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Tactics against strategy

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Tactics against strategyThe prospects for the foreign policy of the Russian Federation run into internal problems.


This year the Valdai Forum was dedicated to the problems of war and peace. Having repulsed from the fight against terrorism in Syria, Russian and foreign political scientists, meeting with key Russian politicians, reflected on the patterns and profound changes in world politics.

However, foreign policy is just a continuation of domestic policy. It cannot be analyzed, in particular, without studying the socio-economic policy of the country, which creates the human, cultural and economic basis for its actions in the international arena.

Therefore, V.Putin, speaking at the Valdai Forum, spoke about social and economic issues.

In an extremely clear and capacious form, he expressed an accurate understanding of the strategic patterns of the modern world: technology, integration, culture.

"Shadow, know your place!"

First of all, the President of Russia emphasized the fundamental importance of the transition to a new technological order: he pointed out that "everything is based on" not just an abstract "economic growth", but precisely its development "on a new technological basis."

Probably, foreseeing the division of global markets into macroregions already beginning with the signing of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, Vladimir Putin stressed that for Russia "the future is ... certainly in the development of relations with our ... closest neighbors, partners and allies in organizations like Eurasian Economic Union, CSTO (Collective Security Treaty Organization); with such neighbors as the People's Republic of China; of course, with such a great country as India. " It is quite characteristic that the president of Russia said about the development of relations with the leading European economic war against Russia in a ritual order, already completing the transfer, and about the United States with a characteristic clause "if, of course, our partners want it," he mentioned it at the very last moment after the Islamic world.

This is a qualitatively new coordinate system for the entire Russian elite, which until recently was divided into blindly obeying the West and being trained by its junior managers, on the one hand, and wanting to cooperate with it relatively equally, but at any cost, even forcibly, even in spite of self-interest, on the other.

In a simple order of listing, the Russian president distinctly said: "Shadow, know your place," not only to the West as such (while expressing a relatively strong interest in Europe), but also to its agents in the Russian political class.

Calling Russia's advantage a high proportion of the Muslim population, thanks to which "we can be a link between many of our partners and the Islamic world," the Russian president emphasized the cultural factor that is crucial for modern development.

However, in contrast to the strategic factors of foreign policy, V. Putin’s description of its tactical factors, that is, socio-economic policy, made a frightening impression.

In captivity of 90's liberal raving

Quite rightly stating that not only Russia, but the whole world is experiencing an economic crisis, stressing the insignificant contribution to our difficulties of the credit and investment blockade of the West (abbreviated as “sanctions”), the president called “the most important factor” of our economic problems ”falling prices traditional goods ... export. "

This approach, popular in the liberal clan, ignores the fact that the devaluation of the ruble and the panic flight of private capital from Russia began in January 2014, when the oil price was more than $ 105 per barrel (and before the start of the sanctions).

The decline in the share of the oil and gas sector from 14 to 9% of GDP, cited as a sign of economic diversification, seemed to be due to the double reduction in the cost of oil. Comparison with the mono-industrial economies of Saudi Arabia and Venezuela, which are not claiming to diversify and are obviously not comparable with Russia in technological development, looked strange, giving the impression of deliberately discrediting the president by some part of his apparatus.

The statement “I consider the assertions of those ... specialists and members of the government, who believe that the peak of the crisis has been passed,” received a great response. Yes, the decline in GDP slowed down from 4,6% in August to 3,8% in September, in the third quarter for the first time in a long time, although small, but private capital inflows were recorded, inflation declined, and the federal budget that received additional revenues from inflation and devaluation in August and September reduced with a surplus (about which neither the Ministry of Finance nor the government of Medvedev as a whole seems to have been told to the president).

But the real causes of the crisis - corruption, monopoly, and the fundamental refusal of the liberal part of the government and the Bank of Russia to develop for the sake of encouraging speculators - killing the economy - have not disappeared.

The statistics of the fourth quarter will be better due to the “base effect”: in the third quarter, the crisis reality was compared with the relatively good situation of last year, and in the fourth quarter there will be a statistically more advantageous comparison of the crisis with the crisis.

But in December Russia will face the last peak in external debt payments - $ 24 billion, which is three times higher than the background level; the past, much smaller peak in payments led to the August devaluation of the ruble. Since the Bank of Russia will not spend its reserves (at least off the exchange or on agreed purchases within the exchange - this is contrary to liberal dogmas), we will face a new devaluation, and, accordingly, a surge in inflation, which is now moderated only by the poverty of Russians.

The fall in investment (and the bulk of the reduced imports is investment), living standards and current consumption (in September - by more than 10%) of Russians are just an external expression of the financial catastrophe on the brink of which the overly tough financial policy in the style of 90 -s. So, if in February-April 2015 the balanced financial result of Russian organizations (except for small businesses, banks, insurance companies and budgetary organizations) exceeded last year by 1,9-2,8 times, then in May it was lower than last year by 9,8 % - and this is in nominal terms, excluding the influence of inflation (not to mention the devaluation effect!) In June, the lag from last year was 20,0%, and in August the balanced financial result, which has been steadily decreasing since April, reached an insignificant 127,2 billion rubles - 8,2% of the maximum March result (1.547,1 billion). As a result, the lag from August 2014 was 4,4 times, which clearly reflects the stifling of the economy by an excessively tough financial policy and the transformation of Russia into a paradise for speculators under the pretext of fighting inflation.

The allocation of budget funds to "the most affected industries and construction" will not break the negative trends laid down by monetary policy, plunging Russia into the most severe "money hunger."

“Stabilization of the national currency” with the help of the Bank of Russia’s withdrawal from the foreign exchange market and the fundamental refusal of currency regulation stimulates speculators and is extremely unstable and temporary.

The literacy rate of liberal economists, in the spirit of which the president’s answer to the question on specific aspects of social and economic policy was sustained, shows that they don’t even know that the government’s foreign exchange reserves are part of Russia's international reserves reported by the Bank of Russia! As they said in 1997 about Yeltsin, "the president was set up again."

Judging by Vladimir Putin's speech, macroeconomic stabilization in Russia will continue according to the IMF's prescriptions that led us to the catastrophe of 1998 and the political crisis of 1999 - the tightening of financial policy and the demonetization of the economy to its complete destruction and, accordingly, the destabilization of the country. The monstrous experience of dozens of countries around the world and of Russia itself, it seems, will be ignored further - until it breaks down into a systemic crisis.

It seems that the president is carefully protected from the understanding that all developed countries at the stage of maturity of their financial systems corresponding to the current state of Russia, rigidly and uncompromisingly, albeit in different ways, separated speculative money from the money of the real sector - in fact, that's why they became developed ... This is an indispensable condition for development, since otherwise the money of the real sector will inevitably go to speculative markets, as it was in Russia in the 90s and as it is being renewed now. In the most market-oriented country in the world - the USA - the corresponding restriction was lifted only in 1999.

However, there is not even a hint at the categorical need for the implementation of this fundamental principle (allowing to start targeted lending for the development of the economy and through this increase the level of its monetization).

And the political consequences of this are already evident.

Even in conditions of unprecedented, almost 90% support for V.V. According to the data of the Internet poll (despite the understandably limited representativeness of this genre), Putin's social and economic policy is supported by only less than 13%. More than 61% oppose it, and 18% adhere to an astounding design designed to save their respect for the president: V.V. Putin "has nothing to do with the socio-economic policy currently being pursued in Russia." However, it is clear that these people also do not support a liberal policy in the style of the 90s, which is essentially aimed at destroying them, driving them to despair, Maidan and supporting a coup d'etat in the form of one or another "color revolution". Without a decisive change in this policy, serving the interests of global business against the interests of Russia and focused on encouraging speculation while suppressing development, without starting modernization, without bringing our socio-economic policy in line with our foreign policy, our country will face Troubles, threatening its very existence.
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  1. Armored optimist
    Armored optimist 31 October 2015 06: 10 New
    0
    For many years Putin strengthened his power, studied all the secret springs and levers, and let the notorious fifth column shine without hesitation. Those who say that he is with them simply do not want to see the realities. Now, I think, the moment has ripened when you need to sweep this liberal gang out with one blow. The people will support!
    1. hydrox
      hydrox 31 October 2015 07: 01 New
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      Quote: armored optimist
      The people will support

      Yes, people would support!
      Only for some reason there is no appeal from Putin to the people ...
      1. BMW
        BMW 31 October 2015 07: 15 New
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        Quote: hydrox
        Only for some reason there is no appeal from Putin to the people.

        But did the Armored Optimist mention Putin and the fact that he should appeal?
        Anyone with the remnants of a brain has already understood that Putin and the government are one whole, so to speak, "flesh and blood", and for those who fell into childhood insanity (or did not leave it) "Lelik and Bolik." hi
        1. Babr
          Babr 31 October 2015 09: 26 New
          +4
          Sensational meeting of the Scientific Council of the Russian Academy of Sciences. EXCLUSIVE
      2. EGOrkka
        EGOrkka 31 October 2015 12: 03 New
        0
        .... along the way ...economic review... covered ... with a basin belay
    2. WINovikov
      WINovikov 31 October 2015 09: 42 New
      +5
      The moment is ripe, but Putin is not ripe for such decisions.
      1. Good me
        Good me 31 October 2015 15: 35 New
        +1
        Quote: WINovikov
        The moment is ripe, but Putin is not ripe for such decisions.

        In other words, a classic revolutionary situation is ripe: "When the top cannot, but the bottom does not want" ???
    3. EGOrkka
      EGOrkka 31 October 2015 11: 35 New
      -1
      .... throughout the history of Russia ... there were enough detractors .... If in foreign policy ... Putin did not include Khrushchev .... then in the domestic ... well-wishers are pushing ... Khrushchev ... Khrushchev .. turn on Khrushchev !!! ... turn on the idiot ... there is NO big problem ... only you all jump to the sides ... not us! not us! not we! .... Evolution is better than revolutions — if you don’t agree — go to ... I’ll become FOOLS ... everything is clear! hi
      1. vladim.gorbunow
        vladim.gorbunow 31 October 2015 19: 28 New
        +3
        Had evolution. Regression.
  2. astronom1973n
    astronom1973n 31 October 2015 06: 29 New
    +9
    Quote: armored optimist
    For many years Putin strengthened his power, studied all the secret springs and levers, and let the notorious fifth column shine without hesitation. Those who say that he is with them simply do not want to see the realities. Now, I think, the moment has ripened when you need to sweep this liberal gang out with one blow. The people will support!

    I agree! And to ask the covert and other thieves how such money is in the accounts !!!!
    And stop exalting one over the other! Everyone should be united before the law and Vasilyeva and Serdyukov and the guy from the village, who stole a chicken from a neighbor by the poor mind! Addicts should be recognized as a threat to society, not sick! The police should serve, and not wipe the pants in the departments sculpting the next opus of reports, and the traffic cops should not sit in the bushes and catch the yawning drivers, but resolve dangerous situations and monitor the condition of the roads! And so on and so on! Then everything should turn out!
  3. populist
    populist 31 October 2015 07: 17 New
    +7
    A paradoxical situation has developed in public consciousness; 90% of the population support Putin’s great-power (foreign and not only) policies and approximately the same do not support his internal economic and social policies. Basically they are the same people. There is a certain split in the heads of fellow citizens.
    In which direction will this dynamic equilibrium shift?
    1. BMW
      BMW 31 October 2015 07: 50 New
      +5
      Quote: populist
      90% of the population support Putin's great-power (foreign and not only) policies

      Because the Russian Federation (USSR, RI) is a great country, empire, great people and great achievements. Putin gave this feeling. But in fact, is this a sensation or a reality, a big question. And that's why
      Quote: populist
      and about the same amount do not support his internal economic and social policy.

      since it simply is not there.
      1. populist
        populist 31 October 2015 08: 16 New
        +2
        BMW
        Quote: populist
        and about the same amount do not support his internal economic and social policy.

        since it simply is not there.


        How not? At the moment
        there is quite tough liberal
        internal socio-economic policy.

        Putin hit the fork (chess)
        climbed into time trouble (lack of time)
        and, it seems, with one foot in a zugzwang
        (a position in chess, in which any player’s move leads to a deterioration in his position).
        1. BMW
          BMW 31 October 2015 08: 50 New
          +5
          Quote: populist
          At the moment
          there is quite tough liberal
          internal socio-economic policy.

          Yes, there is none, and even more rigidity. Any policy implies setting short-term, medium-term and long-term goals, and their achievement, in case of failure, adjustment. Is something being done? No, even in the short term (5 years). I’ll simply say there are no goals for a year.
          Quote: populist
          Putin hit a fork, climbed into time trouble and, it seems, with one foot in a zugzwang.

          He put himself in a pose of cancer, you can not conduct a cool external game without a strong rear. But there is no rear, neither political nor economic.
    2. WINovikov
      WINovikov 31 October 2015 09: 45 New
      0
      It will move, but very slowly. Schizophrenia is treated very hard.
      1. BMW
        BMW 31 October 2015 12: 27 New
        +2
        Quote: WINovikov
        Schizophrenia is treated very hard.

        At the state level, it’s elementary: from the position of philanthropy - by resignation, cardinally - by guilllet.
  4. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 31 October 2015 07: 48 New
    +2
    Quote: armored optimist
    Those who say that he is with them just do not want to see the realities

    Perhaps you are right. However, there is one BUT. Once in the power structure, the official is simply obliged to comply with the unspoken code of this power - mutual responsibility. Even having been fined and subject to the actions of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation, a high-ranking official is confident that he will not be abandoned. Here, even examples should not be given - they are all in plain sight (Chubais, Serdyukov ...). True, the governors have begun to fall out of this clip. About the government. It is possible that GDP is waiting for the right moment (according to its concepts) to take the necessary measures in this regard. But in this case, where is the guarantee that this moment will not be missed?
    1. Gardamir
      Gardamir 31 October 2015 08: 35 New
      +8
      governors began to fall out
      They are not quite their own. And they were given a hint that if the next election doesn’t have a vote for edro, but in the presidential election for Putin, then such a governor will definitely find a bedside table with a clock.
      1. afdjhbn67
        afdjhbn67 31 October 2015 09: 40 New
        +4
        Quote: Gardamir
        They are not quite their own. And they were given a hint if the next election is not awesome

        Situevina with two is extremely simple.
        The place of one was needed by someone from the Kremlin who forgot the dude is sharing or was not sharing with the strongest team at that time ..
        The second elementary burned out at the contacts with Khodorkovsky .. the stupid did not run to report the first .. and everything else to stick to almost every guber and watch, etc.
        PS at the beloved talker of the Greatest, too, hours of utter value gave a simple answer ..
      2. WINovikov
        WINovikov 31 October 2015 09: 49 New
        +1
        they will find a bedside table with a clock.
        Exactly. And bills abroad, and mansions. The governors are removed, but everything "with difficulty" remains with them.
    2. afdjhbn67
      afdjhbn67 31 October 2015 09: 36 New
      +4
      Quote: rotmistr60
      Once in the power structure, the official is simply obliged to comply with the unspoken code of this power - mutual responsibility. Even having been fined and subject to the actions of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation, a high-ranking official is confident that he will not be abandoned.

      Completely vicious logic leading to its permissiveness from impunity, and the country as a whole into the abyss ...
  5. Mountain shooter
    Mountain shooter 31 October 2015 07: 57 New
    0
    How many goals should a GDP have? I personally observe one. And in politics (the most difficult sphere) he is still quite competent and "rules" confidently.
    Those who are now saliva dripping on the next "cut" of budget money advocate for untiing the money bag. Whoever has not encountered this, does not even imagine how quickly "targeted loans" turn out to be "inappropriate money" on the accounts of all kinds of companies and firms - one-day.
    And do you think that the person who has twisted the seven bankers does not know about it? I will repeat the worn-out Netovsky cliché - "not everything is so simple"!
    Take, for example, Serdyukov and his battalion for women. IMHO, Taburetkin was "thrown" into the defense industry - in order to destroy the "semimarshalschina" that developed in the Defense Ministry and the Armed Forces, which created a bottomless pit situation, wherever you throw money in, everything will not be enough. And Serdyukov “broke all these“ schemes. ”Somewhere he“ stole ”, the girls also“ cheated ”- but they did it! Shoigu came - and in the shortest possible time the Russian army became an ARMY, at the mention of which NATO and Pentagon generals lose their peace of mind. Therefore, the punishment is “conditional.” Once again, I repeat - this is my opinion, but somehow everything falls into line. A typical GBS operation with cover. And now, looking at Nabiulina and Siluanov with Ulyukaev, I have a “de- zha-vu "!
    Isn't this another cleaning operation? They nearly overturned the boat. But didn't someone let you do it?
    1. KGB WATCH YOU
      KGB WATCH YOU 31 October 2015 08: 25 New
      +8
      Take, for example, Serdyukov and his battalion for women. IMHO, Taburetkin was "thrown" into the defense industry - in order to destroy the "semimarshalschina" that developed in the Defense Ministry and the Armed Forces, which created a bottomless pit situation, wherever you throw money in, everything will not be enough. And Serdyukov “broke all these“ schemes. ”Somewhere he“ stole ”, the girls also“ cheated ”- but they did it! Shoigu came - and in the shortest possible time the Russian army became an ARMY, at the mention of which NATO and Pentagon generals lose their peace of mind. Therefore, the punishment is “conditional.” Once again, I repeat - this is my opinion, but somehow everything falls into line. A typical GBS operation with cover. And now, looking at Nabiulina and Siluanov with Ulyukaev, I have a “de- zha-vu "!
      Isn't this another cleaning operation? They nearly overturned the boat. But didn't someone let you do it?


      Cerebral chronic kidney disease what
    2. Gardamir
      Gardamir 31 October 2015 08: 38 New
      +9
      And in politics (the most difficult sphere) he is still quite competent and "rules" confidently.
      here is the data from one site, anyone can check it all
      1. afdjhbn67
        afdjhbn67 31 October 2015 09: 26 New
        +7
        Quote: Gardamir
        here is the data from one site, anyone can check it all

        Russia - a generous soul (thin banter in the form of advertising Nestle)
        For example, they could take meat from one of Mongolia, dropping the entire western market for meat products ... but the Mongols don’t know how to roll it away like the west .. I occasionally go to Mongolia for the benefit of only 4 hours of driving and visa-free travel
      2. Vadim237
        Vadim237 31 October 2015 11: 08 New
        -4
        We must understand these countries will not be able to pay us debts, so we forgave them.
        1. afdjhbn67
          afdjhbn67 31 October 2015 17: 01 New
          +1
          Quote: Vadim237
          We must understand these countries will not be able to pay us debts, so we forgave them.

          It’s our ears being throttled .. that they cannot lack will and leads to this Tolstoyism
          1. vladim.gorbunow
            vladim.gorbunow 31 October 2015 19: 33 New
            0
            These were the IMF requirements.
            1. Vadim237
              Vadim237 31 October 2015 20: 05 New
              +2
              And what side was he here?
          2. Vadim237
            Vadim237 31 October 2015 20: 04 New
            0
            By the way, some countries from this list are buying weapons from us - which is not the best for you.
    3. Penzuck
      Penzuck 31 October 2015 13: 01 New
      -3
      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      Take, for example, Serdyukov and his battalion for women. IMHO, Taburetkin was "thrown" into the defense industry

      I got the same opinion!
    4. Good me
      Good me 31 October 2015 16: 13 New
      +2
      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      How many goals should a GDP have? I personally observe one. And in politics (the most difficult sphere) he is still quite competent and "rules" confidently.


      In politics WHAT? External, internal, economic?

      Specify.
    5. anip
      anip 31 October 2015 19: 17 New
      +5
      Quote: Mountain Shooter
      Take, for example, Serdyukov and his battalion for women. IMHO, Taburetkin was "thrown" into the defense industry - in order to destroy the "semimarshalschina" that developed in the Defense Ministry and the Armed Forces, which created a bottomless pit situation, wherever you throw money in, everything will not be enough. And Serdyukov "broke" all these "schemes."

      Oh, yes. Now Serdyukov will have the opportunity to "break all the schemes" in the Rostec aviation industry.
  6. sa-ag
    sa-ag 31 October 2015 08: 06 New
    0
    Something did not notice Delyagin in hurray-patriotism, but here he could not resist: with "First of all, the President of Russia emphasized the fundamental importance of the transition to a new technological order" ... By a simple order of listing, the President of Russia clearly said: "Shadow, know your place "- not only to the West as such", so the transition to a new technological order will begin precisely from the West
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  7. zakamsk1971
    zakamsk1971 31 October 2015 08: 28 New
    +3
    The Suite makes the King!
    1. ALEA IACTA EST
      ALEA IACTA EST 31 October 2015 09: 15 New
      0
      But from that he does not cease to be king.
      1. WINovikov
        WINovikov 31 October 2015 09: 52 New
        +3
        Naked? Or naked and in the cap of the commander in chief?
    2. afdjhbn67
      afdjhbn67 31 October 2015 10: 10 New
      +4
      Quote: zakamsk1971
      The Suite makes the King!

      And the king is - naked ... without analogies - inspired
      1. Good me
        Good me 31 October 2015 16: 10 New
        +2
        Quote: afdjhbn67
        And the king is - naked ... without analogies - inspired


        and "undress" his "entourage", which he himself called to help in the government ...
        1. afdjhbn67
          afdjhbn67 31 October 2015 17: 08 New
          +1
          Quote: Good Me
          and "undress" his "entourage", which he himself called to help in the government ..

          I understood correctly - there are also no analogies, inspired .. laughing
  8. samarin1969
    samarin1969 31 October 2015 09: 14 New
    +7
    “It seems that the president is being carefully protected from the understanding that all developed countries ... tough and uncompromising ... they separated speculative money from the money of the real sector - in fact, that's why they became developed "... with" tough and uncompromising "GDP has a problem (either it is entangled in agreements with the elites, or it has no such idea).

    P.S. It’s funny that VO got more discussions about GDP personally ... Probably, an order was received to monitor the patriotic (without quotation marks!) Electorate ...
    1. Vadim237
      Vadim237 31 October 2015 11: 12 New
      0
      It would be better here to write about the real achievements and failures of the country, in the field of economic development of the regions - that they opened, closed, made.
    2. Good me
      Good me 31 October 2015 15: 54 New
      +4
      Quote: samarin1969
      P.S. It’s funny that VO got more discussions about GDP personally ... Probably, an order was received to monitor the patriotic (without quotation marks!) Electorate ...


      Yes, it’s impossible not to notice.

      By the way ... "The first experience" in the form of an article on the appointment of Serdyukov as "overseer" in "Rostec" caused such a flurry of critical comments regarding the "First", such an abundance of "minuses" in the voting system that the picture traditionally posted on the Main page and reflecting the rating of this or that article, in relation to it, was not posted ...

      Is there anything, IT IS NOT.

      Already VERY UNIFORMALLY NEGATIVE, the readers perceived such "news" ...

      1. afdjhbn67
        afdjhbn67 31 October 2015 17: 06 New
        +2
        Quote: Good Me
        Is there anything, IT IS NOT.

        funny, you have to look .. On the other hand, they also look after the site and monitor it continuously, the administration is forced to curtsies by any means ..
        1. Good me
          Good me 31 October 2015 17: 17 New
          +2
          Quote: afdjhbn67
          funny, you have to look .. On the other hand, they also look after the site and monitor it continuously, the administration is forced to curtsies by any means ..


          In this case (I guess), you won't get off with "curtsies" ...

          The "jamb" with the placement of such materials, which caused such a "boom" in the discussions, which revealed the real attitude of the people to such "kooks" of the authorities, for the administration, will have some consequences ...

          At this point, one of two things: Either the authorities will correct the decision, or someone will get a "hit" ...
          1. afdjhbn67
            afdjhbn67 31 October 2015 17: 22 New
            0
            Quote: Good Me
            Either the authorities will correct the decision, or someone will get a "hit" ...

            Looked, everything is in place, democracy is forever .. fellow
  9. ALEA IACTA EST
    ALEA IACTA EST 31 October 2015 09: 15 New
    -1
    Money, economy, ruble, sanctions, oil ...
    Every day is the same!
  10. akudr48
    akudr48 31 October 2015 09: 23 New
    +9
    But the real causes of the crisis — the corruption that is killing the economy, monopolism and the fundamental refusal of the liberal part of the government and the Bank of Russia to develop in order to encourage speculators — have not gone away.

    So it is, by any victories and achievements in the foreign policy sphere, which is now the main emphasis in propaganda, it is impossible to replace that already many years of failure in the development of the country, the reasons for which Delyagin rightly pointed out.

    The policy of "good tsar - bad boyars" is also not long-term.
    The lulling results of the VTsIOM polls about the love of the people for the authorities are just the result of the skillful manipulations of the organizers, as well as the despair of the people, from which, if you take away the great and wise rower in the galleys, then nothing will remain at all, a continuous Kushchevka or Krasnogorsk of all-Russian scale will open. And also the prices in stores, taxes, payments for housing and communal services, and the fattening, permissive "elite", who are not satisfied with hedonism (Yakunin).

    Without a change in the ruling stratum by replacing new people on all verticals and horizons of the power hierarchy and transferring the country to development, no barrel will help us. To stop the rotting and degeneration of officials into thieves, there must be an absolute replacement of all elected people after 4 years in office.

    Rogues, corrupt officials, thieves, looters and traitors have basically secured a happy life in the West by dragging capital and families there, and they are not concerned about the long-term results of the managerial robbery, resentment and injustice for the people that they committed and support in the country. They are not going to change the country for the better for the people.

    People will have to remember the old song,
    No one will give us deliverance
    Neither God, nor king, nor hero
    ..........................
    1. samarin1969
      samarin1969 31 October 2015 09: 35 New
      +6
      Now Peskov will call you and demand: "Don't rock the boat!" wink
    2. WINovikov
      WINovikov 31 October 2015 09: 56 New
      +3
      akudr48
      The most accurate comment. There is nothing to add.
  11. dog1965
    dog1965 31 October 2015 09: 34 New
    +3
    Supporting foreign policy and denying domestic politics is the natural state of most people, and here they have no split. This speaks of their attitude to politics, and not to personalities. That is, they like Lavrov and Shoigu, but do not like Siluanov, Nabiulin and Ulyukaev. But are Putin’s actions independent? As if to get into your head and find out, the liberal course of the economy is his desire or the inability to resist the lobbying of the interests of certain power clans. Maybe the economy can tolerate such a course for some time? But it would not be too late.
  12. farit2015
    farit2015 31 October 2015 13: 01 New
    +2
    AKUDR48 is right. Why are we only waiting for the GDP action? 150 million people are waiting for porridge to be put in their mouths. It is necessary to restore order in the city from your own yard. We need adherence to principles, raised to the nth degree. Every year we (the people) live better, on principle! If you do not cope - leave, in principle. You cheat - in jail, in principle and legally. Enemy of the people - execution, in principle ... Why do we support Putin? Let them not climb into our house, we'll figure it out ourselves. Why did they start talking about the internal more? The enemy cannot take us by force, but can starve us out, playing on our weaknesses. And this "Izmor" is already blocking the breath. It's time to break the bonds ...
    1. alicante11
      alicante11 31 October 2015 14: 10 New
      +2
      150 million people are waiting for them to put porridge in their mouths. It is necessary to restore order in the city from your own yard.


      What have YOU done for the country. Excuse me for asking, why should we, in principle, the state? Why the president, a bunch of parasites, deputies, a bunch of thieves, officials, etc. etc. Let us then simply abolish the state and begin to "restore order in our courtyard."
      1. Penzuck
        Penzuck 31 October 2015 14: 46 New
        -2
        Quote: alicante11
        What have YOU done for the country. Excuse me for asking, why should we, in principle, the state? Why the president, a bunch of parasites, deputies, a bunch of thieves, officials, etc. etc. Let us then simply abolish the state and begin to "restore order in our courtyard."

        And who should decide where to put a trash can, a bench, organize a clean-up day? Is it really GDP? Maybe the "state" in the person of Putin will wipe your ass?
        1. alicante11
          alicante11 31 October 2015 14: 54 New
          +4
          And who should decide where to put a trash can, a bench, organize a clean-up day? Is it really GDP? Maybe the "state" in the person of Putin will wipe your ass?


          Yes, I’ll put the garbage can myself, but to make sure that it is not capitalized is already a matter for the state.
  13. alicante11
    alicante11 31 October 2015 14: 06 New
    +2
    I like patriotic economists like Delyagin or Glazyev. They criticize the economic policies of government and GDP. Let's not forget about it, because he defines the policy in the framework of the monopolistic oligarchic capitalism established in Russia. What do patriotic economists offer? Now start pumping the economy with money, immediately abandon the dollar and everything will be fine. Yes there will be nothing good. Let's start with the last one. Refusal of the dollar will lead to the fact that we can’t banally buy anything abroad and sell anything there. After all, all international trade is conducted in bucks. They will tell me that there is China after all. Yes, we are transferring part of our foreign trade operations to non-reserve currencies. But you need to understand that if you withdraw one-time economic segment from the global economy such as the economies of Russia and China, then the dollar will collapse and bury the most of the economic reserves of our states. Plus, the Chinese economy will literally overstock and collapse within a few months. Because we stupidly will not be able to replace the Amer and the European market for China, especially since we will have much less oil revenues. You need to understand that both China and Russia are forced to support the life of the buck because our economies are not self-sufficient. And they will not be self-sufficient, because they are imprisoned for their specialization. The Russian Federation - for a gas station, China - for a workshop for the production of consumer goods. And besides fuel and clothes, much more is needed for a normal life. Therefore, the rejection of the dollar in the near future is impossible.
    Now about pumping the domestic economy with money. If you start throwing rubles into the economy, whether through raising salaries or through loans, this will lead to the fact that people will actively buy. And products and household appliances and cars, who have enough money for that. As a result, the market will require more goods. It is clear that prices will rise and inflation will accelerate. But this is normal for a market economy. Because after prices, salaries will increase, which means that demand will follow supply. But only until the moment the goods on the market are enough. But this is the problem now. In the beginning of the 2000's, China developed production and could saturate our market with goods, so the inflationary economy of Russia grew along with the price of oil and an increase in the purchasing power of Russians. Now the situation is different. China will not dare to develop its production because at any moment it may lose Western markets and then it will have a huge excess of production. And without supply growth, price increases will go at a faster pace and, as a result, inflation will spiral out of control. And hello is the beginning of 90's.
    1. alicante11
      alicante11 31 October 2015 14: 07 New
      +1
      But I will be asked if everything is so bad, then why are smart people voicing these options? I won't say for Delyagin, but Glazyev is an advisor to the GDP. It turns out that he substitutes his patron. No, it doesn't. It's just that Glazyev's version is a backup. And it will be implemented in the event that Western markets for one reason or another still close for China. And then we will urgently need to stimulate demand in order to replace Western demand for Chinese products to the maximum and mitigate the consequences of the break with the West for the Chinese. in this case, there will be a lot of people who want to sell their unclaimed goods, even for rubles. And here the number of barrels sold will no longer matter, as well as their price. The main thing will be how fast the printing press of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation will work. Do you think that in such a situation, some of the oligarchs will invest in "import substitution" or any production in general?
      It is clear that in this situation we, that is, the people of Russia, are held hostage by the oligarchy and the government. We are encouraged to "tighten our belts" to hold out until the contingency plan can be put into effect. However, it seems to me that the wait is not so long. It was not for nothing that the GDP said last winter that it will become easier in 2016. I hope that he has some information on this matter.
      1. Alexl
        Alexl 31 October 2015 16: 27 New
        +3
        This will be another HPP.
        1. anip
          anip 31 October 2015 19: 10 New
          +2
          Quote: AleksL
          This will be another HPP.

          From what word, "good" or "x ...", sorry, "bad"?
          1. Good me
            Good me 31 October 2015 22: 13 New
            +1
            Quote: anip
            From what word, "good" or "x ...", sorry, "bad"?

            А No.
  14. Alexl
    Alexl 31 October 2015 16: 26 New
    0
    By the way, in the 90s financial policy was completely different than now. Then there was hyperinflation due to uncontrolled emission of the Central Bank ruble.
  15. Stas 86
    Stas 86 31 October 2015 18: 38 New
    0
    First of all, the President of Russia emphasized the fundamental importance of the transition to a new technological order: he pointed out that "everything is based on" not just an abstract "economic growth", but precisely its development "on a new technological basis."

    I know what he meant.
    Here for more details:
    https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=1520526764937868&id=1000094167
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