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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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"It's Now or Never": Bolivian Elite Destroying the Country
"It's Now or Never": Bolivian Elite Destroying the Country To the Bolivian upper classes, President Evo Morales has to resign even if forced by extreme violence, or through a civil war. Misinformed, they have so many contradictions as in every Color Revolution; they hate wrong enemies, as in any Color Revolution across the globe. "It's now or never!", said a family in Santa Cruz de la Sierra, gathered close to Christ the Redeemer statue where thousands of demonstrators and road blockers stay seven days of the week, night and day. 

Mon, 11 Nov 2019 21:48:00 +0300


Elderly professor of history kills and dismembers his young mistress
Lawyers of 63-year-old Oleg Sokolov, an associate professor of the Faculty of History of the St. Petersburg State University, who was accused of murdering and dismembering his mistress, 24-year-old university graduate Anastasia Yeshchenko, intend to convince the court that he had shot the young woman being in a state of strong emotional stress caused by jealousy.CCTV footage was released showing historian Oleg Sokolov, a professor of St. Petersburg State University, leaving his home and carrying a large light-colored bag containing the legs of St. Petersburg State University graduate student Anastasia Yeshchenko. Having crossed the street, he approached the fence of the Moika River embankment, where Sokolov put the bag on the ground at his feet waiting for a random person to pass by. After making sure that there was no one else around, the professor grabs the bag and throws it into the water. Then he quickly steps back into his apartment building and disappears from sight.In another video, Sokolov throws two more bags into the Moika River. He is seen standing by the river for some time, staring into the water, and then leaves. It can be seen that the man is drunk: he had probably got drunk by that time, because, as he later said, he had to drink alcohol to subdue nausea as he was dismembering the victim. During the third time, when throwing a backpack with the woman's arms inside into the river, Sokolov slipped and fell into the river. He was rescued the following morning and sent to hospital, while the content of the recovered backpack became the reason for investigation.The victim's head was found in Sokolov's apartment. According to investigators, Sokolov shot Anastasia Yeshchenko dead on November 7, allegedly, during a quarrel. A day later, he dismembered her body and decided to dispose of the bags by throwing them into the river. It is worthy of note that Oleg Sokolov's first wife died under obscure circumstances.It was also reported that the historian was planning to commit suicide in public at the Peter and Paul Fortress before tourists' eyes. He was planning to wear Napoleon's costume for the act.According to sources in law enforcement, the victim of the historian, Anastasia Yeshchenko, arrived in St. Petersburg from the Krasnodar region and graduated from the St. Petersburg State University three years ago.The couple had been living together since 2015. The cause of their conflict remains unknown. According to preliminary information, Anastasia was hostile to Sokolov's daughters from his first marriage.Oleg Sokolov, candidate of historical sciences was born in 1956 in Leningrad. He is an assistant professor at the Department of Modern and Contemporary History of St. Petersburg State University. Sokolov authored a series of monographs on the activities of the armed forces of France during the times of Napoleon. In 2003, French President Jacques Chirac signed a decree awarding Sokolov with the Legion of Honor for his contribution to the study and popularization of the history of France and its army.

Mon, 11 Nov 2019 17:24:00 +0300


Press service of ToAZ issues self-revealing statement
The first in over six years inspection of the Russian Federation Federal Service of Ecological, Technical and Nuclear Surveillance (Rostechnadzor) of one of the world's largest ammonia producer PJSC Togliattiazot has attracted great attention of the Russian media. The plant and its majority shareholders, the Makhlai family, were reminded of all the numerous past violations, and even now, judging by preliminary data, not everything is in order with the safety and labor protection at the plant. Nevertheless, the press service of ToAZ decided not to wait till the end of the inspection. Armed with a quote from the well-known film "Brother-2" - "right is might"- which has been recently used by it here and there, the press service has made a long statement in which it refutes everything and everyone. If PR specialists, who suggested endlessly repeating this phrase for any reason, remembered how the whole quote sounded, they would have thought twice. "Tell me, American, what is the power? Is it money? My brother says that it is money. You have a lot of money, so what? I think that power is in the truth. Right is might. If you deceived someone, you would make money, but would you become stronger? No, you wouldn't! Because you are not right! And the one who was deceived by you, is right. So he's stronger, isn't he?" Let's not forget that this year on July 5, the main owners of ToAZ, including the US citizen Sergei Makhlai and his partners, were found guilty of embezzlement of 87 billion rubles from ToAZ and his shareholders. So, after all, who is right there, and who is the American who stole the money? But anyway, the press service claims that allegations of the absence of inspections of Rostekhnadzor at ToAZ for many years have been a lie. Allegedly, as many as 95 inspections have been carried out at the plant for the last eight years, and ToAZ has successfully passed all of them. But how to explain then that neither the press office of ToAZ, nor Rostekhnadzor have ever said a single word about these inspections over all these years? If these inspections were really carried out, and the plant passed them with honors, it would be an extremely positive news, especially after the 550 violations identified in 2011, which were acknowledged even by the ToAZ press service. Apparently, real inspections were nevertheless carried out only in the imagination of PR specialists.

Mon, 11 Nov 2019 11:48:00 +0300


Gender Violence: Orange the World!
Gender Violence: Orange the World! Time to start getting ready for a 16-day, multi-year campaign beginning on 25 November, the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women The theme for this year's International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women is 'Orange the World: Generation Equality Stands Against Rape', on 25 November, a campaign which will last for 16 days and which will conclude this year on Human Rights Day, 10 December.

Sun, 10 Nov 2019 19:45:00 +0300


Bulgaria wants Putin to apologize
Bulgaria believes that Moscow's actions to reward a "spy" and its vague requirement to leave the spy alone were humiliating for Sofia. In fact, the Kremlin gently advised Bulgaria to behave and not to prosecute "the good guy" for his beliefs.Bulgaria should keep an arms length from MalinovOn November 4, when Russia was celebrating the Day of National Unity, President Putin awarded the Order of Friendship to Nikolai Malinov, the chairman of the National Movement of Russophiles in Bulgaria. The news caused quite a stir in Bulgarian media. Malinov was detained in Bulgaria in early September for "espionage" in Russia's favor, but was then released under house arrest. Mlinov is accused of transferring the assets of bankrupt Bulgarian companies Vivacom, Dunarit-Rousse and Avionams-Plovdiv, as well as TV7 and BBT to Russian companies, allegedly not to let the Bulgarians get hold of those assets. His guilt is yet to be established, but Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borisov said that one should not mix the spy scandal with state-to-state relations with Moscow. Borisov noted that all non-governmental organizations, to which the Russophiles belong, have the right to work in Bulgaria. Borisov's opponents found remarks from Putin's official spokesman Dmitry Peskov about the decoration of Nikolai Malinov outrageous. "We believe that such a gesture to recognize Malinov's merits in terms of his contribution to the unity of Russia, the unity of the Russian world, contribution to the development of friendship and cooperation between our countries should not be used as a reason for any sort of persecution. It would be illogical and would have detrimental consequences. We hope that a person like him will be able to continue working for the purpose of the development of relations between our countries," Peskov said.Bulgaria wants Putin to apologizeOn Wednesday, Democratic Bulgaria Party (represented by one MP in the European Parliament) demanded in its appeal Prime Minister Borisov and President Rumen Radev should condemn Moscow's pressure. The statement said that Russia views Bulgaria as part of the "Russian world", as part of the "Russian Federation," and Malinov's decoration on the Day of National Unity of Russia was no coincidence."We at Democratic Bulgaria see these events as an act of unprecedented interference in the internal affairs of the state. We find the Kremlin's mentoring tone unacceptable for international relations, and we affirm that the Bulgarian authorities actually stay under the pressure of Putin and his government. We urge the Bulgarian government in the person of the Prime Minister Minister Borisov and President Radev to clearly and unequivocally condemn Russia's gross interference in Bulgaria's internal affairs and its judiciary system.  Borisov and Rudev must withdraw their invitation to the Russian leader to visit our country, and it is time for Russia to understand that Bulgaria is a sovereign state,  a member of the European Union and NATO, rather than a part of either the Russian world or the Russian Federation," the statement reads. How the reward found its heroIt is worthy of note that the judicial authorities of Bulgaria lifted the restriction for traveling abroad from Nikolai Malinov for the period from November 1 to 5, so that he could take part in the events of the Russkiy Mir Foundation and the International Slavic Union. In other words, it was the Bulgarians, who let the reward find its hero. Boyko Noev, former Defense Minister of Bulgaria wrote in an article for Mediapool.bg under the headline "Moscow ridicules Sofia" that the Bulgarian authorities, including the Office of the Prosecutor General and Prime Minister Borisov, did not investigate the poisoning of Bulgarian citizen Gebrev with Novichok nerve agent, because the traces of the crime were going straight to the top administration. According to him, Bulgaria has returned to the gas map of Europe through its participation in the Turkish Stream project, which Borisov referred to as "the Balkan Stream" on his territory. The author complains that Europe's gas map is actually Gazprom's map. He then proceeded to criticizing the project for the construction of Belene nuclear power plant, which is going to be built in Bulgaria with the help of the Russian Federal Agency for Atomic Power (Rosatom). Russia has no borders - it has horizonsSo what did you expect, gentlemen? When you obtain preferences and subsidies from the EU and the USA, it mans that you are supposed to run friendly and loyal policies. Greece wanted to become a part of the "Balkan Stream." Former Prime Minister of Greece, Alexis Tsipras, had talked to Putin in person about such an opportunity, but the choice fell on Bulgaria, largely owing to Borisov's pragmatic position.Why don't you thank Borisov instead of attacking him? Bulgaria will have billions of levs of profit from transit of natural gas, while people will get jobs even in most depressive areas of the country.  Yet, Sofia's policy to Russia has not been friendly recently. Bulgaria has expelled a Russian diplomat, did not approve a new military attaché in Sofia, criticizes the Red Army indicating that it had brought "repression, oppression of civic consciousness, distortion of economic development, and distanced Bulgaria from dynamics processes in developed European countries."The WWII subject is in Russia's DNA, and distorting WWII history implies clear disrespect for the Russians. So what can you expect in return? You need to learn to behave, as the Kremlin pointed out to you.

Fri, 08 Nov 2019 18:08:00 +0300


Russia catches the eye of Latvian-born investor James Richman
Russia is seen as one of the strong contenders and potential investment destinations for Latvian-born billionaire James Richman who is known for his investments in the most promising technologies and emerging countries. Making successful investments requires great timing, risk-taking, experience, and research. Such task comes naturally for Latvian-born billionaire James Richman as he has been making head-turning investments for the past 10 years. In fact, his unparalleled pattern recognition aided by his Asperger's Syndrome - a high functioning type of autism, has allowed the financier to be on top of the best investment destinations before they enter the radar of other investors.

Fri, 08 Nov 2019 12:02:00 +0300


America’s education system: Teaching the price of everything and the value of nothing
"Ask students to read for more than a couple of sentences and many will protest that they can't do it. The most frequent complaint that teachers hear that it's boring. It is not so much the content of the written material that is at issues here; it is the act of reading itself that is deemed to be boring. What we are facing here is not just time-honored teenage torpor, but the mismatch between a post-literate New Flesh that is too wired to concentrate and the confining concentrational logics of decaying disciplinary systems. To be bored means simply to be removed from the communicative sensation-stimulus matrix of texting, You Tube and fast food; to be denied, for a moment, the constant flow of sugary gratification on demand. Some students want Nietzsche in the same way they want a hamburger; the fail to grasp-and the logic of the consumer system encourages this misapprehension-the indigestibility, the difficult is Nietzsche." Mark Fisher, Capitalist Realism: Is There No Alternative? I am a substitute teacher (grades K-12) in a public school system located in Virginia, a state on the eastern seaboard of the United States. For many years prior to becoming a substitute teacher, I also taught at a private school in Virginia. Tuition and fees at the private school are approximately $42,000 (USD), the public schools are, of course, tuition free. To be sure, there are highly motivated students in both educational settings that call into question Mark Fisher's observation above. But in the main, both organization's struggle with figuring out if they are working with their subjects as students or as consumers of services provided by teachers and administrators.

Fri, 08 Nov 2019 12:01:00 +0300


The Climate: Where Trump got it wrong
The Climate: Where Trump got it wrong In isolating the USA from the international community on the response to climate change, President Donald Trump makes a gigantic strategic error which underlines his lack of ability to understand the issues which face all of us. I am not one of those who claims that all Americans are overweight and stupid, my answer to those who say so is OK then try and get into one of their Universities, and then study how US Universities have strong links with the community around them, helping with their funding. I am not one of those who derides President Trump and who calls him an overgrown playboy, an idiot and a fraud. Certainly, he started his life with a nice hand-out but he used it wisely and built a business empire with it and managed to beat the system on the Republican ticket. Not everyone gets to be POTUS.

Thu, 07 Nov 2019 18:20:00 +0300


Trump Impeachment Scam as Theater and Distraction
Trump Impeachment Scam as Theater and Distraction Trump is virtually certain to be impeached for illegitimate reasons by the Dem-controlled House - even though majority senators are highly likely to defeat the scheme. What's going on is one of the most disturbing spectacles in US history that's pockmarked with shameful chapters from inception.

Wed, 06 Nov 2019 22:01:00 +0300


Russia regains influence in the Middle East
Recent developments in the Middle East show that Russia has regained influence in the Middle East. It looks like while the American influence is declining, the Russian influence continues to rise. The developments in Syria clearly show these trends. After getting rid of Gaddafi, the Syrian President Assad was America's next target. America lined up many diverse forces to fight against the Syrian government forces. Besides the Syrian opponents of Assad, there were the Islamic radicals and the Kurds. Many Arab countries and Turkey were also supporting the American effort. Russia and Iran stood firmly with Assad. China also threw its support behind Assad. As it became apparent that America was not going to achieve its objective, the coalition America had put together started falling apart. The forces which were supposed to fight Assad started fighting each other and some switched sides. Turkey, which was considered the eastern flank of NATO, made up with Russia to a point that it even showed interest in acquiring the Russian weapons. Turkey was very concerned that the American-supported Kurds, who were operating in the area near the Turkish border, could cross the border and infiltrate Turkey and create problems for it. In a preemptive move, Turkey invaded Syria. America abandoned the Kurds. The Syrian forces, backed by Russia, decided to resist the invasion. The Kurds, who felt abandoned by America, felt that Russia came to their help in a very critical situation.

Tue, 05 Nov 2019 18:01:00 +0300