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Re: Vladimir Putin
« Reply #320 on: July 29, 2015, 07:14:50 pm »
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1wkoPlKKMQc

  Your right, Putin doesn't want to rule the world nor to see the elites run it.





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« Reply #321 on: July 31, 2015, 05:21:52 am »
(1) If Putin was not there, the (2) NWO would have already taken the countries of (3) Ukraine and (4) Syria and (5)we would all be in WW3 now. (2)They are upset that they have spent billions on these projects and still haven't advanced their agenda.  They are way behind schedule. 
 Maybe not yet, but that could change quickly, especially if Assad were to lose the support of his most (4) important ally, Vladimir Putin.

1. too much attention to Mr Putin. anyway RusFed's authorities are guided only by profit of oil-gas quasi-private companies. (ukraine would be the best example) and Mr Putin is more like arbitr, not decision maker per se
2. some of the guys know that i am sceptical about many things taken for granted in this forum. NWO is one of them. 
my position (to be honest, for all the conflicts in the world  ) is that USA is fighting with EU (plus England with hands in two baskets).  so that why u cannot discern a progress of 'nwo'.
3. imho RusFed tottaly failed in Ukraine.
4. Best syrian friend is Iran and its secret services... cannot say the same for Russia
5. doubtful concept. costly. the age of fighting for severe control of territories is over long time ago. local conflicts, hybrid wars are to be ongoing and that is how it will be further
 

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« Reply #322 on: July 31, 2015, 05:28:06 am »
I imagine the NWO as like the Mafia . .  .
it is made up of several competing crime families.

We have several factions, such as the American's Columbian faction.
Russia no doubt has its own NWO Mafia.
Ukraine seems to have 2 big NWO Mafia Crime Familes, and several smaller factions controlled by the bigger players.

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Re: Vladimir Putin
« Reply #323 on: July 31, 2015, 07:24:01 am »
I imagine the NWO as like the Mafia . .  .
it is made up of several competing crime families.

We have several factions, such as the American's Columbian faction.
Russia no doubt has its own NWO Mafia.
Ukraine seems to have 2 big NWO Mafia Crime Familes, and several smaller factions controlled by the bigger players.

Buddy, I do not think so.

Putin was put under control NWO Mafia in Russia ( Oligarchs ) rest are NWO "fifth column" ( Alexey Navalny who is under control of US Embassy in Moscow). Zhirinovski is clown, Christian Orthodox Patriarch of Russia Kirill definitely is not serve "NWO Mafia". Russian Army is under control of Putin like whole ministres because he won elections. 

NWO have installed puppet government in Kiev ( "Porky", General Sivak, PM  Arseniy Yatsenyuk, oligarch Rinat Ahmetov...)

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Re: Vladimir Putin
« Reply #324 on: August 01, 2015, 10:16:14 pm »
(1)Putin was put under control NWO Mafia in Russia ( Oligarchs ) (2)rest are NWO "fifth column" ( Alexey Navalny who is under control of US Embassy in Moscow). (3)Zhirinovski is clown, (4)Christian Orthodox Patriarch of Russia Kirill definitely is not serve "NWO Mafia". (5) Russian Army is under control of Putin like whole ministres because he won elections. 

(6)NWO have installed puppet government in Kiev ("Porky", General Sivak, PM  Arseniy Yatsenyuk, oligarch Rinat Ahmetov...)


(ommiting nwo talks)
1. yep. by post-soviet nomenklatura ('family',eltsin clan) & oligarchs
2. nope. that is 'ohranitels' (pro-Putin hooray-patriots) / government propaganda myth. Navalny has connections with financial 'block' which, in turn, little bit more oriented to the west.
3. yep.
4. x. afaik Kirill aka Tabacco-Metropolitan served in KGB. one thing for sure: he serves ugly system.
5. hard to tell. Shoigu is an oldshool 'family' soldier.
6. Ahmetov - Donetsk clan, Porky - Dnepropetrovsk clan. both these rivalry clans are affiliated with EU+UK, while Yatsenyk (dunno what clan) is linked to US.

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Re: Vladimir Putin
« Reply #325 on: August 01, 2015, 10:25:27 pm »
Evading Grid, there is one saying

after translation it sounds not that great as there is a wordplay

the world is ruled not by a secret lodge [lozha], but by evident mess [lazha] :)

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Re: Vladimir Putin
« Reply #326 on: August 21, 2015, 07:36:35 pm »
The translation works, I can guess that it sounds better in actual Russian

ложа лажа ?

I think its the (illuminati) Google Translate -> интеллектуалы !


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Re: Vladimir Putin
« Reply #327 on: August 22, 2015, 01:55:41 pm »
Agreed.  However, they are all just fighting to see who sits at the head of the NWO table.

THESIS vs ANTITHESIS = SYNTHESIS

Only now, the roles are reversed.  America is now "THE LEFT"  (ie Socialism/Communism) and Russia is the "RIGHT" (Capitalism, Conservatism, etc)

There may be a power struggle going on at the top of the 'pyramid', but the end result will be the same for those of us at the bottom.  (The Slave class)  World Government.

Do not be deceived.

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« Reply #328 on: August 24, 2015, 06:35:18 pm »
Didn't really think Putin was falsely fagging..  Oh well. 

The Assassination of Russia - FSB false flag bombings of 1999

https://youtu.be/y9cRoXgawVA

In the fall of 1999, a wave of bloody apartment bombings swept through Russian cities, killing 293 people and causing widespread panic. Although blamed on the Chechen terrorists that the Russians were fighting in the Second Chechen War, FSB agents were caught planting the exact same type of bombs as in the other blasts later that month. The government claimed that the bomb was part of a security exercise and Vladimir Putin came to power as the next Russian President on the back of the terror wave later that year.

http://www.politicaljunkienewsmedia.com/history-of-the-false-flag--the-ultimate-deception.html


http://www.historycommons.org/context.jsp?item=a092299ryazanbomb#a092299ryazanbomb

On the evening of September 22, 1999, several residents of an apartment block in Ryazan, a city about a hundred miles south of Moscow, observe three strangers at the entrance of their building. The two young men and a woman are carrying large sacks into the basement. The residents notice that the car’s plate has been partially covered with paper, although they can still see a Moscow license plate number underneath. They decide to call the local police. After several bombings of apartment buildings in Moscow earlier in the month (see September 9, 1999 and September 13, 1999), their vigilance is understandable. When the police arrive, around 9:00 p.m., they uncover what appears to be huge bomb: three sacks of sugar filled with a granular powder, connected to a detonator and a timing device set for 5:30 a.m. The bomb squad uses a gas testing device to confirm that it is explosive material: it appears to be hexagen, the military explosive that is believed to have been used to blow up two Moscow blocks. The residents are evacuated. Then the bomb carted away and turned over to the FSB. (In an apparent oversight, the FSB fails to collect the detonator, which is photographed by the local police.) The following morning, September 23, the government announces that a terrorist attack has been averted. They praise the vigilance of the local people and the Ryazan police. Police comb the city and find the suspects’ car. A telephone operator for long-distance calls reports that she overheard a suspicious conversation: the caller said there were too many police to leave town undetected and was told, “Split up and each of you make your own way out.” To the police’s astonishment, the number called belongs to the FSB. Later this day, the massive manhunt succeeds: the suspects are arrested. But the police are again stunned when the suspects present FSB credentials. On Moscow’s orders, they are quietly released. On September 24, the government reverses itself and now says the bomb was a dummy and the whole operation an exercise to test local vigilance. The official announcement is met with disbelief and anger. Ryazan residents, thousands of whom have had to spend the previous night outdoors, are outraged; local authorities protest that they were not informed. However, the suspicion of a government provocation is not widely expressed and press coverage fades after a few days. It is only several months later that an investigation by the independent weekly Novaya Gazeta re-ignites the controversy (see February 20, 2000 and Fall 1999). The government’s explanations will fail to convince skeptics (see March 23, 2000). The Ryazan incident later becomes the main reason for suspecting the government of having orchestrated previous bombings. The controversy is then widely reported in the international press. [BBC, 9/24/1999; MOSCOW TIMES, 9/24/1999; CNN, 9/24/1999; BALTIMORE SUN, 1/14/2000; LOS ANGELES TIMES, 1/15/2000; MOSCOW TIMES, 1/18/2000; INDEPENDENT, 1/27/2000; OBSERVER, 3/12/2000; NEWSWEEK, 4/3/2000; INSIGHT, 4/17/2000; NATIONAL REVIEW ONLINE, 4/30/2002; LE MONDE (PARIS), 11/17/2002; SATTER, 2003; MOSCOW TIMES, 9/24/2004]
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February 20, 2000: Ryazan Bomb Was Real, Local Police Tell Independent NewspaperEdit event 
Yuri Tkachenko
Yuri Tkachenko [Source: Terror99.ru]
In its February 14-20, 2000, issue, the Russian newsweekly Novaya Gazeta reports that Ryazan police officers insist that the bomb they uncovered and defused was real. On September 22, 1999, a bomb was discovered in the city of Ryazan, about 100 miles south of Moscow. After the chief bomb suspects were discovered to be FSB agents, the government claimed the bomb was a dummy and the incident was a training exercise (see September 22-24, 1999). But the bomb-squad officer, Yuri Tkachenko, is adamant that it was a professionally-prepared, military-style bomb. He defends the accuracy of his sophisticated gas-testing device which identified the explosives as hexogen. The article provokes much comment in Russia but is ignored by the government. [SATTER, 2003, PP. 29]
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March 23, 2000: Broadcast on Ryazan Incident Fails to End ControversyEdit event 
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Alexander Zdanovich. [Source: Terror99.ru]
A team of FSB officials, led by Alexander Zdanovich, agrees to a televised meeting with angry and suspicious residents of Ryazan, hoping to put down rumors of a government provocation and shore up the credibility of the official account. In September 1999 a bomb was found in the basement of a building in Ryazan and the people arrested for planting the bomb were discovered to be FSB agents. The government then claimed the incident was merely a training exercise, but residents suspect the FSB wanted to bomb the building to create a fake terrorist incident (see September 22-24, 1999). Zdavonich apologizes for the inconvenience suffered by Ryazan inhabitants but then suggests the renewed interest in the event is a campaign ploy: “For months, there was no interest and there were no publications. The theme was activated on the eve of the presidential election with the most fantastic details in order to accuse the FSB of planning a real explosion with the death of people. This is actively used in the political struggle.” (The presidential election is only one week away.) A soldier named Alexei Pinyaev has claimed that he worked at a nearby base where hexogen was reportedly kept in sacks marked “sugar” (see Fall 1999). The commander of the base denies that there was any soldier named Pinyaev, but the Novaya Gazeta reporter who had found Pinyaev then shows pictures of him and plays a recording of his interview. The FSB will not let its three agents appear in public or allow journalists to interview them. The broadcast does not allow any discussion of a possible connection between the Ryazan incident and the apartment bombings in Moscow earlier that month (see September 9, 1999 and September 13, 1999). The FSB officials did not have good explanations for the fact that local authorities, including its own FSB office in Ryazan, were not informed of the supposed exercise, or for the lack of medical resources for the thousands of people forced to spend the night outdoors. According to David Satter, a long-time correspondent in Moscow for the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times who believes the Ryazan incident was a failed provocation, the broadcast only serves to increase the public’s misgivings. [SATTER, 2003, PP. 30, 261-264]
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March 6, 2002: Russian Billionaire Berezovsky Accuses FSB, Putin of Terror PlotEdit event 
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Boris Berezovsky. [Source: BBC]
At a well-publicized press conference in London, where he now lives in self-imposed exile, Russian billionaire Boris Berezovsky accuses President Putin of involvement in an alleged FSB plot behing the 1999 apartment bombings (see September 22-24, 1999, September 9, 1999 and September 13, 1999). After an overview of many well-known facts about the bombings and the controversial Ryazan security exercise, as well as a documentary called “The Assassination of Russia”, Berezovsky introduces the testimony of Nikita Chekulin. According to Chekulin, an explosive expert who says he was recruited by the FSB, large quantities of hexogen were purchased through his research institute, the Russian Conversion Explosives Center (Rosconversvzryvtsenter), and shipped under false labels in 1999-2000 out of military bases to cover organizations linked to the FSB. Chekulin says the FSB suppressed a governmental investigation into the scheme. “I am sure the bombings were organized by the FSB,” Berezovsky declares. “The FSB thought that [Russian President Vladimir] Putin would not be able to come to power through lawful democratic means.” [BBC, 3/6/2002; GUARDIAN, 3/6/2002; WASHINGTON POST, 3/6/2002; KOMMERSANT (MOSCOW), 3/6/2002; MONITOR (JAMESTOWN FOUNDATION), 3/6/2002; SBS, 5/21/2003]
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Re: Vladimir Putin
« Reply #329 on: August 29, 2015, 03:59:55 pm »
  America is now "THE LEFT"  (ie Socialism/Communism) and Russia is the "RIGHT" (Capitalism, Conservatism, etc)
 

 why r u applying left,socialism,communism to the US? i think i will never get it.

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Re: Vladimir Putin
« Reply #330 on: August 29, 2015, 04:18:40 pm »
The translation works, I can guess that it sounds better in actual Russian

ложа лажа ?

I think its the (illuminati) Google Translate -> интеллектуалы !

лажа - lie, deception
ложа - lodge

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Re: Vladimir Putin
« Reply #331 on: August 30, 2015, 12:20:29 pm »
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3215995/Hilarious-pictures-Vladimir-Putin-revealing-workout-secrets-hits-gym-alongside-Prime-Minister-time-keeps-shirt-on.html
Putin launches a new arms race: Action man Vlad's latest photo stunt shows him and Russian PM Medvedev pumping iron in the gym (... but this time he keeps his shirt ON)
Putin and his prime minister  Dmitry Medvedev were busy working out in a gym in Bocharov Ruchei, Sochi
Vladimir Putin, 62, demonstrated his muscular arms but managed to keep his shirt on for his whole workout
The Russian President has previously been seen playing ice hockey and recently pledged to start yoga
By Tom Wyke for MailOnline

Published: 08:23 EST, 30 August 2015  | Updated: 10:10 EST, 30 August 2015
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Re: Vladimir Putin
« Reply #332 on: August 31, 2015, 08:02:07 am »
лажа - lie, deception
ложа - lodge

has never heard that лажа was used as synonym for lie/deception. i would even say that it doesnot have that meaning.

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Re: Vladimir Putin
« Reply #333 on: August 31, 2015, 08:32:34 am »
has never heard that лажа was used as synonym for lie/deception. i would even say that it doesnot have that meaning.

Sorry, I meant on Serbian. :-[

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Re: Vladimir Putin
« Reply #334 on: August 31, 2015, 01:50:27 pm »
i bet this photosession is anglosaxonian PR agency's/polittechnologists' job. Putin get rid of US's Ketchum  but some British guyz must have continued working with him...

Putin without a shirt (previous photosession with horses somewhere in the forest) was mentioned on John Steward's show for dozens of times. ...my suggestion is that western audience pays more attention to appearences etc... so when i see smth like that i conclude that it is made by not RusFed PR agencies...

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Re: Vladimir Putin - Putin Comes to WASHINGTON
« Reply #335 on: September 27, 2015, 01:22:43 pm »

… Monday the 28th the MAN is
scheduled to hit DC … and look
BHO in the eyes with his steely blues:


"
Last week, Putin said removing Assad would
create a situation such as that seen in Libya
where "all the state institutions deteriorate".


Putin calls US support for rebel forces
in Syria 'illegal' and says it just arms ISIS

By ROB VIRTUE
PUBLISHED: 13:02, Sun, Sep 27, 2015

RUSSIAN president Vladimir Putin has called United States' backing
of rebel forces in Syria "illegal" in a scathing shocking attack
on Barack Obama's policy in the Middle East.


By ROB VIRTUE
PUBLISHED: 13:02, Sun, Sep 27, 2015

The US has backed groups against Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad with weapons and training.

But Putin, who is supporting Assad in his fight against both the rebels and Islamic State, said today the backing is contrary to the United Nations charter.

And in a scathing attack on the US support he said many of the weapons have just ended up with ISIS.

In an interview with American media ahead of Putin's meeting with US president Obama tomorrow, the Russian leader said: "In my opinion, provision of military support to illegal structures runs counter to the principles of modern international law and the United Nations Charter."

  http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/608267/Putin-US-support-for-rebel-forces-Syria-illegal-ISIS
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Re: Vladimir Putin 'in New York'
« Reply #336 on: September 29, 2015, 09:06:23 am »

… so what's the verdict?




Obama has turned Putin into the world’s most powerful leader
http://nypost.com/2015/09/29/obama-has-turned-putin-into-the-worlds-most-powerful-leader/
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Re: Vladimir Putin
« Reply #337 on: September 29, 2015, 10:42:05 am »
Obama supports ISIS
Putin supports States Rights and International Law

Obama thinks its okay to fly over another country and drop bombs, without permission from the country or a UN mandate.

How would he like it if another country took that position and started bombing the good old USA ?



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Re: Vladimir Putin
« Reply #338 on: October 02, 2015, 12:09:58 pm »

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Re: Vladimir Putin
« Reply #339 on: October 21, 2015, 06:16:20 pm »
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3282371/President-Assad-holds-talks-Putin-Moscow-Russia-s-air-strikes-Syria-Canada-s-new-PM-announces-nation-withdraw-jets.html

To Russia with love:
Assad makes first foreign trip for four years to Moscow so he can personally thank Putin for military support
Syrian leader makes his first foreign visit since civil war broke out in 2011
Assad thanks main backer for helping to contain 'terrorism' in his country
Comes as new Canadian PM Justin Trudeau pulls out of U.S.-led air strikes
Told Obama he would remove Canada's six jets that were targeting ISIS
Full coverage of Vladimir Putin as he meets with Assad in Moscow
By Simon Tomlinson for MailOnline

Published: 02:36 EST, 21 October 2015  | Updated: 11:45 EST, 21 October 2015

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Re: Vladimir Putin
« Reply #340 on: October 22, 2015, 12:14:51 pm »
Putin's approval rating is now at 89.9%

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Re: Vladimir Putin
« Reply #341 on: October 22, 2015, 02:28:06 pm »
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3282371/President-Assad-holds-talks-Putin-Moscow-Russia-s-air-strikes-Syria-Canada-s-new-PM-announces-nation-withdraw-jets.html

To Russia with love:
Assad makes first foreign trip for four years to Moscow so he can personally thank Putin for military support
Syrian leader makes his first foreign visit since civil war broke out in 2011
Assad thanks main backer for helping to contain 'terrorism' in his country
Comes as new Canadian PM Justin Trudeau pulls out of U.S.-led air strikes
Told Obama he would remove Canada's six jets that were targeting ISIS
Full coverage of Vladimir Putin as he meets with Assad in Moscow
By Simon Tomlinson for MailOnline

Published: 02:36 EST, 21 October 2015  | Updated: 11:45 EST, 21 October 2015

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3282371/President-Assad-holds-talks-Putin-Moscow-Russia-s-air-strikes-Syria-Canada-s-new-PM-announces-nation-withdraw-jets.html#ixzz3pFQ0f1FH
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Canada definitely have puppet government.

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MSM: Putin accuses US of backing terrorism in Middle East (Duh!)
« Reply #342 on: October 22, 2015, 04:24:22 pm »
Russian president Vladimir Putin launched a stinging attack on US policy in the Middle East on Thursday, accusing Washington of backing terrorism and playing a “double game” in the Middle East.   

In a speech at the annual gathering of the Valdai Club, a group of Russian and international analysts and politicians, Putin said the US had attempted to use terrorist groups in its own interests.

“It’s always hard to play a double game: to declare a fight against terrorists, but at the same time try to use some of them to move the pieces on the Middle Eastern chessboard in your own favour,” said the Russian leader.

More:
http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/vladimir-putin-accuses-us-of-backing-terrorism-in-middle-east/ar-BBmkAAU?li=AAa0dzB

Sure took the world leadership long enough to point out the obvious. Now if someone would just bring up 9/11, that would be peachy.
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Re: Vladimir Putin
« Reply #343 on: October 31, 2015, 05:36:41 pm »
Putin's approval rating is now at 89.9%

there is a joke about dictators being hang  when having rating 90%

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Re: Vladimir Putin
« Reply #344 on: December 19, 2015, 12:28:21 pm »


... why am I not surprised?


Putin for PM: 4 out of 5 say they would prefer
Russian president than Cameron as UK leader


RUSSIAN President Vladimir Putin has beaten David Cameron to be crowned
the most popular choice for the next prime minster of the United Kingdom.

By TOM BATCHELOR   Fri, Dec 18, 2015



The ex-KGB strongman attracted the support of four out of five Express.co.uk readers, compared with just one in five who opted for the current PM running the country.

Asked 'Who would you rather was Britain's prime minister?', 78 per cent chose the Russian president, while 22 per cent voted for Mr Cameron.

http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/627989/Vladimir-Putin-David-Cameron-poll-who-want-British-PM
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Re: Vladimir Putin
« Reply #345 on: December 19, 2015, 01:27:26 pm »

... why am I not surprised?


Putin for PM: 4 out of 5 say they would prefer
Russian president than Cameron as UK leader


RUSSIAN President Vladimir Putin has beaten David Cameron to be crowned
the most popular choice for the next prime minster of the United Kingdom.

By TOM BATCHELOR   Fri, Dec 18, 2015



The ex-KGB strongman attracted the support of four out of five Express.co.uk readers, compared with just one in five who opted for the current PM running the country.

Asked 'Who would you rather was Britain's prime minister?', 78 per cent chose the Russian president, while 22 per cent voted for Mr Cameron.

http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/627989/Vladimir-Putin-David-Cameron-poll-who-want-British-PM

Jackson, unfortunately I have to disappoint you. "Daily Express "is still one of the tabloids in England.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daily_Expresshttp://

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Re: Vladimir Putin
« Reply #346 on: December 19, 2015, 04:45:24 pm »
Jackson, unfortunately I have to disappoint you. "Daily Express "is still one of the tabloids in England.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Daily_Expresshttp://

^^^^ THANKS!


... too good to be true!  :)
Wikipedia says they have
been around since 1927 ...
supports UKIP party ... and
has circulation around 1/2M.
Most of those UK sites have a
lot of pop-culture/sexy fluff ..
it IS hard to tell what's
believeable!
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Re: Vladimir Putin
« Reply #347 on: December 19, 2015, 04:49:19 pm »
^^^^ THANKS!


... too good to be true!  :)
Wikipedia says they have
been around since 1927 ...
supports UKIP party ... and
has circulation around 1/2M.
Most of those UK sites have a
lot of pop-culture/sexy fluff ..
it IS hard to tell what's
believeable!

"Daily Mail", "Express"...

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Re: Vladimir Putin
« Reply #348 on: May 29, 2016, 11:06:33 am »

Orthodox monks on Mount Athos, Greece hosted Russian President Vladimir Putin at the place where once sat the Roman emperors, Byzantine( East Roman ) emperors and emperors of Tzar Russia.

I see Putin was not invited to the Bilderberg conference in June. Why?

Because it's the right one, which first wrote "Putin is a traitor to the New World Order."

http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-36405480http://

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Re: Vladimir Putin
« Reply #349 on: May 29, 2016, 11:08:29 am »
http://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-36405480
Vladimir Putin visits Mount Athos, all-male Orthodox enclave
28 May 2016



Russian President Vladimir Putin has visited the monasteries at Mount Athos, in northern Greece, one of Orthodox Christianity's holiest sites.

Mr Putin joined celebrations at the monastery of St Panteleimon to mark 1,000 years of Russian monks at Mount Athos.

He was accompanied by Patriarch Kirill, head of the Russian Orthodox Church.

Mount Athos is an enclave of 20 monasteries. Women have been banned for over 1,000 years.

Greece and Russia are both largely Orthodox Christian countries and have close religious ties.
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[ This is interesting since it breaks the 1988 deal with the USSR breakup to agree to never expand Nato eastward ...  so this is pissing Putin off ...  oh well



Gorbachev, Reagan, and Bush in New York City, December 1988. (Ronald Reagan Presidential Library)


http://www.foxnews.com/world/2016/05/28/putin-warns-romania-poland-over-implementing-us-missile-shield.html
Putin warns Romania, Poland over implementing US missile shield
Published May 28, 2016
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Romania and Poland are in the potential crosshairs of Russian rockets because they are hosting parts of the U.S. missile defense shield that Moscow considers a threat to its national security, President Vladimir Putin warned Friday.

Putin warned the European nations that Moscow has repeatedly said it would have to retaliate
if the missile defense shield was put into place, but U.S. allies have ignored Russia’s warnings.

Earlier this month, the U.S. program was declared operational at a site in Romania, drawing an angry reaction from Russia. NATO said the system is purely defensive and a response to a growing capability of ballistic missiles globally.
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Washington has said that the shield is needed to protect Europe from Iran and is not a threat. Another part of the shield is getting ready to be implemented in Poland.

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Reuters reported that Putin didn’t lay out the actions that Moscow would take, but insisted that it was not making the first move. It was only going to respond to Washington’s moves.

"We won't take any action until we see rockets in areas that neighbor us,” Putin added.

Putin cried foul over the claim that the defense system was need to protect from Iran. He said that excuse made no sense because of the landmark nuclear deal that was struck to curb Tehran’s nuclear ambitions.

Putin said the missiles coming out of Europe could easily hit Russia.

"We've been repeating like a mantra that we will be forced to respond... Nobody wants to hear us. Nobody wants to conduct negotiations with us."
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Re: Vladimir Putin
« Reply #350 on: September 13, 2016, 08:00:16 pm »


... this whole article is RICH, LOL!    ;D

Putin Politely Expresses His Amazement At Western Stupidity
September 8, 2016  - Dr. Paul Craig Roberts

EXCERPTS:
"Are we really about to fight NATO? How many people live in NATO? About 600 million, correct? There are 146 million in Russia. Yes, we’re the biggest nuclear power. But do you really think that we’re about to conquer the Baltics using nuclear weapons? What is this madness?"

“As far as expanding our zone of influence is concerned, it took me nine hours to fly to Vladivostok from Moscow. This is about the same from Moscow to New York, through all of Eastern and Western Europe and the Atlantic Ocean. Do you think we need to expand something?”

http://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2016/09/08/putin-politely-expresses-his-amazement-at-western-stupidity/
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Re: Vladimir Putin
« Reply #351 on: October 26, 2016, 02:29:21 pm »
Nick Butler ( Financial Times ) suggest Russian oligarchs to overthrow President Putin and "save Russia" .  :o

http://blogs.ft.com/nick-butler/2016/10/17/http://

Nick Butler is Visiting Professor and Chair of the Kings Policy Institute at Kings College London.

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Re: Vladimir Putin
« Reply #352 on: October 28, 2016, 05:42:44 pm »
Russia loses UN Human Rights Council place, Saudi Arabia re-elected

https://www.rt.com/news/364584-russia-saudi-unhrc-election/

we don't have a thread for insanity on the world stage so I'm posting this here....

For the first time since its inception in 2006, Russia has lot an election to the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) after being narrowly beaten by Croatia in a vote. Saudi Arabia was successfully re-elected, despite criticism from human rights organizations.




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© Denis BalibouseOver 80 NGOs call for Russia to be dropped from UN rights council over Syria
The 47 places on the council are distributed on a regional basis, with staggered ballots seeing a third of the body re-elected each year. Russia had finished its three-year term and was running against Hungary and Croatia for the two available seats from Eastern Europe.

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Re: Vladimir Putin
« Reply #353 on: October 28, 2016, 06:24:25 pm »
Russia loses UN Human Rights Council place, Saudi Arabia re-elected

https://www.rt.com/news/364584-russia-saudi-unhrc-election/

we don't have a thread for insanity on the world stage so I'm posting this here....

For the first time since its inception in 2006, Russia has lot an election to the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) after being narrowly beaten by Croatia in a vote. Saudi Arabia was successfully re-elected, despite criticism from human rights organizations.




Read more

© Denis BalibouseOver 80 NGOs call for Russia to be dropped from UN rights council over Syria
The 47 places on the council are distributed on a regional basis, with staggered ballots seeing a third of the body re-elected each year. Russia had finished its three-year term and was running against Hungary and Croatia for the two available seats from Eastern Europe.


Marlowe, that is New world order.

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« Reply #354 on: October 28, 2016, 07:26:25 pm »
https://www.rt.com/news/256757-saudi-arabia-beheadings-rights/
Beheading of 5 foreigners in Saudi Arabia triggers outcry from human rights campaigners
Published time: 8 May, 2015 09:26
Edited time: 12 Sep, 2015 12:23



Human rights groups have condemned Saudi Arabia after the beheading of five foreigners this week. Experts warn 2015 will mark a dramatic increase in public executions, as 80 people have already been killed, compared to 88 in the whole of 2014.
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Despite mounting international criticism from foreign governments and human rights campaigners, Saudi Arabia has shown no willingness to end public executions.


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Americans PAY for this crap ...

http://www.cnsnews.com/news/article/patrick-goodenough/us-pays-3b-un-more-185-other-countries-combined
U.S. Pays $3B for UN--More Than 185 Other Countries Combined
By Patrick Goodenough | May 7, 2015 | 4:23 AM EDT

(CNSNews.com) – American taxpayers will pony up around $3.024 billion this year towards the United Nations’ regular and peacekeeping budgets, more than what 185 other countries combined are paying, an expert on the international body told U.S. lawmakers on Wednesday.

While the U.S. contribution in 2015 to the U.N. regular budget is $621.9 million, the 35 countries contributing the least will pay just $28,269 each, Heritage Foundation scholar Brett Schaefer told the Senate Foreign Relations subcommittee responsible for multilateral institutions.

And where the U.S. will pay $2.402 billion towards the separate peacekeeping budget, the 20 countries contributing the least will pay just $8,470 each.




Russia loses UN Human Rights Council place, Saudi Arabia re-elected

https://www.rt.com/news/364584-russia-saudi-unhrc-election/

we don't have a thread for insanity on the world stage so I'm posting this here....

For the first time since its inception in 2006, Russia has lot an election to the UN Human Rights Council (UNHRC) after being narrowly beaten by Croatia in a vote. Saudi Arabia was successfully re-elected, despite criticism from human rights organizations.

Behold, happy is the man whom God correcteth: therefore despise not thou the chastening of the Almighty: For he maketh sore, and bindeth up: he woundeth, and his hands make whole ; He shall deliver thee in six troubles: yea, in seven there shall no evil touch thee. - Job 5

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Re: Vladimir Putin
« Reply #355 on: January 06, 2017, 06:16:10 am »
When globalists attack another country, then it's freedom.

When Putin, it's murder....

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Re: Vladimir Putin
« Reply #356 on: January 06, 2017, 04:27:16 pm »
Russian President Putin in small church on God Service  :)

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=mdJdJNVoJw4&time_continue=1788http://Russ

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Re: Vladimir Putin
« Reply #357 on: January 07, 2017, 04:26:49 am »
“Hey, I’m a nationalist and a globalist”
-- Donald Trump

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Re: Vladimir Putin
« Reply #358 on: January 07, 2017, 10:22:42 am »
another cute Putin photo:

http://www.newstalkzb.co.nz/news/world/russia-resists-diplomatic-tit-for-tat-over-hacking-fracas/
Russia resists diplomatic tit-for-tat over hacking fracas
Author AAP,  SectionWorld,  Publish DateSaturday, 31 December 2016, 8:13AM 



Russian President Vladimir Putin has ruled out expelling anyone in retaliation for Washington's decision to throw out 35 Russian diplomats and impose sanctions on two of the country's intelligence agencies.

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[ Globalist Double down ... ] :

http://www.nytimes.com/2017/01/06/us/politics/russia-hack-report.html?_r=0
Putin Ordered ‘Influence Campaign’ Aimed at U.S. Election, Report Says
By DAVID E. SANGER JAN. 6, 2017

WASHINGTON — American intelligence officials have concluded that the president of Russia, Vladimir V. Putin, personally “ordered an influence campaign in 2016 aimed at the U.S. presidential election,” and turned from seeking to “denigrate” Hillary Clinton to developing “a clear preference for President-elect Trump.”

The conclusions were part of a declassified intelligence report, ordered by President Obama, that was released on Friday. Its main determinations were described to Mr. Trump by the nation’s top intelligence officials earlier in the day, and he responded by acknowledging, for the first time, that Russia had sought to hack into the Democratic National Committee’s computer systems. But he insisted that the effort had no effect on the election, and he said nothing about the conclusion that Mr. Putin, at some point last year, decided to aid his candidacy.
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http://a.abcnews.com/Politics/Story?id=7586530&page=1
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi: CIA Lied to Me
 By Rick Klein
  HUMA KHAN
May 14, 2009

 House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., accused CIA briefers today of lying to her and other lawmakers about the use of enhanced interrogation techniques, such as waterboarding, and said she had only been informed of their use five months lat
er.

"The CIA briefed me only once on enhanced interrogation techniques in September 2002 in my capacity as ranking member of the Intelligence Committee. I was informed then that the Department of Justice opinions had concluded that the use of enhanced interrogation techniques were legal. The only mention of waterboarding at that briefing was that it was not being employed," Pelosi said today, reading from a prepared statement.
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Re: Vladimir Putin
« Reply #359 on: January 07, 2017, 11:31:50 am »
^^^

... well, it is no secret that SPY -vs- SPY all over the place!
But I still am convinced, like Trump, Inc. is, that Clapper
and the other outgoing crowd are just trying to push this
non-story for whatever it is worth in the BIG GET TRUMP
SCHEME OF THINGS.

... it IS a MAD world!
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