The operation to rob Russia

The operation to rob Russia

The robbery of Russia in the 90-s of the 20 century and the beginning of the 2000-s is comparable, perhaps, only with the robbery of Russia after the 1917 Revolution of the year, during the subsequent Civil War and the seizure of key posts in the state by appointees of the “financial international”. So, Mikhail Gorbachev, with the financial assistance of the Swiss bank D. Rotshild and the American financial corporations Morgan and Rockefellers (the same clans that participated in the preparation of the collapse of the Russian empire and its subsequent robbery), created the Bank "Public Finance and National Program Lending." On the part of the Soviet Union, MS Gorbachev, R. M. Gorbachev, B. N. Yeltsin, and other important persons responsible for the destruction of the Red Empire entered it.


The implementation of the plan of "privatization" of the property of the Soviet peoples was prevented by the August coup of 1991. But the foreign “friends” of the new Russian elite more than paid back the investments in the collapse of the USSR during the rule of the clan B. Yeltsin (the so-called “Family”). In the "dashing 90-e" of the United States in the face of their economic advisers (there is no doubt that almost all of them were employees of the American special services, and those, as you know, conduct their activities in close alliance with the big capital of the States) provided "help" to our young reformers in reforming Russia, gaining access to the enormous heritage of the USSR. The process of plundering Russia, its peoples went under way. The head of the Privatization Center, B. Gardner, conducted all real estate transactions through Credit Suisse First Boston, this bank is part of the Rothschild monopoly. Just a few years after the death of the Soviet civilization, in 1994, the branch of this bank in Moscow owned shares of Norilsk Nickel, Lukoil, RAO UES of Russia, Rostelecom, Novolipetsk Metallurgical Combine (NLMK), Leningrad Optical Mechanical Association I.Lenina (LOMO OJSC) and other enterprises.

Simultaneously with the plundering, the process of destruction of the economy was started (for a number of reasons not needed by world capital enterprises), so, the adviser of the English parliament D.Ross wrote: “Russia experienced the largest history industrial collapse is actually the deepest collapse of the industrial economy in peacetime that has ever happened in the world. The country's net losses are enormous. ” Therefore, M.Gorbachev was so favored by various Western political and public organizations, receiving a lot of various awards and honorary titles (this is a man whom the majority of Russian citizens consider a traitor and destroyer, whose place is on the defendants' bench, and then the gallows). Including the Nobel Prize (1990 year), the Quadriga Prize with the wording “Dynamism of Hope” (Germany, 2009 year), in Russia - the Order of Honor (2001 year), the Order of St. Andrew the First-Called (2011 year); The Medal of Freedom for 2008 for the year with the phrase “for a courageous role in ending the Cold War” (USA, George Bush Sr. himself presented at a ceremony in Philadelphia).

Also popular in the West and among the Russian “democrats” B. Yeltsin, who pursued his financial and economic policy under the instructions of the international speculator D. Soros. Control over the ruble (the “printing press”, the Central Bank is actually a private shop, working in the interests of a narrow group of persons), and the financial system of the Russian Federation moved to the “financial international”. Millions of Russian people were ravaged (the welfare level achieved in the USSR was lowered), first by hyperinflation, then withdrawing several 0 from monetary values. With this “magic action” the collateral value of Russian deposits, industrial enterprises, banks, etc. It became almost zero and quickly settled in the pockets of Western corporations, banks and their owners, of course, accomplices in Russia also received their own “barrel of jam”.

At the same time, the agriculture of the USSR was destroyed, which in the period of 1985 – 1990 could feed 15% of the planet’s population, not to mention 5% of the planet’s population — the peoples of the USSR. The global agricultural corporations did not need such a competitor, whose products were also not a "plastic", but a natural product. And the population of the Russian Federation was added to the world “food needle” - which immediately affected the health of the Russian people. In the bulk, they began to eat worse both in quantitative and qualitative terms.

In order to hide the traces of financial and economic fraud, the best way is war. Therefore, one of the main reasons for the First Chechen War (1994-1996) was precisely the behind-the-scenes games of the world “financial international” and its assistants in the Russian Federation. While the Russian soldiers and officers shed their blood in this slaughter, the buying up for nothing of enterprises, deposits created by the labor of many generations of Russians, Soviet people, continued. The multi-billion state of “The Family” and other clans involved in the plundering of Russia grew.

People who were able to find the Will in themselves, the courage to speak out against the union of Russia's external and external enemies, suddenly died on this list, General L. Rokhlin, General KP Petrov, V. Ilyukhin, who consistently filed charges of treason against three Presidents of the USSR and the Russian Federation - M. Gorbachev, B. Yeltsin and V. Putin. 10 February 2011 of the year, speaking at the All-Russian Officers' Meeting, V.Ilukhin delivered an accusatory word to V.Putin, stating: “Being in 1998-99 at the head of the FSB of Russia, he (V.V. Putin ) disbanded the management of economic counterintelligence and counterintelligence support of strategic objects. The first one revealed all the most serious economic crimes, the second one did not allow to take away the enterprises that make up the glory of Russia into the ownership of foreigners ”.

“Financial International” has climbed not only into finance and the economy of Russia, but also into such strategic areas as railways, electric power, communications, the military-industrial complex. Russia was in financial bondage with the West, officially Moscow reported that the external debt of the Russian Federation was successfully repaid, but in reality the total debt of financial corporations and Russian banks exceeded half a trillion dollars. Apparently, this is why the financial pig of the Russian Federation is kept abroad as a pledge, and the "democratic" assistants of the West, such as Gref and Kudrin, do not allow it to be used for the development of Russia.

As a result, Russian companies, banks take loans not from their Central Bank, but from foreign banks, under the guarantees of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation, for which, if Russian companies and banks cannot repay, we will be responsible (or rather, we are already responsible - with a constant increase in tariffs for gas, electricity, housing and communal services, rising prices for food, fuel, etc.). As a publicist M. Leontiev correctly noted: “In fact, it is not always foreign money, but often reinvestment of its own companies through offshore companies. That is, the money is first placed on foreign accounts, and then used for reinvestment. Thus, companies hedge their risks, that is, in which case their resources will be in a safe place. ” Through financial speculation, through offshore, scrolling funds several times, with ever-increasing amounts of “virtual” money, which are becoming a real burden for governments.

The most seemingly successful Russian companies go to the debtors of the western financial international: Gazprom (the forward stronghold of the Russia Forward program, which is not mentioned, though), with a capitalization of 87 billion, has a debt of 60 billion, Lukoil ", While capitalizing 27 billion, has a debt of 26 billion, Transneft, while capitalizing 310 million has a debt of 9 billion.

According to the plans of the “world behind the scenes,” D. Medvedev should complete the operation to solve the “Russian question” - by conducting the second wave of privatization and liberalization, eventually causing a new collapse of Russia, which should bury hopes of revival. One of the elements of this plan is the International Financial Center in Moscow or in the Moscow region, its creation has already begun. There will be placed the centers of the four old enemies of Russia and the Russian people - the Rothschilds, the Rockefellers, the Warburgs and the Schiffs. After that, the Russian Federation plans to dismember at least the 4 parts - the Caucasus, Central Russia, Siberia, and the Far East. But for this it is necessary to finally break the will of the Russian people, most of the media work on it with all their might. The Russian people have already repeatedly thwarted the plans of the architects of the “new world order”, so it will be this time. We will stand and win, because there is simply no other choice ...

Sources of:
Platonov O. Crown of thorns in Russia: The history of the Russian people in the XX century. Tom 2. M. 1997.
Shambarov V. Anti-Soviet. M., 2011.
http://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Награды_и_почётные_звания_Михаила_Горбачёва
http://rutube.ru/tracks/3898984.html (Центральный Банк РФ - частная лавочка. Николай Стариков. Онлайн конференция в АиФ 25 ноября 2010, на которой Николай Стариков рассказал об устройстве мировой экономической системы).
http://kprf.ru/dep/89242.html
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  1. Max79 4 August 2011 10: 19 New
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    Gorbachev, pi ... sou orders, but they give medals, but to those who really deserve them, no. There’s nothing to be surprised! It’s immediately obvious that if the West rewards officials, 100% means traitors to the motherland. There is nothing to vote and there is nothing to think ...
  2. mitrich
    mitrich 4 August 2011 10: 31 New
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    Dear author A. Samsonov made a snow woman out of shit and presented it to the public wink !
    Things like privatization, ALWAYS and AT ALL TIMES are a continuous chain, to put it mildly, of breaking the law.
    Chubais AB, whom I, like 99,9% of Russians, can’t stand, said one thing that should be taken as you like, but with attention. He was asked: “Why did you allow the country to be robbed by giving the best pieces of state property at collateral auctions?” To which he replied something like this: “In 1994, property could be given out for good money ONLY to large foreign companies, because ONLY they could pay. The citizens of free Russia did not have money. " That is, now, under RIGHT privatization, our hydrocarbons would be produced by Shell and Exxon-Mobil, and not by Gazprom and Lukoil. What then would A. Samsonov write ?!
    I do not condone the crimes committed in the dashing 1990s, I just try to comprehend the homespun truth.
    And again: where did the author take the huge debts of state-owned companies ?! From which nostril did I dig out? If the author of the "idea" N. Starikov, then the information does not stand up to criticism ...
    1. dmb
      dmb 4 August 2011 12: 04 New
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      Ah, Chubais is a benefactor. But the question is why it was necessary to give ?. We discard the lyrical digressions about effective owners. He is effective only for himself personally and for a very small environment., For if this is not so, then what did our wise President say about innovations in which he understands like a pig in oranges. Who, in fact, prevented these owners from modernizing production, and not buying palaces in the Canaries? In the USSR, there were very efficient productions not related to primitive exhaustion of the bowels, the products of which the United States and advanced Japan were happy to buy.
    2. Eric
      Eric 4 August 2011 16: 04 New
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      Mitrich, and you look at the shares of Gazprom and Lukoil and you will be surprised that everything is exactly the same. capital in our mother Russia and shakes everything! :)
  3. Professor 4 August 2011 10: 35 New
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    In the same period, the agriculture of the USSR was destroyed, which in the 1985 - 1990 period could feed 15% of the planet’s population, not to mention 5% of the planet’s population - the peoples of the USSR.

    Then you can not read the article.
    If neither Canada nor the United States in the USSR, there would be no simple bread. I personally saw bulk carriers with grain from overseas. recourse
    ... and only after the death of the "indestructible republics of the free" Russia began to provide itself with bread and even export !!!
    1. KAPATEJIb
      KAPATEJIb 4 August 2011 11: 28 New
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      Professor, I don’t know in what direction you are a "professor", but obviously not in agriculture. Since you write such nonsense about Canada and the USA, it seems to me that you are a "spy". The USSR really fed not only the entire USSR, but also foreign countries. The USSR was the most powerful country in agriculture. Everything collapsed as the Democrats came to power. No need to go far. Go to the store and see where all the products are brought from today. Today, Russia can provide a maximum for products in a small area.
      1. Superduck
        Superduck 4 August 2011 12: 02 New
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        You're wrong, agricultural in the USSR was for the most part in deep z.o.p. Since the collective farms were created, nothing good has happened to him. The grain was purchased by megatons in Canada and the USA, plus reed on a cube, which was a bunch of petrodollars. Rarely what collective farms of the Central Chernozem Region, Ukraine and the Stavropol Territory were not unprofitable, and those that were - usually the merit of enthusiasts - leaders, those on infertile soils were generally in complete outwork.
        My grandmother lived in the Belgorod region in the village, until the young chairman, as an experiment, decided on his own initiative to raise sheep for wool on a collective farm on fertile soils was in the minuses. And he killed a lot of nerves on these sheep, because according to the instructions of the sheep it was necessary to raise beets and bread on black soil, and at least crack.
        In short, if you are not too lazy and find information about the amount of subsidies in agricultural under the USSR, then the figure can be horrifying.
      2. Professor 4 August 2011 12: 02 New
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        I am not an expert in agriculture, but I can read. And I also remember very well how this agriculture was in the "reporting period" because I had to work on collective farms more than once as a student.
        Will argue how much the USSR exported and imported food then lay out the numbers here. Especially in the import of wheat from North America. Or do you disagree that Russia almost for the first time since 1913 has provided itself with grain?
        About the fact that there are few domestic products in stores, I don’t argue, but to write about the fact that the USSR could feed 15% of the world's population is complete nonsense. As the army in 80-e on Tselina sent to harvest, I also remember well.
        Empty shelves in stores of stagnation times and sausage trains forgot?
        1. KAPATEJIb
          KAPATEJIb 4 August 2011 13: 58 New
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          Professor and SuperDuck, you can read anything, the question is what to read! it is necessary to take Old from different sources, and sources are not in the same direction of power. It is not necessary to fully believe the information that our authorities are presenting. This is understandable for what purpose she speaks of the Soviet regime in this perspective. Today's government has outlived itself, and they need at all costs to divert the view of the Russians from current problems.
          I know firsthand what agriculture was like during the years of the USSR. And what it became in the 90s, and even more so now. And I completely disagree with you !!!
          1. Superduck
            Superduck 4 August 2011 14: 09 New
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            I, too, are not from Kommersant’s magazine. For you, the problem is about the Soviet era speak badly? So this is not a question for us. Why should we protect your subtle mental organization.
            And by the way now, though after the land was taken from the peasants, the efficiency of the work of the new collective farms has increased many times over. True, people lived in villages as they live from the gardens, now the land collected from the possessions of several large Soviet collective farms can now be cultivated by a team of 10 combines and 15 John Dir tractors worth half a dollar bucks each. And dividends from shares have not been given to people for a long time. and whoever wants to take the land back is very much jelling about it, now the production costs go to the normal level, and you don’t need to feed horseradish kindergartens, libraries and clubs, people don’t have to pay for the land either, the main thing is to make friends with anyone.
            1. svvaulsh
              svvaulsh 4 August 2011 16: 49 New
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              Well, here the problem was more likely in the following. In the USSR, the population was 283 million people. Moreover, Central Asia, Transcaucasia have never grown, or very little, grain. With a fairly large population. In total (I do not remember exactly), the yield was at the level of 120 million tons. In addition, they fed for nothing a bunch of countries whose rulers declared a socialist path of development. Therefore, it was not enough for itself and it was necessary to buy grain in Canada. Now, with a population of 142 million, 70-80 million tons of grain are harvested in Russia. Moreover, almost half are in 3 regions (Stavropol, Krasnodar Territory and Rostov Region.). And the approach is more pragmatic. Just do not give, but only for the money. Therefore, there are surpluses that can be put up for sale (up to 20 million tons). Although, it would be more profitable to spend surpluses on the development of the pig-breeding complex and poultry farming. After all, we buy a significant part of the meat abroad, thereby undermining the food independence of the country and spending part of the currency received from the sale of grain.
          2. Professor 4 August 2011 16: 59 New
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            Do not completely believe the information that now presents our government

            100% agrees with you.

            I do not claim that everything was bad in the USSR, but now everything is fine. I affirm that the USSR could not feed itself to tsam, especially 15% of the world's population.
            The brightest evidence of my words were empty counters in food stores for a long time before Gorbachev.
            1. svvaulsh
              svvaulsh 4 August 2011 17: 17 New
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              Here professor you are wrong. Counters began to empty around the 87th year. And strangely enough, the first cigarettes began to disappear.
              1. Superduck
                Superduck 4 August 2011 17: 26 New
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                Well, tobacco was almost all imported, as petrodollars were washed out, imported goods disappeared first and not Gorbachev ate them.
                1. Joker
                  Joker 4 August 2011 17: 34 New
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                  As a leader, Gorbachev at the very beginning of his career proved to be “brilliant”.

                  The area which he was in charge of (or state farm - I don’t remember exactly) confidently moved from the solid first-middle to the category of lagging behind.

                  And he began to take loans by handing over our territories and making political concessions, so here I do not agree, it was he who ate.
                  1. Superduck
                    Superduck 4 August 2011 17: 56 New
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                    Why, you Russians for some reason pay too much attention to the role of the individual in history. The economy of the USSR was ill with cancer even before Gorbachev was appointed First Secretary of the Stavropol Regional Committee of the CPSU. The disease is about the same as the Russian Federation, it is inefficient and tied to prices you know what, which are variable. And if Soros and the Rokshilds were able to overwhelm her by playing the prices on the exchange, then this is not the Rokshilds problem but the problem of the USSR economy.
                    1. Joker
                      Joker 5 August 2011 15: 55 New
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                      I do not agree about the role of personalities in history. A lot depends on them, corny, the level of passing the route depends on the level of preparation of the rider, and here, in fact, a short-sighted man stood at the helm of the empire. This, of course, does not mean that the USSR model was flawless, but there were punctures in the western model of the economy, and the current crisis is proof of this (one can recall the great depression in Pindostana among the most famous).
                      1. Superduck
                        Superduck 5 August 2011 16: 03 New
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                        I’m not saying that it doesn’t, but many young comrades who still sucked a tit in the 90s sincerely believe that Gorbachev took the Garden of Eden, then sold his soul to the devil and ruined everything. This is not entirely true.
                      2. Joker
                        Joker 5 August 2011 16: 10 New
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                        I agree, there were serious miscalculations.
            2. Professor 5 August 2011 12: 39 New
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              Empty the shelves long before the 1987 year. The queues for milk from 4 in the morning in the Caucasus in 1972, according to the parents' stories, he himself was on practice on Sakhalin — there was nothing except bread and sprats in tomato sauce. Nearly out there in a month. True caviar was the sea ... smile
              Do you remember the word "deficiency"?
              1. svvaulsh
                svvaulsh 5 August 2011 14: 09 New
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                Well, I’ll say: In the 70s there was a deficit. They brought rye bread from Kharkov, because in the shops there was only white and gray, and also boiled sausage 2-20 each, because everywhere lay smoked and half-smoked.
              2. Superduck
                Superduck 5 August 2011 16: 09 New
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                The second half of the 80s, even before Gorbachev, already had serious problems with grub and general consumer goods. I remember my mother crawled half dead from the factory, after working for 2 hours in the queue I could stand in a queue - this is only a Russian woman who can stand it. I remember the year 84-85m who threw me out of the line because my mother asked me to stand up for some kind of deficit. They said like - let the mother herself stand, I’m about 8 years old, it's a shame, I stood for an hour and a half.
            3. Fedor 5 August 2011 21: 36 New
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              With 87? Original. This is where how. For example, in the closed cities of Arzamas-16, Chelyabinsk-65, Mirny-12, etc. supply was better than in Moscow and St. Petersburg. But in Tambov in the central grocery store in 1975 there were 6 items on the shelves: 1. Salt; 2. Matches; 3. Cigarettes "Surf" (not even "North"). 4. Some kind of cheap cereal like pearl barley; 5. Vodka (in bulk); 6. Cheese (oddly enough, apparently milk edges). There was no bread. There you go. This is me a witness. If, of course, you live within the Garden Ring, then we can assume that since 1987, however, the rapid deterioration of life, especially in the Russian province (which always paid obediently for everything), until the complete absence of goods, began somewhere in 1973.
    2. Marat
      Marat 5 August 2011 22: 11 New
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      I fully support you KAPATEJlb! People who write about agricultural inefficiency and the USSR industry are either illiterate or just enemies. I will not retell the wonderful books of Sergei Kara-Murza, Andrei Parshev and dozens of other authors - but in order not to succumb to such provocations, I recommend that those who have not read read it - it is written vividly and even the abundance of statistics does not bother.
      But after the collapse, yes, the consumption of both bread and all products fell several times - but they started selling abroad - although part of the people were undernourished.
      The current "oil well-being" is not the result of "democratic reforms" - we have not improved anything by ruining our home
  • Skills 4 August 2011 10: 46 New
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    They did not hear about the organization of the deficit in the USSR, look in the net, the material mass, including about the conscious destruction of food.

    About debts, too, there is material in the network, for example: Gazprom’s debt reached record 59 billion dollars http://news2.ru/story/216919/
  • Petrol 4 August 2011 11: 54 New
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    so what the hell is it .... that the current residents of the Kremlin from one "collective farm" and the Sabbath continues ....
  • mitrich
    mitrich 4 August 2011 12: 07 New
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    read it. Well, suppose the information is correct ... But this is only one side of the coin (say, obverse). It is necessary to take into account capitalization as well as how much Gazprom itself owes ... Or not? Relatively speaking: your personal 1) capitalization (apartment, cottage, car, account) is 15 million rubles, 2) you owe 500 thousand rubles, 3) you 2 million rubles. If items 1 and 3 are discarded as unnecessary, the situation is stalemate, and if taken together, it is quite acceptable. The same thing with other companies ... The capitalization of Gazprom, by the way, is greatly underestimated in the article. The figure is floating, but before the crisis, it was more than 300 billion dollars, and in real life it was at least a trillion, if we seriously consider the issue.
  • mitrich
    mitrich 4 August 2011 12: 23 New
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    I do not condone Chubais and believe me, the faces of Berezovsky, Gusinsky, Smolensky, Khodorkovsky do not digest no less than you. It’s just that the very idea of ​​“taking everything - and sharing” gives away with the scumbag. Moreover, there was an attempt to implement it in the form of voucherization.
    Yes, it’s annoying when people, having received the Soviet inheritance for free, simply plundered or profaned out of luck fallen happiness.
    Thank God, prom began to appear. enterprises built from scratch by the business itself and efficiently operating. Yesterday they showed a joyful picture about the opened dairy in Mordovia, wonderful cheeses are produced using Swiss technology. I hope you have no complaints about such a business? Here I have too.
    1. dmb
      dmb 5 August 2011 09: 34 New
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      mitrich. In no way. And I do not say at all that in the USSR everything was “in chocolate”. And the need to give the "private trader" small and medium business was clearly visible. But this is something else. Energy, railway and air transport, mineral resources, science should be owned by the state. And talk about the inefficiency of the state. controls always begin at the moment when they are about to drag the "bold chunk" off again. Returning to Chubais’s quote, I want to remind you that the electric power industry was “put up” not with the dashing 90, but with the current rulers.
    2. stas 4 September 2011 14: 32 New
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      Do you think that “taking everything and pocketing it in one hand (oligarchs)” is better?
  • Mclout 007
    Mclout 007 4 August 2011 16: 17 New
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    Regarding grain, let me say)) the USSR produced enough grain for its own food. Only the grain was soft varieties, feed. Although you can make bread out of it. So in Canada and America durum wheat was purchased. Which interfered with ours and baked bread. Well, the bread was the same as today and you will not find. There were many shortcomings in the USSR. But there were advantages.
    1. Joker
      Joker 4 August 2011 16: 27 New
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      I will add - if I’m not mistaken, hard varieties go for pasta.
      1. Professor 4 August 2011 17: 00 New
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        You are not mistaken.
      2. Superduck
        Superduck 4 August 2011 17: 06 New
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        And the cookies :-)
        T.N. hard and strong wheat varieties used to grow practically only in Kazakhstan and it was not enough, but at the same time feed grain was also purchased by the foreign in normal quantities. At the same time, I remember it came to senility when I went to my grandmother’s village from Ukraine, I always drove a few loaves of black bread, because they almost never baked black bread in the Belgorod region, and they only had a white brick and a loaf on sale. Well, this is probably not a problem of agriculture, but of trading offices.
        However, it is worth recognizing that the total level of agricultural subsidies by various methods, from subsidies to producers to compensation for the final product prices for the population in the USSR, was not much higher than in the West, so as not to lie in the USA about 35%, Canada 32%, in the USSR about 40 %, it would be like a socialist system demanded lower prices.
  • figwam 4 August 2011 21: 22 New
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    And which of the four clans belongs to Chubais? With all the rulers, he is held in high esteem!
    I don’t know how your comrades are, but where I live (the central part of Russia) the fields planted with grain crops or vegetables have become much smaller. Do not forget that due to modern technology and progress from the same field we will now harvest more than 20- 30 years ago.
  • Isk1984 4 August 2011 23: 11 New
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    Well, here you split up about agriculture, and so on purchases abroad, it was bought in Canada and the United States that feed grain was lacking because for example only in our region all the farms were slaughtered with cattle and pig farms, a huge amount of cattle consumed large volumes of imported grain , by the way, there was nothing wrong with the balance of trade of the USSR, sausage was more natural than it is nowadays, they really fed half the world, having nothing to do with it.
    The union was ruined by petty darlings who had lost their conscience and pride in their history, Chubais is not a stupid man for one thing, like Putin and Kudrin, but these are not OUR people with you, they have completely different interests, do you really naively think that ten years is not enough to at least you don’t have to go far for examples; since 2000, China has created and modernized entire industries. And we like pi ... or pi ... or, nothing has changed, Thank you Bush for the high oil prices, but really small business on its hump creating an economy.
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    And the period from 1991 to 2011, decades later, will be described in history textbooks as a national catastrophe lasting for a good two decades.
  • pokermen
    pokermen 5 August 2011 09: 01 New
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    In some ways, the collective farms in the USSR really were very dependent on subsidies ..... but that was the price of food safety
    1. Superduck
      Superduck 5 August 2011 13: 49 New
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      But it was never achieved after the war. In 1947 there was a famine (not as sure as 33m) as soon as the USSR got off the food supply under Lend-Lease. After a while, the situation was rectified a little, but few collective farms fulfilled the plan outside the particularly productive years. Grain again began to buy in the USA, what the hell is security here.
      My opinion, or rather, the opinion of my grandfather, who lived all his life in the village, that after the NEP, agriculture fell into a deep ass..you never got out of it. Unfortunately, the peasants did not become a state-forming class as workers and engineers, and were regarded as a food security resource and no more, the agricultural crisis began in the 50s and did not stop, in fact, before the war they were generally a hostile class. Under Andropov and early Gorbachev, there were pathetic attempts to smooth the situation, I remember they started building houses, attracting young specialists, purchasing the latest equipment and manufacturing, but it was too late. Under Gorbi, refugees from hot spots settled in the houses, young people were dribbling from the village as before.
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    ESCANDER 5 August 2011 11: 49 New
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    In post-war Germany, plants were sold for 1 brand. It doesn’t matter how much they have sold, it’s important - to whom, + public control, which is a buzz for the economy.
    The king is dead, long live the king!
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    mitrich 5 August 2011 13: 28 New
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    I agree with you in almost everything. I do not agree about civil air transport, which is just a little bit winked I understand. A single state air carrier - a monopolist - the country does not need unambiguously. This will hit both the passengers and the salaries of flight personnel for the worse. But to recreate a full-fledged higher flying school of the GA, the state, and not the airline company, should take on the function of training GA pilots of the first stage and normal 4-5 year training should be long ago. What is now available in Ulyanovsk is, in Russian speaking, the mat is removed ---> - the mat is deleted - .. I, not the school.
    As for subsoil use, 100% for, I don’t know about railway, maybe passengers can be served by private companies (the Soviet railway service is recalled with a shudder), but here I don’t cut at all.
    I think so smile !
  • Eugene 5 August 2011 15: 09 New
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    Here they talked a little about agricultural production. In Ukraine, we can already draw some conclusions. About spectacular owners. Guys, they do not care about everything. Yields, crop rotation, preservation. The whole country is seeded with monoculture, wheat. Potatoes, apples, as more labor-intensive people are brought from all over the world. When you travel across Ukraine, and only wheat for 200 km in a row, you begin to understand that Marx was right about 300%.
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      svvaulsh 5 August 2011 15: 34 New
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      No, well, I still meet sunflower. In general, Donetsk and Kharkov regions in relation to agricultural and roads (after each trip I go through the chassis) look depressing. And neighboring Poltava is much more preferable and well-groomed.
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        Superduck 5 August 2011 15: 48 New
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        There is a lot of sunflower, it’s true, the last year 2 rape began to actively sow. But damn it after rape, corn and sunflower, the earth is killing tightly, already turning yellow.
        And the roads are true, after the Russian contrast is sharp.
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          ESCANDER 5 August 2011 17: 32 New
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          Damn, but I thought there was nowhere worse ...
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            Superduck 5 August 2011 17: 39 New
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            Well, you can go to Tajikistan :-)
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              svvaulsh 5 August 2011 21: 48 New
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              Somehow I went to Chimkent through Aktyubinsk. So from Khromtau to Aralsk there is no road at all (on the map the highway). And the rest is in such a condition that bypass in Kharkov (before repair) - in general it will seem like an autobahn.
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            Joker 5 August 2011 17: 40 New
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            Now, even if you’re going, you don’t think that you can run into an open hatch, and in the 90s this was a common thing .. (about Moscow)
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              Superduck 5 August 2011 17: 43 New
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              Tyuyu, your wild country, boring, it’s easy here in Kharkov! Chugunin is still held in high esteem. wink
              1. keng
                keng 5 August 2011 19: 28 New
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                When all the pig iron about ..... What then will you do, gentlemen, "like Ukrainians"?
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    keng 5 August 2011 19: 24 New
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    Now they openly speak and write - who is to blame for the collapse and collapse of the USSR. Famous names and positions held. Maybe it's time to bring to justice these traitors gentlemen? There are no statutes of limitations for this. Only the will of the sovereign is needed. People, due to their high posts, plunged the country into chaos, and this must be answered !!!!
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    When the power changes, then things will start, but for now nothing will change.
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    Che 15 August 2012 11: 59 New
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    “Financial International” has climbed not only into finance and the economy of Russia, but also into such strategic areas as railways, electric power, communications, the military-industrial complex. Russia was in financial bondage with the West, officially Moscow reported that the external debt of the Russian Federation was successfully repaid, but in reality the total debt of financial corporations and Russian banks exceeded half a trillion dollars. Apparently, this is why the financial pig of the Russian Federation is kept abroad as a pledge, and the "democratic" assistants of the West, such as Gref and Kudrin, do not allow it to be used for the development of Russia.

    For 20 years after the coup, Russia was thrown back 50 years in its development. Gigantic efforts must be made to get rid of financial dependence on amers and Europe. How to do this, we have sensible financiers.