Anatoly Chubais

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Person.png Anatoly Chubais  Rdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
(deep politician)
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BornАнато́лий Бори́сович Чуба́йс
16 June 1955
Borisov, Byelorussian SSR, Soviet Union
NationalityRussian
SpouseLudmila
Member ofWEF/Global Leaders for Tomorrow/1993
Interest ofVladimir Potanin
PartyIndependent
Double Bilderberger facilitator of the privatization of Russia that killed millions. Central in the introduction of the Sputnik V Covid-vaccine.

Employment.png Chairman of the executive board of Rusnano

In office
22 September 2008 - Present

Employment.png First Deputy Prime Minister of Russia Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
17 March 1997 - 23 March 1998
Preceded byVladimir Potanin

Employment.png First Deputy Prime Minister of Russia Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
5 November 1994 - 16 January 1996
Preceded byAnatoly Chubais

Anatoly Borisovich Chubais is a former Russian Prime Minister and deep politician. With heavy US intervention[1], he worked on privatization of the former USSR, concentrating the wealth of the nation in a handful of oligarchs. This led to an economic collapse where birth rates and average life expectancy fell steeply, callously killing millions of pensioners. Even 30 years later he is still Russia's most hated man[2],but has deep connections to the power apparatus.

“We created a virtual open shop for thievery at a national level and for capital flight in terms of hundreds of billions of dollars, and the raping of natural resources and industries on a scale which I doubt has ever taken place in human history.”
E. Wayne Merry [3]
a U.S. Embassy official in Moscow during the 1990s.

“So what if 30 million will die? They didn't find their niche in the market.”
Anatoly Chubais[citation needed]
quote attributed to Anatoly Chubais

Selected a Global Leader for Tomorrow by the World Economic Forum in 1993, he attended the 2008 and 2012 Bilderberg meetings.

As leader of Rusnano from 2008, a development institution for nanotechnology-based hi-tech industry in Russia, he spent a large amount of public money without developing any profitable products. Both Rusnano and Chubais have long standing connections to Alexander Gintsburg, the Gamalaya Institute[4] and its Sputnik V "vaccine".

In 2011, Chubais said at at the Fourth International Nanotechnology Forum in Moscow:

“From the 7 billion that will be reached this week, the world population should drop to two and a half or even one and a half billion people by the end of the century. A three-fold reduction in the population would be simply unthinkable, although serious scientists are talking about exactly this.”
Anatoly Chubais (2011)  [5]

In 2020, Russian President Vladimir Putin signed a decree appointing Chubais “Special Representative of the President of the Russian Federation for Relations with International Organizations to Achieve Sustainable Development Goals.” [6]

Career

From 1994 to 1996, Chubais was an elected member of the State Duma (parliament) and a member of the Russian Choice bloc, which supported Boris Yeltsin. As a member of Boris Yeltsin's administration in the early 1990s,[7], he was a key figure in introducing market economy, working with Anders Åslund, the IMF and American advisors from Harvard.

He ran Yeltsin’s successful presidential campaign in 1996 and became the Chief of Staff after the election. Chubais and his clique of political and financial power brokers, known as the “Chubais clan,” was responsible for privatization in Russia after the fall of the Soviet Union, creating the system of oligarchs.

In the government of Prime Minister Viktor Chernomydrin, Chubais served as Deputy Prime Minster as well as Finance Minister. He led reforms of the tax and pension system. Chubais was dismissed as Finance Minister in November 1997. When Chernomydrin was unexpectedly dismissed in March 1998, Chubais also lost the post of Deputy Prime Minister.

After Active Politics

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After that, Chubais left politics, and from 1998 to 2008, he headed the state-owned electrical power monopoly RAO UES. A dramatic blackout in the Russian capital Moscow on 25 May 2005, while Chubais headed the electricity conglomerate, did little to help his popularity. The city was paralyzed and underground trains were stalled for several hours.

A roadside bomb, followed by gunfire salvo, was aimed at Chubais’s car in 2005, but the assassination attempt was a failure and he was unharmed. Three individuals, including Vladimir Kvachkov, a colonel in the Russian Foreign Intelligence Service, were tried for the plot, but later acquitted. Kvachkov ran for parliamentary office while in prison and won 44,000 votes, though it was not sufficient for election.

For many years, Chubais consistently ranked at the top of Russia’s "most hated man" polls[10].

Despite this, Chubais is still part of the power system. In 2008, Russian president Dmitry Medvedev appointed Chubais as director-general of the state nanotechnology company Rusnano. By the time he resigned in 2020, he had failed to find any profitable products, despite spending huge public funds.[11][12]

Since September 2008 he has been a member of the advisory body of financial services giant JPMorgan Chase & Co.

His Wikipedia entry has been carefully managed, presumably by professionals, and does not mention anything negative.


 

Events Participated in

EventStartEndLocation(s)Description
Bilderberg/199814 May 199817 May 1998Scotland
Turnberry
The 46th Bilderberg meeting, held in Scotland, chaired by Peter Carrington
Bilderberg/201231 May 20123 June 2012US
Virginia
Chantilly
The 58th Bilderberg, in Chantilly, Virginia. Unusually just 4 years after an earlier Bilderberg meeting there.
WEF/Annual Meeting/202021 January 202024 January 2020World Economic Forum
Switzerland
This mega-summit of the world's ruling class and their political and media appendages happens every year, but 2020 was special, as the continuous corporate media coverage of COVID-19 started more or less from one day to the next on 20/21. January, coinciding with the start of the meeting.


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