July 8th, 2017 by Scott Humor and Baaz Family photo at G20 Germany tried to place Trump at the end of the line, but Macron jumped in and saved the moment. Family photo #G20Germany tried to place Trump at the end of the line :)Good boy Macron jumped in, saved the momenthttps://t.co/G66lDkZUfk pic.twitter.com/yCURL4s3lq — Scott's Humor (@ScottsHumor) July 7, 2017 Emmanuel Macron jostled his way to the front of
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The following is a translation/ interpretation of Cat Motya posts regarding the issue of management of Mecca. Please, keep in mind that in Russian classic literature, folklore and fairytales, cats are learned and wise creature whose main duty is to tell tales about life in faraway lands. Take, for example, Alesander Pushkin’s poem, Ruslan and Ludmila. The story of their love was told to Pushkin by a learned cat. That
President Putin answers to journalists’ questions following the Direct Line on April14th 2016 Vladimir Putin met with journalists and answered their questions following the Direct Line. April 14th, 2016 Question: Was it not daunting to face so many serious problems and pressing questions? President of Russia Vladimir Putin: No. Question: Why do you say that? Vladimir Putin: This is my work, what my colleagues and I are expected to do. You can’t hide from serious questions, because if you try to put
Catherine Austin Fitts interviews the Saker for the Solari Report: Russia and Global Geopolitics with the Saker
Dear friends, Last month I have had the real pleasure to have a one hour long conversation with Catherine Austin Fitts, the president of Solari, Inc., the publisher of The Solari Report and managing member of Solari Investment Advisory Services. Normally, the Catherine’s interviews are for subscribers only, but she has kindly agreed to make it available for free to our community. This was the first time I had granted
by Ivan Lizan for Odnako Source: Три фронта для России: как Вашингтон раздует пламя хаоса в Средней Азии Translated by Robin U.S. Gen. “Ben” Hodges’ statement that within four or five years Russia could develop the capability to wage war simultaneously on three fronts is not only an acknowledgment of the Russian Federation’s growing military potential but also a promise that Washington will obligingly ensure that all three fronts
Yesterday, I watched with interest a talkshow called “The Right to Know” which featured an hour long interview with Sergei Lavrov (those who understand Russian can watch it here). It was an interesting exchange between Lavrov and five Russian reporters. It was not important enough to warrant translating it all into English, but I want to share with you something which I had noticed in the past but which was