Tag: Russia

The West – Shocked by Russia’s Actions

| July 12, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Mikhail Delyagin

We offer you an analysis of the relationship between Russia and the West by the economist Mikhail Delyagin. It is an excerpt of his own program “Delyagin’s Hour”. The statement is from April this year, short after the reunification with Crimea.

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Ukraine – Bargaining Chip in the Battle Between China and USA for the EU Market

| June 21, 2014 | 0 Comments

ukraine china 2013In this article about the Ukrainian crisis, we present a point of view that is pretty different from the ones on the mass media. The economist Mikhail Khazin gives a well-grounded explanation of the situation in Ukraine with the competition between China and USA for markets. Here are the most significant points.

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Stalin Revived – part 3

| May 27, 2014 | 1 Comment

Stalin revivedStalin’s name is mentioned pretty often on this site. In our consecutive article about Stalin, we will try to emphasize on the reason why he is respected by so many Russians and Marxists around the world and in the same time hated by the liberal oligarchy and its circus puppets (liberal historians, corrupt journalists and deluded intellectuals).

Who and why hates Stalin?

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The War In Ukraine – Road To Catastrophe

| May 13, 2014 | 0 Comments

mariupol ukraineIt’s a total mess. That’s the so called Ukrainian crisis. The war that is going on there is a road to catastrophe – it’s already local, it might turn into global.

We’ve covered the Kiev protests earlier this year, our prediction that the country would divide turned out to be right. We later explained the situation in Crimea and if you follow us on twitter you know that we comment on the events every day. It’s not because Ukraine is hot news but because it’s the most important battlefield in the world since the collapse of the Soviet Union.

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Putin’s Order

| April 17, 2014 | 0 Comments

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Sergey Dorenko is a famous Russian TV and radio journalist. On the 4th April he published an interesting video monologue on his YouTube channel Rasstriga (literally “defrocking”), in which he criticizes the way the majority of people interpret Russian politics and explains Vladimir Putin’s role in the world’s political game.

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More On The Ukrainian Riots – Possibly Leading Russia to Another Geopolitical Triumph?

| March 11, 2014 | 1 Comment

ukraine russia crimea usaKiev is under control of the criminal parliament minority supported by neo-nazis and extreme nationalists. The Crimea region separated from Ukraine. The other regions inhabited by Russian speakers (the actual majority of Ukraine’s population) are ready to do the same as long as the nazi junta is posing a threat to them. Russian public figures and politicians are openly insisting on starting an intervention in Ukraine. The presence of Russian troops in Crimea and the massive military drills are a demonstration of Putin’s decisiveness to defend Russian geopolitical positions and economic interests. Western liberal propaganda is trying to demonize Russia but it is all bluff media puffery. Here is an explanation why.

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How The #SochiFail Winter Olympics Turned Into #SochiSuccess

| February 28, 2014 | 1 Comment

Analysis on what the games in Sochi 2014 mean for Russia and the world.

Sochi 2014The XXII Winter Olympics games in Sochi are over. By far these Olympics are the best ever and for the first time we can compare winter Olympics significance to summer Olympics significance without overstating. This is huge and it happened in Russia.

That’s the reason why the corrupt media around the world tried to ridicule the games and by all ways possible give a bad look to the city of Sochi and the organizers of the event.

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Geopolitical And Global Economy Summary Of 2013

| December 29, 2013 | 0 Comments

obama and putinAt the end of the year, we (Bitter Bananas) offer you a brief summary of the crucial events and tendencies that influence politics and economy. It is clear that world is on the verge of a sweeping change. There is much to be said about the US as long as their policies are the origin of most present problems.

USA – a declining empire

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Stalin revived (part 2)

| November 23, 2013 | 3 Comments

Stalin revived

The question about Stalin’s contribution to history is widely discussed in Russia. Although Russians with patriotic inclinations feel that this is a question of their identity, there is something about Stalin that is worth bearing in mind – his economic policy. This also explains why liberals hate him so much.

Stalin’s economy

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Is Putin a Dictator?

| August 28, 2013 | 0 Comments

vladimir putinVladimir Putin’s political conceptions are often discussed and opinions vary from very positive to very negative. What is more, it is hard even for Russians to define his political views correctly. In  Western media, Putin is traditionally criticized and frequently described as a dictator. But is this true?

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