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Black velvet • 5 years ago

Today .75 years anniversary of the Stalingrad victory.The people won and will win again against the Nazi-aglo Zionism -and the NWO.

The ghost of Byzantines • 5 years ago

Вперед Россия

Иосиф Сталин • 5 years ago
franz kafka • 5 years ago

One good turn deserves another. This too is why Russia will win against the Fourth Reich (same as the Third Reich).

When we were at war - Kuban Cossack Choir (2014) - YouTube

Manimal • 5 years ago

And yet, there are still openly fascist states in euzombiestan... Like yours.

Helen B • 5 years ago

Nazi Anglo Zionism? Hello? You've managed to put directly opposing forces into one caption ...
The Germans under Adolph Hitler were anti NWO and anti-Zionism.
The Bolsheviks were Zionist NWO fans.
Stalin was a NWO fan, but wanted the centre of control to be Moscow. Stalin wanted to conquer Europe. He invaded the Baltics and Finland .(ignored by the Allies) ... and it was his aggression amassing on the German border that brought the German invasion on the Russian people, and it was only with the aid of the US supplying arms that the USSR managed to defeat the German forces. Of the 90,000 Germans taken prisoner, only 6,000 returned to Germany.
How many Russians died because they were forced to keep fighting? I hate to think.
How is ANY of this mess worth celebrating?

Regula • 5 years ago

Most celebrations of war events celebrate the victory and sacrifice of the people to correct the mistakes of their leaders.

NATO Troll • 5 years ago

The US Has Just Delivered a Massive Blow to Russia's 5th Column Power Elite...
Now decide where will you keep your money.

Black velvet • 5 years ago

Saker``For years now I have explained that the real opposition to Putin is a) inside the ruling elites, including the Presidential Administration and the Government and b) big money: banks, oligarchs, etc.``
Twenty years in power and not cleaned up the fifth column. Why? Or he is a useless coward or he is a Yeltsin's successor with a pseudo patriotic profile to outsmart the Russian public opinion. If was a real patriotic leader and not a opposition to the NWO, he should
1. As he has high popularity will change the Yeltsin's colonial constitution written by American lawmakers.,with a referendum.
2. Nationalisation the Rothschilds Russian central Bank.
3. Establishment the golden ruble.
4. The foundation of spiritual and moral values: Conscience and Justice. The spiritual is higher than the material. Total above personal. Justice is above the law. Service is above possession.
5. Russia's internal goals are to improve the quality of life and create conditions on the principles of social justice to disclose the creative potential of each person and the entire Russian society.
6. The economic system of Russia: state strategic planning - a real economy - a variety of forms of ownership in the priority of public and public property. The prohibition of usury, the the formation of a sovereign national credit and financial system. Labor is the foundation of the well-being and social status of a citizen. Natural wealth, including the territory, and the resources created by our ancestors are the public property and heritage of our descendants.
7. Change the passive Russian foreign policy.

Adam Kafei • 5 years ago

Given how many other things Putin has done in Russia's national interest, I'd suggest that if he considered these in the national interest, he'd have done them but lets take a look.

1: If it's not broken, don't fix it, clearly Putin and/or enough people in the Russian government consider that the existing constitution works and that to rewrite it and every law written in the last 20 years based on it would take excessive time and effort for little pay off.

2: We've seen what happens to countries that do this sort of thing and Russia has no interest in being invaded, better to wait for the Rothschild clan to collapse and then make it look like you're doing them a favour by buying it back.

3: I'm not sure what you mean by "the golden ruble", a quick google search returns nothing either.

4: It seems to me that the Russian church has taken up this job.

5: Without the "social justice" (which if the west is anything to go by, I hope the Russians never have to suffer) they are doing that, they were talking a little while back about special educational programs to give people an outlet for creativity in areas that haven't had the opportunity before.
Quality of life has also risen significantly since the fall of the Soviet Union and as the national debt is further reduced more money is freed up to spend on that in the future but you have to consider that Russia took on most (if not all) the financial fallout of the Soviet Union and thus had to focus on offsetting that first.

6: State management of the economy has been seen to fail when put under stress, just as management of the economy by banks has been seen to fail when they aren't properly regulated.
With that said, the creation of a state financial system for credit/debit transactions internally is a good idea but state ownership of the majority of industry and finance is not a good idea, leave that to properly regulated private entities and then tax them, that way if losses occur then it's not the state that loses money. When deciding whether or not to run something using state money you have to ask the question of how much money you are prepared to lose from your annual budget because you can't tax state expenditure.

7: Russia doesn't have the resources, the inclination or a reason to change the foreign policy that has worked so well for them, the US also provides an excellent example of interventionism that gets very costly and buys very few friends. Russia on the other hand, while she lacks true friends has a lot of respect around the world from states and peoples alike and not just for her military capability (which is a relatively recent consideration on the world stage, thanks to Syria) but also for the capability of her diplomats and politicians to be reasonable and considerate.

Black velvet • 5 years ago


According to the Russian constitution, the Russian central bank is independent.That is the main reason (that`s the Saker in the above article called the fifth column)that Russia, not development according to its abilities (high rates etc)Elvira Nabiullina the head of RCB sabotage the Russian economy.
You compare the today's Russian economy with the Yeltsin's era and not with the Soviet economy which the standard of life was much higher than today. The losses inflicted on Russia by her own "elite," stooges of their partners, in the 1990s, were comparable to the losses caused by World War II. Yet, after the 1990s, no Nuremberg trials and no criminal responsibility were sought or established. This was one of the reasons behind the Putin-Medvedev tandem. Moreover, the Soviet Union won in World War II. In 1989- and onwards, Russia lost. Thus, instead of the "winners' justice," Russia was inflicted with the injustice meted to the defeated.
About Putin's hesitation and passivity, in the foreign and defence policies
On Putin watch, NATO has encroached on to Russia border. Has Troops positioned all along it from the Baltic to the Black Sea?

On Putin watch US has deployed land base Cruise Missiles AEGIS in Romania in direct contravention of a historic non-proliferation treaty signed by Regan and Gorbachev.

On Putin watch US deployed THAAD in South Korea that now puts all Russia far Eastern Bases on US radar.

On Putin watch US financed a coup in Ukraine. A coup in which thousands of ethnic Russian were brutally murdered by Nazis. Many Russians were beaten to death and set on Fire and thrown from windows in Odessa. Putin did nothing. His only notable involvement in Ukraine was to seek safe passage out of the Delatseve cauldron for US/NATO mercenaries surrounded by DPR forces.

In Syria how many times has Russia been on the brink of defeating ISIS only to hurriedly declare their mission a success and go home? Strange behavior don’t you think. Even stranger behavior from Putin was when the FSB located the Israeli/US/NATO ISIS command center in Allepo.Putin generals wanted to level the building. He refused them permission. A few weeks later he purged his own Generals. Guess who was in that purge?
PS Golden ruble is the connection ruble with the gold.I BELIEVE that the time is against Russia and there is no time for long term games ect,I consider all these excuses for someone who no dare to react.

Adam Kafei • 5 years ago

One can't sensibly compare the Russian economy today against the Soviet economy at it's height, they are two completely different entities in two very different times. From what I'm reading, the Russian economy is doing well in spite (or perhaps in thanks) of the the sanctions with several items previously imported now being manufactured in Russia and I should expect further developed allowing Russia to further develop it's technological standards.

With regard to foreign policy, Russia couldn't afford a war when NATO was expanding, it didn't have the money, the manpower or the friends to fight America and it's vassals, one could argue that Russia still doesn't although with China at her back it would be less of a steamroll.
This has been the basic principle behind virtually every foreign action by Russia since the collapse of the Soviet Union, to avoid war and to sidestep it when America pushes for it.

America doesn't care about treaties and without an open war or a credible threat of it America will continue to disregard treaties it doesn't like. What Russia can and appears to be doing about this (and America's radar coverage) is to deny America access, it's all well and good having knowledge of the positioning of all the world's military assets but if you don't have the tools to deal with them, that information is worthless.

You know as well as I do, if Russia had marched on Kiev it would have given NATO the excuse it needed for a war with Russia, without would have posed an existential threat to one party and nobody wins in a nuclear exchange.

I do however agree that Russia has prematurely declared victory over ISIS in Syria. ISIS should hold no territory before a military victory is declared. That said, if you're going to pedal a narrative that Russia is under threat, then it makes sense to keep as much of your military at home as is possible without compromising foreign ventures.
It also makes sense to not level the NATO-ISIS command centre when you have an agreement (however iffy) to not attack positions of the other signatories. I don't however follow events in Russian politics closely enough to comment on the point regarding generals.

I also agree with the idea of backing the currency with gold (thanks for the clarification on that), although it could be that they want the currency to remain relatively weak to encourage foreign partners to buy from them.

Finally, I both agree and disagree that time is against Russia, on the one hand, every day the Americans grow more desperate for a war to prop up their economy. On the other, Russia is growing stronger militarily and financially by the day, developing new weapon systems that are more successful than their American counterparts, further, America's economy is looking at the possibility of collapse if it continues in it's present orientation. Therefore, I would suggest that Russia should continue to play the long game but to be prepared for a major war in the short term.

wilmers13 • 5 years ago

I think that's what they are doing.

America's capacity to engineer new wars may be reducing. When people look around they will see how the former military men are treated. Higher unemployment, more opiod addicted, more homeless, more suicides.

The penny will drop at some stage that enlisting is throwing your life to the dogs, and mothers may well talk many out of it. In the UK recruitment is already going down!!!

Kurt Romer • 5 years ago

Very nice analysis.

Paw • 5 years ago

Well , some people for many years keep warning, that after all , there are some and must be , if you read and if there is a little truth what Saker informs ,must be groups of Russians spies , wreckers and saboteurs in USA.
And they acts.As well.

elsi • 5 years ago

"Putin generals wanted to level the building. He refused them
permission. A few weeks later he purged his own Generals. Guess who was
in that purge?"

No idea, who?

Kjell • 5 years ago

The short version of your model is EU. Everything shall be regulated to protect water, frogs, wildlife, equality, security, climate, health, religion, sexlife, quietness after 11 o'clock, traffic security, no-smoking, respect for politicans, fighting racism and nazism, promote immigration to Europa and development in Africa ... a never ending list also farmers / restaurant owners have to follow to keep their "farmer licence" / "cafe license".
Any religion should promote equality and tolerance and respect for animal life ... to be accepted as official religion, otherwise fined for "discrimination"
(In case of Byzantines rules it will include rules about Jewish ownership of shares, when that is allowed or not)

- 5. Russia's internal goals are to improve the quality of life and create conditions on the principles of social justice to disclose the creative potential of each person and the entire Russian society.

The goal of Trump is to get rid of state officials - using logic tax rules do not contribute, but strangulate business
Putin will be in same camp - create economic growth. Less rules -> a better world

- So you invented a battery that last twice as long
- Yes
- And how does that improve female emanticiparion?
- Female emanticiparion??
- Yes
- That is not our business
- Don't you have a female emanticiparion policy in "battery business"?
- No
- That we have to correct

Serg Derbst • 5 years ago

You want the Soviet Union back, don't you?

Black velvet • 5 years ago

A really second pole to the Anglo- Zionist hegemony.That`s i want

Le Rusé • 5 years ago

Not the Judaic Soviet Union, but a Russian would be appreciated ?

wilmers13 • 5 years ago

Most people have a sense of grief when they lose something. There are still some Germans who want the Eastern parts back. Palestinians despise Germans who refuse to become violent and say good luck to the Poles and Russians.

But in the cold hard light of the day prickly Ukrainians, Baltic peoples, and - stan inhabitants are not assets when you do the cost/benefit analysis. Russia has enough enough land.

The NWO, also called Wolfowitz Doctrine or Full Spectrum Dominance, aims for an American power monopoly.

An American power monopoly is not to everyone's liking and it would also create global instability because the 4.3 % of global population = Americans cannot rule the other 95.7 %. Nobody should tolerate that such a small minority should try to dominate the majority because that is bound to fall in a heap.

franz kafka • 5 years ago

I do. But with a Tsar. The Soviet Union is the Russian Empire. It never went away. And now it may just have some scores to settle.

NATO Troll • 5 years ago

@ Serg - He ( Byzantines ) is agent provocateur, paid by Williams Brewder.

Serg Derbst • 5 years ago

Excuse my ignorance, but who is Williams Brewder?

NATO Troll • 5 years ago

William Felix Browder is an American-born British financier. He is the CEO and co-founder of the Hermitage Capital Management, an investment fund that at one time was the largest foreign portfolio investor in Russia. Wikipedia
Fuc***those names....nobody can spell my name too.........

franz kafka • 5 years ago

He is the chief instigator of Cold War 2,0 (AKA The Magnitsky Act) in which he covers up his financial and other crimes by weaving jewish tall-tales about his character and his history.

Serg Derbst • 5 years ago

I see. But I more have the impression that Byzantines is of the nostalgic Russian creed who also hate Putin. I consider him more of a fan of Igor Strelkov, because his arguments remember of those at the time when the Ukie-war against Donbass was still burning high.

Le Rusé • 5 years ago

Yes agree with you ! 100%.......

Holy Russia • 5 years ago

Putin ensured that, indeed, no radical/politically “deviant” Russian
politician would come to power in post-Soviet Russia,

AM Hants • 5 years ago

What ruined the article for me, was the mention of 5th Column, inside the Kremlin and Prime Minister Medvedev. He has been with President Putin, since their time at St Petersburg Univeristy. In fact, there is so much trust betweenthe two men, that they agreed that one of them could take over the Presidency, in order for the other to come back. Now that takes serious trust. Gordon Brown and Blair tried to come up with the same deal, but, look how that worked out. I wonder if John Smith did die of a natural heart attack or were other factors involved?

At the end of the day, President Putin cleaned out the oligarchs and those loyal to Russia and became good citizens stayed. Those, who could not do that, went to live in exile. So if they lose their money, then it only strengthens those that remained true to their nation. The Kremlin will lose no sleep.

Has anybody seen the latest ravings from insane US Generals, over in Washington DC?

How did 'Mad Dog' make his name? Many end up in Death Row, with the same qualities, than an US General of dubious character.

Mattis to Lawmakers at GOP Retreat: ‘I Need to Make the Military More Lethal’... http://www.breitbart.com/bi...

Rollo10 • 5 years ago

" I wonder if John Smith did die of a natural heart attack or were other factors involved?"
Probably taken out with #8 > https://youtu.be/4oPluex8tds as was Robin Cook. Funny he died just after making this statement.
“The truth is, there is no Islamic army or terrorist group called Al-Qaeda, and any informed intelligence officer knows this. But, there is a propaganda campaign to make the public believe in the presence of an intensified entity representing the ‘devil’ only in order to drive TV watchers to accept a unified international leadership for a war against terrorism. The country behind this propaganda is the United States and the lobbyists for the US war on terrorism are only interested in making money.” – Former British Foreign Secretary, Robin Cook - 4 weeks after making this statement, he was dead?

There was an overly larger number of people on the mountain, were cell phone coverage is very weak. Fortunately one of them had a 'satelite phone'?

AM Hants • 5 years ago

I voted for the other side and had no time for Cook or Galloway. However, now find myself respecting Robin Cook and finding George Galloway, is one of the few politicians that I actually trust and enjoy listening to. Atthe time, I did believe John Smith died from natural causes, now, they wanted a change of leadership and it did not matter who got in the way. With Smith in charge, it would not have been so easy to move out 'grey man' Major.

Rollo10 • 5 years ago

Yes, they are afraid of Gallaway because he speaks the truth, which is why they are always hanging the 'antisemitism' label on him. Similar can be said of Corbyn, who is not shy in admitting he supports the Palestinians. The last thing they need is a left wing Government, look how they treat Greece, Spain, Portugal and now Poland with their 'left' leaders. Smith was to left wing for them, just as Corbyn is and Cook could have become leader instead of Miliband. http://www.shaphan.typepad.... this is a decent read, asks the right questions.
Here's the 'meeting' were Cook made his remark; http://www.collective-evolu... - some truth spoken here.

mark • 5 years ago

Corbyn asked for enquiries into 9/11, VIP Paedo rings, and Israel's nuclear programme.
A protracted, unsuccessful "anti Semitism" campaign followed, but the Kosher Nostra didn't manage to get rid of him, even if this was supported by 80% of the Red Tory Labour MPs.

AM Hants • 5 years ago

Thanks for the link.

Peter Jennings • 5 years ago

Robin Cook and George Galloway, both fine politicians who had the balls to say no. Also Claire Short is another fine example who took her role seriously and couldn't be bought.

IMO, we haven't heard the last from John Smith. In the light of what followed on, and the treachery of bliar, nothing stretches the imagination.

You can call me Al • 5 years ago

PS I am putting my old picture back

AM Hants • 5 years ago

I like saxophones. Will you be reverting back to red tick?

You can call me Al • 5 years ago

I told you before, "for you my girl, you ca call me Bob or anything you want". Oh vey !!.

AM Hants • 5 years ago


You can call me Al • 5 years ago

Nice video thanks.

AM Hants • 5 years ago

Just listening to the video and well worth viewing. Thank you.

Serg Derbst • 5 years ago

Yea, The Saker always had "a knack" for Medvedev. I never quite understood, because according to my own observation, he has changed positions after the Ukraine debacle. But since my Russian is limited to a couple of minor phrases and swear words, I can only follow Russian politics from the surface.

andrew • 5 years ago

Yes, you are right. Many in Russia (including me) do not like Medvedev, but not because he is a "traitor" or "Atlantic Integrationist". He has no talents of Putin - an absolutely accurate understanding of what is happening and the sense of time.
He is an ordinary mediocre politician who thinks a lot about how he looks and often makes wrong assessment of the situation. And after some time he realizes that he has done something stupid.

P.S. you mentioned familiarity with swear words, almost literary word "мудак" is quite well suited for this case.)

Serg Derbst • 5 years ago

I still can't shake the thought that Trump might just be a brilliant and canny politician. Steve Bannon, his mentor during the election campaign, once said in an interview (if only I could find it again) that to bring down the US empire one has to ignite a major crisis to have it crash and burn. Everything the Trump administration has done so far served only to isolate the US and to alienate its so-called "allies" in Europe and Asia, like Germany, France, Japan, or South Korea. I absolutely agree with The Saker that the neocons, fake-Jews, the Hitlery Democrats, media pundits, and technocrats of the three-letter-agencies are stupid beyond recognition, so they might not get it, but maybe - just maybe - Trump is really aiming to destroy the US empire without directly confronting his adversaries, but instead luring them into a political trap?

I really don't know, but I just find it hard to believe that someone could do so much stupid stuff, when the results are constantly the opposite. Be that as it may, I am cheering for Trump because of this.

tom • 5 years ago

Moreover, you don't have to be all that brilliant to shine like Sirius in a place like Washington.

Even the people who have high IQs and good education are blinded and handcuffed by their ideology.

Peter Jennings • 5 years ago

Maybe Trump has given way to neocon party spoilt demands for yet more jelly, until they are all sick as dogs.
The US hasn't needed its people so much for a long time. Not only has Trump fought against a corrupt political system, he also faces a deceitful media empire, a bush cia empire that has already taken care of one president, an fbi who have forgotten their job description, a two-tier preferential judicial system, a MIC empire addicted to cash and conflict anywhere in the world and a congress full of spoilt children.
Here's hoping for the best.

WizOz • 5 years ago

You may be right. Trump's MAGA may be actually a short for 'isolationism'.
I have difficulties to shake off the nagging feeling that the real 'conveyor belt' of 'Russian influence' is no other than the Kushners. Their sudden 'conversion' to Chabad may be the perfect cover for that. The present Chief Rabbi of Russia, Shlomo Dovber Pinchas Lazar (born May 19, 1964 in Milan, Italy), better known as Berel Lazar, an Italian Jewish Orthodox, Chabad-Lubavitch Hasidic rabbi is an intimate friend of Vladimir Putin, "Putin's Rabbi"!

You think that's fantasy? Think twice:
"Chabad of Port Washington, a Jewish community center on Long Island’s Manhasset Bay, sits in a squat brick edifice across from a Shell gas station and a strip mall. The center is an unexceptional building on an unexceptional street, save for one thing: Some of the shortest routes between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin run straight through it...
Two decades ago, as the Russian president set about consolidating power on one side of the world, he embarked on a project to supplant his country’s existing Jewish civil society and replace it with a parallel structure loyal to him. On the other side of the world, the brash Manhattan developer was working to get a piece of the massive flows of capital that were fleeing the former Soviet Union in search of stable assets in the West, especially real estate, and seeking partners in New York with ties to the region.
Their respective ambitions led the two men—along with Trump’s future son-in-law, Jared Kushner—to build a set of close, overlapping relationships in a small world that intersects on Chabad, an international Hasidic movement most people have never heard of.
Starting in 1999, Putin enlisted two of his closest confidants, the oligarchs Lev Leviev and Roman Abramovich, who would go on to become Chabad’s biggest patrons worldwide, to create the Federation of Jewish Communities of Russia under the leadership of Chabad rabbi Berel Lazar, who would come to be known as “Putin’s rabbi.”
There is much more to it, but I can't reproduce the whole article here. You find it @https://www.politico.com/magazine/s...
CIA, FBI and other 'agencies' certainly know all that. But who would dare to take on Chabad?

franz kafka • 5 years ago

Interesting AND plausible.

Paw • 5 years ago

I believe , that Trump on many pictures looks like and his expression is similar
to The Good Soldier SCHWEIK.
Apparently he was selected with a great care.