Soviet workers’ delegation in America.
– Whose is this factory?
– Ford’s one.
– And whose are these cars?
– Workers’ ones.
American workers’ delegation in the USSR.
– Whose is this factory?
– It belongs to the workers.
– And whose is this car?
– Factory director’s one.

In all the argues about the superiority of capitalism over socialism about 99% of arguments are like this anecdote (the remaining percentage of arguments is easily beat by a logical comparison of the competing systems). They are based on some statistics of a country, which is considered as a closed system. What is wrong with this approach? The wrong thing is, the countries aren’t closed systems. It is as if we would consider the construction of the cooling chamber apart from the fridge and would believed that exactly its construction provides the cold. Only looking at the fridge as a system we can seen that the production of cold is not possible without production of heat, which is transmitted from the cooling chamber to the radiator, hidden from view behind the refrigerator. In this way the US produces not only wealth, but also exports poverty to third countries (not only third world countries), to which traditionally Russia is attributed as well.

The mechanism of poverty export includes two main elements. The first one is the physical element: the war, the second is the ideological basis of neocolonialism and the whole capitalist system: liberalism.

I think that everybody were impressed by the example of Russian’s intervention in Syria, a few months after which the US agreed to a truce. Due to the military capabilities of Russia and other non-colonial countries, because of their nuclear weapons, the capabilities to unleash wars become lessen more and more.

Nuclear weapons make viable the “Indian model of survival.” Its essence is as follows. Imagine that on the arrival of the first batch of white people in America and clarifying the technological superiority of white people, they are caught by Indians and forced to share their knowledge. Those who share it live in paradise, who don’t share – in the sea. This policy leads to the fact that educated Europeans move to America, where they are honored, respected and have all the benefits. After some time, the Indians not only have all the European knowledge and technologies, but also begin to produce their own new ones, unknown to Europeans. Approximately so did the Soviet Union with German scientists and engineers after the victory in World War II, settling them in sanatoria of Abkhazia. Nuclear weapons make possible the degradation of the systems of education and science, observed currently in Russia, and then the restauration of them.

Systems of education and science developed by leaps and bounds in such countries like China, India and Iran. Together with Russia, they form a center of stability, that will apply to the next unstable regions, which, of course, are the legacy of colonial wars. There is no doubt that this stability in course of time will cover Africa as well. Thus, the first element of poverty export breaks – the wars.

On the death, or, more precisely, on the breaking of the second ideological element, liberalism, only a lazy person hasn’t written. I will also add my voice to the chorus. I will immediately turn to the key element of neocolonialism – a special mode of operation of the central banks, in this case CB RF. Our CB prints rubles to buy US dollars, so that they (sic!) serve as provision of printed rubles. Agree that it’s impossible to live long in trouble with logic. In the end, our CB will understand that the provision of rubles are factories and plants, not US dollars, and will begin to print them to start new industries, and not to buy dollars and even dead gold. An example of a prudent attitude to finances may be the era of the industrialization of the Soviet Union, during which dollars and gold were not saved, but spent on factories and plants.

On the one hand, it follows exactly out of liberalism that not gold, but production should be considered the source of wealth. On the other hand, strange behavior of the Russian CB results from the controversial nature of liberalism, which, because of this, is not a means of establishing the truth, but the element of control in the capitalist system. The contradictory nature of liberalism doesn’t allow the leadership of our Central Bank make definitive conclusions about what is good and what is bad. And then it acts according to its liberal faith – offers to make the choice to the experts from the IMF, and they certainly don’t hesitate, they fulfill the mandate of their masters and will write black on white an instruction for our Central Bank – to print rubles, to buy dollars, accompanying keywords by lots of distracting words and many bright graphics.

As Ronald Reagan said, the trouble with our liberal friends is not that they’re ignorant: It’s just that they know so much that is not so. Liberal economic models are based on the model of a non-existent person, who can’t produce violence, has no senses, and thinks only of profit. In reality we have such businessmen as Khodorkovsky, for whom planning a murder is commonplace. For the sake of profit corporations lob solutions that lead to wars in various regions. There are military corporations, drug syndicates, pharmacy companies, for which the manipulation of public opinion is a common practice; information holdings, for which the word is not a means of finding the truth, but the means of execution of orders that bring profit in the world of information wars. And there are the liberals, who don’t distinguish truth from fiction, which are used as sheep by those who control most of the profits in the modern world. From this it follows that the priority of politics over the economy should be understood as the priority of reality over fantasy and nothing else.

Thus the conditions are formed for the breaking of capitalism and the transition to a more efficient social system – socialism. While the idea of socialism invade the US, in Russia everything is ready for its return.

The basis of the liberal economy in Russia is the period of the 90s, during which “primitive accumulation of capital” took place. Liberals always emphasize that it is not necessary to specifically analyze how it happened. But we have a rule-of-law state, so if this “primitive accumulation of capital” was outside the law, no spells about the sacredness of private property will save it from the final legal assessment which is in the hands of the people. It must be assumed that the revaluation of the events the 90s threatens the entire post-Soviet space. Such a large revaluation will lead to triggering a domino effect around the whole world. Liberalism will lose its convincing power, and a new version of open, devoid of corruption socialism will be able to work at full capacity, and the machine of the separation of people into rich and poor will be broken.