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Posted 05 May 2015 - 05:59 AM

Russian Academy of Science predicts decades of global cooling.

Russian government embraces nuclear power.


"Parallel global warmings—observed simultaneously on Mars and on Earth—can only be a straightline consequence of the effect of the one same factor: a long-time change in solar irradiance."

Russia is using cut-price nuclear energy deals as leverage to influence EU states and shore up long-term alliances in the Middle and Far East, according to energy analysts.

Analysis of recent deals secured by Russia's state nuclear corporation Rosatom reveals a costly drive by Moscow to lock countries including Hungary, Bulgaria, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Iran, Turkey, Jordan, Egypt, India, Bangladesh, Vietnam and Argentina into arrangements that will mean they rely on a supply of nuclear fuel from Russia for decades.


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Posted 05 May 2015 - 09:52 AM

No doubt Putin thanked the Clintons for the uranium. (http://europe.newswe...n-choice-326198)

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Posted 08 May 2015 - 04:04 AM

Jim Rogers: Invest in North Korea, Iran and Russia


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Posted 08 May 2015 - 08:13 AM

Russian Academy of Science predicts decades of global cooling.

Russian government embraces nuclear power.


"Parallel global warmings—observed simultaneously on Mars and on Earth—can only be a straightline consequence of the effect of the one same factor: a long-time change in solar irradiance."

Russia is using cut-price nuclear energy deals as leverage to influence EU states and shore up long-term alliances in the Middle and Far East, according to energy analysts.

Analysis of recent deals secured by Russia's state nuclear corporation Rosatom reveals a costly drive by Moscow to lock countries including Hungary, Bulgaria, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Iran, Turkey, Jordan, Egypt, India, Bangladesh, Vietnam and Argentina into arrangements that will mean they rely on a supply of nuclear fuel from Russia for decades.


http://en.wikipedia....and_predictions

http://europe.newswe...n-choice-326198


Yes, kudos! KUDOS! The Russians HAVE BEEN, ARE, AND WILL BE FOREVER RIGHT ABOUT EVERYTHING!!!
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Posted 16 May 2015 - 06:52 AM

Jim Rogers: Invest in North Korea, Iran and Russia


How Does One Invest in Russia?


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Posted 16 May 2015 - 10:50 AM

Victory Day Parade in Russia sends a powerful message. Russia is a first class military power, and Russia is backed by China and India, whose soldiers marched with Russia’s in the parade.

With the President of China sitting at the right hand of Putin, the celebration also made it completely clear that Washington is no longer the Uni-power.

So, while the increasingly irrelevant West, absorbed in its own self-importance, snubbed the celebration of the victory that the Red Army gave them over Hitler, the three largest countries in the world were present united. Russia has the largest land mass, and China and India, also large land masses, have the world’s largest populations.


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Posted 21 June 2015 - 06:05 AM

A Russian soldier fighting in Ukraine described himself as fighting “a holy war” for Mother Russia. There is a nationalistic-religious dimension to Russia’s war in Ukraine that Western analysts are not seeing.

Putin wants to fight off Western values that have unquestionably led to lower birthrates, which is something that Russia, facing demographic disaster, cannot afford.

It is not a figment of Moscow’s imagination that the U.S. State Department encourages feminism and LGBT activism.

When Washington DC considers having successful gay pride parades a key benchmark for “advancement” in Eastern Europe, we should not be surprised at the Kremlin's resistance .

My friends in Eastern Europe have noted that it’s odd that the U.S. Government promotes such things in small, poor Eastern European countries it can intimidate but never, say, in Saudi Arabia.

There is ample evidence that many average people in Eastern Europe who fear Russia nevertheless are closer to the Kremlin’s positions on cultural matters than to America’s.



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Posted 25 June 2015 - 06:13 AM

It was the EU that provoked the Ukrainian shambles, not Vladimir Putin

The EU has a remorseless urge to draw the cradle of Russian identity into its own empire

One of the oddest and most frightening stories of the year has been the ludicrous and persistent misrepresentation in the West of the reason for the tragic shambles unfolding over Russia and Ukraine.

It was entirely predictable that Russia and the ethnic Russians of eastern Ukraine would respond as they have done. So, too, was the wish of the vast majority of Crimeans, 82 per cent of them Russian speakers, to rejoin the country of which they were part for most of two centuries – let alone Russia’s reaction to the prospect of seeing their warm-water ports taken over by NATO.

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Posted 05 July 2015 - 06:51 AM

It was the EU that provoked the Ukrainian shambles, not Vladimir Putin

The EU has a remorseless urge to draw the cradle of Russian identity into its own empire

One of the oddest and most frightening stories of the year has been the ludicrous and persistent misrepresentation in the West of the reason for the tragic shambles unfolding over Russia and Ukraine.

It was entirely predictable that Russia and the ethnic Russians of eastern Ukraine would respond as they have done. So, too, was the wish of the vast majority of Crimeans, 82 per cent of them Russian speakers, to rejoin the country of which they were part for most of two centuries – let alone Russia’s reaction to the prospect of seeing their warm-water ports taken over by NATO.

http://www.telegraph...imir-Putin.html


Letter from a Ukrainian

Western media seldom talks about Ukraine's inner problems. In my country, wealth divided between several groups of ultra-rich oligarchs. Some control the bank system, others the power system, and another the oil companies. Recently the battles between them have escalated. We now have armed fighters on streets of Kiev guarding national oil companies.

I don't care which oligarch wins because I know that the people of Ukraine will lose in any case. The situation now looks like Feudal Europe in early Middle Ages. Each wealthy baron strives to be a king and have own army and own land with serves.

Porochenko has support of America and EU but zero respect in Ukraine. Powerful oligarchs battle for pieces. Some think that Ukraine oil was taken under control by USA, though Porochenko. This seems logical to me.
Carpetbaggers vs. Oligarchs

Enter the Carpetbaggers: Ukraine's New Finance Minister a US Citizen, New Economy Minister from Lithuania

"Now that Ukraine's gold has been sold off, the only thing left to complete the plundering is to send in the carpetbaggers. That process is now underway. Ukraine's just-named "Finance Minister" is a US citizen, and Ukraine's new "Economy Minister" is from Lithuania. To get around legal issues associated with having foreigners in top level government positions, Ukraine made the appointees Ukrainian citizens.


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Posted 15 July 2015 - 05:01 AM

Letter from a Ukrainian

I don't care which oligarch wins because I know that the people of Ukraine will lose in any case. The situation now looks like Feudal Europe in early Middle Ages. Each wealthy baron strives to be a king and have own army and own land with serves.

Porochenko has support of America and EU but zero respect in Ukraine. Powerful oligarchs battle for pieces. Some think that Ukraine oil was taken under control by USA, though Porochenko. This seems logical to me.

Carpetbaggers vs. Oligarchs

Enter the Carpetbaggers: Ukraine's New Finance Minister a US Citizen, New Economy Minister from Lithuania

"Now that Ukraine's gold has been sold off, the only thing left to complete the plundering is to send in the carpetbaggers. That process is now underway. Ukraine's just-named "Finance Minister" is a US citizen, and Ukraine's new "Economy Minister" is from Lithuania. To get around legal issues associated with having foreigners in top level government positions, Ukraine made the appointees Ukrainian citizens.

An obscure private Ukrainian natural gas company has been hiring friends and family of Secretary of State John Kerry and Vice President Joe Biden, while seeking to influence Congress

Since Hunter Biden took the new job, his father, Vice President Joe Biden, has continued to serve as the Obama Administration’s point person on Ukraine, traveling to the country as recently as June for the inauguration of President Petro Poroshenko and talking to Poroshenko by phone at least five times in the last month.

There is no legal barrier to prohibit Hunter Biden from working with a company that can be impacted by the policy decisions of his father, and the White House has maintained that the Vice President has not been influenced by his son’s employment.


http://time.com/2964...hunter-burisma/

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