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Project "ZZ". “Self-isolated” and “preparing for the worst”?

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US Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew explained something about sanctions against Russia. According to him, restrictive measures are powerful political weaponaimed at "centers of power in which solutions are developed." Deputy Assistant to the President of the United States for National Security Ben Rhodes gave a comment of a different kind: he spoke about Russia's decision to skip the international summit on nuclear security. He believes that Russia "isolates itself." European analysts, meanwhile, are predicting that Moscow will reduce military and social spending amid a decline in the oil industry. However, there is a plus: the Syrian campaign may lead to an increase in sales on the world market of Russian weapons.


The US sanctions imposed on Russia are aimed at "the power centers where decisions are made," the head of the US Treasury Department, Jacob Liu, said, "Lenta.ru" with reference to Reuters.

According to him, restrictive measures are powerful political weapons. “We should not hesitate in applying sanctions because they slow down economic growth,” Mr. Lew believes.

Recently, before the second anniversary of the annexation of the Crimea to Russia, US Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland allowed the introduction of new sanctions against Russia. The fact is that the White House, in her words, "will never recognize the occupation of the Crimea and its entry into Russia, and the sanctions will remain." In addition, the US is "concerned about human rights in Crimea, especially minorities."

The US is also worried about something else, not in the Crimea anymore.

Ben Rhodes, Deputy Assistant to the President of the United States for National Security Affairs, spoke out sharply about Russia's decision to miss the March 31 - April 1 International Nuclear Security Summit in Washington.

“We believe that for Russia this refusal is a lost opportunity to discuss important things. All she does is isolate herself from discussing these topics, ”the newspaper quotes Rhodes. "Sight".

Recall that in February 2016, Deputy Foreign Minister of Russia Sergei Ryabkov said that the continuation of the Russian-American negotiations on the reduction of nuclear weapons is excluded. is he stressedthat negotiations can be continued if “Moscow’s concern and priorities are taken into account”.

German edition "The Huffington Post" Lennart Pfahler published an article about the crisis in Russia and the expected “Putin’s little decision” that could change the balance of power in the world.


Screenshot: www.huffingtonpost.de


The Kremlin has "signaled" recently about its concern about the growing crisis in the country. In January, 2016, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev at the economic forum warned: "If the price of oil continues to fall, we will have to prepare for the worst."

However, the “worst” that Medvedev declared did not happen. Oil prices since mid-January rose almost to 40 dollars per barrel. Yet it is clear, the author notes: the Russian economy is in a deep crisis.

What is the solution found the Kremlin?

The treasury will fill the additional tax, which will pay the oil industry.

Russia is very dependent on trade in raw materials, and the fact that Putin, from 2001, has been saying in his speeches about the "state of the nation" and "diversification of the economy", brings "little benefit."

Half of Russia's tax revenues continue to come from the oil and gas industry, Pfaler writes. And, as soon as oil prices begin to fall again, a “hole appears” in the Kremlin’s treasury.

Russia's gross domestic product fell by 3,7 percent last year, reminds the analyst. American experts have already counted everything. Recently, the New York Times analyzed exactly how the decline in oil prices affects the Russian economy.

When the price of oil was at the level of 100 dollars per barrel, about 74 dollars went in taxes to the state, about 15 dollars were eaten up by production and transportation. As a result, the share of the profits of the oil company remained 11 dollars.

And now, if you count at the price of a barrel in 35 dollars, then all 17 dollars go to the state. The company remains only three dollars of profit per barrel sold.

But the oil industry needs to develop new fields, they need large investments. It is necessary to develop the potential for deep-sea exploration and development of deposits in shale.

Additional taxation can lead to paralysis of the industry, the author believes.

Mikhail I. Krutikhin, an analyst at RusEnergy (Mikhail I. Krutikhin, Energie-Analyst bei RusEnergy), told the New York Times: "No one will invest in these projects because they will pay off only in 10 years."

The German author concludes: Russia is facing political ordeal.

The new tax threatens a massive reduction in production and profitability of the oil industry to 2035 year. President Putin is facing a difficult decision: either he will reduce the military budget (which was almost 2014 billion dollars in 85), or he will reduce the low social spending.

Both points meanwhile are very significant for Putin's policy. Social spending provides him with the support of the population, and military spending supports Russia's claims to the role of a real world power, which is an important prerequisite for a positive assessment of Putin’s activities by the Russian elite and the people.

Therefore, the economic crisis may be for Putin "the decisive test." Civil unrest seems unlikely to the author of the article, but the Kremlin needs to temper its “foreign ambitions”. But is it possible that this is what the Russian president will do?

Lennart Pfahler, who interrupted the article with a question, clearly doubts this.

Meanwhile, Western experts have discovered a new potential source of income for the Kremlin.

It is believed that the Syrian campaign could lead to an increase in sales of Russian weapons on the world market.

Damien Sharkov in the magazine "Newseek" (European edition) writes that Russia can get much more money than it spent on its military campaign in Syria, if the “marketing effect” works, and arms sales from Russia increase on the world market. New deals may be multi-billion, as reported by the business Russian newspaper Kommersant.

President Vladimir Putin himself estimated the cost of the campaign in Syria at 480 million dollars (currently).

According to Kommersant, by the end of 2016, Russia could have received an additional $ 7 billion for the sale of new types of weapons that were used in the Syrian conflict, as well as for the repair of military equipment.

Officials responsible for the development of armaments in the Russian Federation hope that the Syrian campaign has provided a good demonstration of a whole range of armaments and may attract potential buyers.

There is every reason for such hopes. Russians have sold their weapons well before (under Putin). The article notes that since Putin returned to the Kremlin in 2012, there has been a "sharp increase in sales of Russian weapons." Over the past five years, the volume of arms sales by the state has increased by 28% (data from the International Peace Research Institute, Stockholm). Last January, Putin promised to further expand the role of Russia as a global arms supplier.

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Mr. Jacob Lew, acting under Mr. Obama in the role of finance minister, and hence in the role of a person directly in charge of sanctions policy issues regarding Russia and other countries that the US is “punishing”, recognized restrictive measures as “powerful political weapons”. He believes that this weapon beats not the peoples of the "sanctioned" countries, but the "centers of power where decisions are made." Lew, as we think, manipulates public consciousness, because the “centers of power” in the Russian Federation feel great and have popular support (see Putin and Medvedev ratings), but the people have a hard time with price increases in the country.

But a major American official cannot publicly admit that the goal of sanctions pressure is to create dissatisfaction with the power of the Russian people. The White House (and at the same time the Congress with its many “friends of Russia”) is undoubtedly inhabited by soft and fluffy politicians who are completely Russians who want good things. Ukrainians, they also wanted good and even fed them free rolls and cookies.

Deputy Assistant to the President of the United States for National Security Ben Rhodes is confident that Russia itself “isolates itself”, and European analysts suggest that Putin abandon his chosen foreign policy line simply because there is not enough money in the treasury. At the same time, they don’t believe that Putin will heed their advice. And they do not rightly believe: Putin, instead of oil, is going to sell weapons. And such trade is always an element of foreign policy, gentlemen.
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  1. The black
    The black 30 March 2016 08: 48
    +45
    It's time to stop launching and removing American astronauts from the ISS, selling them rocket engines and titanium for Boeing production, so that the "centers of power that make decisions" in Tanya also think a little ... And it's time to give up the dollar in calculations.
    1. SRC P-15
      SRC P-15 30 March 2016 08: 53
      +51
      US Assistant Secretary of State for National Security Ben Rhodes is confident that Russia is "isolating itself"

      Yes, Russia is trying with all its might to isolate itself from Western lawlessness, from lies and rudeness from the West, from hypocrisy and permissiveness. In this Russia, the West is out of the way!
      1. 79807420129
        79807420129 30 March 2016 09: 31
        +29
        He believes that Russia "isolates itself"

        Well, yes, yes, it’s probably that Kerry asked for a meeting, and at the same time he asked for Shtanmeier, well, don’t tell my cat, la isolation, the insulators in the Kremlin are in line, probably behind the insulating tape. fellow
        1. cniza
          cniza 30 March 2016 09: 34
          +13
          They sacredly believe in their mantras and cannot imagine that the picture of the world has changed, and they are looking at an old photograph.
          1. Thrall
            Thrall 30 March 2016 09: 55
            +13
            If the president of the country that introduced the sanctions after lifting them tries to dissolve their hands, they rise up.
            In our case, it will be a painful technique smile
          2. Xsanchez
            Xsanchez 30 March 2016 14: 43
            +4
            Indeed, the picture of the world, albeit slowly, is changing. But it becomes scary for where these "players" can lead. Now they report on the news that the states are withdrawing their military, military equipment, officials, tourists and just their citizens from Turkey ... Do they know something that Erdogan is planning something, or us, or the states? After all, these movements are not without reason.
        2. The comment was deleted.
        3. neo.
          neo. 30 March 2016 12: 45
          +7
          Quote: 79807420129
          Russia "isolates itself"

          For them we are harsh Russian masochists.
          Even in the bathhouse, we broom ourselves with brooms. laughing
          1. V.ic
            V.ic 30 March 2016 12: 56
            +3
            Quote: neo.
            Even in the bathhouse, we broom ourselves with brooms.

            What Russian helloОin then the German is death.
      2. Vend
        Vend 30 March 2016 09: 46
        +12
        Quote: SRC P-15
        US Assistant Secretary of State for National Security Ben Rhodes is confident that Russia is "isolating itself"

        Yes, Russia is trying with all its might to isolate itself from Western lawlessness, from lies and rudeness from the West, from hypocrisy and permissiveness. In this Russia, the West is out of the way!

        It can be seen in the understanding of the United States that after the sanctions, Russia had to immediately change its policy and run half-bent to the United States with the question of what should we do? US policy has led to the isolation of Russia from the inadequate Western world and its hangers-on. We continue to work with the rest of the world.
      3. Zoldat_A
        Zoldat_A 30 March 2016 09: 55
        +27
        Quote: SRC P-15
        US Assistant Secretary of State for National Security Ben Rhodes is confident that Russia is "isolating itself"

        Yes, Russia is trying with all its might to isolate itself from Western lawlessness, from lies and rudeness from the West, from hypocrisy and permissiveness. In this Russia, the West is out of the way!

        The White House, in her words, “never does not recognize the occupation of Crimea and its entry into Russiaand the sanctions will remain "
        Let me remind you of recent, by historical standards, history.

        1918 year, July. The American authorities denied a visa to the RSFSR ambassador Krasin. Legal gap in diplomatic relations.
        1918 year, August. Breaking diplomatic relations.
        1919 year, November. Conclusion of contracts for the supply of 1mln tons of grain to Russia and for the sale of Baku oil in the USA. The official US policy is the complete non-recognition of Soviet Russia.
        1926 year, December. The United States refused the USSR proposal for the settlement of diplomatic relations.
        1932 year. In the US economic crisis, more than 17 million unemployed (about 43% of the working age population at that time).
        1933 year. In the United States, more than 1 million signatures have been collected under the petition for the restoration of diplomatic relations with Russia.
        1933 year, July. US Secretary of State C.Hall refused to discuss in London with the People's Commissar for Foreign Affairs M. Litvinov the issue of restoring diplomatic relations.
        1933 year, November 16. US President F. D. Roosevelt notified the head of the Soviet delegation of the US readiness to restore diplomatic relations. Then he said that he had always doubted the moral right of America to demand royal debts and the possibility of justifying US intervention in Russia.

        From 1918 to 1933, the United States doubted whether there was such a country - the USSR, whether there was democracy there, and whether it was possible to talk to them. Only loot in Russia did not hesitate to cut a single gram. A. Hammer alone who came to Russia and who he became! And all this time they were still screaming like our Yavlinsky: "No, I can't accept that!"

        "NEVER SAY NEVER" Not we, mind you, came up with ... Auntie Nuland apparently does not know about this ....
        1. Cap.Morgan
          Cap.Morgan 30 March 2016 11: 17
          -18%
          Quote: Zoldat_A
          Quote: SRC P-15
          US Assistant Secretary of State for National Security Ben Rhodes is confident that Russia is "isolating itself"

          Yes, Russia is trying with all its might to isolate itself from Western lawlessness, from lies and rudeness from the West, from hypocrisy and permissiveness. In this Russia, the West is out of the way!

          The White House, in her words, “never does not recognize the occupation of Crimea and its entry into Russiaand the sanctions will remain "
          Let me remind you of recent, by historical standards, history.

          1918 year, July. The American authorities denied a visa to the RSFSR ambassador Krasin. Legal gap in diplomatic relations.
          1918 year, August. Breaking diplomatic relations.
          1919 year, November. Conclusion of contracts for the supply of 1mln tons of grain to Russia and for the sale of Baku oil in the USA. The official US policy is the complete non-recognition of Soviet Russia.
          1926 year, December. The United States refused the USSR proposal for the settlement of diplomatic relations.
          1932 year. In the US economic crisis, more than 17 million unemployed (about 43% of the working age population at that time).
          1933 year. In the United States, more than 1 million signatures have been collected under the petition for the restoration of diplomatic relations with Russia.
          1933 year, July. US Secretary of State C.Hall refused to discuss in London with the People's Commissar for Foreign Affairs M. Litvinov the issue of restoring diplomatic relations.
          1933 year, November 16. US President F. D. Roosevelt notified the head of the Soviet delegation of the US readiness to restore diplomatic relations. Then he said that he had always doubted the moral right of America to demand royal debts and the possibility of justifying US intervention in Russia.

          From 1918 to 1933, the United States doubted whether there was such a country - the USSR, whether there was democracy there, and whether it was possible to talk to them. Only loot in Russia did not hesitate to cut a single gram. A. Hammer alone who came to Russia and who he became! And all this time they were still screaming like our Yavlinsky: "No, I can't accept that!"

          "NEVER SAY NEVER" Not we, mind you, came up with ... Auntie Nuland apparently does not know about this ....

          Tell me, did you know what the population of the USA was during the described period?
          130 million.
          How does 17 of millions of unemployed turn into 43% of able-bodied people?
          Is there that xnumx million disabled?
          Do you know who built it and when
          Car factory in Nizhny Novgorod
          Automobile Plant in Moscow ZiL (Autocar)
          Tractor in Stalingrad
          Who put the turbines on the Dnieper, or do you think they were riveted on the knee in the Kremlin?
          Who sold the technology? Who worked in the extractive industry?
          Tank BT - 2, aka 5 and 7?
          Motors, including Liberty?
          And much, much, much more .....
          Who did all this? What kind of wizard?
          What was the breakdown of diplomatic relations then?
          The fact that it was not necessary to keep a crowd of parasites at the embassy in Washington?
          1. Zoldat_A
            Zoldat_A 30 March 2016 12: 25
            +28
            Quote: Cap.Morgan
            Tell me, did you know what the population of the USA was during the described period?
            130 million.
            How does 17 of millions of unemployed turn into 43% of able-bodied people?
            Is there that xnumx million disabled?

            Unfortunately, I cannot find the source where 43% came from. But the fact that in 1933 year 17 million unemployed and now found. And interest ... Excuse me, at what age did you survive our 90? I am at the age of not yet an old military pensioner. So here in 90 we had maximum unemployment (according to various sources) from 7 to 9 millions. Not 17! With a comparable population. That's why I wrote about the American 17 millions, because I remember about our 7-9. Was it fun for us in 90? Now think about 17 and make sense - what difference does it make, how much is it in percent.

            And, excuse me, please, you were not taught at school to choose the main thing from the text? The main thing in my commentary, which you, dear Alexander, quoted in full, is that at the beginning and at the end of my chronology in bold... In the middle - a text showing the USSR's desire to establish diplomatic relations and the US's unwillingness to establish them. And it also says that this did not prevent America from trading with us, using various subterfuges, from there and everything that you listed in the list, including the Liberty engines.

            And diplomatic relations are established not to feed the crowd of loafers at the embassy, ​​but to officially, without circumventing maneuvers and hypocrisy, to trade and to resolve the issues at the highest level. They will tell you this in any computer strategy.

            And absolutely the whole quintessence of my comment, which you have so blasted so objectively and skillfully, consists of two phrases
            The White House, she said “Never recognizes the occupation of Crimea and its entry into Russiaand the sanctions will remain "
            и
            "NEVER SAY NEVER" Not we, mind you, came up with ... Auntie Nuland apparently does not know about this ....
            Monosodium glutamate is said to negatively affect one's ability to concentrate. Take a look at nutrition ... hi hi

            And further. The desire to cling to the words in the commentary, slander every line, but without seeing the meaning of the commentary, you, dear Alexander, inspire me with longing for our Israeli colleagues here at VO. They can do this very well, congratulations - you are their worthy student.

            That's all. G.ovn .. Os .. there will be no doctor. hi
          2. V.ic
            V.ic 30 March 2016 13: 08
            +5
            Quote: Cap.Morgan
            Do you know who built it and when
            Car factory in Nizhny Novgorod
            Automobile Plant in Moscow ZiL (Autocar)
            Tractor in Stalingrad
            Who put the turbines on the Dnieper, or do you think they were riveted on the knee in the Kremlin?
            Who sold the technology?

            Something was not observed arriving from the USA, excavators, bricklayers, concrete workers. Technical personnel "from there": yes there were, and no one denies it.
            Quote: Cap.Morgan
            Tank BT - 2, aka 5 and 7?

            BT - 2? Was that what it was called? I thought it was a Christie sold as a tractor.
            Quote: Cap.Morgan
            And much, much, much more ...

            And all for hard currency and "despicable" yellow metal ...
            For self-enlightenment try reading Woody Guthrie's The Train Rushing To Glory. This was written by an American, about Americans, about that famous world crisis / only in the USA /.
            Find in the search engine the famous quote by Frank Roosevelt about a large country on the edge of the world with which the USA has no diplomatic relations.
            1. voyaka uh
              voyaka uh 30 March 2016 14: 26
              0
              "Something was not observed arriving from the USA, excavators, bricklayers,
              concrete workers "///

              You do not understand: the USA built more than 1 plants in the 500st Five-Year Plan
              in the USSR, including - almost all - the largest and almost all defense. Factories came disassembled, including supports, roofs, machine tools, light bulbs - that's all. And of course, complete sets of drawings for motors, tractors, planes, combines.
              If you google it you will understand: "architect KAN Albert"
              "During its activity in the USSR (until the middle of 1932), orders for the design and construction of more than 530 factories were completed and about 4 thousand architects and engineers were trained. Among the projects completed by the company is a tractor plant. Stalingrad (April 1929), automobile plants in Nizhniy Novgorod (May 1929) and Moscow (built in 1933), airports in Tomsk and Kramatorsk, steel plant and rolling mill in Magnitogorsk, etc. "
              1. V.ic
                V.ic 30 March 2016 14: 58
                +5
                Quote: voyaka uh
                You do not understand: USA built

                IN THE USA fired equipment and components for the construction of enterprises in the USSR.
              2. Corporal Valera
                Corporal Valera 31 March 2016 01: 43
                0
                Quote: voyaka uh
                You do not understand: the USA built more than 1 plants in the 500st Five-Year Plan

                Why should there be little things, just say that the USA built the USSR? And we, so, stood aside.
          3. Alex 1972
            Alex 1972 30 March 2016 13: 09
            +6
            Quote: Cap.Morgan
            130 million.
            How does 17 of millions of unemployed turn into 43% of able-bodied people?

            Drop children and old people, well, roughly, that's 60%.
            About 50 lyamas remain.
            Well, a man rudely calculated, but the order of numbers looks like the truth.
            1. Zoldat_A
              Zoldat_A 30 March 2016 20: 11
              +2
              Quote: Alexey 1972
              Well, a man rudely calculated, but the order of numbers looks like the truth.

              I didn’t think it took the printed numbers. The source probably had some kind of crap with interest. God be with them, with interest! The main thing - 17 million unemployed! That's what it was all about to describe the American happiness of 1933 year. And it wasn’t the numbers - Alexander flew into my comment as if he were hungry for okroshka, but what he wrote about did not understand ... That's the trouble ... hi
              1. bertgolz
                bertgolz 30 March 2016 22: 57
                +2
                official statistics
                1. Zoldat_A
                  Zoldat_A 31 March 2016 02: 20
                  +2
                  Quote: bertgolz
                  official statistics

                  What matters is not an absolute figure, but a trend that reflects the American economy. And tsifirki - choose which ones you like
                  In the spring of 1932, the number of unemployed reached 12,5 million people (10% of the total population). The peak fell on the beginning of the year 1933when unemployed in america was 16 million human.
                  ,
                  According to the Association for the Study of Labor Problems, the number of unemployed in the United States by the beginning of 1933 amounted to 16,9 million
                  ,
                  The unemployment rate in 1932 year increased to 23,6%. For more than three years since the crisis began, they lost their jobs over 13 million the americans.
                  ,
                  number of unemployed among the working population by 1933 year reached 85%, and their number exceeded 13 million people
                  As you can see, special accuracy in numbers in the context is not important, and it is hardly possible to establish this figure accurately (latent unemployment, seasonal, etc.). hi
      4. _my opinion
        _my opinion 30 March 2016 12: 38
        +4
        Quote: SRC P-15
        US Assistant Secretary of State for National Security Ben Rhodes is confident that Russia is "isolating itself"

        Yes, Russia is trying with all its might to isolate itself from Western lawlessness, from lies and rudeness from the West, from hypocrisy and permissiveness. In this Russia, the West is out of the way!

        add to your list double standartsthat the West loves to use ...
      5. sherp2015
        sherp2015 30 March 2016 18: 05
        -1
        Quote: СРЦ П-15
        Yes, Russia is trying by all means to isolate itself from ...


        And what to go there?
        Look at their vile faces and poisonous saliva from filthy tongues?
    2. vorobey
      vorobey 30 March 2016 08: 56
      +18
      Quote: Black
      It's time to stop launching and removing American astronauts from the ISS, selling them rocket engines and titanium for Boeing production, so that the "centers of power that make decisions" in Tanya also think a little ... And it's time to give up the dollar in calculations.


      why is it the money around which so everything revolves .. just the price you need to denote the sanction .. laughing let them pay ..
      1. The black
        The black 30 March 2016 09: 16
        +8
        ... and that's right smile... takeoff ruble - landing 100 laughing
    3. Voha_krim
      Voha_krim 30 March 2016 08: 59
      +25
      Quote: Black
      It's time to stop launching and shooting American astronauts from the ISS,
    4. hammer stalker
      hammer stalker 30 March 2016 09: 10
      0
      Totally agree!
    5. DimerVladimer
      DimerVladimer 30 March 2016 09: 16
      +16
      Well, why?
      Do you advise yourself to shoot in the foot and not sell, then the little that we buy?

      Selling goods of high redistribution to competitors, its own economy rises, and the competitor's economy loses money ...
      So your advice is stupidity.
    6. GYGOLA
      GYGOLA 30 March 2016 09: 45
      +10
      US Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew
      Only do not remove the sanctions, do not dare and think about it ... Introduced, so introduced. What does not kill us, makes us stronger.
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    8. siberalt
      siberalt 30 March 2016 09: 47
      +2
      So, maybe it's better for this Liu to calculate how the global drop in oil prices hit the American oil industry? Somehow, sanctions are always a double-edged sword. The main word here is "isolation". So where is this isolation? laughing Chris is the world. As if in their electrical tape are not confused. laughing
    9. Alexez
      Alexez 30 March 2016 09: 56
      +6
      What are you going to live on then? Or the principle "I will frostbite my mother's ears for evil, but I will not wear a hat" do you consider a guide to action? Engines are the few hi-tech that we successfully sell and so far there are no competitors, you can raise prices for your goods and services for orbital passenger and cargo transportation (like, you know, sanctions).
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    11. guzik007
      guzik007 30 March 2016 11: 15
      +4
      It's time to stop launching and taking off American astronauts from the ISS, selling them rocket engines and titanium for
      -------------------------------------------
      And to whom do you propose to sell them? Or "hut on a stick". Workers to disperse production to stop? Such high-tech products have a very narrow sales market, and losing their share in it is equal to the position of a non-commissioned officer's widow.
      Your slogan smacks of populism.
    12. Alex 1972
      Alex 1972 30 March 2016 13: 11
      +2
      Quote: Black
      It's time to stop launching and taking off American astronauts from the ISS, selling them rocket engines and titanium for Boeing production

      Will you personally pay workers' wages at these of our factories and purchase modern equipment for them?
    13. Al1977
      Al1977 30 March 2016 13: 20
      +1
      Quote: Black
      It's time to stop launching and removing American astronauts from the ISS, selling them rocket engines and titanium for Boeing production, so that the "centers of power that make decisions" in Tanya also think a little ... And it's time to give up the dollar in calculations.

      First of all, factories for workers, and land for peasants !!! Send the West to x ..., give Russians free housing, free education and medicine, provide good health care, education, decent pensions and high salaries !!!!
    14. cap
      cap 30 March 2016 15: 31
      +1
      Quote: Black
      It's time to stop launching and removing American astronauts from the ISS, selling them rocket engines and titanium for Boeing production, so that the "centers of power that make decisions" in Tanya also think a little ... And it's time to give up the dollar in calculations.


      To give up the dollar is tantamount to declaring war. But counter-sanctions will also hit us, currency don’t matter. We need to do new industrialization in order to harness the human potential to 100. The Americans also became addicted, practically removing production from the country, mainly to Asia and China. The entire US social system rests on the financial sector and taxes on it; avoiding settlements in dollars will hit their economy the most.
      V. Putin, by the way, proclaiming such a policy, withdrawing from the dollar zone, increasing the gold reserve became the enemy No. 1 of the American financial oligarchy, which is trying, through sanctions and financing of the fifth column in Russia, to remove it from government.
      This is an axiom that does not require proof.
      I think many will agree with me in VO.
    15. Homo
      Homo 30 March 2016 21: 24
      +1
      Quote: Black
      It's time to stop launching and shooting American astronauts from the ISS,

      Well, why? This will not make us worse, but the denyuzhka will not be superfluous.
    16. nikolay_major
      nikolay_major 31 March 2016 14: 18
      0
      And I suggest that prices be raised for this every 5-10 to enrich our treasury.
      But the Boeing will completely stop selling spare parts - we will support a domestic manufacturer (TU-204, MS-21, SuperJet 100, and then look and new projects will appear) - let the whole world buy Russian aviation.
  2. skeptic
    skeptic 30 March 2016 08: 54
    +11
    The dollar is an abominable offspring of the MP.
    But engines and titanium need to be sold.
    Only more expensive!
    1. DimerVladimer
      DimerVladimer 30 March 2016 09: 24
      +9
      What a simplicity.
      There are contracts with an agreed price for a batch of engines; there are fines for non-post and non-payment. Refusing to supply engines is a fine (and it can reach 200-300% of the cost of an untimely delivered engine. As well as payment - they did not pay for the delivered engines or refused to purchase - there is reason to go to international arbitration. I hope the contract provided for such standard fines.
      It is not possible to change the price of a product unilaterally, this is not provided for by any normal contract.
      Now titanium, this is VSMPO - a joint venture with Boeing, i.e. equipment supplied by Boeing and change the price of titanium forgings - is Boeing raising its own price? - Nonsense.
      1. saltickov.
        saltickov. 31 March 2016 05: 13
        0
        The question is how many fines were earned for the Mistral, sent us to hell, we certainly cannot for some reason be impossible for us. And sanctions affect us on ordinary people, comments are unnecessary.
  3. Spartanez300
    Spartanez300 30 March 2016 08: 55
    +4
    It would be better if you were worried about the rights of Indians and African Americans in your own country, so everyone strives to teach Russia how to live.
  4. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 30 March 2016 08: 57
    +11
    Russia "isolates itself"

    The word "isolation", sounding from across the ocean, has already set a sore mouth. Then they all isolated us, while constantly talking on the phone and on their own initiative flew to Moscow, now, in their opinion, we are isolating ourselves. So you want what you want, but they forgot to ask what Russia thinks about this.
  5. Karayakupovo
    Karayakupovo 30 March 2016 09: 00
    +3
    As GDP said, Is there enough tape?
  6. sa-ag
    sa-ag 30 March 2016 09: 00
    +2
    "... But the oil industry needs to develop new fields, they need large investments. It is necessary to develop potential in the field of deep sea exploration and development of deposits in shale."

    It is amazing that Ulyukaev thinks so too, and therefore the sale of stakes in Rosneft, Bashneft, VTB and others to American partners is being prepared.
    1. cap
      cap 30 March 2016 15: 41
      0
      sa-ag HK Today, 09:00

      Amazingly, Ulyukaev also thinks so, and therefore the sale of stakes in Rosneft, Bashneft, VTB and others to American partners is being prepared [/ quote]

      What Ulyukaev thought, we learn from his own memoirs, but certainly not tomorrow.
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    1. sa-ag
      sa-ag 30 March 2016 09: 05
      +1
      Quote: Spartanez300
      It would be better to worry about the rights of Indians and African Americans

      And what they worry about, the latter have achieved a ceiling in general - they have such a president, so you don’t have to worry
  8. Mavrikiy
    Mavrikiy 30 March 2016 09: 04
    +2
    A CRISIS. In January 2016, Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev at an economic forum warned: “If the oil price continues to fall, we will have to prepare for the worst.”

    In January, the price was $ 28-30, now $ 40 and is growing. Oh, how I want to give out the wish for reality!
    1. Tatar 174
      Tatar 174 30 March 2016 09: 26
      +3
      Quote: Mavrikiy
      In January, the price was $ 28-30, now $ 40 and is growing. Oh, how I want to give out the wish for reality!

      Government oil trade?
  9. Holsten
    Holsten 30 March 2016 09: 13
    +12
    I like it - "military spending supports Russia's claim to be a real world power." Some people never noticed that Russia is already a real world power. According to Maria Zakharova: given the line that is lining up for an admission to the Kremlin, it would be time to switch to Russian in international communication.
  10. Pvi1206
    Pvi1206 30 March 2016 09: 34
    +2
    Economic sanctions against Russia led to the development of domestic industry.
    If the Russian government releases the brakes, we will soon begin to sell civilian aircraft abroad.
    And this will already be direct damage to the aviation industry of the West.
    So who are these sanctions against !?
    1. DimerVladimer
      DimerVladimer 30 March 2016 09: 44
      +3
      Clarification - mainly only agriculture is developing.
      The rest of the industries dipped - housing construction stood up, industrial facilities and infrastructure fell sharply.
      Trade in the red, finance in the red. The total decline in GDP in 2015 is 3.6% according to official figures.
      Ulyukaev once again "felt the bottom" ...
      Something is not visible reason to joyfully waving flags.

      Quote: DimerVladimer
      soon we will begin to sell abroad and civilian aircraft


      What prevented the sale of civilian aircraft before?
      What to sell?
      SSJ-100 - which is a type of Lada in the aviation market - a weak engine, a heavy glider and high requirements for the quality of a regional liner for GDP quality due to low engines, low ratio of flight hours to service hours. Lack of foreign service. The SSJ-100 has one advantage - a relatively low price (which includes enormous costs for its development - comparable to the costs of a Boeing on the Dreemliner 777 - a plane of a completely different class and level), but there are a lot of childhood illnesses due to the lack of delivery orders for it are extremely low.
      1. thinker
        thinker 30 March 2016 13: 23
        +1
        What to sell? Read -
        Yesterday, Vladimir Putin said that Russia sold arms worth $ 2015 billion in 14,5, and its order portfolio hit a record high since 1992 - $ 56 billion.

        http://www.kommersant.ru/doc/2950717
      2. Koldunja
        Koldunja 31 March 2016 01: 15
        -1
        This belolentochny Boyan about SSJ is outdated not the first year as. Throw you your shabby training manual. Even on the Internet, everything has long been mediated and chewed on this topic.
  11. Papapg
    Papapg 30 March 2016 09: 35
    +3
    This is war !!! Why do not they talk about war. War, military operations - are aimed at seizing territory or causing economic damage to the other side, which is happening now in relation to Russia. And we are so good-natured, (read vain) that in response we dismiss as a weak woman. The demon asks the young lieutenant, well, what can you do to me, the demobilization? The lieutenant answers - hardly anything good, but I can spoil a complete cap! In response, we must act as a lieutenant.
  12. SklochPensioner
    SklochPensioner 30 March 2016 09: 36
    +4
    The hungry Russians, with growing interest, licking their lips, look at the ambassador of the United States: rosettes, nourished ...
    Do not leave if that!
  13. atamankko
    atamankko 30 March 2016 09: 37
    +1
    In the article, neither diminish nor add, thanks to the author.
  14. Приговор
    Приговор 30 March 2016 09: 51
    +1
    Want to cause "dissatisfaction" with the existing government? Well, I must admit, they achieved their goal. I am really very unhappy with the current government. US government. What do these cheap things think of themselves? Have you decided to buy the aborigines again for beads? The shame of the 90s will no longer be. All they have achieved is the outright hostility of 80 percent of the Russian population towards the United States.
  15. parusnik
    parusnik 30 March 2016 09: 59
    +3
    This is what can be said from all these estimates of Western experts. There are people who feel bad when another is good ..
  16. Dora2014
    Dora2014 30 March 2016 10: 14
    +3
    Finally, I heard from amers whining that Russia is self-isolating! It came to them that if before they were dealing with a lured shabby mongrel, now, after two years of isolation of the "dog" in the forest, they encountered a cheerful and not frail young bear! Never mind, we will soon become mother and then we will confidently ask: "Where is my big spoon ?!" Wait, Americans - you have already begun to understand everything ...
  17. Nitarius
    Nitarius 30 March 2016 10: 30
    +1
    Patience .. TIME AND ALASKU AND TEXAS isolate from USA!
  18. Dimon19661
    Dimon19661 30 March 2016 10: 35
    +2
    They’ve definitely been burying us for a couple of years ... In 1941 they also tried to bury us ...
  19. Knowing
    Knowing 30 March 2016 10: 49
    +2
    ... “foreign ambitions” The Kremlin should moderate ...- it’s weird ... recourse It means that Western politicians are in line in the Kremlin for an audience demanding that Russia moderate their ardor ... laughing
  20. Ostwest
    Ostwest 30 March 2016 10: 51
    +1
    What kind of strange pogonyalov these wise men have: Ben Rhodes or Rhodes Ben, or maybe Bens Rod. With the rest as well. They can’t even appropriate a name for themselves human, but they climb with advice, threats, claims. But do we need the opinion of people who are not able to solve the elementary. About tiyu, even the conversation does not go.
  21. Victor-M
    Victor-M 30 March 2016 10: 51
    +5
    Good replenishment of state. the budget would be to set the salaries of officials at all levels to the salary level of the average person, as well as to reduce the bureaucratic population by reducing, or even exhaust from, a huge amount of them, some expenses and switching arrows to each other. Words about patriotism are certainly good, but you need to start with yourself.
  22. Al_lexx
    Al_lexx 30 March 2016 11: 04
    +3
    Quote: Black
    It's time to stop launching and removing American astronauts from the ISS, selling them rocket engines and titanium for Boeing production, so that the "centers of power that make decisions" in Tanya also think a little ... And it's time to give up the dollar in calculations.

    Just sell the services and goods you need to continue. At the same time, you need to finish pumping up the American economy through the purchase of their bonds. And in general, it is time to start selling them (bonds) together with China on a united front. Then we'll see whose economy is torn to shreds.
    I think so. repeat
  23. Arkan
    Arkan 30 March 2016 11: 21
    +1
    Recall that in February 2016, Deputy Foreign Minister of Russia Sergei Ryabkov said that the continuation of Russian-American negotiations on the reduction of nuclear weapons is excluded. He stressed that negotiations could continue if “Moscow’s concerns and priorities are taken into account.”


    That's right, why go to these capercaillie - it's all to no avail! They themselves will come when they press, and they will listen and agree, Syria will accept that and the visits of Kerry.
  24. guzik007
    guzik007 30 March 2016 11: 22
    +1
    Amazing hypocrisy? Even a snail, if poked with a needle, folds into a house. And Russia is far from a snail. I would even add that a cobra, if poked with a stick at it, folds into rings. Before the cast. So stop poking sanctions sticks in Russia. You can very much rake.
  25. Altona
    Altona 30 March 2016 11: 27
    +4
    They themselves wouldn’t overturn, sickly.
  26. AID.S
    AID.S 30 March 2016 11: 34
    0
    I completely agree with the promises of these drink, pour, huhda, not everything is smooth with us, yes, they hate us and will do everything possible to make us worse.
  27. bmv04636
    bmv04636 30 March 2016 11: 42
    +1
    No, they (like "light elves") prescribed a medicine for the oil needle for us for this they should at least say thank you. The article on Rebekah was from
    70% of the goods in the “Huts” and “Taste of Villas” by Andrey Krivenko are perishable, the plates on the shelves explain that the color of the real meat is gray, not pink. Krivenko told RBC how to sell healthy products and not go broke
    “We noticed the effect of sanctions last fall.”
    - Purchasing power is declining - are people willing to pay extra for the naturalness of the products?
    - We have no crisis at all. [In our stores] both traffic is growing and the number of stores is growing. Therefore, we do not really understand what a crisis is. We have collected all the trends that only exist: people really thought that the products should be Russian-made, and it was during the crisis that they began to think about health. Perhaps a generation has ripened that thinks about healthy eating, that you need to eat Russian products, that you can’t spend a lot of time on Auchans, because time is really expensive.
    Another trend - in the current situation, the business does not need to have loans. They said that we were crazy, in Skolkovo they said: “Whom we invited [to meetings with students], some suckers. Here we read to them for days, that the main thing is financing, liquidity, loans. ” I came and said: “Guys, remember the most important rule: no loans.” It is necessary to do without [external] financing - to find ways to buy nothing and rent everything.
    Read more at RBC:
    http://www.rbc.ru/interview/business/27/03/2016/56f52e399a7947c60091e041?from=ty
    peindex% 2Finterview
  28. koshmarik
    koshmarik 30 March 2016 11: 59
    +3
    Our Western "friends" are simply engaged in primitive complacency. Psychologists say it helps.
  29. Ramzes33
    Ramzes33 30 March 2016 12: 04
    +4
    When we stop looking around at the oil, dollar, sanctions and really engage in the development of the country.
  30. Michael
    Michael 30 March 2016 12: 10
    0
    Here is the main weapon of the West. The Death Star of the Empire, and it is unstable. The time is for us. The main thing is not to be a bully - each in his place in life be conscientious, and all will be happy ...Fed
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  31. Stalnov I.P.
    Stalnov I.P. 30 March 2016 12: 25
    +6
    I am not a fan of GDP, but I am not a fan of all this liberal trash, I just want to ask everyone - why SANCTIONS became possible? And they became possible thanks to the stupid, mediocre, and sometimes just criminal internal policy of the POWER and, in particular, the economy, personnel, ideology. How many and how did they say that such a policy is being conducted in the deadlock, many of the site's participants themselves spoke about it and experts, economists, politicians and just the PEOPLE wrote and spoke about it. In our country, 20 million RUSSIAN CITIZENS live below the poverty line, rising prices, inflation, unemployment, an increase in crime by more than 6%, etc., here are the results of this mediocre policy. In a country that possesses 40% of the world's natural resources, almost 50% of the world's black earth is poor. For a handful of people, they created COMMUNISM in the political, economic, criminal procedural spheres. Yes, the rotten, rotten, corrupt West will never be our friend, WE are like a bone in their throat, then let's ask ourselves what our government did and is doing in order for the PEOPLE to live better, where are breakthrough solutions, where are comfortable conditions for economic growth, for doing business, YOU look at the RYASHKI people in power, well-fed, satisfied, and now there is a war against RUSSIA, here you have to work, and not deal with LEGAL FUNCTIONS like TWO LAWYERS FROM THE POWER do and verbal chatter, chatter, their faces ( authorities) must be exhausted by work. We need REVOLUTIONARY transformations in the economic sphere - in the good sense of the word, CASES aimed at a sharp increase in the well-being of the PEOPLE, and not a handful of people stuck to the body. As long as there are no such advances, have YOU ever seen in history that the people who gave birth to the CRISIS in the country - brought this country to their crisis, there is no such thing in history. Only a new team, professionals devoted to the FATHERLAND and honest people, such as the PRIMAKOV team, can lead the country out of the crisis, but not today's "rotten government eggs" I think they have NO prospects. A country standing on two legs with a strong domestic and foreign policy, as RUSSIA should be, it can simply KICK in the ass all this liberalistic West and not pay attention to the sanctions, the pugs barking at the ELEPHANT, that's who they should be!
  32. karakuin
    karakuin 30 March 2016 12: 33
    0
    Abamers smear snot while creatively diversifying the process. Do not stop them from doing this. The well-developed tribute pounding system from all countries has stopped working. And since the whole economy, politics, etc., is embedded in this system, they need Perestroika, all the more so, I think Gorbachev will easily agree - you won’t drink experience. It hinders the fact that the initiative is lost. In conditions where it is not possible to understand where the next track will come from, even with almost unlimited resources, instead of developing a pragmatic approach and an adequate reaction, the show continues. Under these conditions, we need to increase our advantage so that strong counterattacks turn into a real counteroffensive.
  33. pts-m
    pts-m 30 March 2016 12: 40
    +1
    Something like words do not fit together ... sanctions and self-isolation ... Pendosy and gayts themselves run into sanctions, but where does Russia self-isolate?
  34. dummy
    dummy 30 March 2016 13: 00
    +3
    Quote: Article
    In addition, the US is “concerned about human rights in Crimea, especially minorities».

    I wonder who they mean by minorities? Do they want to organize LGBT parades?
    Crimean Tatars do not consider themselves minorities. Yes, and we are fraternal to them.
    Or do they mean "non-brothers"?
  35. Yugra
    Yugra 30 March 2016 13: 09
    0
    A fiction article written on a training manual used by anal-kasyanovskie ones. It is necessary to stop cooperation with the mattress (which has been growing in monetary terms in recent months), to agree firmly with China on the transition to other currencies from the dollar. We will tolerate buckwheat there’s always enough with a stew. But one must not whine, but act. Which, I think, in the near future will show the GDP ...
  36. bk316
    bk316 30 March 2016 13: 13
    +3
    Do they truly go ... do they? Zakharova, on the other hand, clearly said "as before, you will not be doing business."
    We will go where we are and not you need, we won’t negotiate on your terms, talk to yourself.
    What's so obscure?

    By the way, someone asked a couple of days ago: when will Zakharova's words be followed by decisions? - Already.
  37. Al1977
    Al1977 30 March 2016 13: 21
    0
    Liberastov time to the wall !!!!
  38. Gardamir
    Gardamir 30 March 2016 13: 27
    +5
    From the article and comments, I realized that we have the best government of all time? And only Europeans and Americans prevent us from living?
    1. PHANTOM-AS
      PHANTOM-AS 30 March 2016 13: 48
      +2
      Quote: Gardamir
      From the article and comments, I realized that we have the best government of all time? And only Europeans and Americans prevent us from living?

      Everything prevents us from living, all around enemies, bastards and envious lol We arranged a crisis, dropped oil and gas together with the ruble, raise our tariffs and destroy public health with education, withdraw money from our economy and stifle it with anti-sanctions!
      And only the government, led by the helmsman, leads us a direct road to their bright future, 24 hours a day and through all channels of television.
    2. Al1977
      Al1977 30 March 2016 15: 57
      0
      Quote: Gardamir
      From the article and comments, I realized that we have the best government of all time? And only Europeans and Americans prevent us from living?


      Not only) There are also liberalists, the fifth column and the bulk)) And also the heating of the stratosphere using waves in Alaska))))
  39. Signaller
    Signaller 30 March 2016 13: 30
    +5
    Yes. Yes, you definitely noticed-Self-isolated from the West And under Stalin, we, too, were isolated and not better than today and then ...... And then they blew up nuclear and thermonuclear bombs, flew into space. Maybe it’s better for us. Than talk about LGBT people or someone ......... in the elite ....... It’s better to talk about Pushkin, the eternal. and not just scratching your tongue and do nothing for the homeland ??????
  40. koshmarik
    koshmarik 30 March 2016 13: 39
    +3
    There is no limit to the US pharisaism. First, they isolated the world's second nuclear power from working out the agenda of the summit, and then, with a clear eye, blamed Russia, which therefore refused to go to the summit, in self-isolation. Madhouse.
  41. EvgNik
    EvgNik 30 March 2016 14: 05
    +3
    It is believed that the Syrian campaign could lead to an increase in sales of Russian weapons on the world market.

    Already brought. If, according to Putin, we spent 33 billion in Syria, then the purchase of our weapons is already 56 billion, and only the beginning of the year.
    And isolation, they lived in the USSR in isolation and were, if not the first, then the second. And no one doubted our strength.
    Now, if anyone suffers from isolation, it is only the friends of the West - our "beloved" fifth column.
  42. Taygerus
    Taygerus 30 March 2016 15: 06
    +1
    They have insulators of the wrong system, insulators were found, it's just funny fool
  43. vlavek
    vlavek 30 March 2016 16: 50
    +1
    "People's Daily"
    Why are Chinese leaders fully participating in all the events of the nuclear summit?
    China’s participation in the nuclear summit serves to strengthen China’s international voice in the field of nuclear safety and shows the world the image of an open, confident, responsible state.
    Around China, there are quite a few nuclear powers, and China itself is the largest country in terms of the scale of nuclear construction, and it is actively promoting nuclear exports.
    China's participation in the nuclear summit helps to study the experience of other countries, stimulates work on China's nuclear security, and provides guarantees for "going abroad" for China's nuclear power industry.
  44. Lynx2000
    Lynx2000 30 March 2016 17: 32
    +2
    I carefully studied the article, I constantly read "draft" 33. Thoughts are presented chaotically, as they say: "they started for health and ended for peace", that is, everything is mixed and the topic of nuclear security, sanctions and the economic crisis ...
    Indeed, the fact of raw material dependence in the revenue part from Russian exports is significant! Why is everyone fixated only on hydrocarbons ?! Pay attention to the Far East, while the Russian de jure, and de facto production of hydrocarbons, biological resources is carried out under the control of foreign capital (China, South Korea, Japan, USA, Canada).
    Why can not we process the caught fish and sea products on the Russian coast?
    We can, but only 10-20 %% of the catch, do not allow production capacities (few fish processing plants). Processing is usually not final ...
    Compare with China, with its state policy of stimulating the economy and production:
    low lending interest rates
    long terms of financing
    real economic zones
    I think everyone sees the results. The Chinese counterfeit should not interfere here; its share in the Chinese GNI is small, because it is a shadow business.
    The government should not talk about "import substitution", "refusal to trade in raw materials" and the like "blah blah blah" !!!
    Honestly, 2,5 years ago, being in Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, I watched on TV a live broadcast of the visiting meeting of the Government of the Russian Federation in the Far Eastern Federal District, watching the report of the heads of the regions of this district to Prime Minister D.A. Medvedev, saw that he did not care about all this, for all this time he "sat in his tablet" ...
  45. andrew42
    andrew42 30 March 2016 18: 13
    +2
    What a hell of a lot about isolation! I believe that Putin did not go to the nuclear summit, because there was a serious infa that there Russia will be defamed in the tail and in the mane under the shouts of "Come on, disarm!", "Let's repair the Ukrainian nuclear power plants for free", "Come on, remove the nuclear weapons from the Crimea and Kaliningrad ", but a lot of other things can be yelled by the crowd. If there is a high probability that we have been prepared for the role of "Pierrot", then there is nothing to do there. In the field of nuclear energy in Russia there is nothing to prove and there is no one, and so everything has already been proven. As for the sanctions as an instrument of isolation - well, yes, this is not an attempt to torture, gentlemen, the Americans, and the gay European tolerants who have joined. But here's the catch: sooner or later, sanctions against Russia would still be imposed, because this is an "economic" prelude to any "hot" territorial division of the victim country. It's just that our "partners" planned it much later, when Russia’s arms and legs would be tied tightly to the bed. We did not think that we would get up because of the Crimea. Gentlemen "partners" prepared poorly with the sanctions, applied, but the result was a fraction of three instead of a zhekan. Pfft! instead of Badabum! Does anyone doubt that Russia was being prepared for partition? - In vain, in vain. I am not delighted with the current economic model of Russia, such as "a pacified oligarchy, fraternizing with the security forces, whose services cannot be refused." But with regard to external destructive forces, Putin has masterfully mixed the cards, and the long-term anti-Russian strategy of the Jews went to hell. The boomerang was hit by "refugees" (more precisely, terrorists raised for the Caucasus and Central Asia), the "Turkish ram" began to fall apart, the "Ukrop Mankurt - New Spear of the West" Project stalled, China dared, which they were trying to squeeze out of Africa. This means that in the end, the supply of cosmopolitan / liberal forces inside Russia has dropped significantly. And this inspires hope. The hope that someday there will be nationalization of strategically important industries, that there will be a normal state system of education and health care, that normal socialist elements of the development of human society in Russia will return. For 3000 years, our geopolitical enemy has been using the strategy "money / means - military power - new money / means", while we are admonished by various "actions", they say, "the economy is primary." Dudki! Figuratively speaking, the economy of a hunter starts with a crafted bow! The economy of the pastoralist is from the stirrup. The farmer's economy is from the forged ax. Etc. Any "economy" of a social community begins with sufficient protection from external aggressive factors. And the Americans perfectly demonstrated this by way of undisguised ARMED control over world commodity markets, as "the last argument of the kings" in case of failure to bribe national elites. In short, without a sword there will be no gold in your pocket, even if you "honor the commissant" of the ingenious resourceful mind.
  46. Olegi1
    Olegi1 30 March 2016 19: 28
    +2
    Quote: DimerVladimer

    SSJ-100 - which is a type of Lada in the aviation market - a weak engine, a heavy glider and high requirements for the quality of a regional liner for GDP quality due to low engines, low ratio of flight hours to service hours. Lack of foreign service. The SSJ-100 has one advantage - a relatively low price (which includes enormous costs for its development - comparable to the costs of a Boeing on the Dreemliner 777 - a plane of a completely different class and level), but there are a lot of childhood illnesses due to the lack of delivery orders for it are extremely low.


    Correct: Dreamliner is B787, the costs of its development with the Superjet are by no means comparable. Participated both here and there :)
  47. tank64rus
    tank64rus 30 March 2016 21: 02
    +2
    If anyone wants to surrender Russia, these are types like Chubais, Ulyukaev, Navalny and others. beacons of economics and politics. And for ordinary people, surrendering Russia according to the recipes of the 90s is all over. The sanctions will be lifted and that evil spirits will come to power from the 90s. Few people died then. After all, Gaidar, Chubais, Nemtsov and others. svo..ch said that if someone from the Russians will not be able to adapt to the reforms let them die. According to Karaulov's estimate, Russia then lost about 3 million people. These people did not fit into the "reforms". One thing is not clear why these people are still power and money. They are very dangerous for the country.
  48. 1536
    1536 30 March 2016 21: 16
    +1
    I must say bluntly that the United States has lost all sorts of leading positions. It is very similar to the late Roman Empire, with the only difference being that in the bowels of the American state no new production relations and productive forces are ripening other than crooks and loafers. That's why nuclear energy games are so dangerous, which semi-literate planters like Biden started with the whole world. Is Russia not participating? And rightly so. Our reactors are the best in the world, it’s not a secret, and if the United States wants to test whose nuclear bombs are better, then those who survive will understand what game Obama and those who are behind this black man are involved in.
    1. bertgolz
      bertgolz 30 March 2016 23: 07
      0
      U.S. undoubtedly ceded Russian leadership
  49. Kenneth
    Kenneth 31 March 2016 08: 26
    0
    It is not funny, but Russia does not isolate itself but them. Without Russia, the forum on nuclear safety does not make sense and is slipping to the level of gatherings with cake. And the United States understands this very well. Hence similar matches
  50. Kenneth
    Kenneth 31 March 2016 08: 26
    +2
    It is not funny, but Russia does not isolate itself but them. Without Russia, the forum on nuclear safety does not make sense and is slipping to the level of gatherings with cake. And the United States understands this very well. Hence similar matches