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  • Mysterious submarine believed to belong to Russia spotted in Sweden waters
    Search for mysterious submarine believed to be Russian
    A mysterious submarine believed to belong to Russia has been spotted in Sweden waters. The Swedish government has begun a hunt for what they have determined to be a Russian nuclear vessel beneath those waters. Tuesday, October 21, Good Morning...
  • Russia and Poland Should Divide The Ukraine
    Russia and Poland Should Divide The Ukraine
    If you listen to The Speaker of Poland's Parliament Radoslaw Sikorski, back in 2008 a conversation took place between former Polish Prime Minister Donald Tusk and Russian President Vladimir Putin about dividing the Ukraine between the two...
  • Malaysia Airlines Flight MH-17 Crash Cause Update
    MH-17 crash cause: Flight was shot down by Russian-aided rebels [Report]
    It's been three months since Flight MH-17 crashed inRassipnoye, Ukraine, killing all aboard. Since then, Russia and Ukrainian governments have blamed one another and numerous conspiracy theories have cropped up as to what happened to Malaysia...
  • Putin Boasts On 5000 Nukes
    Putin Boasts On 5000 Nukes
    Russian President Vladimir Putin has once again put his foot in his mouth. Putin is boasting of the five thousand nuclear weapons that the Russian Federation now has in its arsenal. If I'm not mistaken the whole idea between the United States...
  • Russian conflict with Ukraine begins to thaw with new gas agreement
    Russian conflict with Ukraine begins to thaw with new gas agreement
    On Oct. 19, a preliminary agreement between Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko and Russian President Vladimir Putin for the pricing of natural gas during the winter months may be the start of a thaw in the ongoing conflict between the...
  • Putin Denies Involvement In Ukrainian Conflict
    Putin Denies Involvement In Ukrainian Conflict
    Russian President Vladimir Putin on Friday speaking with European Leaders in Milan, Italy denied all the allegations of Russian involvement in the Ukraine. Putin denies that he or any Russian instigated any of the Eastern Ukrainians to revolt...
  • Putin sees potential for winter gas shutdown if Ukraine continues energy theft
    Putin sees potential for winter gas shutdown if Ukraine continues energy theft
    On October 16, Russian President Vladimir Putin attended an Asian-Euro Summit that was being held in Milan, Italy to discuss oil, natural gas, and other economic topics important to both continental leaderships. And as the talks began to focus on...
  • Ukraine's Trashcan Lustration
    Ukraine's Trashcan Lustration
    In the Ukraine these days if you are a politician, judge, or police officer and you have done wrong in the eyes of the public then you had better look over your shoulder because you may end up in a trashcan. It seems gangs will gather and...
  • Russian President Putin
    Putin has warned the West not to blackmail Russia
    Russian President Putin has clearly been extremely angered by what he sees as blackmail by the West over Ukraine. Channel News Asia reported on Oct. 16, 2014 Putin has warned the West not to blackmail Russia. Putin has accused US President Barack...
  • Russian Expansion To Continue
    Russian Expansion To Continue
    Russian President Vladimir Putin is pulling troops off the Ukrainian border. Some would say that this is a good thing. Unfortunately, Putin can't keep his mouth shut, and not so long ago he was heard boasting that he could retake Poland and...
  • Hong Kong, Ukraine, Ferguson is there really any significant difference?
    Hong Kong, Ukraine, Ferguson is there really any significant difference?
    At best there is only the very one-percent created perception of a difference between the right-wing oppressive countries on the planet and what we pretend here at home.Gene Roddenberry used to make us see our ways, biases, prejudices, fears and...
  • Ukrainian Cease Fire Leaves 331 Dead
    Ukrainian Cease Fire Leaves 331 Dead
    September 5, 2014 saw an agreement signed by the Ukrainian government and the Rebel Separatists to a cease fire of hostilities. Since that day some 331 people are dead mostly from artillery and rocket fire. The airport at Donetsk still sees most...
  • Russian Sanctions Leave Putin Scrambling
    Russian Sanctions Leave Putin Scrambling
    Russian President Vladimir Putin was able to enjoy some peace and quiet in the Siberian wilderness as he turned 62 years old. Meanwhile back in Moscow he is scrambling for votes for a bill that would reimburse the Russian Elite hurt by the...
  • UNICEF brings clean water to Eastern Ukraine
    Ukraine: Food, water needed as ceasefire violated
    UNICEF, in a report this week, says the humanitarian crisis "remains urgent" in parts of Eastern Ukraine impacted by conflict. Despite a ceasefire, fighting has continued between the government and pro-Russian rebels. Hundreds of...
  • CNN: Russians launch attack on people wearing 'Western' wear
    Russians attacked in Moscow for donning 'Western' symbols: BBC News
    Journalist Anna Ratafyeva never expected that wearing symbols of the West would attract violence from Russian patriots. But that's what she and other tolerant Muscovites are experiencing. The ongoing skirmishes and war with Ukraine and Russian...