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Scarecrow sanctions

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Scarecrow sanctions


From the very beginning of the escalation of the conflict between the Kiev regime and Novorossia, Western, as well as Western-controlled Russian media, began to spread information about how terrible for Russia the consequences of the economic and political sanctions imposed by the United States and their satellites. Like, if Russia does not give up moral and, what to conceal, practical support for the Novorossiysk militias and the civilian population, then it will face a severe economic crisis, almost hunger and social collapse, which will inevitably end in the collapse of Russian statehood. At the same time, the myth is widely used that a certain “world community” imposes sanctions on Russia.

What is the “global community” in this context is not entirely clear? Why, for example, Lithuania or Estonia, with its own economy practically destroyed, supplying only guest workers to the West, or the “country of blue tulips” the Netherlands is a “global community”, and Venezuela or Iran, not to mention China or India, is not "global community"? As if the supporters of the notorious American “new world order” did not want that, even the collapse of the Soviet Union did not turn the modern world into a unipolar world. The demonstrative power of the United States, consisting in its aggressive expansionist policies, is largely intended to cover its own American problems, from the huge economic debt to social and racial conflicts in states. On the other hand, the economic growth experienced by countries that a century ago had served only as an object of the colonialist aspirations of the United States and European powers was no longer a secret. China, once divided by European countries, the United States and Japan into "spheres of influence", over the decades of communist rule, became one of the strongest world powers - not only militarily, which could be explained by the billions of Chinese people, but also economically. India is coming. Many countries in Latin America have long ceased to be "banana republics". Gained the power of Islamic Iran. And all of these states, not to mention the less significant countries of Asia and Africa, for some reason do not belong to American propaganda and its Russian paid and free assistants to the “world community”. But none of them is going to impose sanctions on Russia. Moreover, they are exporters of a significant amount of consumer goods that can replace European products on the Russian market.

Needless to say that most of the Russian population is absolutely not afraid of the sanctions of the United States and the European Union. Let's start in order. According to opinion polls conducted by the Levada Center, only 28% of Russians have international passports. This suggests that the overwhelming majority of the country's population (more than two thirds) have already not been a priori in the “far abroad”. Of the total number of respondents, 76% have never been on business trips and business trips outside the former Soviet Union, while 60% have never been on holiday. Only 7% of the population can afford annual trips to overseas resorts.

If we present the averaged characteristics of people who most often travel abroad, then it is more likely that they will be residents of Moscow or St. Petersburg, people with high incomes by Russian standards, and in social terms, specialists with higher professional education. But Russia is not reduced to capitals, as well as Russian citizens - to highly paid managers, businessmen or "creacles." Needless to say, rural residents, residents of small cities, citizens with low incomes (who predominate in the social structure of the Russian population) cannot afford to travel abroad. Accordingly, it is unlikely to affect the quality of life of the majority of the population and problems with traveling abroad. They are simply not affected by the basic layer of Russian society. And among those who more or less regularly travel to rest in other states, the overwhelming majority are not chosen further than Turkey or Egypt. A very limited circle of citizens can afford to travel to Europe.

To a lesser extent, Russian citizens are prone to buying real estate in other states. Especially in those who today impose sanctions against Russia. Having a second flat or house in the United States or Western European countries, in most cases, can afford not even a wealthy person, but a rich or super-rich person. Even the part of the wealthy Russians who buy “resort” housing in Turkey or in Cyprus is not included in this number. What can we say about the bulk of Russian citizens who can only afford an apartment in Russia - and that at best.

Further. The second moment. We are talking about sanctions on certain food products imposed by Russia in response to Western sanctions. As is known, the Russian government has decided to impose an embargo on the supply of the following food products from the United States, European Union countries, Australia, Norway, Canada for a period of one year: meat, fish, poultry, crustaceans, sausages, clams, milk and dairy products, cheeses, legumes, vegetables, fruits and nuts. That is, in fact, a ban has been introduced on the importation into the country of virtually all types of food products from the indicated states. As soon as Russia thus responded to US-European sanctions, the liberal media raised a real hubbub about the catastrophic nature of this decision for the Russian economy. Although it is obvious that despite certain difficulties, which, of course, will be connected with the embargo, this decision can hardly be considered to be harmful to the Russian economy from a strategic perspective.

The fact that the food security of the Russian state is not at a high enough level, domestic experts have been talking for a long time and repeatedly. The report of the Izborsk club, published by the team under the leadership of Sergei Glazyev, evaluates the food security of the Russian state as unsatisfactory, and this condition is directly dependent on the orientation of the Russian market for the supply of foreign food. The authors of the report warn about the real negative consequences of such a situation for the national security of the Russian state. After all, the problem of providing the country with food is one of the key in modern conditions. The key to improving the level of food security of the Russian state is, firstly, the revival of the country's agriculture, and secondly, the increased requirements for quality and other characteristics of food imported into the Russian Federation. That is, the restriction of food imports from abroad is ultimately, as scientists note, an undoubted good for the Russian economy and the security of the Russian state.

Meanwhile, it is difficult not to notice that in recent years quite tangible steps have been taken in Russia towards the restoration of the agro-industrial potential of the state, which was undermined in the 1990-s by the privatization and collapse of post-Soviet agriculture. No matter how liberal politicians and journalists try to prove Russia’s lack of opportunities to feed itself, the numbers say the opposite. Thus, the Russian Federation leads in the collection of rye and oats, ranks third in the world after China and India in the collection of wheat. The grain harvest in Russia in 2013 was three times higher than the required level of grain consumption by the country's population. That is, Russia provides itself with bread with its head - and the fact that even foreigners know the bread for everything, at least once in Russia. The situation with sugar is somewhat worse: here Russia provides itself with 75-80%, although it leads in the collection of sugar beet. But again, sugar can and should be exported from the states with which Russia has established a long-standing good relationship. What are the same bad Latin American countries?

The Russians, frightened by sanctions, are frightened, first of all, by the situation in the market of meat products. Indeed, Russia exports up to 30% of meat consumed, although meat production in the country is at a high level and in fact should meet the needs of the Russian population. This is due primarily to the fact that cheap (and low-quality) meat from the same Australia or EU countries is supplied to the Russian Federation. Domestic meat producers are poorly organized, although in recent times there has been an obvious increase in Russian meat products in the domestic market.

A person who prefers to buy non-frozen imported beef / chicken in a supermarket, and a domestic hen or fresh beef on the market from its direct producers, is also unlikely to feel an embargo on products from the US, European Union and Australia. Another thing is that the Russian government needs to pay increased attention to strengthening the domestic meat producer and to providing meat to those regions of the country where agriculture, in particular animal husbandry and poultry farming, is poorly developed or practically undeveloped. But, again, there are Russian trading partners who are able to supply inexpensive meat that does not differ in quality from the Australian or European one. This is the same Brazil with large livestock, other Latin American countries, the former republics of the Soviet Union, Iran. You can find a way out even in case of insufficient meat production in Russia itself.

On the other hand, the bulk of expensive luxury products that make up the assortment of supermarkets are imported to Russia. However, only a very limited stratum of the Russian population can afford to buy these products regularly - people with incomes much higher than average. For most Russians, expensive food products are bought only a few times a year - for big holidays, and in many cases they are never bought at all.

On the other hand, the introduction by the Russian authorities of an embargo on food supplies from the United States, the European Union and their satellites was received with great satisfaction in many countries of Asia, Africa and Latin America. It is known that these states are mainly agricultural and agricultural products are among the main exported goods. Mutual sanctions with the United States and the European Union will only have a positive effect on the development of Russian trade relations with Asian, African and Latin American countries. Thus, over the last month (from 8 August 2014), the Rosselkhoznadzor has already held consultations and negotiations on the supply of agricultural products to the Russian market with the responsible structures of China, Turkey, Serbia, Egypt, Mauritius, Ecuador, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Brazil, Sri Lanka, Paraguay, Guatemala and Argentina. In early September, 2014 became aware of the projected increase in food supplies from the Kingdom of Morocco and the Islamic Republic of Iran. Tunisia expects to supply olive oil to Russia, which is distinguished by higher quality than European.

The African states, which previously supplied food to Russia through the mediation of European countries, will also switch to direct food supplies, which will be a mutually beneficial solution both for the Russian Federation and for the countries of the African continent. It is noteworthy that before the introduction of the embargo on supplies from the European Union, a significant part of fruit, as well as meat, was sent to Russia by re-export - i.e. European countries, importing food products from Africa, then delivered it to Russia at higher prices. Accordingly, having lost parasitic intermediaries, both African countries and Russia will benefit, since this will make it possible to lower prices by eliminating the European mark-up. Russia is discussing direct food supplies from African countries with the African Trade Alliance, which includes Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Zambia, Zimbabwe and South Africa. African partners are able to export up to 100 thousand tons of fruit and vegetables per week - these are citrus fruits, pineapples, bananas, apples, nuts, avocados, strawberries. The export of meat products, mainly beef, can reach up to 45 thousand tons.

On the other hand, promptly responding to the sanctions of the European Union and the United States with the development of trade relations with the countries of the “third world”, Russia should not forget about stimulating the development of its own agriculture. First of all, it is necessary to increase the state support of agricultural producers. Secondly, the harmonious development of agriculture and food supply of all regions of Russia is necessary. After all, the Russian Federation is a huge country with colossal differences in climatic conditions and geographic characteristics. The adoption of the Food Security Doctrine of the Russian Federation before 2020, followed in 2010, was one of the first steps towards changing the state policy regarding food security and agricultural development. In the Doctrine, food security is named one of the most important areas of ensuring the national security of the country. Indeed, with the provision of the basic needs of the Russian population for food, the country will not be afraid of the sanctions of foreign opponents, possible interruptions in the supply of food from other states.

Of course, we should not forget that the imposition of sanctions can be used by unscrupulous sellers of Russian products to raise prices for their goods, but the issue of combating this phenomenon is already in the plane of the effectiveness of regulatory bodies, who are obliged to fight the facts of such speculation and undermine food security.
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  1. vorobey
    vorobey 9 September 2014 14: 21
    +4
    who posted my photo ...

    no no stuffed ... there in the background ...
    1. Giant thought
      Giant thought 9 September 2014 14: 48
      +6
      Russia is a self-sufficient country, will be able to provide itself with all the necessary products, if the liberals do not stick sticks in the wheels.
      1. Phantom Revolution
        Phantom Revolution 9 September 2014 15: 25
        +4
        Products yes, but:
        1) Medicine (Medicines, medical devices, etc.). A tangible article and the worst for the population.
        2) High technologies in some areas we are hopelessly behind (maybe China can sell.)
        3) The banking system, it is not rebuilt at all, all operations are carried out through foreign banks. (tangible article for the economy), but something from a visa to the campaign, we will not give up.
        1. Vitaly Anisimov
          Vitaly Anisimov 9 September 2014 15: 35
          +7
          The most "terrible" sanctions for Russia were imposed by Yaytsenyukh ... (recently they showed him on TV) He sighed so sadly and exhaled "Ne actvut ...." laughing
          1. nils
            nils 9 September 2014 16: 40
            +2
            Interesting news.

            KIEV. 7 September. UNN. Today in Kiev, a meeting was held between the President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko and the unofficial special representative of the Russian President in Ukraine Vladislav Surkov. This was reported to UNN by an informed source.
            According to the interlocutor of the agency, a small circle of people knows about the meeting. It is also unknown what the President of Ukraine P. Poroshenko and Putin’s assistant could talk about.
            As previously reported by the media, Vladislav Surkov secretly performs the functions of the special representative of the Russian president in Ukraine.

            I think we will see decisions on unrecognized, as our media say, "self-proclaimed" Novorossia in the near future.
            1. Russ69
              Russ69 9 September 2014 18: 39
              +7
              Quote: nils
              I think we will see decisions on unrecognized, as our media say, "self-proclaimed" Novorossia in the near future.

              I suppose that I will not like Surkov’s agreement with Parashka.
        2. Sergei1982
          Sergei1982 9 September 2014 17: 00
          +3
          Partly adored with you, but we will never be in complete isolation at the wrong time, and in full it’s possible to catch up with it, but I won’t believe that a country launching a person into space will not be able to invent a telephone or establish a banking system, although all this takes time 7- 10 years minimum.
          1. severniy
            severniy 9 September 2014 19: 03
            0
            Quote: Sergei1982
            Partly adored with you, but we will never be in complete isolation at the wrong time, and in full it’s possible to catch up with it, but I won’t believe that a country launching a person into space will not be able to invent a telephone or establish a banking system, although all this takes time 7- 10 years minimum.


            I completely agree, so these pUkals of sanctions ultimately strengthen our immunity from them ... like a good vaccine ...
          2. isker
            isker 9 September 2014 19: 24
            0
            a telephone (cell) in the USSR was invented ...
      2. papas-57
        papas-57 9 September 2014 15: 40
        +3
        "Russia is a self-sufficient country, it will be able to provide itself with all the necessary products." Of course, it will provide, but prices will climb up thanks to the efforts of our traders. Moreover, there is a justification for this - sanctions. And the hucksters did not have any conscience.
        1. Iline
          Iline 9 September 2014 18: 53
          +2
          It may sound a little unexpected, but I'm happy with these sanctions. How I would be glad to lower oil and gas prices.
          I will explain why. Recently, there has been a steady trend - why do I need to develop production if I can buy all this just like that, without straining? This led to relaxation in industry and in agriculture, and the most offensive, in science. Now there is hope that the authorities will begin to fuss and pay attention to the basics of national security, rather than the lusts of raw oligarchs.
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      1. vorobey
        vorobey 10 September 2014 08: 18
        +1
        Quote: Serzh73
        Something sparrow point blank is not visible, dear Alexander. Or does my vision fail me?


        in vain brother you deleted your comment .... then the sparrow is not visible but he is ...

        and there seems to be sanctions .. but you can’t see a damn thing ... drinks a plus...
  2. VICTOR-61
    VICTOR-61 9 September 2014 14: 21
    +2
    They themselves impose sanctions and are shaking and what will happen next as Russia will respond
    1. Fin
      Fin 9 September 2014 15: 11
      +3
      Quote: VICTOR-61
      They themselves impose sanctions and are shaking and what will happen next as Russia will respond

      Naryshkin already began to troll:
      “Nevertheless, I believe in the victory of common sense. It is time, finally, to our partners, as they say, to turn on the head. It is unlikely that those who occupy the offices of power in Washington are capable of this, but I think that our other partners should distance themselves from this aggressive policy. ” http://antifashist.com/item/09-sentyabrya-hronika-sobytij.html#ixzz3Coc48P6S

      Although it is useless ... puppets do not make decisions.
      In the article, the author did not consider other sanctions, except for agricultural, and there will be some temporary difficulties.
      1. serezhasoldatow
        serezhasoldatow 9 September 2014 19: 32
        0
        A ballistic missile can be launched conditionally, and you need to eat three times a day.
    2. Drednout
      Drednout 9 September 2014 15: 20
      +2
      It's time to be ahead of the curve. Imagine how the brains of the "democrats" will "hang". Limit their supplies in advance and introduce "special conditions" for foreign producers. But the deal with "Polish apples" must be continued!
      In fact, we use many Western technologies in industry and construction with agronomy. Accordingly, products are needed (combines, special equipment, etc. But who said that it is impossible to find analogs in other hemisphere. The West's aspiration for globalization can now hit them very hard in the back of the head. And it's time for us to be "whipping boys" to stop.
      Soberly, without some imported products, we really cannot yet. Medicines, medical equipment, etc.
      For the rest, it's time to simply change the mentality of the population. It is disgusting to look at some "golden youth" who do not climb out of taverns and McDonald's and are dressed in a pedristic western fashion.
    3. Serzh73
      Serzh73 9 September 2014 15: 21
      +9
      They can’t think in advance, they want everything now.
    4. AQUARIUS 65
      AQUARIUS 65 9 September 2014 16: 30
      +5
      VICTOR-61
      They themselves impose sanctions and are shaking and what will happen next as Russia will respond

      Warsaw, Pilsudski square. Polish President Komorowski (cryingly): "Panove, Panov, we don't pass by, we buy apples! Fresh, red-sided ... This year's harvest ... We buy!"
      A sharp creak of brakes and a black jeep with the inscription "Russian Post" stops near it. Two bulwarks jump out of it, shouting: “Everyone stand! Russian post works !!! "
      One of them: “Will you be Komorowski?”
      Komorowski: “Yes, I’m Komarovsky, President of Poland. And what, in fact, is the matter? ”
      The second ambal: “In short, the merchant ... You are sending from Moscow, from Putin. Now slowly take the pen and sign ... "
      Komorowski: “I knew! I knew that the hated Putin is chilling! Wimp! He will still experience Polish anger! She will tidy herself up with an apology for retaliatory sanctions, and I told him this: “On your knees, stink!”
      Opens the parcel. “What is it (he turns the brochure in his hands, perplexedly, reads)“ One hundred and one dish of apples ”... I don’t understand anything ... And what is it that is enclosed? Probably a check ... Sent money ... If less than a billion, I won’t take it! (breaks the envelope) So ... Air ticket to Smolensk ... with an open date! Uterus Boska! "
  3. Roman1970
    Roman1970 9 September 2014 14: 23
    +2
    It is clear that sanctions are unpleasant, but not fatal ...
  4. dchegrinec
    dchegrinec 9 September 2014 14: 23
    +1
    Just not a scarecrow, but a fart!
    1. DMB-88
      DMB-88 9 September 2014 14: 39
      +12
      For 25 years, the agricultural RF was in oblivion, and now the government suddenly saw the light! but again he is going to buy products even in Africa - this is a shame and "final analysis" of the government's economic and agricultural policy!
      "Gentlemen liberasty", you'd better leave on your own, in good health !!!
  5. Baloo
    Baloo 9 September 2014 14: 24
    +7
    Russia has always been a self-sufficient state. I support the proposal of the Russian government regarding new sanctions against the West. Oysters You would see what oysters are pulled out in the Black Sea and the Far East. French oysters are gnomes, only the ponies from house-2 do not know this. So suffering, so suffering, I cried.
  6. Vend
    Vend 9 September 2014 14: 37
    +2
    Sooner or later, an instrument called the union of unrecognized and sanctioned states will be introduced. It will be very curious how the US and the EU will react. smile
  7. mig31
    mig31 9 September 2014 14: 42
    +1
    Russia hovers over sanctions like an eagle in the sky, and the west, which has set its own scarecrow, are themselves frightened like a raven ...
  8. Georgy USSR
    Georgy USSR 9 September 2014 14: 42
    +3
    From the USA - chlorinated chicken legs, from Canada - genomically modified beef, from Australia - kenguryatina.
  9. mal83
    mal83 9 September 2014 14: 48
    +3
    On the drum of their sanction. Scared a hedgehog naked.
  10. panfil
    panfil 9 September 2014 14: 49
    +7
    We will support the domestic manufacturer! Already now I try to buy only Russian goods from products, since there are enough of them in our stores.
    1. Drednout
      Drednout 9 September 2014 15: 23
      0
      Quote: panfil
      Support the domestic manufacturer!

      But not at all. God forbid that "Aria" played the instruments produced by the Saratov accordion plant. wink Although .... probably it will be fun.
  11. afdjhbn67
    afdjhbn67 9 September 2014 14: 50
    +2
    a good invigorating pendell for us, finally, they have switched from spells to real deeds .. It would be nice if Putin removed the bear, it’s disgusting to watch .. the twitter twitter.
    1. serezhasoldatow
      serezhasoldatow 9 September 2014 19: 38
      +2
      But Medvedev voices what Putin is thinking of voicing. How did he speak about liquidation of ministries yesterday? GDP itself directed the conversation.
  12. Serzh73
    Serzh73 9 September 2014 14: 55
    +2
    SANCTIONS Sanctions sanctions ... I think Russia will have something to answer and he oh how they do not like ... I'm sure. I would also like the answer not to be anyhow, but once and for all made it clear to them the detriment of the policy of sanctions.
  13. Serzh73
    Serzh73 9 September 2014 14: 57
    +1
    OURS naturally control the situation and I think the answer is already there.
  14. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 9 September 2014 14: 59
    +1
    Indeed, there would be no happiness, but misfortune helped. Everything, from bread to passenger planes, must do it yourself. Stop sitting on the oil needle.
  15. Serzh73
    Serzh73 9 September 2014 15: 02
    +5
    For the "Ukrainians" in power certainly not everything will turn out so smoothly by winter.
  16. Vitaly Anisimov
    Vitaly Anisimov 9 September 2014 15: 29
    +3
    Oh, those "fast" Estonians ... laughing
  17. Fast
    Fast 9 September 2014 15: 37
    +1
    Sanctions taste good. Vegetables fruits and meat in St. Petersburg are already much tastier! And all in bulk. More expensive? yes, but it would have risen anyway.
  18. potap48a
    potap48a 9 September 2014 15: 42
    +2
    peppy article !!!
  19. dmb
    dmb 9 September 2014 16: 14
    +3
    And Ilya won't get tired of muttering the same thing. Another sweaty wave of ordered patriotism without the slightest attempt to comprehend what is happening. Let's start, as usual, from the end. And how is it that Ilyusha, as well as Dvorkovich, the Prime Minister and the President gathered to fight against speculation in a country with a market economy, that is, under capitalism? I think they are all. including Ilya, they understand that they just use their tongue. None of the above characters have yet explained (and will not explain) the reason for the increase in prices for those products that are produced in our country, and not imported. the "fathers of the nation" and the sycophants who adjoin them are not in a position to explain and what will follow in the event of the lifting of sanctions by the West, which they, by the way, are seeking. They would not seek, would not publicly threaten with "adequate answers." We will simply have to re-authorize the import of products that today are branded as either unnecessary types of jamon, or harmful, like Pepsi-Cola. The latter, by the way, in spite of its harmfulness, we continue to produce at the factories built in our country, transferring profits to the owners over the hill. no one to close them., as well as to prohibit the export of capital is not going to. As for all there salmon, butter and cheese, how after the sanctions are lifted they will be cheaper than the Finno-Norwegian ones than ours, and therefore we will eat them (well, who has enough money for this). Speaking of money. Here we seem to have nothing to grieve. Funds, like a makhorka fool, credit their own industry and spit on sanctions. But the fathers of the nation are keeping quiet about this. And so everything is fine, after Ilyusha knocks on the shaman tambourine, we rally around the above "Fathers".
  20. provincial
    provincial 9 September 2014 16: 30
    +1
    "if Russia does not give up moral and, to be honest, practical support of Novorossiysk militias and civilians, then it will face a severe economic crisis, almost famine and social collapse" liberals are waiting for your proposals
  21. Everest2014
    Everest2014 9 September 2014 16: 53
    0
    Quote: Fast
    Sanctions taste good. Vegetables fruits and meat in St. Petersburg are already much tastier! And all in bulk. More expensive? yes, but it would have risen anyway.

    Well, nobody can stop you from coming to Finland for a hawk for a ride :)
  22. KsenofoB
    KsenofoB 9 September 2014 18: 03
    +2
    Quote: Drednout
    God forbid that "Aria" played the instruments produced by the Saratov accordion plant. wink Although .... probably it will be fun.

    Hmm, it will be a p-z-dez what a sorrow! Are you without Aria, etc. Can't live?
  23. Ossetian
    Ossetian 9 September 2014 19: 44
    +3
    Quote: dmb
    And Ilya won't get tired of muttering the same thing. Another sweaty wave of ordered patriotism without the slightest attempt to comprehend what is happening. Let's start, as usual, from the end. And how is it that Ilyusha, as well as Dvorkovich, the Prime Minister and the President gathered to fight against speculation in a country with a market economy, that is, under capitalism? I think they are all. including Ilya, they understand that they just use their tongue. None of the above characters have yet explained (and will not explain) the reason for the increase in prices for those products that are produced in our country, and not imported. the "fathers of the nation" and the sycophants who adjoin them are not in a position to explain and what will follow in the event of the lifting of sanctions by the West, which they, by the way, are seeking. They would not seek, would not publicly threaten with "adequate answers." We will simply have to re-authorize the import of products that today are branded as either unnecessary types of jamon, or harmful, like Pepsi-Cola. The latter, by the way, in spite of its harmfulness, we continue to produce at the factories built in our country, transferring profits to the owners over the hill. no one to close them., as well as to prohibit the export of capital is not going to. As for all there salmon, butter and cheese, how after the sanctions are lifted they will be cheaper than the Finno-Norwegian ones than ours, and therefore we will eat them (well, who has enough money for this). Speaking of money. Here we seem to have nothing to grieve. Funds, like a makhorka fool, credit their own industry and spit on sanctions. But the fathers of the nation are keeping quiet about this. And so everything is fine, after Ilyusha knocks on the shaman tambourine, we rally around the above "Fathers".

    In order to understand this, it is necessary to think, rather than cheer-patriotic slogans to rivet. La-la-kat is easier than growing your potato.
  24. Janislav
    Janislav 9 September 2014 20: 08
    +1
    Ama che laugh I'm sorry! We will not land, but we will write it down in the EAC, niy from the EU, yes, we see togaz, what a dependence, energy, sha imam! Vednaga sa poluchava-independence, pk and nyama da sa bkhtim energy substitutes yes we are looking! Yes va seeing togaz!
  25. kartalovkolya
    kartalovkolya 9 September 2014 20: 08
    +1
    Sanctions are not about us! Let your grandmother scare, but it somehow does not impress us! To scare one of the most powerful nuclear powers is like peeing against the wind: the result is known in advance - wet pants!
  26. Captain45
    Captain45 9 September 2014 21: 57
    0
    " In early September 2014, it became known about the planned increase in food supplies from the Kingdom of Morocco "So from childhood I remember the taste of Moroccan oranges with a black diamond and the inscription" Maroc ".
  27. Captain45
    Captain45 9 September 2014 22: 07
    0
    Quote: Balu
    Oysters You would see what oysters are pulled out in the Black Sea and the Far East.

    And where are the oysters, until the 90's in the city of Norilsk, Dudinka, located in the Arctic on the 69 parallel, they sold their milk and vegetables grown in greenhouses. They kept cows, pigs, state farms, and now ... Thank God, at least the Belarus brothers took meat and sausage for allowance, forgot about the frozen beef-pork of either Australian or Argentinean origin for three years already.
  28. bastasguf90
    bastasguf90 10 September 2014 00: 36
    0
    it’s all useless, our grandparents didn’t worry so much, and we ordinary people here in Russia have not yet experienced any sanctions, just like in principle the crisis
  29. givigor71
    givigor71 10 September 2014 00: 43
    +1
    Here is the real scarecrow of sanctions ... fool
  30. Sergey-8848
    Sergey-8848 10 September 2014 00: 56
    +1
    Because of the jumps of one monkey in the oval office, he is not at all obliged to bounce the whole world, as if to her, narcissistic, this would not be desirable.