The Russian leader had some very candid comments about the state of Western democracies, bound as they are by the liberal idea, which Putin says has “outlived its purpose.” Continue reading Vladimir Putin Slams ‘Obsolete Liberalism’
Days before the meeting this week between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Ankara, the press in both countries was busy discussing the potential issues on the agenda: Syria, the Iraqi Kurdistan independence referendum, Turkey’s purchase of Russia’s S-400 defense system and — last, but very important to Turkey — Russia’s embargo on Turkish tomatoes. Continue reading Putin, Erdogan Emerge All Smiles from Ankara Meeting
The Russia sanctions bill that passed the US Senate by 98:2 on June 15 is a bombshell; it directly demonizes the Nord Stream 2 pipeline, under the Baltic Sea, which is bound to double Gazprom’s energy capacity to supply gas to Europe. Continue reading Washington and Berlin on a Collision Course
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
Vladimir Putin virtually said this, in response to a concern raised about the “suffocating” encirclement of NATO around Russia’s border.
The two strongmen finally met at the APEC Summit in Peru.
This is just a prelude to the formal reestablishing of stronger Philippine-Russia diplomatic ties when President Duterte visits Russia before the year ends.
Only a few weeks ago, Vladimir Putin admitted that he’s too young to retire yet, and has recently expressed his unwavering opposition to any “attempts at disrupting the strategic balance around the world,” in what could be his and the Russian people’s continuing defiance to Khazarian threats worldwide.
When we posted the article about the St. Petersburg International Economic Forum [SPIEF] held in Russia, we focused more on the positive economic implications for its participants. But within the welcome speech by its host, Vladimir Putin, a dire situation was described and put into the world stage so that everybody understands that a slight mistake by Western leaders would mean an extinction level event.
Putin’s leadership is unequaled around the world. He deals in black and white whether in domestic front, as well as in international affairs.
In a show of magnanimity and tactical wisdom, Russian President Vladimir Putin orders Russian Forces in Syria to start returning home after delivering 9,000 air sorties which saw the devastation of Daesh positions, arms depots, miles long oil tanker convoys, and the freeing of at least 400 towns and cities.
Today is the first day of the Syrian ceasefire with legitimate oppositions only.
To make sure that the UN-endorsed cessation of hostilities be effective, a coordinating center is being established at the Hmeymim airbase where the Russians are launching their regular air sorties against ISIS.
The year 2015 will come out as the most pivotal year for humanity. This is the year when geopolitical rhetoric were translated into decisive actions and the once covert and hybrid World War 3 has come out in the open for all the world to see.
We have been annoyed at the successive barrages of shooting drama in parallel with actual militarized police exercises showcasing lone nuts, Islamist characters, punctuated by mainstream media nutheads’ idiotic tampering of the “crime scene.”
There are countless evidence of the direct involvement of Western countries on the rapid rise of the Islamic State or ISIS terror group. Aside from directly airdropping material support to the terrorist group, the West are also facilitating the selling of oil from ISIS occupied oil fields in Syria and Northern Iraq.
A video captures the two leaders having a serious talk in one corner during a recess in in the ongoing G20 Summit and BRICS meeting in Turkey.
There were already suspicions as to the deliberate manipulation on the schedule of the Pope’s “climate change” speech to coincide with China’s Xi tour schedule. It’s obvious that the Reformists are not in full control of the United Nations at this point in time.
On Monday, September 28, Russia President Vladimir Putin is planning a one-day trip to New York City to take part in the 70th session of the UN General Assembly, exactly 10 years after his previous speech there.
A good leader is very hard to come by. With the approaching US presidential elections, we are not seeing anyone coming out as having the same potential and caliber as the current leader of Russia.
This is how Putin is helping the Greeks in concrete and “no string attached” terms.
Mainstream accounts of our history are already distorted and we are only beginning to learn the real story. Presently, there are also flagrant attempts to discredit the almost unilateral contribution of the Russians to the downfall of the Nazi expansionist regime late in the 1930s and onward.
Military exercises are an everyday business nowadays. But it doesn’t mean that these people are just playing games. The warmongers are beating the drums and NATO forces are marching towards the gates of Mother Russia.
The “resurrected” Putin is not taking things lightly.
Some of our guests are worried about a wild rumor that’s been circulating since last week about the death of Vladimir Putin.
Our sources have not confirmed that such an incident ever took place. They don’t even want to entertain the idea.
Even Russian opposition camp doesn’t believe Putin ordered the assassination of its leader Boris Nemtsov. It even expressed alarm at the speed at which the Ukrainian crisis is being brought inside Russia itself.
It wouldn’t surprise us should this killing be blamed on Putin. Until recently, Putin enjoys at least 80% Russian population popularity. There simply is no motivation to eliminate political enemies at this time.
He should know. He comes from the intelligence community. And so far, all he’s done is being effective at his strategies in Ukraine, Syria and Crimea.
In deep contrast, the other side is so notorious for launching false flag operations when checkmated.
Well, the Minsk Peace Talks 2.0 was another checkmate for the CIA, right?
The ex-MI6 Chief has advised the West to learn to accept the reality of Putin. This advice may have some wisdom in it.
A sizable majority of Russians don’t view Putin as the cause of its current economic “downturn”. Instead, they are fully aware why the West is resorting to economic sanctions, i.e. to pin their country down and force a regime change.
As expected, the promised explosive presentation by Poroshenko didn’t make it to the screen. He came to the negotiation with nothing to bargain with. Worse, the BBC, in an attempt to redeem itself at this late hour, has finally aired the truth about the false flag shooting of policemen and Maidan protesters more than a year ago which was used by the West to justify its removal of Yanukovich from power. Continue reading Everybody’s Happy After Minsk Talk 2.0 Except Poroshenko
There’s an interesting report aired on CNN the other day. Obama is said to be considering beefing up “pro-US troops” in Ukraine by sending in lethal support.
By Aleksandr Zakharchenko
Translated from Russian by J.Hawk for FortRuss
If one is to speak without geopolitical complexities and nuances, the situation is extremely simple. This is a battle for the continent, for the international system, for one’s own taiga. They are desperately attacking us and are trying to take us down quickly. They use all means at their disposal, except for direct military intervention on Russia’s territory. They are destroying Russians outside their boarders, are raising foreign legions in order to invade the country. The West undertook to destroy us for the simple reason it is trying to avert its own destruction. The main factors are the destruction of the economy and of the political authorities of Russia.
Continue reading When the Word Comes “It’s time”