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Coffee and the Winds are Changing from that Russian Window…

I hope you are watching and thinking about what has been happening lately. No I am not talking about watching just the Western Press, I am talking about really looking around and checking out what the world is doing…

A whole bunch is happening…

While you are “Drinking the KoolAid” and dancing to their (government) tune and watching the stars on TV and not in the sky! Things are changing and changing fast…

You should concentrate on the Eastern half of the world and that is really hard for you to do, because the West is crumbling as we keep the blindfolds on, so we will not see it happen. Those blindfolds also keep us from seeing what is really happening in the world…

The winds are changing and actually starting to blow much harder. I am amazed at the extent that Russia and China have excused themselves from reliance upon the Western World financially. In a few more years the reliance will be very noticeable, as both countries have shifted their priorities to the East…

Want a silent tidbit?

“In 2006, the U.S. was the larger trading partner for 127 countries, while China was the larger trading partner for 70, AP reported. By last year 2011, the two had traded places: 124 countries for China, 76 for the U.S…” Here is one of few links… >>>

There are thousands of such tidbits and you have to look, because the main stream news just is not allowed to print it and or does not want to print it. I guess you would get upset to know that things are a lot worse then you understand…

Time to crawl back into your hole you live in! I hear that Lindsay Lohan is being bad again and that “fiscal cliff” is going to take your world and destroy it…

Kyle Keeton
Windows to Russia…

One Comment

  1. WB December 5, 2012

    It is symptomatic of the national condition of the United States that the worst humiliation ever suffered by it as a nation, and by a US president personally, passed almost without comment last week. I refer to the November 20 announcement at a summit meeting in Phnom Penh that 15 Asian nations, comprising half the world’s population, would form a Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership excluding the United States.

    President Barack Obama attended the summit to sell a US-based Trans-Pacific Partnership excluding China. He didn’t. The American led-partnership became a party to which no-one came.

    Instead, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, plus China, India, Japan, South Korea, Australia and New Zealand, will form a club and leave out the United States. As 3 billion Asians become prosperous, interest fades in the prospective contribution of 300 million Americans – especially when those Americans decline to take risks on new technologies. America’s great economic strength, namely its capacity to innovate, exists mainly in memory four years after the 2008 economic crisis…

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