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Posts published in January 2012

Replacing the Dollar for Commodities in the East…

The word on the street is that very soon this side of the world’s countries will be back to doing business with their own currencies, oil, gold, silver and plus other commodities. Barter is going to become a revived word on this side of the world… It looks like India has really woke up and it is inevitable before many…

The Western Endgame of the Global Financial Crisis of 2008-09 has begun: By Dan Steinbock…

The endgame of the global financial crisis of 2008-09 has begun. The West seeks to inflate away its massive debt – by exporting inflation to the emerging East. The World Bank recently warned developing countries to prepare for the risk of the world going into a slump like the global downturn in 2008-09 owing to an escalation in the eurozone…

The Western Media, a cup of coffee and Russia…

Russia is taking a hardline against the West on Syria and Iran. This all came about after the West lied through its nose over Libya. Russia knows that Syria is being slandered in the MSM and they know that Iran has been slandered for years the same way. Medvedev lost a lot of respect in Russia when he fell for…

Murmansk, Russia Two Months of Polar Nights ended – Time to Celebrate…

The sun poked its head out for the first time in Murmansk, Russia on this Sunday (Jan. 30th, 2012) after nearly two months of polar nights. They have celebrations of the sun’s return that are rooted in a centuries-old tradition of the Sami indigenous people on the Kola Peninsula. Murmansk today marked the event with a concert and a feast……

Russia’s Putin: Talks of His Past…

“My brother, whom I have never seen and did not know, was buried here, I don’t even know where exactly,” Mr. Putin said flatly during an annual wreath-laying at Piskaryovskoye Cemetery in St. Petersburg, where 470,000 civilians and soldiers were buried in mass graves. A memorial plaque at the site states that 641,803 people died of starvation in the city…

Pallada Russian tall ship on the move…

The Pallada Russian tall ship has set out from Vladivostok on a long journey. The naval cadets on board are due to visit South Korea’s Pusan, the Chinese seaports Shanghai and Dalian, Vung Tau in Vietnam, and also Singapore. This year, it is both young Russian seamen and cadets of the Shanghai Ocean University and Singapore Maritime Academy that will…

Russia’s Roscomos: Official proposal to the US to investigate Phobos Grunt – BIG NO!

This is interesting: Roscomos the Russian Federal Space Agency requested the help and expertise of the United States to take part in the investigation of the Phobos Grunt automatic interplanetary apparatus. This request was after a rebuke by the US over one of the versions of failure was that the Russian interplanetary station might have been affected by a U.S.…

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