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Saturday, 26 April 2014
Wednesday, 23 April 2014
The Contemptible Russian Oligarchy still reads 'Pravda'.
Those in control of Russia today, the same mad renegades responsible for the antidemocratic and illegal sinking, destruction and pillaging of the Soviet Union and its peoples, do not seem to appreciate yet the enormity of their crimes and so, unable to ascertained what is about to hit them, they frantically persist in they wishful thingking and their Eastern 'European' chutzpah.
If yesteryear you could read Pravda not to know what was going on in the USSR, at least you had a negative copy of the truth. Today, the expropriated Pravda and the rest of the pitiful and puerile propaganda machine of the rotten Russian Oligarchy, has obliterated reality to such an extend, that even the Boyars of the Duma are unable to note that they live in Disneyland.
The declarations of Mr Pushkov (http://en.ria.ru/world/20140421/189291820/Confronting-Both-Russia-and-China-Strategic-Mistake-for-US-.html), chair of the foreign affairs committee of the Duma, on Russia, China and the USA, show the poor quality of the thinking driving the neotsarist push and even 'putsch' in Russia.
Although the international isolation of Oligorussia could be blamed for some imaginative thinking, the illusion of a capitalist and expanding China ('Chinamerica' as some scholars call it), that owes everething to the West (thanks to its deliberate and suicidal policies of delocalisation, technology transfer, liberalisation of markets, hyperimmigration, etc, etc...), decoupling from its western 'matrix', is too desperate to countenance.
But, even if that dependency realtion with the West could be broken in not such a distant future, like it happened with Japan and the US Immigration Act of 1924, the omens would be much more worrying for a reconstituted Russian Empire, since the 'natural' area of expansion for a politically angry, military furious and resource hungry China will be, not the overpopulated Pacific, but the riches expanses of Siberia...