I want to immediately make a reservation. I am not for Putin and not against Putin. I am FOR my family and my three children. Mainly because, as I indicated in the last article, nothing can be changed now anyway. “They have more trunks,” well, having a family and children greatly reduces the revolutionary expectations, since the revolutionary vicissitudes have a very negative effect on the civilian population. Also I can not say that I have all the evidence of my theory. No one has them, because the actions of state structures are often secret, and the actions of people standing above government structures, in principle, do not have supporting documents, because they operate outside the state or international legal field and they do not need to compile and leave relevant documents. Therefore, the main tool that I used to build this theory is logic. And as a basis for building conclusions, I take the facts and chronology from publicly available sources (for example, the all-knowing Vika), or those that I observed myself at the philistine level or learned from those people whom I trust for reasons known to me. Several sites, the data that I also used, I will give below. Therefore, those who want “numbers of laws” and “filming with a hidden camera of meetings of the Bildelberg Club” can safely close the page with this article.
So, we will have to start from the moment of the death of Comrade Stalin, who destroyed the past mechanism of the collapse of Russia. By this time, the USSR, as Russia was then called, had taken such a powerful start after the hardest war that it threatened to leave Western "democracies" far behind. Thoughtful host I. Dzhugashvili understood that large-scale production should be built by state forces and belong to the state, which can, if necessary, carry out their modernization by attracting budgetary funds. At the same time, the satisfaction of retail demand of the population is better dealt with by a small private trader, who is more flexible, adapts to the conjuncture of consumer demand and does not require large capital investments for the modernization of production. That is why on a par with the five-year construction projects and giant factories in the Stalinist economy private entrepreneurs and small artels worked. However, such an approach to economics went against the spirit of classical Marxism, whose postulates were professed by the party nomenklatura, which helped Stalin deal with the Trotskyists. Before the death of the leader, who closed the whole range of questions on himself and rigidly suppressed everything that interfered with the execution of his tasks, the discussion did not go beyond the limits of theoretical reflections and disputes. But his sudden death sharply intensified the confrontation along the party nomenklatura - the production workers. The prominent representatives of the first were Malenkov, Khrushchev and Bulganin. They were opposed by the so-called "production workers", headed by L. AP Beria. What would be the situation if they won, we can only guess. But the winners were party agents, who were able to attract to their side the military led by G. TO. Zhukov and such "extrablock" representatives of the Soviet elite, like V. М. Molotov. In the course of further struggle, N. C. Khrushchev. However, there could not have been much difference from the change of personalities, since even at the August session of the USSR Armed Forces Malenkov had declared “a turn of industry to the well-being of the people”. T. e. about the accelerated development of the production of consumer goods. The new leaders did a great service to the West, hampering the development of the USSR (repealed by a decree of the USSR Council of Ministers on 21.03.1953 No.149 significant number of Stalinist infrastructure and industrial projects) and throwing significant resources to re-establish large enterprises, which were to replace the abolished "small business". The dispute between the two major socialist powers — Russia and China — was no less successful for the West. This allowed the West to relieve tensions in relations with the USSR, putting down the vigilance of the Soviet leadership in the division of spheres of influence (the creation of the Warsaw Pact Organization) and moving from drawing up plans for USSR nuclear bombing to their favorite plan to gradually surround and strangle the enemy. However, Khrushchev's “honeymoon” with the Americans did not last long and ended with a loud Caribbean crisis that put the world on the brink of a nuclear conflict, and so ... “Kuz'kina mom”. But if, in the military-political sphere, Khrushchev's heirs were able to correct the consequences of “Perestroika No. XXUMX” and even go over to the offensive, staging a bloody bath in Vietnam for the Americans, strengthening themselves in the Arab world and in many African countries, breaking off tons. about. the grip of the enemy encirclement did not succeed in correcting the economic consequences of the Khrushchev reforms. And they did not try to do this, except for the far from complete attempt of the Kosygin reforms. As a result, despite the rapid growth rates, especially in the real sector of the economy, the USSR was too slowly catching up with its opponents. And it was especially manifested in the provision of the population with goods attributable to non-essential items: household appliances and electronics, furniture, and cars. Also, there was insufficient attention to the production of clothing; large industrial enterprises simply did not keep pace with fashion and consumption patterns. As well as the fast-growing electronics. It can be said that the leadership of the country tried to carry out another industrialization on the rolled up Stalin track, but only in the area of providing the population. But the results of this industrialization No. XXUMX turned out to be too late and not always competitive with Western counterparts. And for this they paid a general decrease in the rate of growth of industry. At the same time, Western countries actively pursued a social policy, creating a powerful layer of the middle class, whose lives were envied by citizens of the late USSR, who were not shown the slums of the Big Apple, but showed only advertising views of Manhattan. The betrayal of a young party elite like Yeltsin or Gorbachev, who did not conceal his desire to destroy the socialist USSR, helped the West win the ideological war, powdering Soviet citizens with the brains of an advertisement for the Western way of life.
In this situation, with the beginning of the rule of R. Reagan, an operation began to be conducted on dismembering Russia. I recall briefly the situation in which the West found itself by this time. In the middle and at the end of 70, the West fell into a crisis lane. The cause of the crisis was precisely that very middle class, which was raised to oppose the Soviet standard of living. Representatives of the middle class consumed too much and at the same time, in order to fulfill their task, they had to constantly increase this consumption in order to maintain the gap from the rapidly growing population of the USSR. At the same time, thanks to the successful foreign policy expansion of the USSR, the possibilities for pumping out resources from developing countries were reduced. In this situation, in the coming 10-20 years, the West faced the prospect of a defeat in the race for living standards of the population, having lost the conditions for victory over the USSR in the Cold War. West had to use the last opportunity. Suppress the crisis by unwinding the economy by increasing public debt (now called “quantitative easing”) and use trained traitors from the Soviet elite. Strikes on Russia were carried out from various directions. The endless war in Afghanistan, the victory in which it was impossible to achieve, because the anti-Soviet forces received generous funding and assistance from the West through Pakistan. The fall in oil prices. The attack on the allies of the USSR, for example, an operation against Libya in 1983 year. To this was added the opening of the fifth column of the information field of the USSR for Western propaganda and the initiation of economic difficulties. Organized crime, which was supposed to terrorize the population, divide it and distract from what is happening in political life, was not forgotten either. For the rapid development of organized crime, the dry law already tested in the USA was used. For those who are still not distracted, an informational sabotage about restructuring was launched, which will make it possible to reach Western abundance, of course, through democratic changes.
I will not describe the mechanism of the collapse of the USSR itself, it is well known to everyone. But the question is: why was the collapse not complete? Why is it allowed to preserve the core of the country - the RSFSR? The biggest problem was the nuclear weapon THE USSR. With the collapse of the country, it could fall into the hands of uncontrollable politicians like “Lukashenka’s Old Man,” or spread out around the world altogether. It was nuclear weapons that saved the country from the final collapse. Since it was necessary to calmly concentrate it in the hands of a managed politician and gradually dispose of it, reducing the potential to a safe one that could be destroyed with one blow. The RSFSR-RF under the leadership of Yeltsin became such a gravedigger of the USSR nuclear potential. So, we have come to the fatal year for the USSR 1991, when the first stage of the destruction of the country was completed in Belovezhskaya Pushcha.
Confirmation that the cold war against Russia has not ended after the collapse of the USSR is all that happened at the beginning of 90's. Yeltsin’s gang continued Gorbachev’s policy of weakening the country. Galloping inflation, reaching 2000% per year, non-payment of wages, non-payment crisis between enterprises, a real rampage of organized crime. The population was terrorized by banditry, befuddled by the propaganda of capitalist success at any cost — while simultaneously lowering the standard of living of most people. All this led to a break in social ties. As a result, protests, for example, of miners or pensioners, strikes, were scattered, uncoordinated, and were either stopped by promises to restore the situation or suppressed by the forces of law and order. And all this was done under the strict guidance of foreign "advisers" who occupied the offices of top officials of the Russian Federation.
Also, the implementation of a policy aimed at reducing the country's nuclear potential began. Until 1996, all nuclear weapons from the former Soviet republics were concentrated in the Russian Federation. And at the same time, an START-2 agreement was adopted, which intensified the reduction in the number of weapons as compared to START-1 and should have led to the destruction of all carriers with multiple warheads. It was on the ratification of this agreement that already in 1992 for the first time, the plan for the 2 stage of the destruction of Russia stumbled. However, the reduction continued under START-1. Also in 1992, a bomb was laid under the Russian Federation in the form of the non-alignment of Chechnya and Tatarstan to a federal treaty.
As I said above, the first attempt of internal forces to thwart the plans of foreigners for the final destruction of Russia is connected with the START-2 agreement. The Armed Forces of the Russian Federation did not support the ratification of this treaty. And then escalation of tension between the legislative and executive authorities began. The official causes of the crisis indicate the so-called “diarchy” and the refusal of the Supreme Council and the Congress to exclude from the Constitution of the Russian Federation references to the Constitution of the USSR. However, I propose to treat the second critically. Since the same deputies have not done anything recently to defend the USSR. Therefore, in the Constitution, they clearly defended not references to the USSR, but their own power. Thus, it can be said that those circles that decided to take advantage of the collapse of the USSR to their own advantage stood for R. Khasbulatov and A. Rutsky. Naturally, their plans did not include nuclear disarmament of Russia, either. I remember how 3 of October 1993 of the year on Moscow channels showed a truck entering Ostankino and angry frightened comments from corrupt Yeltsin journalists. And I remember well my joy that the hated gravedigger of the country receives what he deserves. Unfortunately, the next day already showed footage of the shooting of the White House. It was not only the defeat of the Armed Forces, not only the failure to fight for the power of a group of politicians. It was a failure to prevent the collapse of Russia. Which occurred mainly because it was carried out in essence by the same traitors as Yeltsin and his liberal team were. They did not receive sufficient support from the masses, who did not see the difference between them and their opponents. And as a result, despite the shedding of considerable blood, suffered a crushing defeat. And when they talk about patriotism of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation now, I ask, where was the patriotism of these people two years ago? Of course, at that time I did not understand all this and, of course, supported them with all my heart and very much regretted that I had not been to Moscow, and that nothing had happened in Khabarovsk.
How long the West has measured out the agony of Russia is rather difficult to say. On the one hand, prerequisites for the further disintegration of Russia in the form of de facto recognition of Chechnya’s independence were created already in 1995, and Tatarstan earlier refused to sign a federal treaty. The growth of risky mortgage loans in the United States, the so-called “mortgage bubble,” which then broke in 2008, falls on the 1998 year. This may indicate that the positive effect on the economy of the USA from the robbery of Russia through a fraud called “Privatization” was by this time already running out. And that means it was calculated to the end of 90-x. On the other hand, the contract of START-2 lasts up to 2003, and the agreement "HEU-LEU" lasts until 2013. My subjective opinion is that Russia would not be allowed to live up to the new millennium. Still, it is a milestone. Yes, and everything was ready at the end of 90's. I remember how seriously the creation of the FER was discussed and I cannot say that I myself was completely against it, because I saw what was going on around me. And sometimes a mean little thought appeared. And, maybe, it is true, at least for a while, until they bring order. Indeed, in 20, they were able to return ... The vague “associative” accession of Tatarstan to the federal treaty at a time when the army, despite the betrayal and / or stupidity of command and the venality of many commanders and commissaries, was able to take control of rebellious Chechnya. And she received, like a knife in the back, a stop order, and the broken terrorists dictated their conditions of federal authority in Khasavyurt. In fact, Chechnya became independent, being legally part of the Russian Federation, and at any time could become the first stone that would bring down an avalanche of sovereignties prepared even 10 years ago. The main production has already been destroyed or bought up in the bud with a ricket. So what else to pull?
But back a bit. The presidential election 1996 of the year is considered by many to be rigged. However, there is no documentary evidence of this, and therefore everyone can resolve this issue for themselves. Moreover, it does not affect anything. And really. Is the difference between Yeltsin and Zyuganov great, the events of 93 of the year showed well. But I would like to draw attention to such a thing, how could Yeltsin even think about going to the elections in just a year or so after the bloody bath of the first Chechen campaign and the Khasavyurt disgrace? And all this against the backdrop of the hardest domestic economic situation. Who could vote for him in this situation? Except, perhaps, the liberals, the defenders. Can a politician so compromised himself even hope for success? These were the first elections in which I participated, and I remember very well how campaigning took place in only one EBN in all media. Zyuganov practically did not appear on the screen. All banners in the city were filled only with this hated person. Administrative resource was used to its fullest. The patriotic electorate was distracted by the duck - General Lebed. Is it important in this situation that people think? Of course not. And even if the counting of ballots was crystal clear, by no means you would call these elections honest, because the entire Klama of liberasts, oligarchs and officials took up arms against the Russian people. But these elections, perhaps, became the frontier for which the new stage of the struggle against the collapse of Russia began.
Now, the newly-minted native oligarchs have joined the game against the West. In the case of the collapse of Russia, they could lose their goods stolen from the people. They sharpened their fangs in criminal squabbles, amassed the necessary contacts among top officials. And, using their need for power, they were able to pull the Family over to their side. What makes you think so? The time between 1996 and 1998 for years is remembered as some lull before the storm. At this time, inflation was fairly low, the situation with the payment of wages more or less stabilized. At the beginning of 98, a denomination began. I remember how my father said that now that the oligarchs had stolen, they would try to restore order. However, the order was rather relative. Meanwhile, the same time is marked by the cooling of relations between the regime of the Russian Federation and the West. Then it was written off to the fact that Western liberals rinse EBN due to the inertia of the war in Chechnya. This is the background, the feelings that the population of the Russian Federation had in those years. Why did some recovery of the economy happen? After all, no special prerequisites for this were observed. Government debt was high, industry stood, oil prices were at the level of 25-30 dollars per barrel. The “GKO pyramid” became a wonderful magic wand for the domestic economy, which poured into it real money and launched it. In general, the beginning of this system dates back to the 93-th year. But first, trading volumes were low. AT stories GKO had two revival, or rather, a sharp increase in the volume of the system. The first fell on the 95 year - the year of the abolition of the floating dollar against the ruble. In the T-bills came the players on the currency exchange. And the second falls on the 96-97 biennium. In the 96 year before the elections, both the volume of the GKO market and the yield, which reached the record 250 percent, sharply increased. The government took the money for the election campaign, but at an unprecedentedly high, in fact, bonded percentage, because the T-bill had to be repaid. Moreover, after the elections, although the yield dropped to 60%, however, the market continued to grow. Where did these golden rivers come from? The answer is simple, the GKO market was monopolized by several commercial banks owned by oligarchs since 93. And in 96, it was they who, as we remember, financed the electoral campaign of EBN. But after the election, funding was not over. And this suggests that the oligarchs and the government came to a definite agreement. Those. The oligarchs managed to force the Family to accept their conditions, because they had a real instrument of pressure on the government - the GKO pyramid. But at the same time, they continued to finance this system, from which money was directed towards the recovery of the Russian economy. That also speaks of the focus of the agreement: it was aimed at strengthening the country, which is the opposite of the process of disintegration. In principle, under those conditions, it was the only option for financing the economy, since the Central Bank was independent from 1995, and refused to print unsecured gold reserves.
Naturally, the nouveau riche free money was not so much. Their main wealth was businesses bought for pennies. Therefore, for a long time they could not support the GKO pyramid independently. And so they began to borrow money in the West. Naturally, for them it was also beneficial because of incomparable percentages. But in the middle of 97, the shop with loans, apparently, was covered, and foreign investors were allowed into the T-bills market, which flooded the market with a large amount of finances (only the Soros fund lost 2 billion on the collapsed T-bills pyramid) dollars). There was an explosive growth of the GKO market, and this despite the decline in yield to 9-10%. But it did not last long. The dollar river suddenly dried up at the start of 98. At the same time, oil prices collapsed, dropping from 26 to 10 dollars per barrel. Sound familiar? The intervention of foreign capital inflated the GKO market; the government could no longer refuse to play, since it was necessary to pay off the already sold bonds. Then a sharp collapse of the market, which should lead to its collapse. At the same time, the government and its supporting oligarchs are deprived of the main revenue item - petrodollars. And they cannot even support the falling pyramid even in fire mode. At the same time, Berezovsky’s media began a powerful harassment of the Kiriyenko government, which increased the outflow of capital from the T-bills market. Well, the last blow to the pyramid was dealt by the “Russian” Central Bank, when it refused to buy back the T-bills surplus (unlike the Fed, which regularly “buys out” US government bonds). As a result, the Family and the oligarchs acknowledged themselves defeated and went to the IMF for a loan of 26 billion. dollars to save the pyramid. True, they got just 4 more than a billion. But with the help of these funds, the capitals of the main oligarchs and some foreign investors were saved. And the Russian economy collapsed. Given the loss of Soros, all this is very similar to the “kick” of foreigners, for the saving of money which the IMF funds were allocated. Thus, the struggle continued. After the events of August 1998, the government attempted to conduct an extraordinary audit of the Central Bank, encroaching on its independence. Prosecutor General Y. Skuratov initiated an investigation into the crash of the GKO market. E. was nominated for the post of prime minister. М. Primakov, a hardliner in relation to the West. But the most interesting thing is that the Russian economy recovered very quickly after the default. Launched earlier with cash infusions of 96-98, it began to rise again after a crisis drawdown. Still, Russia could not economically fight with the West. And so the main activity was chosen foreign policy. What is reflected in the support of Yugoslavia. Unfortunately, the bet on Milosevic was a bit. The attempt of this Serbian politician to sit on two chairs, receiving help from Moscow and at the same time flirting with the West, led to the fact that he did not receive any help or understanding with the West. The military operation against Yugoslavia became the apogee of the opposition of the Yeltsin team against the West. As an external manifestation, we could see the turn of the Primakov aircraft over the Atlantic. But Yugoslavia was crushed. In May 1999, Primakov was dismissed, Skuratov lost his post as a result of the orgy of a “person resembling the Attorney General” on TV. The foreign policy defeat, coupled with the economic defeat forced the Family to go to the surrender.
As we have seen, the operation to destroy Russia, most likely, was entering the final phase. The separatists were ready, the people were neutralized, the comprador elite, who tried to resist the defeat of the country, also suffered a defeat. The NATO military machine after Yugoslavia was ready to strike at the fragments of Russia if one of them dares to resist the destruction of nuclear weapons. Force majeure, of course, was the need to change the performer. Since the West could not be sure that EBN will not throw out any more trick. Therefore, B. A. Berezovsky, who was faithful to his Western masters, was to become the main grave digger of Russia. But the problem was that the BAB could not legally head Russia, it’s not even Yeltsin. No propaganda could force Russians to vote for him. They didn’t risk it and decided to choose a new chairman. Which led to the operation "Successor". Further I will not repeat what I wrote in the last article. I will dwell only on one point, since it is an important point in the chain of logical conclusions.
According to BAB, his disagreements with the protégé (ie, VVP) began after the completion of the operation to squeeze Chechen terrorists out of Dagestan. V.V.P. on his own initiative, he continued the operation in Chechnya itself, which was opposed by BAB. Naturally, it was Chechen terrorists who should have become the ram that was supposed to begin the destruction of the country. And to destroy them in the plans of the BAB was not at all. For the “Successor” it was enough just to win. And during the time of powerlessness after Yeltsin’s departure, the operation could enter its final phase. But the native oligarchs and the VVP. there were other plans ...