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Posted 25 November 2007 - 06:33 AM

[QUOTE]Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
[B]Turkey had Iraq terrytory in the past and I think that they remember it.
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Posted 25 November 2007 - 06:54 PM

China visit, stressing close ties

French President Nicolas Sarkozy arrived in Beijing Sunday afternoon for his first state visit to China
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Posted 26 November 2007 - 03:29 PM

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The end result is Lenin's one world dictatorship. B]

Revolution in Russia created whole nation, which wanted to remove the queen Victoria seeds from Russian throne.
Especially they were brainless, unintelligent and sick. :clap: :clap:
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Posted 26 November 2007 - 06:25 PM

Public Approval
Russians seem unconcerned with Putin's concentration of power. His personal approval ratings are above 80 percent.
``Pluralism will almost have been reduced to zero,''. ``Putin personally has all the levers of power in his hands.''
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Posted 27 November 2007 - 03:31 PM

News that Citigroup would receive a cash infusion from the Middle East and Bush to Push for Palestinian State
Bush is set to open the Mideast peace summit by saying the time is right to relaunch talks to create a Palestinian state because "a battle is under way for the future" of the troubled region.
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Posted 27 November 2007 - 04:44 PM

BEIJING -- China's cabinet defended the controversial Three Gorges Dam, even as officials acknowledged spiraling costs for new measures to mitigate its environmental impact and additional resettlements of people originally forced out by the project.
How the critics would solve the problem energy instead of the Three Gorges Project of the mammoth dam across the Yangtze River., they didn
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Posted 28 November 2007 - 05:35 PM

On the second of three days of talks in Baden, Austria, President Boris Tadic reiterated Serbia's offer, saying Serbia is willing to grant Kosova rights and symbols "normally reserved only for sovereign states" -- including "its own flag, anthem, and national teams" and ties to international financial institutions -- but that Serbia "reserves the right to exclusive representation" at the UN, the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE), and the Council of Europe, and "maintains the right to associate herself with the province's foreign policy, defense, border control, and the protection of Serbian heritage.":kowt:
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Posted 28 November 2007 - 05:47 PM

Former Soviet President Mikhail Gorbachev said in Budapest on November 27 that Russia and the EU should expand their cooperation and "unite," dpa reported. He told a gathering on the future of Europe that such a move is necessary in order to give Europe a "big voice" in world affairs in the face of "U.S. monopoly leadership." He said that Europe should not unite on "an anti-U.S. basis," but should stop following Washington's lead. :kowt:
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Posted 28 November 2007 - 06:20 PM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
Revolution in Russia created whole nation, which wanted to remove the queen Victoria seeds from Russian throne.
Especially they were brainless, unintelligent and sick. :clap: :clap:


Cheap outdated communist propaganda.

What 'whole' country? Why are so many independant today if they were a natural union. No more a natural union than the UE, or the NAFTA being formed. All under the same architects, the international bankers. They are your heros and you dont know it yet.

There is a church in Russia built to be a memorial to the Russian royal family the revolution wasted. Its called the Church of the Blood. Putin and members of the state visited that church several years ago which demonstrated the revolution of the bankers has been over-thrown.

Thats why the banker press in the west rubbishes Putin.
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Posted 29 November 2007 - 06:02 PM

Some Russians question role of Lenin and bigger function give Stalin.While they call Stalin's rule ``cruel'' and says he engaged in ``political repression,'' it also declares him the USSR's ``most successful leader'' because his tactics transformed the country into an industrialized counterweight to America's military and economic might.

``The result of Stalin's purges was a new class of managers capable of solving the task of modernization at a time of a shortage of resources, loyal to the executive power and faultless from the point of view of discipline,.
Russians already view Stalin favorably. In a May poll by the independent Levada Center in Moscow, 54 percent said Stalin -- who defended the nation from Hitler's armies and ultimately led it to victory in World War II -- did ``more right than wrong.'' Half deemed him a ``wise leader.''
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Posted 29 November 2007 - 06:10 PM

Putin wants instill young people with ``a sense of pride'' in Russia. He argued that Stalin's purges pale in comparison to America's atomic bombing of Japan. ``We shouldn't allow anyone to impose a feeling of guilt on us.,''
Boris Yeltsin, the country's first post-Soviet leader and Putin's predecessor. It says his weak policies allowed the West to expand the North Atlantic Treaty Organization into former Soviet satellite states in eastern Europe.
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Posted 30 November 2007 - 05:47 AM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
Some Russians question role of Lenin and bigger function give Stalin.While they call Stalin's rule ``cruel'' and says he engaged in ``political repression,'' it also declares him the USSR's ``most successful leader'' because his tactics transformed the country into an industrialized counterweight to America's military and economic might.

``The result of Stalin's purges was a new class of managers capable of solving the task of modernization at a time of a shortage of resources, loyal to the executive power and faultless from the point of view of discipline,.
Russians already view Stalin favorably. In a May poll by the independent Levada Center in Moscow, 54 percent said Stalin -- who defended the nation from Hitler's armies and ultimately led it to victory in World War II -- did ``more right than wrong.'' Half deemed him a ``wise leader.''


Stalin's crime was becoming a nationalist when the goal was international under lenin. The rest of the comments reflects the fact that the US gave him everything he needed to be the 'success' as mentioned. The US was as indispensable to the USSR as it is to Israel.
They gave them plates to print dollars, multi-billions of military harware,
copies of the Manhatten Project so they could develop their own A bomb, eastern Europe, millions of political enemy for which they shipped to 'Siberia' for free labour, half of the german intelligence system and half of their scientists and German industrial factories which were dismantled and taken to Russia, raw materials and machinery. Stalin had no option but to fall on his feet. He was wise because he was given moles in the highest places in US, Britain and Germany.
But he became paranoid because he knew anytime he also could be sacrificed for the 'revolution'.
The same is happening today with China, they same elite are making China world power to be feared. And China has the hindsight after seeing what happened to the Third Reich and then the Soviet Union after their role was finished.
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Posted 30 November 2007 - 05:57 AM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
Putin wants instill young people with ``a sense of pride'' in Russia. He argued that Stalin's purges pale in comparison to America's atomic bombing of Japan. ``We shouldn't allow anyone to impose a feeling of guilt on us.,''
Boris Yeltsin, the country's first post-Soviet leader and Putin's predecessor. It says his weak policies allowed the West to expand the North Atlantic Treaty Organization into former Soviet satellite states in eastern Europe.



These comments follow the propaganda of the 'west' that Putin is returning the Stalin control days.
A lot of money will be changing hands as Putin's leadership closes, of the kind Soros and Woolsey have been up to trying buy the best 'democracy' for Russia post Putin they can. That money will be available thanks to the Arab Royals who are proping up the US now. The US has destablised the Middle East so much they have to fund the continuing foreign policy to protect themselves. Clever rats.
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Posted 30 November 2007 - 07:06 PM

PUTIN 'SUSPENDS' OBSERVANCE OF CFE TREATY
The Kremlin said in a statement on November 30 that "President [Vladimir] Putin signed the federal law on suspending the [1990] Conventional Forces in Europe Treaty [CFE]," which limits the deployment of tanks and other conventional weapons west of the Urals and was amended in 1999. Russia considers the pact outdated and no longer corresponding to its interests (see "RFE/RL Newsline:kowt:
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Posted 30 November 2007 - 07:40 PM

[QUOTE]Originally posted by Bader
B]Stalin's crime was becoming a nationalist when the goal was international under lenin. The rest of the comments reflects the fact that the US gave him everything he needed to be the 'success' as mentioned. The US was as indispensable to the USSR as it is to Israel.
They gave them plates to print dollars, multi-billions of military harware,
copies of the Manhatten Project so they could develop their own
But he became paranoid because he knew anytime he also could be sacrificed for the 'revolution'.
The same is happening today with China, they same elite are making China world power to be feared. And China has the hindsight after seeing what happened to the Third Reich and then the Soviet Union after their role was finished. B

Stalin was paranoid and cruel but obsession and cruelties were not really the sources for West critics. West hated Stalin because it had not any influence on Stalin. It couldn
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Posted 30 November 2007 - 07:54 PM

Originally posted by Bader
B]. The US has destablised the Middle East so much they have to fund the continuing foreign policy to protect themselves. Clever rats. B]


Why do you claim hatred but also continues victory for this politics?
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Posted 01 December 2007 - 06:24 PM

[QUOTE]Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
[B][QUOTE]Originally posted by Bader
B]Stalin's crime was becoming a nationalist when the goal was international under lenin. The rest of the comments reflects the fact that the US gave him everything he needed to be the 'success' as mentioned. The US was as indispensable to the USSR as it is to Israel.
They gave them plates to print dollars, multi-billions of military harware,
copies of the Manhatten Project so they could develop their own
But he became paranoid because he knew anytime he also could be sacrificed for the 'revolution'.
The same is happening today with China, they same elite are making China world power to be feared. And China has the hindsight after seeing what happened to the Third Reich and then the Soviet Union after their role was finished. B

Stalin was paranoid and cruel but obsession and cruelties were not really the sources for West critics. West hated Stalin because it had not any influence on Stalin. It couldn
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Posted 01 December 2007 - 11:50 PM

Originally posted by Bader
Stalin's crime was becoming a nationalist when the goal was international under lenin.

Lenin was internationalist because it was demands of the moment.
Lenin took the money from enemies for revolution because he believed in victory of revolution . Austria offered money to finish Russia becouse Austria believed in revolution lost. Internationalism was needed to Lenin as to the Russian tsar the English help.
Tsar who gave death sentence on Lenin brother and signed death sentence for his own family.
USA helped Russia during WWII, but in 1917 attacked Russia thought unsuccessfully.
West also after end WWII moved to cold war and very painfully took fact of Russia success in space (Gagarin 1956)
Russia biggest problem was Afghanistan when USA supported Afghanistan.
Today Russia understands that is very difficult to manage very multi nations country, and moved to more cohesive society. :kowt:
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Posted 02 December 2007 - 03:35 AM

Originally posted by woj1@cyberonic.
Lenin was internationalist because it was demands of the moment.
Lenin took the money from enemies for revolution because he believed in victory of revolution . Austria offered money to finish Russia becouse Austria believed in revolution lost. Internationalism was needed to Lenin as to the Russian tsar the English help.
Tsar who gave death sentence on Lenin brother and signed death sentence for his own family.
USA helped Russia during WWII, but in 1917 attacked Russia thought unsuccessfully.
West also after end WWII moved to cold war and very painfully took fact of Russia success in space (Gagarin 1956)
Russia biggest problem was Afghanistan when USA supported Afghanistan.
Today Russia understands that is very difficult to manage very multi nations country, and moved to more cohesive society. :kowt:



The demands of the moment is still in force. Today its Bush who was chosen to do the dirty work just as Lenin etc.
Lenin didnt take the german Jewish money from Wall st and germany, they chose him to head their revolutionary govt which was largely Jewish and mostly from New York. So why was it called a Russian revolution?

I rather suspect that the US forces that supported the White Russians probably helped their demise and caused the Reds to complete the foundation rather like the CIA in the cold war helped destroy all the real democratic forces so the communists and the fascist ruled world wide.

The communist system failed before world war two and the US proped it up since till late eighties.

You boasted the societ Union formed one country, now you say they understand it was a failure and now have moved to a more cohesive union.

The societ union, Israel and the UN, UE and NAFTA etc were/are all formed by the same people. Still on the same international revolution but many phases.
You support what they did in the Soviet Union but you have opposed what they did to Yogoslavia under Milosovic. They want to do the same to the Russian Federation.
They also are working on breaking up the Middle East countries which is why Bush is there destabalising the region.
You cant support parts of the plan and oppose others. As Bush said you are either for or against.
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Posted 02 December 2007 - 06:13 PM

Chavez would take on expanded powers and have a shot at being president for life under constitutional changes Vezuelans s top oil exporter.
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Chavez, who has become Latin America's most outspoken antagonist of Washington since he was first elected in 1998, calls for Venezuela a socialist state:kowt: :hugo:
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