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Project "ZZ". West "lowered" Russia

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In the index of economic freedom, calculated by the Heritage Foundation and The Wall Street Journal, Russia was lowered to 153 places. In the meantime, financial analysts have announced that BRICS no longer exists, but there are TIKKS: Taiwan, India, China, Korea, South Africa. The recession in Brazil and Russia excluded these countries from the acronym. In Ukraine, the Russians are not doing well either: an expert from the American Foreign Policy Council points out that “Russian troops” can no longer “attack” there. In parallel, the Western media focused on the topic of corruption in Russia.


The table with indicators of the index of economic freedom can be viewed on the website. Heritage Foundation.

Russia hit the 153 place, scoring 50,6 points (–1,5 points) and hitting the very bottom of the list of countries whose economies are “mostly non-free”.

For comparison: Ukraine is classified by experts in the group of states with “depressed economies” (repressed) and placed in the 162 -th place. Here is located and Belarus (157-e place).

Thus, in Russia there is something else to “suppress”, and in Belarus and Ukraine, apparently, there is nothing left.

Western analysts have downgraded Russia internationally and in a different way - “canceling” the BRICS acronym.

As writes in Financial Times Steve Johnson, BRICS no longer exists, and “long live TICKS”!

According to the observer, the recession in Brazil and Russia has undermined faith in the old acronym. Today, investors have found a replacement for BRICS. A new group of attractive for investment countries called TICKS (TIKKS). The list includes Taiwan, India, China, Korea and South Africa.

Johnson claims that the technologically strong Korea and Taiwan squeezed Russia out of the top five, as well as Brazil, since the latter’s economies are mostly raw materials.

Analysts believe that the change in investor sentiment speaks of "the volatile nature of emerging markets and the world." He also recalls that high-tech services are in the foreground, but the commodity trade is fading into the background.

The founder of Copley Fund Research, Stephen Holden, argues that BRICS is no longer the engine of growth in emerging markets. Now the technology industries are rising. According to Copley, the average private equity fund reaching the markets of developing countries currently holds only 40% assets in BRICS, while in TICKS it holds about 54%. Moreover, in some of these funds, Taiwan and Korea account for at least 35% (called JPMorgan, Nordea, and Swedbank).

Do not forget foreign experts and the topic of Russian troops in Ukraine. About the "troops" told Atlantic Council senior fellow at the American Foreign Policy Council Stephen Blank.

According to him, Putin intends to "quit the game" in Ukraine.

According to the expert, the president of Russia “took control of the separatist forces”. How did he do it? Putin sent Dmitry Kozak "to build relationships" with "people's republics". Moreover, he sent to Kiev one of his assistants, Boris Gryzlov, with the goal of negotiating with Petro Poroshenko. Finally, the “gray cardinal” Surkov talked with US Undersecretary of State Victoria Nuland in Kaliningrad. These diplomatic "maneuvers," says the author of the article, are "quite indicative."


Ruined house in Avdiivka (Ukraine). Snapshot date: January 28 2016. Photographer Friedemann Kohler


The analyst believes that President Putin has reached the "climax" in Ukraine: "Russian troops can no longer advance," because "they have gone too far." In addition, these troops "exhausted resources." And then there's the crisis in the Russian economy. It is clear to the author that Moscow “cannot afford” to conduct a “protracted war against Ukraine”. In addition, the costs of the Syrian campaign are growing. According to estimates of the analyst, Moscow’s spending on Syria has doubled to eight million dollars a day.

Having stayed in Ukraine is not a loser, Putin decided to become like a reasonable player in a casino: turn chips into money and leave the gambling establishment. And then suddenly luck turns away! Hence all this diplomacy.

The author himself knows how to deal with Russians in Ukraine.

1. It is necessary to “completely remove the Russian troops from the Ukrainian territory,” and to disarm the “militants”.

2. The West should “make” Russia get out of the Crimea. The referendum was held "at the barrel of the machine guns" of Russian soldiers, and therefore turned out to be fiction. Crimea, the analyst believes, is not at all part of Russia. After all, Brighton Beach (New York area), where many Russian immigrants live, does not occur to anyone to call it a part of Russia.

In addition, the expert proposes to return to the agenda the question of Ukraine’s membership in the EU.

In the United States, meanwhile, have sharpened the eternal topic of corruption in Russia. It became, as it were, the background for a new propaganda campaign, in which Russians are portrayed as absolute villains.

As recalled in Bloomberg View Leonid Bershidsky, a spokesman for the Russian president, Dmitry Peskov, has recently expressed dissatisfaction with “the active use of the Russian theme and the theme of Putin in the domestic electoral game in the United States themselves.” According to Bershidsky, such a statement is ridiculous, and this is obvious to every observer of the election campaign in the United States. The fact is that Americans care little about Russia. Voters are interested in the problem of clean water, loans for studies, jobs, and not at all Putin. Therefore, it is clear to the observer that Russian-American relations have almost lost the slightest courtesy.

As for Peskov, the observer believes that he is “disturbed” by statements by American officials about the corruption of Putin himself.

This topic is not taken from the ceiling; she was sharpened last week by the BBC in the movie Putin’s Secret Treasures. However, nothing new was shown in the film. Adam Shubin, director of the foreign assets control department at the US Treasury Department, said something there, declaring that the American authorities “long ago” know about Putin’s involvement in corruption. According to Shubin, “at the expense of state assets” Putin “enriches his friends and closest associates”. Shubin considers this kind of business "the personification of corruption."

But this is not news, writes Bershidsky. For many years, everyone knows that the profitable masters of the war goes to Putin’s friends, while his other friends stand at the head of state corporations and are personally enriched.

Another thing is interesting: Peskov refuted Shubin’s statement, but White House spokesman Josh Ernest asked whether Mr. Shubin’s words reflected the position of the Obama administration, responded positively: “This assessment was given by the Ministry of Finance, and I think it best reflects point of view of the administration. "

This is what “infuriated” the Kremlin, and at the same time the Foreign Ministry of the Russian Federation.

Peskov condemned the statements of the “so-called partners,” and Foreign Minister Lavrov called John Kerry and stated that the charges were “targeted inflating tensions.”

Bershidsky himself doubts that Putin "has saved a huge personal fortune." He just doesn't need it. And personal ownership of assets, even if fictitious, would open up opportunities for political blackmailers. Facts would have appeared in the press, Putin’s popularity would have gone downhill.

On the other hand, Bershidsky believes, the absence of such a state does not make Putin less corrupt. Mr. Shubin is right about one thing: “crony capitalism” is a real “corrupt system”. And the conclusion follows: the one who heads this system is a corrupt official himself.

This logic, the author believes, is obvious to representatives of the Russian authorities. That is why they do not intend to convince the Obama administration that the President of the Russian Federation is not involved in corruption. They object only to Washington’s violation of “diplomatic etiquette”: they don’t like the White House to mention the Russian system that has rotted from top to bottom.

The reviewer further recalls that Putin is the president of the country that occupies the 119-th place of 167 in the "Corruption Perception Index" from Transparency International.

For the sake of objectivity, Bershidsky advises Washington to send a sting of criticism to Ukraine: after all, two years after the “revolution”, this country takes the worst place in the same list, 130, in its place. However, do not hear that Washington officially accused of corruption or Poroshenko Yatsenyuk.

Historian and specialist in Russia, writing editor "The Nation" Stephen Cohen believes that the opponents of US-Russian detente again put sticks in the wheels of international negotiators. Cohen is confident that Washington, London, Ankara and Kiev are playing against Russia. This game also includes allegations of President Putin’s "corruption," which Cohen heard from the US Treasury Department. Such an approach, the scientist sums up, allows the United States to put Putin as a "worthless" partner for negotiations.

Cohen believes that as long as some capitals accuse Putin of all sins, the threat of a new cold war becomes more and more obvious and dangerous, reaching as far as the nuclear race.

* * *


The “lowering” of Russia and Putin has certainly reached a new level in the West. Diplomatic politeness has become a relic of the past. No, one cannot say that Obama and his officials have forgotten how to be courteous. However, for Russia, a reserved diplomatic tone has lost its relevance. If Washington’s official representatives are engaged in polite negotiations with Poroshenko, whose Ukraine’s corruption index is lower than Russia, or with people from Saudi Arabia, where homosexuals and “unfaithful” are cutting heads, then Moscow doesn’t need diplomatic etiquette.
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  1. Edvagan
    Edvagan 1 February 2016 09: 22 New
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    Crimea, the analyst believes, is not at all a part of Russia. After all, Brighton Beach (a district of New York), where many Russian emigrants live, does not occur to anyone to call it part of Russia.
    ______________

    By the way, a good idea !!! Thanks to the "analyst" for the idea))))
    1. MIKHAN
      MIKHAN 1 February 2016 09: 26 New
      89
      Economy in the trash and Russia on its knees, say Obamych ..? No, just the opposite, it turns out now ...
      1. Kostyar
        Kostyar 1 February 2016 12: 12 New
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        .... for Moscow, diplomatic etiquette is no longer required.

        But inherently scary words! Are these Western idiots, the so-called "diplomats" from now on, will set the tone for international relations ...?! Such dirt, in the open, has never happened before !!! Find anywhere in the world and wet, if they don't answer for the market, just this way and nothing else ... !!!!!
        1. Starley from the south
          Starley from the south 1 February 2016 23: 33 New
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          Quote: Bone
          Such dirt, in the open, has never been before !!!

          It was ... And in the 19 century it was, and after the Second World War in the 20 century it was also. Nothing new, it's time for us to get used to it. They were ugly 200 years ago, they remain ugly even today.
    2. cniza
      cniza 1 February 2016 09: 27 New
      +8
      The article is pure propaganda and looks like authorship of ukroexperts.
      1. Blondy
        Blondy 1 February 2016 09: 53 New
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        Yeah, for the sake of this, Taiwan, a country with a per capita GDP of the top twenty and advancing Canada, was lowered to the level of developing countries.
      2. 79807420129
        79807420129 1 February 2016 10: 14 New
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        Well, they don’t need diplomatic etiquette, and I don’t give a damn about him in the United States and his pederast of the president of the black-maned monkey ram Obama ch.m.o. which, if it weren’t for the Soviet soldiers, along with Churchill would bring slippers to Hitler, so I wiped my feet on them and while the GDP will resist these fascists of the 21st century, I will be on his side, and now minus the lovers of the USA and liberalism, I’m minus like on ram obama violet.
        1. Starley from the south
          Starley from the south 1 February 2016 23: 38 New
          +2
          Quote: 79807420129
          and now minus the lovers of the United States and liberalism, to my minuses, like a ram Obama violet.

          You think badly about people, dear, here many support you, including me. You do not choose expressions, but sincerely, which is more valuable.
      3. Forest
        Forest 1 February 2016 10: 22 New
        +4
        You read the article first, but do not minus it and write a comment.
        1. fennekRUS
          fennekRUS 2 February 2016 00: 20 New
          +1
          Quote: Forest
          You read the article first

          I read it. I don’t put down the cons, “hurray, we’ll sweep everyone, go ahead” annoy. The article is weak, not typical for Oleg. In essence, a copy and paste of a translated article with a short communique. Apparently with the aim of giving a "shaft". Frankly upsetting.
          If, in fact:
          1 high-tech services are in the foreground, but commodity trading is fading into the background. Where will "high-tech services" come from without raw materials and, most importantly, energy?
          2-rating? sorry, there are almost more ratings in the world than the population. According to the magazine "Cook", according to some agency, according to the CIA, or according to the "Putin's manager" So what? This is a rating compiled by a group of individuals, reflecting the priorities of this group, and their own interests.
          3 Re-singing of the old "cranberry" is no longer just tired, they cause rejection. Still, journalists should not consider their audience to be completely idiots. While reading the comments, you realize that the soil for this exists on both sides of the ocean.
          py sy - make a helmet wink
      4. hrapon
        hrapon 1 February 2016 10: 47 New
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        Quote: cniza
        The article is pure propaganda and looks like authorship of ukroexperts.


        The author of the article, O. Chuvakin, is a regular observer of the site. The author does not express a personal point of view, but only informs readers about propaganda attacks against Russia.

        Finally, learn how to make a little sense out of the letters you’ve looked at.
        1. Reserve officer
          Reserve officer 1 February 2016 11: 34 New
          +9
          Western journalism is degrading. If such a definition is generally applicable to articles of this kind.
          By the style of presentation and the key issues covered in Western articles, you can immediately understand who wrote. According to the principle - who is closer to whom.
          A serious politician would analyze Putin’s influence in international relations, a financier - an analysis of the banking sector and the possibility of covert operations, but some kind of "forest animal" would revel in the calculations - how much carrots were harvested for the winter and where Putin stores all these colossal carrot stocks.
          Johnson seems to be closer to the latter in his thinking.
        2. mikh-korsakov
          mikh-korsakov 1 February 2016 11: 52 New
          +3
          An information war is being waged against us, judging by the attacks on RT, we sometimes have successes in this war. I would rather discuss our real problems, rather than read the attacks on Russia and its leader, whichever is, but ours. We do not care about these gentlemen pouring slop on Russia. I would look at Mr. Chuvakin if he had published Goebbels's speech during the war.
          1. EvgNik
            EvgNik 1 February 2016 13: 17 New
            +9
            Quote: mikh-korsakov
            I would look at Mr. Chuvakin if he had published Goebbels's speech during the war.

            You can close your eyes, plug your ears and scream - we won, we won. Only this will not change anything. What does Dude write - do you see, or hear, or read in our media? My wife is already cursing (although she doesn’t follow politics, they show the same thing on the box: fires, murders and Timur’s tiger). Do not like Dude - see the zombie.
            1. mikh-korsakov
              mikh-korsakov 1 February 2016 13: 47 New
              +2
              And who shut up, and who screams and who won? I also don’t understand a lot of things, but this is not a reason to receive information about our affairs from the enemy. At one time, they came back, and threw off the Communists, but thieves and the CIA came in their place. It may be better to live your own mind. I would prefer that we solve our problems without prompting from the side. It also surprises me that our TV pays so much attention to the goat Timur. But there are intelligible programs, maybe you don’t like it, but I watch with interest the programs of Solovyov or the programs on the TV center. At least there people think, for example, Shakhnazarov or Satanovsky, though not all, but it is necessary to include a separator.
              1. EvgNik
                EvgNik 1 February 2016 14: 48 New
                +6
                Quote: mikh-korsakov
                It may be better to live your mind

                We live our minds. At least those who are in. Just to reason reasonably, one must look from all sides. Dude helps us in this, but does not interfere. It would be worth looking at his other publications.
                1. mikh-korsakov
                  mikh-korsakov 1 February 2016 15: 13 New
                  +2
                  "you have to look from all sides", including from the point of view of the enemy, so what ?, and the West - the enemy - this is undeniable. In Russia now - the main problem is attempts to pursue an independent policy - with a colonial economic base. There are many points of view in the field of economics. For example, it is absolutely incomprehensible to me why it is impossible to apply the Glazyev model in Russia. All attempts to understand why it is not applicable stumble upon a shout - they say, then inflation and currency speculation will develop. But firstly, with the current model, both inflation and currency speculation are present, and production does not develop without government subsidies. And it is not clear that inflation. and speculation is the wrath of God, what cannot be suppressed? This is what I would like to discuss. not the writings of corrupt Western scribblers.
                  1. Starley from the south
                    Starley from the south 1 February 2016 23: 52 New
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                    Quote: mikh-korsakov
                    For example, it is absolutely incomprehensible to me why it is impossible to apply the Glazyev model in Russia.

                    Then you need to go to the Izborsk club website, it may become clearer. For some reason I did not understand.
              2. 2С5
                2С5 1 February 2016 17: 26 New
                +1
                ... to teach everyone how to live - the disease of all "Westerners", it would be time to focus less on this, because apart from the slops from them there is nothing to expect ... so these "super-exclusive nations" themselves, let them flop in these slops, and we it is not appropriate to react to their delirium, let’s each of us do our own thing, you look and there will be more order ... hi
          2. Starley from the south
            Starley from the south 1 February 2016 23: 42 New
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            Quote: mikh-korsakov
            I would rather discuss our real issues

            So, dear, you need to know the enemies in person, to know all their weaknesses, miscalculations, and strengths, to know their habits (like predatory animals, however!), Methods. Then to successfully deal with them.
      5. Homo
        Homo 1 February 2016 11: 37 New
        +8
        Quote: cniza
        The article is pure propaganda and looks like authorship of ukroexperts.

        Have you completely forgotten how to read, more precisely to understand what you read? This is not the first article describing how they perceive what they think, what they say about Russia "over the hill" for some reason, is perceived as personal, negative statements by the author of the article. And the number of words in quotation marks didn't tell you anything? This is just an overview of WESTERN views on Russia. And no need to roll a barrel on the authors of such articles! You need to think! am

        PS And, as always, a crowd of mindless plusers!
        1. Baikonur
          Baikonur 1 February 2016 12: 12 New
          +4
          This is just an overview of WESTERN views on Russia. And do not roll the barrel on the authors of such articles! You need to think!
          PS And, as always, a crowd of mindless plusers!

          Just agree!
        2. EvgNik
          EvgNik 1 February 2016 14: 54 New
          +4
          Quote: Homo
          And as always, a crowd of mindless plusers!

          I'm joining. It happens, look - the comment is zero, but it has 100 pluses. For being at the top? And the fact that below - not everyone browses.
          1. Starley from the south
            Starley from the south 1 February 2016 23: 57 New
            0
            Quote: EvgNik
            It happens, look - the comment is zero, but it has 100 pluses.

            Often the advantages are not set for Old, but for opinions, that is, feelings, sometimes too direct and frank, which is missing in our century.
      6. OlegLex
        OlegLex 1 February 2016 15: 52 New
        +2
        Do you really think that Goebels died? not this suka still lives in the states.
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      1. Corporal Valera
        Corporal Valera 1 February 2016 09: 54 New
        +6
        After all, Brighton Beach (a district of New York), where many Russian emigrants live, does not occur to anyone to call it part of Russia.

        Oh I wouldn’t promise
    4. Sweles
      Sweles 1 February 2016 09: 53 New
      0
      Meanwhile, financial analysts announced that BRICS no longer exists, but there are TIKKS: Taiwan, India, China, Korea, South Africa. The recession in Brazil and Russia excluded these countries from the acronym.


      that is exactly what it really is, because low rupee, according to the BRICS partners, is dishonest conduct of business, Russia creates unjustified privileges in trade for itself. Who is to blame? -cetrobank ...

      1. max2215
        max2215 1 February 2016 19: 08 New
        +2
        Mr. Shubin is right in one thing: “Kumov’s capitalism” is a real “corrupt system”

        That is what it is, and if it were not for this nepotism, I think about such words as "import substitution", "oil needle" have long been forgotten that far to go, for example "PLATO", well, at least kill, but no one will explain, for what such merits to Rotenberg-son, we, citizens of Russia, will unfasten 12 billion annually. But this is practiced everywhere! Serdyukov and the company is only what is in sight, but dig up the level from the governor and down the vertical .... Well, supporters of the liberal-Kumov model of the economy, tell me where am I wrong?
    5. midivan
      midivan 1 February 2016 10: 04 New
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      Quote: Edvagan
      By the way, a good idea !!! Thanks to the "analyst" for the idea))))

      Well, a little complement
      1. ArhipenkoAndrey
        ArhipenkoAndrey 1 February 2016 12: 03 New
        +6
        But I wonder who screams the thief the loudest? But the story of a corrupt Putin from the lips of American officials is more like a gesture of despair, when there is no way to solve the issue by force or mind, they become personal - petty, vile and in full throat.
        1. USSR 1971
          USSR 1971 1 February 2016 12: 48 New
          +1
          The opinions of Western "leading experts" are very interesting to some "no censor.", I personally don't care about their "authoritative" ratings, if not to put it simply (the admin will cut out). For me, the states are in 2222 place (if only there is one) due to attempts at exceptional fascism. And at the expense of the Russian thieves - of course, the officials have it not without it, with them themselves somehow, but without the help of overseas n *** races.
          1. Starley from the south
            Starley from the south 2 February 2016 00: 02 New
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            Quote: USSR 1971
            And at the expense of the Russian thief-it’s certainly not without this among officials,
            You, dear, have forgotten to mention that this very thief in the states is no less than ours, and they steal much more.
            1. max2215
              max2215 2 February 2016 07: 34 New
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              You, dear, have forgotten to mention that this very thief in the states is no less than ours, and they steal much more.

              So why look up to them, we need to pull our own people out to clean water. And in general, as there, according to Mayakovsky, "I say a liberal, I mean a thief,
              I say a thief, I mean a liberal ... "
    6. Red_Hamer
      Red_Hamer 1 February 2016 19: 07 New
      0
      With Brighton Beach, this is not at the address)) This is to Israel))
    7. andrew42
      andrew42 1 February 2016 21: 00 New
      +2
      Not a good idea, but a joke. God forbid that these "Brightons" come back to Russia. We have enough of the fifth column. The thirst for "sweet life" squeezed the cunning people out of the Union, and from Russia in the 90s. Let them stay there.
  2. Ami du peuple
    Ami du peuple 1 February 2016 09: 22 New
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    You read such Western "analysts and experts" and you will wonder whether they are taking lessons from their Ukrainian colleagues? The level of truthfulness and impartiality of the materials, as well as the reasoning of the conclusions, in relation to Russia, is exactly the same. Low level, to put it mildly.
  3. Same lech
    Same lech 1 February 2016 09: 23 New
    43
    The "sinking" of Russia and Putin, of course, has reached a new level in the West. Diplomatic politeness has become a relic of the past.


    Rudeness and cynicism in the WEST in the order of things ...
    remember how Gaddafi and Miloshevich’s rottenness, the same tactics have now been chosen with respect to PUTIN and now it depends on him and only on him which path he will choose for himself.
    Either a fierce struggle, as Assad does, or the surrender of all positions, as Miloshevich did, by believing the false promises of WASHINGTON and BRUSSELS.
    As I understand it, Putin intends to fight, which means that he can count on the support of his people and mine too.
    1. Alex66
      Alex66 1 February 2016 10: 24 New
      +7
      Probably the same struggle was going on against Stalin, but unlike Gaddafi and Milosevic, he eliminated those who did not allow him to work, what Putin is waiting for (economic collapse of America, yellowstone ...) I do not understand. To have inside your own country, especially in the government of those who do not comply with presidential decrees, cause economic damage is impermissible luxury, only aggravation of the conflict lies ahead.
      1. Fat
        Fat 1 February 2016 22: 20 New
        0
        Quote: Alex66
        Probably the same struggle was going on against Stalin, but unlike Gaddafi and Milosevic, he eliminated those who did not allow him to work, what Putin is waiting for (economic collapse of America, yellowstone ...) I do not understand. To have inside your own country, especially in the government of those who do not comply with presidential decrees, cause economic damage is impermissible luxury, only aggravation of the conflict lies ahead.

        I agree with you, but not in everything. I am reminded of 11.09.2001/XNUMX/XNUMX. For some time after the events, I was almost sure that all this "show" was staged by humiliated Serbian patriots, until propaganda polished the brains of Alkaida and Bin Laden to complete dullness ...
    2. Volzhanin
      Volzhanin 1 February 2016 12: 28 New
      +2
      Putin is certainly not a saint, and I have disagreements with his line, but I’ll stick an aspen throat for any Westophile in his throat. If the Westerners have already fallen to pour frank slop, then Putin is doing everything right and they have nothing to cover.
      You shouldn't go too far, otherwise we will destroy both Geyropa and Gamerika so that they do not mischief, and the survivors will learn by heart the Russian fairy tale "Goldfish".
      1. MarKon
        MarKon 1 February 2016 14: 20 New
        +3
        zapophile, offhand lamented as "zoophile", it happens, smiled
    3. 2С5
      2С5 1 February 2016 17: 33 New
      +1
      ... different "state departments" since the Second World War have not invented or invented anything new, and they act in the old fashioned way, believing that since they helped the USSR to break up, then now the same scenario with the same result will be rolled out ... daggers trained and what? They are slowly draining like a failed project for which 20 years and xs how much money has been spent, but Russia is not gems both territorially and mentally, therefore: Where are you poking your mattress snout, huh !?
      1. Dembel77
        Dembel77 1 February 2016 19: 20 New
        +1
        West “lowered” Russia
        Yes, I omitted it in quotes. Because this is an illusion of the West. An illusion created by the West itself, only to warm your hands on this. And do not give a damn about their false ratings, which do not reflect reality and are created to order by corrupt "analysts". Hollowheads!
    4. _my opinion
      _my opinion 2 February 2016 20: 01 New
      0
      Quote: The same Lech
      The "sinking" of Russia and Putin, of course, has reached a new level in the West. Diplomatic politeness has become a relic of the past.


      Rudeness and cynicism in the WEST in the order of things ...
      remember how Gaddafi and Miloshevich’s rottenness, the same tactics have now been chosen with respect to PUTIN and now it depends on him and only on him which path he will choose for himself.
      Either a fierce struggle, as Assad does, or the surrender of all positions, as Miloshevich did, by believing the false promises of WASHINGTON and BRUSSELS.
      As I understand it, Putin intends to fight, which means that he can count on the support of his people and mine too.

      the West considers itself right and uses any (even the dirtiest methods), but the goal does not justify the means ... you can’t go through the mud to a clean goal — the target is smeared with this mud, and it also mutates from this (towards this mud). appropriate ...
  4. Electrical
    Electrical 1 February 2016 09: 26 New
    +7
    vysery, going on, it’s not clear anyone believes in them?
    1. Truth
      Truth 1 February 2016 09: 36 New
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      Quote: Elektrik
      it is not clear who believes in them?

      The reform of education in Russia was conceived precisely so that there would appear those who in such a hu ... will sincerely believe.
      1. EvgNik
        EvgNik 1 February 2016 15: 01 New
        +1
        Quote: Truth
        The reform of education in Russia was conceived precisely so that there would appear those who in such a hu ... will sincerely believe.

        The reform of education in Russia was conceived so that people forgot how to think for themselves. An example is your opinion on an article. Nick change. There is no truth. There is an opinion of an individual.
        1. Starley from the south
          Starley from the south 2 February 2016 00: 10 New
          +1
          Quote: EvgNik
          Quote: Truth
          The reform of education in Russia was conceived precisely so that there would appear those who in such a hu ... will sincerely believe.

          The reform of education in Russia was conceived so that people forgot how to think for themselves.

          And this is not the same thing. No question deeper. The West has introduced a similar educational system in itself a long time ago. There before our brains about ...... lost. We, fortunately, the process did not manage to go so far and the Soviet system could be returned, if there was a desire.
      2. 2С5
        2С5 1 February 2016 17: 35 New
        0
        ... we have some "typical Russians" who believe, or pretend, because they give them gingerbread for it ... I'm talking about the opposition and other liberals ...
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  5. Woodman
    Woodman 1 February 2016 09: 26 New
    +9
    Interestingly, they themselves believe in what they say? ..
    1. cniza
      cniza 1 February 2016 09: 29 New
      +6
      Quote: Lesovik
      Interestingly, they themselves believe in what they say? ..



      What for ? life without faith is simpler and easier for them, and such categories strain them, everything is measured in money - business is nothing personal.
  6. afdjhbn67
    afdjhbn67 1 February 2016 09: 27 New
    +2
    for Moscow, diplomatic etiquette is no longer required.

    if so, then somehow it doesn’t matter everything, linking it with Obama’s words - about the torn economy ...
  7. Rurikovich
    Rurikovich 1 February 2016 09: 28 New
    +5
    While the FSA and Geyropa will consider themselves "arbiters of the fate of the world," the policy of double standards will be looked at wherever possible, in order to put in place the "presumptuous" countries that have their own opinion on what is happening now.
    So there is nothing to be surprised at. How do you put them in their place? You just need to methodically defend your point of view, bring the “rulers of the world” to the surface on contradictions, just bend your line. What is built on lies will sooner or later crumble under the evidence of evidence. You just have to wait patiently. Time works for us, and for me personally, what I see is more important than what they try to tell me winkIn my opinion, this should be done at the state level.
    Power is in the truth! drinks hi
  8. black
    black 1 February 2016 09: 29 New
    10
    Yes, what etiquette is there. sir gentlemen. Therefore, we smile and slowly descend from the hill, and then the whole herd ...
  9. wandlitz
    wandlitz 1 February 2016 09: 33 New
    +6
    The West should “force” Russia to get out of Crimea.
    I wonder how the West thinks to bring this idea to life?
    Until a fig came from the West, ideological fighters with us, but everyone did not finish their life of their own free will ...
  10. FREGATENKAPITAN
    FREGATENKAPITAN 1 February 2016 09: 38 New
    +4
    K * Ketins with difficulty finding on the map of Donbass try to squeeze something out of themselves in matters of global politics and economics.
  11. Stalnov I.P.
    Stalnov I.P. 1 February 2016 09: 38 New
    +3
    Well, what can you take from this rotten, rotten west, that their FUCK, TOAD is German, Frog frog, CARTON is English, that they are better, as better as a person who supports PEDERASTOV, the whole west is simply mired in lies, juggling facts, all kinds of perversions in all forms. By the way, this is a reproach to our government, your inactivity, dullness, mediocrity and simply criminal irresponsibility to develop your country, limitless corruption is the result of activity, here YOU poke for it. It turns out they have some problems, but we have others, so we need to solve our problems quickly and decisively, enough to chew on the power of the snot. And the West as it hated us and will hate us, WE are nobody for them, so we need to relate to them.
  12. avg-mgn
    avg-mgn 1 February 2016 09: 41 New
    -2
    This "Analyst" confused the analysis of the geopolitical situation in the world with the analysis of urine from his own boss.
  13. Gormenghast
    Gormenghast 1 February 2016 09: 46 New
    10
    Ratings are fictitious. In the Chinese Dagong Global Credit Rating, Russia (and Russian companies, by the way) has a pretty decent sovereign rating.

    And the ratings of all freedoms and democracies do not interest anyone at all. This is a means of fooling rednecks.
    1. 2С5
      2С5 1 February 2016 17: 38 New
      +1
      ... any rating is compiled when certain individuals are financed by certain individuals, so talk about objectivity, and even more so, to say something to an ungrateful lesson like guessing on beans ... lol
  14. bad
    bad 1 February 2016 09: 47 New
    0
    Thus, in Russia there is something else to “suppress”, and in Belarus and Ukraine, apparently, there is nothing left.
    ..Do not wait .. which time they’re burying .. we’ll still dance at your funerals ..
  15. Michael67
    Michael67 1 February 2016 09: 48 New
    +2
    Western analysts living in countries where all conceivable and inconceivable sins are glorified, have the right to "analytically analyze" only their own rotten world of perverts.
  16. N-SKiy
    N-SKiy 1 February 2016 09: 51 New
    0
    I read and became proud, afraid of minke whales. And we believe the guarantor.
  17. KirAntiglobov
    KirAntiglobov 1 February 2016 09: 54 New
    +2
    So you read such "experts and analysts" and you begin to understand that yes, indeed, people descended from monkeys, and you just want to go up to them and kick a coconut over the head with all the foolishness ...
    1. Starley from the south
      Starley from the south 2 February 2016 00: 17 New
      0
      Quote: KirAntiglobov
      So you read such "experts and analysts" and you begin to understand that yes, indeed, people descended from monkeys, and you just want to go up to them and kick a coconut over the head with all the foolishness ...

      What are you? And according to articles from the West, it will seem that they were descended from monkeys there - well, just like the habits of monkeys! By the way, even in the 19th century, the Indians told the British that Darwin's teachings were true, all Europeans descended from monkeys, this is written in their epic "Ramayana".
  18. afrikanez
    afrikanez 1 February 2016 10: 00 New
    +3
    They carry all unproven nonsense and, most importantly, they all believe in it fool
  19. 33 Watcher
    33 Watcher 1 February 2016 10: 02 New
    +4
    Well..? Once again (159 over the past two years), "Russia is about to fall." We are waiting for the next article by the same author, about a week later, "The Russians are about to conquer the whole world."
    And I have already begun to wean from this, because I stopped reading ukro-media, and here and these, there, infectious crap, to see ...
  20. surrozh
    surrozh 1 February 2016 10: 02 New
    +1
    Analysis of articles from "Inosmi". The author kept silent about the financial flows that "for some reason rushed to Russia and the BRICS countries."
  21. Zena20298
    Zena20298 1 February 2016 10: 03 New
    +2
    What do they smoke or inhale or inject with something psychotropic? Completely divorced from reality!
    1. cap
      cap 1 February 2016 12: 04 New
      +2
      Quote: Zena20298
      What do they smoke or inhale or inject with something psychotropic? Completely divorced from reality!


      By the way. I had to spend the night on a business trip with the owner, who rented a room for one night.
      In the morning in the toilet I see a roll of toilet paper, speckled with letters of either Sumerian or Chinese characters, all 54 meters in length!
      I ask the landlord what you were trying to portray on toilet paper. The answer did not surprise me since the eyes of the owner spoke a lot.
      "... inspiration came. I wrote poetry ...".
      "... so how do you read them?"
      "... it’s good to joke pay money ..."
      I always remember this poet when it comes to ordering. The main process is underway, the content is secondary. The main thing is that there is enough money for a dose.
      For some, the content of the text is shared with the source of income, but how wonderful it is when the “poems” get into print.
    2. Starley from the south
      Starley from the south 2 February 2016 00: 22 New
      0
      Quote: Zena20298
      What do they smoke or inhale or inject with something psychotropic? Completely divorced from reality!

      You can, of course, assume that they inject some kind of nasty stuff or sniff the same ... But ... as they say, "... I knew that there are a lot of idiots on earth, but so that they could all get together in one place - this is necessary really, really try! "
  22. O. Bender
    O. Bender 1 February 2016 10: 05 New
    +3
    That's it! I'm tired of it. I’m creating an analytical agency Benderbay analyst. Together with my dog. The first publication will be on the nearest fence with the signature of the dog: OBAMA LOKH!
  23. nikkon09
    nikkon09 1 February 2016 10: 06 New
    +6
    We already know about corruption, the corrupt elite and what place we occupy. We know that they (the State Department, for example) buy officials, the elite and deputies, but let them know the people and the normal elite, which it’s a shame for them to buy the power .Our land is not only huge, but also rich, and our people not only broke the neck of fascism, but also rebuilt the destroyed cities and we were the first in space. To win one battle does not mean to win the war.
  24. Stinger
    Stinger 1 February 2016 10: 09 New
    +1
    Such analysts do not listen to anyone except themselves. They analyze only their own ideas about reality and their speculations about this. One thing in common among them is to bite Russia.
  25. Riv
    Riv 1 February 2016 10: 10 New
    0
    To write such an article, you need to eat fat from childhood and drink it with a vodka. Yes, yes, with a swab - also from childhood.
  26. BARKHAN
    BARKHAN 1 February 2016 10: 11 New
    +5
    I do not support what our leadership is doing domestically. But in foreign policy, I consider Putin to be even too soft, and not cruel, as the West sees him.
    But in the case of a buchi I’ll stand up for him. It is our business and right to change presidents and power in Russia. And to listen to criticism from the enemies of the bloody, thieves and murderers ... The lying cows that changed the story and betraying each other daily ...
    And the attempts of fools like Karpov and Kasyanov are quite touching, it’s the same as if Makarevich began to sing the anthem of Russia ... I DO NOT BELIEVE!
  27. midivan
    midivan 1 February 2016 10: 11 New
    +4
    Russians are not doing very well in Ukraine either: an expert from the American Council on Foreign Policy points out that "Russian troops" can no longer "advance" there
    from here you can no longer read, well, if so purely out of curiosity laughing laughing
  28. Seraphimamur
    Seraphimamur 1 February 2016 10: 16 New
    0
    Put a minus. How much can you suck the rubbish of stoned outcasts this edition of VO?
  29. Alex ..
    Alex .. 1 February 2016 10: 20 New
    11
    The analyst believes that President Putin has reached a “climax” in Ukraine: “Russian troops can no longer advance,”

    , we haven't started yet ..
  30. koshmarik
    koshmarik 1 February 2016 10: 24 New
    +6
    Quote: "Russia came in 153rd place, gaining 50,6 points (-1,5 points) and hitting the very tail of the list of countries whose economies are" predominantly not free "" ".
    The finely dirty, unprincipled and frankly lying political engagement of Western rating agencies is amazing. Goebels can sleep peacefully forever. Indeed, to put a country that has one of the most powerful space groups, sells rocket engines in the United States, launches into orbit. European astronauts and satellites, has the best nuclear industry in the world, the most powerful nuclear potential, the most powerful nuclear icebreaker fleet, the most powerful military-industrial complex and the best weapon in the world, etc. By the way, Russia a year ago was a member of the G-8 club, and suddenly in a year it slipped from at least 8th place to 153. So we did the right thing by creating our own rating agency.
    1. Rumata
      Rumata 1 February 2016 13: 34 New
      -4
      What does the figure 8 in the G8 have to do with this rating? Read what is meant. What is the difference to whom Russia provides taxi services to space? What is the most powerful defense industry in Russia? You here called 2-3 points in the topic, but missed the rest a couple of dozen. Economic freedom has little to do with the popularity of Kalash or s-300. You reproaches them for what you did yourself, you found a couple of points in which the RF is leading, and you turned a blind eye to the rest.
      Compare how long it takes to open a business in Switzerland and Russia, and how many organizations it controls, at what interest rates you will have to take loans, and how much will go into bribes. Here is a list of the main points on which of them Russia is ahead and they all lied? Property rights -
      Freedom from corruption
      Business freedom
      Labor Freedom
      Monetary freedom
      Fiscal freedom
      Government involvement
      Freedom to trade
      Freedom of investment
      Financial freedom
      1. Orionvit
        Orionvit 1 February 2016 16: 53 New
        +9
        Dear Rumata, when you write, please choose words. From the word "freedom", ordinary people are already sick. In general, in a normal state, there can be no "freedom" as such, because the infringement of some "freedoms" is the price we pay for the opportunity to live in the state. The degree and quantity of these "freedoms" is another question. I believe that Russia, from the point of view of an ordinary person, is the freest country, where a lot is allowed outrageously, in comparison even with Europe, where the very word "freedom" is perverted in favor of liberal "multiculturalism". By the way, if you really live in Israel, then you know how many prohibitions there are, both secular and religious.
        1. Rumata
          Rumata 1 February 2016 19: 52 New
          0
          I copied it, and did not write it myself. And about freedoms, it is clear what is meant. If in Germany, retail trade, for example, is controlled by two organizations, then in Russia there are 30, so there business is more "free" and there is no need to deal with inspections every week, but in the conditions of the Russian Federation and spend on bribes. Or, for example, fiscal freedom has nothing to do with the one you wrote about, PLATO is a vivid example of this.
          Tell us why freedom from corruption is so bad, for example? How does it fit into what you wrote above?
          1. Fat
            Fat 1 February 2016 23: 03 New
            +4
            Dear Rumata, have you been trading on the territory of the Russian Federation for a long time? What are the "30 controllers", especially in retail? Even fiscal cash registers are not required everywhere. An unscheduled check will take place if some offended buyer snitches on the seller, moreover, with evidence. Freedom from corruption = freedom from criminal elements, sorry, but both are as difficult to achieve as to throw slippers on the cloud.
          2. Oml
            Oml 2 February 2016 03: 27 New
            +1
            Ek Tolstoy did you! And what about! Actively.
      2. Idiot
        Idiot 2 February 2016 11: 57 New
        +1
        Rumate: with all the indicated freedoms you have, there is no situation anywhere in the world anywhere in the Russian Federation. We will soon free ourselves to full liberal democratic morality. You talk on the street with people who live in Russia and ask them if it’s time to tighten the screws or let go? And corruption is everywhere, even in Israel. As one famous character said (not verbatim): the ability of the state to fight crime is measured not by the number of crimes committed, but by the number of their identifications and disclosures.
      3. Idiot
        Idiot 2 February 2016 11: 57 New
        0
        Rumate: with all the indicated freedoms you have, there is no situation anywhere in the world anywhere in the Russian Federation. We will soon free ourselves to full liberal democratic morality. You talk on the street with people who live in Russia and ask them if it’s time to tighten the screws or let go? And corruption is everywhere, even in Israel. As one famous character said (not verbatim): the ability of the state to fight crime is measured not by the number of crimes committed, but by the number of their identifications and disclosures.
      4. aleksey980
        aleksey980 7 February 2016 16: 47 New
        0
        Quote: Rumata
        Compare how long it takes to open a business in Switzerland and Russia, and how many organizations it controls, at what interest rates you will have to take loans, and how much will go into bribes.

        1) I don’t know how in Switzerland (on the Internet they write that it is about 10 days), but it took me less than a week to establish a legal entity, and the same amount for my spouse.
        2) And how much should control? I downloaded the list of documents from the tax website, paid the fee, opened a temporary account for the authorized capital, rented an office, wrote a charter, wrote a statement and took it to the tax, from there the same day they called back and said that they found an inaccuracy, arrived the same day corrected, here and I gave it in three or four days (I don’t remember exactly now) the day I had already had the constituent documents in my hands, and two of those days were Saturday and Sunday (I remember that for sure).
        3) Loans - yes ... interest is such that it is easier to hang yourself. But I didn’t take them, because I’m producing not a physical product, but project documentation for construction.
        4) Stop living in the 90s. Of course, at the opening of a large production, there are those who demand everywhere but they, in most cases, can be sent to hell, and this is far from everywhere.
  31. kolobok63
    kolobok63 1 February 2016 10: 31 New
    -1
    Quote: cniza
    The article is pure propaganda and looks like authorship of ukroexperts.

    Americans haven’t reached this point yet lol but soon, the experts had a hand in it! hi
  32. natakor1949
    natakor1949 1 February 2016 10: 34 New
    +5
    A neighbor came from Fashington last week and told us that the entire "electorate" there believes that their Moor is eating kids from the Middle East for the night, and his wife is a transvestite in general, it's wonderful! All this is tantamount to accusing our President of corruption. Siberia Russian with its riches does not give rest? Is Putin's independent policy pissed off? Kasyanov has already promised to distribute everything to everyone if he becomes president. Oh well. D.E.B.I.L.Y.
  33. Ros 56
    Ros 56 1 February 2016 10: 46 New
    +3
    These pugs remind me of a skier on asphalt, but with a slight adjustment, and skis do not go, and I, f ... th. shorter than 2 in one. In general, analysts speak about nothing, this has all happened more than once. Everything in Russia is different, we are, we are. Debiloids, they have a national debt of under 20 billion. What are they talking about. This whole pomp of the striped ones rests on the inertia of the thinking of the whole world, about the so-called power of the states. It is worth giving them in the face, all this arrogant husk will fly off them instantly. They know that no one in the world except Russia will give them a kick, so they behave like the last boors in a tavern. But the clowns forget one Russian proverb - "Russians harness for a long time, but they drive fast." Everything has its time.
    1. 2С5
      2С5 1 February 2016 17: 43 New
      0
      Debiloids, they have a public debt of 20 billion.

      ... but exclusively the largest in the world laughing
      1. vladafer
        vladafer 3 February 2016 17: 56 New
        +1
        Little mistake ... about 20 trillion green candy wrappers lol
  34. shinobi
    shinobi 1 February 2016 10: 48 New
    +1
    Again, old songs about the main thing. Well, yes, the elections are coming soon.
  35. Damask
    Damask 1 February 2016 10: 51 New
    +3
    The time will come and we will hold a referendum on Brighton Beach, and we will return Alaska, and we will send blacks to Africa, and most importantly, to give the land to the native Indians and return the Anglo-Saxons back to Europe wink
    1. bodzu
      bodzu 2 February 2016 03: 40 New
      +1
      Great thoughts colleague
  36. atamankko
    atamankko 1 February 2016 10: 57 New
    +1
    For lack of a cook, they sleep with a janitor - these are the USA and the EU.
  37. ketanov1980
    ketanov1980 1 February 2016 11: 01 New
    +4
    Western countries have gone from reality. Their desire to remove Russia and Putin from the world stage soaks up a schizophrenia attack. Of all world leaders, only Putin is adequate.
    1. chikenous59
      chikenous59 1 February 2016 11: 07 New
      -2
      Quote: ketanov1980
      Western countries have gone from reality. Their desire to remove Russia and Putin from the world stage soaks up a schizophrenia attack. Of all world leaders, only Putin is adequate.

      What a good connoisseur of politicians you are) Apparently familiar with all the leaders from 197 countries.
      I am very alarmed by the statement that Putin is adequate, and the remaining 196 leaders are not. It does not happen in this world.
      You just have to shout "Hurray".
  38. chikenous59
    chikenous59 1 February 2016 11: 03 New
    0
    Analysts believe that the change in investor sentiment suggests "the volatile nature of emerging markets and the world." He also recalls that high-tech services are in the foreground, but commodity trading is fading into the background.

    Strange of course. And if there is no gas, oil, coal, how will high-tech production work ??
    1. Fat
      Fat 1 February 2016 23: 22 New
      0
      Quote: chikenous59
      Strange of course. And if there is no gas, oil, coal, how will high-tech production work ??

      Here is a "high-tech" worker grabbing a big mac, printed on a 3D printer for lunch, drinking tinted orthophosphoric acid and inspiringly sits at the keyboard of a high-tech "machine". Strange ...
    2. bodzu
      bodzu 2 February 2016 03: 49 New
      0
      The desire for more comfort requires the consumption of more resources. For example, the SGA does not pay for this comfort but only promise. So soon the unit of energy and pure water will become the most expensive. All this raw material in the end.
  39. triglav
    triglav 1 February 2016 11: 07 New
    +2
    All of these “Heritage Foundation” and “The Wall Street Journal” are a solid order. Yes, even in the 1500th place, flock to Russia. Ugh on you! Take care of your countries, but do not meddle with us. Let Kasyanov lick your asses: he’s no good at anything else. But for a long time we had to be puzzled by our different funds and agencies: and give information opposite to the Western one. Russia in the global list is 1-2 places, and all the USA and their lackeys, respectively, are 100-150th. And launch it all into the world masses. Let them twitch. Our people are accustomed to all sorts of nonsense and no longer reacts. And their people believe everything. So let them enjoy ...
    1. Rumata
      Rumata 1 February 2016 13: 43 New
      -8
      Such a rating, to the evil of the West, will be laughed at even in Russia. In Korea it was already, the world champions in football, overtook everything almost dry, but this had nothing to do with reality. In such ratings there is an analysis of data, you can disagree with it, but the Russian Federation will not move up the list, on what basis? How do you explain that agriculture in Russia is better than European where there is a huge state participation, good subsidies and excellent results. Write "because Putin"? This works only in the Russian Federation and only in the circle of quilted jackets ...
      Instead of agreeing that there are serious problems, some kind of choir of urapatriots, Obama, Russia is better than all, we bang them !! Circus...
  40. evil partisan
    evil partisan 1 February 2016 11: 13 New
    +4
    Thank you so much to the author hi . I am amazed at his patience and willpower. Delving into this what ... uh ... specific substate repeat, like InoSMI, in order to identify at least something usable among outright weeds - this is almost a feat. yes
  41. Fitter65
    Fitter65 1 February 2016 11: 15 New
    +4
    . After all, Brighton Beach (a district of New York), where many Russian emigrants live, does not occur to anyone to call it part of Russia.
    Well, for now, yes, not to Brighton Beach, we’ll scoop up a little with our daily affairs, and there you can think about the referendum on Brighton Beach ...
  42. mikh-korsakov
    mikh-korsakov 1 February 2016 11: 23 New
    0
    Well, okay, Mr. Chuvakin has diligently collected reviews that demean Russia about Russia and about Putin as the devil. In these reviews, they perfectly explained to us why, although Putin did not save money, he is still a corrupt person, because he patronizes the businessmen who support him. Therefore, I must note that although according to the writings of "Western analysts" for which they receive their royalties (their true views are of no interest to anyone), Putin still does not have one sin (the sin of masochism). By the way, Mr. Chuvakin. Do you think it is corrupt that Obama got to the White House and brought with him the whole "Chicago area"? But after reading this article, you involuntarily ask yourself questions to Chuvakin, what should we do with all this? Or the fact that an information war was declared against us for Chuvakin news - it does not seem that he has already published many articles with similar views. And does he himself believe in the nonsense that he brought to the Russian public. Someone, having read all this without comment, will exclaim - well, I told you ...
    1. Idiot
      Idiot 2 February 2016 12: 03 New
      +1
      Browser O. Chuvakin gives you an overview of the Western press, the works of which you have no opportunity or lack of time to familiarize yourself with. A man does his job well and correctly does that he does not choose laudatory articles. The enemy must be known in person.
  43. ketanov1980
    ketanov1980 1 February 2016 11: 29 New
    +2
    I meant the leaders of Western Europe and North America. And it’s too early to shout cheers. Russia is still half bent. Putin’s work is higher than the roof.
  44. Gardamir
    Gardamir 1 February 2016 11: 30 New
    +4
    Hmm. Glory to Yeltsin and Putin for their oversimplified education. The people have completely forgotten how to use brains. You are constantly taken away from real affairs in our country. Either Krajina, then Syria, then Turkey. Constantly some stuffing that someone in America said. Lyuyuudi, you also discuss neighbors all day at home? Who cares who said what?
    My country is Russia and I am interested. what the president, the government does and says. Duma because my life depends on it. And I absolutely do not care what Obama, Erdogan says, is unlikely to greatly affect my life. But what the president wants to see in the government of Kudrin and Gref is what worries me. The fact that today the president by his decree has forgiven the debt of Mongolia is a concern. And the fact that someone = somewhere, well, this is ridiculous. People respect yourself, stop reading and discussing such stuffing!
  45. Vega
    Vega 1 February 2016 11: 38 New
    +1
    Another hysterical pamphlet. I remember in France and mocked the Prophet Mohamed, the result is Islamists throughout Europe! Before they played "big" politics, but everything is not enough, of course the big money does not affect much of what happened, the rest ...
  46. Mikhail Krapivin
    Mikhail Krapivin 1 February 2016 11: 58 New
    +2
    How such "experts" on Russia touch me! They cannot find Russia on the map, but they only saw Russians on TV. But everyone knows about us and now they will explain to us how we need to live.
  47. uskrabut
    uskrabut 1 February 2016 12: 03 New
    +1
    Naglosaksovsky gopnik praise only those who work against Russia. A bunch of examples, including recent ones. Remember who the West has praised lately. And the fact that the West criticizes Putin is only one thing: Putin is for a strong and independent Russia.
    1. Gardamir
      Gardamir 1 February 2016 12: 38 New
      -3
      Putin for a strong and independent Russia.
      Did he tell you that? Judge by his deeds, and not by such articles. Of course you can wait, but Putin and not Chubais will privatize Aeroflot, Rostelecom, Rosneft, Transneft, Sovcomflot. And you won’t even be given vouchers.
      1. Gardamir
        Gardamir 1 February 2016 16: 24 New
        0
        And you won’t even be given vouchers.
        Judging by the growing cons, many rely on vouchers. Then you have a new joke. today.
        Gospodar Vladimir found out that on the Moscow-Piterburkh toll highway there are merciless extortions from all passing by. And then the ruler exclaimed: "How is it, here you are not here, because here you are not here." And now it was not far off how the bolyarins sat down for matins, that they were responsible for the extortions, he uttered. - Well, gentleman, from February 4 to April, we will make different levies on some sections of this road.
        And thus he sent the president on a hiking trip. And it offends me for the president, he gives instructions, and those who have to carry out are ignored.
  48. 72jora72
    72jora72 1 February 2016 12: 27 New
    +1
    Article bullshit, there’s even nothing to analyze.
  49. Heinrich ruppert
    Heinrich ruppert 1 February 2016 13: 45 New
    +8
    I bring all the members of the forum. drinks
    Oleg, my friend, as always, your collections on the spot.
    I would like to stick the whole patch on the BRICS. I'm wondering why "all smart" think that Brix is ​​dead. They base their conclusions on the fact that Soros withdrew 800 million from this fund, so this is the normal movement of capital from one place to another. In which "is currently on fire" And this is the election race in the Washington Regional Committee. Full confusion "knock down" each other in order to grab lucrative contracts. In this case, a contract for a trillion is being played, and for this pie there are many who live to bite off a larger piece.
    That oil prices fell. So this is the Saudis with Amers "mutuzili" each other. The first ones were "cutting down" the oil shale market. And the latter "ripped" the Saudis. They "wrestled" from them a certain number of shares in the dining Arab company. As a result, both bit their own asses. So there is not enough money. I had to take it from Soros. And he himself does not mind stirring up in a barrel and filling it up.
    As the money was withdrawn, they will be thrown back. Russia and Venezuela are too "tasty" morsels to not bite from "these pies". The rest is all zvizdyzh.
    1. atalef
      atalef 1 February 2016 13: 53 New
      -3
      Quote: Heinrich Ruppert
      I would like to stick the whole patch on the BRICS. I'm wondering why "all smart" think that brix is ​​dead

      Can you somehow confirm his work?
      Quote: Heinrich Ruppert
      this fund is 800 million, so this is the normal movement of capital from one place to another. In which "is currently on fire" And this is the election race in the Washington Regional Committee

      Leave nonsense, Soros on the drum race or not. He makes money, and if all the funds (and not only Soros) raised money from the BRICS, then there is certainly nothing to catch
      BRICS funds fell to 100 million. dollars.

      Quote: Heinrich Ruppert
      That oil prices fell. So this is the Saudis with Amers "mutuzili" each other. The first ones were "cutting down" the oil shale market. And the latter "ripped" the Saudis. They "wrestled" from them a certain number of shares in the dining Arab company

      That's a storyteller - Saudi Oil Company is not a joint stock company
      Quote: Heinrich Ruppert
      That's not enough money. I had to take from Soros

      I'm not saying that Soros does not have his own money, but 800 million. Bucks Is That That Will Save America? laughing , and from what?
      Quote: Heinrich Ruppert
      As the money was withdrawn, they will be thrown back. Russia and Venezuela are too "tasty" morsels to not bite from "these pies". The rest is all zvizdyzh

      Going crazy is an alternative universe.
      1. Heinrich ruppert
        Heinrich ruppert 1 February 2016 14: 33 New
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        Quote: atalef

        Can you somehow confirm his work?

        Do you have a death certificate?
        Quote: atalef
        BRICS funds fell to 100 million. dollars.

        It’s not for me to explain how they fill up quickly. Or what they wanted to say.
        Quote: atalef
        That's a storyteller - Saudi Oil Company is not a joint stock company

        Sorry, my mistake didn’t put the stock in quotes. Which through credit have direct leverage.


        Quote: atalef
        I'm not saying that Soros does not have his own money, but 800 million. Bucks Is That That Will Save America? , and from what?

        \\\ and if you carefully read my comment and see why. And it turns out the Chukchi writer and not the reader
        Quote: atalef
        Going crazy is an alternative universe.

        I don’t know about the alternative, but in reality, for making money, it suits well. And the most parasitic gives income.
        1. atalef
          atalef 1 February 2016 14: 45 New
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          Quote: Heinrich Ruppert
          Do you have a death certificate?

          Sometimes oblivion is worse than death

          Quote: Heinrich Ruppert
          It’s not for me to explain how they fill up quickly. Or what they wanted to say

          The fact that in 10 years yielded nothing. the only thing I want to say
          Quote: Heinrich Ruppert
          Sorry, my mistake didn’t put the stock in quotes. Which through credit have direct leverage.

          Unscramble
          Quote: Heinrich Ruppert
          and if you carefully read my comment and see why. And it turns out the Chukchi writer and not the reader


          I know how to read, so why would he pull other people's money and invest, where 7 Obama is not re-elected, oops
          Quote: Heinrich Ruppert
          I don’t know about the alternative, but in reality, for making money, it suits well

          On what ? At BRICS? parallel money in an alternative universe
          Quote: Heinrich Ruppert
          And the most parasitic gives income.

          I invested in BRICS 3 3-5 years ago, when it was possible to remove foams. on the rise of China and Brazil --- not a laugh now, no income.
          Or name the fund, I’ll check.
          1. Heinrich ruppert
            Heinrich ruppert 1 February 2016 15: 48 New
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            Quote: atalef
            Sometimes oblivion is worse than death

            Oblivion? I understand this a little differently. Temporary suspension. It is not known which particular security forces in America will prevail and for how long. Then when it becomes clear that new investments and new things will go and then you can again
            Quote: atalef
            I invested in BRICS 3 3-5 years ago, when it was possible to remove foams

            Quote: atalef
            The fact that in 10 years yielded nothing

            You know these two of your degenerations do not fit together. It gave and not bad.
            Quote: atalef
            Unscramble

            By this, I meant participating in the sharing of profits of Saudi Aramiko. Now the Saudis have taken money from the Amers and they are swinging the rights. And before, it was the other way round Americans took money from the Saudis.
            Quote: atalef
            I know how to read, so why would he pull other people's money and invest, where 7 Obama is not re-elected, oops

            So I about it, in America it is not known what security officials will refuel
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      2. Idiot
        Idiot 2 February 2016 12: 16 New
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        Atalefu: BRICS is not a Russian word, as Vladimir Putin once said about the mafia, which supposedly rules the country. There is a geopolitical fuss, Russia is being squeezed in the world market, it is looking for alternative options, in fact, everyone, even Israel, is engaged in this. Whether BRICS will remain or not is not important. The USSR lived under sanctions all the time of its existence, you won’t believe it, but before the Great Patriotic War, economic growth was 30% (!) Per year, an industrial enterprise was put into operation every 7 hours, it was expected that by the fifties the population of the USSR would amount to 700 million. person. With sanctions, the absence of external investment, the absolute closeness of our market to Western and other commercial structures. By the way, they helped you become a sovereign state (what will begin now!) By sending why the opinion of the Anglo-Saxons on this matter ...
  50. Weaving
    Weaving 1 February 2016 14: 15 New
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    I read up to 1/5 of the article, then west, this west, lost interest ....