After realizing that the US Congress’s move to allow the filing of charges against the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for its supposed role in the “terrorist” attack on New York in 2001 could be Washington DC’s way of putting the House of Saud on notice — that it, too, is not exempt from its two-faced foreign policy, and could be a future target for a regime change once it ceases to be a willing subject to systematic extortion, like what’s being done with Japan for decades right after the Second World War, the House of Saud continues to engage Russia for a possible common ground. Continue reading Saudi Arabia Switching to BRICS in Response to US Congress 911 Blackmail
With the Deep State’s desperation at all-time high, no less than Vladimir Putin is expecting more false flag attacks to come.
“It appears that the real reason why has Trump capitulated to the Deep State so quickly is the final BRICS leadership’s decision to start the dumping of the fiat dollar in matters of mutual trade and economic cooperation between the BRICS member countries.” Continue reading More False Flag Operations May Come | Vladimir Putin
Yesterday’s St. Petersburg blast which claimed 11 lives was preceded by preemptive raids on terror cells weeks and months ago. In mid-October last year alone, Russian security forces have raided and eliminated an ISIS affiliated militant cell, effectively thwarting at least three terror attacks in the southern Russia region. Continue reading St. Petersburg Blast was Preceded by Preemptive Raids on Terror Cells
When Mikael Gorbachev shook hands with Ronald Reagan to “tear down the wall,” it was with the understanding that the US would not attack Russia in any form, in the future. Continue reading Russia is Now betting on Asia Due to Perennial Western Double-Cross
Facing fierce resistance from Official Washington to a détente with Russia, President Trump has retreated publicly but continues to push ahead with more military-to-military cooperation, reports Gilbert Doctorow. Continue reading Trump’s Quiet Outreach to Russia
Though now billed as a “spymaster,” Russian Ambassador Kislyak was well known as a social butterfly, meeting a wide range of Americans, including politicians, academics and activists, which led David Swanson to this “confession.” Continue reading A Confession on Meeting a Russian | David Swanson
Speaking at the Munich Security Conference, we are told that Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov “called Saturday for an end to a world order dominated by the West and said Moscow wanted to establish a ‘pragmatic’ relationship with the United States.” Continue reading Russia Calls for Elimination of Khazarian Mafia World Order
Another reason for the possible murder of the Russian Ambassador to the UN is the entry of the Russians in the NATO-disintegrated Libya. Continue reading Russia Aiming to Reestablish Libyan State
Vladimir Putin congratulated Donald Trump on taking office and wished him every success in his work. Continue reading Putin’s Telephone Conversation with US President Donald Trump
The highly anticipated telephone call between Presidents Vladimir Putin and Donald Trump will take place on Saturday at 8 pm Moscow time (12 pm in Washington, DC). Sputnik presents what we know so far about the topics likely to be discussed by the two leaders during the historic telephone call. Continue reading What to Expect From the First Official Phone Call Between Putin & Trump
The rise of populist leaderships and alternative movements around the world have sent the perennial powers-that-be running scared, yet still unwilling to address their own failings.
Instead, they seek comfort in blaming bogeymen, something that they have gotten used to all this time. The habit has become the addiction that is effectively killing all that they represent.
Vladimir Putin uses end of year press conference to disclose his personal feelings about US President Obama and the current US administration.