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Re: Criminal America’s destruction of the EU

Postby Tim Drayton » Mon Oct 05, 2015 5:24 pm

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repulsewarrior wrote:Putin i wish, would make a deal and buy the Crimea, and Peace, doesn't Russia have such a mighty social-economy, ultimately, just as a matter of dollars and sense, isn't that the American (read: Capitalist) way? It would not surprise me, that such an act, would not be so difficult to understand what with the facts, financially speaking, the Ukraine faces. What of, what this says about Russian preeminence (as a world power); money, isn't it what it's all about?

...so what are you trying to say GR, that Russia, it's acts are the wag of some dog? their soldiers are in the Ukraine to hasten the demise of "Capitalism" as we know it today, because at the helm of America's leadership there is a vanguard of criminal psychopaths hell-bent and as corrupt he competes against, who move this Agenda forward as quickly as possible, like him (against a bumbling EU, at its advent)?

Money talks; you spend it on: Guns, or, Butter. Putin knows this, but so far he has demonstrated that he is good at a brutal Realpolitik, and not at new thinking.

...quite frankly, like Erdogan, i have higher expectations of him, and as such, i am sadly impressed by his performance.


Russia's economy is in disarray! They are in a major depression.


Which is the reason for the following:

Russia ready to meet OPEC to talk oil prices
http://www.cnbc.com/2015/10/05/russia-r ... rices.html

That is, Russia needs higher oil prices and needs to cooperate with OPEC to this end. And who is the big cheese in OPEC? Well, it's Saudi Arabia, which does not support the Assad regime. So, who knows what compromises will be called for. International politics is not as simple and straightforward as some would believe.
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Re: Criminal America’s destruction of the EU

Postby Paphitis » Mon Oct 05, 2015 5:29 pm

Tim Drayton wrote:
Paphitis wrote:
repulsewarrior wrote:Putin i wish, would make a deal and buy the Crimea, and Peace, doesn't Russia have such a mighty social-economy, ultimately, just as a matter of dollars and sense, isn't that the American (read: Capitalist) way? It would not surprise me, that such an act, would not be so difficult to understand what with the facts, financially speaking, the Ukraine faces. What of, what this says about Russian preeminence (as a world power); money, isn't it what it's all about?

...so what are you trying to say GR, that Russia, it's acts are the wag of some dog? their soldiers are in the Ukraine to hasten the demise of "Capitalism" as we know it today, because at the helm of America's leadership there is a vanguard of criminal psychopaths hell-bent and as corrupt he competes against, who move this Agenda forward as quickly as possible, like him (against a bumbling EU, at its advent)?

Money talks; you spend it on: Guns, or, Butter. Putin knows this, but so far he has demonstrated that he is good at a brutal Realpolitik, and not at new thinking.

...quite frankly, like Erdogan, i have higher expectations of him, and as such, i am sadly impressed by his performance.


Russia's economy is in disarray! They are in a major depression.


Which is the reason for the following:

Russia ready to meet OPEC to talk oil prices
http://www.cnbc.com/2015/10/05/russia-r ... rices.html

That is, Russia needs higher oil prices and needs to cooperate with OPEC to this end. And who is the big cheese in OPEC? Well, it's Saudi Arabia, which does not support the Assad regime. So, who knows what compromises will be called for. International politics is not as simple and straightforward as some would believe.


I wish them all the best in luck with that one.

Saudi Arabia will probably not agree with this and keep its oil free flowing in order to flood the market place.

But if the Russian's want to negotiate, I am sure Saudi Arabia and the coalition will be all ears on the status of Assad in particular.

You're absolutely correct Tim. Politics is not straight forward at all. It will take a lot more than a few Airstrikes by Russia to save Assad. In addition, have you thought of the possibility that the USA might have Putin exactly where they want him? This could be his worst nightmare.

Also, if Russia has significantly degraded US sponsored groups in the North western parts of Syria, then expect DAESH to increase its territory and fill the void. I do not believe for one second that the capability of FSA has degraded significantly yet.
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