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March 14, 2015. Where is Vladimir? Read his activities from the news from the Kremlin feed below, or from Pravda. He has not been seen in public for 10 days, and I am hearing he may have had a stroke, or has cancer, or is hanging out with a possible newborn baby. Hm. The full range from life to death.
I hope he has gone to Ukraine and Crimea, and is privately working out how to remove Russian troops as soon as possible.

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Countries invade because they want war, world domination, to save inhabitants, or they want stuff. Like oil and gas. Which one is Russia? I don't know but I am listening to them. Above and below.
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Russia is the largest country in the world,  over 12 to 13% of land mass. It borders Norway, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Belarus, Ukraine, Georgia, Azebaijian, Kazakhstan, China, Mongolia, North Korea. Across the waters is Japan (the Sea of Okhotsk) and the USA (Bering Strait).


Pictures above, right and below: New York City Russian Consulate one week after Russia announced it had annexed Crimea.

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The EU votes for the installation of new US missiles in Europe
By Manlio Dinucci Near the United Nations Glass Palace in New York, there is a metallic sculpture entitled "Evil Defeated by Good", representing Saint George transfixing a dragon with his lance. It was donated by the USSR in 1990 to celebrate the INF Treaty concluded with the USA in 1987, which banned land-based short- and mid-range nuclear missiles (a reach of between 500 and 5,000 km). Symbolically,the body of the dragon is in fact made with pieces of US Pershing-2 ballistic missiles (originally based in West Germany) and Soviet SS-20 missiles (originally based in the USSR). But the nuclear dragon, which in the sculpture is shown as dying, is now being reborn. Thanks to Italy and other countries of the European Union, which, at the United Nations General Assembly, voted against the resolution presented by Russia on the "Preservation and Implementation of the INF Treaty", rejected by 46 to 43 with 78 abstentions.

Wed, 23 Jan 2019 12:11:00 +0300


America's judases, part two: Gladys Knight
On June 12, 2006, Pravda.Ru published my article The True Judas.  This article discussed the theory that Judas's actions in betraying Jesus were less motivated by greed and more by a misunderstanding of Christ's mission and purpose. Some say this theory is supported by the assertion, in the Gospel of Matthew, that Judas's remorse over betraying Jesus compelled him to return the money he was paid, and drove him to suicide. While the truth will probably never be known, Judas's apparent acts of contrition have made me reluctant to use him as the ultimate paradigm of evil.

Mon, 21 Jan 2019 23:38:00 +0300


The scandal of skewed reporting
Reporting that an SAS operative stormed a Kenyan hotel "single-handedly" is not only a lie, it is also highly disrespectful to the Kenyan authorities. There is no doubt that the SAS trooper who was present at the recent stand-off in a Kenyan Hotel, when terrorists stormed the building and took hostages, made a heroic contribution to saving lives. That much is true. But to say he performed his act single-handedly, as some do, is an insult to the many Kenyan servicemen and women who launched an immediate and coordinated response combining special forces, police and military units. Such reporting, presenting skewed versions of events, is becoming a mainstay in the British media, a media which pats itself on the back for telling the truth when in fact what many outlets do, is sell lies. Remember the stories about Gaddafi bombing his own people in Tripoli? Remember the look on their faces when Saif al-Islam al-Gaddafi took them to the places where they said the bombs had fallen, revealing that the entire story was a fabrication?

Mon, 21 Jan 2019 16:42:00 +0300


Brexit: UK caught between the past and the future
The United Kingdom stands fatally divided between nations, regions, generations, on the edge of a critical fault line which threatens the future of the Union. Picture a hen-house with three hundred and fifty hens inside, and one rooster. The door opens, and three foxes slink inside licking their lips. Now picture the utter bedlam which ensues. Welcome to the United Kingdom, two and a half years after a politician promised a referendum on a matter of national importance just because he wanted an absolute majority in a domestic election. Welcome to the ridiculous portmanteau, Brexit. Those of us who know the United Kingdom have been trying, since June 2016, to understand the psyche of the British people and this week, the penny finally dropped. What appeared to be nonsensical finally makes (non)sense.

Sun, 20 Jan 2019 14:30:00 +0300


Dumped by the Trump that Americans Deserved
By Guy Somerset In the home of a good friend hangs a clock with the visage of his President which chimes every hour, "Let's Make America Great Again!" Given this confrère's penchant for fine antiques it is a bit of an incongruity; though does make for amusing stares among the more liberal guests at dinner parties. That even an individual so dignified surrendered to Trump hysteria, to say nothing of Trump kitsch, speaks volumes regarding the degree to which a broad swath of the public once credited the candidate.

Fri, 18 Jan 2019 20:26:00 +0300


What Brexit means for international students in the UK
On the eve of Brexit, the most important event to have taken place in the 21st century Europe, its outcomes are still unknown. Though Brexit is less than three months away, no one knows for sure what's in it for travelers, business persons, and even students. After the UK Parliament voted to reject an agreement on Britain's withdrawal from the European Union on January 16, a very short period remains for things to get clearer. The number of those that will be directly affected by Brexit is high, due to the number of internationals living in the UK. Ranked as the second country in the world with the highest population of international students, the UK continues to lure bright students around the world with its renowned universities and qualitative education system.

Fri, 18 Jan 2019 20:25:00 +0300


Two Su-34 fighters touch wings in midair and crash into the sea in Russia's Far East
Rescuers found the pilot of one of the two Su-34 fighters that had collided in midair in the Far East on January 18. "The pilot was found on the life raft in the course of the rescue operation. He was lifted to the Mi-8 rescue helicopter safely," officials with the Russian Defence Ministry said. The rescue operation takes place in severe weather conditions with squally winds and storm of force 4, officials added. Six ships and a Tu-142 anti-submarine aircraft were sent to the area of search. Two Su-34 aircraft touched wings and crashed into the sea during a scheduled flight. The pilots of the bombers ejected. It was later specified that one fighter jet crashed into the sea, while the fate of the other one remains unknown. Most likely, the pilots miscalculate the safe distance between the aircraft. Su-34 flights throughout Russia have been suspended.The incident occurred during a scheduled training flight over the Sea of Japan, 35 km from the coast, during manoeuvring exercises. The two aircraft were on a mission without ammunition, Defence Ministry officials said. Update: The pilot of the second aircraft has also been recovered from water. He remains in satisfactory condition.

Fri, 18 Jan 2019 12:38:00 +0300


Terrorists claim responsibility for Magnitogorsk apartment building explosion
The Islamic State* terrorist group (banned in Russia) claimed responsibility for the explosion of the apartment building in Russia's Magnitogorsk. An article, which appeared in the weekly Arab newspaper Al Naba, said that the militants had allegedly planted explosives in the block of flats on Karl Marx Street, 164 "between the third and the tenth floor" and blew up the bomb in the morning of December 31. The group explained its long silence on the topic with security considerations for those who committed the terrorist attack. The jihadists did not specify any other details in the article.In response to the publications, representatives of the Russian Investigative Committee reiterated that there were no traces of explosives found on the site of the tragedy. "We have been investigating into all possible versions from the very beginning, but the domestic gas explosion remains the priority version to date. I emphasise that neither explosives nor their components have been found on the fragments taken from the scene by experts and forensic experts," Svetlana Petrekno, an official representative of the Investigative Committee said. "In addition to all this, we collect other evidence, we question witnesses, eyewitnesses and those who suffered in the explosion. Conclusions about the reason for what happened can only be made on the basis of a complex of investigative actions and a thorough analysis of the evidence obtained. Therefore, I suggest journalists do not trust reports from terrorist organisations. They may often attribute themselves to high-profile incidents in different countries of the world," she added in a statement. A section of the apartment building in Magnitogorsk collapsed early in the morning of December 31. Thirty-nine people were killed under the rubble of the house. According to the official version, it was an explosion of household gas that caused the tragedy, but local media reported already in the evening of January 2 that this could be a terrorist act. On January 1, a Gazelle minibus exploded in Magnitogorsk on January 1. After three weeks of investigation, the Investigative Committee has not named the main version of the tragedy. *Terrorist organisation, banned in Russia

Fri, 18 Jan 2019 12:10:00 +0300


China Warns Against Travel to US and Canada
China Warns Against Travel to US and Canada by Stephen Lendman (stephenlendman.org - Home - Stephen Lendman) In response to the unlawful December 1 arrest and detention of Chinese tech giant Huawei's chief financial officer Sabrina Meng Wanzhou by Canadian authorities in Vancouver at the behest of the Trump regime, facing possible unacceptable extradition to the US, Beijing warned its high-tech personnel last month against traveling to America unless it's essential.

Fri, 18 Jan 2019 01:22:00 +0300


The WSJ on US War Plans Against Iran
The WSJ on US War Plans Against Iran by Stephen Lendman (stephenlendman.org - Home - Stephen Lendman) The Wall Street Journal reported that the Trump regime "sought options to strike Iran," falsely saying it may pursue a course no previous US leadership considered. More on this below.

Thu, 17 Jan 2019 01:38:00 +0300