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Russia vs financial internationalWatching the battles of supporters and opponents of the return of Crimea that took place in the information space, you catch yourself thinking that many people do not realize that the Rubicon has already been passed and the preservation of the latter as part of Russia is the key to the national sovereignty of our state.

This is well understood in the West, which chose the tactics of suffocating sanctions in order to finally subordinate Russia's foreign and domestic policy to its strategic interests.

The retaliatory sanctions on the principle “I will put my eye out so that the mother-in-law has a son-in-law curve” are counterproductive due to the disproportionate economic potential of the opposing sides. But this is not the main thing ... The reason for our probable defeat is that we are today in the paradigm of the Protestant model of the development of society, defined by the economy of the lending rate, within which national borders should not exist in principle.

What can oppose this?

In the economy of loan interest, there is an insurmountable contradiction within the framework of the system of financial and credit relations that has developed over the past five hundred years - “the trees do not grow to the skies”!

And today, the overwhelming majority of representatives of the middle class of Western countries are in debt slavery, to get out of which is not possible for them. It is for this “Achilles heel” of the public relations established in the West that we should strike back.

"Caesar's Dinarius" and "Eternal Pfennig"

From the time of their appearance until the beginning of the Reformation (first half of the XVI century), the coins were the property of the issuer. They were provided to subjects for temporary use on a reimbursable basis, not subject to accumulation by private individuals, i.e., with a certain frequency they returned in the form of tax to their owner. And in order that the subjects did not have the temptation to appropriate someone else’s property, coins with the same frequency were perekanevansya, as a rule, with a different image on the reverse.

After the discovery of the New World and the beginning of the “flood” of the Old World with gold and silver from the American continent, a price revolution is taking place - a sharp decrease in the commodity coverage of the cost of gold and silver coins, which humanity has not yet experienced in previous centuries.

Guided by good intentions, in order to somehow suppress inflation, they put into circulation the so-called “perpetual pfennig” - a coin that is not subject to periodic renovation. Thus, it becomes possible to accumulate coins by private individuals.

The Reformation begins. Replacing the previous religious paradigm “It is more convenient for a camel to go through needle ears than for a rich one to enter the Kingdom of God,” another one comes - “If you are rich, then God favors you.”

Soon enough, the thirst for accumulation is of such size that it blocks the flow of gold and silver from the Americas. But it's too late, the genie is out of the bottle. The economic recovery is being replaced by a recession, and crowds of extra mouths, bankrupt peasants and artisans, in search of at least some work, flood the roads of Europe, unwittingly becoming, in unsanitary conditions, carriers of various infections.

In the light of the new paradigm, the decision is found fairly quickly: “vagrancy laws” are being adopted, and the extra mouths start to hang on the side of the roads. And only later, when they are building a bridge across the Atlantic Ocean, are those extra mouths sent in large numbers to develop new lands in America. As their fellow believers acted with them here, so they begin to deal with the indigenous people (“a good Indian is a dead Indian”), freeing up living space for themselves.

Humanity is on the threshold of a new page in its history - the era of colonial wars and primitive accumulation of capital.

One can imagine at what pace the initial accumulation took place, that already in the second half of the 16th century the first bourgeois revolution took place in the Netherlands, which was a kind of springboard for the subsequent offensive: in England - the middle of the 17th century, in America and France - the end of the 18th century, as well as all subsequent Revolutions throughout the XIX and early XX centuries.

Monetary system

Today, a reverse transition from the “perpetual pfennig” system to a monetary system is needed, when the accumulation of funds will be possible only in non-cash form.

Currently, when the material carrier underlying cash is of no value, there is only one way in which the banking system can effectively control money circulation:

the year of circulation must be indicated on the money, i.e. the banknote will be solvent only during the year indicated on it. If, until 1 on January, unspent money from the past year of circulation is not held by their owner in a bank account, they lose all value. And with the new year, money comes into circulation with the next year of circulation. Money that is in a bank account is completely saved.

Thus, on January 1, new money, which is already in the hands of the population, comes into circulation, and old money is completely in banks and must be disposed of.

Financial and credit system

The monetary system proposed above allows us to find a trivial solution to the pyramid of debt obligations inherent in the economy of loan interest, namely:

- the new monetary system makes possible the long-term accumulation of money only in non-cash form, as a result of this, the payment of interest on bank deposits is canceled;

- lending to individuals and legal entities by banks becomes interest-free;

- Banks receive funds to finance their activities through ongoing operations and loan servicing.

In terms of the new monetary system:

- when a loan becomes interest-free, a tool such as the issue of money by the Central Bank in order to avoid a non-payment crisis and maintaining the liquidity of the banking system loses its value;

- the money issue of the Central Bank remains relevant as GDP grows to maintain the purchasing power of the monetary unit at a certain level in order to avoid deflation;

- the money issue of the Central Bank in full comes at the disposal of credit institutions, depending on the quantitative and qualitative indicators of their activities.

Thus, the issue of money by the Central Bank, and through the value of the banking multiplier and the money supply are tied to the growth of production of goods and services.

As a result, the national monetary system will start operating in the “gold standard” mode without any gold and foreign exchange support, because the most reliable and stable currency in the world is trust. And homegrown financial capital is vitally interested in lending to a domestic producer of goods and services.

But the state, which is excessively swollen due to unearned money, will have to moderate its appetites and live within its means, conscientiously collecting taxes due by law.

Conclusion

Not only as a result of the introduction, but already at the stage of broad discussion of the proposed monetary and financial-credit system, such a wave will rise, turning into a tsunami, which will cover the entire financial international with its head. And the West will not immediately come to Russia.

Notes:

* The approximate size of the money issue can be estimated as follows: if the current monetary base is 8 trillion rubles, then if the GDP grows by 5%, additional money emission of the Central Bank in the amount of 400 billion rubles is needed. This amount will be the “broth” - the net profit of credit institutions.

** In principle, no one forbids a credit organization from periodically sharing its profits with its customers in the form of charges on the amount of the minimum (or weighted average) balance on existing accounts.

*** The model of the financial and credit system proposed above reflects only the basic positions of its functioning.
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  1. Nevsky_ZU
    Nevsky_ZU 3 October 2014 14: 20
    +2
    Watching the battles of supporters and opponents of the return of Crimea that took place in the information space, you catch yourself thinking that many people do not realize that the Rubicon has already been passed and the preservation of the latter as part of Russia is the key to the national sovereignty of our state.


    In the article, almost everything is like in Ukraine, a video in the topic:

    1. Chiropractor
      Chiropractor 3 October 2014 16: 14
      +5
      quote: "when you speak, it seems that you are delusional ..." end of the quote
      good prerequisites were taken, but from the paragraph "monetary system" on the sly from originality the article began to fall into a fairy tale - communism.
      "for the most reliable and solid currency in the world is trust" - killed on the spot. trust is a value, and a humanitarian one. and currency is a means of payment.
      further, contradictions - there is no judicial percentage, but there is a service fee; lending is interest-free, but for some reason they will be engaged in it (who?) although there is no profit; the issue of money in the amount of GDP growth goes to credit institutions, i.e. Is this their profit?
      if summarized, it turns out that the money is simply canceled - take in cash how much you need for an interest-free loan and for the new year all debt will burn - so why then do you need money? just came and took all that is and fired into the cave ...
      there will be either barter or a "half-liter" standard, for the most reliable and solid currency in the world is alcohol drinks or club soldier
      1. Oldwiser
        Oldwiser 3 October 2014 20: 24
        +2
        The essence of capitalist accumulation is the rate of profit. Under wild (liberal) capitalism, there is no upper limit to this rate. ("there is no such crime that capital would not go with a rate of return of 20%"). The lending rate is the "average rate of return" for macroeconomics as a whole. Now financial capitalism is a speculative-derivative pyramid of the banking sector. The postulates stated in the article are "the theory of zero profitability". But it doesn't even theoretically work, because reproduction of both commodity and capital must be EXPANDED - "to meet growing needs." So the article is basically nonsense.
        And the most reliable currency in the world is not "alcohol", but the human labor force. it is she who ensures the expanded reproduction of goods and capital.
        1. 225chay
          225chay 4 October 2014 07: 52
          0
          Quote: OldWiser
          Now financial capitalism is a speculative-derivative pyramid of the banking sector. The postulates stated in the article are "the theory of zero profitability". But it doesn't even work theoretically, because reproduction of both commodity and capital must be EXPANDED - "to meet growing needs." So the article is basically nonsense.


          The financiers of the whole world are jerkers and looters can be said ...
          An honest financier, in my opinion you will not find a banker anywhere.
          The goal is enrichment by any means.
          But I wonder what our Central Bank is, and to whom does it really belong?
  2. Pro100Igor
    Pro100Igor 3 October 2014 14: 24
    0
    It has long been said that payment for goods should be made in the currency of the exporting country. And for oil and for other goods. Then the hegemony of the dollar in the world market will quickly fade! What then will Obama say at the UN?
    1. Kostyar
      Kostyar 3 October 2014 14: 31
      0
      It has long been said that payment for goods should be made in the currency of the exporting country. And for oil and for other goods. Then the hegemony of the dollar in the world market will quickly fade! What then will Obama say at the UN?


      No one will listen to him then ...
    2. Giant thought
      Giant thought 3 October 2014 15: 46
      +1
      Russia should observe only its interests, not financial tycoons from the United States.
    3. Oldwiser
      Oldwiser 3 October 2014 20: 27
      0
      I have already said - "that this is an economy of the level of feudalism"
  3. Andrey Yuryevich
    Andrey Yuryevich 3 October 2014 14: 26
    +5
    in addition to this article, I advise you to return to the article last year-http: //topwar.ru/37061-ssha-gotovyatsya-sbrasyvat-bumazhnye-dollary-chtoby-v
    vesti-dengi-gezzelya-kto-poluchit-dividendy-s-novogo-bretton-vudsa.html hi
  4. Kostyar
    Kostyar 3 October 2014 14: 30
    +1
    And the West has no time for Russia, the West is trying to switch its attention to some external problems, and if they are not there, it creates them through conflicts, coups, etc. ... what an ass he turned out to be, all so "advanced" and "civilized" !!!
  5. iConst
    iConst 3 October 2014 14: 31
    +1
    Quote: article author
    Thus, on January 1, new money, which is already in the hands of the population, comes into circulation, and old money is completely in banks and must be disposed of.

    Does the author imagine the cost of such "recycling" and the issue of new banknotes? Or does he mean virtual coins (in fact, non-cash)?
    1. Oldwiser
      Oldwiser 3 October 2014 20: 28
      0
      this is an annual monetary reform of a clearly confiscation type.
  6. Dbnfkmtdbx
    Dbnfkmtdbx 3 October 2014 14: 33
    +5
    I am no longer a young man I’ve seen about 50 a lot, but the only thing I would like to see is how the dollar collapses
  7. Russ69
    Russ69 3 October 2014 14: 50
    0
    And where is Russia against? Our entire elite and oligarchy have long been built into the global financial system. Therefore, it is rushing between the real help of New Russia and the fear of losing their assets. Since taking the side of one, you lose the other. Only as a result of throwing and help we don’t really render and we receive sanctions regularly.
    And now they have come up with a bill to compensate the oligarchs for the losses, as a result of the sanctions, at the expense of the state. Even Ulyukaev, how much a liberal is even indignant: "" The minister said yesterday that a bill to compensate for the losses of Russians from decisions of foreign courts is the best way to cause capital outflow. "
    But after New Russia, trust in our government, I fell very much ...
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    2. 23 region
      23 region 3 October 2014 17: 14
      +1
      Quote: Russ69
      : "The minister said yesterday that a bill to compensate for the losses of Russians from decisions of foreign courts is the best way to cause capital outflow."

      I’ll go to court to demand compensation for the fact that I lost the smell of jamon and parmesan.
      1. Oldwiser
        Oldwiser 3 October 2014 20: 30
        +1
        and add a million more as moral damage - "for unbearable mental suffering from the thought of depriving you of the smell of Parmesan"
  8. Begemot
    Begemot 3 October 2014 14: 53
    +5
    Do not read Soviet or any other newspapers before dinner.
    The Western financial and commodity market has actually come close to 100% non-cash.
    This does not solve any problems, except for eliminating the costs of issuing and bringing the money circulation to light. As for the global tasks in the form of a change in the financial paradigm, such measures as a mosquito bite.
    1. Oldwiser
      Oldwiser 3 October 2014 20: 32
      0
      Do you offer resuscitation of the "gold standard"?
  9. corn
    corn 3 October 2014 14: 59
    +3
    The card, in principle, is already cashless (I can imagine what queues the ATMs will have at 22.00:31 on December XNUMX and more: you can turn them off and people have something to do).
    Interest on deposits and loans were even in the USSR.
    Replacement, suddenly, under Pavlov, some bills for others, also passed (little has come).
    Article - for air shake?
    Theoretical bowel movements on the topic: "If grandma had a dick"?
  10. alicante11
    alicante11 3 October 2014 15: 00
    +2
    Maybe I'm terribly dull, but, kill me, I did not understand why, due to the fact that all the money will lose its power on January 1, banks will start interest-free lending ... Basically, there was interest-free lending in Libya. But there was also "eternal" money. In the USSR, there was lending at minimal interest rates and also "eternal" money. What is the point of keeping money in an account if interest is not charged on it, but on the contrary, the bank will deduct it from it for maintaining the account? And if, say, the economy does not grow, but falls, say, by 5%, who will we take away "extra" money from? In general, the article requires clarifications, if such can in principle be provided.
  11. de_monSher
    de_monSher 3 October 2014 15: 20
    +3
    There is a rational grain in the article, but everything rests on a kind of "monetaristic narrowness" of the author's thinking. If we replace the concept of "monetary unit" with a "physical" unit - kilowatts, kilocalories or joules per second finallythen everything falls into place. And it is clear from whom to withdraw the "excess" when the economy falls, and where and how to redistribute dividends during growth. But here, alas and ah, we get a direct quote from the idea of ​​Sir Arthur Clarke. Eh ...
  12. Velikoruss
    Velikoruss 3 October 2014 15: 45
    +2
    A bunch of slogans about good intentions + a new version of the game "ball-durik". The recipe is much simpler: the issue of money should be in the monopoly of the state, and not a handful of bankers. According to Marx, money is the equivalent of human labor, and their value is therefore expressed in some kind of commodity cover produced by the hands of people. And the author proposes that everything that people have accumulated in the form of money annually turns into nothing, and on the bankers' accounts everything would remain in "chocolate". Hari from happiness they will not crack? The first experience in taming the dollar was successful, the payment for a large batch of oil was made in rubles, so there is something to please Uncle Sam even without tricky tricks with his ears.
    Almost all the turmoil in the financial markets does not occur for objective reasons, but as a result of stock-market games under the muddy rules, or, if you call a spade a spade, due to the fraud of the owners of a kind of world-wide casino. The casino always wins, that's why it was created, and suckers always pay. Do you want to lose - do not go to the casino wink
    1. Oldwiser
      Oldwiser 3 October 2014 20: 35
      0
      To the very point - "here he has a rookery." Give me the gold standard! Give me back my little gold!
  13. kingnothing
    kingnothing 3 October 2014 15: 45
    +2
    Suppose you change the monetary system that is now available for the one proposed in the article and what will change? NOTHING. We must change the economy, not the monetary system!
  14. Grbear
    Grbear 3 October 2014 16: 35
    +3
    This is either profanity or HSE. Does the author have no idea about the Fed? and why was it created? what
    The "bearded" had clearly outlined the "rules" of the game, which say that "the weak pay", or socialism is coming (with which face is another question, but for people).

    There is a clear rule that states: A country with more developed productive and intellectual forces has advantages. There may be small variations - resources, but they do not provide guarantees against severe pressure from developed countries, i.e. if you don’t develop, then yours will not be very yours.

    And about money.
    There is experience in mutual settlements of the CMEA countries. If we discard ideology (capitalism-socialism), then this is a "terrible" experience for the West and America, because he encouraged all market participants to develop the most efficient areas of their economy, but did not rule out economic support. There are nuances in it, but they are political, which are resolved without wars - on the basis of treaties.
  15. de_monSher
    de_monSher 3 October 2014 17: 11
    +1
    But actually ... hmm ... monetarism in particular, and monetary relations, in general, at the present stage of development, are huge weights on the feet of mankind. The equivalent in themselves no labornot spent on energy production, but rather the equivalent desired measure of idleness, - generate, in turn, even more abstract and far from life concepts - interest, debt obligations, etc. etc. And it is completely incomprehensible how to measure out a share of the "truth" for people with this ummm ... false "yardstick"? For anyone, whatever one may say, bullshit on vegetable oil will turn out ... *) It is necessary to be careful, to leave already ... wash off this "dermis", and introduce more transparent and understandable systems arrangements economic relations of people.
  16. wax
    wax 3 October 2014 17: 15
    +1
    Loan interest is just one element of the system. Turning cash into cashless does not change anything. With a limitation of the time of monetary circulation (against accumulation in the form of money), accumulation will go exclusively to the accumulation of real estate and land, i.e. as a result, to an even faster increase in land and real estate prices. For a radical change in the situation, it is necessary to terminate private ownership of land and the means of production in their current capitalist form. Then and only then can the rules of money emission be improved against unlawful (speculative) accumulation of money.
  17. bubla5
    bubla5 3 October 2014 20: 04
    0
    You won’t understand without a bottle
    1. Oldwiser
      Oldwiser 3 October 2014 20: 37
      0
      Hit the plan on the elements of the free market!
  18. andrejwz
    andrejwz 3 October 2014 20: 31
    0
    To the author: We really went too far with an economic education.
  19. Philip72
    Philip72 5 October 2014 00: 37
    0
    utopian article ... from an economic point of view ...