Stop WW3: Financial Warfare Against Russia Escalates Drive for General War!

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  • Financial Warfare Against Russia Escalates Drive for General War! 
    by https://larouchepac.com/ 
    Open statements of economic warfare against Russia by top British and American officials have confirmed once again the recent charges by Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov that the sanctions against Russia and other measures of financial and economic warfare are part of a regime-change agenda coming from the West. Some Russian oligarchs are clearly playing into the British scenario by engaging in hyper-speculation against the ruble and flight capital.

    Lavrov had an interview yesterday with France 24 TV and was direct and explicit about how his government is viewing the sanctions:

    Q: So you’re not afraid that we could see an economic meltdown in Russia?
    Sergey Lavrov: Never. Economic meltdown could happen to a small country. It can happen even to a big country like Ukraine, and it’s basically almost there. Russia is doing…

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Office of Poofness 12-14-14… “How Great Thou Art” (or, “This is When, This Year, The Fulfillment Begins, and The Reconstruction Starts”)

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poofness_office_of_101A few highlights are below. I notice that Zap has addressed several points of the “Global Currency Reset” article posted here yesterday.

“LOOKS LIKE WE ARE ALL POISED ON THE BRINK OF FUNDS RELEASE… FUNDS ARE BEING RELEASED FOR THE PAYMENT OF HISTORIC BONDS, DINAR PLACEMENTS, AND TRADE SITUATIONS… HUMANITY WILL BEGIN TO BREATHE NOW.

“THIS IS WHEN, THIS YEAR, THE FULFILLMENT BEGINS, AND THE RECONSTRUCTION STARTS… SO, CALLING ALL THE DAVE SCHMIDTS OF THE WORLD, I AM ASSEMBLING A SHORT LIST OF GOOD PEOPLE THAT DO NOT CARE ABOUT THE MONEY, BUT DO CARE ABOUT OUR HUMANITY TO BEGIN THE PROCESS OF DISTRIBUTION OF PROJECT AND PERSONAL FUNDS THAT WILL BE LET OUT NOW.

[from the GCR article“]

[Common law, etc.] “IS NOT VERIFIED YET. THERE ARE MANY OUT THERE THAT WISH GOOD THINGS TO HAPPEN. WRITING THAT IT HAS HAPPENED AND THEN FINDING OUT THAT…

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BRICS Post 12-13-14… “US isolated, BRICS to get greater voting power at IMF”

Kauilapele's Blog

dilma_roussef_brics_conferenceThis piece goes along with another BRICS Post article which speaks about “US Congress pushes for tougher Russia sanctions“. What a contrast! BRICS countries are moving forward, and the US Congress continues to try to drag everything down by throwing around “sanction anchors”. You can tell these “cabal” types are desperate.

Even the IMF is “giving up” on any hope that the do-nothing US Congress will do anything.

I say, “Full BRICS-speed ahead!!”

“…Christine Lagarde, managing director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), said Friday that the organization is ready to discuss IMF voting reforms without the United States to give BRICS and emerging countries greater voting power.

“Lagarde said the IMF is disappointed with the US inaction to ratify the governance and quota reforms and will now move forward without Washington.”

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US isolated, BRICS to get greater voting power at IMF

Months after the formation of…

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The Golden Trap of Chess Master Vladimir Putin ~ [must read] ~ [Eng-Rus-Ita]

the real Syrian Free Press

An article definitely to be spread and read, especially by those who have not well understood the political economic and military strategy of Putin and today’s Russia. (SFP)

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“The Golden Trap of Chess Master Vladimir Putin”

By Dmitry Kalinichenko for Investcafe.ru

Accusations of the West towards Putin traditionally are based on the fact that he worked in the KGB. And therefore he is a cruel and immoral person. Putin is blamed for everything. But nobody ever accused Putin of lack of intelligence.

Any accusations against this man only emphasize his ability for quick analytical thinking and making clear and balanced political and economic decisions.

Often Western media compares this ability with the ability of a grandmaster, conducting a public chess simul. Recent developments in US economy and the West in general allow us to conclude that in this part of the assessment of Putin’s personality Western media is absolutely right.

Despite numerous success…

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South China Sea: China Refuses the Philippines Claims, Refuses International Arbitration and Refuses International Law

Peace and Freedom

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On March 29, 2014, a Chinese coast guard ship tries to intimidate a much smaller supply boat from the Philippines. China knows it is in a “David and Goliath” disagreement with the Philippines but refuses to allow the weaker nation to invoke international law.

BEIJING — Dec 7, 2014, 2:19 AM ET

China on Sunday again rejected an attempt by the Philippines to challenge its vast territorial claims over the South China Sea through international arbitration, a week before a deadline for Beijing to respond to the case.

China prefers to settle its disputes in discussions with the countries directly involved. However, after China took control of Scarborough Shoal following a tense naval standoff with the Philippines near its coastline, Manila filed a case with a tribunal operating under the U.N. Convention of the Law of the Sea. It provides a regulatory framework for…

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Putin pushes back: Beware the wounded Russian bear

Peace and Freedom

By Desmond Lachman

Contrary to what he would like us to believe, things are going very poorly for Vladimir Putin these days. Having found the West more united than he expected on the issue of sanctions against Russia, he now discovers that the bottom has fallen out of the international oil market. As if that were not enough, he also finds Europe nixing his pet Southstream gas pipeline, supposed to run under the Black Sea, which he had hoped would increase Russia’s energy stranglehold over Ukraine and the rest of Europe.

But before we indulge in too much glee over Putin’s discomfort, we should consider the all-too-real risk that when cornered, he is apt to become even more dangerous.

Russia has a long history of rulers who start armed adventures abroad to deflect attention from economic and social troubles at home. When he annexed Crimea last March, Putin appeared to…

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