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Grigoriev, Oleg Society. Personalities Glazyev, Sergey

Mikhail Khazin

Mikhail Khazin is a Russian economist and a journalist. He is also a tv show host.

For the past few years Khazin was a member of advisory council "Economy & Ethics" under Patriarch of Moscow and all Russia. He is a permanent member of the "club Izborsk", created in 2012, and a member of the Supreme Council of the International "Eurasian Movement."

Born: 1962; 

Global project for Russia

…Russia will not be able to exist without its global project. Many of today's problems in our country are due to the fact that, having been a medium for global projects for a thousand years prior (first "Orthodox Christian" and then "Red"), we have suddenly started to integrate into a totally foreign "Western" project.

…the "Western" project is disintegrating before our eyes. …today one cannot succeed in building the "Orthodox" project.

This leaves us with project "Red". … In the development of the current crisis this project can suddenly rise up in the eyes of the peoples of the world, so to raise its flag on time would be very important.

… And like it or not, the ideas of the "Red" project will still take their place in the world, since defeating them in the twentieth century was only accomplished via a combination of total brutality and a colossal amount of money to bribe the population. And there is no more money for this purpose.

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  • Mikhail Khazin, Oleg Grigoriev. THE PROBLEM OF RISKS IN THE MODERN ECONOMY.
  • Economist Mikhail Khazin: The second wave of economic crisis will hit Lithuania in autumn 2014.

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