Military Review

Financial and Economic Desuverization of Russia

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The format of one of the scenarios of the struggle against Russia is considered. According to this scenario, the Russian state formally continues to exist, but the degree of its sovereignty is minimized.
The traditional way of "defeat" sovereignty was of a military nature. In the classical form, it was a conquest by one state of another. However, over time, the interstate struggle technologies become more complex. Changing the type of warfare. To "defeat" sovereignty, there is no longer any need for the use of military force. There are and improved other methods of desovereignization. Consider, in particular, the mechanisms of Russia's economic and financial de-sovereignty.


Financial De-Providence

The degree of financial sovereignty of modern Russia is illustrated by a number of articles of the Federal Law on the Central Bank. The legislation on the Central Bank of the Russian Federation is clearly pursuing the idea of ​​its independence in relation to its own national state. One of the articles emphasizes the right of the Central Bank to challenge decisions by appealing to international courts. The central bank may, according to the current legislation, sue in international courts with the Russian state. The main financial institution of the state is outside the sphere of direct government. The ability of the state to implement financial policies is legislatively blocked. The following are typical article-by-article excerpts from federal law:

Article 1.
“The functions and powers provided for by the Constitution of the Russian Federation and this Federal Law are exercised by the Bank of Russia independently of other federal bodies of state power, bodies of state power of subjects of the Russian Federation and bodies of local self-government”.

Article 2.
“The authorized capital and other assets of the Bank of Russia are federal property. In accordance with the objectives and procedures established by this Federal Law, the Bank of Russia exercises authority to own, use and dispose of the assets of the Bank of Russia, including the gold and foreign currency reserves of the Bank of Russia. Withdrawal and encumbrance of the said property without the consent of the Bank of Russia are not allowed, unless otherwise provided by Federal law.

Article 6.
“The Bank of Russia has the right to apply for the protection of its interests in international courts, foreign courts and arbitration courts.” Being independent in relation to its own state, the Central Bank turns out to be in a rather definite relationship with respect to external financial actors.

The system is currency board. To release rubles, the Russian Federation must make the appropriate purchases of dollars.
And the dollar today, as is known, in accordance with the principles of the Kingston system, does not correlate with gold and does not have economic commodity-service provision. Russia sells real goods, non-renewable natural resources, and in return receives no more than “paper”. In the medieval period, this kind of relationship was defined by the concept of "tribute".

What is the result of using the currency board mechanism? The figures below provide a comparison of the structure of the gold and foreign exchange reserves of Russia and Western countries. In terms of reserve currency, Russia is confidently ahead. But the picture with the existing gold reserves is the opposite. Russia under the existing system of world financial relations is forced into such a system of gold and currency distribution. And not only she alone. All however significant geo-economic entities that do not represent the Western world, have a predominance of currency in the structure of gold reserves (Fig. 1,2).

Financial and Economic Desuverization of Russia

Figure 1. The volume of foreign exchange reserves of Russia and Western countries



Figure 2. The share of gold in the national currency reserves of Russia and Western countries


The nature of the global financial relations is even more vividly illustrated by the correlation of the amount of money in circulation (М0) and reserve assets of monetary and credit regulation in Russia and the USA. In Russia, reserves are significantly higher than the money supply circulating in the economy. The United States has the exact opposite relationship. Judging by the quantitative data, the Russian economy could be monetized at the American level. But the monetization of Russia is artificially restrained. Super-high reserve assets are money withdrawn from the Russian economy (Fig. 3).


Figure 3. Amount of money in circulation and reserve assets of monetary regulation in Russia and the United States, in billions of dollars (2008)


Another mechanism of financial de-sovereignty of the country is a low refinancing rate.
And the point here is not only that in the Russian Federation it is the highest among the most important geoeconomics of the world. More illustrative in the topic of determining the degree of sovereignty of the Russian government is a policy review during the financial crisis. When all large geo-economic entities lowered the refinancing rate in crisis conditions, it rose asynchronously in the Russian Federation (Fig. 4). And this “strange” course Russia is no longer different not only from the countries of the West, but also from the rest of the world. But maybe this is some kind of accident, an error of individuals in a particular situation?


Figure 4. Refinancing rate in leading geo-economies of the world and the global financial crisis


Just as during the new global financial crisis, the government acted in the “default” 1998. The refinancing rate was increased, exacerbating the depth of the crisis consequences for the Russian economy. At the maximum point, the size of the rate increased in relation to the level of 1997 in 7 times (Fig. 5). Therefore, the crisis response formula through raising the refinancing rate is at least not accidental. The fact that such a course of the Central Bank contradicts the national interests of Russia is obvious. But the state under the existing system does not have adequate sovereignty to ensure nationally oriented financial policies.


Figure 5. The refinancing rate of the Central Bank of Russia in the conditions of the 1998 crisis,%


An indirect indicator of the sovereignty of government in the financial sector is the direction of investment. Capital in the capitalist system is always in a dynamic state. If there is no investment of capital in its own economy, then the economy of other countries is invested. Under the “investment hunger” experienced by contemporary Russia, there is a steady increase in the investment of the outside world (Fig. 6). This process is traditionally defined as the “flight” of Russian capital.


Fig.6.Foreign investment from Russia abroad, in% (2000 g. - 100%)


Indicative of this is the country structure of foreign investment. About 60% in it occupy specific countries of the "resort type" (offshore) - Cyprus, the Virgin Islands, Bermuda, Gibraltar, the Bahamas. This kind of investment structure indicates that its main goal for domestic business is not to invest in promising areas of economic development, but to withdraw funds from the reach of the Russian state (Fig. 7).


Figure 7. Investments from Russia abroad by countries of the world (countries of the "offshore zone")


As a success story, the fact that Russia succeeded at the start of the 2000s was once presented. pay off government foreign debt. This, of course, increased the sovereignty of the state. However, the debt of the state as an institution was repaid, while the total external debt of the country continued to grow. Russia owes the outside world much more today than at the beginning of the 2000s. (fig. 8). The independence of economic entities in relation to external financial actors continues to decline. Among the geo-economics of large semi-peripheral countries, Russia has one of the highest foreign debt indicators in relation to GDP in the world. Only Indonesia is more desovereigned by this parameter (fig. 9).


Fig.8.Governmental external debt and total foreign debt of Russia



Fig.9.External debt from GDP of the largest semi-peripheral states


Economic De-Providence

One of the key questions in determining the degree of economic sovereignty is the question of ownership structure. The importance of the sector of foreign ownership objectively reduces the sovereignty of the state in the country's economy. In Russia, its share steadily increases. At present, the share of organizations of foreign and joint Russian-foreign ownership in total industrial output is more than a quarter. If current trends continue, this indicator will exceed one-third by 2020 (Fig. 10).


Fig. 10. The share of industrial production of organizations of foreign and joint Russian-foreign property


The share of foreign capital in various sectors of the Russian economy already exceeds the conditional threshold in 20 – 25%. In ferrous metallurgy, this figure has now exceeded 75%. More than half is foreign capital in the food industry. How will this capital behave in the event of a significant aggravation of Russian relations with the West? The coordination of his actions in such a situation can easily lead to the collapse of the entire Russian economy.

The attitude of the Russian population to the spread of foreign capital in Russia is indicative. The nation as a whole is aware of the threats that are being produced and negatively relates to this.

The low degree of sovereignty of the Russian economy is largely determined by its dependence on foreign trade.

In this respect, a comparison of the degree of foreign trade dependence of Russia and the USA is indicative. The economy of the Russian Federation today depends on foreign trade by almost 20%. The United States is traditionally defined as a trade civilization. It would seem that its indicator of dependence on foreign trade should be higher than in Russia. However, in the United States of America it is at a level of less than 10%. The dependence on foreign trade of the USSR in the late Soviet period of maximum openness was 8,5%. The economy of Russia, which is traditionally opposed to the economies of trade-oriented countries, even if only because of the specific climatic conditions predetermining it, turns out to be overly open. De-autarching, deviation from the optimum of openness, correlates with de-sovereignty (Fig. 11).


Figure 11. The degree of dependence of the Russian and US economies on foreign trade


The economic dependence of Russia on its trade relations with the outside world is evident in the analysis of import and export indicators.
There are different expert estimates for determining the critical threshold values ​​for the share of imports in the structure of national consumption.

Most often, the indicator in 20% is called the internationally accepted standard. If you exceed this threshold, there are threats to national security. In modern Russia, by many parameters, these allowable 20% are significantly exceeded. Food imports per capita increased during the 2000-ies. five times. During periods of crisis — both in 1998 and in 2008 — imports shrank dramatically. This decline itself demonstrated the likelihood of an external food dictate scenario (Fig. 12).


Figure 12. Food imports per capita


The share of imports in food products on the Russian market is 35%. Particularly dangerous is the dependence on foreign supplies of meat and meat products. In the beef trade, the share of imports exceeds 60%. The most dependent on imported food are megacities led by Moscow.

Even more difficult situation - in the trade in goods of heavy industry. For many types of commodities that are key to the economy, imports do not just exceed the threshold value, but dominate. Domestic commodity producers in the sphere of heavy industry in Russia either ceased their activities or minimized production. The share of national market actors was also minimized in supplying the population with consumer goods. On 80%, Russians wear clothes of foreign tailoring. The share of imports for individual consumer goods today exceeds 90%. Close to the absolute dependence of Russia on the supply of computer equipment.

The most catastrophic consequences, expressed by the millions of Russian lives, can be caused by Russia's dependence on the import of medicines.
According to official data, almost 73% of consumed drugs are of imported origin. According to unofficial - more than 90%. What will happen to the Russian population in the event of external isolation of the country, when the supply of foreign drugs will be stopped?

The displacement of domestically produced goods by imported goods cannot be explained solely by the action of free-market mechanisms. According to the VTsIOM survey, the majority of Russians assess the quality of Russian goods in relation to the price higher than foreign ones. It turns out that goods of lower quality and higher prices get an advantage under the prevailing conditions. Absurd situation for the market! So the reason for import dominance is not in the product itself, but in the higher additional costs of all sorts of domestic producers. Consequently, national economic actors are put in a more difficult position compared to foreign ones. It is not even about the absence of protectionism, but about protection in relation to foreign trade agents.

In the process of considering the establishment of Russia's import dependence, a certain strategic line is found. In 1990-s. the price of foreign goods in Russia, as a rule, decreased. When the domestic commodity producer left the market or ceased to exist as a subject, and the state designated a different rhetoric in the dialogue with the West, the market situation fundamentally changed. In 2000-s. prices for imported goods went up sharply. It is becoming more and more obvious that prices in world trade are set politically, and are not the result of free competition, as liberal textbooks assert (Fig. 13).


Figure 13. Import-dependence strategy. Dynamics of average import prices, (1995 g. - 100%)


The modern Russian economy today depends substantially on exports, and exports, in turn, are determined by the sale of oil and gas. Today, exports account for 28% of Russia's gross domestic product. For comparison, in the USA its share is 11% of GDP. In the late period of the USSR, it was about 10% of GDP. And even at ten percent, the reinforcing monospecificity of the Soviet Union in the hydrocarbon trade was used by geopolitical opponents as a factor in the destabilization of its economy (Fig. 14).


Figure 14. Export share in GDP structure in the Russian Federation, the USA and the USSR


Export share in the structure of GDP in the Russian Federation, the USA and the USSR Dependence of the economy of modern Russia on the raw material component of exports in the 2000-s. significantly increased. The existence of such a connection is evidenced, in particular, by an increase in the correlation coefficient of oil prices and investments in the Russian economy.

The increase in the share of raw materials in the export structure is correlated with the decline in the share of machinery and equipment. On the contrary, in the import structure, the share of machinery and equipment increases synchronously. The diagnosis is obvious: raw materialsization and deindustrialization of Russia undermine the foundations of its state sovereignty.

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The article is based on the report of Vardan Baghdasaryan, presented at the conference "Modern Problems of Public Policy and Management", held on October 17, 2012, in Moscow State University. Mv Lomonosov.
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  1. z-exit
    z-exit 2 July 2013 15: 50 New
    -5
    "Article 1.
    “The Bank of Russia exercises the functions and powers stipulated by the Constitution of the Russian Federation and this Federal Law independently of other federal government bodies, government bodies of the constituent entities of the Russian Federation and local governments.”

    Well, that’s right, everything is clearly, independently endowed with leadership, if this is not prescribed, then everyone will be interested in managing the Central Bank, including local municipalities and cops.

    "Article 2.
    “The authorized capital and other property of the Bank of Russia are federal property. In accordance with the goals and in the manner established by this Federal Law, the Bank of Russia exercises authority to own, use and dispose of the property of the Bank of Russia, including the Bank of Russia gold and currency reserves. Withdrawal and encumbrance of obligations of the specified property without the consent of the Bank of Russia are not allowed, unless otherwise provided by the Federal Law. "

    Everything is fine too. The first sentence in the Article is uncompromising and decisive.

    Article 6.
    “The Bank of Russia has the right to apply for the protection of its interests to international courts, courts of foreign states and arbitration courts.” Being independent in relation to its own state, the Central Bank is in this case quite certain dependence in relation to external financial actors. "

    Perhaps the only thing you could cling to here, but was it worth it to fan the article out of all this? Especially considering that according to Article 2 (above), the Bank of Russia is not the owner of property, but only a manager.
    1. Trapperxnumx
      Trapperxnumx 2 July 2013 16: 19 New
      +4
      The Bank of Russia exercises authority over the possession, use and disposal of Bank of Russia property, including the Bank of Russia gold and currency reserves.

      That is, this is normal. Together with the fact that the CBR acts "independently of other executive bodies", that is, it does not obey anyone)))
      Further, article 22 of the law on the central bank reads
      "

      22 Article. The Bank of Russia is not entitled to provide loans to the Government of the Russian Federation to finance the "federal budget deficit", to buy government securities at their initial placement, except when it is provided for by the federal law on the federal budget.

      The Bank of Russia does not have the right to provide loans to finance "budget deficits" of state extra-budgetary funds, budgets of constituent entities of the Russian Federation and local budgets. "
      It’s wonderful, that is, we created YOUR bank that can’t lend US loans, therefore, with a budget deficit, we are forced to sell, well, or privatize state-owned enterprises.

      And already Art. Xnumx of the same law says very interesting
      "Article 23. Funds of the federal budget and funds of state extra-budgetary funds are stored in the Bank of Russia, unless otherwise provided by federal laws."

      That is, a state bank that does not give money to the state, but at the same time ... holds all state money !!!
      1. Dmitry_2013
        Dmitry_2013 2 July 2013 16: 27 New
        -5
        It’s wonderful, that is, we created YOUR bank that can’t lend US loans, therefore, with a budget deficit, we are forced to sell, well, or privatize state-owned enterprises.

        That is, a state bank that does not give money to the state,

        Dear, if the Central Bank begins to give money to the state, but in fact it’s easy to print it, then the inflation rate will be uncontrolled. After all, no one will prevent you from creating a deliberately deficient state budget and covering it with free Central Bank loans.
        If wrong, justify.
        1. Trapperxnumx
          Trapperxnumx 2 July 2013 16: 39 New
          +6
          Quote: Dmitry_2013
          It’s wonderful, that is, we created YOUR bank that can’t lend US loans, therefore, with a budget deficit, we are forced to sell, well, or privatize state-owned enterprises.

          That is, a state bank that does not give money to the state,

          Dear, if the Central Bank begins to give money to the state, but in fact it’s easy to print it, then the inflation rate will be uncontrolled. After all, no one will prevent you from creating a deliberately deficient state budget and covering it with free Central Bank loans.
          If wrong, justify.

          The Fed is essentially doing that. Incidentally, I do not quote Starikov, but federal law. Moreover, as it is literally written in it, and not fictitious interpretations. Your optimism is encouraging. But he, alas, is hopeless.
          1. Dmitry_2013
            Dmitry_2013 2 July 2013 16: 56 New
            +2
            So I explained the essence of the Federal Law.
        2. Trapperxnumx
          Trapperxnumx 2 July 2013 16: 43 New
          +2
          Ksati, Dmitry 2013, and what, then, is the dollar itself tied to? Gold does not offer))))
          1. Dmitry_2013
            Dmitry_2013 2 July 2013 16: 57 New
            +4
            The dollar is not attached to anything.
        3. Grishka100watt
          Grishka100watt 2 July 2013 16: 44 New
          0
          Therefore, he will print them to exchange for green, so what?
          1. Grishka100watt
            Grishka100watt 2 July 2013 16: 47 New
            +1
            The Central Bank prints rubles exactly as much as we could get and bring them for the exchange of bucks, selling real resources for them (bucks). A good way to avoid inflation, however.
            1. Dmitry_2013
              Dmitry_2013 2 July 2013 17: 12 New
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              Why do you think so? Is it written in the Federal Law? In the constitution? Explain to me please, if not difficult.
              1. Ascetic
                Ascetic 2 July 2013 17: 37 New
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                Quote: Dmitry_2013
                Why do you think so? Is it written in the Federal Law? In the constitution? Explain to me please, if not difficult.


                coefficients of coverage of the ruble money supply with foreign securities for 2012
                01.01.2012/97,3/XNUMX - XNUMX%
                01.02.2012/92,2/XNUMX - XNUMX%
                01.03.2012/90,3/XNUMX - XNUMX%
                01.04.2012/89,3/XNUMX - XNUMX%
                01.05.2012/87,7/XNUMX - XNUMX%
                01.06.2012/93,1/XNUMX - XNUMX%
                01.07.2012/91,0/XNUMX - XNUMX%
                01.08.2012/87,4/XNUMX - XNUMX%
                01.09.2012/89,1/XNUMX - XNUMX%
                01.10.2012/88,9/XNUMX - XNUMX%
                01.11.2012/88,5/XNUMX - XNUMX%
                01.12.2012/85,7/XNUMX - XNUMX%
                our Central Bank prints rubles under the currency that it stores in the form of foreign securities (mainly American Treasury)
                It's clean currecy board.
                The essence of this system is that all liabilities of the central bank (monetary base) are fully covered by reserves in a certain foreign currency - most often in dollars. In fact, the central bank renounces its so-called discretionary rights, that is, rights to regulate the amount of money in the economy. His monetary policy becomes completely passive, it ceases to be politics in the true sense of the word. The central bank simply exchanges the national currency for foreign currency - the "anchor" and vice versa. "
                Theoretically, you can get out of the “board”, but this will mean a direct challenge to the dollar as the main center for issuing international money, with all the ensuing consequences, i.e. you need to join the struggle for influence on the pricing of all the main resources on the planet and translate the calculations on them into rubles. Obviously, this is only a war. (And certainly not the CBR’s competence) You can try to create your own, alternative to the dollar, economic system like CMEA, but this is self-isolation, and also war.
                The only peaceful way out of the dollar system is nationalization and internal indicative prices and calculations (similar to internal corporate). This will change the inflationary monetary model of the economy to a deflationary model and completely market methods to drive the Anglo-Saxons from the market.
                1. Dmitry_2013
                  Dmitry_2013 2 July 2013 18: 27 New
                  -5
                  Theoretically, you can get out of the “board”, but this will mean a direct challenge to the dollar as the main center for issuing international money, with all the ensuing consequences, i.e. you need to enter the struggle for influence on pricing for all the main resources on the planet and translate calculations on them into rubles

                  So I’m talking about it! Nobody obliges us, and NOW AS ABOVE IN THE CONSTITUTION THIS IS NOT DESCRIBED! This is a consequence of the current monetary policy of the state, where the Central Bank is only a tool. But you need to get out of the dollar, and this way is being prepared, by adopting the ruble in payments, including for energy.
                  BUT.
                  The only peaceful way out of the dollar system is through nationalization and domestic indicative prices and settlements (like domestic corporate ones).

                  Who and what needs to be nationalized? Central Bank? HE AND SO OUR !!!
                  1. Edward
                    Edward 2 July 2013 20: 34 New
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                    Quote: Dmitry_2013
                    Who and what needs to be nationalized? Central Bank? HE AND SO OUR !!!

                    Yes, wake you up at last!
                    If the Central Bank is not in the jurisdiction of the Russian Federation, then from which hangover is "ours"?!?
                    However, perhaps he is yours, I don’t know)))

                    And by the way, the same can be said of all enterprises located on the territory of the Russian Federation, in which the state share is below 50% .. They are ALL - the same is not in the jurisdiction of the Russian Federation. And those where the share of the state is slightly higher than 50% is the same convention. For if a dispute arises with the owners not from the Russian Federation, then the matter will drag on for 100 years!

                    Hence the battle for offshore.
                    By the way, it’s not a fact that it was started from abroad. Another thing is that there they foresaw it! (Snowden will tell you how to do this).
                    1. Edward
                      Edward 2 July 2013 21: 29 New
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                      Quote: Edward
                      Hence the battle for offshore.
                      I will explain the phrase on the example of the law on NPOs.
                      The Russian Federation does not prohibit anything, but simply wants to know who is financed from abroad.
                      In the offshore of the Russian Federation, he wants to know even less - who and how escapes from the taxes of the Russian Federation. And nothing more.
                    2. Dmitry_2013
                      Dmitry_2013 3 July 2013 11: 10 New
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                      If the Central Bank is not in the jurisdiction of the Russian Federation, then from which hangover is "ours"?!?

                      And in whose jurisdiction is it?
                      The head of the Central Bank is appointed by the State Duma by a simple majority of votes, and the country's president represents the candidacy of the deputies.

                      Article 2.
                      “The authorized capital and other property of the Bank of Russia are federal property

                      And explain to me how it is possible to nationalize what is already in state ownership? Absurd!
                      1. aksakal
                        aksakal 3 July 2013 20: 56 New
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                        Quote: Grishka100watt
                        the biggest problem, in my opinion, is the indestructible craving of the population for currency goods and services

                        - This problem is completely solved, just no one tried. The vast majority of the population has small savings - relatively speaking, from a few thousand to a third of a million, not more. The state never bothered with the problem of how to help the population invest this money so that it would be as safe and sound as possible, including protection against inflation. This is too little money to buy any commercial or industrial structure with a stable share, at least in the local market. So people get bogged down buying real estate (stocks can be zeroed out, especially as a result of fraudulent actions by top management, real estate, given the housing shortage and generally space in Russia, will never be reset to zero) or something else, but they prefer to convert to dollars - it’s bad currency, but the ruble is not a currency at all, but a derivative of the same dollar. It is necessary to solve the problem of preserving the savings of the overwhelming part of the Russian population - and they will forget about the dollar. For example, to dramatically increase the production of gold and free all transactions for the purchase and sale of gold from all taxes, that is, recognize gold as such money as the ruble. This is just one measure. And they need a dozen, such measures, and all large-scale ones.
                        Quote: Dmitry_2013
                        And explain to me how it is possible to nationalize what is already in state ownership? Absurd!
                        - Nationalize - figuratively. The Central Bank, in disobedience to the Russian Government, is nevertheless forced to submit to the world oligarchy, because lives and works in the global financial environment, which this oligarchy controls. If you are a dolphin, then you will obey Neptune by any means, you will not go anywhere, even if Neptune does not have direct leverage to influence you.
                        The super-task is to remove the Central Bank from the environment of the dollar and place it in the environment of the ruble (or the currency that will be created in Russia in alliance with other states. Given that infrastructure and relevant institutions must be created for this, this is really a super-task. And then, for God's sake, even if the Central Bank does not submit to the Government of Russia, it will still submit to the one who "holds" the Eurasian financial environment, and the Government of Russia will like it there. Nationalization of the Central Bank - in this sense.
                2. Grishka100watt
                  Grishka100watt 2 July 2013 21: 10 New
                  +1
                  Stanislav, thank you very much hi
                3. fisherman
                  fisherman 3 July 2013 07: 46 New
                  0
                  This is a clean currecy board.


                  without a hard karensi board, we will be like Belarus, with the probability of flashing into currency crises every 3-4 years, this is the choice of a lesser evil

                  there is no limit to perfection

                  the biggest problem, in my opinion, is the indestructible craving of the population for currency goods and services

                  this is where the real mine lies, and it doesn’t even matter what we build, communism or capitalism
                  1. aksakal
                    aksakal 3 July 2013 20: 36 New
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                    Quote: fisherman
                    the biggest problem, in my opinion, is the indestructible craving of the population for currency goods and services

                    I answered you above.
                4. aksakal
                  aksakal 3 July 2013 20: 15 New
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                  Quote: Ascetic
                  In fact, the central bank renounces its so-called discretionary rights, that is, rights to regulate the amount of money in the economy. His monetary policy becomes completely passive, it ceases to be politics in the true sense of the word. The central bank simply exchanges the national currency for foreign currency - the "anchor" and vice versa. "
                  Theoretically, you can get out of the “board”, but this will mean a direct challenge to the dollar as the main center for issuing international money, with all the ensuing consequences, i.e. you need to join the struggle for influence on the pricing of all the main resources on the planet and translate the calculations on them into rubles. Obviously, this is only a war. (And certainly not the CBR’s competence) You can try to create your own, alternative to the dollar, economic system like CMEA, but this is self-isolation, and also war.
                  - Greetings, Ascetic !!!! Glad to see you, rarely appearing on the site recently. Ascetic, honestly - there is no strength to endure the Yankov yoke. There would be some deities, and then stupid squalor, but no, come on, you managed to impose a tribute to us! Why do we have nothing to fear, so this war! Let them fear. Who is who, a very big question, millions of coffins want in a star-striped wrapper - for God's sake, we definitely get out of the “board” and pursue our own economic policy. Rock the boat - we chop to the end, and we chop so that it would be clear to everyone in the world - but don’t have to chop with the Eurasians (Russians. You won’t survive after that. This is my IMHO.


                  Quote: Ascetic
                  The only peaceful way out of the dollar system is through nationalization and domestic indicative prices and settlements (like domestic corporate ones). This will change the inflationary monetary model of the economy to a deflationary model and completely market methods to drive the Anglo-Saxons from the market.
                  - peaceful in relation to the States. But they are fraught with civil war, for "walking in the desert in white" their own "with the help of Chubais earned by exorbitant labor" simply will not give up their assets. Moreover, note that during the civil war in Russia, the States will not remain aloof by the way. They will start financing both parties (one of the parties through a front country) in order to kindle a fire and weaken the country, and then, under the pretext of taking under the protection of the Russian nuclear arsenal, break into the country and occupy it for small losses.
                  If it is possible to nationalize peacefully, that is, "walking in the deserts in white" humbly give up the assets and return to the state that Atalef called "specially created so that there would be no Jewish diasporas," then your scenario is peaceful
                  Quote: Ascetic
                  logout dollar
                  - it can be realized, but somehow I don’t believe ... If the Zionist clings to anything, kill him, and with his teeth he will cling to it, verified by life. It's easier to hang up right away - and I would give a lot for this picture. And what would be in the same white, in which nonche through the deserts walk.
        4. Trapperxnumx
          Trapperxnumx 2 July 2013 16: 54 New
          +2
          And further. I can not help saying that. If the Government itself has the right to determine how much money the country needs and make a decision, this will be an indicator of the country's independence and leadership. And so, by law, bankers make the decision to issue. Or do you think the banker is smarter than the Prime Minister? The banker thinks only about profit, and the Head of the Country - about the State. That’s the whole difference.
          1. Dmitry_2013
            Dmitry_2013 2 July 2013 16: 58 New
            +1
            The chief banker, as you say, is appointed by the President. And it is he who is responsible for economic growth today, because it is with him that the head of state discusses monetary policy.
          2. Dmitry_2013
            Dmitry_2013 2 July 2013 17: 15 New
            +1
            The banker only thinks about profit.

            backfill question: where does the Central Bank's profit go if its property belongs to the state?
            And what does the Central Bank profit from?
          3. Ustas
            Ustas 3 July 2013 07: 51 New
            +1
            Quote: Trapper7
            Or do you think the banker is smarter than the Prime Minister?

            Maybe today it is. Although I think that the Prime and the bankers of the same field of berries.
        5. vladimirZ
          vladimirZ 2 July 2013 17: 25 New
          +8
          The current Constitution of the Russian Federation and the Federal Law on the Central Bank of the Russian Federation was "written" for Yeltsin by American consultants who laid down in them the mechanisms of self-destruction of Russia and its financial and economic dependence on the United States. This is where the “legs grow” of current Russian problems.
          It is necessary to change the Constitution of the Russian Federation and the Federal Law on the Central Bank of the Russian Federation, but the current State Duma with a blocking number of votes of "United Russia" will not miss it. The question whose interests are advocated by United Russia is thereby self-determined.
          1. Blazard
            Blazard 2 July 2013 23: 21 New
            -2
            Oh really? The Constitution of the Russian Federation EP and GDP change as they want. As the saying goes, the law is that drawbar ...
            1. vladimirZ
              vladimirZ 3 July 2013 05: 43 New
              +4
              Look carefully at the Constitution of the Russian Federation, at least paragraph 2 of Article 5:
              "2. The republic (state) has its own constitution and legislation."

              Never in Russia has the subject of the federation been called the "state", this is done by analogy with the United States. In the United States of America (USA), States in English are called states. Literal translation means the United States of America, where each state has its own laws and government.
              "Compiled" of the Constitution of the Russian Federation transferred the direct transfer of States to the Constitution of the Russian Federation, which laid the most powerful "mine" for the destruction of Russia.
          2. stroporez
            stroporez 3 July 2013 08: 35 New
            +3
            Of course he won’t miss it. When the prosecutors on the roof of the casino took ---- what’s the tryndel !! ??? and sho we see now ---- "... On the night of July 2, the main person involved in the case of covering Moscow region casinos, the former deputy prosecutor of the Moscow region Alexander Ignatenko, was released from the Lefortovo pre-trial detention center. On July 1, the suspect expired the maximum allowable term Thus, all the defendants in the corruption scandal of almost two years ago are now at large. Moreover, most of the unscrupulous security officials were released back at the end of 2012 .... "and after that he is still" rubbing "about some kind of" fight corruption. "conclusion, they will never adopt any laws, amendments, etc. who at least somehow tie their hands in lawlessness ..........
    2. Dmitry_2013
      Dmitry_2013 2 July 2013 16: 29 New
      0
      Now they will bother you, because every second admirer of Starikov is here, and he writes in his book exactly the same laughing
      1. Shkodnick
        Shkodnick 2 July 2013 22: 03 New
        0
        Why minus him? After all, Vladimirts said everything correctly.
    3. slaventi
      slaventi 3 July 2013 04: 25 New
      0

      It is necessary to change the constitution of the leadership and principles of the central bank.
  2. krez-74
    krez-74 2 July 2013 15: 52 New
    +4
    And the Central Bank of modern Russia has never belonged to the state!
  3. Russ69
    Russ69 2 July 2013 15: 56 New
    +2
    Judging by the latest actions, they are trying to change the situation, only this process is not fast. After 3-4 years, changes should be significant if all statements remain on paper.
    By the way, the share of gold in the Russian Federation is constantly increasing, it seems that over five years it was increased by 2 times. The rate of increase is quite normal, sharp movements in the economy in one direction or another are always fraught with consequences.
  4. Whale
    Whale 2 July 2013 16: 15 New
    +4
    How sad it is to realize that I know everything that is happening, who steals and how, we see how our future dissolves in cocacola, and absolutely do nothing
    1. dizelniy
      dizelniy 2 July 2013 16: 46 New
      +1
      First you need to get acquainted with the activities of General Petrov, the concept of public safety. The main thing is to understand the reasons, the driving forces, find supporters, identify the main contradiction of the era. Today there is no need to wait 50-80 years, people are getting smarter very quickly.
  5. pa_nik
    pa_nik 2 July 2013 16: 15 New
    0
    This is where you can safely apply the cliché familiar to the Union about our financial and economic ..:

    the level of (un) dependence "There are no analogues in the world" (C) hi
  6. Igarr
    Igarr 2 July 2013 16: 20 New
    +7
    Good info.
    And to whom is she brought?
    Do Presidential Advisers on Miscellaneous Matters Know About This Situation? Of course they know.
    Well, that’s it. There is no point discussing anything further.
    So, Mr. Livanov quickly disowned the law on the collapse of the RAS. Well - he is right. The law is not he sitting pushing, writes.
    He tweeted one, with another rubbed, whispered the third, with the fourth a glass of Bourbon .. - and ala-huh, the RAS has collapsed.
    Yes ... it didn’t crawl. The locomotive begins to work out backward, turns around on the spot. What is a steam locomotive?
    ..And then ... Governments, starting in 2000 (paid attention) - they are driving Russia into a debt hole, and even with reserves lying in foreign countries ... and no one with an ear or a snout. Except Bagdasarov.
    .
    Ah, the life of bekov. All hollow, but I have no one.
    ..
    Russ69 writes - ".. Judging by the recent actions, they are trying to change the situation, only this process is not fast. A year or three through 3-4 ..." - the graphs will generally go beyond.
    And we will fly away - below the plinth.
    God forbid that I was mistaken.
    1. Furnace driver
      Furnace driver 2 July 2013 19: 48 New
      +1
      Quote: Igarr
      God forbid that I was mistaken.

      yes what 3-4, maximum a year ...
      and even then, most likely - alas, they were not mistaken, like many thinking people ...
  7. Dmitry_2013
    Dmitry_2013 2 July 2013 16: 23 New
    +1
    The system is currency board. To release rubles, the Russian Federation must make the appropriate purchases of dollars.

    Please explain what forces you to buy dollars when issuing the ruble? And where is it written?
    PS the world conspiracy and a completely arbitrary explanation is not considered laughing
    1. Trapperxnumx
      Trapperxnumx 2 July 2013 16: 34 New
      +4
      The issue of the ruble, according to the law, is carried out only by the Bank of Russia. And he, according to the same law, cannot give loans to the state. How is this issue carried out, how are rubles put into circulation? Very simple - by buying foreign currency on the exchange.

      This system works like this;

      * Russia sold some goods on the world market;

      * The country received 100 dollars;

      * The central bank buys these dollars on the exchange;

      * dollars fall into the gold and currency reserves of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation;

      * 3000 rubles enter the economy.

      In other words, a foreign currency enters a country only through an exchange. And there they sell it, and the corresponding amount of rubles is “injected” into the Russian economy. There is a certain tacit parity for the population.

      Parity between the number of dollars in gold reserves and the number of rubles in the economy. Here the price of oil went up. For the same product, Russia receives not 100, but 110 dollars. Parity is violated, and the Central Bank corrects it.

      He lowers the dollar, buys them cheaper and injects a smaller amount of rubles into one country's economy for one dollar that has come into the country.
      1. Dmitry_2013
        Dmitry_2013 2 July 2013 17: 03 New
        +1
        But what about this way - to print rubles - to buy government bonds on them - and then sell government bonds on the securities market?
        Honestly, I don’t see the obligation to buy dollars, but what you say is like stabilizing the exchange rate, and this mechanism is spelled out in the state’s monetary policy. This is if I understood you correctly.
    2. mogus
      mogus 2 July 2013 16: 38 New
      +2
      according to the constitution, we cannot have more rubles than dollars in the country. if you want to print the ruble - buy a dollar or exchange it for raw materials / goods ...
      1. Dmitry_2013
        Dmitry_2013 2 July 2013 17: 00 New
        0
        Please provide a link, I can’t find one in the constitution.
        1. papss
          papss 2 July 2013 17: 58 New
          +2
          They didn’t give you a link, you are Dmitry, a naive person who has the word dollar, will write in the Constitution of the Russian Federation, that’s only there:
          Article 75

          1. The monetary unit in the Russian Federation is the ruble. Monetary issue is carried out exclusively by the Central Bank of the Russian Federation. Introduction and issue of other money in the Russian Federation are not allowed.
          http://www.constitution.ru/10003000/10003000-5.htm#75
          And now for you,
          Federal Law of 10 July 2002 year N 86-ФЗ
          "On the Central Bank of the Russian Federation (Bank of Russia)"
          Article 35.
          The main tools and methods of the monetary policy of the Bank of Russia are:
          1) interest rates on Bank of Russia operations;
          2) ratios of required reserves deposited with the Bank of Russia (reserve requirements);
          3) open market operations;
          4) refinancing of credit organizations;
          5) currency interventions;
          6) the establishment of benchmarks for the growth of money supply;
          7) direct quantitative restrictions;
          8) issue of bonds on its own behalf.
          Article 39.
          Open market operations mean the sale and purchase by the Bank of Russia of treasury bills, government bonds, other government securities
          Article 41.
          Foreign exchange interventions of the Bank of Russia mean the sale and purchase by the Bank of Russia of foreign currency in the foreign exchange market to affect the ruble exchange rate and the total demand and supply of money
          Article 42.
          The Bank of Russia can set growth targets for one or more indicators of the money supply, based on the main directions of a unified state monetary policy.
          http://www.rg.ru/2002/07/13/bank-dok.html
          I hope you will be satisfied ...
          1. Dmitry_2013
            Dmitry_2013 2 July 2013 18: 32 New
            +1
            Yes, I am satisfied, the Constitution is consistent)))
            The Central Bank pursues a monetary policy ACCORDING TO THE PRESIDENT'S COURSE !!! And the head of the Central Bank is now responsible for the economic growth in the country !!
            You probably watch the news, this is often shown and talked about.
            And if you think that there are enemies and conspiracy around, then I can’t convince you here.
            PS read textbooks, comrades wink
        2. mogus
          mogus 3 July 2013 04: 55 New
          +1
          I am not a lawyer and cannot translate from their language into human. I have to read an analysis of others:
          http://lenta.ru/articles/2012/11/09/fedorov/
          http://www.politforums.ru/historypages/1348398195.html
          I can’t always give links on time. Time zone Moscow time + 6, you know in the morning to work, you need to get enough sleep during the night ...
          1. Dmitry_2013
            Dmitry_2013 3 July 2013 08: 11 New
            +1
            To read and understand the laws DO NOT BE A LAWYER!
            But the analysis of "others" is just more difficult to trace, and accordingly it is necessary to filter. When writing articles, authors are often guided not by the goal of exposing someone or changing something, but by the goal of promoting themselves and raising their rating.
            Therefore, they begin to interpret in two ways extracts from the Constitution and the Federal Law.
            READ THE ORIGINAL! THINK YOURSELF!
            smile
            1. mogus
              mogus 3 July 2013 15: 42 New
              0
              ask Yandex why it’s expensive loans ...
              1. Dmitry_2013
                Dmitry_2013 3 July 2013 16: 46 New
                +1
                And he shows me a number of popular articles. So what? I am fully aware of the current monetary policy of the state and it is not a secret for me what is included in the cost of a loan, etc. Accordingly, I understand why such a%.
                You better drive into Yandex "what is the monetary policy and how it is implemented." Then everything becomes clear.
  8. Sergey21
    Sergey21 2 July 2013 16: 26 New
    +3
    When will we live in honor? How much can our people be poisoned? It's time to apply the death penalty to the embezzlers and enemies of the state!
  9. Rattenfanger
    Rattenfanger 2 July 2013 16: 35 New
    +5
    Madhouse ... Gaidar must be dug and hanged, and Chubais should be prescribed 5 years of the highest measure for 3 executions every day.
    1. Shkodnick
      Shkodnick 2 July 2013 22: 29 New
      +2
      And do not forget about the tagged ... spend in a cage. Harnessed by Chubais. Nemtsov in all regions in which the mother gave birth
  10. dizelniy
    dizelniy 2 July 2013 16: 41 New
    0
    Quote: Russ69

    Russ69


    Today, 15: 56

    ↓ New


    Judging by the latest actions, they are trying to change the situation, only this process is not fast. After 3-4 years, changes should be significant if all statements remain on paper.
    You have learned this confidentially.
  11. mogus
    mogus 2 July 2013 16: 42 New
    0
    Interestingly, Putin is preparing a constitutional amendment in court. Maybe he wants to make amendments to the court, through this court, with new amendments to the constitution, to change further the constitution itself as far as ... From the legal side, you will not dig what
  12. pamero
    pamero 2 July 2013 17: 21 New
    +1
    And why no one corrects such a situation, why is everyone silent? Who is in power of all the po.v.e.s.i.t.
  13. falcon
    falcon 2 July 2013 17: 27 New
    +5
    Sorry, the article is absolutely amateurish! The Central Bank is not independent of its own national
    of the state, and from other federal bodies of state power! THIS IS AN ABSOLUTELY DIFFERENT CONCEPT!
    And a number of other statements in the article are controversial. Undoubtedly, so far there will be no high-tech in the country
    production- good luck not to see!
    And the second is that model of oligarchic capitalism that takes place in Russia, a priori
    can't be nationally oriented!
    Agree, it sounds strange, "The oligarch is a patriot who is happy about the needs of Russia."
    1. valokordin
      valokordin 2 July 2013 17: 36 New
      +3
      Quote: falcon
      tell yourself, it sounds strange, "The oligarch is a patriot who is happy about the needs of Russia."

      The oligarch patriot is not just weird. It is impossible as a traitor-defender of the fatherland.
    2. Begemot
      Begemot 2 July 2013 17: 41 New
      +1
      But what about Pronin from Nefteskvazhinsk?
    3. Ustas
      Ustas 3 July 2013 08: 12 New
      +1
      Quote: falcon
      Undoubtedly, until the country has high-tech production, good luck is not to be seen!

      This statement is closed to the CBR as a regulator of% of interest rates on loans (refinancing rates), the presence of ruble stock, etc. In the conditions of fierce global competition and the inhibiting policy of the Central Bank, high-tech production in Russia will not be able to earn.
      Without a deep nationalization of the CBR and a change in financial and economic policies, Russia is doomed to be a raw materials appendage of the West.
  14. Imigrantt
    Imigrantt 2 July 2013 17: 30 New
    +1
    I’m certainly not an economist, but in one report by independent Russian experts I read that in reality the value of the dollar is nothing but 12 - 13 rubles! Just one thing is not clear, the rest has been ripped off from us to support the pants of the "poor" aligarchs, or where, in whose pocket does everything go into what steppe ?! Explain the peasant. what
    1. Yarosvet
      Yarosvet 2 July 2013 18: 45 New
      +2
      Quote: Imigrantt
      Explain the peasant. what


      If they raise the ruble exchange rate (the dollar is overvalued in the region of 65%) it will become unprofitable to buy a gas engine with oil from us.

      And the oligarchs need to compensate for the lost profits (an economy without a plan does not exist in nature), plus the gentleman depicted on your avatar needs at least some promise to fulfill, and so that it can be seen by everyone - that’s up the prices: their growth is very conducive to growth GDP. laughing
  15. valokordin
    valokordin 2 July 2013 17: 33 New
    +2
    Russia needs to return its money to itself, and this is the direct concern of the president and the government.
  16. AK-47
    AK-47 2 July 2013 17: 37 New
    +1
    Fig is remarkable. Number 3. Monetization of Russia is artificially restrained. The ultra-high volume of reserve assets is the money withdrawn from the Russian economy.
    This is that 73% of the state. assets are dead weight and do not work. Looks like sabotage. Or maybe they don’t, they saw each other for a long time ...
    1. papss
      papss 2 July 2013 18: 17 New
      +1
      I’ll give you an even more interesting table ... judge for yourself ... you can see from it that in 2006, Russia lends to the whole world in cash and deposits http://pics.livejournal.com/kermit73/pic/000qhky6
      http://kermit73.livejournal.com/646363.html
      And here we are vigorously discussing the Bank of Russia
  17. Dromac
    Dromac 2 July 2013 17: 40 New
    -3
    Believe me, Nabiulina did not just come to the Central Bank. Change is coming. Putin set a man who must eliminate all these enslaving conditions. It is the matter of time. Because we are tied tightly and where do not immediately retreat the international court.
    1. Ustas
      Ustas 3 July 2013 08: 17 New
      +1
      Quote: Dromac
      Believe me, Nabiulina did not just come to the Central Bank. Change is coming

      Judging by her past position in the Government of the Russian Federation, I have not felt the change.
  18. Yarosvet
    Yarosvet 2 July 2013 17: 46 New
    +3
    I am delighted by people who, instead of self-reading, begin to repeat Fedorov-old man's crap.

    For especially lazy - articles 3, 4, 5, 12, 13, 14, 15, 21 - this is the main thing.

    On controversial articles:
    Article 6 (on the courts) - how do you imagine a financial organization conducting international activities and not having the opportunity to defend its interests when a foreign financial organization, for example, tries to throw it? laughing

    Article 22 (on granting loans to the government) is better explained to me by Demur:

    1. Babon
      Babon 3 July 2013 02: 07 New
      0
      Regarding the video, is it not noticeable that the words are superimposed on the video? And what does a man say about something else entirely? How can this be taken at all, if this is clearly a fake video?
      1. Yarosvet
        Yarosvet 3 July 2013 03: 05 New
        0
        Fucking you specialist. Just look for the normal version.
  19. Tektor
    Tektor 2 July 2013 17: 47 New
    +1
    The article is very superficial and tendentious. It smacks of a sketch. In almost every paragraph the whole truth is not stated ... Very simple: China is in the same conditions. Does it bother him?
  20. Begemot
    Begemot 2 July 2013 17: 53 New
    +7
    Everything is written correctly. I approve as an employee of the financial sector with 20 summer experience. The Central Bank is a state in a state. The phrase deserves special attention; "For the" defeat "of sovereignty, there is no longer any need for the use of military force." This is very true said, and for a long time it has not been possible to ignore how and who acts in this direction in Russia. The Central Bank and the State Duma are at the forefront. DG lay down with his bones to create an insurmountable legislative barrier to any attempt to create or develop a business (and now science has been pressed), and the Central Bank, keeping pace with the DG, does the same in the financial market, at the same time playing with money pumped from the economy in foreign banks . What can be a developed economy, if all the money earned by the country is exported abroad, and what is left is cynically stolen by officials. We are increasingly drawn into a cheating world game, the rules of which are not established by us and certainly not in our favor. WTO - from the same series. The successes of the USSR in the best years were due precisely to non-participation in these games.
    1. rpek32
      rpek32 3 July 2013 03: 35 New
      +1
      What to do now? request
      1. Ustas
        Ustas 3 July 2013 08: 21 New
        +3
        Quote: rpek32
        What to do now?

        Maybe you should leave the table with a roulette of the world economic system.
      2. Begemot
        Begemot 3 July 2013 13: 49 New
        +2
        stop focusing on "developed countries", stop dancing to their tune and pay attention to their opinion. All relations - only commodity - money, and only in our favor. We must finally understand that we need them much less than we need them.
  21. bubla5
    bubla5 2 July 2013 20: 24 New
    0
    Who were the first moneylenders and bankers, so get Jewish logic, just I do not understand why all the Jews abandoned their old names
  22. Odysseus
    Odysseus 2 July 2013 20: 34 New
    +3
    Well, actually, as a result of market reforms, Russia has turned into the cap.country of the 3rd world (peripheral capitalism), the essence of which is to supply the countries of the 1st world with resources and money, this is an “open secret” obvious to an intelligent person.
    But nevertheless, the statistics given in the article can be useful to those naive "patriots" who believe in the difference between Putin’s policy and Yeltsin’s, and in the "rising of Russia from its knees"
  23. Sukharev
    Sukharev 2 July 2013 20: 45 New
    0
    The article is very one-sided. Everything is far-fetched. The terminology is full of errors. There are no links to sources. In a word - populism of pure water. According to this article, you can make a "shocking" transmission on a second-class channel about psychics. But on this resource such appearances will be minus.
    1. Edward
      Edward 2 July 2013 21: 02 New
      0
      Article 6.
      “The Bank of Russia has the right to apply for the protection of its interests to international courts, courts of foreign states and arbitration courts.”

      This is not a shock for me, since I have known about this for a long time.
      And for you?
      What do you think this means? (Article 6).

      And yet, can you name at least one “Russian” bank operating in the territory of the Russian Federation?

      I agree with you on one thing - the article is 10 years late at least!
  24. Sukharev
    Sukharev 2 July 2013 20: 46 New
    +1
    Moreover. This article was also posted here: http: //cccp-revivel.blogspot.ru/2013/06/finansovo-ekonomicheskaya-desuverenizac
    iya-rossii.html

    and here: http://www.rusrand.ru/mission/result/result_831.html

    if you search you can still find =)
  25. My doctor
    My doctor 2 July 2013 21: 44 New
    -1
    Speaker well done. Made a bunch of graphs. And most importantly, not one figure that can be checked, but only the percentage is not clear how the received. And quotes in excerpts of laws, mixed with his opinion, are generally the highest skill. The most important thing is that everything is written correctly, without any complaints, quotes from your own text are marked with quotation marks.
    but hamsters clutch at valerian.
  26. PValery53
    PValery53 2 July 2013 22: 22 New
    +1
    When YOBN was at the helm, a worm virus was launched into our financial and banking system (even at the level of the Constitution), which restrains the development of the entire Russian economy. Moreover, control of this virus is in the hands of the US Federal Reserve. Wow bind! Forcingly pulling the money supply (the blood of the economy!) From circulation in Russia, artificially restrain its development. For such diversion it is necessary to dig out and bring to justice! (Sorry for the pun)
  27. PValery53
    PValery53 2 July 2013 22: 26 New
    +1
    When YOBN was at the helm, a worm virus was launched into our financial and banking system (even at the level of the Constitution), which restrains the development of the entire Russian economy. Moreover, control of this virus is in the hands of the US Federal Reserve. Wow bind! Forcingly pulling the money supply (the blood of the economy!) From circulation in Russia, artificially restrain its development. For such diversion it is necessary to dig out and bring to justice! (Sorry for the pun)
  28. datur
    datur 2 July 2013 22: 29 New
    -1
    well, we read the article; we transfer money to the Armenian currency !!! laughing
  29. aud13
    aud13 2 July 2013 23: 05 New
    +6
    I can’t say by the numbers, but in spirit I agree with the article.
    It seems that there is a targeted program of measures to seize control of the Russian economy. The most profitable assets are transferred to offshore and it is not clear to whom they belong there.
    I have been working as an auditor for a long time. Audit is one of those activities that allows a third-party auditor to understand the very essence of the activities of the audited company. At the same time, a qualified auditor during the audit can understand all the essential aspects of the financial and economic activities of the enterprise. According to the Law on Auditing, auditors are required to keep audit secrecy. In fact, it can be very difficult to verify its preservation, because it is not only in paper form, but also in the head of the auditors.
    The essence of the problem lies in the fact that over the past few years, measures have actually been taken to survive the domestic audit organizations in the interests of foreign auditors, especially the firms of the so-called Big Four.
    This work is carried out under the leadership of the head of the Department of Finance for accounting Schneidman Leonid Zinovievich.
    This partner from 1992 to 2004 worked in the audit firm РricewaterhouseCoopers and left from there to the Ministry of Finance as a partner of the audit and consulting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers. In the interests of this company, he continues his activities as head of the department.
    It is interesting that our Russian auditors have long been trying to convey to the authorities substantiated claims regarding the imposed "reform", but unfortunately the authorities remain deaf to our arguments.
    The most interesting thing is that we are seeing similar “reforms” in other areas of activity. All of them begin to be held under beautiful slogans, but in fact lead to the collapse of all the positive that has been accumulated earlier. Now we are looking at the process of "reform" in science.
    1. Begemot
      Begemot 3 July 2013 17: 04 New
      +1
      Recently, almost word for word, he heard the same speech from one head of an insurance company, while working at the bank himself, I never cease to be surprised at our authorities.
      A small example: in 1998, in order to receive a bank card, the client had to sign 1 times in 2 copies of documents: "I received the card and PIN, I agree with the rules." Now you need to sign 2 times 7 times: for personal data, for rules, for a card and PIN, for tariffs, account contract, (not) public person of the Russian Federation, public person of a foreign state.
      Customers yell at the girls at the counter, and that only cries and remains, not to explain that the State Duma has accepted all this garbage, and there have never been a lack of controllers in our country.
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  31. Anhaght
    Anhaght 3 July 2013 14: 01 New
    0
    By creating outright lawlessness, the Americans present their deeds as a blessing to all. Sow death "in the name of democracy" with the confidence that nothing will stop them. Well, in war as in war. Then it would be good to create a non-state structure that is engaged in printing and issuing US dollars, paying the West and the United States with the same empty backing as the dummies that they buy from us. And let them choke on their dollars.