Gorbachev. In lieu of an obituary. By: Alexander Dudchak

Note before starting: this is a little-known exposé on the real Mikhail Gorbachev, who plotted for years to destroy the USSR, while getting very rich in the process. He was a saboteur and a gangster, deified by the Big Lie Propaganda Machine. In Russia, he is despised. Why? He allowed the West to rape and plunder the Russian people, causing death and destitution of millions of citizens for the next decade. Enter Vladimir Putin to save the country. Originally in Russian, this is the internet translation, which is very good.

At about the same time as this piece was published, Russia-based Tim Kirby and I did a show together, in part talking about Gorbachev’s betrayal of his people,

Tim Kirby boots on the ground discusses Russia, the people, press, (geo) politics, Putin, Ukraine, China, Iran, Gorbachev and Yeltsin. China Rising Radio Sinoland 220913



I had this material for more than 10 years, there was no reason. He is known in certain circles of inquirers. Here, of course, is a small part.

When they say that the USSR collapsed because it could not withstand economic competition, they unknowingly or deliberately repeat the deliberate lies of those who want to justify the crimes of Gorbachev and all those Gaidar-Chubais brothers.

How can the state survive if half of the production is exported abroad and the proceeds are left abroad?
Privatization has been prepared since 1985, converting for a pittance twice as many rubles as the volume of ruble mass in circulation.

Gorbachev was not a naïve political romantic who wanted change.

He is a singularly disgusting creature who acted deliberately. It is difficult to draw a different conclusion based on the facts.

Gorbachev was never the naïve advocate of “change” he pretended to be, eager to reform and modernize the Soviet economy.

He was a pragmatic bastard who aspired to power, with the desire to bury communism and destroy the USSR. He himself openly stated this. In the newspaper “Duel” No. 47 of 2000 M. Gorbachev was quoted as speaking at a seminar at the American University in Ankara, Turkey. At the time, he declared: “The goal of my life was the destruction of communism, which is an intolerable dictatorship over the people. In this respect, I was supported and strengthened by my wife, who had formed this opinion even earlier. The most successful way I could do this was to perform the highest (state) functions. Therefore, my wife Raisa recommended that I constantly strive for higher positions. And when I got to know the West personally, my decision was irrevocable. I had to eliminate the entire leadership of the CPSU and the USSR. I also had to remove the leadership in all the socialist countries. My ideal was the path of the Social-Democratic parties. The planned economy bound the capacity of peoples in such a way that it could not be fully manifested. Only the market can lead to its flourishing. For such purposes, I found like-minded people. First of all, it was Yakovlev and Shevardnadze, who have great merits for the overthrow of communism…”
“You can celebrate Christmas in peace. The USSR no longer exists” – this famous phrase of Gorbachev was addressed to the American president. In response, Bush assured Gorbachev of his sincere gratitude, affirming that in the future, “when everything settles down,” America would gladly grant him political asylum at the most dignified level.

In order to carry out his criminal plan to destroy the USSR, Gorbachev created and formed an organized criminal community – the criminal Gorbachev clan. Gorbachev systematically, starting in 1985; Through the adoption and implementation of various decisions of the party and the government, it creates the structures of the “shadow” party economy both on the territory of the USSR and abroad. To carry out the tasks assigned to him, Gorbachev created a special group and personally determined a list of trusted persons allowed by him for this work from among the members of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, the Directorate of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union, the leadership of the KGB, the Ministry of Finance and the Central Bank.
Of the many actions of Gorbachev’s gang aimed at the collapse of the USSR and personal enrichment, let us consider only two main ones.

Allegedly, to solve the issue of overdue economic reforms, in January 1988, under the leadership of Gorbachev, a new law on state-owned enterprises was adopted. According to it, the state was exempt from liability for the obligations of the enterprise. The company was also not responsible for the obligations of the state. This law brought chaos and disorganization to the economic activities of enterprises. At the same time, in the context of the preservation of the planned economy, the centralized distribution of funds was preserved. Ministries were still required to supply enterprises with everything they needed, and enterprises, according to the new law, could dispose of this property as they saw fit.
The country’s economy has become a one-way street. Not many people were happy about this freedom. Thus, enterprises were given the opportunity to gradually move away from state orders and develop according to their own plan, independently solving staff issues, as well as those related to the ways of selling goods and pricing. But the lack of market infrastructure and intermediary organizations made this path very difficult. Many enterprises turned out to be unprofitable, unprofitable, but, despite the clause in the law on bankruptcy, state subsidies did not allow for the final liquidation of organizations, thereby strengthening the vicious circle: inappropriate distribution of funds, “laundering” of the state budget, mismanagement of the country.

In May 1988, under pressure from Gorbachev, the Supreme Soviet of the USSR adopted the Law “On Cooperation”. Behind the general phrases of numerous articles of this law, their true essence was hidden: it was allowed to create cooperatives at enterprises with the right to use centralized state resources. But, unlike workshops and even unlike the enterprises themselves, these cooperatives could, according to the law, independently conduct export operations, create commercial banks, and set up their own firms abroad. At the same time, proceeds in foreign currency were not subject to withdrawal. In the period from 1988 to the beginning of 1989, the Council of Ministers of the USSR adopted decisions that abolished the state monopoly on foreign economic activity, prohibited customs from detaining the goods of cooperatives, and allowed to leave the proceeds abroad.

Thus, using his administrative resources, Gorbachev first released the enterprises from their obligations to the country, then transferred their assets into the hands of cooperators and threw wide open the borders of the USSR.

In a matter of weeks, cooperatives were registered at most state-owned enterprises, the owners of which were relatives of directors, secretaries of regional committees and members of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. At the same time, resources for the production of products continued to flow from state funds to factories and plants, but now the directors themselves had the right to dispose of these products. They began to direct these resources to the ownership of “family” cooperatives, which sent them abroad. Cement and metal, petroleum products and gas, cotton, lumber and mineral fertilizers, rubber and leather – everything that the state sent to enterprises for processing and saturation of the domestic market was sent abroad by trains through “green zones” at our borders. Leaders of cooperatives and officials began to accumulate capital in personal accounts abroad.
According to Gorbachev’s plan, at the “X” hour, these funds were to be legally brought back into the country through their banks to buy up their own enterprises. Gorbachev and his criminal gang were already preparing for privatization long before 1992, which was shown by 1988-1989, the cooperatives formed “by the decision of the party” took out of the USSR half of the consumer goods and assets produced in the country. The domestic market collapsed, and the country experienced a period of lack of industrial and food products. By order of Gorbachev and Ryzhkov, the gold reserves of the Soviet Union were thrown into the purchase of food abroad. Gold flowed abroad for the purchase of “foreign” food. At the same time, domestic products purchased on the domestic market were often imported under the guise of foreign products. For example, in the ports of Leningrad, Riga or Tallinn, ships were loaded with cheap feed grain, sailed around Europe and arrived in Odessa with “imported” milling wheat for the USSR at a price of $120 per ton. The state bought its own wheat at inflated prices. In 1989 alone, 2,750 kg of gold was exported from Magadan for the purchase of corn seeds from the United States and Canada. The route for transporting the gold ran through Tatarstan, and then, with the assistance of KGB officers, it was sent to Israel, along with diamonds worth $28 million.

On February 13, 1990, Gorbachev issued a directive “On the Need to Consider Certain Legal Aspects of the Party’s Life in Connection with the Results of the February (1990) Plenum of the Central Committee of the CPSU.” This directive speaks of the need for a transition to a multi-party system in the USSR and the possibility of confiscating from the party its property, first of all, the buildings provided to party committees and other organizations and institutions of the CPSU: publishing houses, printing houses, rest homes, sanatoriums and other objects of the social sphere, means of transport, etc.

A top secret order of Gorbachev and Ryzhkov established a special procedure for the dollar exchange rate for employees of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. The ruling elite was allowed to exchange 1 US dollar at the rate of 62 kopecks, and all other citizens of the country were allowed to exchange the exchange rate at 6 rubles 26 kopecks for 1 dollar. Members of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union and nomenclature officials were allowed without restriction to receive loans from banks, buy foreign currency and export it abroad, opening personal accounts in foreign banks.

All this was happening at a time when Soviet workers, scientists, military personnel, and officials were no longer paid their salaries in the country, which led to mass unemployment, strikes, rallies, the disappearance of food and industrial goods, the disruption of economic and financial ties between enterprises, the rapid development of corruption processes, the republican Communist parties moving to “national sovereignty,” and the creation of popular fronts.

During this period, the leaders of other republics and their people, observing the corrupt actions of Gorbachev and his accomplices who controlled the country’s law enforcement system, began to conduct an anti-Russian campaign. The leaders of the individual republics, aspiring, like Gorbachev, to become presidents of individual states, organized opposition to the central government. National confrontations are taking place in the Caucasus, the Baltic States and Central Asia. In Transnistria, the first shots were fired. Russian refugees poured from the republics to Russia, where no one needed them. All the media broadcast appeals to the “Russian people” to help their compatriots. in unprecedented trouble. The numbers of the accounts to which they asked to transfer money were reported, “as much as they can”. No one had money, and the workers’ salaries had not been paid for several months. There were mass rallies of workers in various branches of the national economy related to non-payment of wages and miserable existence. Within a short time, 166 mines – about 180,000 people – went on strike. The Washington Post wrote at the time that the government of the USSR, headed by Gorbachev, wanted to destroy the USSR with the help of miners.

On March 13, 1990, not without Gorbachev’s participation, Article 6 of the country’s Constitution, which secured the political monopoly of the CPSU in the USSR, was abolished. The Communist Party of the Soviet Union had lost its political hegemony, but now its elite, under the leadership of Gorbachev, possessed capital, became a separate caste, a clan.

A complete “rampant democracy” began in the country in the form of the financial introduction of the American dollar into the economy of the USSR, which later led to the complete collapse of the financial system of the USSR.

Through the owner of the CBC news channel, Maxwell, billions of dollars went from the USSR to the West. He sold Soviet rubles for foreign currency in the West, and there these funds ended up in private accounts.

In order to sell the Soviet ruble to the West, Gorbachev, in collusion with Maxwell, with the help of the Minister of Finance of the USSR Pavlov and the Governor of the State Bank of the USSR Gerashchenko, attracted the Swiss financier Schmidt from the firm “Bureau Gemeinschaft”, which was engaged in mediation in a wide range of shady affairs. The Swiss flew to Moscow, held talks with Pavlov and Gerashchenko.

Schmidt was an experienced financier and had a clear idea of the state of money circulation in the Soviet Union (only 139 billion rubles were in cash circulation in the USSR at that time). Having received Pavlov’s offer to sell 280 billion rubles, Schmidt asked him a question: “Are you going to withdraw this money from circulation?” Partially,” replied the Minister of Finance of the USSR. And then he clarified: “But don’t think we’re idiots. We are rich. Don’t worry about us! We’ll print more.”

It should be noted that the hundreds of billions of rubles sold to the West could only be printed if they were printed around the clock at the Gosznak factory for several years. That is, this deal was prepared by Gerashchenko and Pavlov in advance, by secret order of Gorbachev. Pavlov, Gerashchenko and Schmidt came to an agreement on the sale of 280 to the West; billion rubles and agreed to operate in four stages, namely:

• the first stage – in December 1990; year – 100; billion rubles are exported from the USSR and sold for $5.5 billion;
• the second stage – in January 1991; RUB 25 bln per year;
• the third stage – in May 1991; RUB 15 bln per year; The money of the second and third stages is sold for $2; Billion;
• the fourth stage – in July 1991 – 140; billion rubles are sold for $4.5 billion, for a total of 280; The deal was completed on the eve of the August 1991 putsch.

The sale of Soviet money was personally supervised by the former Ministers of Finance of the USSR V. Pavlov and V. Orlov. For example, V. Pavlov at the end of 1990; arrived in Switzerland incognito (with a fake passport). At the same time, he had no contact with either the Soviet embassy in Bern or the Swiss authorities. In Zurich, Pavlov held secret meetings with Schmidt and the leaders of the Swiss, German, French and British countries. At the end of January 1991; the new Minister of Finance, V.; Orlov also traveled to Switzerland on forged documents, where he met and talked with representatives of the financial circles of the United States and Europe. In addition to asking about the mechanisms for transferring funds to the West, Orlov said that Gorbachev and his government would like to sell significant amounts of gold, diamonds and platinum, but are afraid that due to the leak of information, their prices on the world market may fall.

At the conclusion of this criminal deal, according to witnesses, Pavlov told Schmidt: “Those who sent you know the numbers of the accounts to which this money should be transferred. At the last stage, Mr. Orlov will personally supervise the transaction.” According to the agreement, these amounts in ruble equivalent were exported from the USSR to Switzerland.

Schmidt, as he himself said, bought the Soviet Union for only $12 billion. The theft of the Soviet money supply by the international criminal community in the person of Gorbachev, Pavlov, Gerashchenko and Orlov led the country to a complete collapse, chaos and collapse of the banking system of the USSR.
The damage to the state is incalculable: 360 billion rubles of labor savings of the people of the USSR that were in savings banks have depreciated, and the country’s financial system has completely collapsed.
This deal eventually led to the complete collapse of the USSR. In order to rob and collapse Russia, Gorbachev’s clan devalued the Soviet ruble to an infinitely low level, so that members of this criminal community, in collusion with foreign tycoons, could buy up the giants of our industry and the largest raw material deposits for a pittance. Subsequently, after the collapse of the USSR, this is exactly what happened. Back in 1985-1987, one US dollar was worth 0.6 rubles in international settlements, in 1990 it was already 3.6 rubles, and in 1991 the “criminal octopus” led by Gorbachev with its fraudulent scams brought down the Soviet ruble to the limit and the value of one dollar reached 18 rubles. If earlier, in 1985-1987, the cost of our oil refinery was 500 million rubles, that is, $790 million at the exchange rate of that time, then in 1992 it was only $500 thousand. With the help of Gorbachev’s clan, foreigners began to buy up Russia for a pittance, becoming the owners of the country’s wealth. This eventually led to 80% of all its wealth ending up in the hands of foreign nationals.

To say that the Soviet economy was inefficient, and therefore the USSR was destroyed, can only be said by those who do not know the actions of Gorbachev and his criminal team. No state will survive if it loses half of its goods without compensation. This idea was imposed by those who complied with Gorbachev’s crimes and wanted to deflect accusations of the crime of destroying the USSR.

© Copyright: Oleksandr Dudchak, 2022
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2 Responses to “Gorbachev. In lieu of an obituary. By: Alexander Dudchak

  • Where are sources to prove the claims?

    • Just ask Russians in Russia. What he did to the people is widely known. Gorbachev is hated by the vast majority of the citizens.

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