decision is made, "will be unfair, unprofessional and dangerous." The meeting discussed the economic situation in the Eurozone, in particular in Cyprus.
            http://news.rambler.ru/18137006/
            1. lechatormosis
              lechatormosis 18 March 2013 16: 02
              +1
              Mr. KIRIENKO, it was great then to hang noodles on our citizens’s ears.
            2. Ascetic
              Ascetic 18 March 2013 19: 02
              +6
              Quote: Yarbay
              Vladimir Putin believes that the introduction of an additional tax on bank deposits in Cyprus, if such a decision is made, "will be unfair, unprofessional and dangerous." The meeting discussed the economic situation in the Eurozone, in particular in Cyprus.


              This is all a screen .. The IMF put pressure, nonsense. Only gas, it was necessary to collapse Cyprus through Merkel and at the same time to shake the euro (in the interests of Germany) in order to force Cyprus to pay for the granted loan with a license for gas fields (see comm. Below). The same thing happened with the setup of Tymoshenko smile
            3. Tverichanka
              Tverichanka 19 March 2013 01: 24
              +1
              [quote = Yarbay] Why the EU will intervene, if it is they who force Cyprus to take such a decision, otherwise they will not allocate financial assistance ...
            4. AlexW
              AlexW 19 March 2013 04: 51
              +1
              Yarbay - "if the EU doesn’t get involved and will not achieve the abolition of the tax" -There are those times! So the EU is the initiator of this law - the EU is cutting out pens in Cyprus! "If the EU does not bother" - the EU has been there for a long time laughing
          2. S_mirnov
            S_mirnov 18 March 2013 17: 59
            +5
            "It is Russia that now has real values ​​in the form of raw materials, and not unsecured pieces of paper." - that is why we happily sell our "real values" abroad for "unsecured" pieces of paper, and keep the stabilization fund in these pieces of paper! recourse
            1. Ascetic
              Ascetic 18 March 2013 19: 31
              11
              Quote: S_mirnov
              It is Russia that now has real values ​​in the form of raw materials, and not unsecured pieces of paper. "- that's why we happily sell our" real values ​​"abroad for" unsecured "pieces of paper, and keep the stabilization fund in these pieces of paper!


              Our Stabilization Fund is located in the United States because we lost to them the cold war.
              The Horde paid the same tribute, and today they are forced to pay. For they are also weak and dependent. After Alexander Nevsky and Ivan Kalita, Dmitry Donskoy will definitely come. And there comes the turn of Ivan III. And the yoke will fall. Be patient - everything has its time ...
              1. Karabin
                Karabin 18 March 2013 19: 47
                +6
                Ascetic, you are inimitable. By your analogy, we now have the reign of Alexander Nevsky. Do you suggest being patient for a couple of hundred years?
                1. S_mirnov
                  S_mirnov 18 March 2013 20: 37
                  +4
                  Yes, Vova Pitersky is not Alexander Nevsky for you!
                2. Ascetic
                  Ascetic 19 March 2013 01: 27
                  +6
                  Quote: Karabin
                  Ascetic, you are inimitable. By your analogy, we now have the reign of Alexander Nevsky. Do you suggest being patient for a couple of hundred years?

                  No sooner is Ivan Kalita-
              2. S_mirnov
                S_mirnov 18 March 2013 20: 36
                +2
                But so far, here, to the very point:
                http://demotivation.me/tk3wqpziphbopic.html
                to point
              3. Normal
                Normal 18 March 2013 22: 11
                +6
                Quote: Ascetic
                Our Stabilization Fund is located in the United States because we lost the Cold War to them.
                The Horde was paid tribute in the same way, and today they are forced to pay.

                The Cold War was lost at the end of the 20th century. They paid for this with the withdrawal of troops from Europe, the loss of influence in third world countries, the abandonment of their ideology and the collapse of the Union. Few? It seemed to the Putin team that it was not enough. And so we are leaving bases in Vietnam and Cuba. Not enough again? And now we are exchanging non-renewable resources for cut paper, and we are holding this paper with our political opponents, while our production is bent without long-term loans. And all this our government does voluntarily, without any resistance to enemies. And in the courtyard is already the 21st century
                It is believed that the Horde paid tribute after the Batu invasion and the defeat of Russia. Something I do not recall the capture by the NATO troops of Ryazan and Vladimir, Rostov and Suzdal, Tver and Nizhny Novgorod. Even Kozelsk did not see NATO tumens under its walls. So what is asked? Are we paying too much tribute for the princely label for Putin?
                Quote: Ascetic
                For the weak are also dependent

                Well then, I must say that the GDP is a vassal of the West and it is not given to it (not timely) to free Russia from dependence. As soon as he admits this, I will calm down and wait for Dmitry Donskoy
                1. S_mirnov
                  S_mirnov 18 March 2013 22: 43
                  +1
                  Neither add nor add. good
                2. DPN
                  DPN 24 March 2013 00: 05
                  0
                  It’s impossible to bring down the GDP, he still blames Russia, strengthens it. Question for WHO?
                  And while we pay for the labeled, eBN and not drowned Red.
                  Normal to you ++
              4. DPN
                DPN 23 March 2013 23: 50
                0
                I’m afraid of the current generation, until these glorious times and not live.
            2. DPN
              DPN 23 March 2013 23: 46
              0
              Very true, the rulers are afraid that the paper will end up in the toilet with nothing to do. That's why they need greens! in exchange for energy!
          3. Tverichanka
            Tverichanka 19 March 2013 01: 18
            0
            Great comment! Accurately, clearly, understandably. Well, and thanks, of course, for that.
    2. GSH-18
      GSH-18 18 March 2013 11: 22
      +4
      Quote: Vadivak
      50 of thousands of Russians permanently residing in Cyprus also came under attack. In the hands of the Russians are more than 25% of bank deposits and a third of foreign investment.

      It's just that these 50 thousand "gussky" did not watch "Ivan Vasilyevich is changing his profession" laughing KEEP MONEY IN THE SAVINGS CASH! Ane in Cyprus wassat
    3. Petrovich-2
      Petrovich-2 18 March 2013 11: 25
      16
      50 thousand Russians also came under attack .... In the hands of the Russians are more than 25% of bank deposits and a third of foreign investment.


      I can not express my condolences, since I am not one of these 50 thousand and in my hands are not more than 25% of bank deposits and a third of foreign investment in Cyprus.
      I can’t be glad either.
      Somehow I'm neither cold nor hot.
      I have Russia, Cyprus is not my homeland.
    4. Cadets
      Cadets 18 March 2013 11: 33
      10
      Quote: Vadivak
      You can not escape from fate

      50 of thousands of Russians permanently residing in Cyprus also came under attack. In the hands of the Russians are more than 25% of bank deposits and a third of foreign investment.

      Poor fellows, for a long time and stubbornly hid "acquired by back-breaking labor" in offshore banks ... and now, as young people say - a pichalka recourse
    5. DPN
      DPN 23 March 2013 23: 40
      0
      Russians live in Russia, and the rest call themselves citizens of the WORLD. On television, people often call themselves that having dual citizenship.
  3. Snegovok
    Snegovok 18 March 2013 10: 43
    +3
    Definitely, a storm is approaching a quiet harbor ... Many have probably moved, it's a pity that ordinary citizens will suffer, as always, and everyone who needs to have transferred their savings to accounts in other countries long ago.
    1. Rashid
      Rashid 18 March 2013 10: 52
      +5
      You might think that money is safe in other "democratic" countries. They will quickly "freeze" or come up with something else, like, obtained by criminal means, and the capitals of our oligarchs are such. There is no salvation for the poor Russian oligarchs.
    2. buga1979
      buga1979 18 March 2013 11: 17
      +5
      what ordinary citizens do you show how easy a citizen with a contribution of 100 euros in cyprus
    3. S_mirnov
      S_mirnov 18 March 2013 20: 38
      0
      http://demotivation.me/tk3wqpziphbopic.html
  4. Trailer
    Trailer 18 March 2013 10: 45
    10
    Nonsense! Our rich are not patriots. They are just travelers, like their money, who now simply migrate to another offshore island.
    1. Curculum
      Curculum 18 March 2013 10: 56
      +6
      Quote: Karavan
      which now simply migrate to another offshore island.

      It is highly doubtful that this would be without consequences for these "travelers":
      "The Central Bank of Cyprus has banned all Cypriot banks from any money transfers and payments, both in the country and abroad, according to the Cypriot website www.24h.com.cy, citing a document that came into its possession."
      http://ria.ru/economy/20130317/927696103.html#13635875311213&message=resize&relt

      o = register & action = addClass & value = registration
      PS The equivalent of the goods does not disappear and is not created, it moves from one pocket to another (usurer motto).
      1. Petrospek
        Petrospek 18 March 2013 11: 14
        11
        So now the grandmother will remove them - and again allow transfers. Well this is done so that people do not pull money out of there without paying tax.

        Yes, it presses the life of the rich, then Switzerland provides data on personal accounts to Americans, now this is, well, where to keep honestly stolen money for a real businessman and an effective manager ??
        1. bootlegger
          bootlegger 18 March 2013 11: 20
          +1
          I think they will freeze the rest for an indefinite period. Otherwise, it is not at all clear what they count on. Because after this action, after the withdrawal of funds, the capital will run away headlong ....
        2. Atlon
          Atlon 18 March 2013 11: 38
          +6
          Quote: Petrospek
          So now the grandmother will remove them - and again allow transfers.

          Is not a fact! Imagine:
          Firstly, it was announced on Friday night. Banks have already closed. ATMs issued cash with restrictions (in one hand) and in a couple of hours across the country, cash was withdrawn!
          Secondly, after such a robbery, many, if not all, rush to withdraw money, but! There is NEVER enough money in the bank to give all the deposits to everyone. Means: either bankruptcy (which is doubtful), or again restrictions (due to panic). So they won’t let anyone go anywhere! laughing They just cut the wool, and they won’t let them out of the corral. That's all.
          1. Cpa
            Cpa 18 March 2013 12: 00
            +1
            There was news that the central bank banned operations and transfers before a decision was made.
          2. Petrospek
            Petrospek 18 March 2013 14: 06
            0
            no, no, it’s about transfers, it’s not necessary to withdraw 2 ljam to transfer to another bank, it’s just transfers, and money, but then Cyprus will have to default, or limit the amount of transfers from Cyprus.
            1. anip
              anip 19 March 2013 05: 42
              +1
              So transfers are also blocked.
    2. GSH-18
      GSH-18 18 March 2013 11: 27
      +4
      Quote: Karavan
      Nonsense! Our rich are not patriots. They are just travelers, like their money, who now simply migrate to another offshore island.

      Offshore islands are usually the first candidates to "fly out" in a global crisis. Now the domino principle will work, the first die has already fallen yes
      These "friends" will now rush with their blood-plundered all over the world! laughing Sit back - show begins laughing
      1. S_mirnov
        S_mirnov 18 March 2013 20: 39
        +2
        Already begun! Remember Depardieu!
    3. Botanologist
      Botanologist 18 March 2013 13: 52
      0
      which now simply migrate to another offshore island.

      It's just scary to roam now belay . First, a bad example is contagious. Secondly, the euro may fall after similar experiments. But in the third - the secret of deposits is crumbling. After all, you have to deal with saving the dough quickly, and speed is not very compatible with conspiracy.
      So - gentlemen, please make contributions! (O. Bender).
  5. Anna
    Anna 18 March 2013 10: 50
    +5
    Thanks to Western "democracy" for a patriotic lesson to our thieves - corrupt officials and others who take money offshore. Money - back to Russia
    1. cdrt
      cdrt 19 March 2013 19: 02
      +1
      Russia has a prosecutor’s office and what its employees are. And since the majority of owners have a stigma in the fluff, they will NEVER return their place here: here they will either simply be taken away during the raids, or when they Suddenly squeeze the case, you will lose everything. It is worth remembering the owner of the Euroset wink
      So - there will be a "creative" approach from gaining - to choose different offshore companies wink
  6. BARKAS
    BARKAS 18 March 2013 10: 50
    +6
    This storm will soon get to other island offshore territories one thing is bad, this money will save someone else's economy.
    1. alexng
      alexng 18 March 2013 11: 25
      +3
      Quote: BARKAS
      one thing is bad, this money will save someone else's economy

      They will not save already. Such a medicine acts once and the effect of it is more negative than positive. It’s just that the Euro-pads are already grabbing at everything that comes to hand just to prolong the agony of the Euro-ford.
    2. old rocket man
      old rocket man 18 March 2013 12: 49
      +4
      They will not save anyone, this money is a purely expendable material, for the government, a decrease in economic activity is killing bank capital, there are no changes for the better in the near future, there is practically no industry in offshore companies, due to the lack of demand for loans, banks are losing profits and are consequently decreasing tax revenues, IMHO, the state is forced to cut the budget, then everything in a circle exponentially Death to world capital drinks
      1. Normal
        Normal 18 March 2013 17: 08
        +2
        Quote: Old Rocketman
        Death to world capital

        Khazin seems to be right; the middle class, in the absence of competition to capitalism, is not needed. Capitalism in its classical version is not needed either. Therefore, everyone who has money, but without power, can consider themselves hamsters (the amount of capital does not really matter). Neofeudalism is coming, where even the new feudal lord, and the new PRIEST will play the main violin. There cannot be many of them, all the rest will be powerless vassals and mob in the service of a handful of priests
        1. Garrin
          Garrin 18 March 2013 20: 20
          +3
          Quote: Normal
          Neofeudalism is coming, where the main violin will be played not even by a new feudal lord, but by a new PRIEST. There cannot be many of them, all the rest will be powerless vassals and mob in the service of a handful of priests

          They said everything correctly. And we go there by leaps and bounds. The only encouraging thing is that I still don’t have time to live.
  7. fenix57
    fenix57 18 March 2013 10: 54
    +9
    Welcome to the island of bad luck for the Russian "appointed" oligarchs.
    1. evgen762
      evgen762 18 March 2013 12: 20
      17
      Most likely, the "oligarchs" will come to an agreement with Cyprus. Russia will give Cyprus money, and their deposits will not be touched. And we will pay for the "oligarchs" ourselves, and not for the first time.
      1. Mikado
        Mikado 18 March 2013 12: 55
        +3
        Gazprom is already in the forefront fussing, offers assistance to Cyprus. Our cockroaches ran in.
        1. Ascetic
          Ascetic 18 March 2013 13: 57
          10
          Quote: Mikado
          Gazprom is already in the forefront fussing, offers assistance to Cyprus. Our cockroaches ran in.


          ... in exchange for licenses for the extraction of natural gas in the exclusive economic zone of Cyprus. The fight for Leviathan has already begun. The brown line on the map is the Cyprus zone. Putin may verbally condemn the “unfair” Cyprus tax on deposits, but in fact, as I said above, it has not done without Gazprom, and this news only strengthens my opinion.
          1. AlexW
            AlexW 19 March 2013 05: 02
            +1
            Quote: Ascetic

            ... in exchange for licenses for the extraction of natural gas in the exclusive economic zone of Cyprus. The fight for Leviathan has already begun. The brown line on the map is the Cyprus zone. Putin may verbally condemn the “unfair” Cyprus tax on deposits, but in fact, as I said above, it has not done without Gazprom, and this news only strengthens my opinion.
            IMHO, a license to take away, under any far-fetched pretext, is easier than freezing deposits. There is no need to introduce any law.
      2. sanyabasik
        sanyabasik 18 March 2013 14: 31
        0
        Quote: evgen762
        Most likely, the "oligarchs" will come to an agreement with Cyprus. Russia will give Cyprus money, and their deposits will not be touched. And we will pay for the "oligarchs" ourselves, and not for the first time.

        it will be so, the decision is already made ..
  8. IRBIS
    IRBIS 18 March 2013 10: 56
    13
    If this happens, then I will only be glad. I do not have assets abroad, I pay taxes and sleep peacefully. It is only a pity that the tax on stolen and exported capital will go to someone, and not to the robbed Russia.
    1. Petrospek
      Petrospek 18 March 2013 11: 16
      +7
      But still, in this case, a sense of justice does not leave me))))
    2. Atlon
      Atlon 18 March 2013 11: 41
      +1
      Quote: IRBIS
      It is only a pity that the tax on stolen and exported capital will go to someone, and not to the robbed Russia.

      And you consider that this is our feasible payment for the degrading and collapsing Western world! wink
      1. Gari
        Gari 18 March 2013 14: 48
        +3
        And you consider that this is our feasible payment for the degrading and collapsing Western world!

        Rats run on Misty Albion
        Just recently, the British newspaper Financial Times published a very remarkable article on the situation with the migration of Russian millionaires and billionaires to Foggy Albion. Based on data from the border agency of the United Kingdom, the publication’s experts conclude that according to the results of the 12 months that ended in June of this year, the total number of Russian citizens applying for so-called investment visas to obtain citizenship of Great Britain jumped as much as 78% - from 235 to 419 people.
        The simplest arithmetic calculation shows that our millionaires and billionaires have invested £ 500 million or 25 billion rubles in the UK economy alone over the past year according to the most minimal estimates and modest estimates.
        According to the current legislation, with an investment of 1 million pounds, the waiting time for citizenship is 6 years, and permanent residence can be obtained after 5 years. When investing 5 million - permanent residence after 3 years and citizenship after 5 years. When investing 10 million pounds - permanent residence after 2 years and citizenship for the 5th year
        After simplifying the procedure for obtaining an investment visa to the UK, which has long been loved by Russian oligarchs, a flood of wealthy Russians poured in.
        According to official data of the same Border Agency of the United Kingdom, Russian citizens account for over 25% of all positive decisions on issuing investment visas, which allow obtaining permanent residence and UK citizenship in the long term from 2 to 6 years (depending on the size of investments in the British economy)
        The rest who are interested can find http://www.nakanune.ru/service/print.php?articles=7205
    3. Suhov
      Suhov 18 March 2013 15: 14
      +1
      Quote: IRBIS
      I pay taxes and sleep peacefully

      If there is where to sleep, it means that not all taxes are paid ... wassat
  9. predator.3
    predator.3 18 March 2013 10: 56
    +6
    "The tax - 6,75% on deposits up to 100 thousand euros and 9,9% on deposits above this amount - is one of the indispensable conditions for providing Cyprus with an emergency package of assistance from the EU and the IMF in the amount of 10 billion euros (13 billion dollars)."

    Few ! you need to bang 20-30 percent! there, according to conservative estimates, our "shift workers" - the oligarchs keep 25-30 billion dollars !
    1. djon3volta
      djon3volta 18 March 2013 12: 50
      +4
      in all science fiction films, the space robbers of the future deal only with cash, this is the most reliable money, unlike the virtual ones that are on the cards! remember ALIEN the fourth part, MISSION OF THE SERENETI, etc.
      the government of Cyprus could calmly and deduct 50% from the cards, and even 100% of all virtual money!
      so I want to say - if you have the opportunity not to have a plastic card and work with cash, then do not rush to get a card. why? well, at least because 100% of Cypriots did not worry about their virtual funds on Thursday, but on Friday from them wrote off the amount or write off wassat
      1. AlexW
        AlexW 19 March 2013 05: 12
        +2
        Quote: djon3volta
        in all science fiction films, the space robbers of the future deal only with cash, this is the most reliable money, unlike the virtual ones that are on the cards! remember ALIEN the fourth part, MISSION OF THE SERENETI, etc.
        the government of Cyprus could calmly and deduct 50% from the cards, and even 100% of all virtual money!
        so I want to say - if you have the opportunity not to have a plastic card and work with cash, then do not rush to get a card. why? well, at least because 100% of Cypriots did not worry about their virtual funds on Thursday, but on Friday from them wrote off the amount or write off wassat

        Imagine -1 million under the mattress laughing Do you lobby Domushnikov? Does Shikoko eat inflation? It was already in history — bags of paper money that no one needed — after another sudden monetary reform. You need to invest in real things - land, at home - in the children in the end. Liquidity is certainly not very, but more reliable than in colored paper.
        1. cdrt
          cdrt 19 March 2013 19: 10
          0
          The funniest thing I saw was Uzbek soums. The most common piece of paper is 1000sum. 1 dollar 2500 soums approximately. 100 dollars (a day in a hotel) 250000 soums (2.5 bank bundles). A week - $ 700 - almost 20 packs wink to the grocery store - and then a pack :-))) keep them at home wink
  10. Cpa
    Cpa 18 March 2013 10: 59
    +4
    It seems to me that Russia contributed to this, offshore shaking. Deripaska was going to withdraw assets, well, now? Russia is Cyprus’s strategic partner, since 2011 of the year, then they found gas and oil in their water area. This measure was not an urgent need, investors already started mining.
  11. zvereok
    zvereok 18 March 2013 11: 06
    +2
    The reaction of our authorities is curious. They gave a loan to Cyprus, but they will get the money stolen in Russia back ... Unless they forgive of course.
  12. eretik
    eretik 18 March 2013 11: 08
    +4
    Most of all, it infuriates that they climbed in themselves, and they want to get out at the expense of someone. It’s certainly good that our hucksters are taught, but this is our money (and I want to believe that they will return to the treasury) and we only have to decide what tax to tax them .This money should work for the benefit of our country, and not the rotting heroes. It is interesting how the Tolerasts would react if we arrested each of their branches and obligated us to pay 10% of the profits. And in Cyprus, the law was carried out the evening before the weekend, all operations with banned with money, at ATMs they give no more than 200 euros (if any) and now they are waiting for a vote.

    PS There was information that money had already been withdrawn.
    1. djon3volta
      djon3volta 18 March 2013 12: 57
      -2
      Quote: eretik
      how would the Tolerasts react if we arrested each of their branches and obligated us to pay 10% of the profits. And in Cyprus that is

      in the morning hamsters led by Navalnyonok would have balamuti people in the internet, they say Putin robbed all Russians))) they only give a reason to give them meetings in April and May, the news was yesterday. See Gudkov went to the US for the money.
  13. Bekzat
    Bekzat 18 March 2013 11: 09
    +3
    Greetings to all, here is an offshore zone for you, I wonder where they will now "tarry honestly earned, with blood and sweat,"?
    1. Mikado
      Mikado 18 March 2013 14: 26
      0
      few chtoli offshore islands in the oceans
  14. albanec
    albanec 18 March 2013 11: 12
    +6
    The West is helping us more and more!
    Magnitsky’s Law!
    Cyprus law!
    At the same time, the West thinks it is putting pressure on us laughing
    1. sergo0000
      sergo0000 18 March 2013 17: 30
      +2
      Quote: albanec
      The West is helping us more and more!
      Magnitsky’s Law!
      Cyprus law!
      At the same time, the West thinks it is putting pressure on us laughing

      I think that the West is now in a zugzwang position (the situation in a chess game, where each subsequent move only worsens the situation) ..
      So tell me after that that Putin is a useless player!)))))
  15. avt
    avt 18 March 2013 11: 14
    +6
    It's funny. When the population was shod with Sberbank deposits in the 90s by means of a Gaidar, the most "smart" rushed west to offshore. So what? They tied their balls with a string and gave it to the end of common people. They have such democracy and respect for private property! laughing Not like we have "sovkov". Now, according to the law, the common people will take the cream off them. And why do I not feel sorry for the "compatriots"? Ayayay.
    1. Nayhas
      Nayhas 19 March 2013 09: 11
      0
      C'mon, there people lost 90%, but here only 9,9% will survive ...
  16. max111
    max111 18 March 2013 11: 14
    +5
    A great moment to enact laws on deoffshorization. Such a moment must not be missed
  17. Opera
    Opera 18 March 2013 11: 18
    +5
    With everything in the article, you can agree except one. It’s impossible to make sovereigns out of * the people of the world * even by hitting them! Not only that, it is DANGEROUS!
    Imagine Berezovsky in a red sickle and hammer scarf, wiping tricolor streams of tears of remorse on the graves of his ancestors, belching curses against Western democracy and threatening his fist in the direction of the promised land ... CRUNCH! SEE AT NIGHT - THE FLOOR OF THE CLOTHES QUILTED TO SWALLOW !!!!
    1. GSH-18
      GSH-18 18 March 2013 11: 43
      0
      Quote: Oper
      It’s impossible to make sovereigns out of * the people of the world * even by hitting them!

      These can no longer be fixed. But to show the thirsty, how to do it, because it ends like this, it’s worth it. There is definitely a certain benefit for the country in this. yes
    2. opkozak
      opkozak 18 March 2013 13: 07
      +5
      Berezovsky sells Lenin to Warhol's brush to crawl out of a debt hole

      LONDON, March 18. Russian businessman Berezovsky, living in exile in London, put up for auction the painting of the American artist Andy Warhol "Red Lenin"

      The painting will be sold at Christie's in London on 20 March. Its initial cost is estimated at £ 50.

      Berezovsky is selling part of his property in order to pay off his loan debts and pay for the services of lawyers. “The person who, during the reign of Boris Yeltsin, claimed that together with six oligarchs controlled half of the Russian economy, would have to lead a more modest lifestyle than the one he was used to,” writes The Times.

      Berezovsky also dismisses part of the people working for him, closes an office in Mayfair, sells several mansions and puts up for auction the classic Rolls-Royce model, released in 1927.

      Recall that earlier Berezovsky through the court demanded that Roman Abramovich pay him several billion dollars, but lost.

      I eat pineapples, grouse chew ....
      1. alex13-61
        alex13-61 18 March 2013 21: 46
        +2
        This worm will not disappear ... if it is even worse ... it will sew a little more ..
      2. opkozak
        opkozak 23 March 2013 22: 30
        +1
        Good God, save and save! If I can take the words back!


        On Saturday, March 23, at the age of 67, the Russian businessman Boris Berezovsky died. This was announced on Facebook by his son-in-law Yegor Schuppe. The oligarch was found dead in a bath in his home in the British capital. The building currently houses coroners. Russian law enforcement agencies have not yet received official notification of the death of Boris Berezovsky.
        23.03.2013 20:36
        "Just got a call from London. Boris Abramovich Berezovsky committed suicide ... He was a difficult man. A gesture of despair? Impossibility to live in the poor? A series of blows? I'm afraid that no one will know the truth," lawyer Alexander Dobrovinsky responded to the news. time was in a terrible, terrible state: only debts, he was practically broke, sold paintings and something else. Badri Patarkatsishvili's death was a terrible blow for Berezovsky. I also know from our mutual acquaintances that the other day he asked them for five thousands of dollars for a ticket to fly somewhere. "
    3. Suhov
      Suhov 18 March 2013 15: 25
      -1
      Quote: Oper
      Imagine Berezovsky in a red sickle and hammer scarf, wiping tricolor streams of tears of remorse on the graves of his ancestors, belching curses against Western democracy and threatening his fist in the direction of the promised land ... CRUNCH! SEE AT NIGHT - THE FLOOR OF THE CLOTHES QUILTED TO SWALLOW !!!!

      I read it several times, I didn’t understand anything, but fear crept in !!!
      HURROR !!! wassat

      Joke...
    4. AlexW
      AlexW 19 March 2013 05: 20
      -1
      The patriots of moneybags and those who hold power cannot be made - they think in other categories. But they will be forced to become sovereigns, at least out of an innate sense of self-preservation.
  18. zvereok
    zvereok 18 March 2013 11: 24
    0
    Being a contributor is not humane in relation to oneself; it is better to be a debtor. This is about America and our Stab Fund. By the way, what kind of debt does our corporate sector have to Europe? Can chip his percent on 15?
  19. Atlon
    Atlon 18 March 2013 11: 27
    16
    I didn’t have time ... For a long time I was going to think about the best way to write on this subject ... Oh well! Just a few thoughts (the article will be gone).

    Thought one: "Keep your money in a savings bank!"



    Remember recently discussed on VO, as "Magnitsky law" influenced helped Putin introduce a law prohibiting officials from keeping money in foreign banks? And then, a law banning the opening of branches of foreign banks in Russia? How on time ... Probably, someone thought: "Again, the" bloody regime "violates human rights!" But it turned out ... It turned out that no one cares about their officials better than Putin! We warned you! Well, you didn't want to listen ...

    Thought two: "Don't hide your money in banks and corners ..."




    So, the Cyprus offshore decided to shake and shocked. Everything is modest in Europe. Up to 100 euros the fee is 000%, over - 6.75% plus a profit of 9,9%. In total, 12,5 billion eureka will be withdrawn from account holders in offshore in Cyprus. Accounts are immediately frozen for withdrawal fees. But do you want to add global inflation here? Get at least 5,8% of the inflationary fall in the cost of savings per year. In general, it is better for account holders in Cyprus to immediately consider that they will have 10% savings by July. Profit taxes will be levied over the past year. Oh, cool Bernanke, very cool, back in 25 he promised Europe that the crisis would hit them, America alone would not pay for the crisis, and then Europe would have no time for economic spurt. I’ll translate it from Serbo-Croatian - offshore companies will have to tight. Cyprus is only the beginning.

    Thought three: "Homeland is where the ass is warm and you know it as well as me!"



    It seems to have overlaid our oligarchs from all sides. Bank accounts in Cyprus are frozen until Wednesday. Electronic transfers are blocked. Estimated by the Financial Times:
    - Russians can lose up to 3,5 billion euros if the Cypriot authorities write off the tax on all bank deposits in the country.
    In general, 3,5 billion euros, not too much price, for a good lesson! It’s time for our officials, the oligarchs and others, to learn and understand that they have the money that they own only as long as London and Washington want it. Real estate abroad will be considered their property, as long as the local leadership allows them to think so. And only one thing can be a guarantee of their security and stability; it is a stable, powerful and prosperous Russian State. No Western values ​​and notorious human rights will protect not their money, not their property. They are the owners, as long as it is justified by expediency. So isn’t it better to invest in your homeland and build your paradise on earth here? After all, it is known that the Motherland is still not where the ass is warm, but where the graves of your ancestors are!
    1. Curculum
      Curculum 18 March 2013 12: 03
      +1
      Greetings, dear! hi
      In your opinion, are the banks of the tribaltics next in line?
      1. Atlon
        Atlon 18 March 2013 12: 24
        +7
        Quote: Kurkul
        Greetings, dear!

        Mutually!

        Quote: Kurkul
        In your opinion, are the banks of the tribaltics next in line?

        I am not an economist, it’s hard for me to judge this. But the fact that this is an interesting precedent (from the creation of the world) is an irrefutable fact! laughing And you know what else? The notorious "hand of Moscow" is increasingly appearing to me in the completely illogical decisions of the Western "elites". By the way, recent news. Election of a new pope. As you know, he is radically opposed to queers, he was even accused of trying to unleash new inquisitorial repressions ... What is this, again "the hand of Moscow"? The impression is that the bilderberg club has either suddenly lost its mind, or ... Has a new force appeared on the world stage? So far, only questions, I have no answers.
        1. Curculum
          Curculum 18 March 2013 12: 45
          +2
          Quote: Atlon
          But the fact that this is an interesting precedent (from the creation of the world) is an irrefutable fact!

          I think it is necessary to clarify: last year, this was already in the relationship between Germany and Switzerland, the text of a cash agreement was even ready, according to which deposits in Swiss banks of German citizens that were made after 2000 should be taxed from 21% to 41% in depending on the volume and term of the deposit, for new investors - a rate of 26,375%. But the Bundesrat thwarted the adoption of such a tax treaty with Switzerland.
          Naturally, it is clear that Cyprus is not Switzerland, here it is possible in another way ...
          Quote: Atlon
          Is there a new force on the world stage? So far, only questions, I have no answers.

          That's right. We stock up on popcorn and calmly observe ... drinks
          1. Atlon
            Atlon 18 March 2013 12: 52
            +4
            Quote: Kurkul
            Stocking up popcorn

            Do not eat this muck !!! am Do you have few native traditions? drinks
            1. Lopatov
              Lopatov 18 March 2013 12: 56
              0
              Native traditional seeds are also not very useful.
              1. Papakiko
                Papakiko 18 March 2013 13: 34
                +1
                Quote: Spade
                Native traditional seeds are also not very useful.

                Throw in a little more "Native Traditions".
                It will be Hemp and Pumpkin and nuts Cedar and Pinioli, Pistachios, Peanuts, Walnuts, Cashews, Hazelnuts, Hazelnuts, ... Dried fruits and Candied fruits. Choice breakthrough and you're all about the "pig" feed. good
              2. Mikhail3
                Mikhail3 18 March 2013 17: 37
                +2
                Fry the peas. If there is nothing but him (that is, to observe the sacred - do not mix!) A gas attack can not be feared. A well-soaked in salt water and slightly fried peas - this is not cotton popcorn ...
            2. Curculum
              Curculum 18 March 2013 13: 16
              +1
              Quote: Atlon
              Do not eat this muck !!!

              I didn’t even think, I figuratively put it. bully
            3. bagel
              bagel 19 March 2013 02: 21
              0
              and what's wrong with corn? sad
              "There is speculation that corn is the world's oldest bread plant."
              http://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%9A%D1%83%D0%BA%D1%83%D1%80%D1%83%D0%B7%D0%B0_%D
              1%81%D0%B0%D1%85%D0%B0%D1%80%D0%BD%D0%B0%D1%8F
          2. Atlon
            Atlon 18 March 2013 12: 54
            +5
            Quote: Kurkul
            last year, this was already in the relationship between Germany and Switzerland, even the text of a tax treaty was prepared, according to which deposits in Swiss banks of German citizens

            Well, in the first place it didn’t take place, and in the second place Germany wanted only to pluck OUR citizens. There is a fundamentally different situation! ALL deposits in ALL banks, ALL citizens of ANY countries should be plucked. And this, you see, is a completely new invention! wink
            1. Curculum
              Curculum 18 March 2013 13: 23
              +2
              Quote: Atlon
              Germany only wanted to pluck its citizens. There is a fundamentally different situation!

              I agree regarding: I repeat, but Cyprus is not Switzerland, and Germany is not the entire EU. Those. the principle is one and the same, the scales are different.
              In fact: they raised a wild boar when it matured in full - it is also possible in the face.
            2. igor.borov775
              igor.borov775 19 March 2013 15: 50
              0
              Yes, there are more British deposits than Russians and no moaning is heard, but we got excited about what it is,
          3. dmitreach
            dmitreach 18 March 2013 22: 38
            0
            And I’m thinking about Switzerland ... It turns out that there was already an attempt ...
            1. igor.borov775
              igor.borov775 19 March 2013 15: 53
              0
              Not only was the list of contributors provided; Forgot; Another thing is that there was no haircut - yes
        2. djon3volta
          djon3volta 18 March 2013 13: 02
          +1
          Quote: Atlon
          So far, only questions, I have no answers.

          Putin planet president? Puppeteer? belay what bully
          1. Atlon
            Atlon 18 March 2013 13: 08
            15
            Quote: djon3volta
            Putin planet president? Puppeteer?

            In fact, Putin is already a brand. And saying "Putin" often means the whole team. Both explicit (Lavrov, Rogozin, Shoigu) and secret. Especially my keen interest is the secret team. One person, even seven inches in the forehead, is not able to play such a game and win games over and over again with deafening success! wink But this team, Putin put together! And the descendants will appreciate it (over time).
            1. Botanologist
              Botanologist 18 March 2013 14: 13
              +4
              Putin is already a brand

              I agree. He would have to shake up the elites, so that theft would not be considered the only form of his life - and everything will be fine.
            2. Petrospek
              Petrospek 18 March 2013 17: 48
              0
              And what rounds does he win over and over again?
              I'm just curious..
              1. Good Ukraine
                Good Ukraine 19 March 2013 01: 54
                0
                Quote: Petrospek
                And what rounds does he win over and over again? I'm just wondering ..


                Name him at least one loss in 13 years.
            3. YuDDP
              YuDDP 18 March 2013 22: 35
              -4
              Quote: Atlon
              Especially my keen interest is the secret team. But this team was put together by Putin!

              But they did not try to take a different look at this question: this team appointed Putin.
              IMHO, or rather, because Putin is by nature a "robot" - he strictly follows instructions. Actually, such people were taken to the KGB - C grade.
              Bright personalities didn’t come there from school.
              1. Tverichanka
                Tverichanka 19 March 2013 02: 00
                +5
                Are you from the personnel department of the KGB? With a competent analysis, many problems can be solved without leaving the office. And finally, my advice to you about the work of this or that structure, and even more intelligence, it is better to have data not from cheap serials, but from more competent sources. Accept this principle and stop putting yourself in an awkward position.
                1. YuDDP
                  YuDDP 19 March 2013 16: 32
                  0
                  Madame Tverichanka, by virtue of my age and my life experience, I can distinguish the tundra from the analysts. And also I understand the principles of personnel selection and career growth in vertical structures. At the same time, I have some obvious knowledge and can compare facts.

                  Remember the joke:
                  - they ask the Armenian radio: is it possible to rape a woman on Red Square?
                  - They answer: theoretically it is possible, but nothing will work.
                  - Why not?
                  - Tips to torture.

                  I appreciate your advice.
                  1. Tverichanka
                    Tverichanka 19 March 2013 21: 45
                    +1
                    Quote: YuDDP
                    I appreciate your advice.

                    Well what are you, what gratitude is empty! Contact, if anything, I will always be glad, especially since the criteria that you have indicated, such as age and great experience, are also available. And accept my best wishes.
            4. Tverichanka
              Tverichanka 19 March 2013 01: 48
              0
              Million pluses! You know how to shed balm, oh, you know how ....
        3. Botanologist
          Botanologist 18 March 2013 14: 07
          10
          Is there a new force on the world stage?

          Appeared, of course. A small furry animal that no one is happy with is a polar fox. fellow . And all the liberals realized that they had played out.
          After all, what is being done in Cyprus will not end with the apology of the government and the snot of the population. The command "SAVE WHO CAN" sounded. Today Cyprus has stolen money, and tomorrow all the deposits will go away and never come. Accordingly, the banks - the Arctic fox. And the economy too.
          Followed by all the governments of similar countries - Portugal, Spain, etc. - fall under suspicion. After all, the recommendations were given by the European Union, and it crossed out the "weak link". Therefore, the next ones are next, and the recommendations will be similar. After all, the EU policy must maintain continuity, right? what
          Therefore, there are two opinions - countries such as Greece are sitting and thinking, and we’ve got such a European Union for us ... And countries like Germany are sitting and thinking - if we don’t hold Cyprus - a complete little furry animal.
          And all this does not give any optimism to the economy, which is already not very ...
          So there is a small proud animal walking on the planet, and do not close your doors - he doesn’t care. He is a telepath.
        4. Tverichanka
          Tverichanka 19 March 2013 01: 44
          +2
          Oh, and how I would like it to be the hand of Moscow ... I will believe in it!
          1. Good Ukraine
            Good Ukraine 19 March 2013 02: 02
            0
            Quote: Tverichanka
            Oh, and how I would like it to be the hand of Moscow ... I will believe in it!


            "Let's fantasize further":
            We agreed with Cyprus on the development of the shelf. - So they paid.
            And the wolves are full and the rams (which were warned) are trimmed. And for the future, the sheep were told where to keep the money boring. And who did not understand, that one more time (maybe two) will pay for processing the next shelf.
            And what? let the oligarchs pay instead of the state !!!
            1. Tverichanka
              Tverichanka 19 March 2013 21: 47
              +1
              Quote: Dobryak Ukraine
              a) pay for processing the next shelf. let the oligarchs pay instead of the state !!!

              Yes, and let me agree. And you?
              1. Good Ukraine
                Good Ukraine 20 March 2013 00: 15
                0
                hi
                Quote: Tverichanka
                Yes, and let me agree. And you?


                With two hands - FOR

                An hour ago, the parliament of Cyprus voted - not a single vote in favor

                And this option is even more interesting.

                http://warfiles.ru/show-26612-daily-mail-rossiya-predlozhila-finansovuyu-pomosch
                -kipru-v-obmen-na-bazu-vms.html

                I think we will soon see a howl in Europe.
                But I hope this is another victory for GDP.
        5. gizz
          gizz 21 March 2013 16: 14
          0
          http://topwar.ru/uploads/images/2013/859/mrqe433.jpg smile
    2. Tektor
      Tektor 18 March 2013 12: 51
      +1
      Most likely, investors will not receive anything at all, because Cypriot banks are waiting for either a limited default, or just default. Those. these banks ALREADY have no real grandmas and will not ...
      1. Atlon
        Atlon 18 March 2013 12: 56
        +5
        Quote: Tektor
        Those. these banks ALREADY have no real grandmas and will not ...

        Amendment ... Not "at these", but at ANY banks! This is the essence of the Jewish system of taking money from citizens around the world. wink Deuteronomy Isaiah, even in the Old Testament describes the modern banking system. laughing
        1. dmitreach
          dmitreach 18 March 2013 22: 42
          0
          "Give your brother neither silver, nor bread, nor anything else that can be given for growth; give it to a foreigner in growth, but don't give it to your brother in growth."
          (Deuteronomy 23: 19-20).

          Are you talking about this?
          1. Atlon
            Atlon 19 March 2013 13: 06
            0
            Quote: dmitreach
            Are you talking about this?

            In particular...
  20. djon3volta
    djon3volta 18 March 2013 11: 29
    +1
    and Putin warned - keep money at home ..
    1. KuigoroZHIK
      KuigoroZHIK 18 March 2013 15: 24
      +1
      If I’m not mistaken, in 2002 he talked about this. fellow
  21. Chukcha
    Chukcha 18 March 2013 11: 36
    +4
    I talked to our financier on this topic. He smiled softly and made a "cross" with his hands - a lot of cash for Russia went exactly through Cyprus. It is possible that in Russia someone will not receive their salary (on time).
    By the way, how is it at Uniastrum Bank - a group of Cyprus banks?
    1. Mikhail3
      Mikhail3 18 March 2013 17: 45
      +5
      Not just cashing. Through Cyprus there is a huge world river of funds to pay for various transactions. And so, all these payments collapsed by ten percent! Cheek pouches of any size are nothing before that. An epidemic will break out tomorrow. In the sense of the mass of "business" people of the legion will die. Some will stab themselves in the back, some will run over themselves with a car, and some will strangle themselves, sitting in a chair, to save time. And the Russian people will not be the leaders here at all. Losing your own is not at all the same as someone else's ...
      1. Tverichanka
        Tverichanka 19 March 2013 02: 05
        0
        Cool script! It’s a pity that no one is sorry ...
  22. Logician
    Logician 18 March 2013 11: 42
    +2
    no Th no Th ... more interesting and more joyful will unfold! negative
  23. Orik
    Orik 18 March 2013 11: 47
    +2
    To the correct thought of the article, I would like to add the idea of ​​UEC, which are now being actively implemented in Russia, and in the future should replace a person's personal cough. What opportunities does this provide to "kind, liberal" uncles.

    I have already written and repeatedly said that without their own country, without their own army, a strong and strong sovereign state, all Russian rich people cannot be sure about their capital.


    So part of the rich people understood this in the 90s and ... we got Putin, just don’t need to kiss a simple person who pays and orders music, and the rich both exported loot from Russia and export it like they stole and steal.
  24. bubla5
    bubla5 18 March 2013 12: 06
    0
    And how many besides deposits they invested, and most importantly, in such a small state, billions of Russian money, as well as confiscation in favor of the state, how many * patriots of Russia * would put pistols at their temples
  25. gleb49
    gleb49 18 March 2013 12: 06
    0
    I wonder which party or movement will burn out more?
  26. Cpa
    Cpa 18 March 2013 12: 09
    +2
    I don’t understand what kind of advertisement the Sberbank is, who thinks he’s awesome let him remember 1992 for a year. My grandfather killed my heart attack. I tried to post an article about Sberbank here, they didn’t let me go. Who is interested in downloading the catalog of collectible coins on their website, you’ll be stunned. On our anniversary and commemorative coins - the British Queen. Even I don’t know where to go with this ... Who to write ...
    1. djon3volta
      djon3volta 18 March 2013 13: 04
      0
      Quote: KPA
      here to post an article about Sberbank, not allowed

      Why do you think they didn’t let me go?
      1. Cpa
        Cpa 18 March 2013 13: 39
        0
        I don’t know, share it, I don’t understand.
      2. Atlon
        Atlon 18 March 2013 14: 08
        +3
        Quote: djon3volta
        Why do you think they didn’t let me go?

        What is there to think? Everything is simple:

        Attention! On "Voennoye Obozreniye" we post only articles written by you personally or articles from other sites if these are interviews or expert opinions. Articles not suitable for the site for any reason are deleted without warning.

        For interesting, in your opinion, articles from other sites, we created warfiles.ru, post such articles there


        So: "Don't look for a black cat in a dark room, especially when she's not there!" (FROM)
        1. Cpa
          Cpa 18 March 2013 14: 27
          +2
          You know, Pavel, they published an article about contemporary painting, but my article about anti-Russian banknotes is not. In your opinion, it is not relevant, and the topic of money is offshore relevant. Perhaps the cat still exists ...
          1. Atlon
            Atlon 18 March 2013 17: 24
            +2
            Quote: KPA
            In your opinion, it is not relevant, and the topic of money in offshore is relevant.

            What does relevance have to do with it ?! Nothing is said about this in the rules! but in general, on this subject, you better polemicize with the site administration.
            1. Cpa
              Cpa 18 March 2013 17: 40
              0
              Yes you are right hi Sorry
  27. d.gksueyjd
    d.gksueyjd 18 March 2013 12: 11
    +2
    The EU has done more in the fight against corruption in the Russian Federation than a gang of Yeltsin and his followers over 20 years, that's what a shame!
    Now the fighters for "democracy" in the Russian Federation will have to look for other ways of keeping honestly stolen money from the people. And the costs of helpers in the development of "democracy in the Caucasus" will increase, and the number of bandits may also decrease.
  28. Begemot
    Begemot 18 March 2013 12: 13
    +1
    a phenomenon called crisis has long been controlled and serves to redistribute wealth and capital. Our government subsidizes snickering, arrogant offshore rats that every dollar they plundered from the country was in a hurry to hide from taxes and from investing in their own country, which puppeteers of world finance circled around their fingers, these suckers did not even realize that the Cyprus crisis was a scam. Personally, I am disgusted to look at our ministers and the leadership of the Central Bank. But I can’t stop it - therefore, I feel like a sucker, whom I have divorced in company with the whole country, which is why it is no less bitter. There is no guarantee that the loan issued to Cyprus will be repaid - the fact that the money of our officials and nouveau riche from the Cypriot banks went into the pockets of the Rothschilds and Rockefellers is clear as God's day, and why this whistle is paid from our pocket is also understandable. No one will come and give in the face for this.
  29. Perchik
    Perchik 18 March 2013 12: 16
    +2
    Or you will become sovereigns and realize that your best insurance against all troubles is the Russian army and navy, or they will simply devour you.

    The article is of course a plus, what is there to argue ... life is what it is.
    But I specifically highlighted in italics one line of the author with which I disagree.
    The well-being of society is not insured by the army and navy, but the creative work of society itself.
    1. Lopatov
      Lopatov 18 March 2013 12: 34
      +5
      Quote: Perchik
      The well-being of society is not insured by the army and navy, but the creative work of society itself.

      This should not be contrasted. And one and the other are different facets of the welfare of the state.
      In the world, the era of confrontation between the two political systems has been replaced by the era of gopnichestvo. As accurately said E.K. Ligachev

      So you say I'm an endangered dinosaur? Mammoth? Have you ever thought about the fact that the era of rats begins after the era of dinosaurs? You will regret about us, mammoths!


      As in the water looked.
    2. ia-ai00
      ia-ai00 18 March 2013 13: 27
      +2
      The well-being of society is not insured by the army and navy, but the creative work of society itself.

      Here I do not agree with you! I believe that only in the complex - the army + navy + the creative work of society itself - can this INSURANCE be provided!
  30. FC SKIF
    FC SKIF 18 March 2013 12: 50
    +5
    Dear oligarchs as well as thieving bureaucrats!
    Your honestly stolen money, hidden in foreign banks, can at any time be confiscated by the "receiving party" under a false pretext. Keep your money in a savings bank (domestic). If you want to build a yacht, it is better to work at our shipyards - shipbuilders, taxes to your native state, if you want to buy a football or basketball club - buy our clubs. Understand, when they rip you off there, as sticky, here, except for hostility and evil ridicule, you will not wait for anything. Better come back with money.
  31. Perchik
    Perchik 18 March 2013 12: 53
    -2
    By the way ... here is an excellent note by Alfred Koch on the situation in Cyprus:

    The Cypriot president said that Cyprus is on the verge of bankruptcy and is experiencing its worst days in the last forty years.

    I'm crazy about the so-called. "real" politicians: the transition from "everything is fine marquise" to "worst of times" takes no more than a week.

    Wasn't the position of the "absolutely unprofessional" politician Gaidar, who honestly always spoke when the situation was really bad, was not more decent? And he did not try to find the guilty ones among his predecessors ...

    However, strangely enough, but people like politicians of the first kind more. They vote for them, and on dogs like Yegor, they usually hang all the dogs.

    Indeed, when you look at the reaction of the electorate to one or another body movement of a politician, it is difficult to maintain respect for humanity. And faith in him.

    Remember how Ostap Bender told Koreiko that after becoming acquainted with his arts, he lost faith in humanity. So here: when you look at the absolutely predictable reaction of citizens to a politician’s statement, similar to the allocation of gastric juice in Pavlov’s dog, you begin to doubt their sanity.

    Judge for yourself: for at least twenty years, the citizens of Cyprus have been openly fooling around and enjoying the fact that all the merchants of the world save their capital from taxes on their island. They perfectly understood that all their well-being is not the result of their labor, but only money taken from the budgets of other countries.

    And as soon as they were told that the tip was coming to an end and offered to pay only 10% (and the majority - even less) - they made fun of it as if they had taken the money that they had earned in their sweat for life.

    And what is surprising is not this reaction. She is humanly understandable and excusable. It is surprising that politicians never told their citizens that their well-being was unstable, that it would end sooner or later, and that it needed to be treated as an unexpected freebie and be ready at any moment for the shop to close.

    If politicians had said this for all twenty years, now they would have easily survived this political crisis. This, incidentally, concerns our rulers.


    And here is how Putin himself just commented on this process of expropriation !!!

    The introduction of a tax on bank deposits in Cyprus is unfair, unprofessional and dangerous, Putin said.

    Because the capital of Putin's "boys" is being expropriated ... it is insulting to the "boys" and it is insulting to Putin himself ... they threw him too :)
    1. Curculum
      Curculum 18 March 2013 14: 11
      +1
      Quote: Perchik
      Because the capital of Putin's "boys" is being expropriated ... it is insulting to the "boys" and it is insulting to Putin himself ... they threw him too :)

      Not even funny: Are you sure that Putin keeps some funds in Cyprus? At least it would be very interesting to me. If not difficult, enlighten.
      And try to introduce yourself as a resident of Cyprus: do you have any savings (their origin is the third question, we accept it as legitimate), you signed an agreement with the bank for a certain period of time with a certain interest, and then your funds are blocked and imposed on them mandatory tax - and what will be your reaction? Moreover, you previously paid taxes to receive these savings ...
    2. Botanologist
      Botanologist 18 March 2013 14: 17
      +4
      Indeed, when you look at the reaction of the electorate to one or another body movement of a politician, it is difficult to maintain respect for humanity. And faith in him.



      Well, the nefik stare. Suitcase, train station, Israel. Koch still didn’t give us lectures here, ko-zel.
    3. Suhov
      Suhov 18 March 2013 16: 32
      0
      Quote: Perchik
      the tip ends

      Not. An attempt was made to start the process ....:
      Trump-over? I change my trump suit! Didn’t agree? And ... suddenly a ride ...
    4. Mikhail3
      Mikhail3 18 March 2013 17: 55
      +4
      Koch, a professional raider, that is, a bandit and a thief "on trust", as usual lies like a gray gelding, skillfully and professionally turning the lie into truth. People will survive ten percent of ACCUMULATIONS. Only it's not about them ... but about this Koch not a word.
      And the stupid reaction of the majority is his truth. I'll also give the stupidest reaction to the example in crystallography. I did not study her and do not understand nifiga in her. To properly respond to political events, you need to study and work in this area. There is nothing more stupid than asking "the will of the people" for every political issue. Democracy is the most stupid social system in the world, what can you do ...
    5. Good Ukraine
      Good Ukraine 19 March 2013 02: 22
      +1
      Quote: Perchik
      The imposition of a tax on bank deposits in Cyprus is unfair, unprofessional and dangerous, Putin believes. Because the capital of Putin's "boys" is being expropriated ... it is insulting to the "boys" and it is insulting to Putin himself ... that was thrown him too :)

      "... The largest European banks Deutsche Bank, Credit Suisse, and Santander, one might say, collapsed in a knockdown, while their American counterparts - JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley - traded higher in New York and higher...."
      “And why did Europe do that?” Digs your own grave? To please?
  32. Karabin
    Karabin 18 March 2013 12: 57
    +9
    I don’t understand the particular joy of the event, neither Mr. Starikov, nor the commentators. First, the event has not happened yet, everything will be decided in the week. And there are options: "Influential lenders from the IMF expect, in particular, that Moscow will go to restructuring and defer payments on a loan granted to Cyprus in 2011 in the amount of 2,5 billion euros, along with the possibility of a new loan. This topic will be discussed the day after tomorrow, on Wednesday , during the visit to Russia of the Minister of Finance of Cyprus "(C). Thus, the gay Europeans are blackmailing Moscow through the holders of offshore companies. And from offshore we have influential people, including the wives of vice-prime ministers, so the option of restructuring is quite realistic. And this is already state funds. And why the joy if they start saving the deposits of the moneybags at the expense of the budget?
    Secondly. If, nevertheless, the tax is introduced, it would be naive to believe that the money will not run away from Russia. Are there any Cyprus in the world. Our moneybags are more likely to strangle themselves than to stop withdrawing money over a hill.
    Thirdly, one can only "rejoice" for gay Europeans. Do not look that is tolerant. They act like real scammers. What has leaked from us, like through a colander, is withdrawn to solve their problems.
    1. Cpa
      Cpa 18 March 2013 13: 10
      0
      Yes, that’s all right, it’s just that Gazprom needs a contract for Cypriot hydrocarbons, they persuaded Germany to put pressure. Now they will redeem lenders and everything will be as usual, only + Russia will gain access to the data of all depositories. Something like this hi
    2. Alexander 1958
      Alexander 1958 18 March 2013 13: 13
      +2
      Good afternoon! Developing your thought, I would like to suggest that one of the meanings inherent in this combination is that there is a squabble between the owners of offshore companies, because "sweet gingerbread" is not enough for everyone and some people want to destroy competitors
      1. Cpa
        Cpa 18 March 2013 13: 42
        +2
        Hello hi I agree, redistribution takes place when everyone in Europe lacks funds. Offshore companies look defiantly independent.
  33. ia-ai00
    ia-ai00 18 March 2013 13: 21
    +3
    ... This is a good "click" for Russian "fat cats"! To be honest, I was pleased with this situation: - first, the most "democratic" cap. countries have once again shown their true face, have shown in practice that "there" a person is "protected", as well as his (person) material values! I don't feel sorry for them at all. People, having earned by honest labor, are unlikely to take their money to foreign banks. But thieves, embezzlers and businessmen, who pumping out from the bowels of the Russian land what belongs to the people, but for some reason got a handful of people - these are taken out, they are clearly afraid and right, because justice is sure will prevail! But it turns out they were "upset" there too. If they didn’t pay taxes as “poor people”, then the state would have enough funds for free medicine, and for free education, and for decent pensions, and for space, and for the “defense industry”!
  34. AlNick
    AlNick 18 March 2013 13: 25
    +4
    At one time, the receiver of Sberbank of the USSR - Sberbank of Russia forgave the cash deposits of depositors and nothing.
    Today the proposal to clean up the foreign accounts of Russian "wallets" was met with hostility. Why?
    The only thing - what does the contribution of ordinary citizens of Cyprus?
  35. vseprosto
    vseprosto 18 March 2013 13: 27
    0
    Let's look at the reaction of GDP and recall the promises.
  36. Perchik
    Perchik 18 March 2013 13: 34
    0
    Quote: vseprosto
    Let's look at the reaction of GDP and recall the promises.


    So he already reacted ... here:

    The introduction of a tax on bank deposits in Cyprus is unfair, unprofessional and dangerous, Putin said.
  37. PrikVO 84-86
    PrikVO 84-86 18 March 2013 13: 47
    +7
    Sorry for the offtopic. But, is it possible to remove the face from the site Grandfather Hassan.
    Tired - hanging for a month.
    Appeal to the moderators.
  38. ded
    ded 18 March 2013 13: 52
    -3
    Just take and take some of their money. Iniquity? What do you. These are civilized countries.


    The representative of Small Britain spoke today on Euronews and said the following:

    "We (Small Brits) will compensate for the losses of British investors"

    This suggests that once again Russia (and the countries of the former USSR) was shown how it (they) is respected. The salvation of Cyprus will be only at the expense of deposits of citizens of the CIS, as investors of other countries will be returned!

    If such a "trick" were carried out with the citizens of the United States, then probably the 6th American fleet would already be moving towards Cyprus.
    1. Curculum
      Curculum 18 March 2013 15: 01
      +1
      Quote: ded
      "We (Small-breasted) will compensate for the losses of British investors" This suggests that once again Russia (and the countries of the former USSR) have been shown how they are respected. The salvation of Cyprus will be only at the expense of the deposits of the citizens of the CIS, since all depositors of other countries will be returned!

      Do not forget that in the territory of Cyprus there are two British military bases.
      In addition, you did not consider the option that such a step was taken as a blow to the offshore status of the island - to drag investors into the British and American offshore zones?
      1. ded
        ded 18 March 2013 16: 16
        +1
        In addition, you did not consider the option that such a step was taken as a blow to the offshore status of the island - to drag investors into the British and American offshore zones


        In my opinion, there is an answer in your question.
        1. Curculum
          Curculum 18 March 2013 17: 55
          +1
          Quote: ded
          In my opinion, there is an answer in your question.

          This is one of the options. Which of them will turn out to be correct (individually or in aggregate) - time will tell, it is too early to draw definite conclusions, in my opinion.
  39. pinecone
    pinecone 18 March 2013 14: 49
    +1
    Since the beginning of 2008 Cyprus has been in the Eurozone. It is quite possible that this is an SOS signal to the European central bank - "print more Euros and drive here, otherwise it will be even worse." The example of Greece for Greek Cypriot patriots could have been contagious.
  40. piterkras
    piterkras 18 March 2013 14: 49
    +5
    Whoever needs it was informed in advance about possible such situations in Cyprus. The possibility of such a development of events was discussed a year ago in the summer of 2012. Apparently, those who have not yet managed to withdraw their cash from Cyprus are either average fuckers or people who know that our state will support them in secret from all of us. There is no need to think that all the moneybags are so stupid, and the rogues and losers are so smart in life that at least stand, at least fall. The oligarchs everywhere have their connections, they employ the world's best financiers and lawyers. All Abramovichs have everything in openwork and under control. Not to please only those Russians who have decided to move to Cyprus in search of a better life. Previously, Cyprus was an island from the song "Chunga-Changa", and now it has become "The Island of Bad Luck" performed by Andrei Mironov.
  41. zao74
    zao74 18 March 2013 15: 06
    -2
    I applaud the geyrope standing. They are better than us to take care of our Russia !!!
    1. piterkras
      piterkras 18 March 2013 15: 18
      +1
      There is a war of the dollar with the euro. Greece was a breakdown. The IMF is fully controlled by the US Federal Reserve. It’s good that the dollar doesn’t look evil at our ruble.
    2. djon3volta
      djon3volta 18 March 2013 16: 58
      0
      Quote: zao74
      They are better than us to take care of our Russia !!!

      how? the President of Cyprus robbed everyone clean, first of all all the inhabitants of Cyprus, and you say that they care about us .. well, for example, how did they take care that they wrote off 10% from someone? explain wink I don’t have money in Cyprus if that, but I demand an explanation of how Cyprus has taken care of yourself, tell me.
      1. zao74
        zao74 18 March 2013 18: 06
        +1
        I explain: I don't have accounts in Cyprus either, and everything that came there from Russia was stolen from the people and unfortunately it is almost impossible to return it to Russia (unless the eggs of the account holders are clamped in a vice). Now Geyropa has applied an economic "vice", which means that those who robbed our country will start to fuss with the withdrawal of their funds. And where do you think they will get them? Will they be given back to foreign banks? After such a joint it is unlikely.
  42. Black
    Black 18 March 2013 15: 17
    11
    Such euphoria on the forum, so many are happy. And I have a hunch that it will be I who will pay those percentages for their contributions.
    1. igor.borov775
      igor.borov775 19 March 2013 16: 41
      0
      What is not clear here that this zone is so old, No was created when the Union fell down, Now there is no need to eat old zones about them at all, silent. Now cleansing, Iran is excluded from the International Credit Interbank System, why keep it, But as always, we wait until the last, Back in 2010 we were making noise about this zone, I probably couldn’t do without the Yankees, Maybe something is being prepared against Iran, the Future will show clearly then it changes until there is no clarity for good reason and ours slowly started to do something, I mean the fleet, So something has changed until you can see everything is done like we’ll wait legally,
  43. Black
    Black 18 March 2013 15: 18
    0
    Such euphoria on the forum, so many are happy. And I have a hunch that it will be I who will pay those percentages for their contributions.
  44. homosum20
    homosum20 18 March 2013 15: 45
    +3
    I am afraid that our country also compensates for the losses of Russian investors. Like England - also due to the budget. That is, we will remain fools with you.
    Of course, this will not be done, as in England, by direct declaration. It’s just that Greece will be given any preferences (compensating for the amount of tax), the law will not be adopted, everyone, including the European Union, is satisfied. And even we are satisfied, because we will not know anything. And what conclusions the oligarchs sitting in the Duma (or their representatives, if you do not want to shine once again) will draw conclusions - it is not difficult to guess.
    I think no one doubts that Russian crooks are not the most stupid crooks in the world. And certainly not dumber than European.
    1. Cynic
      Cynic 18 March 2013 17: 17
      0
      Quote: homosum20
      our country also compensates for the losses of Russian investors.

      It is possible that you are right, compensate, but to which investors?
      It’s somehow not customary for us to formalize deposits in offshore companies or to somehow declare them comme il faut. Not Islands.
      What a hangover you need to be in order to file an application for compensation for losses from an offshore deposit!
      bully
    2. piterkras
      piterkras 18 March 2013 18: 10
      0
      England only compensates for its military there. And that’s it.
  45. Cadets
    Cadets 18 March 2013 15: 46
    +3
    And here is what "enemy voices" are writing on the Cyprus topic today:
    Radio Liberty:
    "On Monday, Cyprus Finance Minister Michalis Saris will go to Moscow for talks, Reuters reported. Back in 2011, Russia provided Cyprus with a five-year loan worth 2,5 billion euros. Now new loans, judging by the proposals of the Ministry of Finance currently being discussed in the government to replenish the budget in the coming years may also be due to the obligation of the Cypriot authorities to provide Moscow with more complete information about the Russian holders of accounts in Cypriot banks. The preliminary proposals of the Russian Ministry of Finance affect not only Cyprus, but also other countries of "low-tax jurisdictions" if they turn to Russia for financial help.

    The critical deadline for Cyprus itself to receive foreign aid is mid-June, when the country will have to pay 1,4 billion euros at once as current servicing of its already accumulated debt. "
    www.svoboda.org/content/article/24931177.html
    Moody's estimates that Russian banks and companies have approximately $ 30 billion in deposits in Cyprus
  46. amp
    amp 18 March 2013 16: 04
    +1
    That is, the income from the IMF loan will be received by the banks of Cyprus, and their depositors will pay for it. Just brilliant! ))))
    I do not mind at all those who hold Cypriot banks money.
    As a rule, these are dark individuals who earned their money dishonestly.
  47. lav566
    lav566 18 March 2013 16: 40
    0
    I listen to the radio: the leadership of the country is concerned. It’s only a pity that the leadership of the country begins to think when it gets a kick. In 2008, it received a kick from Saakashvili, they began to rebuild the army, now they will get a kick-
    think about strengthening statehood. How much can you wag
    America in the ass?
    1. amp
      amp 18 March 2013 16: 43
      0
      What such a kick? May I have a closer look?
      1. lav566
        lav566 18 March 2013 16: 50
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        Not a kick, but a kick in the ass.
  48. OlegYugan
    OlegYugan 18 March 2013 17: 31
    +1
    One thing is for sure - World finance is a whim in motion. And apparently not without the hands of the Kremlin, And our hands are long. The deputies were shugged, and now they rumbled around the aspen nest. Will Putin help Cyprus out or not - The shop is covered. wink
  49. optimist
    optimist 18 March 2013 17: 35
    +2
    Just like in the song: "All the people are having fun and rejoicing!" What are you happy about, naive? The fact that the money spent ... in our country will go to the Europeans? And then the GDP will compensate the oligarchs that have been lost from the budget, as in 2008? Let's wait at least a month, then we will draw conclusions. And then "the GDP has outplayed everyone!" An old anecdote comes to mind: If everything goes like clockwork, take a closer look: what if it's Vaseline? laughing Personally, I also really want the capitalists of the USA and Europe to cover themselves with a female genital organ. But they are very cunning and clever children: for the last 300 years they have been entering paradise on someone else's hump. As if this "hump" once again turns out to be ours ...
  50. borisjdin1957
    borisjdin1957 18 March 2013 17: 49
    +1
    Voiced kick to our money bags! Maybe someone will feel, An instructive article. Thanks to the author !!