Nemtsov Maidan Failed. Evgeny Fedorov (Eng. Subs) 39030 Views March 17, 2015 Watch List The Saker The Essential Saker IV: Messianic Narcissism's Agony by a Thousand Cuts Order Now The Essential Saker III: Chronicling The Tragedy, Farce And Collapse of the Empire in the Era of Mr MAGA Order Now Tagged Boris NemtsovEvgenii FedorovMaidan
I dont understand why the U.S. ambassador to Russia has not been kicked out.
better keep your enemies closer…
Normally,that is the right thing to do.But that usually is meant when the enemy doesn’t know you know they are an enemy.In this case,both sides know.Allowing him to meet freely,and plot freely with traitors,as Ukraine showed, is not a good idea. If Putin refuses to crack down on the 5th column.Then by also allowing them to flaunt their treason publicly shows them the government is weak.And encourages more treason.It is the weak actions of the governments threatened by color revolutions that allow them to succeed.Not the skill of the plotters.Had Yanukovich shown a backbone and crushed maidan as soon as it was seen what they were doing.Many thousands of people would be alive today.Little Polina would be alive,and Vanya not mutilated and his brother not killed.Actions,and lack of actions have consequences.Yanukovich’s worrying over his image in the West destroyed his nation.And has left him hated almost as much among his one time supporters in the Southeast as he is by his haters in West Ukraine.
Agreed….this could be Putin’s Neville Chamberlain moment…
@ Uncle Bob,
Q; Had Yanukovich shown a backbone and crushed maidan as soon as it was seen what they were doing.
R: But doesn’t such an avenue of thinking open the floodgates to crushing any opposition citing ‘grave and dangerous actions by subversive elements’ by any ruler-slash-dictator?
Well, a ruler has to know what must to be done to maintain order in his/her country. When the rule of law and of orderly, legal, democratic political transition is being undermined from within by agitators seeking to effectuate regime change, disorder does not = “dissent.” Disorder = sabotage and creating conditions for “storming the Bastille” and extralegal seizure of state power, called a coup. As so well described by Fedorov.
WE have been “cracked down” on here in the USA. Nobody seriously bothers to try to launch political protest here anymore. The reasons for cracking down are far more immediate in Russia, where there is plenty of evidence that foreign agitators are actively trying to take the country apart.
This is not because I disagree with what you’re saying. I look at it from a judicial pov. As you know, enhanced interrogation techniques were legalized [under W] and praised by non other than Condi Rice, and James Mitchell, who claimed, “‘It was not illegal based on the law at the time.’
My question would therefore be, “Where do you draw the line between suppressing/oppressing free speech [an euphemism, I know] and cracking down on ‘rebels/rebellion?’
Couldn’t Poroshenko use the same ‘logic’ on the NR ‘rebels?’
Well, I guess if you consider Poroshenko the legitimate leader of Ukraine. But he came to power illegally, via a coup, so the “rebels” aren’t rebels. They are actually closer to being a successor govt of Ukraine, seems to me, than Poroshenko. I don’t think you can tar me with being an apolgist for Poroshenko.
I think that the background to Fedorov’s comments, and I guess mine, too (!!) is that, as has been discussed often enough here, the “democracy” argument is a wolf in sheep’s clothing that is used to overthrow other countries’ governments. On a selective basis. It doesn’t matter whether those governments are “democratic” or not. Guatamala, Iran, etc. had democratically elected govts and these were overthrown because they didn’t toe the line.
I have read repeatedly that 85% of the Russian people support Putin. So, I think he has every right to take whatever steps are necessary to protect his government and the country from the destabilizing influences of foreign and domestic saboteurs. Yanukovich won the election in Ukraine, and the person who was installed via a coup has no legal or morel right to label anyone a “rebel.”
Q: I don’t think you can tar me with being an apolgist for Poroshenko.
R; Why would I do that? We’re having a discussion and in a discussion one explores various, most likely, very opposite options. I don’t care that much about being right, but I do care about what I see as ‘justice.’
The fact that Victoria ‘F*** the EU’ Nuland knew in November, 2013, who would be the new leaders of the Ukraine in 2014 [before any serious ‘uprising’] needs no further explanation. That is/was an amoral shoe in.
if you see a rat in your barn, you deal with it right away. otherwise you have hundreds of rats. Its common sense.
Daniel, Poroshenko already has done so. Torture, by the way, didn’t start in the Yankee Reich in 2001. It has been a perennial feature since 1620. You either do anything that you can to defeat fascism, Nazism and Exceptionalism, or the death-squads will come a-knocking, or the B52s will carpet bomb your country. To fight monsters you might need to act like the monsters, but so long as monsterism does not become the fabric of your existence, (as it is with the real monsters), once they are defeated, there is a chance that you will be able to shuck of the outer vestiges of monsterism. In other words if your monsterism is only in your behaviour not in your essence as it is with the real monsters, you might yet survive, and your non-monstrous essence triumph, in you and in society. This, need it be aid, is a life and death struggle for all humanity against radical evil.
Katherine’s comment below would be my answer as well.I’ll just add that theoretically you are right.But this situation was an actual danger,that turned in to a horrible disaster.So there are times that a nation or leader must not worry about any criticism and just save the country.And when the danger is caused and abetted,not from the inside,but from outside agents.Is that time certainly.
@ Uncle Bob,
Q; And when the danger is caused and abetted,not from the inside,but from outside agents.Is that time certainly.
R; I agree [with both you and Katherine]. Theorizing/philosophizing is one thing [and good for the mind, mind you], but when practicality comes ‘a knockin, the only option left is immediate action [a la Putin in Crimea].
Or to some extent the way JFK and Khrushchev dealt with the Caribbean Crisis [don’t want to think about how W would’ve dealt with it].
even Putin said, he wouldn’t have done it the same way as Yanovich
It does, but those flood-gates have been open since time immemorial. A thug will crush the resistance on any excuse, as the Nazis in Kiev have shown. Sometimes certain ends, ie forestalling a Nazi takeover and possible nuclear war, justify the means, in this case,crushing a mob of Nazis in the Maidan.
I agree with everything you wrote, Bob. Those same thoughts ran through my mind as I listened to Mr. Fedorov. Then if they are expecting even more in the same line, then why isn’t President Putin doing more rather than letting the media and those traitors have a free hand at destroying Russia?
OTOH, just maybe this is the reason for President Putin’s disappearing for awhile – maybe taking some kind of action or planning.
Doesn’t the Kremlin have a good enough spy system? They should have known this. At least I would think so.
Q; Doesn’t the Kremlin have a good enough spy system?
R: It annexed Crimea, didn’t it?
I, for one, didn’t see that coming [and I guess many western think-tank-heads either], until it unfolded right before my very eyes.
As to Crimea.I knew that would be a flash-point.I knew the pro-Russian feeling there was immense.And I thought that the junta would move to control it quickly,and then repudiate the base treaty.I could guess that from their Russophobic words and actions throughout maidan.But what I thought would happen was that Crimea would just plain revolt.That Russia would then either move in and topple the junta.Or recognize Crimean independence and have the troops guarantee that independence.The quickness of Russia’s reaction in Crimea,and the referendum surprised me.The fact that they didn’t mobilize the Crimean militias,the Ukrainian forces that went over to them (3/4 of the troops I believe) to go into Ukraine,While calling on the Ukrainian military to topple the junta and restore the legal government shocked and horrified me (and still does).Knowing the West,I knew what was coming if Russia didn’t move quickly in Ukraine.And sure enough it has worked that way.One of the only reasons I can think of they didn’t go through the military is the large numbers of West Ukrainians, previous governments had inserted in the officer corps.Many of the regular troops were Russian speaking Southeastern men.But the officer corps has a large number of West Ukrainians in it. It might be that Russia doubted their loyally to the legal government.
Daniel, Russia, not ‘the Kremlin’, liberated Crimea, under the Responsibility to Protect Doctrine, applied honestly, for a change, and did not ‘annexe’ it. That’s Radio Free Europe, Guardian-style gibberish.
Considerable portion of Fedorov account is propaganda (some excuse for that due to challenging times).
Russia is not Ukraine. Putin is not Yanukovich. Yes, during his Maidan Yanukovich has not done enough . No , Putin did NOT have his Maidan.
He had Bolotnaia. http://bolotnoedelo.info/en/the-bolotnaya-square-case
Bolotnaia was caused by ‘reelections’, not “5 column” or “America”
It is possible that Nemtsov murder was planned abroad (abroad is unlikely the US, which would have hard time recruiting in Grozny, –and in any case the connection needs to be established, not just claimed based on geopolitics).
Yes, they have to watch for provocateurs. But protests in Russia are tightly controlled for a while already. Fedorov uses this as an opportunity to justify this long after the fact. Even after this major provocation, opposition was NOT planning a Maidan or storming Kremlin. And it was OK for them to gather in central Moscow for the memorial, after all. And this opposition is mostly IT workers and creative class—not the kind of people who would pester their Government with Molotov cocktails. The whole approach to brand this people as 5 column for ruling party political gain is wrong. They are normal citizens with critical thinking still intact.
I see that Xi, wisely, is cracking down on the NGO saboteurs and foreign agents in China. About time! Apart from the obvious role these insects play in attempting to foment unrest inside China, with the ultimate goal of ‘bringing China down’ and smashing it into fragments and excising Xinjiang, Tibet, Taiwan etc from its carcass, the racist and civilizational arrogance and condescension of these creeps is breath-taking. Coming from moribund, socially unjust, debt-ridden, perennially aggressive Western states with inequality and social misery growing like topsy, to lecture the world’s most successful society over the last three thousand years, and certainly over the last fifty, with an entirely different social and cultural history, and demand that it ape its Western betters, is racism, xenophobia and cultural arrogance taken to ludicrous extremes. Kick the bums out, and any Westernised Oriental Gentlemen compradores who prefer to tug the forelock (or the queue)to their Western masters. Then clean out Hong Kong.
Keep your enemies close is possible……SO YOU KNOW WHAT THEY DOING BEHIND YOUR BACK!!!!!!
Dear The Saker,
A good video that I hope is shown all over Russia. The cookie cutter foreign policy approach will be the downfall of the US.
I hope the authorities took note of all the red capes and those Ukrainians involved. Know thy enemy.
Antonov was interviewed on RT’s World’s Apart (shown today) and it was interesting that the Ukrainians weren’t invited to the security conference taking place in Moscow shortly – I wonder why (sarcasm)?
Ukraine will also not be a main topic of the conference as there are other serious global security issues to be discussed (I got the feeling the Russians are bored of this now). He however said, there were open discussions and no doubt Ukraine will be covered but there are other global security issues to discuss (Afghanistan, Latin America etc). In regard to Ukraine not being invited he mentioned the Minsk agreements too and how Ukraine needs to show it can fulfil these first.
Because it would cause the Russian ambassador to the U.S. to be kicked out. And since the Russian ambassador is a competent professional, that would be a bigger loss for Russia than the loss of their neocon hack would be for the U.S.
Does anyone even know who the Russian Ambassador to the US is? Has any American ever seen him/her meeting with Americans? I know I haven’t.When Russia and the US deal with each other its through the top people (Lavrov and Kerry)
.The Ambassadors are supposed to pass messages between the governments.And in an ideal World,represent their countries in a positive light to the nations they are posted in.But the way it “really” works in the World is different. In Russia (and most of the World) the US Embassy is a nest of spies.Trying to subvert the countries they serve in.
While Russia has been demonized so much in the West its a “kiss of political death” for any American to be seen supported by the Russian Embassy.The US and Iran communicate and deal with each other.Yet neither has an Embassy in the others country.True its easier,more convenient,and prestigious to have Embassies.But with modern communications as they are it isn’t vital anymore.
US Ambassadors act as controllers of local subversion in target countries, like the monster Ford urging on the revolting jihadists in Syria,after his sterling work in Iraq, with primo monster Negroponte, organising the ‘Salvador Option’ death-squads. Negroponte had expertise from his time as US ‘Ambassador’ in Honduras organising death-squads there, and the Contra death-squad attacking Nicaragua. A comic illustration was Huntsman, the ‘Ambassador’ to China, attempting to foment a ‘Jasmine Revolution’ in Beijing in 2011, and having far fewer Chinese compradores show up than shoppers. ‘Diplomacy’ under the Yankee Reich is akin to Mafia stand-over tactics, ie bullying, threats, intimidation, subversion, financing Fifth Columnists, interfering in local affairs etc-just what you’d expect from the ‘Exceptionalists’.
…Keep your enemies-warmongering- whores close as possible so you know what psychopaths doing behind your back….this way you are least one step ahead of this idiots…
On different note, Putin was away for 11 days. I think it has something with preventing an another Maidan/Oange revolution, but on system level. And if we take account the actions of China, we can conclude this: the Sino-Russian duo will pull out the rug under the US$ in foreseeable future, which will render the financing of the Orange revolution in China and Russia near impossible.
My 2 cents
This is more than your 2 cents:
‘National security? China ready to slam door on foreign NGOs.
New law would allow Beijing to filter out foreign funding of groups that support free expression and civil society.’, by Peter Ford, Staff Writer March 10, 2015
“allow Beijing to filter out foreign funding of groups that support free expression and civil society.” (translation: ” groups that support a anti-Chinese and pro-west agenda”)
I have always liked listening to what Federov has to say. Maybe he isn’t always right — don’t know — but he never pulls his punches or obscures his thoughts, and he always brings up interesting ideas and facts. To think of a standard US politician speaking openly like this is unimaginable.
BTW, new crisis: Putin is missing again — haven’t seen him since yesterday!
He’s probably relaxing in his $40-billion-dollar Moon dacha that he paid for with his ill-gotten gains as The Lord of Evil.
Only $40 billion?? Hey — more than that — Putin is no cheapskate.
BTW — I caught the reference to the book and found what looks to be a legitimate copy in PDF (scanned with malwarebytes, and my PDF reader likes it — but always be cautious, of course).
‘Moon dacha, wider than a mile…
Shadow boxing only….no real harm or results will ever come of this.
But i think they should check out that U-Tube Crazy Russian Hacker to find out if this data was compromised to somewhere in their ‘enemy list’.
This all comes after Clinton was found to have been using a private email account rather than a government email account to send and receive sensitive electronic communications which is against the rules.
Not to mention Hillary is under fire after the Clinton Foundation was found to have accepted foreign money, to the tune of $2 million, from the Chinese and the problem is likely not going away anytime soon.
For those interested, the book “Coup d’État: A Practical Handbook” can be freely downloaded from the University of Adelaide eBooks library at the following:
I would like to thank Saker and whoever translated and did the sub-titling. Thank you.
Federov is a teacher. He brings an argument that is logical and factual, not just his POV.
As for the counter-measures: FSB should let the US Embassy know in whispers that no one will survive any coup attempt. Station chief, base chiefs around Russia, Ambassador, consulate generals—all American representatives will be eliminated for starters. All American holdings will be nationalized. Let them chew on that.
And as for the participants from Kiev—I’d let those nazis know that Kiev will look like Dresden 1945 after the firebombing. All government buildings, especially wherever CIA and State Dept elements lurk will be particalized. Whatever military bases survive the counter-strike in Ukraine, will be aflame for weeks.
Got to paint a picture of what will happen. The American goons and Kievan nazis are dense. They really think they can get away with murder and chaos anywhere on earth. After all, they are basically satanists.
red ryder comment: I agree. And Fedorov has their contempt for “the ruskies” down exactly; in fact I am surprised they have not come up with a more derogatory term except they have to pay lip service to their multi culturalism and holier- than -thou hypocrisy when it comes to people of color or those from whose cultures they deem as “less than:”
here is how they treat people really when they can get away with it…i.e. people who are not US citizens
I strongly disagree, Red Ryder. Embassy personnel have diplomatic immunity; killing them can have serious repercussions, up to and including war.
Incredible. I’m just so naive to the darkness of global espionage. While I have no idea if he’s right about any of it, that anyone would consider to plan like what he describes is just so far outside my normal daily realm of thought process and decision making.
After watching that I just feel so simple, like such a commoner. And moreover, a real contentment with that.
After I started digging into 911 nothing the US/Israeli’s do surprises me. I just develop a deeper sense of disgust that such criminal activities are carried out so brazenly. After all, the perps have nothing to fear – their activities will go unreported in the west.
As of late I have sensed that material is being leaked from FSB archives about the (vital) historic background of critical events that led to the collapse of the Romanovs. WW I/II, and the rest.
I can only hope that more can be done to get some light on these matters.
Then again, from what I see of the west most are too stupified to even perceive the consequences to themselves as the empire crumbles.
How does the empire top 911?
Federov is a Member of the Duma, a deputy. So you know he sees the fifth columnists, the Liberals, in action up close and personal.
He sounds these alarms, but they are based more and more on plain, easy to see moves by the American operatives.
Paul Revere had it much easier.
Evgeny Fedorov: Well, an intelligent and loyal man makes a competent analysis and we begin to see tthe body of the ice berg launched against Russia with the Nemsov murder. More will be revealed. He has the racism down pat and he has the fact that more will follow of the same. Manipulation via media has been perfected in the US… Interesting what he said about creating a “wave effect” They also talk about tipping points. Marshal McLuhan: the medium is the message. Deprive a population of historical memory, the ability to write measured analytical essay, and a sense of social solidarity–then you have fertile grounds for totalitarianism American style. But Russia is not the USA and the people are smarter than “they” think.
Very interesting explanation by Fedorov. Though no mention of the zionist connections – only American. In Russia, it would be a huge mistake to only single out 5th element American connections for scrutiny, since most of the 5th element leadership and management, and a very high percentage 5th element in the government and media are well connected with Israel. This is one reason Israel bends over backwards to maintain “friendly” relations with Russia, while the colonies are set upon Russia like a pack of rabid dogs.
It would be redundant. American is the long form of Zionist. Inescapable, less inflammatory.
It would be redundant.
About as redundant as mentioning the role the fascism played in 1930s-40s Germany or 1920s-40s Italy would be.
American is the long form of Zionist.
No, America is the short form. America is just one country of the many zionists subvert.
Inescapable, less inflammatory.
Very escapeable, if what one wants is to keep the zionist role out of sight. But you are right about it being less inflammatory. One only gets only 3/4 of the sayanim network slandering them if one exposes American criminality, but expose the zionists pulling strings from behind the curtain and the whole lot goes ballistic, including the most duplicitous ones, those Gilad Atzmon referred to anti-zionist-zionists (AZZ).
“Look, you have $18.1 trillion in official debt, you have $42 trillion in unfunded liabilities, and you’re kind of a dick. I’m dumping you.”
Germany To Send 500 Troops To Drill in Lithuania.
Just like the good old days from ’41 to ’44. Brings a tear to your eyes.
Excellent summation of the standard ‘colored revolution’. Nice interview.
I’d be interested in what exactly Mr Fedorov means when he says the Empire will never stop and will keep trying at least until we take certain steps. Mr Fedorov’s presentations are invaluable and I take them as very important lessons.
I’d be interested in what exactly Mr Fedorov means when he says the Empire will never stop and will keep trying at least until we take certain steps.
I would too, and the “empire” minions would really like to know, I’m sure. So it’s probably all for the best we all remain in ignorance, for now. Some steps taken we have already been seen, such exposing the connections between 5th elementers and the US embassy. Putting those connections in the news went a long in defusing 5th element influence, especially after the zionazis staged their bandera coup in the Ukraine and people could see what the 5th element brought first hand.
Absolutely agree with you вот так. Ignorance is bliss. I also want to thank you for your awesome comments which are very concise and always witty.
April 8—3 weeks away yet.
I guess putin is going to string them along till they go from their current straits of dead broke to just dead-ass broke.
I read here
“ROUNDUP: Politiker in Deutschland streiten um Kriegs-Reparationen für Athen”
German politicians argue about war reparations for Athens’
BERLIN (dpa-AFX) – Die Bundesregierung gerät mit ihrer strikten Ablehnung von Kriegsentschädigungen für Griechenland aus der Zeit des Nationalsozialismus zunehmend in die Kritik. “Wir sollten die Frage der Entschädigungen nicht mit der aktuellen Debatte über die Euro-Krise verknüpfen. Aber unabhängig davon bin ich der Meinung, dass wir die Entschädigungsdiskussion führen müssen”, sagte SPD-Vize Ralf Stegner “Spiegel Online” (Dienstag). Das gehöre zum Umgang “mit unserer eigenen Geschichte”.
. . .
Athen will hier elf Milliarden Euro, zudem noch hohe Reparationen für Kriegsschäden. Im einzigen Abkommen zu dieser Frage mit Griechenland wurde vor 55 Jahren, am 18. März 1960, eine Zahlung von 115 Millionen Mark vereinbart, um unter anderem jüdische Opfer und deren Angehörige zu entschädigen.
Die Linken-Politikerin Ulla Jelpke betonte mit Blick auf SPD und Grüne am Dienstag: “Es ist gut, dass die Front der Entschädigungsverweigerer zu bröckeln beginnt.”/ir/bi/DP/she
The GErman government is coming under sharper criticism for its refusal to consider the issue of war reparations for Greece, stemming from the period of National Socialism. “We should not connect the question of reparations with the current debate about the Euro-Crisis. But apart from that, I am of the opinion that we must have the duscussion about reparations,” said Ralf STegener, the vice-chairman of the SPD, per Spiegel Online (Tuesday). “That is part of dealing with our own history.”
. . .
Athens want 11 Billion Euros, in addition to still high reparations for war damages. In the only agreement that jGermany has made with Greece about this issue, 55 years ago, on March 18, 1960, a payment of 115million marks was agreed on, for the purpose of payments to Jewish victims and their families.
The left politician Ulla Jelpke said pointedly, with her eyes on SPD and Greens, on Tuesday: “It is good that the front of the reparations-deniers and refusers is beginning to break up.”
Greece might be playing the war reparations card pretty well. Mainly because it turns the shaming paradigm on its head: Instead of Greeks being shamed for putatively being deadbeats, it’s the Germans who are shamed for slithering out of war reparations for murders and mayhem caused in Greece. Not to mention loans that the Nazi regime forced on Greece in I guess 1942. Quite apart from the deadbeat aspect, and the real money aspect of demanding reparations (the money would come in handy), this demand probably gets more Greek leaders behind Tsipris and his finance minister (can’t recall name). Also, it kind of changes the frame and calls out the Germans with their self-righteous intransigence toward Greece for being hypocritical in the extreme. I think. Not an expert here, but this is how it looks to me. The Germans have a hell of a lot of chutzpah setting themselves up as judge and jurors of their WW2 victim Greece. In fact, I have read that many in Greece view it exactly this way.
Merkel’s Snub of Moscow WWII Parade Underpins Neo-Nazi Regime
The German Chancellor demonstrated sheer hypocrisy when she scolded Japan’s leadership for not “[facing] up to their wartime past” last week, underscored Finian Cunningham, an author and prominent expert in international affairs, pointing to Merkel’s decision to snub the 70th anniversary of the defeat of Nazi Germany by the Soviet Union in Moscow.
“For a while the German chancellor was lecturing Japan on its legacy of imperial crimes, however, it emerged that Merkel had decided to snub major forthcoming commemorations scheduled for May 9 in Moscow to mark the 70th anniversary of the defeat of Nazi Germany by the Soviet Union,” the expert noted.
The move will obviously underpin the reactionary neo-Nazi Ukrainian regime as well as its attempts to whitewash the hideous crimes of the German Nazis in the Second World War, he emphasized. Moreover, Merkel’s snub of the Moscow war memorial is in fact a part of an alarming trend of re-writing the history of World War II – the heinous crimes of Nazi Germany and its covert Western backers – and silencing the honorable achievements of the Soviet Union that liberated Europe from fascism.
Hypocrites with Greece, hypocrites with Japan, and acting gay about attending the Victory parade in Moscow. It’s likely the Merkel regime of quislings wish nazi Germany would have defeated the USSR. I’m sure if they had been around then, they would be enthusiastic members of the nazi regime and would have swung afterwards with the worst of them.
It’s not pleasant for the Germans to be forever reminded of the Nazi crimes, just as it’s not pleasant for the Russians to be reminded of the Soviet crimes. And it’s pretty humiliating for a head of state to attend a victory parade in the country which defeated her own, parade which actually commemorates that defeat.
It’s not pleasant for the Germans to be forever reminded of the Nazi crimes, just as it’s not pleasant for the Russians to be reminded of the Soviet crimes.
The usual connecting of nazism and communism that neocon zionazi spam incessantly use on the web. Same sort of manipulation the zionazi media uses when they demonise Putin and Assad. This isn’t the Guardian’s zio-censored comment section.
Oh, BTW, Merkel attended the Normandy Commemoration last June, so your spam is rubbish on that level, as well.
Were there Soviet crimes ? Yes, there were.
Do you like to be reminded of them ? No, you don’t, and your answer confirms it.
As for censure, there is a lot of censure on this site, and also on Russia Today and all the pro-Russian sites. I would never be allowed here to answer the way you deserve. I know because I tried.
But luckily there are other places that matter where my opinion can be expressed.
Please feel free to eff off there, then, to be amongst your ilk.
Well said. The Zionazi invertebrates have been assiduously selling the moral equivalence between Nazism and Stalinism, which morphed seamlessly into the USSR, which has further morphed seamlessly into Russia. Meanwhile German neo-Nazis like Nolte et al, taking advantage of the indisputable fact that the West German then reunified German regimes were direct successors to Nazism, have been downplaying and justifying the Nazi crimes for decades.
I agree. That’s kind of like Obama inviting the Queen to attend a celebration of Lord Cornwallis’ surrender at Yorktown.
Anonymous on March 18, 2015 · at 3:58 am UTC
That’s kind of like Obama inviting the Queen to attend a celebration of Lord Cornwallis’ surrender at Yorktown.
So Russia was a colony of Germany which rebelled? :D
That is beyond gay.
The German Nazi successor regimes and the German fascist ruling elite never cease prostrating themselves before the Jews and Israel, no doubted fully justified by the horror of the Judeocide. But have you ever seen a member of the German elite paying his, her or its respects to the Roma, or the Serbs, or even the Greeks, concerning the butchery of their people? No way! The Serbs were paid back by seeing Germany enthusiastically support the revanchist Croatian and Slovenian fascist regimes, and the Bosnian regime of Islamofascist and ex-fighter with the Nazis, Itzetbegovic, during the destruction of Yugoslavia. The Greeks by having their society driven to eternal destruction and despair to pay off the money lenders. And, the German response to the slaughter of thirty million Soviets is to piss on their graves and spit in the face of their descendants, while installing the descendants of just those very same Nazi Ukrainians in power in Kiev whose atrocities even shocked the Germans.
It would be like the British being present at 4th of July parties in the US.Which by the way they are present at.The Soviets,Russians,and until lately, with the Russophobic campaign going on,the West as well.Have tried to portray the allied WW2 victory as having liberated Germany from brutal nazi rule.To be inclusive with Germany.And not make it seem an anti-German,but instead an anti-nazi commemoration.As was the D-Day ceremony,that Merkel for some reason had no problem attending. Hypocrisy permeates the West so thick you could cut it with a knife (which Russia may need to do).
I could see where Merkel would be upset attending a commemoration of defeating the Nazis. Yes — I can definitely see how that would rub her the wrong way — especially now with her supporting her Nazi friends in Kiev.
Let’s just forget it ever happened, eh Flor. I bet you shed a tear or two every year, don’t you.
Payment for Greek victims, but Jews only!!?? Good God, isn’t it repulsive. Two types of victims, the unpersons and the ‘Gods upon the Earth’, as Begin was wont to call his tribe.
Fox News military analyst Gen. Jack Keane believes that economic sanctions and NATO drills close to the Russian border are not enough to ensure European security, and so the US should move its air and ground bases further into Eastern Europe.
The United States stands to profit from the conflict in Ukraine, believes Alexandr Khrolenko.
For the United States, There’s No Business Like War Business
Instead of undermining the Kremlin’s authority, the sanctions are actually boosting it, the General said. Russia
If it were not for the nuclear devastation, I’d love to see the Yanks displaying their fabled ‘martial valour’ against an equal enemy, man to man. Not Iraqi children, or Pakistani children, murdered by drone, or the thousands of defenceless fleeing humans incinerated on the Kuwait to Basra Highway in the ‘turkey shoot’ of 1991. Man to man, and the Yanks would turn tail and run, like the Israelis in Lebanon in 2006. That I would love to see.
Actually we did see this in Fallujah. The marines got wacked going man to man there. Although the Iraqi’s had ten times the fatalities, most of them were killed while sleeping, unarmed, burnt with illegal phosphorous bombs and other illegal cluster munitions used inside a populated area. You would think the might of a super power would have made sure they did not take any fatalities with 10 minute medical care and huge number of weapons systems. The US wanted o show how good its soldiers were and fell flat on its face when they showed that determination by people on their home turf was n match for even a super power with unlimited resources. if the US can keep people alive who had half their face and head blown off and not count as a war causality, you can imagine what blown off limbs or other less serious injury but enough to make any woman run away mean.
These are the very same people yelling at people like Assad for using barrel bombs. All the while using every single illegal weapon on the planet to cause massive permanent damage to the environment. Even the USSR never used depleted uranium weapons. And it makes you wonder why Italians have a high rate of 3 eyed children. They can thank their Yankee friends for that.
To be a super power it really means you don’t need to use such weapons because you have other options. To be a bully means you need to use such weapons to get your hide smacked good because the other guy has something you don’t.
Excellent! The sordid hypocrisy of the psychopathic liars of the Western MSM, foaming and spitting over ‘barrel bombs’ as if they were ‘WMD’, while never criticising the plethora of hellish weapons deployed by the coward butchers of the USA and Israel, including the diabolical ‘thermo-baric’ Hellfire missiles, is a new low even for those scum.
free dacha with every visit!
Maduro Sends Letter to Putin: ‘Venezuela is Your Home
MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Caracas is ready to cooperate closely with Moscow within the framework of the UN Security Council, and hopes that the Russian head of state will pay Venezuela a visit, the country’s President Nicolas Maduro said in a letter to his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin.
Venezuela became a new non-permanent member of the UN Security Council in October 2014 and will serve to the end of 2016.
Only if he flies there with a full escort of military fighter jets or whatever they are called, armed with nuclear warheads.
As fighters from around the world continue to flock to the self-proclaimed Islamic State, the US has carefully mulled the possibility that radicalized combatants could find their way to American soil. While the Pentagon tracks these risks, a top commander warns that lax security in Central and South America could pose a threat.
What a paranoid, inconsistent fantasy! Once he says Navalny is in prison because he’s afraid to be killed,then he claims it was actually because Navalny wanted to have alibi from the march. The way he expresses condolences to Nemtsov’s family members sounds as if Nemtsov was the guilty party in this whole thing. He claims that the Americans’ goal was primarily to create more martyrs in front of the Kremlin, but if so, they would not need a 200,000-strong crowd – you could easily provoke a carnage in a much smaller number of people by a few terrorists – ideally Chechen like the Nemtsov killers. And so on. Even the interlocutor looks dumbfounded by all these paranoid claims.
I thought his description made sense. I think he was saying that Navalny got himself arrested so as not to be offed as the sacrificial lamb in the trigger event that is the run-up to the real event. That doesn’t mean that Navalny wouldn’t play a role if the riot scene had gone as planned.
Of course I and we are not in a position to assess how far on or off base Fedorov is with his analysis. He probably knows a lot more than he is saying, however. He was the one who said, a few months ago, that there must be a purge of all fifth columnists in Russia. He seems here to be saying that the attempts to decapitate Russia will not stop until these tools/traitors are eliminated.
Navalny knows he’ll be safer in jail than walking free and vulnerable. He clearly trusts Putin more than he trusts his “friends”!
You don’t think there could have been multiple reasons for Navalny to get himself arrested?
Navalny may have wanted an alibi AND because he wisely surmised that the Americans care not WHO is the sacrificial lamb…just that they have one.
Which of course begs the question.How stupid,evil,or both,do you need to be to work with people that are like that,trying to subvert your own country.If Navalny was just an anti-Putin politician.Working for what he thought best for Russia I would give him some respect.But his working hand in glove with foreigners as their stooge,betraying his own people for foreign interests.Just to gain power for himself, makes him pond-scum in my book.
Hang on, Bob. That there’s an insult to algae.
If this document Operation Northwoods, had not been declassified after fifty years, anyone would think it a paranoid conspiracy theory. http://www.dc911truth.org/flyers/11-11-06-handouts/Operation%20Northwoods.pdf There is a scan of the original document in the link.
Plenty of precedents for US regime change operations.
Nothing paranoid about Fedorov’s analysis. Your attempt to slander him, and discrdit his views, without offering anything better than some pathetic “Fox news guest” sort of theorising tells me Fedorov’s analysis may be a lot closer to the game plan than you lot wish the goys to see.
BTW, aren’t cathode ray tubes generally on the way out now? ;D
If you want to point a finger to REAL paranoids I would direct you to the apartheid and criminal Middle Eastern country called IsraHELL and its ‘king’ Satanyahu.
Wow! them crazy Israeli Zionists are # 1 paranoids and psychopaths.
That’s a good one! The synagogue of Satan.
Indeed it is! I thought Nutty-yahoo good, but Satanyahu takes the cake!
Nemtsov was the guilty party-guilty of looting his own country and impoverishing tens of millions (and thus causing unnecessary, premature, deaths)under Yeltsin, and guilty of being a treacherous agent of a foreign power, the USA, which is intent on destroying his country, if Russia was still Nemtsov’s native land. And supporting the neo-Nazis in Ukraine. Boy, did he have it coming, twenty years too late, alas.
I have been saying on my blog for some time now:
that the days of foreign embassies are over. Every country needs to kick out all foreign embassies from non-aligned countries. Not only, as described above, are they hotbeds of intrigue and mayhem…and a threat to the survival of the government of the host country…they are a health and safety risk. WMD can be stored in these embassies and detonated/spread…causing mass destruction and death.
Miguel saving ukrainians from russian occupants in Crimea.
have a look at the video interview at the bottom of the article, archive from 2012.
I hadnt seen this guys name since the 90s. And to me that interview alone proves a couple of things:
-Nemtsov had no possibility of being anybody in politics in Russia – he manages to insult Russians by saying that “Russians are stupid, they dont go on the internet, they just watch TV”.
-In elections campaign, at the peak… he chooses to go to Norway and PR for the west.
What a joke. I believe he actually could have been a double agent, actually working for the Kremlin and create a fake oposition in the eyes of the West.
CIA blew his cover – they assasinated him.
I can accept the idea that the US would attempt to create chaos in Russia in any way possible, but the doomsday scenario he sees is simply not possible.The fifth column is not popular enough and any attempt at such a coup, while it would lead to bloodshed, would be over in very short order.Russia is NOT Ukraine, and the US needs to learn that before they get their asses burned!
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Come and see for yerselves, folks. The gloves are off….!”
Hey, tiger, could you hand me that barf bucket one last time?
Gloves off? Maybe Fedor Emelianenko will pay Klitschko a little visit — show him around the ring…
Are these guys using the old movie The Mouse That Roared as a training film? Is this bad politics or bad satire? Who takes this stuff seriously? Kiev is going to go to war with Transnistria now? Are they going to win by ‘the worlds funniest joke’ — they think it’s a Monty Python sketch?
They are drinking GMO Kool Aid?
Ayup — like RT: Question more!
Blue, the Western elites, faced by economic implosion, social unrest, geo-political resistance led by the BRICS and egged on by the Jewish Fifth Columns that now fully control nearly all Western polities, are going rapidly insane. Barking, sado-masochistically, insane. Paranoia, aggression, group and self-delusion on a massive scale, complete with utterly impudent lying (definitely the Zionazi influence) monumental hypocrisy and that rage that the Western ubermensch always displays when the ‘unpersons’ refuse to ‘tremble and obey’, are all manifested, and are growing ever more febrile. Personally I think that the final stage of mass demented hysteria was initiated by Putin calmly and correctly pointing out to the House Negro Obama that US claims to being ‘Exceptional’ were morally repugnant. That principled refutation of the Atlanticist religion did the trick.
Seem like Konstantinovka is getting very ugly — could lead to some nasty and important developments. This mass arrest thing sounds significant to me. But there isn’t enough in English for me to get a good sense of it.
Right Sector enters Konstantinovka, begin mass arrests
The morning after the riots: Konstantinovka is a ghost town (video)
The morning after the riots, Konstantinovka looks like a ghost town, reports RT. People are hiding in their homes, fearing repercussions and arrests. According to RT, the woman, ran over by a MTLB, died in the hospital.
17 марта 2015 Подробности Оригинал
Константиновка отомстила украинским военным за гибель ребенка
[not knowing Russian I can say only there is a story and 3 videos there]
Putin allows the bully and its agents to define Russia’s options in this conflict. In real-life, bullies only fear definitive action by their victims. All other forms of victim responses fall within the parameters of what the bully expects and can turn to his advantage.
The Humans of Novorussia, despite what certain people argue here, don’t fight for the joy of ‘winning’ each battle. They fight to win a war. To permanently earn independence for their region of Ukraine
that explains why Russia had to sacrifice 27 million men and women while anglos loss was only 0.9 millions.
Russia lets dithering and never press its advantage in battle
in war you have to win by any means.
Putin is not the global police officer.
More from the rumer mill:
Putin´s Confident: Putin to Nationalize Rothschild´s Central Bank and Purge “Collaborators” with West. “War till One Side Collapses inevitable”
Abstract: President Putin is under heavy pressure from outside and inside: Western sanctions and intended oil price crash. Despite efforts by the Rothschild controlled Central Bank of Russia (CBR) and the use of dozens of billions of foreign exchange reserves – the value of the ruble against the dollar has, therefore,declined by 39% this year.
Putin will soon nationalize the CBR and the ruble according to his confidant Yevgeny Fyodorov – to raise money for his (armament) projects.
Under the Constitution, the CBR belongs to a foreign State – the City of London – and is taking orders from London and Washington. This bank can only print money corresponding to its cash in foreign currency, which is not sufficient for Putin´s purposes. The CBR even has to buy (worthless) US bonds for the dollars paid for Russian oil – whereby the dollars return to the FED!
Moreover, Putin is under pressure from the West, which wants to overthrow and replace him with Western-minded oligarchs. Thus, the US ambassador to Moscow, Tefft, is said to have made it very clear: “We will displace Putin from office and install our people as leader of the government (he even mentioned the person by name) and appoint ministers”.
Therefore, Putin now needs a strong army to prevent Russia’s submission to the US.
Absolutely true. Revolutions follow a scenario scripted centuries ago.
Spilling the blood of “innocent” people, or prominent “opposition” figures is a necessary ingredient for raising the “wave” of indignation which could mobilize people. The more irrational and absurd the killing is, the greater the indignation.
Fedorov rightly evokes the Khodynka tragedy. It did indeed served to stir mass indignation against the supposed “indifference” and “callousness” of the Imperial Family.
A Swedish engineer, Anton Carlsund, who came to the pan-Russian industrial and art exhibition in Nizhny Novgorod to represent the Ludvig Nobel Engineering Works in St Petersburg remembered hearing these comments from an old Russian: “What does this mean?”, Carlsund heard an old Russian exclaim. “This is the third sign. First the foreign minister dies at the imperial procession, then people are trampled to death at the Khodinka field and now the imperial flag is torn to shreds [reference to a storm which destroyed the pavilions of the Exhibition]. How will it end for this emperor?” The exhibition area was restored in 24 hours and the imperial visitors arrived the very next day..
The mishaps at the coronation in 1896 were really an omen. The final act of the drama unfolded one night in July 1918 in a cellar in the house in Jekaterinburg where the Tsar and his family were being kept hostage. They were shot and their bodies burned with sulphuric acid to erase all traces.” (from http://www.branobelhistory.com/themes/society/tsar-nicholass-coronation-party-is-surrounded-by-drama/)
Follows the “Bloody Sunday” massacre against the “peaceful” demonstrators led by the notorious agent provocateur the Priest Gapon, who was to be disposed of shortly by Pinhas Rutenberg, notorious Russian-born (actually born in Poltava!) Zionist, businessman, and Jewish Nationalist in Mandatory Palestine. He played an active role in two Russian revolutions, in 1905 and 1917. On the Bloody Sunday he “saved the life” of Fr. Gapon.
This interesting history in Wikipedia : Gapon and Rutenberg fled abroad, being welcomed in Europe both by prominent Russian emigrants Georgy Plekhanov, Vladimir Lenin, and French socialist leaders Jean Jaurès and Georges Clemenceau. Before the end of 1905, Rutenberg returned to Russia, and Gapon followed him.
Gapon soon revealed to Rutenberg his contacts with the police and tried to recruit him, too, reasoning that double loyalty is helpful to the workers’ cause. However, Rutenberg betrayed his trust and reported this provocation to his party leaders, Yevno Azef and Boris Savinkov. Azef demanded that the traitor be put to death. Ironically, he was in fact an agent provocateur himself, exposed by Vladimir Burtsev in 1908.
On March 26, 1906 Gapon arrived to meet Rutenberg in the rented cottage out of St. Petersburg, and after a month he was found there hanged. Rutenberg asserted later that Gapon was condemned by comrades’ court and that three S.R. party combatants overheard their conversation from the next room. After Gapon had repeated his collaboration proposal, Rutenberg called the comrades into the room and left. When he returned, Gapon was dead.”
Follows the assassination of Rasputin at the hands of the British Intelligence Service and its agents in Russia (Prince Felix Iusupov) which historians view as the “Prelude to the Revolution”.
Remember the “Velvet Revolution” of Prague 1989. It was the (faked) death of Martin Šmíd, a fictitious Czechoslovak university student (actually a secret police agent Ludvík Zifčák), who was supposedly killed in the police attack on the November 17, 1989 student demonstration in Prague that launched Czechoslovakia’s Velvet Revolution.
A few of us (maybe more) drew the same conclusions as Fedorov. Now, if amateurs like us could see clearly through the smoke screen, only using (critically) the information offered by the MSM, is it credible that the FSB did not know much more and nipped the “nemtsovschina” in the bud?
You know, what with the Israeli elections and the usual “what will massa want of us” confusion such usually entails among the quislings till the new leader of “the free world” is announced, it seems the quislings cant get their propaganda and policy messages insync.
US State Dep’t Can’t Seem to Agree on Assad Policy
State Department spokesperson Jen Psaki said that there’s no future for Bashar-al-Assad in Syria, denying the statement made earlier by Secretary of State John Kerry.
So who is in charge, the Pile of Psaki or Klu Klucks Kerry? In the meantime, Turkish PM Davutroglodite, unsure whose lead to follow, but knowing the most extreme expressions of gayness always finds favour with his zionazi Israeli masters, decides to go for broke and service the ginger tranny, rather than the demonically visaged mannequin.
Turkish PM Compares Talks With Syria’s Assad to Shaking Hands With Hitler
“There is no difference between shaking hands with Hitler, Milosevic, Radovan Karadzic, Saddam, Assad,” the Turkish Prime Minister told parliament.
The freak really loves his Israeli supplied kneepads, reputed to be autographed by Netanyahu himself.
Many thanks to Saker for posting this video! This and other materials he presents allow us to get a glimpse into the vast internal landscape of crucial and fateful politics in Russia and about Russia, totally invisible to most of western public. (His early insight into the internal division into Atlantic Integrationists and Eurasian Sovereignists, for instance, IMHO showed itself to be an immensely useful practical tool for correct understanding of otherwise inscrutable events there.)
Evgeny Fedorov (Евгений Фёдоров in Russian) is an indeed remarkable person. He is a big supporter of president Putin, and one of the organizers of the movement for amending the Russian constitution to the benefit of all Russian people. The Russian constitution was adopted in early Yeltsin years, in 1993 (!), and has some serious flaws. For example, did you know that president Putin can *not* prevent a measure that is completely against interests of the people from becoming a law? That he cannot change the prime minister? That he cannot appoint or dismiss the president of Russian Central Bank? Much of the power in Russia is in the hands of lobbyists in Duma – and many of these are in service of the West! Fedorov does not exaggerate in the above video when he warns of the busy workings of the fifth column.
Here is a translation of the information of the Fedorov’s constitutional movement, the site goes under “Together With The President”, it sheds light on what is going on in the country. (The linked video therein is an *obligatory* watching – if you know Russian – unfortunately I had no time to translate it too.)
***Why do we live poorly?***
***How else must the looser country live?***
Before reading, please watch THIS VIDEO: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0pw_NFQ-2TM
Let us start from the beginning. After 1945, the world was plunged into the cold war. At times it turned into the hot phase, local conflicts flashed in many countries, one part of the world was on the side of the USSR and its allies, and the other part on the side of the USA and NATO.
In 1985, Mikhail Gorbachev became the General Secretary of the CPSU Central Committee. He was a so-called “slave”, a kind of “Trojan horse” – a figure which our ENEMIES specifically pushed for a managerial position. Having become the head of state and having placed in key positions “his people”, he began to materialize his plans. The result of which was – an artificial economic and political crisis and the collapse of the state.
What was the collapse of the Soviet Union?
This was the defeat of the Russian state in the THIRD WORLD WAR, which, thanks to the advent of nuclear weapons, was not hot.
We lost the war. What does one usually do with the losers? Right – occupies them and uses them for one’s own geopolitical and economic interests. That’s what we got in the 90s, when we were, almost directly, managed by American advisers (and it was thanks to them that many anti-social reforms were introduced).
Through these reforms, they have received (and continue to receive now, through the mechanism of debt) a very special contribution. The largest Russian companies registered off-shore and all the money (except local tax) went abroad.
But on 31 December 1999 citizen Yeltsin resignes (apparently, finally realizing what he’s done) and the acting president (and subsequently the full-fledged president) becomes Vladimir Putin.
Putin heads FOR SOVEREIGNTY:
+ Adjusts the power vertical (parallel to leading the fight against separatism in the provinces)
+ Gives a decisive rebuff to international mercenaries who fought in the Chechen Republic
+ Begins to pursue a more coherent economic policy (introduces ESN – unified social tax, NDPI – tax on minerals extraction, etc.)
+ Attempts to have CENTRAL BANK submit to the government (it does NOT submit to anyone) and make loans more available (why he hasn’t succeeded, read HERE http://факты-оккупации.рф/?page_id=39 )
After the recent events (annexation of Crimea and Russia’s upholding of its interests on the world stage) every sane inhabitant of Russia has no doubt that Putin is pursuing a national course.
You ask: “And what is NOD doing?”
[NOD = НОД = Национально-освободительное движение = National Liberation Movement, http://rusnod.ru/ , the organization that published this analysis]
Vladimir Putin has done a lot for Russia, but could not COMPLETELY restore the sovereignty, lost after 1991.
Why he couldn’t do it?
The answer is simple – adopted in 1993, Constitution of the Russian Federation RESTRICTS the sovereignty of Russia and does not allow Russia to live the way she wants.
To CHANGE chapters 1 and 2 of the CONSTITUTION (in accordance with article 135) it is necessary to conduct a national referendum.
The task of the organization NOD is – to organize popular support for a referendum to amend the Constitution.
It is as it was the Crimea – seeing people’s support, the authority of the Peninsula immediately began to act decisively (blocked Ukrainian military forces, held a referendum on self-determination and became a part of Russia).
And so Vladimir Putin, seeing the support of millions of Russians, will finally be able change the Constitution of Russia.
[FOR MORE INFORMATION, SEE “Legal facts of the occupation” http://факты-оккупации.рф/?page_id=4 ]
Three facts of the LACK of full SOVEREIGNTY in the Russian Federation:
1. The President has no authority to prevent the adoption of ANTI-PEOPLE LAWS.
According to article 107, paragraph 3 of the Constitution of Russia:
“If the President of the Russian Federation within fourteen days from the receipt of a Federal law rejects it, then the State Duma and the Federation Council in the manner prescribed by the Constitution of the Russian Federation will again consider the law. If after reconsideration the Federal law is approved in the earlier adopted wording by a majority of not less than two thirds of votes of the total number of members of the Federation Council and State Duma deputies, it shall be signed by the President of the Russian Federation within seven days and made public”.
Thus, even when rejecting President unwanted act when re-enactment, THE PRESIDENT IS OBLIGED TO SIGN IT, even if he strongly disagrees with it, or else he violates Russia’s Constitution.
It is in this way that “laws” on education, MONETIZATION, etc. appear.
The President cannot reject the law MORE than 2 times, even if it IS ANTI-NATIONAL, pursuant to paragraph 3 of article 107 of the Constitution of Russia
2. The President has no authority to appoint the Prime Minister (the head of the government):
In accordance with article 83a of the Constitution of Russia:
The President Of The Russian Federation shall:
(a) designate, with the consent of the State Duma, the Head of the Government of the Russian Federation;
Therefore, the President is forced to seek a “compromise person” who suits both the Western lobby in the State Duma and him. That’s why the President is unable to form a COMPLETE management team, so that there are “Fursenkos”, “Livanovs”, “Serdyukovs” etc.
Lobbyists in the Duma push into the government “their own people” using paragraph (a) of article 83 of the Constitution of Russia
3. The Central Bank does not allow development of Russian economy:
According to article 1 of the law on “Central Bank of the Russian Federation (Bank of Russia)”:
“The functions and powers stipulated by the Constitution of the Russian Federation and the present Federal law, the Bank of Russia exercised independently from other Federal bodies of state power, bodies of state power of subjects of the Russian Federation and bodies of local self-government”
Thus, the Central Bank is not subject to state authority at all, and operates at its own discretion.
In accordance with article 83g of the Constitution of Russia:
The President Of The Russian Federation:
g) presents to the State Duma a candidate for appointment to the post of Chairman of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation; puts before the State Duma the issue of the dismissal of the Chairman of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation;
Therefore, the President is not authorized to appoint the Chairman of the Central Bank of Russia.
You might ask: “And how does the Central Bank influence the development of the Russian economy?”
Russia’s Central Bank manages monetary policy. The Bank sets its KEY INTEREST RATE, which DIRECTLY affects the PERCENTAGE on credits.
The logic is simple – in the U.S. and the EU, at the credit rate of 0.25%, the business gets a credit at 5-6% per annum, thereby quickly evolving.
And in our country, at the rate of 7.5% one may receive a loan at 15-17%, with which one can barely survive.
But the President has no authority to remove the head of the Central Bank and change monetary policy.
The Central Bank is not subject to the state, according to article 75 of the Constitution of Russia
Above were given three facts of lack of full sovereignty from Russia.
But why the President is not able to restore the sovereignty of Russia?
According to article 135 of the Constitution of Russia:
1. The provisions of chapters 1, 2 and 9 of the Constitution of the Russian Federation may not be revised by the Federal Assembly.
2. If the proposal to revise the provisions of chapters 1, 2 and 9 of the Constitution of the Russian Federation is supported by a three-fifths vote of the total number of members of the Federation Council and State Duma deputies, in accordance with the Federal constitutional law a Constitutional Convention shall be convened.
3. The Constitutional Convention shall either confirm the immutability of the Constitution of the Russian Federation, or develop a draft of the new Constitution of the Russian Federation, which is adopted by the constituent Assembly by two-thirds vote of all its members or is SUBMITTED TO A POPULAR VOTE. When holding a POPULAR VOTE, the Constitution of the Russian Federation shall be considered adopted if it receives votes of more than half of those who took participation in voting, provided that it is attended by more than half of the eligible voters.
Thus, NATIONWIDE REFERENDUM IS NECESSARY, which will allow CHANGE the above listed articles as well as many other anti-popular articles of the basic law.
Therefore, NOD is engaged in educating people that will allow the President based on popular support to hold a referendum to change the Constitution.
Thanks for your clarifications.
Do you have any opinion as to the validity of a post I made above? It seems to confirm the direction and timing that Putin is taking. It seems to me that at long last VV has the necessary popular support to wrest control of the RCB from foreign concerns.
Putin´s Confidant: Putin to Nationalize Rothschild´s Central Bank and Purge “Collaborators” with West. “War till One Side Collapses inevitable”
I have now read the 15 December 2014 article to which you are referring, thank you, well written, and meshes with what I read elsewhere. Putin (a) nationalizing CBR and (b) purging the fifth column. Either that or disaster. Precisely the things Fyodorov, Dugin and other patriots are talking about – including the entire Zyuganov’s CPRF loyal, solid and highly principled opposition in Duma, who have been asking that for years. (Serdyukov – now gone, Kudrin – half gone, Medvedev – not yet, etc…) Impossible to assess the ratio of actual powers however, it is all quietly done behind the stage, while … “that nationality” has $$$ and is much too underhanded and cancerous for comfort. I bet on Putin from my remote vantage…
(BTW Yes, Fyodorov is a better transliteration of Фёдоров than Fedorov, “ё” is here pronounced “yo” )
Yesterday’s article “Ukraine and the Rothschild Family” ( http://www.strategic-culture.org/news/2015/03/17/ukraine-and-rothschild-family.html , in English) by Prof. Dr. Valentin Katasonov, Head of the Department of International Finances of MGIMO University in Moscow, says in part:
“… A group of large international investors buy out Ukrainian government’s securities. Franklin Templton is one of them… Franklin Templton has all the makings of a «financial vulture»… According to a recent Bloomberg report, the investment fund acts under US jurisdiction and is controlled by Rothschilds, the family known for its death grip… The Bloomberg’s information is not detailed but it allows to make the following conclusions: first, the default of Ukraine is inevitable and the credit holders are aware of this fact, second, the default will be accompanied by restructuring on tough terms unfavorable for Ukraine… …”
Nicely ties into your report of Putin’s attempt to take away Russian Central Bank from the clutches of Rothschild. An entire “family” (narrow and wide…) has its claws dug into everyone on our planet.
(1) Thus, even when rejecting President unwanted act when re-enactment, THE PRESIDENT IS OBLIGED TO SIGN IT, even if he strongly disagrees with it, or else he violates Russia’s Constitution.
——->Thus, even when President rejects an unwanted act, after re-enactment THE PRESIDENT IS OBLIGED TO SIGN IT, even if he strongly disagrees with it, or else he violates Russia’s Constitution.
(2) the Bank of Russia exercised ——-> the Bank of Russia exercises
(3) Above were given three facts of lack of full sovereignty from Russia. ——-> Above were given three facts of lack of full sovereignty of Russia.
@ The Saker,
Thank you so much for posting this.
I so enjoy always listening to Mr. Fedorov.
From Fort Russ.It appears Kiev has again chosen war.Good,lets end this ,this time and finish the junta for good:
“Mikhail Ryabov for Politnavigator:
Verkhovnaya Rada rejected the Minsk agreements, promising a storm of Donetsk
The Verkhovna Rada after a day of backroom negotiations on Tuesday night voted in favor of a resolution on Donbass. In fact, the documents violate the Minsk agreement. Firstly, the Ukrainian side has already failed the deadline for the adoption of laws. Secondly, MPs rejected the dialogue between Kiev and DPR and LPR, declaring the Republics – “occupied territories”. Thirdly, the Ukrainian Parliament appealed to the UN Security Council with a proposal for the deployment of a peacekeeping mission, which is opposed by the militia. Moreover, the representatives of Peter Poroshenko had promised that the army will eventually bring Ukrainian order to Donetsk and Lugansk.
“We can negotiate only when Donetsk and Luhansk oblasts hold elections under the full control of the Ukrainian government – not under the supervision of the Yakut tanks and Chechen snipers. It is therefore not surprising that since the morning the leaders of the terrorist groups are screaming that these laws undermine the negotiations,” – declared Deputy Speaker Andrey Paruby.
[Who should talk about snipers! So the counteroffer is – to negotiate with themselves – KR]
He was supported by the MP-commander Andrew Teteryuk. According to him, Kiev will agree to the elections in Donetsk and Luhansk, only when “all the fighters, all equipment, all Russian mercenaries leave the territory, and the process of renewal of life on our Ukrainian lands will begin”.
The only one who tried to protest, was the deputy Yuriy Voropayev from the Opposition Bloc.
“These laws ask one side to capitulate, and only after that projects that provide special conditions will be considered. More precisely, these are just instructions for the Cabinet of Ministers to prepare special conditions. We cannot vote on this bill, it will reject the peace,” – said Voropaev.
“What party do you represent in the Parliament? The other side are Putin’s occupants! The occupier will be forced to capitulate, or will be destroyed by the Ukrainian army! Don’t listen to the militants, the State Duma, don’t be afraid to vote for Ukraine!” – said Paruby.
“No special status or authority, not provided for in the Constitution,” – confirmed speaker Vladimir Groysman. According to him, the task now for the Ukrainian side is “to free from the clutches of the aggressor, the aggressor and terrorist,” Donetsk and Lugansk.
“These laws are not for Putin, not for Europe or America, but for Ukraine and its future. They lead not to the battle for the ruins of our land, but to a future resumption of sovereignty on the territory that is temporarily controlled by the rebels and the Russian army.
They provide the possibility of elections then and only then, when the Ukrainian army and the Ukrainian state will bring the Ukrainian flag, the Ukrainian parties and laws to this territory, when there will be Ukrainian parties, the police, the CEC. The laws do not give any concessions to the terrorists,” – said the deputy Yury Lutsenko, the head of the faction of the Poroshenko Bloc.
Oleg Lyashko and Yulia Tymoshenko stated that they will not even vote for the laws in this form.
“They propose to implement what was signed in Minsk… Read the Minsk agreement: “until the end of 2015 – the establishment of a special status for Donbass”! Crimea already had a special status!” said Lyashko.
Yulia Tymoshenko also rejected any dialogue with the LPR and DPR. In her opinion, otherwise at the elections in Donetsk and Lugansk “will be selected the people whose hands are covered in blood, who killed Ukrainians. Does anyone have any doubts, which judges and prosecutors they will agree on for the Ukrainian authorities to confirm?”
The vote in the Verkhovnaya Rada has already received a sharp reaction from Moscow. Russian political analyst Alexey Chesnakov stated that Peter Poroshenko violated the Minsk agreement.
“Today in Parliament – another circus. Poroshenko and company are playing that part of the coalition does not want to vote for a resolution defining the boundaries of special areas. Blatantly lying, in order to then lie to the Germans, the French and us, that the voting was difficult and their option is the maximum, that can be achieved from the Rada”, – said the expert.
to conquer something 6 columns are needed: one from each side of the world, fifth inside and sixth – the poeple inside doing nothing.
For me everything he says Evgeny Alexeevich seems very reasonable and it is right that is how they organize everything from long ago.
As it seems is inevitable that these rallies continue playing over and over again and they are organized so well, should be organized also on the opposite side.
If those “redcaps” are going to be the agitators who will move the crowd and are so visible, why not try to “neutralize” them somehow? I am not referring to anything that has to do the police or anyone officially, but has to be a civil action organized by advocacy groups of Russian nation such as this of Evgeny and others. This action would be a kind of football marking or rugby tackle executed by several people per “redcap”. All peacefully, quietly. Must be tested with comrades.
On the other hand, if Ilya Ponomarev will be the “Russian Yatseniuk”, why not inform the public about the “life and miracles” of this “character”? When I say “life and miracles” I mean what has he done in his life, his resume, what his income is, how much money has in the bank and how much property has and if this can be justified by his work. I’m sure something will not square, especially seeing the little trips he makes to Washington to make presentations on changing power in Russia, his inputs and outputs of the US embassy in Moscow and the bag of money he had Goncharenko other day only for a day trip. If I were a Russian taxpayer would want to know everything about Ilya Ponomarev, how he lives and if he likes luxury.
Here in Spain, members of Podemos, formation postulated in the polls as the winner of the upcoming elections, have done an exercise in transparency by making public their income, bank statements and property. This should be mandatory for any candidate for public office.
With the Sigint that Russia has one can be sure that any meaningful conversation between the US Moscow Embassy and the Homeland as well as with local Russian 5th column agitators is monitored absolutely.
Better the enemy you know.
That Russian defense forces can jam NATO Aegis systems in the Black Sea and Eastern
Mediteranean must lead one to believe that US Embassies cause no eavesdropping problems.
Good to see Evgeny Fedorov getting air time on the Vineyard. There are more of his videos on the New Insight Youtube page.
On the photograph shown right after the 6th minute the same red capuchoned agents provocateurs are visible on Crimea beginning at 9:30 here: http://www.liveleak.com/view?i=20f_1426796540
Have you seen the latest Evgeny Federov video: