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Wednesday, October 24th, 2012
9:31 pm
As Russia sees the USA

I want to talk about the United States from the point of view of Russia.
I want to tell you about Russia as it really is.
I'm not going to lie about Russia. Any Russian will tell as I am.
U.S. looks as aggressive and as a fascist state.
The Americans and the British brought to power in the Soviet Union Mikhail Gorbachev.
Today Russian know that Mikhail Gorbachev a traitor Russia. For what he destroyed the Soviet Union, he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
After the collapse of the Soviet Union Americans hired Yeltsin.
Russian President Boris Yeltsin continued destruction of Russia.
Russian people demanded a national leader and a miracle happened.
President Putin is a wonderful gift from President Yeltsin.
Putin is not dependent on the U.S. and leads the Russian policy in the interests of the Russian people.
In Russia, the president is not a puppet, but a real head.
Putin's bloody regime is a myth. This myth invented Western forces.
This is cheap propaganda. In the West, people believe in this myth. Our neighbors to the east in this myth do not believe. 
Terrorist attack September 11, 2001 was coined by the U.S. Congress. He was made with remote controlled airliners.
Due to the terrorist attacks of September 11, the U.S. came up with the myth of global terrorism. Under the guise of global terrorism the U.S. expand their influence in the East.
Indeed, Europe, Russia and the East, are aware of these crimes the U.S.. Such methods are supported monopoly dollar.
Central banks in most countries are totally dependent on the U.S. Federal Reserve.
Most of the world can not trade in their money. Foreign trade only through the dollar.
But still want to trade through its currency.
If someone decides to do so, the country is attacked by the U.S. Army.
Any country that is independent of the U.S. and Britain, Americans consider totalitarian.
Today, Russia is a strong country. We got stronger after the devastation of the nineties.
Russian government wants to restore the Soviet Union, but in another form.
Russia will have many allies in Europe and the East.
Russia is included in alliances BRICS, SCO and the Eurasian Union. Eurasian Union is an analogue of the Soviet Union.
These alliances have one goal. The purpose of this is to destroy the U.S. dollar as the monopoly.
This fall BRICS began to make external transactions through their own money. BRICS today refused dollars.
For the U.S., this means the beginning of the end.
World domination is based on the U.S. dollar. Printing dollars instead of real work. Very soon, this will not do.
When the dollar collapses, the U.S. could start a civil war.
Individual U.S. states will divide the property. Special services of Russia, Germany, China and other countries, will warm the U.S. population.
So we try to divide the United States. Our share is Alaska. Easy way to get just as easily and take away.
Tuesday, September 7th, 2010
2:09 pm
Was the Cold War inevitable?..
Poll #1615871 Was the Cold War inevitable?

was The Cold War inevitalbe?


I am from...

Eastern Europe
Western Europe
Dear members,
I've just joined the community, while searching for other topics, related to States...
There are many books / sites/ TV programs related to Cold War and I found lots of arguments "for" and "against"..

Interestingly, many people are trying to make parallels with contemporary history ( yes, not Peloponnesian War, but modern IR condition..)

So, how do you think about it? Up to you - was the Cold War inevitable or not really?
Could, you, please, vote...I will announce results before the New Year.

Thanks! (p.s.: this is my first poll in LJ, so, I apologize for the possible inconvenience of it, but as it was said by Eliot  "only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go":))
Monday, March 10th, 2008
9:11 am
FARC, Hugo Chavez, and La Frontera

The south of Columbia needs larger roads, infrastructure, banks to loan farmers money, and a railway system to import their produce to the cities if they want to change the current civil war. The farmers have no possibility for income except growing Coca. Who continues this cycle of violence? The United States of America.

I've travelled to the FARC territory. There is no way the cocaine is imported without the complicity of the United States government. The civil war is a direct result of the U.S. The government uses the profits from the drug trade to fund their illegal operations and for profit. FARC, the DEA, the Columbian government, and the U.S. military are used to continue the chaos, destroy the competition, and prosecute the independents. 

Whenever there is division in a country one should look at the countries resources and to the United States. The government, while repeating that we live in a democracy and have rule of law, is lawless. There is a level of government in which there are no laws.  The purpose of the military, intelligence agencies, and media is to cover and support big business. In the U.S. that is the privatized military apparatus, drugs, weapons, people, international corporations, and oil.

What Uribe has not understood is that by supporting the U.S. he has been supporting the drug trade. By having the DEA and the military in his country he has enabled the cocaine to be transported to our cities. I have travelled through Central and South America. The countries are patrolled with police and military stops. The thought of an vehicle going from the south of Columbia through the jungle to the cities without inspection I find to be impossible.There is no way the cocaine is being smuggled to the U.S. by the "drug warlords." As anyone that has any knowledge of electronics and the U.S. can attest to, there is no way there are planes or cars are coming over the border with drugs undetected.

The drug war is a war against blacks and latinos who use and sell the drugs imported by the U.S. government, then end up in prison and lose their right to vote.


Saturday, March 1st, 2008
5:05 pm
Americans are asking for Political Asylum...Why don't we hear about it?  
There is no country in the world that understands propaganda more than the United States. Billions are spent at the Pentagon on what you hear and repeat. The mainstream news is a psychotronic parade as the democrats bumble and the reporters comment as though they are on the Bush administration payroll. 

The truth is not reported. The public responds as a story of importance makes breaking news only to see it squahed in the next 72 hours. Americans are asking for political asylum and you are not hearing about it. 

The government is torturing American citizens who are Whistleblowers-  myspace Darren Gelbard, youtube Monarch Katherine Moore, and DIA Topoff to see electronic warfare torturing a U.S. citizen in 2007. Or, for those of you who think these victims are conspiracy theorists, there are the ADS military tests on youtube, 60 Minutes, and CNN. People being hit out of thin air by a ray beam. For real!

Weapons that can harm or kill you from a distance, without leaving marks if the operator so desires, are being used on people in their homes. There are interviews with U.S. citizens who are victims and with a Baghdad surgeon in which he states there are bodies in Iraq he and his team of ten Doctors have seen that are being killed by..."No bullets, no shots..arms cut straight off...we don't know what kind of weapon it is." A Baghdad Orchestra player also stated he saw bodies where..."Only the face was burned, no eyes..and the teeth. The rest of the body was untouched.

The Washington Post released an article called Mind Games in which the victims of psychotronics and V2K described what it was like to have someone mentally and physically torture you using communications and electronic warfare from a distance. And Russia is trying to ban Space weapons after Congress changed the bill that would have banned psychotronics years ago. This is the most dangerous game. Weapons that no individual can defend themselves against. Weapons that manipulate people.
Tuesday, February 20th, 2007
4:06 pm
Wednesday, November 9th, 2005
10:30 am
Does anyone know where I can get some good military- or terrorism related data sets?

I'm taking a research methods class and desperately want to avoid having to do a paper on how wealth affects environmental ideals or some such BS. Unfortunately, most of the data sets we use for the class don't have much good information, so I have to go out and hunt some down myself.

Tuesday, June 21st, 2005
6:35 pm
Defining Terms
This is pretty basic, so please excuse me. Can anyone here define what is meant by American Foreign Policy? Is it treaties? Is it a written operating procedure or guidelines? Is it law? Or is it the sum total of America's international treaties, agreements, objectives, and policies?

Does our foreign policy change with each administration? Is some of it the prerogative of those in power? What keeps our foreign policy consistent and stable over time and changes of administration? What individuals and groups, governmental and private, are most responsible for shaping our foreign policy?

That's a lot of questions.
Saturday, June 4th, 2005
3:42 pm
Just spotted this community while searching for other things. You need to do some serious promo for this community. It has a lot of potential. I'll mention it on my community below_topsecret and see if it helps.

I'm interested in U.S. foreign policy as it relates to the world intelligence community.
Wednesday, April 6th, 2005
12:17 am
it's been awhile
hey I know it's been awhile but let's try and get this community going, shall we?

post your thoughts on the following:

- the role of the NED (National Endowment for Democracy) in the 1990 Nicaraguan elections
- Kissinger's defence of the 1975 Cambodian bombings (ie. communist infiltration of the country made Cambodia a prominent player in the Vietnam crisis, and thus, not a neutral country in the conflict)

Current Mood: calm
Friday, December 3rd, 2004
4:31 pm
Just picked up the DVD "The Trials of Henry Kissinger". Based on the book by Christopher Hitchens. It gives an overview of Kissinger's actions in Chile, Vietnam, and Indonesia / Timor. A fantastic portrayal of a man who realistically should be indicted for charges of war crimes. Kissinger is one man I will never have a shred of respect for.

Current Mood: chipper
Saturday, October 23rd, 2004
5:02 pm
Begin and Settlements
So I recently purchased the dvd "50 Years War - Israel and the Arabs" from PBS Online. It's probably the most comprehensive survey of Israeli history that I've found on DVD so far. Most interesting was the portion discussing the Camp David Accords and Jimmy Carter's attempts to convince Israeli leader Menachem Begin to dismantle settlements in the occupied Sinai. Begin was absolutely unwilling to negotiate even an inch on the subject. I couldn't believe the hard line that he took - If he wasn't going to compromise on Sinai settlements, there was no way he'd allow for a Palestinian state in the West Bank (1 of Egypt's main demands)...Eventually the Knesset decided to dismantle the settlements, no thanks to Begin. And who did Begin call for advice on the issue? None other than Ariel Sharon. Quite the interesting bit of history..

Current Mood: sleepy
12:02 am
Test Test

Current Mood: happy
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