The path to the new Middle Ages

The path to the new Middle AgesThe economic situation in the world gives rise to the instability of the social platforms of the current authorities. The world was in such a state that some cannot, others no longer want. Everything, as the old man Marx once said. Moreover, in the recent past, revolutionary shifts were observed only in the countries of, say, the Third World or those standing on this shaky line. Today, some analysts allow themselves statements in the spirit of the fact that in the near future we can witness a real “orange” revolution in one of the developed European countries and even in the United States! This somewhat phantasmagoric picture is not devoid of sense, if only because in the last few years both the European Union and the USA are experiencing a real economic depression that can provoke a social upsurge.


The situation is aggravated by the fact that instead of solving their own economic tasks, which have long been turned, expressing the terminology of Russian textbooks, into problems with an asterisk, the leadership of the European Union and the United States are trying to arrange a witch hunt. Then they declare that this is the current China that is crushing the economy of the New and Old World with its cheap goods, then it comes to numerous Turkish, Libyan, Pakistani and other migrant workers who dump the labor market in the EU and the US, making it difficult for the indigenous people to get countries. However, should we now talk about the problem of immigrants or the level of Chinese growth, if for a couple of decades the authorities of united Europe and the States simply turned a blind eye to the solution of these issues. Continuing to live at the expense of solving their debt problems by other countries, including China and Russia, the United States and their European “partners” did not move their brains to find other options for further development of the situation.

In this regard, the deepening of the European and American economies into the shifting sands of public debt sooner or later should have led to the current collapse. The S & P agency, which has become world-famous, is adding fuel to the fire, which with enviable regularity lowers the credit ratings of states. After lowering the rating of the United States, S & P said that Italy, too, had long lost its credibility to the holders of its debt obligations.

Well, if neither America nor Europe is trusted by an analytic financial agency, then why should the people endure their ongoing impoverishment. Yes, yes, it is impoverishment. According to a recent study, income levels in the United States have declined by more than 15% over the past three years. Note, for the first time since the Great Depression, when strikes overflowed American industrial cities. At the same time, the unemployment rate has increased significantly. The head of the US Federal Reserve, Mr. Bernanke, at a recent meeting, in fact, did not offer anything that could change the situation in the US economy for the better in the near future. On television, President Obama continues to “delight” US citizens with new measures to overcome the crisis. These measures are mainly in new borrowing, which America is going to take under its regular bonds. However, these measures are not only far from the real tools for overcoming the economic depression of 2011, but in general seem absurd.
In such conditions, the number of dissatisfied with the policy of the authorities and the reaction of financiers begins to grow in the United States. The enrichment of the rich is accompanied by the impoverishment of the poor. The law that a fair distribution of public and private revenues leads to a revival of the economy does not matter much. It can be said that the economic crisis, the germ of which appeared in 2008, not only managed to be born, but also grew in size, so much so that it threatens to cause a social rebellion.

If you look at the civilian population of the States today, this is such a motley crowd that any spark can blow up stability in a country that has long won a democracy. Muslim communities are unhappy that they have to assimilate into the public secularization system of the United States. Numerous immigrants from Latin America are fighting for their rights and earnings increases. Private business is trying to swim out from under the transnational corporations. And all these groups have their own claims to the US government.

Just recently, the Americans associated all their troubles with the eight-year-old George W. Bush (junior). Against the background of progressive election rhetoric, Barack Obama received a chair in the Oval Office. However, the crisis crushed his rhetoric and himself. This suggests that the current political elites, regardless of their party foundations, cannot control the economy that is swollen from immense debts. In such a situation, America can indeed receive an internal impulse to self-destruction. After all, none of the fairly wealthy states (California, Florida, etc.) do not want to pull the burden in the form of subsidized states (Utah, Nebraska).

If such a scenario comes true, then the next world empire will collapse, sowing real chaos and a new Middle Ages.
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  1. Sanzyro
    Sanzyro 22 September 2011 08: 32 New
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    “Well, if the analytical financial agency no longer trusts America or Europe, then why should the people endure their ongoing impoverishment. Yes, it is impoverishment.” - Well, if this is about the USA, then I don’t know what to say about us ... repeat
    1. Magadan 22 September 2011 14: 19 New
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      Sanzyro, I lived there in 1994, when they all got hurt. I can’t say that they have soooooo straightforward standard of living. Sheer tantrums that nothing to pay on bills and close loans. I was familiar somewhere with hundreds of different families, of which I looked confidently into the future of 10 percent. In short, I returned to Russia with the opinion that the best country in the world is the USSR, only it was gone.
      Noodles are all about the wonderful life there. An American's standard of living is any Russian who receives from 20000 rubles a month in the central regions of the country. I will prove elementary if interested.
      1. mitrich
        mitrich 22 September 2011 14: 26 New
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        Magadan,
        interesting. I haven’t been to the USA, so it’s doubly interesting.
      2. Sanzyro
        Sanzyro 22 September 2011 15: 39 New
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        Yes, I understand perfectly. People live ordinary lives, earn money for life, raise children - everything is like everywhere else. In their own way, it is also not easy. But it’s more difficult and impoverishment to compare with ours doesn’t make sense! Our standard of living is their level of death - no one doubts this anymore. A priori ... The minimum wage, before the crisis, was not indexed for 15 years !!! Not so they lived badly, agree. And this minimum wage implies - paying for an apartment, utilities, meals, paying loans or mortgages, etc. Not a paradise, of course, but an ordinary, normal life. Where a person works, earns and lives on this money, and feeds his family (the average American family has 2 to 4 children). And did the crisis really affect ordinary people? Ordinary hard workers? My acquaintance lives in Chicago, he’s already 17 years old, he’s kindred calling - laughing, - what kind of crisis, what the fuck can you have ?? We don’t feel it here, but you are a “crisis” ...
        1. Sergh
          Sergh 22 September 2011 21: 35 New
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          Sanzyro, and I have a friend on a copper from Germany writes, he has been living for 10 years, it’s time to tick to Russia and further and deeper (the latter I did not understand)!
          1. Sanzyro
            Sanzyro 23 September 2011 00: 37 New
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            Well, when he arrives - farther and deeper, then we'll see ... But to cry and sting it is in human kind, but they don’t pass from words to deeds! winked
        2. Uncle Sam
          Uncle Sam 22 September 2011 22: 59 New
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          You write correctly, and I have friends over the hill, not back to Russia - not a single one! They all say one thing - you want to work - you will find work, you will work - everyone is in Shekolad, you want to receive an allowance - like in Russia with a salary of 20
          1. LESHA pancake
            LESHA pancake 23 September 2011 13: 55 New
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            LIE MORE.
          2. Sandov 1 March 2012 19: 12 New
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            Enter the gold ruble and spit on green Amer candy wrappers that are not secured by anything. And we will be in chocolate.
        3. Uncle Sam
          Uncle Sam 22 September 2011 23: 00 New
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          You write correctly, and I have friends over the hill, not back to Russia - not a single one! They all say one thing - you want to work - you will find work, you will work - everyone is in Shekolad, you want to receive an allowance - like in Russia with a salary of 20
        4. Uncle Sam
          Uncle Sam 22 September 2011 23: 00 New
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          You write correctly, and I have friends over the hill, not back to Russia - not a single one! They all say one thing - you want to work - you will find work, you will work - everyone is in Shekolad, you want to receive an allowance - like in Russia with a salary of 20
      3. Sanzyro
        Sanzyro 22 September 2011 15: 46 New
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        Yes, I understand perfectly. People live ordinary lives, earn money for life, raise children - everything is like everywhere else. In their own way, it is also not easy. But it’s more difficult and impoverishment to compare with ours doesn’t make sense! Our standard of living is their level of death - no one doubts this anymore. A priori ... The minimum wage, before the crisis, was not indexed for 15 years !!! Not so they lived badly, agree. And this minimum wage implies - paying for an apartment, utilities, meals, paying loans or mortgages, etc. Not a paradise, of course, but an ordinary, normal life. Where a person works, earns and lives on this money, and feeds his family (the average American family has 2 to 4 children). And did the crisis really affect ordinary people? Ordinary hard workers? My acquaintance lives in Chicago, he’s already 17 years old, he’s kindred calling - laughing, - what kind of crisis, what the fuck can you have ?? We don’t feel it here, but you are a “crisis” ...
      4. Sanzyro
        Sanzyro 22 September 2011 15: 46 New
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        Yes, I understand perfectly. People live ordinary lives, earn money for life, raise children - everything is like everywhere else. In their own way, it is also not easy. But it’s more difficult and impoverishment to compare with ours doesn’t make sense! Our standard of living is their level of death - no one doubts this anymore. A priori ... The minimum wage, before the crisis, was not indexed for 15 years !!! Not so they lived badly, agree. And this minimum wage implies - paying for an apartment, utilities, meals, paying loans or mortgages, etc. Not a paradise, of course, but an ordinary, normal life. Where a person works, earns and lives on this money, and feeds his family (the average American family has 2 to 4 children). And did the crisis really affect ordinary people? Ordinary hard workers? My acquaintance lives in Chicago, he’s already 17 years old, he’s kindred calling - laughing, - what kind of crisis, what the fuck can you have ?? We don’t feel it here, but you are a “crisis” ...
  2. AlexiusKit 22 September 2011 08: 42 New
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    Rather, they would have already bent there, they do not live like people ... shit, their mother !!! wink
    1. Uncle Sam
      Uncle Sam 22 September 2011 23: 01 New
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      yes, Russia will disappear a hundred years before it flies there
      1. Sandov 1 March 2012 19: 15 New
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        The Northamers more generally deserve to disappear from the map of the world as an evil empire. Until the year 17, the states were an example for peoples, and now they have slipped to the fascist empire.
  3. mitrich
    mitrich 22 September 2011 08: 44 New
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    We need a new reserve world currency that is not under the control of the dollar empire. The euro, as time has shown, could not compete with the dollar because of the powerful influence of the United States on European economic policy. Therefore, if the BRICS countries ever decide to take such a step as the introduction of their supranational currency, the world dictatorship of the Americans will end, definitely. Then the amers, the Fed and the stock market speculators Soros end. In the meantime, it’s too early to sing the funeral of the American economy. Its position in the world is still very strong, especially in the areas of banking (read - speculative capital), high technology, and the same defense industry.
  4. NUT
    NUT 22 September 2011 09: 05 New
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    but ten years ago, if not earlier, someone predicted that the last US president would be black
    1. Vadivak 22 September 2011 09: 47 New
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      Luke Besson in the movie 5 element
    2. Asmoday 22 September 2011 11: 29 New
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      Yes, look at all of their disaster films, and so on, geehs always like some kind of ass happen black president forever ...
    3. Sanzyro
      Sanzyro 23 September 2011 14: 58 New
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      The next one will be Asian! Reverence of the US government to the rather large Chinese diaspora. But in fact, the president’s skin color doesn’t mean anything! Even if it is green - the US policy will not change much from this! As it was an aggressor country, it will remain so ...
  5. Motherland
    Motherland 22 September 2011 09: 59 New
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    You need to return the "gold standard" when the dollar value was attached to gold, but as the states showed, you can’t trust so you need another currency that will be equated to gold
    1. mitrich
      mitrich 22 September 2011 12: 00 New
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      Regarding the dollar and the golden ounce.
      It used to be until Charles de Gaulle sent a ship with dollars to the States, asking them to exchange the "bucks" for gold.
      After that, the "ingenious" Americans invented the so-called The Bretton Woods system, according to which the dollar is tied to anything, but not to a golden ounce. Net speculation on exchanges. The same thing is happening with American debt obligations, in which tremendous money has been invested, primarily Japanese and Chinese.
      Apparently, China has not yet initiated the emergence of a new supranational currency, fearing to lose its trillions of US investments. Those, in this case, instantly devalue them (they will depreciate on the old-timer).
      1. LESHA pancake
        LESHA pancake 23 September 2011 15: 03 New
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        WELL YANKS YOUNG ON ACCOMPLISHING SCAMS THE WHOLE WORLD IN THE FIST KEEP.
    2. prunx
      prunx 22 September 2011 14: 55 New
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      Humanity has not mined gold in order to provide the gross product of the planet. The energy currency is capable of this because almost all products, one way or another, were produced using hydrocarbons (oil, gas, coal. It is also delivered to consumers using hydrocarbons (oil, fuel oil, diesel fuel, gasoline). Russia has good chances to create an independent regional currency.
      1. Sanzyro
        Sanzyro 22 September 2011 15: 49 New
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        To create something independent, one must be independent! And to be independent - you must be self-sufficient and strong !!! Continue to continue, or is it clear ??
  6. Rashid 22 September 2011 11: 43 New
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    The whole world is scared that if the US economy collapses, then the kapets will come to everyone. Therefore, they say, everyone should support the United States, exchanging their resources for pieces of paper in the form of dollars and bonds, which are not backed up by anything. Of course, there will be little good from this catastrophe, but there will always be a way out and gradually everything will improve.
  7. Joker
    Joker 22 September 2011 11: 57 New
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    The science fiction writer Stanislav Lem in the series of short stories "STAR DIARIES OF ION QUIET" has a story "ON THE BENEFITS OF THE DRAGON". The situation is largely similar to that described in this work. Whoever has the time to read, you won’t regret it.
  8. Motherland
    Motherland 22 September 2011 12: 12 New
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    The USA will not collapse. I think there’s someone who watched “The End of the Dollar Era”, it is perfectly told that their economy will simply not be allowed to fall apart, because we all give them money.
  9. Rico1977 23 September 2011 00: 45 New
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    A ghost wanders around the world - the ghost of communism. The situation as before the 17th
    1. LESHA pancake
      LESHA pancake 23 September 2011 15: 01 New
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      YES NOT COMMUNISM A REVOLUTION BUT HERE FURTHER KNOWS WHAT IT WILL GET.