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There is no need to be afraid of sanctions. We are exacerbated by pressure

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There is no need to be afraid of sanctions. We are exacerbated by pressure



Franklin Delano Dzhemsovich Roosevelt in the first of his four inaugural speeches 1933.03.04 (it was he who transferred the inauguration of the presidents of the United States of America from March 4, as happened from the 1789 of the year due to the weakness of communication and communication, on 20 January), said : “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself”. I think this also applies to the sanctions promised by our strategic competitors for the first steps towards the reunification of our country.

The point is not even that economic sanctions are two-edged, that they will cause serious losses to our Western counterparts. It is they who could still survive - in the end they are richer than us and can remember the saying “as long as the thick dries — the thin will die.” But the situation is much worse for them. I recently sent an article to Business Journal, where I talk in some detail (as far as possible in the publication, where I’ve been given 8 thousands of typed characters in each issue).

Economic sanctions will simply force us to reestablish those productions that we once sacrificed for our foreign partners, on the assumption that the longer the processing chain, the deeper the division of labor, the higher the productivity of this labor. Having revived these technological chains in our country, we seem to be doomed to a certain decrease in the efficiency of our production in comparison with the current state. It turns out that even this effectiveness will not decrease.

As Mikhail L. Khazin rightly points out, the lengthening of the technological chain is accompanied by an increase in risks. While there is work on this chain, while intermediate products are transferred from one of its links to another, a potential consumer may change his mind and prefer some other consumption - respectively, all the funds already pumped into this production will remain unredeemed. Khazin even came to the conclusion: the current stage of the general crisis of market economy stems precisely from the fact that the likelihood of risks in the current super-long production chains is too great, and the entire modern financial system is no longer able to compensate for these risks. Proceeding from this, it turns out: although the reduction of production chains lowers them, so to speak, formal efficiency, but it increases the effectiveness of real, calculated taking into account the probability of losses according to the mechanism described by Khazin.

Therefore, now the sanctions that can be applied to us will prove to be even beneficial for us in the end. We will not only develop our own production, but also reduce production risks, thereby raising the real - and not purely accounting - profitability of production. Therefore, I would not be afraid of sanctions on the site of our manufacturers.

Another thing is that the sanctions are disadvantageous to merchants. They do not take on the risks associated with production chains, but deal only with finished products. Moreover, under the threat of failure in partnership, they can squeeze out of any supplier the price that does not take into account the risk insurance described by Khazin: it is not difficult to replace the failed supplier with a new merchant. Therefore, sanctions that increase the apparent part of production costs will prevent traders far more than production workers. And the economic bloc of our government, as is well known, consists almost exclusively of adherents of libertarian dogma. This dogma is built, as I have repeatedly noted, in the interests of merchants, because it strongly neglects all the technical and economic effects arising from the existence of technological chains and generally from the existence of complex, multi-stage interconnections between business entities. Therefore, the economic bloc of our government since the Gaidar times reflects the interests of merchants - to the detriment of the interests of production workers (and most of society, because much more people depend on production than on trade).

I believe that the threat of sanctions is designed primarily to cause a split in our government - between the proponents of the interests of traders and production workers, and accordingly in society - between the dealers and production workers. But we need to keep in mind: if we surrender, if we give way to newly-minted sanctioners, then we will lose the opportunity to protect the interests of our entire economy - not only production workers, but also traders. When their more or less homegrown Pyaterochka and Seventh Continents give way to purely imported Auchan and Billam, the bulk of the profits from the trade will also slip past the mouth of domestic traders and advocates of their interests. So, in terms of ignoring the threat of sanctions, the interests of the whole society are practically the same.

And who does not understand this, who lives according to the thieves' principle “die you today, and I - tomorrow,” he ultimately strives to ensure that society not only does not care about its interests, but also takes all necessary measures to prevent its attempts to resist public interest.
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  1. Stiletto
    Stiletto 20 March 2014 15: 39
    +38
    Russians have no doubts about the benefits of the so-called "sanctions". There are doubts about the adequacy of those who prescribe them to us.
    1. a52333
      a52333 20 March 2014 15: 49
      +18
      What does not kill me makes me stronger.

      F. Nietzsche
      1. jjj
        jjj 20 March 2014 16: 49
        +41
        Today a very important event has occurred. At a congress of Russian industrialists and entrepreneurs, President Vladimir Putin said that Russian companies should be registered exclusively in Russia, have a transparent ownership structure and pay all taxes in their homeland. Otherwise not allowed. In addition, all individuals will be required to notify tax authorities if they own more than 1 percent of the shares in a foreign business. And they will pay taxes in Russia. Large fines are provided for shelter
        1. parusnik
          parusnik 20 March 2014 17: 14
          +10
          For a long time it was .. no .. it was necessary to dance on a rake ..
          1. Slavapom
            Slavapom 20 March 2014 17: 31
            +13
            The sanctions of Ukraine against Russia are a bit of a joke of humor ...
            Tomorrow, March 21, Parliament will consider bills on:

            - severance of diplomatic relations with Russia;
            - introduction of a visa regime with Russia;
            - nationalization of Russian property in Ukraine;
            - recognition of Crimea as occupied territory;
            - Ukraine joining NATO and the EU;
            - Establishing the cost of transit of Russian gas through the territory of Ukraine to European countries in the amount of 500 dollars per thousand cubic meters;
            - the prohibition of broadcasting Russian channels;
            - full mobilization of the military;
            - the return of the nuclear status of Ukraine;
            - the exclusion of Russia from the UN Security Council;
            - the exclusion of the sun from the solar system, the Russian Federation - from the universe
            1. asar
              asar 20 March 2014 18: 37
              +1
              yes on the drum of Russia all these attempts! they will not decide what to be! the gut is to solve the internal problems ?!
            2. greshnik80
              greshnik80 20 March 2014 18: 57
              +2
              I think they can still exclude Russia from the textbooks of geography and history. And in the atlases write "vile enemy".
            3. Altor86
              Altor86 20 March 2014 19: 51
              +2
              Super !!! Land to peasants, Water to sailors !!
            4. Ascetic
              Ascetic 20 March 2014 20: 12
              +8
              Quote: Slavapom
              The sanctions of Ukraine against Russia are a bit of a joke of humor ...
              Tomorrow, March 21, Parliament will consider bills on:


              We also know how to joke

        2. Ross
          Ross 20 March 2014 21: 08
          0
          Russian businessmen supported Obama's retaliatory sanctions!
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    2. Cherdak
      Cherdak 20 March 2014 16: 07
      +27
      Quote: Stiletto
      Russians have no doubts about the benefits of the so-called "sanctions".
    3. ele1285
      ele1285 20 March 2014 17: 38
      +16
      Quote: Stiletto
      There are doubts about the adequacy of those who prescribe them to us.

      Listeners ask Radio Kolyvan:
      - Tell me, where is the quietest place in Ukraine now?
      Radio Kolyvan answers:
      - In Chernobyl!
      Listener:
      - How is it in Chernobyl? Why?
      "Radio Kolyvan":
      - So everyone and the mutants have now moved to Kiev ...
  2. moremansf
    moremansf 20 March 2014 15: 39
    +7
    In general, as we say: - A double-edged sword, it is unknown which is heavier !!! Guys let's be friends!!!
    1. Alexander Romanov
      Alexander Romanov 20 March 2014 15: 47
      +51
      Quote: moremansf
      Guys let's be friends!!!

      And when did we live together? Under the drunk Yeltsin, he tried his best.
      Sanctions are good for us, we’ll start building factories multiple times across the country and recruiting engineers, managers and lawyers as well as economists. But until you give a kick in the ass to Russian, hell will get off the sofa. hi
      1. raf
        raf 20 March 2014 16: 09
        +13
        Very self-critical, not a bit rude, but I repent myself the same! repeat
      2. baltika-18
        baltika-18 20 March 2014 16: 13
        +8
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        Sanctions are good for us
        What Mr. Wasserman and others call sanctions. These are not sanctions, it is to save face. Now an economic war is beginning, which has not actually stopped before, but will now just enter a new phase. It will resemble a sluggish schizophrenia on both sides. , as a result of which all the warring parties will be in a deep priest, which the organizers of this performance actually need.
        1. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 20 March 2014 16: 26
          +9
          Quote: baltika-18
          The fact that Mr. Wasserman and others call sanctions. These are not sanctions, it is so-save face

          Kohl, yes, in general, I’m saying that if they introduce it, I’m only in favor. We pushed the loot for banks and shares, and then oops, we need to work.
      3. Manager
        Manager 20 March 2014 16: 22
        +4
        Quote: Alexander Romanov
        not managers, lawyers

        But but !! Here are personalities please do not touch)))
        1. Alexander Romanov
          Alexander Romanov 20 March 2014 16: 27
          +3
          Quote: Manager
          But but !! Here are personalities please do not touch)))

          Well, judging by the nickname, you're not Max's lawyer wassat
          1. Manager
            Manager 20 March 2014 17: 01
            +2
            Quote: Alexander Romanov
            Well, judging by the nickname, you're not Max's lawyer

            Yes, I'm not a manager! Just put a bad nick at the beginning of the path)) Change dreary and long now)
      4. askort154
        askort154 20 March 2014 16: 43
        +5
        Alexander Romanov ... You won't give a kick in the ass to a Russian, the hell will get off the couch. good

        It is difficult from the sofa, but it is possible. But with the PIPE - dozens of years does not work, although EVERYTHING is constantly, for dozens of years they say that IT'S TIME. But there is a silver lining, maybe a "real" crisis will help ?! What if we recruited Obamka back in Africa? If everything works out, then we will exchange it for Humpbacked.
        1. Alan
          Alan 22 March 2014 19: 43
          0
          “Gorby” cannot be given away; future generations must have a place to come and spit! And Russia needs a new industrialization, this will be the best response to all kinds of sanctions.
    2. Ross
      Ross 20 March 2014 16: 54
      +7
      Zyuganov squeezed, at a session of parliament told a joke:
      in the West they are discussing the "arrogance" of the Russians who have "seized" the Crimea. One says to another: I would pull out all the legs of these Russians. The other is terrified: don't, what are you? I saw that they won all the medals at the Olympiad! laughing
  3. Hs487
    Hs487 20 March 2014 15: 40
    +9
    That would be to get out of the WTO ...
    1. ZU-23
      ZU-23 20 March 2014 15: 48
      +7
      Yes, according to the WTO, by the way, everyone is still accustomed to crying, but in fact it has already made a profit of 1%, considering that all the time there were only deposits, so the benefits of the WTO went, it’s bad for those who don’t want to invest and restructure technologies, because of these we will lose our whole life, and in the WTO they are forced to think with their heads. You look, even the Kamazs have become better, but if it hadn’t been for the WTO, they would have been in the 80s all their lives.
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    3. matross
      matross 20 March 2014 16: 01
      +6
      Or from START ... or from the Kyoto Protocol ... or from the UN Security Council ... or to enter ... into NATO and the EU ... or withdraw the ambassador from Jamaica. So many great ideas! And no one knows why we have been rushing into this WTO for so many years? The door was wrong, or the machinations of the enemy? Maybe there was some sense?
      1. ZU-23
        ZU-23 20 March 2014 16: 10
        +3
        Quote: matRoss
        And no one knows why we have been rushing into this WTO for so many years?

        Read more about the WTO, without the WTO, foreigners will not take our goods and we will not be pulled up to the level of quality and foreign technologies. You will deal with this issue more closely and you will never say that the WTO is unnecessary for us. And then you will say without the WTO that we have a bad country that depends only on resources.
        1. matross
          matross 20 March 2014 16: 20
          +2
          Quote: ZU-23
          Read more about the WTO

          Yes i read something wink This, like, the irony ... it was like that, I thought it’s clear, sorry hi
          1. ZU-23
            ZU-23 20 March 2014 16: 45
            0
            Quote: matRoss
            Yes, I read something. This, like, the irony ... it was like that, I thought it’s clear, sorry
            Or maybe I didn’t notice the irony too smile so if something too sorry hi
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        2. iConst
          iConst 20 March 2014 18: 17
          +4
          Quote: ZU-23
          Read more about the WTO, without the WTO, foreigners will not take our goods and we will not be pulled up to the level of quality and foreign technologies.

          And what has changed since the entry (August 2012) of Russia into the WTO? Echelons with Russian products rushed across the border? Nonsense.

          Everything that they bought and buy in no way connected with Russia's membership in the WTO. What they themselves can not do or it is not economically profitable to buy in Russia. And the other products are still dynamic - there are thousands of dodges.

          This does not mean that there is no need to be in the WTO. On the contrary. But to say that this is "our FSE" is, to put it mildly, an exaggeration.

          There are almost no resources in Europe. They make money from technology. And therefore no one will kindly allow the development of technologies in Russia. There is an unambiguous message: cricket - know your six. And they explain this by "integration".

          That is why agricultural products are bought from farmers almost without the profit of the latter, and then, through a cunning system of subsidies, they return to them. So that countries (Romania, Bulgaria, etc.) do not accumulate initial capital on what the land will give birth to. And they were eternal consumers of high technology.

          That is precisely why America is holding a high oil exchange rate so that the same countries will slow down in their development, since fuel at times raises the cost of EVERYTHING: from space to baking bread.

          And it is precisely because in Russia such a price for gasoline, as our "partners" have one of the main conditions for cooperation to dictate the price tag for energy resources.

          That's just the price in Russia for alcohol and smoking does not bother them - on the contrary.
        3. STALGRAD76
          STALGRAD76 21 March 2014 13: 35
          0
          Without getting into the WTO macroeconomic wilds,
          an example is that at the moment a peasant should be slaughtered and taken to a city for sale, for example, he must take a pig to the slaughter center in a specialized cattle slaughter center, butcher a carcass in a specialized center as well, the complex of veterinary vaccinations is by itself (this has been done before, only in our time there are more and more diseases in cattle) what kind of private trader will take such costs, you will not buy meat on the market for 350r / gk ......
          Well, the conclusion is that everything possible is being done, by operating various levers, including the WTO, to expel peasants from the land, in order for huge corporations to produce food products, I hope to have tried all the quality of such products ???????
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      3. Shaki's memory
        Shaki's memory 20 March 2014 16: 18
        +3
        fellow I OFFER TO ENTER NATO !!!!! BY THE MOST NETHERLANDS !!!!!
    4. Roman 57 rus
      Roman 57 rus 20 March 2014 17: 13
      +3
      Without the WTO Our metal was the cheapest in the world
  4. ZU-23
    ZU-23 20 March 2014 15: 43
    +3
    Here again, everyone would be fine, but commerce would be bad, and when commerce lives well, people feel bad.
  5. Very old
    Very old 20 March 2014 15: 44
    +16
    But we are aware of other sanctions: do not sell Sov. Union technology and pipes themselves large diameter. And what ? - They themselves mastered, they themselves established their production.
    The same for propellers for submarines

    That is to refuse the US in titanium, rocket engines ...
    1. jjj
      jjj 20 March 2014 16: 54
      +2
      Quote: Very old
      The same for propellers for submarines

      Zvezdochka propellers have no competitors in the world. And only a relatively small production capacity and the specificity of the main customer do not allow us to seize a dominant position in the world
  6. Kodar 75
    Kodar 75 20 March 2014 15: 46
    +24
    Indeed, we have nothing to fear.
  7. major071
    major071 20 March 2014 15: 56
    +16
    Wasserman is right as always. The restoration of its production is worth a lot. And the sanctions - they are double-edged, figurate in two directions. Let's see who will be the last to laugh. hi
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  9. rugor
    rugor 20 March 2014 16: 00
    +7
    "Ipatievskie" methods in relation to mattress covers are the most effective. Ipat, ipat and ipat again !!! laughing
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  11. Siberian19
    Siberian19 20 March 2014 16: 05
    +1
    all about sanctions! wink
  12. andrei332809
    andrei332809 20 March 2014 16: 11
    +3
    economic sanctions are a double-edged thing that they will cause serious losses to our Western counterparties.

  13. mountaineer
    mountaineer 20 March 2014 16: 14
    +30
    I think so! Wasserman plus! hi
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  16. pahom54
    pahom54 20 March 2014 16: 22
    +9
    Wasserman, as always on top, completely agrees with him that the sanctions will hit the merchants, not the manufacturers.
    In the days of the "Iron Curtain", even if our technology was not as perfect and beautiful as the Western one, the USSR provided its economy practically by itself, with its own production facilities. If the current sanctions force Russia to go for the second industrialization in its history - well, for this I (and I hope, not only me) will agree to tighten my belt and sit on porridge cooked in water. In my understanding, the imposed sanctions will hit the oligarchy first of all, and how can you call it a blow - the oligarch had 12 billion, now it is 8 - well, he will not die of hunger.
    I myself was always enraged by the fact that speaking about the modern economy and its development, first of all, it meant trade, and not the development of our own production, and only then - trade. Read the works of the ancient Plato "On the State" - what place he put in the society of hucksters! Almost to the lowest!
    Maybe even my grandchildren will live in a modern industrialized state, with developed agriculture - in general, in a state that fully ensures its national security in all its respects. So to the point and Nietzsche’s statement: everything that does not kill me is to my advantage. Introduce sanctions, gentlemen, and in 20-25 years you will be in the hop!
  17. vadson
    vadson 20 March 2014 16: 23
    +10
    there is one step that can very seriously boost our economy to the detriment of a bunch of freaks stuck to the pipe, you need to lower the cost of fuel, at times. let the solarium cost 10 rubles. Can you imagine what agriculture will be? a la Gagarin on p7. will go into space. and indeed the cost of goods in the economy will fall much, but in quantitative terms will increase. hence there will be more taxes with more production. in general, a good option. and gasification in Russia is needed everywhere. I have at home in the Sverdlovsk region in the regional center, pieces of 6-7 boiler houses only on gas, these are the ones that five-story buildings heat. + One street in the region of gas servants, this is the private sector. not to mention the rest of the private sector and villages, this is a nightmare. 21 century in the yard. make the connection price acceptable and work with volume, but no, and I’ll not eat it myself and I won’t let others ...
    I hope to see soon how the oligarchs will be forced to work for the state and not vice versa
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  20. Odessa-mama
    Odessa-mama 20 March 2014 16: 24
    +20
    )))))
    http://topwar.ru/uploads/images/2014/783/uajo17.jpg
  21. konvalval
    konvalval 20 March 2014 16: 29
    +4
    And Wasserman reassures us, we didn’t fight them (sanctions).
  22. alex47russ
    alex47russ 20 March 2014 16: 30
    +2
    Sanctions Don't Scare Us! bully
  23. Luga
    Luga 20 March 2014 16: 32
    +5
    Wasserman, as always, on the level. Everything is convincing, logical, harmonious.

    Everyone has already spoken about the sanctions, many more than once. What kind of hysteria? The impression is that we are trying to convince ourselves "ah, not scary", "ah, even good." And then we rejoice when geyropa begins to sabotage these very sanctions. Guys, it's time to decide - are we for sanctions, against, or do we just do not care? what wink
  24. Denis
    Denis 20 March 2014 16: 34
    +3
    http://demotivation.me/s17n6vhjpn52pic.html#.Uyrgl86mMcA
    Wasserman is considerate, although the rules of the site slow down emotions
    We have to put such sanctions on such Hussein
  25. storog.cccp
    storog.cccp 20 March 2014 16: 34
    +5
    Boomerang economic sanctions will hit Ukraine first. By abandoning our gas, Europe will deprive Independent considerable money for transit. The Baltic states know what it means to lose (due to the commissioning of our new and modernization of the old ports) part of the transit, they will not let us lie. By the way, sanctions will bury the economy not only of Ukraine, but also of three small and very proud Baltic countries.
    1. Denis
      Denis 20 March 2014 17: 34
      +1
      Quote: storog.cccp
      they will bury the economy not only of Ukraine, but also of three small and very proud Baltic countries

      Do they have it?
      In the Baltics and young people, it’s not, it’s long been tajikistan geyropov
  26. Sergg
    Sergg 20 March 2014 16: 36
    +5
    Of particular interest are the sanctions against our government officials who are prohibited by law from having assets abroad. fellow
    Obama stands behind those Russian officials who do not comply with Russian laws. Well, they bent Obama, well done, Putin.
  27. Sochi
    Sochi 20 March 2014 16: 37
    +8
    The sackings have already earned ... Poroshenko’s accounts in Russia and his plants were arrested.
  28. Uncle
    Uncle 20 March 2014 16: 40
    0
    Economic sanctions will simply force us to restore the production that we once sacrificed for our foreign partners With all due respect to the opinion of Anatoly Wasserman, I do not agree with him. Much in our country has simply never been produced. And there is no basis for starting production, there is nothing to restore. For the creation of production equipment will be needed, but it may not be sold to us. That is, some types of goods will simply disappear from sale. Although the West is not interested in sanctions, we are a huge market, the struggle for Ukraine is being waged in general because of the market, so no one will want to lose the Russian market. Many people remember how at one time the abandonment of Bush’s legs prompted our farms to produce chickens, but the comparison with the current situation is not true, because then the farms were half abandoned, it was just necessary to reanimate. But if there is simply no one production, then there is nothing to reanimate.
    1. storog.cccp
      storog.cccp 20 March 2014 17: 06
      +9
      We need to learn from Stalin, in the 30s the bourgeois sold us the latest factories as a whole, despite hostility, greed prevailed.
      1. Denis
        Denis 20 March 2014 17: 40
        +2
        Quote: storog.cccp
        We need to learn from Stalin, in the 30s, the bourgeois sold us the latest factories entirely, despite hostility, greed defeated
        And later, after the Second World War and Churchill's Fulton grunting, the Gaybritans sold jet engines of completely non-civilian use
        Business, nothing personal
    2. Roman 57 rus
      Roman 57 rus 20 March 2014 17: 10
      0
      I agree with you
    3. Nagaibak
      Nagaibak 20 March 2014 18: 12
      +2
      Uncle "Much has never been produced in our country."
      What is it?
      Hungarian Leche?)))
      1. Denis
        Denis 20 March 2014 19: 36
        +1
        Quote: Nagaibak
        Uncle "Much has never been produced in our country."
        What is it?
        Hungarian Leche?)))

        A lot, well, just necessary. There were no products for sex shops at all. Drugs are still not produced, and then they haven’t been brought. They cannot be bought for rubles, but for $ they’re a very sad art. 88 of the Criminal Code of the USSR
  29. Black
    Black 20 March 2014 16: 42
    +5
    Good day to all.
    The Iron Curtain, leaving the WTO is not good. But, I think, neither one nor the other is impossible, due to the "need" for Russia.
    But (which I really hope) even a hypothetical opportunity should ultimately force a change in priorities in the economy.
    Production of means of production, precision engineering, shipbuilding, ....
    This is our shield against any idiocy.
  30. sxn278619
    sxn278619 20 March 2014 16: 44
    -8
    After the Crimean referendum, there are more questions about the future of the Russian economy than answers. Independent economist Oleg Grigoryev, http://www.neoconomica.ru/article.php?id=348, specially presented for DonInformBuro, his point of view
    The point of view is widespread that a certain isolation from the world economy, an increase in the exchange rate will only benefit the Russian economy. Does all this not trigger the mechanisms of its healing? Import substitution, increased demand for local produce ...

    - A high dollar or euro exchange rate benefits the economy when it has already reached the bottom, and not in our case, when we are only approaching it. Along with the inevitable increase in capital outflows from the country, lower oil prices and other restrictive measures, the appreciation will have an extremely negative impact on economic life. One should not indulge in the illusions that the growth of patriotism or the collapse of Russian liberalism in and of itself determines the growth of the economy.

    The dollar is not high enough to stimulate positive trends in the economy. But it is quite sufficient to begin the folding of various industries or business units aimed at or depending on world markets. It is still difficult to determine what this process will be in detail, but it is already clear that the United States would like to see our economy weakened so that the same mechanisms are launched in society as immediately before the collapse of the USSR. The impoverishment of the working class, the shortage of goods, the decline in the quality of life - all these are effective weapons against an undesirable regime in any country in the world. Of course, someone in the US likes the Romanian scenario, as the main one for Russia.
    1. Kyrgyz
      Kyrgyz 20 March 2014 21: 01
      0
      Quote: sxn278619
      Along with the inevitable increase in capital outflows from the country, lower oil prices and other restrictive measures, the appreciation will have an extremely negative impact on economic life.

      How does the stock index formed by Western speculators affect the influx of money into the real sector, which is credited by state banks under state programs?
      How to reduce the supply of oil from Russia will lower the price of oil?
      Quote: sxn278619
      The dollar is not high enough to stimulate positive trends in the economy. But it is quite sufficient to begin the folding of various industries or business units aimed at or depending on world markets.

      There are almost no such industries, and this is constantly being reproached by the current government, it apparently solves the issue, apparently how it can laughing
      Quote: sxn278619
      The impoverishment of the working class, the shortage of goods, the decline in the quality of life - all these are effective weapons against an undesirable regime in any country in the world.

      like the recently adopted EU lucky
      1. IGS
        IGS 21 March 2014 01: 35
        0
        so that the same mechanisms start up in society again as immediately before the collapse of the USSR.
        Is he talking about the USA? So do not worry, they started in the USA and are successfully gaining momentum, putting the local leaders in a terrible time pressure.
    2. Nagaibak
      Nagaibak 21 March 2014 11: 02
      0
      sxn278619 "DonInformBureau was presented by an independent economist Oleg Grigoriev".
      "Independent" - you must write in quotes.
      sxn278619 "to start the winding down of various industries or divisions of enterprises aimed at or dependent on world markets."
      Everyone insists that we sell only oil and gas. Maybe we will produce another for export.
      sxn278619 "shortage of goods" - having China next to it is ridiculous to talk about a shortage of goods.
      sxn278619 "The impoverishment of the working class."
      Our people are already not rich. But, measure everything with money and lost profit? This is not good. Apparently some should not panic and describe themselves from such horrors.))) Survived and not that.)))
  31. mamont5
    mamont5 20 March 2014 16: 54
    +12
    We also imposed sanctions. smile

    "Photos of advertisements began to appear on the Internet, indicating that officials from the United States and Ukraine are not allowed to enter museums, shops, and car services."
    http://www.gorodche.ru/news/society/30969/

    Ukraine backtracked, saying - got excited.
    "The introduction of a visa regime with Russia will not give anything except intensification of protests and rallies in the east and south of Ukraine and even greater tension within the country," Gennady B, a Verkhovna Rada deputy from the Batkivshchyna party, told reporters. "What will the visa regime with Russia give? In addition to even greater protests in the east and south, the visa regime with Russia will not give anything, "the deputy noted." We got excited about the visa regime, we need to cool down a little, "he said.
    http://itar-tass.com/mezhdunarodnaya-panorama/1061782
    1. UzRus
      UzRus 20 March 2014 18: 04
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      Interestingly, and what is there for the phrase is retouched after the word "HONEY"?
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  33. clidon
    clidon 20 March 2014 17: 00
    -5
    We get worse from pressure

    "We are ****, and we are getting stronger." There is nothing good about the possible restoration of the Iron Curtain and a new Cold War. And it is unlikely that Russia will want to fall out of the world market by creating its own local "quiet industrial corner" ...
    1. Homo
      Homo 20 March 2014 18: 32
      0
      Which curtain? We bring Europe 400 lard, and you say the curtain!
      1. clidon
        clidon 20 March 2014 18: 52
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        And how much does Europe bring us? In my opinion, we forgot that after we entered the global economic system, the stick became double-edged. Something we get, something they.
  34. qqwerty
    qqwerty 20 March 2014 17: 07
    .
    Comrades, fermented patriots! The sanctions have not yet been specifically introduced, with the exception of Matvienko’s ban to travel somewhere libre. Western leaders themselves do not yet know what to do, but when they find out, be calm they will. Look back, sanctions were imposed in 1980, and in 1991 the Union fell apart from economic weakness. And the whole world will go forward, and our industry in the Union only tanks and AK riveted, and now there is no such industry.
    1. IGS
      IGS 20 March 2014 17: 49
      +4
      And why didn’t they enter it? Who bothered? Or are you sorry? Oh, bow to your legs Your Excellency, for kindness and joy for us.
      PS I will say it again. Enough piz..t-enter. You can’t stick your tongue in the bucket. As my mother-in-law said: "Everyone is threatening to introduce, but they themselves should not be introduced, but they should be substituted!" (moderators sorry, this is a quote winked)
      And I advise the singers to come up with something new, for more than ten years you have been singing the same thing, but only in the pose of "losers". There you stay. Silently.
      1. v53993
        v53993 20 March 2014 19: 29
        +1
        And I advise the singers to come up with something new, for more than ten years you have been singing the same thing, but only in the pose of "losers". There you stay. Silently.

        So this is the 5th column on the VO. How without her?
        1. IGS
          IGS 20 March 2014 23: 37
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          This one from the "march losers peace "? wassat
    2. dmikras
      dmikras 20 March 2014 22: 51
      +1
      USSR collapsed due to betrayal of leadership
  35. Gagarin
    Gagarin 20 March 2014 17: 17
    +6
    Russia was already experiencing a somewhat similar blockade under Stalin.
    As a result, She produced ALL MYSELF, that technological breakthrough gave such groundwork that we still use some.
  36. Coffee_time
    Coffee_time 20 March 2014 17: 22
    +2
    Quote: askort154
    Alexander Romanov ... You won't give a kick in the ass to a Russian, the hell will get off the couch.

    Hedgehog is a proud bird - until you kick, don't fly.
  37. Capyar 48315
    Capyar 48315 20 March 2014 17: 25
    0
    We get worse from pressure

    In-in - and Putin about the same - remember his "spring" from the rostrum on March 18
    By the way
    Usmanov sold a stake in Apple, which he acquired last year for $ 100 million. The sale of shares in the social network Facebook is gradual. A Russian businessman believes that Chinese companies are much more promising in terms of investments.

    news yesterday from RSS feed
    It looks like not only the state ($ 100bn) but the oligarchs began to slowly drain American assets (and was it only because of possible sanctions?)
  38. Not served
    Not served 20 March 2014 17: 28
    +3
    And I propose not to respond not with sanctions, but simply take and impose sanctions on those countries that recognized the fascist junta in Ukraine.
    - a ban on the import of meat (you have to buy your own !!!) and other agricultural products.
    You can’t even imagine how MUCH there will be a scream, and then who is the first one and FRIEND drinks
  39. VNP1958PVN
    VNP1958PVN 20 March 2014 17: 34
    0
    Zyuganov fought for so many years, and Obama once ... and almost solved the issue of lost production ...
  40. Smoke
    Smoke 20 March 2014 17: 35
    +1
    In 2008, we were "punished" - we survived, and the current sanctions will not be more severe than the crisis)) In general, it is high time to pay attention to our production.
  41. Not served
    Not served 20 March 2014 17: 40
    +2
    qqwerty - Comrades, fermented patriots! The sanctions have not yet been specifically introduced, with the exception of Matvienko’s ban to travel somewhere libre. Western leaders themselves do not yet know what to do, but when they find out, be calm they will. Look back, sanctions were imposed in 1980, and in 1991 the Union fell apart from economic weakness. And the whole world will go forward, and our industry in the Union only tanks and AK riveted, and now there is no such industry.


    Well, firstly we produce oil and gas ourselves. Why we produce it, but because it is really produced at such deposits, while the lion's share of Russian-made equipment and materials. Even in Schlumberger, the leaders of the directions have long been Russian and some even do not know the language.
    Secondly, nuclear power. She is still one of the best in the world !!!
    I'm talking about the flagships of course, but there are other directions. Of course, there are already not enough real working specialists in engineering, but he still has the potential. But until you pin us down, we do not work and create. So here we are. Plus, the same West was purposefully killing industry, lobbying for its technology and products through kickbacks. In Germany, by the way, a bank under an export contract issues up to 10% in cash to promote goods. I came across these in the late 90s. Then, one enterprise manager told me how the Germans simply killed their production of heading shields through the Moscow Government. Or maybe they (the West) do not need us ????
    There is China, we invent, develop, bring to mind, and they mass-produce.
  42. sv68
    sv68 20 March 2014 17: 42
    +1
    I wonder what specific sanctions Russia will impose? And PUTIN correctly told the bureaucrats and business said-LOVE your mother-mother, turn the money to the hut.
  43. Mainbeam
    Mainbeam 20 March 2014 17: 48
    +1
    I am inclined to believe that the introduction of sanctions by the Yankos and Euros is beneficial for us from all sides:
    and the French Mistrals, and stolen capital withdrawn from the Russian Federation, and exit from the WTO ...

    And about traders it has long been clear. Tolyan said well:
    Since the Gaidar times, the economic block of our government reflects the interests of traders - to the detriment of the interests of manufacturers
  44. individual
    individual 20 March 2014 18: 08
    +3
    "Economic sanctions will simply force us to restore the production that we once donated for our foreign partners ..."

    Before recovering, you need to free yourself from the Manturovs, Pogosyanov - who spread rot on Russian aviation and built Superjet 100.
    In total, the program to create a new family of Sukhoi Superjet 100 aircraft is attended by more than 30 leading companies supplying systems and components. If these companies were under the Russian flag, but:
    KnAAZ - fuselage elements, center wing, pylon, wing mechanization, rivets. Assembly of aircraft.
    Thales (France) - supply of avionics.
    PowerJet (France) - development and production of the SaM146 engine.
    B / E Aerospace (USA) - oxygen system, interior, doors.
    The total share of imports is 59%.
    Sanctions will be hit first on such proceedings.
    But most importantly, Russia will replace the imported kit with domestic products.
  45. Bootlegger
    Bootlegger 20 March 2014 18: 12
    +1
    Enough! sanctions, the case is ready, and we forget about the struggle for freedom of TEXAS against the USA. As one we support them on the path of liberation from the yoke of Washington. wassat FREEDOM TEXAS !!!!!!!!
  46. Klepa
    Klepa 20 March 2014 18: 23
    +1
    In my opinion, this topic has been smashed by all and sundry over the past two weeks. Why repeat it?
  47. Quantum
    Quantum 20 March 2014 18: 35
    +1
    We have been in a blockade for a long time, so what? Russia cannot be defeated, it is huge and adapted to any environmental conditions.
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    ya.seliwerstov2013 20 March 2014 18: 37
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    [quoteAlexander Romanov]
    Quote: moremansf
    Guys let's be friends!!!

    And when did we live together? Under the drunk Yeltsin, he tried his best.
    Sanctions are good for us, we’ll start building factories multiple times across the country and recruiting engineers, managers and lawyers as well as economists. But until you give a kick in the ass to Russian, hell will get off the sofa. hi

    It would be great if we responded (whatever we CAN) The worker at the machine, the official opening a new production, etc. We have a wonderful, beautiful country, Adequate and fair President. Now Our task is to meet the requirements of our country, each at his own Frontier !!
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  • mountaineer
    mountaineer 20 March 2014 18: 37
    +1

    here's another! believe! hi