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Post  tgII on Fri 28 Dec 2012, 02:09

re: previous post on news Al Jazeera journalist defected from Al Jazeera breaking.

    Suliman: 'Al Jazeera plays the piper, but Qatar calls the tune'


Qatar is Britain's petrodollar lackey in the region and is financing the training, equipping
and paying of fundamentalist radical Islamic Jihadi terrorists who have it is being reported
destroyed half the city of Homs, Syria.

Listen carefully to this Syrian professor who was born in Syria.

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Post  KapitanScarlet on Fri 28 Dec 2012, 10:59

thx for the info re japan oil tech TG
Its definetly going to be educational to see at what level putins control remit is shaped , if he indeed has one

Its disgusting that all these people are dying in some megalomaniacs group orgy of asset management

Ref israels military hardware which is extensive, i also noticed last week that david cameron had sealed another multi billion pound warplane deal with OMAN, all these arab league nations are also heavily tooled up by BAE
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Post  tgII on Sat 29 Dec 2012, 03:31

re: Vladimir Putin signs ban preventing Americans from adopting Russian
children.


This is excellent news.

    Putin Signs US Adoption Ban


Here is one of the biggest reasons why Vladimir Putin signed this ban on Americans
adopting Russian children.

    Russia's Golden Age to start in 2013, Russian Nostradamus said


The Russian Nostradamus thing is pretty fruity if you ask me, but there are other ideas
floating around in Russia which makes this scenario plausible for Russia's future, not to
mention the country is sitting on absolutely enormous wealth in terms of natural resources.
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Post  tgII on Sat 29 Dec 2012, 03:46

re: in previous post the word "pretext" was used.

And under any pretext Israel and America will find a reason to intervene in Syria.
News now is that after talks with Jordan's Kink Abdullah II, Israel's Benjamin
Netenyahu, Jordan and Israel have decided on several options:

1) Jordan and Israel deliver a lightening strike bombing raid on the chemical munitions
locations (the King of Jordan thinks this a really bad idea)

2) Israel will instruct America to send in 8,000 U.S. Marines to seal off and guard the
chemical weapons in Syria.

    US preparing for military invasion in Syria: Israel


Again, PressTV is apparently rugby Iran so discernment is advised when interpreting
this news source.

Imagine that, many Americans are going to two web-based news sources to get a lot
of their insights into events occurring internationally, Russia's Russia Today (RT) and
Iran's PressTV? How cool can that be?



    RT, also known as Russia Today, is an international multilingual Russian-based television network. It is registered as an Autonomous Non-profit Organization[2][3] funded by the Federal budget of Russia through the Federal Agency on Press and Mass Communications of the Russian Federation.





    Press TV is a 24-hour English language news network owned by the state-owned media corporation Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB). Its headquarters are located in Tehran, Iran.


Well, how about it Marines, are you ready to invade another country?
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Post  tgII on Sat 29 Dec 2012, 04:15

re: brokering a UN peace for Syria is entirely a fraud and duplicitous.

The UN's "peace envoy", the Algerian Lakhdar Brahimi, is brokering a peace for Syria.
These people are just completely contemptuous.

    Lakhdar Brahimi is currently a distinguished senior fellow at the Center for the Study of Global Governance at the London School of Economics and Political Science, and a governing board member of the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute.


The biggest weapons manufacturer in the world the British BAE Systems, selling all
kinds of advanced and very sophisticated weaponry to Saudi Arabia, Qatar, UAE,
Jordan and countless other countries including Israel in the region, and this clown from
the UN who is at the London School of Economics and Political Science in Britain
is going to broker a peace for Syria? Do they think we are all stupid ingrates to not see
what is going on here? This UN "peace envoy" is going to broker a "peace" for Syria
when Bashar Assad has made it clear elections will be held in his own country?

What is this message sending to the world? That Syria and its people have absolutely
no say or right of self-determination, and that all these outside organizations are going
to decide what is best for Syria's roughly 22,530,746 people as of 2012 minus the
40,000 - 50,000 that have been slaughtered, about what the Syrians themselves can
and cannot do concerning their own welfare and economic interests?

Okay Russia, your diplomatic move.

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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Sat 29 Dec 2012, 18:04

I believe Egypt is also allied with these nations and will assist in attacking Syria.
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Post  tgII on Sun 30 Dec 2012, 00:39

re: Egypt providing possible military support against Syria.

The Muslim Brotherhood was infiltrated in Egypt by the British. The Muslim
Brotherhood is a very tough network to establish good links on because it has
defused and has spread to all regions of the area. My bet is ideologically it is
centered in both the U.S. and the UK. and then it moves within intellectual circles
and universities and power centers from there.

Hassan al Banna was an admirer of Adolf Hitler and founded the Muslim
Brotherhood (see url hyper link above). Incidentally after WWII, the Muslim
Brotherhood was co-opted by British intelligence when it was discovered Hassan
al Banna was solicited by German Intelligence, and that Hassan al Banna promised
the Germans he would help in killing British troops to end British rule in Egypt. The
Muslim Brotherhood is now in control of Egypt re: comment about the Egyptians
possibly support the war against Syria.

It is a very dense complex history to plow through but the only way to fully
comprehend what is happening in Syria today.


I was viewing more LiveLeak videos with a film crew embedded with the Syrian Army
in a fight with terrorist Jihadis. The Syrian Army are fighting for their lives because
they know they are going to get annihilated and butchered whole sale.

We haven't seen shit yet; the Syrian people are going to get slaughtered and feel
paralyzed "witnessing" it via Liveleak. The Russians have been very covert and it is at
least comforting knowing they are documenting the slaughter responsibly.

I have some very disturbing updates.
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Post  tgII on Sun 30 Dec 2012, 02:48

re: lighten the load here with Vladimir Putin.

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Post  KapitanScarlet on Sun 30 Dec 2012, 03:09

The mans got talent Cool

What about this incident

4 dead in Moscow airliner crash

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Prior to Saturday's crash, there had been no fatal accidents reported for Tu-204s, which entered commercial service in 1995. The plane is a twin-engine midrange jet with a capacity of about 210 passengers.

The Red Wings airline is one of the holdings of Russian billionaire Alexander Lebedev, who also owns the British newspapers The Independent and the Evening Standard. Vnukovo, on the southern outskirts of Moscow, is one of the Russian capital's three international airports.



After he graduated in 1982, Lebedev started work at the Institute of Economics of the World Socialist System doing research for his Kandidat (equal to Ph.D.) dissertation The problems of debt and the challenges of globalization. However he soon transferred to the First Chief Directorate (Foreign Intelligence) of KGB. He worked there and at its successor Foreign Intelligence Service until 1992.[3] In London he had the diplomatic cover of an economics attaché. According to Lebedev's personal site his assignments included fighting capital flight from the Russian Federation.[3] The Sunday Express stated that he “spent more time studying finance and the City than British secrets”.

A spy in london or a spy in moscow ?

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Post  tgII on Sun 30 Dec 2012, 04:04

re: Red Wing aircraft crash in Moscow.

Here is footage of the actual crash (peripheral view) of the Red Wing TU-204 jet
aircraft at Moscow’s Vnukovo Airport:

    Dashcam footage of passenger jet crashes into highway outside Moscow


Here's Wikipedia's bio on Alexander Lebedev:

    In 1977, Alexander Lebedev entered the Department of Economics at Moscow State Institute of International Relations. After he graduated in 1982, Lebedev started work at the Institute of Economics of the World Socialist System doing research for his Kandidat (equal to Ph.D.) dissertation The problems of debt and the challenges of globalization. However he soon transferred to the First Chief Directorate (Foreign Intelligence) of KGB. He worked there and at its successor Foreign Intelligence Service until 1992. In London he had the diplomatic cover of an economics [that is what he studied in Moscow] attaché. [KGB Intelligence operative and he was there planning to take over two of Britain's influential newspapers] According to Lebedev's personal site his assignments included fighting capital flight from the Russian Federation. [Russia was economically raped during the 90s under Yeltsin] The Sunday Express stated that he “spent more time studying finance and the City than British secrets”. [obviously, he was probably studying how best to buy up two British newspapers as a Russian]


Vladimir Putin and Alexander Lebedev know each other well back when they were
both working at the KGB. It was back then when plans were developed to rebuild
Russia and take it back from British oligarchs and monopolists. That's why Alexander
Lebedev owns the British newspapers The Independent and the Evening Standard.

An "ex-KGB agent" who now is a billionaire working with Vladimir Putin owns Red
Wing and one of its jets just plows off the runway and kills four people?

    Alexander Lebedev to join forces with Vladimir Putin


The British probably did not like one bit Alexander Lebedev owning two influential
newspapers in London.

    Alexander Lebedev tells Vladimir Putin Russian spies are trying to steal empire


When Vladimir Putin kicked out the oligarch Boris Abramovich Berezovsky, several years
ago, both Alexander Lebedev and Boris Abramovich Berezovsky and disagreed at all
points concerning the Kremlin's plans. Boris Berezovsky accused Alexander Lebedev and
Vladimir Putin using "dirty money" for financing buying up the two newspapers mentioned
above in London to propagandize for the Kremlin. Big deal, look around, are there any
newspapers out there that do not propagandize?

    Berezovsky: 'Dirty Money' Claims


These billionaires have their allegiances and it is just a matter of knowing to what allegiance
they are working for.


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Post  tgII on Sun 30 Dec 2012, 10:48

re: when George Bush dies and hopefully soon, this will send a signal to young Saudis.

The signal: Americans can go dig their own fucking oil. Personally, when George Bush
Sr dies
I will sing praises of glory.

    The Bush-Saudi Connection




The Saudi Arabian petrodollar elite are funding Jihadi terrorists going into Syria.
The Wahhabi (Sunni) Suftis are indoctrinating these Jihadi terrorists.

    Saudi monarchy betraying the Muslim world: Kevin Barret


Well educated wealthy and young Saudi youth are starting to look closely at their
circumstances, and when they realize the Arab Spring has been hijacked by Saudi
Arabia petrodollars and militarized, they will suddenly realize that if Syria survives
the terror that has been unleashed on them, they will be screwed because they will
be targeted where ever they go by the Syrian Army.
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Post  tgII on Mon 31 Dec 2012, 01:35

re: Russia pushing for a solution in Syria.

The British propaganda piece The Guardian writes on the presupposition that Syria
will fall planting the meme that the country of Syria will inevitably fall to the Free
Syrian Army.

Diplomatically it is extremely difficult for Russia to maneuver when world opinion has
been influenced by the suggestion the "regime" running Syria (Alawaite clan) will
collapse.

The Guardian projects the image it is a revolution taking place in Syria suggesting
that the Jihadi foreign mercenaries financed through Saudi Arabia and Qatar are a
legitimate organization, when in fact their level of brutality and killing of Syrians and
destruction running in the billions and billions of dollars is acceptable.

The Guardian is sanitizing and desensitizing the enormous destruction and killing
of thousands of people.

    Without negotiations, Syria will be the new Somalia, UN envoy says

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Post  tgII on Mon 31 Dec 2012, 01:48

re: Russia removing foreign news correspondents from state-owned TV

Probably to reduce foreign interference and incorrect and fraudulent news reporting
about Russia.

    Foreign journalists to be ousted from Russian state-owned TV channels?

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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Mon 31 Dec 2012, 18:52

Spetsnaz Special: The Legendary Kalashnikov (RT Documentary)



The rumor that the AK was created from the input of a German working at the plant and from a German assault rifle are probably quite true...but ego and nationalistic propaganda keeps that story down.
But innovation produced a superior product.

The only negative I have heard about the AK is recoil and accuracy. But I would think customizations could eliminate these shortcomings.
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Post  tgII on Tue 01 Jan 2013, 00:56

re: AK47 was originally a German designed weapon.

Admittedly the Russians have modified the AK47 over the years. Couple of years ago
someone sent me a link to the name of the German who designed the AK47 and not
believing it at first, I did some further reading. I'll try to dig out the connection again.

The American in the video was describing how there are "different approaches,
different societies and different values" between Russia and the U.S. with the inventor
of the M16, Eugene Morrison Stoner, receiving $1 per unit sold in royalties while
Mikhail Kalashnikov received nothing in compensation for the production of the
AK47 (Kalash).

Those differences between Russia and the U.S. are hugely significant because during
the Vietnam war, to profit even more off the sales of weapons and related equipment,
it was decided to go with a different type of gunpowder used in the 5.56mm (.223 cal.
round) ammunition used with the M16. The powered was an inferior powder compared
with the gunpowder designed for the 5.56mm round in the original manufacturing. The
result was that the new powder didn't have enough energy to blow back the receiver
which caused the problems. Always profit.

Americans like the AK47 too.

    American civilians buy as many AK47s as the Russian military and police... and demand is surging because gun owners fear they will be banned


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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Tue 01 Jan 2013, 01:05

In the video they mention the German's name.

Also check out the AK shotgun highlighted in the video...me like.
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Post  tgII on Tue 01 Jan 2013, 01:07

AK shotgun. Saw that. Unlikely I would ever have the use for something like that
where I am.
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Post  quicksilvercrescendo on Tue 01 Jan 2013, 01:11

Makes lots of room real quick on crowded trains and subways...and longer reach than a samurai sword.
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Post  tgII on Tue 01 Jan 2013, 06:34

re: Eastern Orthodox Church supports ban on Americans adopting Russian children

This is because Russians are aware that in America that nation has an incredibly high
rate of child deaths.

    Church backs Vladimir Putin's ban on Americans adopting Russian children


American children are being slaughtered and abused in their own homes and it has
not abated, in fact, it is worse since the date of this article.

    America's child death shame
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Post  tgII on Wed 02 Jan 2013, 08:02

re: more Russian naval ships heading towards Syria

Probable evacuation of Russians from Syria. Russian marines onboard.

    Russia sends more warships to Syria: Reports
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Post  tgII on Fri 04 Jan 2013, 03:30

re: Russian military strength increasing

The Russian navy have plans to deploy navy ships on or about 2016 with over 50 new
war ships.

    Russian Navy to Get Over 50 New Warships by 2016


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Post  tgII on Fri 04 Jan 2013, 03:58

re: Russia flexing it's naval strength in the Black Sea

Escalation usually means the indict of protecting economic interests.

    Russia to Hold Large-Scale Mediterranean, Black Sea Naval Drills
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Post  tgII on Sat 05 Jan 2013, 00:10

re: on a list of powerful people Vladimir Putin is "second to none."

Of course, other factors would have to be taken into consideration, like for example
the media and people surrounding Vladimir Putin who provide the stories and the
exposure to make him "second to none". Still though, Vladimir Putin is pretty
impressive. Also, this is from RT News so naturally, a bit of favoritism, no?

The again, look at the list of "powerful people" under Vladimir Putin; not a very
impressive list at all.

    Putin second to 'Nobody' on world's most powerful list - thinktank
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Post  tgII on Sat 05 Jan 2013, 07:27

re: a Winston Churchill quote on Russia

A form of Winston Churchill's quotation, made in a radio broadcast in October 1939:



    "I cannot forecast to you the action of Russia. It is a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside an enigma; but perhaps there is a key. That key is Russian national interest."


Inside an enigma.



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