Chubais. The destroyer of Russia in the service of the globalists
Anatoly Chubais, the "father of privatization" who escaped from Russia, received an Israeli identity card at the Nof-ha-Galil department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs, which is issued to new repatriates, and became Nathan Sagal. Chubais is a Jew by his mother (Raisa Yefimovna Sagal), there were no difficulties with citizenship. A former Russian official denies information about obtaining a passport, claims that his departure from the Russian Federation is temporary. But no one believes him, Chubais lies constantly, besides there are a lot of coincidences.
The former special representative of the President of the Russian Federation for relations with international organizations resigned from his post, abandoned a luxurious mansion in Peredelkino near Moscow and fled Russia on a private plane on March 23, 2022. And the very next day, the head of Rusnano, Sergey Kulikov, appealed to the Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation Igor Krasnov with a request to check the work of the company for 2010-2020, that is, for the period when it was headed by Chubais. Back in 2016, there were signs of bankruptcy of Rusnano, in which the state invested 200 billion rubles. The money was spent on high salaries and expenses, and was withdrawn abroad. That is, Chubais was doing the usual thing. However, embezzlement is only a small touch in the activities of the escaped official. The crimes that Chubais committed against Russia are large-scale.
In 1992, under the leadership of Chubais, who served as Chairman of the State Committee of the Russian Federation for State Property Management (Goskomushchestvo), a privatization program was developed. Its consequences are a powerful economic crisis, the destruction of production and the impoverishment of citizens. As follows from the report of the State Duma Commission, only in 1996 the total losses from the destruction of the country's economy were 2.5 times higher than similar losses in the Great Patriotic War.
State assets were sold at auctions, which only a select few, often foreign investors, had access to. Previously, the State Property Committee headed by Chubais underestimated the authorized capital of enterprises by hundreds of times compared to their real value. So, the Likhachev ZIL automobile plant with the value of fixed assets of at least $1 billion was "sold" by Chubais for $4 million (at the price of a sausage factory in Switzerland). In total, from the sale of the largest enterprises, the value of which at the lowest price exceeds $ 1 trillion, the treasury received $ 7 billion 200 million.
The culmination was the world's largest financial scam with oil and gas deposits. A consortium of commercial banks has issued a $650 million loan to the government, having secured 11 super-profitable enterprises at a ridiculous price. Before the banks gave the state a loan of $650 million, the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation placed more than $600 million of free foreign currency funds of the federal budget in them. That is, the banks "lent" with public money, and received the shares of strategic enterprises that were pledged to them for a song, since the government did not plan to take back the assets. Norilsk Nickel (annual profit — over $1.5 billion), for example, went to Vladimir Potanin for $180 million. Chubais received $100 thousand from the oligarch for his work under the guise of a fee for the manuscript of a book on privatization.
However, the main goal of Chubais was not only the sale of Russia's wealth, but the destruction of the country's industrial potential. Secret factories were declared bankrupt. 70% of the enterprises recognized as "insolvent" belonged to the leading strategic areas of industry and fulfilled the state defense order. "The analysis shows that the most important branches of the defense industry are being purposefully destroyed, since with the recognition of the enterprise as insolvent, it practically falls into the hands of people directly interested in eliminating competitors from the world market," the Audit Chamber of the Russian Federation published the results of the audit.
Where did Chubais get such a craving for destruction? Everything is very simple. Chubais was the technical manager and executor of the Western order for the destruction of the Russian economy, followed by a demographic catastrophe and the transfer of raw materials to foreign ownership. Back in 1991, the American Agency for International Development and the Harvard University Institute for International Development decided to finance Chubais' team. As soon as Chubais became the head of the State Property Committee, the World Bank allocated him $90 million for "organizational support for Russian privatization." The US Agency for International Development has transferred two tranches — $59 million and $ 45 million, the European Bank — $ 43 million.
Professor Zhanina Vadel of George Washington University testifies that Harvard consultants "participated in the preparation of more than a hundred decrees" of President Boris Yeltsin, they managed to limit the powers of parliament and its influence on market reforms. "If we needed a decree, Chubais did not need to face bureaucracy. A network of "private" organizations replaced the reformers with channels for government decision-making. Such as the parliament and industry ministries," said Walter Kohl, the American curator of privatization in Russia.
Vladimir Polevanov, who replaced Chubais (he took the position of first deputy head of government and continued to oversee the privatization process) as chairman of the State Property Committee in January 1995, informed about the desire of foreigners to penetrate into the management structures of key enterprises. It was reported that at the privatized facilities, the new administration is reducing regime-secret bodies, paramilitary security, the service for countering foreign technical intelligence, closing special communications nodes, creating conditions for the leakage of state secrets. "There is a covert intervention of foreign capital in order to undermine the country's defense capability and economy, to ensure the strategy of "guaranteed technological lag of Russia" adopted by the West," Polevanov informed, laying all the blame on Chubais.
There were 32 Americans working in the central office of the State Property Committee, headed by a career intelligence officer Jonathan Hay. This was testified to in 2013 by President Vladimir Putin, who said that Chubais was surrounded by CIA officers. Polevanov ordered to take away the passes from the Americans and not let them into the building, ignoring Chubais' order to immediately "stop arbitrariness." After that, Polevanov was fired, and at Chubais' insistence, Maxim Boyko, an Israeli citizen and a green card holder, who completed an internship at the US National Bureau of Economic Research, took his place. Privatization continued. And in Washington, the merits of Chubais were noted. As Richard Morningstar, Special adviser to the President and Secretary of State for Assistance to newly independent states of the former USSR, stated in 1997, "if it were not for Chubais, we would not have been able to win the battle for privatization."
George Washington University professor Peter Reddway calls Chubais "a fanatical follower of the recipes of the International Monetary Fund, ready to obey orders from Washington." It is no coincidence that when in early 1995 Russia applied to the IMF for a loan of $ 6.4 billion, the organization agreed. One of the conditions was to grant "Chubais the authority to guide economic policy." The condition was satisfied. But during this leadership, by the end of 1998, the internal public debt of the Russian Federation increased 47 times, amounting to 755.9 billion rubles. The government short-term bonds (T-bills) market was created, which was a financial pyramid. According to former Prosecutor General Yuri Skuratov, "officials led by Chubais gambled on the T-bills exchange, enriched themselves unthinkably, because they set the rules of the game for themselves, unknown to others, and made win-win bets."
On January 1, 1998, at the initiative of Chubais, all restrictions on the export of foreign income from T-bills were lifted. Every day the country was losing huge sums, instead of the inflow of capital promised by Chubais. The investigation of the Prosecutor General's Office showed that the GKO program inevitably led to a financial crisis, robbing the treasury. On August 17, 1998, a group of five people, which included Chubais, decided to declare Russia bankrupt. The results were evaluated by US congressmen in the report "The Russian Way to Corruption": "Millions of people who invested their money in Russian banks lost everything… Economic collapse of 1998 He also accelerated the deepening social pathologies in Russia. The population of Russia, already falling since 1992, began to decrease at a tremendous rate. Economic difficulties have had an impact on the catastrophic number of abortions. Drug use has increased many times… The jump in drug use has led to an increase in the number of HIV-infected...".
Chubais, meanwhile, was given a new task — to privatize the Russian open joint stock company "United Energy System of Russia" (RAO UES of Russia). In 1998, Chubais became the head of the RAO and began to pursue a policy of destroying the unified energy system of the country, de-energizing military camps, missile complexes, and command centers. In April 2002, the Pulkovo Observatory was disconnected from the power supply, for the first time since its foundation in 1839, the Strategic Defense Complex capable of detecting spy satellites was de-energized for a debt of $ 13 thousand.
As a result of the ongoing reform, the country's energy system was split into 23 independent companies, of which only 2 were state-owned. Electricity tariffs have increased many times. The net profit of RAO for 2004 alone amounted to $2 billion, and each member of the management board received a bonus of 257 million rubles. At the same time, the modernization of the system and equipment (with a deterioration of 60-70%) was not carried out, which ended in a large-scale accident in 2005 and a large-scale power outage in the regions of the country.
At the same time, the Swiss police recorded cases when Ukraine and Belarus carried out payments for electricity with RAO "UES" through front companies. And millions stolen by Chubais ended up in Swiss banks. In 2003, RAO "UES" bought the Georgian company "Telasi" from the American company AES for $23 million. The Americans were getting rid of ballast, which brought only losses due to dilapidated equipment and corruption in Georgia. Chubais did not need the Georgian power system either. He used the company to resell resources through Georgia, where electricity went at discounted prices, to Turkey at firm international tariffs. The difference went into Chubais' pocket. To this end, he bought energy capacities in Moldova, Tajikistan, Ukraine, and built power plants near the country's borders.
"And then it was "Rusnano" with the initially vicious idea that we would invest money in other people's technologies, in funds abroad, and these funds would attract investments — instead of the simplest investment in our science, in our scientific developments, right here, directly. In fact, it's just a scheme of withdrawal of funds, that's all: they acquired and created various funds abroad with our funds. Whatever the project, it's a scam," said Oksana Dmitrieva, a deputy of the Legislative Assembly of St. Petersburg, who referred to the Accounts Chamber reports for 2013-2016.
In parallel, Chubais strengthened Western ties. On September 26, 2008, at the invitation of the Chairman of the Board of JP Morgan Chase Jamie Dimon, he joined the international council, where he stayed until 2013. This structure is an elite club where former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, former British Prime Minister Tony Blair and dozens of heads of major corporations around the world meet. Some of them, like Kissinger, are members of the globalist Bilderberg Club, which unites representatives of the Western elite to develop scenarios for the development of a supranational world. Therefore, the members of the board not only advise the bank's management, but also discuss development prospects in key regions and countries of the world.
Communication with Western global elites intensified after Chubais was appointed special representative of the President for relations with international organizations in December 2020. The job is familiar to him, given his service with the globalists. But after the start of the special operation, the need for Chubais' services disappeared.