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    Post  Carol on Tue Feb 08, 2011 7:49 am


    Tchaikovsky returns to America
    Russia’s renowned Mariinsky Symphony Orchestra will open the festive jubilee season at the Carnegie Hall, celebrating its 120th anniversary.
    “The busiest conductor in the world”, Maestro Valery Gergiev, and his key St. Petersburg-based company will perform scores by legendary Russian composers, such as Shostakovich, Rimsky-Korsakov and Tchaikovsky, to mark the occasion.

    Music by Tchaikovsky will dominate the program, but it is not just a tribute to the great
    Russian composer.

    Back in 1891, the author of Swan Lake came to America to take part in the opening night of the Carnegie Hall. The 51-year-old composer conducted the New York Music Society’s orchestra, performing his Marche Solonelle, which Tchaikovsky had written in 1882 to celebrate the coronation of Tsar Alexander III.

    Tchaikovsky’s performance made such an impact on the public at the Carnegie Hall that the genius composer who had once suffered stage fright was called back on stage three times.

    One of the highlights of the series of concerts in October will be a performance from the winner of the International Tchaikovsky Competition to be held in Russia this summer.
    http://rt.com/art-and-culture/news/tchaikovsky-mariinsky-carnegie-hall/

    Tchaikovsky Competition sets first records
    A record number of entries from around the world has been submitted to one of the most prestigious and influential music contests - the 14th International Tchaikovsky Competition, held once every four years in the Russian capital.
    http://rt.com/art-and-culture/news/tchaikovsky-competition-gergiev-mariinsky/

    A remarkable selection of works from the world’s largest museum of Russian art – The Russian Museum in St. Petersburg – will go on display at the landmark Palazzo Pitti in Florence.
    http://rt.com/art-and-culture/news/malevich-pitti-briullov-painting/


    Giselle set to seduce Americans
    A tragic love story between a peasant girl and an aristocrat cannot last longer than a couple of hours, as has been proved over and over again by the celebrated Mariinsky Ballet Company since 1842.
    http://rt.com/art-and-culture/news/giselle-ballet-mariinsky-vishneva/
    Giselle set to seduce Americans


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    Post  Carol on Tue Feb 08, 2011 7:57 am


    Russia to scrap daylight saving time this autumn
    Russia will stick to summer time and not switch to daylight saving time on the last Sunday of October as it has done since 1981, Russian President Dmitry Medvedev said on Tuesday.
    "I decided to cancel the shift to winter time, starting from this autumn," he said.
    Medvedev said that the shift in time "may lead to stress and illnesses."
    Daylight saving time is practiced in every European country except Iceland, as well as in many other countries around the world to save energy. The first recorded time change in Russia was in 1917.
    MOSCOW, February 8 (RIA Novosti)
    http://en.rian.ru/russia/20110208/162507473.html


    A baby boy, weighting 7.2 kilos, was born in Russian town of Khabarovsk (Russia Far East). The newborn and his 33 year-old mother were feeling fine.

    The usual weight of healthy newborn children is 3-3.5 kilos. An infant up to 5 kilos is considered big, more than 5 is a "giant". According to statistics, these big babies are a rare event, they are born one in a 1.5 thousand. The newborn was born last week and his 33 year-old mother were feeling fine.The baby boy is the second child in the family, and the first one was regular, who is a 14-year-old girl.
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    Post  Carol on Wed Feb 09, 2011 11:00 am


    Superpack of 400 ravenous wolves terrorize Russian village
    February 9, 2011 – RUSSIA – A ‘super pack’ of wolves have been terrifying a Russian town after leaving more than 30 horses dead in just four days. Four hundred bloodthirsty wolves have been spotted prowling around the edges of Verkhoyansk, in Russia, attacking livestock at will. Twenty four teams of hunters have been put together to get rid of the wolves, with a bounty of £210 for every wolf skin brought to officials. Stepan Rozhin, an administration official for the Verkhoyansk district in Russia, said: ‘To protect the town we are creating 24 teams of armed hunters, who will patrol the neighborhood on snowmobiles and set wolf traps. ‘A pack of wolves this size is unheard of, with the animals usually preferring to hunt in smaller groups of just six or seven. The massive group is believed to be made from hundreds of packs and has left animal experts baffled. Dr Valerius Geist, a wildlife behavior expert, said the harsh Siberian winter – where temperatures plummet to minus 49C – had killed off the animal’s usual prey. He said: ‘It is unusual for wolves to gather in such numbers to hunt large animal like horses. ‘However, the population of their usual prey, rabbits, has decreased this year due to lack of food, so wolves have had to change their habits. ‘Wolves are very careful to choose the most nutritious food source easiest obtained without danger – which in this case happens to be horses. ‘They will start tackling dangerous prey when they run out of non-dangerous prey.’ Villagers have already managed to snare a number of the animals but the pack is so sizeable that is likely to take some time to deal with. -Daily Mail


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    Post  Carol on Sun Feb 13, 2011 12:19 am


    Russia locates missing satellite
    RUSSIA has re-established contact with a missing military satellite but it was unclear if the craft would still work.
    The high-tech Geo-IK-2 craft was designed to help the military draw a three-dimensional map of the earth and locate the precise positions of various targets.
    But it lost contact with ground control shortly after its launch Tuesday from a northern Russian space centre, in the second such satellite mishap in less than two months.

    A defense ministry spokesman said Wednesday that stable contact had been established with the craft and that officials were now trying to determine if its orbit would allow it to complete its assigned mission.
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    Post  Carol on Sat Feb 26, 2011 9:38 am

    Report: Man blows himself up at Moscow supermarket
    MOSCOW – A man blew himself up with a grenade near a supermarket in Moscow on Saturday, Russian news agencies said. No other injuries were reported.

    Police had no immediate official comment and reports from unidentified witnesses and police sources gave contradictory accounts of the blast in northeastern Moscow that killed the man. There was no immediate indication of whether the blast was intended as a terrorist act.

    The Interfax news agency cited witnesses as saying the man drove alongside a supermarket, got out of the car and went up to the store's entrance muttering unintelligibly, then pulled out the grenade and set it off. Other reports said he was either in the car or next to it.

    A suicide bomber killed 37 people in a Jan. 24 blast at Moscow's Domodedovo airport, the country's busiest. A leader of Islamist insurgents in Russia's Caucasus claimed responsibility for ordering that attack.
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    Post  Carol on Sat Feb 26, 2011 9:48 am


    Russia launches satellite for global navigation system
    Russia has launched a satellite needed to create its own global navigation system, intended to rival America's Global Positioning System (GPS).

    The Glonass-K satellite was carried into orbit on a Soyuz rocket from a cosmodrome in northern Russia.

    In December, an attempt to put the final three satellites into space failed when they crashed into the sea.

    More launches are planned with the aim of finishing the system this year.

    'Sovereignty'
    The Russian prime minister, Vladimir Putin, has said the Glonass system will give the country satellite navigation sovereignty.

    The BBC's Sean Fanning says that, for commercial and military reasons, Russia does not want to be dependent on America's GPS, which can theoretically be switched off at any time.

    This latest launch brings Russia close to the 24 operational satellites it needs for Glonass to cover the entire globe, our reporter says.

    Russia had already successfully launched a number of the Glonass satellites last year and had hoped to have the system finished by 2011.

    However, the rocket carrying the three satellites needed to complete it veered off course in December after being launched from the Baikonur cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.

    Russian aerospace experts said the Glonass spacecraft and the upper-stage booster carrying them probably fell into the Pacific Ocean near Hawaii. ( ACK! Crazy Happy - more trash for the sea)


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    Post  Carol on Fri Mar 04, 2011 7:37 pm

    Russia is Rapidly Building 5000 Survival Shelters Tuesday, 01 March 2011 16:24 Survival/Disaster Preparedness
    Governments are accelerating preparedness plans across the globe, as Russia reports that 5000 new bomb shelters are being constructed in the capitol city of Moscow.
    In 2006 the European Union rapidly drew up and deployed plans to build a “Doomsday Seed Vault” to store millions of seeds from countries around the world in case of a catastrophic event. Previous reports suggest that the US Government Is Preparing For Unlikely Events Like War, Catastrophic Collapse of Society, and Even Asteroids. Among the preparations, the US government, like Russia, is building underground bunkers and military bases.
    The U.S. is reportedly building these bunkers so rapidly, and on such a large scale, that private contractors are unable to acquire materials to build bunkers for individual clients. In recent years we’ve also learned that the US government is one of, if not the largest buyer of survival foods like freeze dried foods and MRE’s for emergency preparedness deployment. We’ve also recently learned that Department of Homeland Security has committed to “regionalizing” supplies across 15 regional emergency supply warehouses, telling emergency officials to be prepared in 2011.
    According to RT, the official story from government officials is that the bunkers being built in Russia are for the general population and are necessary because there are currently only enough shelters to house about half of Moscow’s 11 million inhabitants. Most of the shelters built before and after World War II are either dilapidated or have been converted into public areas like restaurants.
    Though the bunkers are supposed to be designed to shelter the population in the event of a nuclear attack, government officials say it’s only a precaution and they do not expect such an attack or nuclear outbreak (e.g. Chernobyl) to occur. Neither RT or the Russian government provided estimates for the cost of the facilities. A Popular Mechanics article that reviewed a number of different types of bunkers and building practices had varying prices depending on the type of shelter. Since the proposed Russian bunkers would hold roughly 1000 people each (based on the population count and other details), one could estimate that the lowest price point for a bunker this size, with basic necessities like bathrooms and reserve food for a day or two, may run in the area of around $100,000 – $200,000. This would put a conservative price tag for 5000 shelters anywhere from half a billion to a billion dollars. A significant investment, indeed.

    The question that is likely on the minds of the preparedness community, especially those who have followed the rapid expansion of preparedness initiatives is, “why the haste?”
    Do the European Union, United States, and Russia anticipate some event to occur in the future, or are these measures being taken strictly as precautionary measures – just in case?
    One can only hope that governments are simply being proactive and not actively planning to deal with a catastrophic event unforeseen by the general public, but known to certain elements within emergency planning agencies.

    This and other reports we’ve covered over the last eighteen months should serve as a warning to those who don’t believe a widespread disaster, natural or man-made, can occur.
    If governments are spending billions of dollars on emergency preparations, there’s probably a good reason for it. It could be global stimulus projects during tough economic times, corrupt politicians working contruction deals for their buddies, or maybe they really are planning for a disaster.

    In an age where nuclear war is not supposed to be a threat because of disarmament and unified global governance, it is quite interesting that the Russians are making such a large investment.


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    Post  immortalisdolor on Wed Mar 09, 2011 9:41 pm

    Russia is definitely progressing, and I sense for the good. I never agree with military endeavours, however, perhaps their intentions are better than the US has been. I appreciate their RT news station, it has been as valuable as this forum. I just hope they know their is some of us in America that really are not that bad, considering many countries just hate us as a whole. But it's not my fault!

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    Post  Carol on Wed Mar 09, 2011 10:19 pm

    I look at what other nations are doing for their people and am ashamed of our government. We get FEMA camps? After the fact... for those who managed to survive but have no home. What about underground shelters before an event... NO, not for the average citizen. Only goverment employees, their families and elites.

    Well we'll just have to pull together and keep an energetic shield around the planet. It the worst comes, we go home first. Insanely Happy


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    Post  Carol on Thu Dec 08, 2011 11:16 am

    My brother had a foreign exchange student from Russia and our niece was a foreign exchange student to Russia as well. Her boyfriend was a Russian. My family has visited Russia and loved it. I post information from Russia because I learned a lot from the youth and am very impressed with the progress being made in that country. One thing I've learned from traveling is that people are the same world-wide with families and love of culture and their own country.

    The tragedy that I see for many countries is within the leadership where government looks out for themselves 'personally' (power, control and greed) and tend not to put resources out to the populace. For example, the Obama's are often going on very expensive vacations at the taxpayer's expense which really demonstrates an attitude of F+++ Y++ to the people who pay for them yucking it up. Their ostentatious lifestyle as public servants is not that different from other leaders world-wide. And it is appalling given the trust that was given when he was elected.

    Imagine what the world would look like if all of that money spent on military endeavors and power-plays was redirected to families and their general welfare of the people who live there. The same can be said of the US. The primary problem in government is lack of spiritual ethics and basic integrity by those in positions of power when it comes to being a servant to the public. Gandi is an example of someone who put the needs of the people first and his needs last. This is what it takes to be a leader who really 'serves' his people.


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    Post  enemyofNWO on Fri Dec 09, 2011 9:56 am

    "The US government just can't keep it's hands from interfering in other countries business . I hope Putin shuts down all foreign NGO . This Golos mob deserve to be sent to Siberia. It's is time for Russia to retaliate with subversive activity in the USA "


    Russians published emails that
    show correspondences between the Obama US State Dept. and the major Russian election-watchdog Golos, discussing financing to help discredit the results of Russia’s parliamentary vote.


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    "Russians published emails that show correspondences between the Obama US State Dept. and the major Russian election-watchdog Golos, discussing financing to help discredit the results of Russia’s parliamentary vote.

    Sick Ooopsey!

    http://rt.com/news/election-america-golos-support-393/

    Russian election watchdog emails to US State Dept. go online
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    Published: 09 December, 2011, 01:28
    Edited: 09 December, 2011, 09:17
    The head of Russia’s of leading independent election watchdog Golos (The Vote), Liliya Shibanova (AFP Photo / Alexey Sazonov)
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    TRENDS: Parliamentary Elections 2011
    TAGS: Election, Scandal, Russia, Politics, USA

    Russian news website Life News has published emails it claims show correspondences between the US State Dept. and the major Russian election-watchdog Golos, discussing financing to help discredit the results of Russia’s parliamentary vote.

    ¬Life News says it has come into the possession of 60 megabytes of Golos' private online correspondences. According to Life News, they are letters sent and received by Golos Executive Chief Lilya Shibanova and her deputy Grigory Melkonyants. Judging by the documents published on the site, the group which claimed to be independent was actually funded in order to defend the interests of US State Department.

    In one of the letters Yulia Kostkina, a financial analyst for the United States Agency for International

    Development (USAID) sends Melkonyants a list of remarks and guidelines considering Golos' activities. She also writes:

    “The list of the lacking documents we are expecting from you:
    Policy and procedures of applying currency rates to Golos accountance and finance reporting;
    Procurement activities;
    Procedures of property management considering the procedures, existing in USAID,”
    with several more similar paragraphs in that letter.
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    Letter by Yulia Kostkina, a financial analyst for the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) to Golos Deputy Chief. Image from Lifenews.ru (click to enlarge) "

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    Post  Carol on Fri Dec 09, 2011 10:29 am

    "The US government just can't keep it's hands from interfering in other countries business."

    All too true. But is it the US Government or the globalists? Or is it the globalists who own the US Government?


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    Post  enemyofNWO on Fri Dec 09, 2011 12:00 pm

    Carol wrote:"The US government just can't keep it's hands from interfering in other countries business."

    All too true. But is it the US Government or the globalists? Or is it the globalists who own the US Government?




    Why are we at this point ? The results are the same . Shame on the population and the system to have permitted this disaster to happen . The globalists in control of Washington told the CIA nutcases to organize drones to commit sabotage in Iran and Russian traitors to attempt to destabilize that country .
    Those actions are acts of war . We are doomed . We got an Italian government that follows like a puppy dog the dictates of the criminals in Washington . Europe is going to be nuked . it's guaranteed . That' s the price to pay for blindly following criminal foreign policies .
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    Post  Carol on Fri Dec 09, 2011 2:22 pm

    I have not given up hope or faith ENWO. Nor, in looking ahead into the future do I see Europe being nuked. In fact, it's more likely that Israel will get nuked first, that is if incoming can get past their new secret technology. And one cannot forget the machinations of what goes on behind the scenes at multiple levels - including ET. I know the situation looks grim but keep in mind that the primary mode of control over others is fear. Let go of fear and all outcomes alter.

    This next year is a test of fortitude and endurance. More people are likely to pass over from earth changes then civil unrest and war. All of Japan is now radiated. They've been nuked without the appearance of war but the after affects are there none-the-less similar and their entire population is at risk of extinction unless they are given the treatment for cancer which already exists.

    Even though all of these other countries have nukes I seriously doubt (based on ET info) that any of them will be used.

    Personally I think some major EMPs would be of good use to the human population in general for the simple reason that too many people have become addicted to TV and electronics. Think back to how life was before all this new technology? Values were more important as was the family unit. Attention was on survival at basic levels where challenges pertained more to dealing with weather and providing food.

    Much illness and disease these days is due to lifestyle. Anyway... what I'm wishing to convey is that it does no good to worry about this. However, it is imperative that humankind take a stand and refuse to be controlled or dominated by globalists. From various sources we are informed that the globalists only have a year left to get their agenda off the ground. This is the make or brake it year for them. On the surface it looks like they are winning.

    Winning is not good for multiple reasons only because it produces a type of social environment where people are drawn into a sense of helplessness and despair. This means that their energetic vibration is lower and they will not ascend. Those who do not free themselves of this negative influence will be trapped and lost. One (humankind) must take a stand. This stand is first an internal stance of non-surrender to the negative.

    For example, when we were in East Berlin back in the 80 traveling through the occupied part of Germany on train - at the stations were soldiers with guns and dogs. The train was stark, wooden benches, no curtains and exactly like something one saw in the old movies. We were sitting in a compartment with a Russian woman, a doctor, who was returning from vacation. Outside our compartment was a typical stout Russian woman soldier, hair pulled back in a bun, wearing a white blouse and dark straight skirt with a very stern face walking up and down past our compartment.

    I had just been to Switzerland where I was giving presentations the identification of child abuse and its treatment so I had all my presentational materials with me. This opportune meeting was just two weeks before the Berlin wall was to come down so you can imagine the restrictive atmosphere this doctor had been living under. She told us that only a single member of the family could leave on vacation and the other family members had to remain in Russia so to ensure her return and that the family did not defect. She was full of despair and told me that she would never see anything different (real freedom in her country) within her lifetime. She must have been pretty high up in the communist party to have been allowed to leave the country in the first place.

    Ironically, we were the first Americans she had ever met and she our first Russian. She was intelligent, caring and a credit to her country and the people she served. And she was so sad. She was convinced nothing would ever change. Truly, her opinion and viewpoint was similar to the many that had been kept behind the Berlin Wall and isolated from the West. She had no hope nor could she even begin to envision anything different then her bleak experience of not being free.

    During our conversation we joked around with her and had her laughing quite a bit. The woman guard pacing outside our scowled and maintained a very dour expression. Meanwhile, we did what people do when getting to know one another - sharing our stories and I finally decided to give her one of my transpersonal training tools, a picture. I had thought I could replace it when I got home. I've spent the last 20 years looking and still have not found it's replacement. So this tells me she was meant to have this image as it was a symbol of both hope and change. I told her that the I had heard the wall was coming down. That the reason it was coming down was because of the love people have for family and that families never give up hope of being reunited. Change is a constant. The heart symbol I handed to her was swirling hues of beautiful colors in transmutation.

    We parted ways as our journey ended in East Berlin to meet family. They took us to the wall where there were soldiers in towers with rifles ready to shot anyone who trespassed across the border. We were close enough so that I could hear them talking. The wall on the West side was covered in graffiti.

    Two weeks later when we were back home in California we watched on TV where girls were placing roses in solider's rifles as the Berlin Wall was being dismantled. We watched with joyful tears streaming down our cheeks and I thought to myself, I wondered what that woman in Russia thought of the two crazy Americans she met on the train who shared with her a message of hope and change.

    You must understand ENWO that the human spirit is meant to be free. In the end, freedom is the goal and the human spirit and it will not surrender to enslavement. Even death is viewed as liberation, not an end. The trials humanity is undergoing is to help them understand how precious freedom is and just how much courage is needed when one makes their stand for what is right. I've been in enough situations to understand that death is just a doorway where one is allowed to be fearless.

    So when I say I have hope and faith this statement is based on a lifetime of experience of knowing all things change. Change is inevitable. And those who work toward the enslavement of the human spirit only damn themselves by the low vibrational frequency they function from.







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    Post  enemyofNWO on Sat Dec 10, 2011 6:03 am

    Nice of you to share your experience , The only thing that I do not agree is the ET intervention or the ET interference in nuclear war . I simply don't believe it . I believe that ET is much more advanced than us and can interfere ,if they want it , even with the trajectory of missiles or a detonation . I simply don't believe they would prevent nuclear blasts . Let's have a look at recent history of ET's non intervention . Hiroshima , Nagasaki , Fukushima , Chernobyl , Libyan war , Iraq , Afghanistan , Bosnia ( EX jugolsavia ) . Until I see concrete evidence , I will consider the possibility of ET intervention as remote and fanciful .
    I am not afraid or scared , just pi### off at the stupidity of governments and military . But judging by the immense cruelty of the NWO , the thought lingers in my mind that there is some Alien EVIL at work that allows inhuman policies like starvation of a large percentage of the population , wars of conquests, a society in which dog eats dog , the destruction of the environment . The world doesn't need to be like this but the reality is that we are 1 minute to midnight .
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    Post  Carol on Sat Dec 10, 2011 11:15 am

    Over the years there have been a number of reports of ET space crafts over nuclear missile installations disabling their missiles. I'm aware that one ET group in Italy was involved with this.


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    Post  Carol on Sat Dec 10, 2011 11:21 am

    December 10, 2011 – MOSCOW— Tens of thousands took to the streets in cities across Russia on Saturday to protest alleged vote-rigging in what observers said were the largest anti-government demonstrations in at least a decade. The huge display of popular anger raised the pressure on the Kremlin, which has so far dismissed the post-election discontent as instigated by the U.S. to undermine the Kremlin. But there was no sign that the authorities were willing to even consider opponents’ demands for new elections or a full recount of the disputed Dec. 4 parliamentary vote. Opposition leaders vowed to keep up the pressure with more demonstrations in a bid to disrupt Mr. Putin’s chances in March presidential elections, when he was planning to secure a six-year term in office. One opposition leader, Boris Nemtsov wrote in Twitter late Saturday that “We will gather millions” at demonstrations planned for Dec. 17, 18 and 24. “Putin has no choice—in March everyone will see that the king has no clothes.” The authorities did soften their approach to the protesters somewhat Saturday by giving permits for many of the demonstrations. In Moscow, tens of thousands gathered on Bolotnaya Square across the river from the Kremlin. With 17,000 police standing guard, the three-hour event went off peacefully, in contrast to protests earlier in the week that had ended in hundreds of detentions by police. “We are here today because we are sick of lies,” said Konstantin Pekhotin, a 20-year-old student. “Yes, consider us gathering here a signal to the authorities,” his friend Andrei Ryabtsev, studying to be a customs officer, chimed in. In the Dec. 4 vote, the ruling United Russia party of Prime Minister Vladimir Putin saw its support drop sharply, but still retained a majority in parliament. But local and foreign observers reported widespread stuffing of ballot boxes and other abuses, many of which have been spread by reports and recordings on the Internet. U.S. and other Western governments have raised questions about what they say are suspicions of widespread fraud. “I haven’t walked in a demonstration like this in a long time,” said Gennady Gudkov, a member of parliament from the Just Russia party, as he walked with thousands of others to the main rally. “The people have really awoken. The authorities can’t ignore this many people.” In Moscow and St. Petersburg, the country’s largest cities, protests built over the days since the vote, drawing many demonstrators who hadn’t. -WSJ http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052970203413304577089900272237474.html



    Up to 50,000 people have turned out in Moscow for a protest against disputed polls that have sparked a rare national show of defiance against Vladimir Putin's 12-year rule. Hundreds of security trucks blocked off central squares while helicopters patrolled the skies as Moscow authorities deployed more than 50,000 riot police and troops on the biggest day of protest to hit Russia since the turbulent 1990s. Protesters braved a whipping snow storm on Saturday to snake their way through tight police cordons and across the Moscow River to a secluded square not far from the Kremlin, assigned by the authorities for the "For Fair Elections" protest. Read more at link above.




    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/europe/russia/8947840/Russian-protests-live.html
    • Tens of thousands protest against 'election fraud'
    • 'Russia without Putin' called for by crowds
    • Biggest demonstration in Russia for 20 years
    • Internet and telephone lines down at Novaya Gazeta
    • Russian actress to support demo
    • Protestors to wear white ribbons


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    Re: RUSSIA NOW

    Post  enemyofNWO on Sat Dec 10, 2011 2:07 pm


    I suppose Russia should respect the rights of the protesters like they were respected by the USA police in Portland and Wall Street !

    Irony alert: U.S. calls on Russia to respect peaceful protests.

    http://www.rawstory.com/rs/2011/12/09/irony-alert-u-s-calls-on-russia-to-respect-peaceful-protests/

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    "WASHINGTON — The United States called Friday on both Russian authorities and protesters to remain peaceful as opponents of Prime Minister Vladimir Putin prepared major weekend demonstrations against his rule.

    Putin has angrily accused the United States of inciting the protests after Secretary of State Hillary Clinton raised concerns about the fairness of parliamentary elections that Putin’s party won but with a reduced majority.

    State Department spokeswoman Victoria Nuland said that the United States supported the right to peaceful protest in Russia as it does “anywhere in the world.”

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    Russia Now

    Post  Jenetta on Tue Jul 16, 2013 9:47 pm

    Russia Amasses ‘Full Combat Readiness’ Strategic Bombers


    Straight out of Russian news, Vladimir Putin has called for the nation’s strategic bombers to enter a state of ‘full combat readiness’ following the ‘snap drills’ that were initiated after Israel bombed Russian-made missiles within Syria.

    As I reported on Sunday, Russia’s large scale amassing of over 160,000 troops, naval ships, fighter planes, and strategic bombers has been virtually ignored by the mainstream media — with only Russian-based news services really reporting on the entire event. From the Israeli bombing of the Russian missiles to the ‘snap drills’ calling upon Russian forces to enter this period of ‘full combat readiness’, it appears that only RT has been analyzing the situation and looking at what’s going on based on military sources.

    Tabloid Media Too Busy to Cover Brewing World Conflict

    Originally being revealed by an anonymous intelligence individuals within the US military and shared with CNN as reported by the Israeli National News, the revelation that Israel was behind the strike on the Russian-made missiles in Syria may be behind the reason for the combat drill — assuming the Russians found out before the general public. Unfortunately, the US mainstream media is too busy covering the minor intricacies of what George Zimmerman ate for breakfast today to discuss the potential brewing of mega conflict.

    And when you throw Edward Snowden into this mix of tensions between world powers, it’s additional fuel on the fire amid all of this diplomatic turmoil. And with  the intelligence leak that it was Israel who blew up Russia’s missiles after they deemed them to be a threat to the country, you have a real serious key going into the ignition of world war.


    Read more: http://www.storyleak.com/russia-amasses-full-combat-readiness-strategic-bombers/#ixzz2ZGcJk5CE

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    Post  mudra on Sun Aug 10, 2014 3:32 pm

    Who is hit hardest by Russia's trade ban?
    Published time: August 08, 2014


    Germany and Poland will lose the most trade with Russia, and neighboring Finland and Baltic states Lithuania and Latvia will lose a bigger proportion of their GDP. Norway will see fish sales to Russia disappear, and US damages would be very limited.

    Russia has banned imports of fruit, vegetables, meat, fish and dairy products from the 28 countries of the EU, the US, Canada, Norway, and Australia for one year.

    EU trade is heavily dependent on Russian food imports. Last year Russia bought $16 billion worth of food from the bloc, or about 10 percent of total exports, according to Eurostat.

    In terms of losses, Germany, Poland and the Netherlands- the top three EU food suppliers to Russia in 2013 - will be hit hardest. Food for Russia makes up around 3.3 percent of total German exports.

    French Agriculture Minister Stephane Le Foll said his government is already working together with Germany and Poland to reach a coordinated policy on the new Russian sanction regime.

    Last year, Ireland exported €4.5 million worth of cheese to Russia, and not being able to do so this year is a big worry, Simon Coveney, the country’s agriculture minister, said.

    Farmers across Europe could face big losses if they aren’t able to find alternative markets for their goods, especially fruit and vegetables.

    Some are already demanding their governments provide compensation for lost revenue.

    Watch video and read on :  Arrow http://rt.com/business/178888-russia-trade-ban-who-hurts/


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    Post  burgundia on Sun Mar 01, 2015 3:15 am

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    Nemtsov at the USA embassy

    Post  enemyofNWO on Sun Mar 01, 2015 5:58 am

    After  been used by the CIA , having reached a point of no political value ..... Nemtsov was eliminated to damage Putin ....
    http://fortruss.blogspot.no/2015/03/boris-nemtsov-getting-instructions-at.html



    Closed circuit video of the event .....
    http://fortruss.blogspot.no/2015/02/close-circuit-surveillance-close-up.html
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    Stalin’s Willing Executioners: Jews as a Hostile Elite in the USSR

    Post  enemyofNWO on Mon Apr 13, 2015 3:47 am


    http://www.darkmoon.me/2015/stalins-willing-executioners-jews-hostile-elite-ussr/

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    "Why is this review of such importance?

    Because MacDonald was one of the first to highlight the fact that Slezkine’s bombshell of a book had, perhaps inadvertently, let the cat out of the bag: it had revealed many embarrassing facts about the Bolshevik Revolution that Slezkine’s fellow Jews might have preferred to see suppressed or given far less prominence; namely, that Jews had played a leading role in the Bolshevik Revolution of 1917 and in the Red Terror that followed. They had made themselves Stalin’s “willing executioners” and been directly responsible for the mass murder of millions of white Russian Christians and the destruction of their churches.

    All the horrors of Communism from 1917 to 1953—the collectivization of farms, the dispossession and indiscriminate slaughter of the very proletariat in whose name the Communists professed to rule, the slave labor of the gulags, the horrendous tortures practiced by the cheka, the starvation genocide of 7 million people in Ukraine—all these unspeakable crimes would never have taken place without Jewish money and heavy Jewish participation. "
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    http://www.darkmoon.me/2015/stalins-willing-executioners-jews-hostile-elite-ussr/
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    Russia Now

    Post  Jenetta on Sun Jun 07, 2015 10:02 pm

    I especially like Georgi's posting here because of the way he describes the G7 leaders who are presently meeting at the G7 Summit in Germany at what was once a Nazi castle and is now a luxury resort. I completely agree with his description of Harper, Canada's leader and have come to believe that Stephen Harper is a clone for the profitable war industry.
    Putin's interview with the Italian newspaper Il Corriere della Sera is included and is well worth reading...as most know Putin has been excluded from the G7 Summit and those who are at the Summit are now considering more sanctions against Russia.

    Putin”s Interview to the Italian newspaper Il Corriere della Sera

    by Georgi Stankov Posted on June 6, 2015

    Ahead of his visit to Italy, Milano, Vladimir Putin gave an interview to the Italian newspaper Il Corriere della Sera. This month the EU and the USA will decide about the prolongation of the unjust sanctions against Russia, which have harmed the European economies in the first place and only to a lesser extent the Russian economy. The latter is enjoying a surprising revival this year and is on the way to diversify and fully detach from the crumbling Western financial and neo-liberal system of real economic havoc as witnessed in the USA, Canada and GB in the first place (the Anglo-American-Xxxxxxx-Axis, AAA), but also in the periphery of the Western Empire of Evil as in Spain, Greece and France, and not to forget whole Eastern Europe.

    Except for GB, France and Germany, all other EU countries desire the end of the sanctions against Russia and a quick improvement of the political and economic ties with this powerful country. The dark Western cabal committed any conceivable crime and lie in the last several years to isolate Putin and demonize him as the Pariah. In vain!

    Now many Western politicians are lining up to meet with Putin and of course he enjoys a great popularity among the Third World that encompasses 2/3rd of the world population. Putin’s visit to Italy demonstrates his enormous popularity and growing influence in world politics at a time when the Empire of Evil is escalating its war-mongering preparations to the point of no return – with their recent decision to exits the ABM treaty and install middle-range missiles against Russia in Eastern Europe.

    The western criminals in power such as Bombama, the laughable dwarf-clone Harper (I declare Russia will not be invited to G7 as long as Putin is in power), the Reptilian Cameron (an offspring of the Queen’s family monsters) and the Satan’s daughter Merkel (Hitler’s genetic daughter) have already made up their sick minds to start a global war against Russia at any price and have no intention to go down the road of diplomacy and conflict solving.

    Putin’s interview below clearly addresses this issue and puts unequivocally the blame for this dangerous situation on to the West.

    For us this is a clear sign that the final resolution is in sight. We have two strands of events that converge in the ID shift and our final ascension. Whereas ascension to the 5D1 New Lemuria will begin individually and the appearance of the first ascended masters as the “Second Coming of Christ” will trigger the paradigm shift before the dark ones will start a devastating nuclear war on this uppermost mother planet. This is a done deal and Nature will play a major role in this End Time scenario with some focal, but very powerful and precise catastrophes that will paralyze the western economies. A global financial crash is also an option.

    This interview with Putin, at a time when the G7 rats have gathered at the former Nazi castle of Elmau, Bavaria (which I know personally very well), amidst massive protests, to celebrate the new world war they intend to instigate. This schism in world politics merely illustrates how divided and weak in reality the Western cabal are and how total the victory of the forces of light, where Russia only plays an insignificant role in the context of this crumbling 3D matrix and ultimate transition to 5D1 New Lemuria.

    See transcript of Putin's interview

    http://www.stankovuniversallaw.com/2015/06/putins-interview-to-the-italian-newspaper-il-corriere-della-sera/#more-17641
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