Reciprocity & Milk-down Effect : Russia prolongs Santions against the Harper Regime

RT – As a countermeasure ( to Canadian santions against Russia ), Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev signed a decree to prolong Russia’s food embargo until August 5, 2016. The list includes meat of cattle, pigs, edible offal, fish and shellfish, milk and dairy products, vegetables, sausages, etc., according to Medvedev. (1) – emphasis added

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Dr. Mahathir : “The West is doing everything to alienate countries of the Eastern bloc”

Dr. Mahathir while serving as Malaysian Prime Minister (1984) / wikimedia

Dr. Mahathir  while serving as Malaysian Prime Minister (1984) / wikimedia

LPACFormer Malaysian Prime Minister Dr. Mahathir Mohamad warned yesterday on his blog that the U.S. and NATO are attempting to provoke a world war.  Continue reading

Putin to Western elites: Game over

Original Wikimedia and Openclipart images modified by CNLib

Original Wikimedia and Openclipart images modified by CNLib

”Most people in the English-speaking parts of the world missed Putin’s speech at the Valdai conference in Sochi a few days ago, and, chances are, those of you who have heard of the speech didn’t get a chance to read it, and missed its importance. Western media did their best to ignore it or to twist its meaning. Regardless of what you think or don’t think of Putin, this is probably the most important political speech since Churchill’s “Iron Curtain” speech of March 5, 1946.” (1) – emphasis in green added

”An excellent blogger about Russia distills Putin’s Sochi speech into 10 simple points’‘ – Dmitry Orlov,

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A calm President Putin vs “nasty tone and pathetic questions” from French Media

Russian President Vladimir Putin granted an interview to Europe-1 and TF-1  in France / Screenshot from YouTube video

Russian President Vladimir Putin granted an interview to Europe-1 and TF-1 in France / Screenshot from YouTube video

“Putin presented a calm, confident demeanor and was never ruffled by the nasty tone and pathetic questions that were thrown at him.” (1)

“C’est la première interview que le président russe accorde aux médias occidentaux depuis le début de la crise en Ukraine.” This is the first interview that the Russian president gives Western media since the beginning of the crisis in Ukraine. (2)

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Ron Paul: We’ve had enough of these wars and we’ve had enough of this debt.

Dr. Ron Paul, by Gage Skidmore / Wiki Commons *

Dr. Ron Paul, by Gage Skidmore / Wiki Commons 

The American people want no part of a conflict with Russia, just as they wanted no part in a war against Syria last summer (…) The American tax-payers don’t want it and our government thinks they can get away with it.” – emphasis added

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A movement toward rebalancing global powers: Germans soon to free themselves ?

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”Germany is the economic cornerstone of the E.U. and Germany is “mad as hell at the U.S.” and not going to take U.S. enslavement much longer.” (1) Jack D. Douglas 

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Arab Spring, Arab Autumn, and Nuclear Winter?

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Fifty years ago in the last weeks of October, the world experienced thirteen days of an existential crisis known as the Cuban Missile Crisis. President John F. Kennedy, and his brother Robert, ushered our nation and the world safely through that danger, which could have ended civilization within a matter of hours.

Today, the world faces a similar imminent crisis; only this time, it is far worse.” (…)

“Since Russia and China have refused to submit to the British Imperial diktat of the zero-growth economic model called globalization and are a threat to the crumbling transatlantic banking system, they are now targeted. War with these nations will indeed bring a nuclear winter. This is the same nuclear winter that we avoided under the leadership of John F. Kennedy. (1)

David Christie, former US Congressional Candidate – (emphasis added)

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Moscow warns NATO partners ‘against interfering militarily in the affairs of sovereign states’

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Moscow warns NATO on itchy trigger finger in Syria

RT – The Foreign Ministry has called on NATO and Middle East countries not to devise pretexts for military intervention in Syria. Continue reading

Lavrov: No-Fly Zone over Syria under ‘Humanitarian’ pretex would be Illegal

Obama meets with Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov – July 13, 2011 / Wikimedia *

Military action in Syria will lead to catastrophe, Russia’s Foreign Minister has said. Russia opposes US demands for a no-fly zone over Syria, he said, adding that the solution to the ongoing conflict is the Geneva accord peace plan.”

“Russia does not support the Assad regime, but rather works in the interest of the Syrian people and regards ending the ongoing violence in the country as its priority, Lavrov said. Moscow also rejects the imposition of any no-fly zone over Syria as a violation of Syrian sovereignty, he said, referencing recent statements by Washington.” (1)

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Russia’s former prime minister Primakov on Syria and Iran: Warning about the prospects for renewed war

Evgenii Maksimovich Primakov (1997) / Wikimedia *

President Obama has directly ordered the CIA to support the Syrian opposition.” Primakov called these activities “gross interference in the internal affairs of a sovereign nation that presents no threat whatsoever to the United States or anybody else.”Yevgeni Primakov, Russia’s former prime minister, foreign minister, and foreign intelligence chief

Bottom of the Financial Crisis: Could the Greeks turn their Backs on the West?

Marble Statue (circa 400 BC.) – Archaeological Museum of Piraeus (Athens) / Wikimedia Commons *

“Russia supplies Greece with the majority of its oil and gas (…) Greece and Russia share the Orthodox religion (…) Greece has historically been critical of NATO and the West.”  LaRouchePAC

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RT: Washington and Moscow clash over Syria

“US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton caused an uproar after she accused Russia of sending attack helicopters to Syria. Russian officials have stated they are in compliance with international law and denied Clinton’s accusations stating from their side that it’s Washington who arms Syrian opposition forces escalating bloodshed in Syria. Lucy Kafanov brings us more on the issue.”  RT

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