The Kremlin “restart” the economy is not on it.
I must remind you that before the pandemic and the fall of oil, the Kremlin has been a big problem with how to revive the economy. As everyone knows, Putin hoped to do it at the expense of large infrastructure projects and was immediately faced with the fact that even the declared state money for these projects economic actors take bad, reluctantly.
Now the situation has worsened. By year-end, the Kremlin will be strongly stripped from the pandemic and the fall of oil. Get this: the other economy immediately will quickly go to growth. Some cheap petrol, others, like China, on their industries, and others on the European recovery grants.
And the Kremlin “restart” the economy is not on it. Meanwhile, Putin and the Kremlin in 2020 behaved very rudely against strong sections of society: and these layers go into a dressing, begin to diverge, solidarity will not be as in the past. Solidarity was when “risen from its knees”. But this era behind.
And what will happen? It will be – “ragged autarky”. Howling and shrieking skyrocket. Since the yard will rush plucked chicken. That would not be good. The first line will finally come out one gebnya. Now they are backing all the activity, they, when Putin began the crystalline platform on which everything grows and takes form. To grow nothing will happen and the platform naked.
Remove it or limit – is impossible. In addition gebni nothing has been preserved as “institutions.” Political parties, trade unions, churches, universities, guilds, Commerce – nothing is not as subjects. Institutions are “spoiled” worse than in Latin America at the time. In the Kremlin are seen even people who need to formulate a course for the strong layers on the “after-rising-to-knees.”
It turns out that she gebnya and have to formulate. Because they crushed even Kudrinsky center, continue to destroy the editorial media (as a possible institution of thought). Speakers from the strong layers stopped or pochuchut publicly.
Who will go the responsibility for all this stuff?
Alexander Morozov, “Facebook”