Кто владеет информацией,
|4 dec 2016|
M. Kaljuzhny 28.06.2006
The question who and how ruined the
For example, according to the social poll held by the Ukrainian Rasumkov Centre of Economic and Political Researches in February, 2006 almost the half of the Ukrainian citizens would like to live in the
It looks like there are a lot of people interested in the reviving of the
Theres also other aspect of this problem. According to an opinion of the objective lawyers: WE ARE STILL LIVING IN THE
All the republics of the former
However during 15 years NOBODY filed a claim on the restoration of the
The matter is that if to file such a claim then at the end international court will have to make a decision about juridical re-establishment of the
Politicians who exploited socialist idea first of all needed warm places in DUMA, cars with signal systems, elite apartments and other material benefits including donations of their followers. However no one fro, the Russian parties which spent enormous sums on election campaign for getting into the local and central bourgeois-oligarcal authorities, didnt spend a penny on preparation (at least!) of such claim and trial. No one former Soviet citizen did it on his own initiative.
Ill try to answer this question from the point of view of world perception of an average person as soon as all other reproaches from the side of political analyses, historical, etc entrench in one very unpleasant feature their subjects and objects though are real but absolutely abstract and virtual.
Who, for example, saw Power or Business or People? Nobodyeversawthem. The more they are understood also by everybody in his own way. Certainly, its possible to see their separate representatives but at last they are same men having similar institution in general. So, what is necessary for the life of an average person (certainly one more abstraction but less and clearer than Power, for example) on the territory of the former
First of all the means for living, relative safety and foreseeability of personal existence. Today he has all these during 15 last years everyone (in this or that extend) has got used to new conditions and doesnt want to risk to the least. If to let oneself to be involved in Restoration, the risk and loses are inevitable for everyone we still remember well 90th years!
If there is are motives for Russians to live in New
On the other hand, there are irrational motives envy and hatred to the rich and more successful, greedy and desire to earn money on the new egalitarianism. Though they are now in a passive phase but its they who (generally) give high rating to yes in the surveys concerning opinions and discussions of the
Thus many have an emotional desire of Restoration but there were no vital reasons to fight for it, the more that serious brakes were restraining the feelings. In other words the heart was not in accordance with senses. Here you are the reasons of the strange behavior of a lot of citizens of the former
However, it looks like the situation has been changing radically. Last week significant representative of the Russian elite mayor of Moscow Y. Luzhkov announced to mass-media: till the latest moment the processes of political development in Russia were accompanied by the weakening and partial collapse of the state right up till its transformation into the mean of theft, instrument of manipulation and cynical intrigues in the hands of separate groups and even persons. Such oligarchal democracy in any case can be and should be called weak. If to such phenomena as major financial control, media-terrorism and pawn robberies the word democracy suits at all.
"...notwithstanding to the belonging to the European civilization simple joining of
"We have got rid of hypocrisy of the 90th at last. Interests uncovered themselves. Competition and struggle for the postSoviet territory continue, but
V. Tretyakov (today the Chief Editor of the newspaper Moscow News and the magazine Political Class): What will follow? I (think) that
Rather interesting statements. If the mayor of Moscow Luzhkov (in The Russian Newspaper an official body of the Government of the Russian Federation) and V. Tretyakov (in СМИ.RU) practically in one and the same time publicly annonce similar things that means that its serious. Very serious.
Yesterday (20.04.2006) the former chief of the Centrobank, nowadays a Chairman of Boarder of Directors of JUKOS Victor Gerschenko in exclusive interview to the newspaper Nashe Vremya to the journalists question State Duma passed a bill about introduction of the official graphic image of the Russian rouble. Centrobank was for the abbreviation RR which means Russian Rouble. To you as to the former chief of Centrobank what image of the rouble seems to be more appropriate?
Answered the following:
- I wouldnt be in hurry with this question. The decision is probably correct. But its not the thing which is needed in the country and in the world. We have more important targets. May be the rouble wont be the Russian.
- Do you mean the probable union with
- May be with
Really everything is possible even that seems to be fantastic for the majority now. According to Geraschenkos words in the very near future. The idea of new Unity state, likely, with big speed gains power in the minds of the Russian elite. May be its a soft preparation of the public opinion to the perception of already taken political decisions?
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