Everyone knows that the financial world is seething. Collapsing exchanges, indices, exchange rates and oil prices. Everyone knows - because of these Newsstarting with the next “black Monday”, do not dodge.
Everyone who is not lazy, also got acquainted with the comments of the expert-media community - in a wide range from gloatingly-triumphant “and we warned!” To gloatingly-triumphant “this is what they, bourgeois, should be.” And we got acquainted with the views on the harvest - in a no less wide range from “we will all die” to “the ruble will soar.” Everyone who is not lazy, familiarized - because of the hubbub of experts, too, do not dodge.
Thus, dear readers, any of you know about the “global financial” tsunami at least as much as me, or even more. Therefore, today there is no point in talking about the ups and downs of this new adventure, as well as its secret background and everyday consequences.
We'll have to confine banality.
“... If a socialist country binds its currency to a capitalist currency, then it is necessary to forget about the independent stable financial and economic system of the social-country” (J. V. Stalin).
For accuracy, you can replace the definition of “socialist country” by “sovereign country” - however, when translated from the relevance of the last century, these will be synonymous words. And, in fact, this is practically all that is sufficient to understand in assessing the current reality.
And also from the same commentator: “Industrialization has as its task not only to lead our national economy as a whole to an increase in the share of industry in it, but it also has the task to ensure our development in this development surrounded by capitalist states , economic independence, to protect it from becoming an appendage of world capitalism. A country of the dictatorship of the proletariat, which is in a capitalist environment, cannot remain economically independent if it does not manufacture tools and means of production at home, if it is stuck at the stage of development where it has to keep the national economy on a leash of capitalist developed countries producing and exporting tools and means of production. To be stuck at this stage is to surrender to the subordination of world capital. ” (Here, too, change the words to actual synonyms - and at least now to the Kremlin’s rostrum).
Or, to put it simply: “... How does a state get richer and why it does not need gold when it has a simple product” (there was also such a media expert, you know who).
This is about the question of where the “independent stable financial and economic system” and the economic sovereignty itself come from — we know that the one does not exist without the other.
And if someone will tell you about the “post-industrial world” and nod at his blessed America as a prophet who allegedly “got rid of” the “antediluvian industry”, then you do not believe. And better google something informative about US industrial performance.
Maybe our “overseas partners” have gone too far in their efforts with “post-industrial” and “withdrawal of production”; maybe they overdone the trochs with the religion of the dollar and consumption, so their concerns, not ours. However, it must be understood that the world hegemony of the sole superpower, as well as the hegemony of its dollar, rests on its industrial power (including the scientific and technological component). Well, even on the military - this is so, by the way. So, after all, there is no place for military power without economic and scientific-technical means — this is also a word.
And nowhere, this power, did not disappear - even being geographically in the Asian provinces of a global financial and economic empire. Well, this is how our “overseas partners” understand their sovereign sovereignty - and this is again not our concern, as they will get out with such sovereignty.
The most amazing thing, however, is that all of the above is commonplace not only objectively (because it is), but also subjectively - because Comrade asserts this in various ways. Putin Now it’s about the inefficiency of the raw material model, then about “diversification”, then about “import substitution”, or even about the “new industrialization”. And the current prime minister has the word “innovation” almost as opposed to “the glory of the CPSU”.
So here. I do not really understand why today, having “sanctions” as an euphemism of cold-economic war, a “financial tsunami”, a world order crisis in general, today, we say words about the “ruble exchange rate” and some “business climates”, and we are not participating together in the implementation of a civilizational project like the Five-Year Plan, from which everything else is just derivatives?