Sanctions. Stalin's Model Of Survival. Part 2

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Sanctions. Stalin's Model Of Survival. Part 2
Sanctions. Stalin's Model Of Survival. Part 2
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Sanctions. Stalin's model of survival. Part 2

On a territory like Russia, with such a mentality of its peoples, the use of a market economy, which does not produce anything by itself or does it in special cases, is not only ineffective, but also dangerous …

Sanctions. Stalin's model of survival. Part 1

Under Stalin, by all "cultural" methods, a "course towards raising the status of a working man" was taken. All art, from the monumental to the cinematic, extolled a person with a muscular vector - "a worker and a peasant woman." The creator and the warrior were the main characters of Soviet literature throughout the entire existence of the USSR.

As the opposite of capitalist competition, socialist competition arose in the Soviet Union. For the first time in the world, a working person has new non-material incentives. The titles of "Hero of Socialist Labor", "Winner of Socialist Competition", "Honored Worker", "Honored Worker", etc. were awarded for labor merits. Respect, honor, adequate well-deserved praise - this system of values, which is absolute for people with an anal vector, is complementary to our mentality in general, and therefore to the majority of Soviet people.

Take what you can take

The more actively the ring of external economic blockades around the Soviet Union was compressed, the more intensively the struggle against parasitism was carried out inside the country, "educational work aimed at strengthening labor discipline", formed a sense of unity, collectivism, mutual assistance, respect for socialist property "and the priority of the common over personal …

To equalize the psychological states of the people in the sense of equality and the understanding of social justice typical of the urethral-muscular mentality, the state fought “against various manifestations of wealth, luxury, illegal income”.

When comparing the Stalinist model with the present day, it is clear that the old values ​​have lost their meaning. A modern idol in Russia and a role model has become a skin criminal, an archetypal thief-oligarch, a corrupt official, a deceiver who plundered "common collective supplies" created by the entire people and belonging to the entire people.

The market economy, the main function of which is redistribution, was imposed on the Soviet Union during the perestroika period and completely destroyed the Stalinist model with its planning element, calling it an administrative-command economy. The very same redistribution is carried out by dishonest means - by deception and force.

The dismantling of the Stalinist model and its destruction began after the 20th Congress of the CPSU, when Khrushchev's famous speech on the debunking of the Stalin personality cult was made.

The collapse of the Soviet Union began with the abandonment of the planned economy, which allegedly turned out to be ineffective. The transition to a market economy, declared during perestroika, opened access to the national economic resources for the skin archetype that had matured during the period of stagnation, overgrown with corruption.

Market economy versus the Stalinist model

The deception and confusion inherent in bank lending is necessary for people to stop understanding anything. If deception becomes ineffective, power comes to the rescue. Both of these methods have been observed for two decades in Russia.


On a territory like Russia, with such a mentality of its peoples, the use of a market economy, which in itself does not produce anything or does it in special cases, is not only ineffective, but also dangerous.

Elements of a market economy were present in the history of the USSR. It was the so-called. NEP period. All subsequent years, explicit and covert wars were waged against him, which would be unrealistic to win in a market economy dividing society into rich and poor.

At the end of the 60s, a loss of dynamics of internal economic development was observed in the USSR, and in the 70s, under the aegis of petrodollars, a period of stagnation began, culminating in the final restructuring of the Stalinist model of the economy into a market one. In a planned economy, all income from production went to the Soviet people and was expressed in a stable life, free medicine, free secondary and higher education, guaranteed jobs and pensions. Market, that is, capitalist management of the economy turned out to be convenient only for those who managed to snatch their piece during the collapse of the country. Some took out the Komsomol and party dues, opened banks, others, rewriting the provisions of the constitution, managed to privatize what, according to the law, can and should belong only to the state and its people.

Mobilization of the economies of the USSR and Russia

The period of economic mobilization is referred to as the restoration of the national economy after the end of the Great Patriotic War. For some time, the West did not resort to economic sanctions against the winner; it silently dropped atomic bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki, in the vicinity of the eastern borders of the USSR. The Cold War sanctions began around 1949, when the Soviet Union opposed America with its own atomic bomb, creating a so-called nuclear shield.

Monetary reform belongs to domestic economic mobilization measures. During the war, emission was introduced in the USSR - the release of new money into circulation. To restore the balance between the commodity and money supply, to identify the illegal capital formed due to the shadow economy, which arose from usury, speculation, bargaining, thanks to the spread of the virus of the rear skin archetype, and to suppress this criminal phenomenon, without waiting for the spread of skin archetypal rust, the monetary reform was called 1947.

Russian sanctions against Western sanctions

Russia's response to sanctions, which defies the calculations and predictions of Western analysts, has knocked the EU countries out of their usual rut. It suddenly turned out that the Russians have their own trick against the Western scrap. It turned out that the restrictions on the import of a number of food products introduced by Russia in response to Western sanctions hit the economy of Europe very hard and practically did not affect the Russians.

The embargo introduced for a period of one year will help raise Russian agriculture on its feet, strengthen trade and economic ties with its neighbors - the former republics of the USSR and the BRICS countries. Today's foreign policy of Russia to a certain extent resembles the olfactory policy of the leaders of the early Soviet Union, from which the country could only benefit, the power of the state was strengthened and the people were consolidated. Western suppliers, left to sit on their own unsold goods, do not express negative feelings to the country, which has refused to trade with them. Now all their claims are heard by the European Parliament.


It is still not completely clear how the EU countries, cut off from the Russian market, incurring billions of dollars in losses and finding themselves in an economic dead end, will behave further. Another thing is clear. To bring confusion to the Western standardized skin world, you need to act with their own skin methods - limitation and reduction. Leather speaks the language of money, that is, from the standpoint of its own benefit-benefit. Russia took this into account and introduced its own sanctions.

Behind all the whistling, scolding through the media and pseudo-fighting for human rights at the level of Pussy Riot or a bog booth, the West simply did not notice when the new Russia managed to grow out of its children's pants and ceased to be a laughing stock to the whole world, consolidating into a strong state with a distinct, dignified position and their own policies.

Minor economic measures taken by the Russian Federation shook the whole of Europe. For many thinking Europeans, it is obvious that the Russian carrot has unexpectedly turned into a whip for the whole West and that these measures are just the beginning of a large Russian action for the self-preservation of the state.

Through the system-vector psychology, which gives an understanding of the Russian urethral-muscular mentality, the prospects for development are clearly visible, but Western political scientists and analysts can only guess what other trump card is hidden in the sleeve of the Russian bear.

List of references:

  1. V. Yu. Katasonov, Doctor of Economics n. "Economics of Stalin"
  2. V. Yu. Katasonov, Doctor of Economics n. "On the Stalinist economic miracle"

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