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Project "ZZ". America is saddened by the poverty of the Russian people and the oppression of Chubais

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Russia cooperated with the West to reach a nuclear agreement with Iran, but the deal brought oil prices down. At the same time, a weak domestic demand for gas and a reduction in the export market hit the raw materials economy of Russia. Citizens of the country suffer from a falling ruble exchange rate. The American Interest thought about what will happen after Putin’s departure, and The New York Times is worried about the fate of Chubais: it is oppressed by the siloviki in Russia.

The article by Nick Cunningham ("The Christian Science Monitor") talks about "serious economic and financial threats" for Russia. The Kremlin probably thought that the difficulties were left behind in the spring, when oil prices began to rise, but the market went down again. And this does not bode well for the country, the browser believes.

Russia faced a massive financial crisis: low oil prices are combined with Western sanctions. A country that gets about 50% of its budgetary revenues from the sale of oil and gas, a sudden collapse of oil prices could plunge the bottom of the crisis.

Russia decided to cooperate with the West in a “nuclear deal with Iran,” the author writes. However, the deal "contributed to the fall in oil prices," since markets are now expecting Iranian oil to enter the world market "over the next few months." True, there are benefits from the deal: it opens up business opportunities for Russia in Iran. Geopolitics is also mixed up. Cooperation with the West was appreciated: President Barack Obama even thanked President Vladimir Putin for his help. This, the author believes, can make some kind of contribution to the lifting of Western sanctions against Russia. However, the withdrawal "can not happen soon enough."

Meanwhile, Russia's foreign exchange reserves are being depleted: they have shrunk from 524 to 361 billion dollars, or even more.

Gazprom has major problems: natural gas production is falling, aided by weak domestic demand and a reduction in the gas export market. As a result, Gazprom’s production volumes fell by 19% in June compared with the same month in 2014.

But Gazprom gives 10 percent of Russia's economic activity. Therefore, the problems of Gazprom are a disaster for the entire Russian economy.

Here are some more indicators: the production of Gazprom fell by 12,9% in the first half of 2015 of the year (year on year). The Russian gas giant could get a total 106 billion in revenue this year. For comparison: in 2014, income was 146 billion dollars. Revenues are lower by almost a third, the journalist said.

The Ukrainian crisis also went sideways to Gazprom. The conflict over gas prices, not to mention the confrontation, forced Kiev to look for alternative gas suppliers. If in the 2014 year, Ukraine depended on Russia for three-quarters of the gas supply, then this year this share decreased to just 37 percent (Sberbank data). Now Ukraine receives the main flow of gas from the “European neighbors,” the author writes.

Moreover, Europe itself, albeit slowly, does a lot to diversify gas supplies. Therefore, Russia's prospects in the EU market are vague.

The Chinese turn for Russia is also doubtful. China and Russia announced a series of commodity transactions in 2014, including the construction of a pipeline network for exporting “huge volumes” of gas. But after all, China's economy is slowing down, as evidenced by the collapse of the stock market in June. Be that as it may, the demand for energy in the Middle Kingdom is declining. As a result, China and Russia “put off indefinitely” the western route of the Power of Siberia pipeline, the columnist writes. And this complicates Russia's plan, aimed at replacing European energy consumers with Asian ones.

Economic problems this summer are growing like a snowball. The ruble exchange rate, which recovered slightly in the spring after the winter fall, again rapidly went down. Things are going badly in the regions: debts are growing in the regions, expenses exceed revenues. Approximately two dozen of the 83 regions of Russia are more or less in a state of "default," says Nick Cunningham.

Julian Hans in a Swiss newspaper "Tages anzeiger" notes that in Russian life the word "sanctions" has become synonymous with the new confrontation with the West. Now food in stores is becoming more expensive, but patriots can buy T-shirts with Putin and with nuclear missiles signed: "Iskander" are not afraid of sanctions. "

Project "ZZ". America is saddened by the poverty of the Russian people and the oppression of Chubais

Rarely when Muscovites manage to suck sweet. Photo: "Bloomberg"


Europe’s sanctions have strongly affected the Russian population: food prices are now biting. However, counter-sanctions, that is, the embargo imposed by the Kremlin on food from countries participating in sanctions against Russia, are even more widely affected. Broad masses are especially concerned with the constant increase in prices. According to Rosstat, products in 2014 were up by almost 17 percent. Since then, prices have steadily increased. Real incomes of Russians also fell significantly, says a Swiss journalist. And once buyers save, manufacturers do the same: for example, they replace the ingredients in food with cheaper ones - the milk in the cheese is replaced with vegetable fat.

And this is no longer the result of Western sanctions, the author believes, but the result of the “Russian embargo and weak ruble.”

To abandon globalization from Moscow simply and quickly will not work. Here is a simple example: 80% of potatoes in the Russian Federation are grown from seed and with the help of fertilizers purchased abroad. And once abroad, for the currency, reminds the analyst.

Against this background edition "The American Interest" develops the theme of “Putin’s departure”.

As Andrew Wood writes, sooner or later the power in the Kremlin will change. And the West should consider the likely consequences.

There is a widespread assumption: when Putin leaves, a similar ruler will replace him. The system as a whole will remain.

The authors (including Andrew Wood) of the “Russian Challenge” report, published by Chatham House, believe that the West should consider the consequences of a possible change of leadership in Russia. Analysts cite several factors that need to be taken into account: a) the policy pursued by Putny after his return to the Kremlin in 2012 significantly narrowed the possibilities for constructive interaction between the West and Russia; b) there is no indication that Putin recognizes the need for economic reform; c) his statements at the St. Petersburg Forum last month were based on the controversial statement that Russia had already gone through the worst; d) the Russian bureaucracy is unable to conduct liberal economic reforms; e) Putin is not going to conduct judicial reform, not to mention political modernization. The author concludes: Putin is "afraid of change."

Next, the analyst draws parallels between Russia and the USSR today. The Soviet Union collapsed for subjective reasons, caused by the feeling that it had lost its way. And here there is something in common with Putin’s Russia, the author believes. "Heavy doses of propaganda of patriotism" are directed by the Kremlin only to maintain power.

As a result, uncertainty increases in the country.

Will Putin be replaced by someone similar? The author doubts. If Putin left now, then this option would be likely. But he is not going to leave. And for the future it is difficult to count: after all, the “heir” must enlist the support of Putin’s current environment. There are all conditions for the start of strife.

There is great uncertainty about what will happen if Putin "dies in the office." According to the constitution, Prime Minister Medvedev will come to power. It is also possible that Putin will appoint the future prime minister, however this person is unlikely to be free in the manifestation of political will.

The scenario in which Putin will be overthrown by a group of his current supporters seems, in the author’s opinion, unlikely. Many Russians fear that if Putin leaves, a new Time of Troubles will break out in the country ...

Along with the arrival of "uncertainty" in Russia, liberalism decreases. Sabrina Tavernyz in "The New York Times" worried about the fate of A. B. Chubais - "one of the most famous architects of the post-Soviet economic modernization of Russia, who came under attack by anti-Western hawks in the Russian government."


Chubais in February. Photo: Alexander Utkin / Agence France-Presse - Getty Images


The campaign against Chubais is presented by the journalist as “the last effort of powerful Putin loyalists” to remove “liberal votes” from the public life of Russia.

Mr. Chubais, the author of the report reminds, is “attacked” through the pursuit of his current and former Rosnano colleagues, and first of all Leonid Melamed, the former manager of the company.

The Russian daily Izvestia, the author reports, wrote that Moscow businessman Dmitry Lerner sent letters to state investigators. The letters contain accusations of Rosnano top managers, including Chubais himself, of involvement in embezzlement of public funds.

According to the journalist, Mr. Chubais "despises the security forces", these "Putin loyalists", who came to power "from the secret police or the armed forces." These people find Chubais a “liberal symbol” of that era in stories Russia, when they lost power.

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The heroes of the West are understandable: it was the late B. Nemtsov (not without purpose in an article in the New York Times about Chubais published a February photo), and A. Chubais, who is more alive than all the living. The “antiheroes” for the American media are Putin and his “siloviki”, oppressing the thinning supporters of liberalism and democracy in Russia - like Chubais, “one of the most famous architects of the post-Soviet economic modernization of Russia”.

They say Chubais invented nanoasphalt. Why don't they write about it in the New York Times?
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  1. atk44849
    atk44849 29 July 2015 09: 19
    +77
    in Russia! -Everyone despise a little bit of red! except liberalists.
    1. Varyag_1973
      Varyag_1973 29 July 2015 10: 29
      +45
      "Now Ukraine receives the main flow of gas from its European neighbors," the author writes.

      After such a statement by Nick Cunningham, it becomes clear what kind of analyst he is! There is only one question: Where does gas from "European neighbors come from ?!

      P.S. Photos with retirees eagerly sucking on an American lollipop amused! I wonder how much they were paid for the photo shoot ?!
      1. Very smart
        Very smart 29 July 2015 10: 45
        +7
        Quote: Varyag_1973
        Photos with retirees eagerly sucking on an American lollipop amused!

        Chupa Chups - Spanish! Interestingly, he fell under the embargo?
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        2. 12423 student
          12423 student 29 July 2015 10: 54
          +41
          a simple example: 80% of potatoes in the Russian Federation are grown from seed and using fertilizers purchased abroad.
          Something is not believed. I have my own seed, and only 20% of people like me?
          I do not believe.
          1. ,
            , 29 July 2015 12: 33
            +16
            I assure you, on an industrial scale, potatoes come from abroad-BELARUS))). And the choice of fertilizers is imported and there are domestic !!!
          2. shonsu
            shonsu 29 July 2015 18: 33
            +6
            and about fertilizers, too, doubts, recently there was a report on the first, that a terminal was specially built under St. Petersburg to safely ship fertilizers for export. and as far as I know, we exported fertilizers always.
            1. Mister22408
              Mister22408 30 July 2015 11: 05
              +2
              Muddy scheme for re-export, loans and withdrawals.
          3. EvgNik
            EvgNik 30 July 2015 05: 46
            +2
            Quote: student 12423
            I have my own seed

            Likewise. Favorite variety - blue-eyed, in "Arguments" they wrote that it was bred by Pushkin's grandfather Hannibal.
      2. provincial
        provincial 29 July 2015 11: 11
        +8
        most likely this photo is from the 90s.
      3. Mavric
        Mavric 29 July 2015 11: 16
        +7
        "It's rare when Muscovites manage to suck on sweets. Photo: Bloomberg" Of course, Americans suck everything :)
        1. Hyppopotut
          Hyppopotut 29 July 2015 11: 29
          +4
          Russians rarely succeed in sucking sweets ...
          And what are the Europeans constantly ss ..... be the Americans? (sorry for vulgarity)
        2. afdjhbn67
          afdjhbn67 29 July 2015 12: 21
          +4
          well, our liberalists at the Americans ...
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        4. Aleksander
          Aleksander 29 July 2015 12: 51
          +12
          "It's rare when Muscovites manage to suck on sweets.

          But the Americans and Europeans are so sweet. often. So, anyway, said the Polish Foreign Minister yes
      4. jktu66
        jktu66 29 July 2015 15: 17
        +4
        Only one question arises: where does the gas from "European neighbors come from ?!
        Psaka said that gas through the pipe comes from Europe to Russia, and Nick confirmed this, so they are friend of friend on Facebook and confirm smile
      5. Kostyar
        Kostyar 29 July 2015 16: 29
        +12
        in Russia! -Everyone despise a little bit of red! except liberalists.

        In Russia, everyone is surprised, I would even say indignant on what basis this creature ...... !!! Still walks the earth ...?!
        1. stavr550
          stavr550 29 July 2015 20: 17
          +2
          say rusty freemason
        2. dvg79
          dvg79 30 July 2015 04: 50
          +3
          I think if you declare the redhead publicly executed and sell tickets for this business, you can cover the budget deficit. laughing
        3. Humen
          Humen 30 July 2015 12: 20
          0
          Yes, let him go on, but in his beloved Europe or the USA. let him carry out the same reforms there, since they love him so much.
        4. Humen
          Humen 30 July 2015 12: 20
          0
          Yes, let him go on, but in his beloved Europe or the USA. let him carry out the same reforms there, since they love him so much.
      6. andrshipov
        andrshipov 30 July 2015 00: 06
        0
        If you look closely, it is a "Russian cockerel". Patriots however !!!
    2. ermolai
      ermolai 29 July 2015 11: 12
      +4
      Quote: atk44849
      They say Chubais invented nanoasphalt.

      Is it only possible to consider in a mega-microscope? And the payment for it is also nano?
      1. SRC P-15
        SRC P-15 29 July 2015 12: 09
        +10
        Moreover, Europe itself, albeit slowly, does a lot to diversify gas supplies. Therefore, Russia's prospects in the EU market are vague.

        Yeah, and the decision to build Nord Stream 2 is a diversification of gas supplies in Europe?
        And at the expense of Putin, gentlemen Europeans, we have a saying in Russia: "They do not seek from good, good!" Such a person may come to Putin's place that you will remember his reign with longing.
        1. Sergey Vl.
          Sergey Vl. 29 July 2015 15: 07
          +1
          There is such wisdom (verified by life):
          don’t need to blame your boss - the next one could be worse. (I’m about the President of the Russian Federation, not about nanotechnology)
    3. silver_roman
      silver_roman 29 July 2015 12: 51
      +5
      Quote: atk44849
      in Russia! -Everyone despise a little bit of red! except liberalists.

      this is a wonderful litmus test.
    4. v-sorok
      v-sorok 29 July 2015 16: 31
      +5
      I think they do not despise, but are frankly angry at him with terrible force !!
    5. forest park 86
      forest park 86 29 July 2015 16: 38
      +3
      But someone is behind him. I wonder who it is? In order to steal, one must have patrons, and very powerful ones.
    6. Camel
      Camel 29 July 2015 20: 52
      +1
      Now, it seems to me, even red cats are not called Chubais. The power of popular contempt will still prove itself. At his funeral, many will drink and dance! (C) And let's get him on a business trip to Odessa? There are now many of them wassat
      1. Kent0001
        Kent0001 29 July 2015 21: 25
        +2
        And I already wrote before: “Give Chubais Ukrainian citizenship”.
  2. Geosun
    Geosun 29 July 2015 09: 19
    +30
    How compassionate they are in the West, how poor they feel for us poor.
    It is only necessary to remove Putin and substitute their ass and then everyone will be happy.
    Do not wait!
    1. candy wrapper13
      candy wrapper13 29 July 2015 09: 31
      +6
      * It is only necessary to remove Putin and substitute them for the ass and then everyone will be happy. *-a naive am -ALL Russian drown in the Barents Sea yes here * then everyone will be happy *. fellow even the State Department will approve fellow fellow fellow
  3. candy wrapper13
    candy wrapper13 29 July 2015 09: 21
    +16
    the redhead has long been on the bunk * asks * for nothing whether his environment from the Russian Federation * is leaking *
    positive -
    On July 28, the Prosecutor General’s Office recognized the activities of the “National Endowment for Democracy” as threatening the constitutional order, defense capability and security of Russia
    Washington, July 29, 2015, 03:58 - The US State Department is “deeply concerned” about the decision of the Russian authorities to recognize the National Endowment for Democracy as an organization whose activities are undesirable in Russia. This is stated in the commentary circulated by the press service of the American Foreign Ministry,
    “This definition only reinforces our concern that the law on so-called undesirable organizations will further limit the activities of civil society in Russia,” the US State Department said.
    1. Severomor
      Severomor 29 July 2015 09: 30
      +4
      If
      Quote: Fantik13
      US State Department "deeply concerned"
      , then everything is done correctly. It remains to "deeply concern" about the priority of state law over international law (following the example of YuSeyev).
      Just do not forget:
      Build - Oligarchic Capitalism!
      For the sake of 300% profit, the capitalist goes for any crime!
      1. jktu66
        jktu66 29 July 2015 15: 25
        0
        For the sake of 300% profit, the capitalist goes for any crime!
        If you recall Savva Morozov, so in Russia he supported extremists for free with money laughing
        1. Tatyana
          Tatyana 29 July 2015 17: 33
          +1
          Quote: jktu66
          For the sake of 300% profit, the capitalist goes for any crime!
          If you recall Savva Morozov, so in Russia he supported extremists for free with money laughing

          They then killed him! Before his death, he began to refuse to give them money.
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    2. sherp2015
      sherp2015 29 July 2015 11: 36
      +3
      Quote: Fantik13
      the redhead has long been on the bunk * asks * for nothing whether his environment from the Russian Federation * is leaking *
      positive -


      We must not allow this red-haired "architect" to escape from the country like many of his associates in the destruction of the USSR-Russia ...
  4. SibSlavRus
    SibSlavRus 29 July 2015 09: 22
    +19
    It is you foes who need "great changes", but we need Great Russia (as PA Stolypin used to say). What would Russia-Russia be called great!
    The word "liberal" evokes nothing but a persistent feeling of disgust among the Russian population. It's time to remember.
    1. Stanislas
      Stanislas 29 July 2015 10: 12
      +2
      Quote: SibSlavRus
      The word "liberal" evokes nothing but a persistent feeling of disgust among the Russian population.
      And that's bad. The language is littered - the ability to comprehend what is happening decreases. The word "liberal" is normal when liberals criticize, make people think, but do not meddle in government bodies. The state is an apparatus for coercion, and if you are a liberal in terms of your attitude and convictions, then it should be unnatural for you to coerce others. They can only break and spoil the state apparatus, being inside it, that is, create anarchy and social chaos in their area of ​​responsibility. As an opposition independent of the bureaucratic hierarchy, they have the right to exist and can benefit the country.
      1. Varyag_1973
        Varyag_1973 29 July 2015 10: 38
        +18
        For Stanislav. Give at least one example when liberals have benefited the country ?!

        Liberalism is the poison that came to us from the West! This is an ever-decaying ulcer on the body of the state! Liberalism has not brought anything good to any state!
        1. Stanislas
          Stanislas 29 July 2015 10: 54
          +2
          Quote: Varyag_1973
          Give at least one example when liberals have benefited the country ?!
          For example, the liberal Herzen, criticizing the Russian autocracy for transferring the worst forms of enslavement of people from the West to Russia. How did it benefit the country? I think that people with the flag of the USSR do not need to prove that the people in the USSR lived freer than in tsarist Russia, and his words were good for the country. But the Decembrists should not have "woken up" him (Herzen), and without them they would have "woken up"; it would be better if they served faithfully the Tsar and the Fatherland, this is more of a use.
          1. Varyag_1973
            Varyag_1973 29 July 2015 11: 24
            +7
            For Stanislav. That is, in your opinion, liberal Herzen criticizing Russian autocracyis this the most important achievement of Russian liberalism ?! You yourself understand that the liberals have nothing more to offer except "criticism", and in fact empty chatter and muddying everything Russian ?!

            Criticizing Russia is always easy, you don’t need to have a special mind, but there’s no real thing to do, it’s not about us! Moreover, there is something to criticize for! I also criticize a lot in our country and in our government, but I will give in the face to anyone who says that I am a liberal! As they say criticize, do not toss the bags!
            1. Stanislas
              Stanislas 29 July 2015 11: 35
              0
              Quote: Varyag_1973
              who will say that I am a liberal! As they say criticize, do not toss the bags!
              No one claims that only liberals can criticize. But to criticize the authorities for everything that deprives people of their rights and freedoms in favor of wealthy merchants, local officials and the ruling elite of society is necessary. It’s also necessary to hold the answer for your words, without this a liberal, maybe not a liberal, but simply пиhomosexual or hired by the CIA, which is used from outside to change power. A liberal is a position, not a self-name.
              1. Varyag_1973
                Varyag_1973 29 July 2015 12: 07
                +5
                For Stanislav. At the risk of running into a ban, I repeat to you once again: ** livecriticize, do not toss the bags!

                But I generally liked it:
                "But it is necessary to criticize the authorities for everything that deprives the people of rights and freedom in favor of rich traders, local officials and the ruling elite of society."
                Don't remind me, dear, WHO brought all this shit * mo from the West to our country in the 90s ?! Who imposed on us the system of Western "values" and the "liberal model of the economy" ?! Who did the Gaidars, Chubais, Sobchaks and other evil spirits call themselves ?! Whose legacy are we now unraveling ?!

                P.S. I don’t know about you, but I don’t want to live in a country where “freedom” is considered:
                - dancing distraught vaginas in the temple;
                - where homosexuals consider themselves a "superior" race and plant their "religion" on all normal people;
                - where the daughters of the main liberals, Sobchak and Gaidar, pour mud on their country and people;
                - and much more...!

                And mind you, they are all "intellectuals" and "liberals" !!!
                1. Stanislas
                  Stanislas 29 July 2015 12: 16
                  -2
                  Quote: Varyag_1973
                  they are all "intellectuals" and "liberals"!
                  I repeat for the "especially attentive": a liberal is a position, not a self-name. You do not recognize everyone who calls themselves "patriots" as such? Why do you have a different attitude to the self-name "liberal"? Be consistent and you will succeed. smile
              2. v-sorok
                v-sorok 29 July 2015 16: 37
                -1
                I see liberals as "very poor" people (financially). So how do they care about the welfare of the people and the improvement of their lives? Big question! ???
          2. Stanislas
            Stanislas 29 July 2015 11: 26
            -1
            You would at least object, minusers. sad
            1. Varyag_1973
              Varyag_1973 29 July 2015 11: 34
              0
              For Stanislav. I didn’t put you cons, but read the objections above!
              1. Stanislas
                Stanislas 29 July 2015 11: 46
                0
                Quote: Varyag_1973
                I didn’t put you cons, but read the objections above!
                This is for new objections, if any, and your arguments are easy to beat (see above) smile
                1. Varyag_1973
                  Varyag_1973 29 July 2015 12: 12
                  0
                  What is this, you "easily" beat my arguments ?!

                  P.S. And you yourself, will not be an liberal from the hour ?!
                  1. Stanislas
                    Stanislas 29 July 2015 12: 32
                    +1
                    Quote: Varyag_1973
                    And you yourself, will not be an liberal from the hour ?!
                    I will be one of those who in my youth was a liberal, and in maturity became a conservative. And not "an hour" but in life. So what? Did any of the sane conservatives tell you that liberals are not needed in the country at all, or have they themselves "thought of this"?
            2. kolobok63
              kolobok63 29 July 2015 12: 04
              0
              I even put +, but only for your beliefs. So I am opposed to your theory! hi
          3. dmb
            dmb 29 July 2015 11: 27
            +1
            A curious look at the Decembrists. It turns out Herzen did not try for the sake of the Fatherland. I can assume that you are talking about the Oath, but at the time of the uprising they didn’t bring it to Nikolai. Considering that the purpose of their Societies was precisely the elimination of serfdom, and you acknowledge the benefit of this, the Decembrists can be condemned only for indecision leading to defeat.
            1. Stanislas
              Stanislas 29 July 2015 11: 56
              +1
              Quote: dmb
              to condemn the Decembrists is possible only for the indecision leading to defeat.
              They did not take the oath of allegiance to the new king, but the Fatherland remained the same. This time. Everyone benefits the country at its place of service to it, and not through state conspiracies and unrest. These are two. The conclusion about the Decembrist uprising and its prospects even Lenin made only in favor of Herzen.
              PS And about the fact that "Herzen did not try for the sake of the Fatherland" is somewhat unexpected and not at all clear. He wrote that he would have woken up without the Decembrists.
              1. dmb
                dmb 29 July 2015 12: 14
                +3
                But were the Decembrists "agents of the State Department", this is about the Fatherland. Lenin does not say anywhere that they are bad, and Herzen is good. Lenin in his article actually says that the idea of ​​a just society and the ways to achieve it does not arise out of nowhere and is not determined by the profession or class. At that time, given the literacy of the population of Russia, the peasant majority associated it exclusively with the "good tsar". The Decembrists (by the way, unlike a certain part of the commentators on the site) were nevertheless more literate and understood that there are no good kings. But they naturally did not intend to build socialism either.
                1. Stanislas
                  Stanislas 29 July 2015 12: 28
                  +1
                  Quote: dmb
                  Lenin never says that they are bad
                  "They are terribly far from the people. But they woke Herzen up, and Herzen started the revolution" - from the article "In Memory of Herzen" (1912) by V. I. Lenin. And you have the same question: where does Lenin say that "the idea of ​​a just society and the ways to achieve it does not arise from scratch and is not determined by the profession or class"? On the contrary, everywhere there is about class consciousness associated with class affiliation. Is this your interpretation of the phrase "The Decembrists woke Herzen"? This is about adequate and inadequate liberals. In other words, it was not the Decembrists who started the revolution, which led to the complete abolition of serfdom and estate privileges.
                  1. dmb
                    dmb 29 July 2015 13: 05
                    0
                    Well don't be literal. I think you don’t think that they looked at the house of the Herzen at night and pushed the sleeping child, rattling spurs. Yes, Lenin could not write that they come to the revolution solely on an estate-class basis, for he himself was known to be a nobleman, like the very same Herzen, Perovskaya and Kropotkin. By the way, I could not argue that the Decembrists began a revolution that led to the abolition of serfdom, if only because Radishchev was before them, and this law was canceled altogether during the reform.
  5. ArhipenkoAndrey
    ArhipenkoAndrey 29 July 2015 09: 23
    +22
    Taki Chubais has already been walking illegally for over 10 years, but one thing can be said about the American experts, because their solar americosia is spoiling us, and are they worrying about us? No, this is the height of cynicism, and yet in our country who is the initiator of the fall of the nat. currencies, after all, their own, but their own pre-American ministers led by Medvedev, I remember how the industrialists persuaded Putin to lower the ruble to the dollar - the bastards - promised a price reduction, but it turned out the other way around, and after all they would be the first to yell so that the people would take to the streets against the president. It would be time for the supreme government to clean up and disperse the Duma, as it could not cope, so much savings will come to you.
    1. forest park 86
      forest park 86 29 July 2015 16: 44
      0
      Chubais lives illegally
  6. HAM
    HAM 29 July 2015 09: 25
    +16
    In the photo, did Tolik come to his wake?
  7. Tusv
    Tusv 29 July 2015 09: 26
    +4
    The Russian economy is torn to shreds. Second take
  8. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 29 July 2015 09: 26
    +7
    This is not the first time that the West has buried Russia and is talking about a change of power. The situation, of course, is difficult for Russia, but not fatal, as the United States would not like. And about Chubais worried in vain. He has been free for over ten years, so they should even say thank you.
  9. Anatole Klim
    Anatole Klim 29 July 2015 09: 30
    +14
    They say Chubais invented nanoasphalt. Why don't they write about it in the New York Times?

    Well, unless they write about Chubais in the New York Times, he is a Democrat and an innocent victim of security officials. wink

    In 2009, by order of Chubais and Melamed, Rusnano entered into an investment agreement with the one-day OOO GK Novy Kauchuk for the development of nanoasphalt for 1,3 billion rubles. Most of this money was lost, and Novy Kauchuk went bankrupt.
    Rusnano ordered an "innovative development" for the production of Unirem pavement - the whole "innovativeness" of the pavement consisted in adding a coating of crushed car tires, which was used in Soviet times.
    The legal entity, the application of which was approved by Rusnano, was a one-day company registered in a private apartment and had no authorized capital. Http://www.pravda.ru/news/accidents/factor/crime/27-07-2015/ 126


    8574-rosnano-0 /
    1. ArhipenkoAndrey
      ArhipenkoAndrey 29 July 2015 10: 09
      +7
      But no one looked at how much really invented it was sold, sold by Chubais abroad, technology, brains in the form of young, budding scientists - you can’t count it with any money, and again he is white and fluffy, actually a victim.
    2. veksha50
      veksha50 29 July 2015 10: 26
      +11
      Quote: Anatol Klim
      They say Chubais invented nanoasphalt.


      In our town, almost all of the red cats are called Chubais ... And all of them, surprisingly - fat, lazy, arrogant, and most importantly - thieving ...

      PSHow do you call a ship - will it sail ??? Or is this suit so influential ???
      1. zubkoff46
        zubkoff46 29 July 2015 13: 27
        +1
        There is such a cat. True, his name is Timothy. Thief and arrogant.
    3. sherp2015
      sherp2015 29 July 2015 11: 41
      +2
      Quote: Anatol Klim
      The legal entity, the application of which was approved by Rusnano, was a one-day company registered in a private apartment and had no authorized capital. Http://www.pravda.ru/news/accidents/factor/crime/27-07-2015/ 126


      Well, crime is already there! It’s time for Tolyan to take sorry for an egg, for an udder!
    4. Stanislas
      Stanislas 29 July 2015 20: 23
      +1
      Quote: Anatol Klim
      They say Chubais invented nanoasphalt.
      This is when little asphalt, but the road-ravine ...
  10. smith7
    smith7 29 July 2015 09: 30
    +13
    Personally, the prices for gasoline get me the most (not so much "at the limit"). Against the background of "falling oil" it looks absurd, but on the other hand, oil is tied to the dollar, and how to count it now? As for the rest ... I don't use jamon and Parmesan every day and don't stock up on office equipment on an industrial scale, like most. The Central Bank's credit rate does not look like a threatening sign in the eyes of the masses (but in vain). I think you shouldn't panic, but the trend is not very pleasant. Here Western journalists noticed correctly, but the colors, of course, thickened ... Rusnano's problems? What is it like...? Chubais? Well, he is a radish, he has long been enrolled in the bad guy ... He lives, he is well, he probably works somehow ... Well, not all at once! "Moscow was not built in a day!" Every dog ​​has his day! Do not lower your hands drinks
  11. Uzzy
    Uzzy 29 July 2015 09: 33
    +1
    Again hysterical ...
    1. RU-Officer
      RU-Officer 29 July 2015 11: 12
      +6
      Poor, poor Gazprom ... crying Netuti forces look at such suffering wassat
      Read about gasified Russia, at least here is a popular one (found offhand): belay http://www.yaplakal.com/forum14/topic798696.html
      What, in my country there is nothing to do? !! ... !!! ??? "" "%%% *** №№№ - grow up! .. fool
      1. zubkoff46
        zubkoff46 29 July 2015 13: 33
        +4
        It is interesting, and how did the Soviet Union exist when the cost of gas for the population, gasoline and electricity was a mere penny? People did not rob. Do not believe me, there were no gas meters, as well as water meters. I remember how inconvenient it was to bring a certificate to the housekeeping office once a year stating that I was in the service and to me, on the basis of a decision of the Council of People's Commissars of 1937, from the same kopeks, 50 percent discounts on communal apartments were still put.
  12. Denis
    Denis 29 July 2015 09: 42
    +23
    And how saddened we are that this thief is oppressed, and it’s time to hang
    1. meriem1
      meriem1 29 July 2015 14: 04
      0
      Storytellers will blow in the ears as much as possible. Sorrow is really real. It’s high time to crush the cockroach ... along with Borov to the article. It’s time for them to go to the dustbin of history, following Lerochka Novodvorskaya. It should stink of rot in one place and away from Us.
  13. Lukerya Weaver
    Lukerya Weaver 29 July 2015 09: 55
    +5
    Yes, so he died, this Chubais! In prison, they have long been putting him absenteeism.
  14. MolGro
    MolGro 29 July 2015 09: 55
    +18
    Tolerance of liberalism in a more understandable language!
    Drive them all for a long time already!
  15. Vovan 73
    Vovan 73 29 July 2015 09: 56
    +3
    Why worry about Chubais? sooner or later but ... he would be hanged anyway. Of course it’s better before .... it hurts less
    1. veksha50
      veksha50 29 July 2015 10: 29
      +5
      Quote: Vovan 73
      Why worry about Chubais? sooner or later but ... he would be hanged anyway.



      Well yes, yes ... wait ...

      It would sound much more convincing: sooner or later he would die anyway ... and then our grandchildren and great-grandchildren would rejoice ... because we might not wait ...
  16. inc88
    inc88 29 July 2015 10: 00
    +1
    Found someone to regret))). Let them deal with their problems. If they need it, then we can also feel sorry for them: oh poor ones, and the country will not come out of the crisis in any way, and the enemies are waiting for you around the corner, and China is scaring you, and Korea is scaring you, and the Islamic state cannot defeat succeeds, but the president is generally African-American! Poor guys, in general.
  17. veksha50
    veksha50 29 July 2015 10: 19
    +15
    "d) the Russian bureaucracy is unable to conduct liberal economic reforms "...

    I don’t agree ... The Russian bureaucracy is not able to carry out ANY economic reforms ... The Russian bureaucracy has long been UNABLE and for a long time UNABLE ... The Russian bureaucracy is impotent, able to only receive blessings, but not create them

    Here's what I agree with Western observers is that liberalism is diminishing in Russia ... at least, if not in Moscow, then in the regions ...

    Well, as for the prices ... I would have smashed my face for a photo and a caption under it: "Russian pensioners rarely suck on sweets," and I would have given this subscriber and photographer a suck ... a lollipop at a drunk monkey from the Moscow zoo. ..
    We in Russia have long been living in some kind of constant price movement and lack of success in our incomes, it has long been a normal occurrence ... And it’s ridiculous to intimidate the Russian people ...
    And with Chubais ... I really feel sorry ... It's a pity that he calmly lived to a serious age, not punched by anyone, not beaten, not killed ... And he continues to live and rob ...
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    2. 12423 student
      12423 student 29 July 2015 11: 07
      +2
      Quote: veksha50
      I would have smashed my face for a photo and a caption under it: "Russian pensioners rarely manage to suck on sweets",

      I would join!
  18. lunoxod
    lunoxod 29 July 2015 10: 19
    +3
    Chubais is a mishandled Cossack. And he sent the GDP. Fog and dust.
  19. wei
    wei 29 July 2015 10: 28
    +8
    until there is no retaliatory sanction, they will be mocked
    and we have many options
    If the automobile industry is in-law, then there are excellent prospects (shares are known to be bought on the decline)
    Western "partners" and Japanese "smokers" have built many factories, but things are not important there now, the introduction of customs sanctions on components will make factories unprofitable. We could buy out these enterprises for a gift (as a goodwill, paying them off with their own cars, which clog all salons and sedimentation tanks, this would reduce (stop their own production)
    at the factories to establish production of "Niv 4x4" for a reasonable 250, a kind of Ford T in Russian. Previous attempts, "bear" Berezovsky "E" Prokhorov were not crowned with success, but there is no need to stop God loves the Trinity, no need to do something new,
    make "Gazelle" for 350 you need to take the amount. The same for gasoline, even if the price is reduced by increasing the car, you can win back the benefit of cheap oil from the sea, asphalt as a by-product in some century (maybe) will help build normal roads.
    And now it turns out that the government, led by the Central Bank, is saving valbous speculators punishing respectable people in third just checking their faith, but screaming a wolf always fails ....
    1. olimpiada15
      olimpiada15 29 July 2015 11: 12
      +3
      Wei
      "And now it turns out that the government led by the Central Bank is saving currency speculators by punishing respectable people ..."
      Very accurate assessment good good good
  20. Good cat
    Good cat 29 July 2015 10: 30
    +4
    "The term" tolerance "has a medical origin and means the body's immunity to an antigen. (For example, an organism affected by metastases in the fourth stage of cancer is ideally tolerant)."
  21. parusnik
    parusnik 29 July 2015 10: 31
    +3
    ...... And - God bless you - do not read Western newspapers before dinner.
    1. Name
      Name 29 July 2015 12: 14
      +5
      Quote: parusnik
      . And - God bless you - do not read Western newspapers before dinner.

      And do not read ours either. Take care of your health. hi
  22. Good cat
    Good cat 29 July 2015 10: 38
    +2
    And yet, the redhead is directly sorry for the lack of strength.
  23. Zingvar
    Zingvar 29 July 2015 10: 41
    0
    Chubais offended the same. If offended I would have sat already.
  24. zoknyay82
    zoknyay82 29 July 2015 10: 59
    0
    Quote: Stanislav
    Quote: Varyag_1973
    Give at least one example when liberals have benefited the country ?!
    For example, the liberal Herzen, criticizing the Russian autocracy for transferring the worst forms of enslavement of people from the West to Russia. How did it benefit the country? I think that people with the flag of the USSR do not need to prove that the people in the USSR lived freer than in tsarist Russia, and his words were good for the country. But the Decembrists should not have "woken up" him (Herzen), and without them they would have "woken up"; it would be better if they served faithfully the Tsar and the Fatherland, this is more of a use.

    And you my friend liberal latent ali how?
  25. atamankko
    atamankko 29 July 2015 11: 09
    0
    And idiots believe.
  26. ioann1
    ioann1 29 July 2015 11: 10
    +1
    If you look more broadly, you can see not only Chubais and some ministers, but also many protectors for Russia among the business community. Here's how Deripaska blabbed. And what, someone still expects an improvement in the situation in the country with such "caring" but pessimistic uncles?


  27. sunzhenets
    sunzhenets 29 July 2015 11: 12
    +6
    Campaign against Chubais ... Yes, there would be a team "face" - would sit down quickly and for a long time. There is no political will, her mother.
    According to the journalist, Mr. Chubais “despises security officials”

    And why should not the red-haired man despise them - he has been twisting them for free for about 20 years.
    When I look at Chubais and Smerdyukov with similar characters, I also despise our law enforcement system.
  28. Vladimir1960
    Vladimir1960 29 July 2015 11: 21
    +1
    They have already sold the Opel to us.
    Quote: wei
    If the automobile industry is in-law, then there are excellent prospects (shares are known to be bought on the decline)
    Western "partners" and Japanese "smokers" have built many factories, but things are not important there now, the introduction of customs sanctions on components will make factories unprofitable. We could buy these businesses for a gift
  29. olimpiada15
    olimpiada15 29 July 2015 11: 27
    +3
    The cynicism of the assessment of what is happening in Russia is just off scale.
    The Russians have problems created with the active participation of the states and the West, while they grieve that the people of the country feel bad and are advised to continue the deterioration. "liberal" reforms, imposed by the West, in fact, are never such, for this is a mechanism for suppressing some (the people) at the expense of the freedom of others.
    Chubais just laughed at the photo, there are no people there, one press removes one gnarly mug that at heart rejoices that it wasn’t used for provocation, but maybe he picked up the candidacy.
  30. Name
    Name 29 July 2015 11: 31
    0
    "... Chubais invented nanoasphalt." and judging by himself there and rolled up, along with his fellow tribesmen. In advance. Getting ready. Good for.
  31. Londa
    Londa 29 July 2015 11: 41
    +1
    I will never forget how this redhead said that we should focus on young people, and people after 40 in general only have a burden (((
  32. Maslenica
    Maslenica 29 July 2015 11: 46
    +1
    I will not forget ChubVoucher, and Privatization of the country. Looted, climbed into princes, destroyed and created nothing. All that is in the country is Despite the efforts of any
    ov, nevertheless unexpectedly created.
  33. SVD
    SVD 29 July 2015 12: 17
    +1
    "It's rare when Muscovites manage to suck on sweets."
    More often it is necessary to be content with salty - caviar for example. yes
  34. Wolka
    Wolka 29 July 2015 12: 24
    +1
    I also don’t like Chubais, and not even for his face, but he is an extraordinary figure, a fact, otherwise he would have been rolled into asphalt a long time ago, you see, they’ll study him in textbooks, he’s not Lenin, of course, but a dark horse in political and economic life of modern Russia ...
    1. padded jacket
      padded jacket 29 July 2015 13: 13
      +2
      What we now find ourselves in is the work of "reformers" such as Chubais, Gaidar, Abramovich, Berezovsky and the companies that plundered the Soviet Union and Russia during the reign of this gang, we lost 40% of industrial production, "lost" 10 million of the population, 5 million children became street children.
      For example, we reached life expectancy of 71 years in 1985, that is, 30 years ago, and only now have we returned to this indicator.
      This gang not only destroyed our country and plunged the population into poverty, it deliberately unleashed wars and conflicts around the entire perimeter of our country to get its 30 pieces of silver, and in it itself, striving to plunge us into chaos. Now almost all of this criminal gang lives with their "masters" in the United States and Israel.
      And today they seek to harm us by any means, but already in Ukraine, where the agents of the Mossad and the CIA, in conjunction with local fascists, seek to destroy all those who disagree with them.
    2. sellrub
      sellrub 30 July 2015 02: 21
      0
      You're right. The unsinkability of Chubais is AMAZING!
  35. Stalnov I.P.
    Stalnov I.P. 29 July 2015 13: 03
    +1
    The article is so-so, one of the ordinary opuses of political whores who licked the entire ass of the American-European pido-and, only one thing and what they are right about is the economic situation of the country, let's honestly say internal politics, in particular the economy, personnel, ideology, the power stupidly and mediocre , so they poke us with this failure and not only poke, but also impose sanctions. Let's recall the beginning of the 2000s, not talking about 90, well, what about drunk talking, many normal specialists, economists, analysts said that we need to develop our own economy in a complex, INDUSTRY, finance, the banking sector, create comfortable conditions for business , especially small and medium-sized ones, to put things in order in the judicial system, law enforcement agencies, because nothing has been done. Thanks to the stupidity, mediocrity, and in some cases the criminal activity of the authorities, sanctions, a collapse of the ruble, inflation, unemployment became possible, it is a shame to say in our country, according to statistics, 22,9 million RUSSIAN CITIZENS live below the poverty line, this is in a country with almost 40% of the world's natural resources. The authorities created COMMUNISM for a certain handful of people, and the whole brunt of the hardships received by the country from such a mediocre government again fell on the shoulders of the common people, so we are poked by "rotten Western gentlemen". And our actions, back two lawyers talk a lot, conduct the same rotten liberal policy and cannot offer anything new, progressive, a complete lack of strategic thinking, planning and political will, and we are not tired of listening to all this, I am tired of all their delusional ideas and appeals I do not believe.
  36. runway
    runway 29 July 2015 13: 12
    +2
    The position of the author himself on excerpts from Western newspapers published by him is not clear.
    If the author is against their conclusions, then where is his objection?
    It turns out I agree.
    And where to argue against the facts, that’s why you have to get it from Chubais’s closet .....
    Americans are saddened by the poverty of the Russian people ....
    AND OUR GOVERNMENT IS THERE, NOW, NOT SORRY! It believes that our people have too many social benefits (which, incidentally, were protected from inflation). These benefits, won by our previous generations, the current leaders of the leadership already deprive us. Do you still don’t think so?
    Then look, is the welfare of our people increasing? Is free health care, education and study becoming more accessible? Whose rights are protected by the current power of the worker, or industrialist? If a worker, then why in a crisis! Only the income of oligarchs is growing?
    The current leaders from all the media conjure: "Gazprom is a national treasure."
    Lies! For example, in the United Arab Emirates, and in some countries of the Middle East, revenues from the production and sale of hydrocarbons are distributed among the entire population of the country. There, indeed, oil companies are a national treasure.
    In our country, this is a very large feeding trough for those who have completely lost their conscience unscrupulously overweight redheads ....
  37. Yugra
    Yugra 29 July 2015 13: 38
    +1
    Bullshit and cheap mattress propaganda. It's funny to read. And no one said that surrounded by enemies and sanctions it would be easy to get to their feet. Everything will be fine, guys ...
  38. Tishka
    Tishka 29 July 2015 14: 06
    +1
    It’s just that the government’s not well thought out policy has led to such a result! the habit of sitting on an oil pipe, which brings the main income to the treasury, and the ability to buy everything for oil dollars, led to the collapse of the country's economy! it is precisely that the government’s fear of changing something has plunged the country into the abyss of crisis! The decline in oil prices and gas consumption could be compensated by the construction of their own oil refineries, because 30 percent of gasoline is purchased in Belarus! 50 percent of the territory of Russia, is not gasified, or only dollars and euros are seduced, and they just decided to bury their ruble? introducing the embargo, it was necessary to think over what will be replaced by those falling under the pre products, did anyone do this? On the contrary, fishing licenses are sold to anyone, for Western papers, but not to domestic fishermen! Using the sanctions introduced, it was necessary to build factories and plants, saturate the market with their products, create new jobs, but the government turned its attention to the Chinese Market instead of domestic goods! The Central Bank, too, chose an anti-people policy, tying the ruble to the dollar, maintaining high rates on the currency, it promotes price increases, domestically, without thinking that it is impossible to infinitely raise prices, in the end, with falling demand, due to high prices, people will stop buying it, which will lead to a halt in production, and as a result, to layoffs. This can lead to global dissatisfaction with voters, actions of the government and the Central Bank! The West can crucify itself arbitrarily about violations of the activities of individual organizations financed from abroad, aimed not at normalizing the situation in the country, but contributing to its destabilization, this should in no way lead to the fact that, on the advice of Western colleagues, they are not should be banned! If you recall the story, then all this fuss with Chubais, and the reform carried out under his leadership, led to the fact that the people are not happy with its results to this day, when factories and factories were sold to the right people, for mere pennies! So, in court. it already had to be given 10 times, and his further work, in nano-technologies, led to the waste of many billions of funds. not having an end result! And the government’s policy of attracting migrant workers, their former union republics, without controlling the number of emigrants, has led to a reduction in the blood pressure of the population’s income, and among ethnic hostility! So, the government, and the Central Bank. pursue a policy that is not aimed at supporting their people, improving living conditions and raising the country's economy, trying to keep it on the conditions of a raw materials appendage of Europe!
  39. Samors
    Samors 29 July 2015 14: 35
    0
    The main idea of ​​the article is that Putin is bad, go away ... It's not surprising that you really want it there in America or the West, but you also want to tear a piece fatter from our vast Motherland, because they have already sold and resold many times, many natural resources, etc. Only all this verbal diarrhea can be infinitely disputed, and it will fit only for foolish foreigners, because all other foreign citizens are well aware of what the author of this article is inclined to. The conclusion is very weak, unreasonable, far-fetched, which means it’s rather not an attempt to analyze the situation in Russia, but the ordered reportage from the scene
    1. padded jacket
      padded jacket 29 July 2015 15: 01
      +1
      The theft of the USSR / Russia was laid down even under Gorbachev and then continued under Yeltsin by the same Chubais who had gathered under his wing a gang of associates.
      Apparently, Putin cannot "let go" Chubais from Russia, he knows too much, and he will simply flood our country with "mud" (and they know how to "lie" masterly, look, for example, at the representatives of his people here on our website, for example - atalef) and it is "cheaper" to give him an honorary position and keep him with you. Even making him "silent forever" is not an option. The West will raise such a howl that "the death of the brave" fell during a fierce struggle with the Russian government, a bright representative of democracy and opposition in Putin's Russia lol
      In short, Putin has a difficult task, and it seems to me that he is coping with it, by and large.
      How Boris Yeltsin and his American advisers destroyed Russia
      1. forest park 86
        forest park 86 29 July 2015 17: 21
        0
        They always stolen in Russia - probably the national flavor. But how they steal today - there are simply no words (Skolkovo, Vostochny, Rusnano, housing and communal services in general are a failed hole, for some reason missiles fall regularly). Russia is a rich country. - you do not plunder us, at least not so fast
    2. valerysvy
      valerysvy 30 July 2015 01: 22
      0
      It's funny ... someone wants to tear something from our vast Motherland? And HOMELAND is that? This is ours? Our gas, oil, etc.? I PERSONALLY have neither gas (I pay more for it than Americans at home), nor oil, gas, we simply Golden! Do you have them?
  40. Artem312
    Artem312 29 July 2015 18: 10
    0
    I wonder what you in the brain probably the same as that of a red bagel
  41. Andrei from Chelyabinsk
    Andrei from Chelyabinsk 29 July 2015 18: 55
    0
    But Gazprom gives 10 percent of Russia's economic activity. Therefore, the problems of Gazprom are a disaster for the entire Russian economy.

    Here are some more indicators: the production of Gazprom fell by 12,9% in the first half of 2015 of the year (year on year). The Russian gas giant could get a total 106 billion in revenue this year. For comparison: in 2014, income was 146 billion dollars. Revenues are lower by almost a third, the journalist said.

    Journalists, they are such journalists ...
    We open ... yes it is not necessary specialized sources! We just climb into the wiki and read:
    Russian PPP GDP for 2014 amounted to $ 3745 billion

    The gross domestic product is the "economic activity of Russia". It turns out that in 2014 "our everything" Gazprom is not that 10%, it did not even reach 4% of the Russian economy.
    1. valerysvy
      valerysvy 30 July 2015 01: 20
      +1
      Quote: Andrey from Chelyabinsk
      The gross domestic product is the "economic activity of Russia" It turns out that in 2014 "our everything" Gazprom is not that 10%, it did not even reach 4% of the Russian economy

      Do not confuse "hypothetical GDP" and a real contribution to the Budget .... You sold me, I am someone else, he is someone else, and all of us, all these amounts have contributed to GDP .... This is all nonsense. .. to operate the GDP in a country where half of the population trades, and the other half protects ... Operate with real money-contribution to the country's budget .... Gazprom, by the way, gives a minuscule amount, but after the oil industry and customs it is the third "resident" in the transfer real funds to the country's budget ... Another thing is that the management of this JSC is awful (as elsewhere in the country) ... and Gazprom has simply fantastic debts ...
      1. Andrei from Chelyabinsk
        Andrei from Chelyabinsk 30 July 2015 19: 38
        0
        Quote: valerysvy
        Do not confuse "hypothetical GDP" and real contribution to the Budget

        written
        But Gazprom gives 10 percent of Russia's economic activity.

        Where did you see the budget here? Do you really understand the difference between the state budget and the country's economy?
        Quote: valerysvy
        .You sold me, I told someone else, he told someone else, and we all, all of these amounts have contributed to GDP .... This is all bullshit ...

        You first learn at least how GDP is considered. I will not send you to economic literature, take a look at least the wiki, by the way, it is written quite understandably there.
        GDP = National income + depreciation + indirect taxes - subsidies - net factor income from abroad (BHF) (or + net factor income of foreigners working in the country (BHF)), where:
        National income = wages + rents + interest payments + corporate profits
        Thus, you can sell the same thing 100500 times, but these resales are not taken into account in GDP :)))
        The rest ... the rest, alas, cannot be commented on without tears.
        Sorry.
  42. tanit
    tanit 29 July 2015 19: 14
    0
    What year is the song anyone guessing? I don’t ask about the author anymore ... So, not the topic, but ...

    Lyrics:

    It hurts me to look at you, Russia,
    Bogged down in lies and corruption
    In the high chairs, the careerists sat down,
    Follow anti-popular instructions.
    What the post-war generation did to you
    Bourgeois in the silence of classrooms?
    And what remains of Lenin today,
    Besides slogans and portraits?

    Russia! Is that you?
    Russia! Where is your faith?
    Russia! Is that you?
    Does the highest measure threaten you?
    Russia!

    Police are on sale, love is on sale
    Posters on the street do not warm from the cold,
    In sugary luxury, the elite bathes,
    And you lose weight from hunger in cities.
    Bribes in hospitals, in the Komsomol - majors,
    Baiting poets, industrial mafia,
    Fascists from Lyubertsy and prostitutes,
    Is this really your epitaph?

    Russia! Is that you?
    Russia! Where is your faith?
    Russia! Is that you?
    Does the highest measure threaten you?
    Russia!
    Russia!

    They corrected textbooks, striking out defeats,
    Raising a generation in heartlessness and dullness,
    And now allowing ephemeral insight,
    For forty years they signed in cowardice.
    And we didn’t take off our soldiers’ overcoats,
    And you were waiting for us, like a wife and girlfriend,
    But before Hitler, without kneeling,
    Now you are dying of degradation of spirit.

    Russia! Is that you?
    Russia! Where is your faith?
    Russia! Is that you?
    Does the highest measure threaten you?
    Russia!
    Russia!
    Russia!
    Russia!
  43. Navy7981
    Navy7981 29 July 2015 19: 30
    +1
    They write for themselves, not for us. Of course, these are not simple times now, but not ... well, as they say. It’s like they’re all covered in chocolate! You read them and ask yourself a question - why am I still alive?
  44. shadow
    shadow 29 July 2015 19: 52
    0
    They write and say a lot of things. But just not always true. Small oil prices, this is interesting. How many western companies go bankrupt?
  45. Kidey
    Kidey 29 July 2015 20: 44
    0
    hello)) I have not read the comments yet, maybe this saffron mushroom has been holding power for so long that he has compromising power ((((in case of an accident, they will open his will) IMHO I would have been together with EBN or Gaidar for a long time, I think
  46. Kot58
    Kot58 29 July 2015 20: 45
    +1
    It is clear that demand for gas has fallen. A can of Russian gas for a portable tourist stove last year cost 55-60 rubles., And this 110 rubles. Or am I confusing something and this gas from the USA with the Russian barcode ???
  47. Vitale
    Vitale 29 July 2015 22: 24
    0
    Let America be saddened by the millions of fellow citizens who receive food on coupons, shot by cops of niggas and down president, who is stirring up war around the world.
    1. valerysvy
      valerysvy 30 July 2015 00: 38
      +1
      About "food on coupons" - just for information - stupid Americans have the concept of "normal nutrition" and it is for this food (meat and fish, etc.) that stupid Americans give coupons - they care about their population ... that our population (tens of millions) is eating it for you and patriots do not care? Wonderful!!!!!!!!!!!
      Regarding the "niggas shot by the cops" - you also about their shooting (all the stupid s are armed) tell laughing Soon, probably they will shoot themselves? What passions laughing Only study the official Old - we have premeditated killings per 100t. the population is 2 times more than that of American freaks .... in jokes, with hammers, we can mug each other laughing
      In short, yes, we ourselves are a spiritual and fucking country laughing
  48. valerysvy
    valerysvy 30 July 2015 00: 33
    +1
    Super Patriotic article! The ingenious Patriot wrote! "America is saddened" laughing But our ingenious "Patriots" are not saddened by anything ... their Ass is warm and satiated, and they don't give a shit about the Russian people ... Don't give a damn about the fact that the social network is shrinking, hospital beds are "cut", there are reductions in salary everywhere .... work only for a penny ... and in many places it is not at all ... but our Idioto-Patriots do not give a damn about that .... We have a country of hucksters and security guards ..... MAKE SLEEP!
  49. sagitch
    sagitch 30 July 2015 00: 42
    +2
    There is some truth in the article on the impoverishment of the people.
    Today I brought a girl, an orphan, (her mother died in childhood, her father did not appear, was brought up in an orphanage) and goes to look for a father whom she hasn’t seen since she’s been 12 years old (she’s already 15 years old!) Since she’s all shitty, she hasn’t any good work, but if there is then they pay pennies, or even they don’t pay at all! Sorry for the girl!
    And there are millions of such wretched people all over the country! Here's how to handle it?
  50. Horn
    Horn 30 July 2015 06: 00
    0
    So this ... The poverty of the people as BE is a direct consequence of the activities of the NOT oppressed Chubais. Or did I miss something in the era of privatization?