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Offline Al Bundy

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Russian Army
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Is Washington Coming To Its Senses? Paul Craig Roberts
« Reply #1 on: May 15, 2015, 07:57:16 PM »


Is Washington Coming To Its Senses?

Paul Craig Roberts

http://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2015/05/15/washington-coming-senses-paul-craig-roberts/

Victory Parade Moscow 9.05.2015  Red Square
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rrSzCnz9Sic

There is much speculation about US Secretary of State John Kerry’s rush visit to Russia in the wake of Russia’s successful Victory Day celebration on May 9. On May 11, Kerry, who was snubbing Russia on the 9th, was on his way to Russia, and Putin consented to see him on May 12.

As time passes we will find out why Kerry was snubbing Putin on May 9 and 3 days later was criticizing Washington’s puppet regime in Ukraine. For what is known at this time, a possible explanation is that Washington is coming to its senses.

If you watched the 1 hour 20 minute video of the Victory Day Parade, you are aware that the celebration sent 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.

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.

The celebration in Moscow made it clear that Washington has failed miserably to isolate Russia. What Washington has done is to make the BRICS more unified.

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

Consider now the impact on Washington’s vassal states in Europe, the crux of the American Empire. Europeans are aware that two of the most powerful military states in history did not survive their invasions of Russia. Napoleon lost the Grande Army in Russia, and Hitler lost the Wehrmacht in Russia. It has dawned on Europeans that they are being shoved into conflict with Russia in the interest of Washington’s claim to be the World Hegemon. Europeans are accustomed to obey Washington, but when it came to being forced into conflict with Russia, Europeans began to express dissent. Signs of an independent European foreign policy appeared with Merkel and Hollande’s meeting with Putin to resolve the Ukrainian crisis orchestrated by Washington.

Faced with the failure of its policy of isolating Russia and the emergence of an independent foreign policy in Europe, Washington sent Kerry as a supplicant to Putin to work out a way to de-escalate the Ukrainian crisis. Putin being a peacemaker will permit Washington to save face. But this will not please the neoconsevatives or the military/security complex. The former are invested heavily in claims of Amerika Uber Alles, and the latter are lusting for the abundant revenues from a new cold, or hot, war.

Obama, Kerry, and Cameron have to become magicians. They have to transition from demonizing Putin to working with him.

Having failed with force against Russia, the West is now employing seduction. If Western peoples hope to escape from the Police State that Washington has imposed on the entire Western World, we must pray that Putin does not fall for the seduction.

There is no world leadership in the West. There is only selfishness and hubris. Western “leadership” is exploitative. The West loots the non-West and is now turning on itself with its looting of Ireland and Greece, with Italy, Spain, and Portugal the next targets for looting. The American public itself has been looted of its jobs, career aspirations, and civil liberties.

The Western model of “democratic capitalism” turns out to be neither democratic nor capitalist, but a form of fascism ruled by an oligarchy. The United States is where regime change is most badly needed.

 

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Russia Tips The Grand Chess Board
« Reply #2 on: May 15, 2015, 08:06:04 PM »


Russia Tips The Grand Chess Board
Brother Nathanael

https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=121&v=cP3dEyk75sc

Russia Tips The Grand Chess Board
By Brother Nathanael Kapner
Copyright 2015

Everyone likes a winner.

And Putin plays to win.

The Grand Chessboard is in and Putin’s winning that too.

Brzezinski said it: Whoever gains Eurasia rules the world.

And there’s only one country that’s truly ‘Eurasian’ and that’s Russia.

Russia covers 11 time zones in Eurasia. Russia is European on its west and Asian on its east. That’s a whole lot of ‘Eur-Asia.’

Russia spans and completes two continents. Sitting on top of Asia and joined with Europe on the west, it’s poised to play the key role in creating a Eurasian alliance.

It’s already happening. And Jewmerica’s getting scared.

Kerry and his Jewish policy-maker Wendy Sherman just got back from courting Putin. How’s that for a volte-face?

For with China and Iran uniting with Russia as a rival bloc to America, Kerry and Sherman begged Putin to stop the sale of S-300s to Iran.

Ain’t gonna happen. Putin’s smile tells it all.

Isolation and sanctions backfired. The Brzezinski Doctrine that defies any challenger capable of dominating Eurasia is Russia’s pie in Jewmerica’s face. The chessboard is being upended with a resurgent Russia tipping the board.

No one trusts America anymore and nations are lining up against it with Russia at the head.

Diplomacy is a forgotten word in America. It lives by the sword and is dying by the sword.

Putin said it. “Strong arm diplomacy doesn’t work.”

[Clip: “In the last decades, the basic principles of international cooperation have come to be increasingly ignored. These are the principles that have been hard won by mankind as a result of the ordeal of the war.

We saw attempts to establish a unipolar world. We see the strong-arm block thinking gaining momentum. All that undermines sustainable global development.”]

But what is sustainable, buttressed by the weight of history, is what happened at the start of the V-Day parade, a remarkable incident indeed.

Totally unprecedented, Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu, made the sign of the Cross over himself turning the ceremony into a sacred ritual.

And the world—I mean, a huge chunk of the ‘international community’— is tilting toward sacred Christian Russia.

China’s silk road will cross through Russia. India just signed a deal for Russia’s nuclear technology. And Greece will have a Russian-funded hub to transport gas to Europe.

According to Bloomberg, investors are lining up at the starting gate for Russian bonds.

It’s a Grand Chessboard where blunders bend to brilliancy.

Russia’s tipping the board and Jewmerica’s pieces are sliding off.

Brother Nathanael
May 14, 2015 @ 6:00 pm
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Re: Russian Army
« Reply #3 on: June 12, 2015, 02:28:43 PM »
jun. 12, 2015 2:25 AM ET

Russia's new T-14 Armata tank: step toward fully robotic vehicles
By VLADIMIR ISACHENKOV, Associated Press



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Re: Russian Army
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Re: Russian Army
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The price of one airplane "Mikoyan MiG-29 M2" is around 45 million euros, with a minimum of arms is 65 million euros. Only one new R-77 missiles with active radar guidance, costs about $ 1 million apiece. The necessary spare parts, training and weapons to raise the price of the aircraft about 65 million euros. Getting a small squadron of four aircraft would cost about 250 million euros.

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Re: Russian Army
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