Prime Minister Vladimir Putin has thrown his support behind a pro-government rally to be held in Moscow on Saturday. The demo is in opposition to the protest march “For Fair Elections,” which has been labelled a Ukrainian-style “Orange” revolt.
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Finally, it seems that history repeats itself. When countries with huge armies are in rescission&n bsp;and almost bankrupted, their last resource is to start a world war hoping to emerged victorious from the confrontati on. The logic here is that by destroying&n bsp;the industry and infrastruct ure of your opponents, they will be forced to buy everything form the victorious countries. Thus , the economies of the victorious will be always in good standing and their citizens& nbsp;will enjoy the benefits of the first world. The only problem with the warmongers of this time, who seem to have this logic in their minds, is that they do not see that the world CAN BE DESTROYED BY NUCLEAR WAR and there won't be victorious or defeated!.Oh sorry! Did I say defeated? I forgot to mention the West is building a antimissile&n bsp;defense system to assure VICTORY! But Russia and soon China will build a system designed to defeat the missile&nbs p;shield.
Let me start by stating what I see happening in the world right now. NATO is trying to push the East in every possible way. The only outcome for this push is to anger the East. I would not be surprised&nb sp;if the East lead by Russian  ;and China end up building a strong military allian ce to confront NATO and the West. Under the pretext&nbs p;of spreading democracy or hijacking&nb sp;the name of the international community, the West goes around the world imposing& nbsp;its agenda by toppling the "unfriendly regimes" to the West. They like to interfere&nb sp;in the internal affairs of other countries by using the UNSC (United Nations Security Council), pushing resolutions that are aimed at getting rid of their "enemies". It was about time for Russia and China to react and draw a red line for these disguised interventions. No country is perfect, therefore I would like to replay at the comment&nbs p;of REALLY PUTIN? The USA has 40 million people with no heath insurance. A huge problem with drugs use, and abuse. The educational system churning out professiona ls who after becoming really desperate due to the fact that they can not find a decent job turn to suing t he schools where they were formed in order to pay for those huge students loans. The unresolved crisis with the real state market that is crippling the country day after day, and becoming safe heaven for corrupt&nbs p;politicians and bankers who have defrauded their countries and come to take "political asylum", bringing all the money they stole with them to live happily ever after in London, New York or Paris. Just look at at the YEMEN'S SALEH, CHILE'S PINOCHET among& nbsp;others. What happened with the defenders of human rights here? It seems to me that this equates to the following: NO OIL = NO HUMAN RIGHTS.I am not a supporter of people who want to perpetuate themselves in power. Are we going to have the same "president" for fifty years?, that sounds more like a dictatorship to me. DEMOCRACY IS THE GOVERNMENT OF THE PEOPLE, BY THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE. Therefore, let people chose their fate.
Putin is a thinker himself. Unlike the American presidential candidates who rely primarily on advisors, Putin not only has a tank of advisors but also is able to uphold the glorious banner towards a certain direction and leads the government and nation onto a course best for Russian interest, which the head of the English-slavemasters offsprings who nowadays name themselves "Americans" are utterly inept to do, slowing drowning in their man-made "happiness"...
But this massive flow of funds into the nation's coffers has not been
used "to share the proceeds of growth" with the people; to reduce the
obscene gulf in income between the rich and poor. It has not
helped to resurrect a health service which is on its knees (and is
ranked by the World Health Organisation as 130th out of the 190
countries of the UN), or to rebuild an education system which is so
under-funded that the poor have to pay to get their children into a
half-decent school or college. It has not brought gas and
running water to the villages where the peasants have been devastated by
the collapse of the collectives, or even developed the infrastructure
that a 21st century economy needs to compete with the rest of the world.
Russia may be a member of the G8 whose GDP (because of oil)
should soon overtake the United Kingdom, but, in many ways, it is more
like a Third World country. Stricken with an epidemic of AIDS
and alcoholism which both contribute to a male life expectancy of 58
years, the population is projected to shrink from 145 million to 120
million within a few decades. So where has all the oil wealth
gone? According to an Independent Experts Report, written by two former
high-level Kremlin insiders who have had the courage to speak out, "a
criminal system of government [has] taken shape under Putin" in which
the Kremlin has been selling state assets cheaply to Putin's cronies and
buying others assets back from them at an exorbitant price. Among
such dubious transactions the authors cite the purchase by the
state-owned Gasprom (run until a few months ago by Dmitry Medvedev) of a
75 per cent share in an oil company called Sifnet (owned by Roman
Abramovich, the oligarch who owns Chelsea Football Club). In
1995 Abramovich, one of Putin's closest allies, paid a mere $100 million
for Sifnet; ten years later, the government shelled out $13.7 billion
for it - an astronomical sum and far above the going market rate. Even
more explosively, the authors claim the Kremlin has created a
"friends-of-Putin" oil export monopoly, not to mention a secret "slush
fund" to reward the faithful.
Despite the fact that Putin's Russia is increasingly autocratic and
irredeemably corrupt, the man himself - their born-again Tsar - is
overwhelmingly regarded as the answer to the nation's prayers. Russia
has a bloody and tormented history. Its centuries of suffering - its
brutalities, its wars and revolutions, culminating in the collapse of
communism and the anarchic buffoonery of the Yeltsin years - have taken a
terrible psychological toll. Cynicism and fatalism which eat away at the human psyche have wormed their way into the very DNA of the Russian soul. In
a nation that has not tasted and - with very few exceptions - does not
expect or demand justice or freedom, all that matters is stability and
security. And, to a degree, Putin has delivered these twin
blessings. But the price has been exorbitant and the Russians have been
criminally short-changed. Putin boasts that since he came into
office investment in the Russian economy has increased sevenfold
(reaching $82.3 billion in 2007) and that the country's GDP has risen by
more than 70 per cent. Over the same period, average real
incomes have more than doubled. But they started from a very low base
and they could have done far better. Nor is this growth thanks either to the Kremlin's leadership or a surge of entrepreneurial energy. On the contrary, it is almost solely down to Russia's vast reserves of oil and gas. When
Putin came to power, the world price of crude oil was $16 dollars a
barrel; it has now soared to more than $120 dollars - and no one knows
where or when this bonanza will end.
How ironic that the pro-Putin demo was at Poklonnaya "bow-down" Hill! All the civil servants showing up to show submissive obedience to the MAN! Well, the Russian version of the Orange Revolution is now well-underway - and it includes supporters of democracy from outside as well as inside Russia - because support for fair democracy knows no boundaries. Just as RT is in the US to expound its version of Putinistic Russian policies, so are the forces for democracy going to Russia.
and Freemasons are in Russia trying to set up the Micex
at bonfires as kindle.
The best immunization against desinformation is knowledge. The plans for world government, NWO, the power of the Zionists, Illuminati and freemason forces must be brought into the limelight.The internet helps, but the few remaining not from the ZOG controlled countries, should educated their people much more about the mechanisms how these forces destroy societies with consepts like:Gender mainstreaming, sexualization of society, pornography, feminism, mass immigration, homosexual marriage,... If people are educated, how the globalist forces for their agenda of world enslavement with a world government are gaining more and more power, by dissolution of the souvereign nations and their cultures, by dissolution of borders, then people have a choice: they see the propaganda and they know about the negative consequences. But if nobody explains these things in school, how can children or youngsters become immune against it? Everything sounds cool and nice and the result? I want, too, i want, too, i want, too...
As much as the people want change it is currently not possible/advisable. Russia needs to stand firm on its feet in these troubled times.I see Russia as the last bastion of hope, genuinely disgusted with how the west has handled things. Lastly they should not only back Syria but Iran as well. Those people are under threat of an aggressive totalitarian regime when they long for peace and stability.
Protest are western way of toppling Governments and after portaying them as illegitimate. Take the example of Bahrain. A totally peaceful legitimate protest is being suppressed beause it is against US/Wesst Puppet King. Russian Government should not let them succeed at any cost. All these color coded adventure started from Serbia but failed in Iran. Hopefully it will totally fail in Russia too.
It makes one wonder how the anti-Putin protests organisers omitted to invite the Ukrainian feminist group Femen to perform their topless idiotic “orange shock” show, I bet for the money the west pumps them with even the extreme cold wouldn’t prevent them perform their circus. Or maybe they were smart enough to realise that it would’ve made exactly the Putin´s point.
The only arrest I heard about was at the pro-Putin rally. One of the organizers got arrested because the crowd was way too much bigger than the permit allowed. Oops. 8^D
How Russia deals with the Protesters wrote in #1isn't on rtProtesters? Today there were protests all day more than 30 000 people, peacefully protested, nothing happened... Oh you mean protesters that normally are arrested? You think the government should let the Egypt scenario be in Moscow? You speak like other countries don´t deal with protesters.
I fully support Mr. Vladimir Putin! No president on this planet has acheived what is done given the lap of time he managed to do it. He is a world example to all president.
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