Accusations of the West towards Putin are traditionally 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 the lack of intelligence.
This video shows the USS Donald Cook sailing into the Black Sea to position itself near Russia’s territorial waters.
The State Department acknowledged that the crew of the destroyer USS Donald Cook has been gravely demoralized ever since their vessel was flown over in the Black Sea by a Russian Sukhoi-24 (Su-24) fighter jet which carried neither bombs nor missiles but only an electronic warfare device.
Our Boys Were Sitting [OBAMA BENGHAZI] Ducks All Over Again, Had President Putin Been Like The CIA Terrorists In Benghazi, Libya. But President Putin Is Allowing Obama To Hang Himself, As The World Continues To Wake Up To The Barbarity Of The NWO Banking Cabal.
Most people in the English-speaking parts of the world missed Putin’s speech at the Valdai conference in Sochi a few days ago, and, chances are, those of you who have heard of the speech didn’t get a chance to read it, and missed its importance.
(For your convenience, I am pasting in the full transcript of his speech below.) Western media did their best to ignore it or to twist its meaning.
Regardless of what you think or don’t think of Putin (like the sun and the moon, he does not exist for you to cultivate an opinion) this is probably the most important political speech since Churchill’s “Iron Curtain” speech of March 5, 1946.
Reality is finally settling in. Natural laws of supply and demand are back in action. Stocks are sliding, banks are finally slimming down, and oil’s getting crushed.
The market at large has proved its innate vulnerability despite the Fed’s best efforts to distort the real macroeconomic picture at play.
Economists are (finally) admitting that central bankers have run out of ammunition to sustain the illusion of the Fed as our knight in shining armor.
It’s incredible how many traditional fairytale parallels have been cited when referring to a very real financial experiment gone very wrong.
Ed Yardeni cited “The Wizard of Oz.” International Monetary Fund Managing Director Christine Lagarde went with both “Alice in Wonderland” and Harry Potter. Stephen King — the HSBC Holdings Plc chief economist, not the author — trolled the fantasy aisle.