I got the following email this morning and I want to share it with you:
“I see that you’ve posted a translation of the report attributed to Sergei Glazyev. While parts of it “ring true” because of SG’s similar formulations in the past, you might want to make your readers aware that this is a leaked text. My information is that it is, at best, a rough draft of what he may have reported before the Security Council. Some suspect that elements were doctored, to make it easier for the liberal financial press to attack it, as they have been doing for the past couple of weeks. See, for example: http://www.zavtra.ru/content/view/glazev-i-plan-revolyutsii-sverhu/ (not that everything in that article is right; the point about the corporate foreign debt is not so strange, for example, and is one that Yevgeni Primakov often made). Academician Glazyev did, however, present the entire, genuine article at today’s MEF session“.
Therefore, dear friends, caveat emptor (as always!).
If Putin is granted authority to send Russian troops abroad…he should also put the economy on a war footing, institute Glazyevs’ Plan and purge the 5th column. IF the West attempt to sabotage efforts to bring ISIL to an end or begins to disrupt life in any of Russia’s near abroad with color revolution, false flag. etc. I have HOPE that with the conclusion of the Iran deal…which Obama went through INTENSE resistance to accomplish and could have been assassinated over ( accidentally of course) he now has a chance, in at least this area, to fulfill one of the promises he was elected to do. Get out of the ME militarily. In this case, Purge the 5th column and institute Glazyev’s plan. No country can be Sovereign unless it controls it’s Central Bank.
The supreme council of the United Russia party seems to be an employment agency for traitors, pro-Western compradors, and enemies of the (Russian) people. In addition to disgraced Komi Republic governor Vyacheslav Gaizer, there are economic liberals dedicated to turning Russia into a resource colony of the West and a US citizen who constantly proclaims his admiration of the United States. If Russia is to have any future, it will not be under United Russia, or, as Alexei Navalny calls it, “the party of crooks and thieves.”
“Putin Jazzman Hailed by Clinton Skates U.S.-Russia Divide”
After rejecting both Glazyev’s plan and “state capitalism,” Putin announced plans to further privatize the Russian economy by selling off state assets at fire-sale prices. Its not the sale price of the assets that matters, he told a presidential human rights council dominated by 1990s-era liberals, but that the sales will help create a more open, more liberal, Russia.
He went on to announce to the council his approval of plans to build over 300 large monuments denouncing the Soviet era, plans to repeal restrictions on foreign agents, intensify the war in Syria, etc. It seems clear that the Syrian war is little more than cover for liberal reforms, the gradual return of Donbass and Crimea to Ukraine, and the final destruction of the Russian economy.
What’s next? Appointing Mikhail Khodorkovsky as his successor?
Taking a quick glance at the other articles on the site you provide the link to, I must ask, do you see it as a very reliable source?