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Re: The Cold War Will Fully Return In Five (5) Years Or Less

Postby Dealey Joe » Mon Mar 05, 2012 1:44 am

MOSCOW - (AP) -- Vladimir Putin scored a decisive victory in Russia's presidential election Sunday to return to the Kremlin and extend his hold on power for six more years. His eyes brimming with tears, he defiantly proclaimed to a sea of supporters that they had triumphed over opponents intent on "destroying Russia's statehood and usurping power."

Putin's win was never in doubt as many across the vast country still see him as a guarantor of stability and the defender of a strong Russia against a hostile world, an image he has carefully cultivated during 12 years in power.

Accounts by independent observers of extensive vote-rigging, however, looked set to strengthen the resolve of opposition forces whose unprecedented protests in recent months have posed the first serious challenge to Putin's heavy-handed rule. Another huge demonstration was set for Monday evening in central Moscow.

Putin claimed victory Sunday night when fewer than a quarter of the votes had been counted. He spoke to a rally just outside the Kremlin walls of tens of thousands of supporters, many of them government workers or employees of state-owned companies who had been ordered to attend.

"I promised that we would win and we have won!" Putin shouted to the flag-waving crowd. "We have won in an open and honest struggle."

Putin, 59, said the election showed that "our people can easily distinguish a desire for renewal and revival from political provocations aimed at destroying Russia's statehood and usurping power."

He ended his speech with the triumphant declaration: "Glory to Russia!"

The West can expect Putin to continue the tough policies he has pursued even as prime minister, including opposing U.S. plans to build a missile shield in Europe and resisting international military intervention in Syria.

Exit polls cited by state television predicted Putin would get about 59 percent of the vote. With more than 90 percent of precincts counted nationwide, Putin was leading with 65 percent, the Central Election Commission said. Complete results were expected Monday.

Communist Party candidate Gennady Zyuganov was a distant second, followed by Mikhail Prokhorov, the billionaire owner of the New Jersey Nets basketball team whose candidacy was approved by the Kremlin in what was seen as an effort to channel some of the protest sentiment. The clownish nationalist Vladimir Zhirinovsky and socialist Sergei Mironov trailed behind. The leader of the liberal opposition Yabloko party was barred from the race.

"These elections are not free. ... That's why we'll have protests tomorrow. We will not recognize the president as legitimate," said Mikhail Kasyanov, who was Putin's first prime minister before going into opposition.

The wave of protests began after a December parliamentary election in which observers produced evidence of widespread vote fraud. Protest rallies in Moscow drew tens of thousands in the largest outburst of public anger in post-Soviet Russia, demonstrating growing exasperation with the pervasive corruption and tight controls over political life under Putin, who was president from 2000 to 2008 before moving into the prime minister's office due to term limits.

Golos, Russia's leading independent elections watchdog, said it received numerous reports of "carousel voting," in which busloads of voters are driven around to cast ballots multiple times.

After the polls closed, Golos said the number of violations appeared just as high as in December.

"If during the parliamentary elections, we saw a great deal of ballot-box stuffing and carousel voting ... this time we saw the deployment of more subtle technologies," said Andrei Buzin, who heads the monitoring operations at Golos.

Alexei Navalny, one of the opposition's most charismatic leaders, said observers trained by his organization also reported seeing carousel voting and other violations.

A first-round victory was politically important for Putin, serving as proof that he retains majority support.

"They decided that a second round would be bad, unreliable and would show weakness," Navalny said. "That's why they ... falsified the elections."

There was no evidence that the scale of any election fraud was high enough to have pushed Putin over the 50 percent mark and saved him from a runoff.

Putin's campaign chief, Stanislav Govorukhin, rejected the claims of violations, calling them "ridiculous."

Mikhail Gorbachev, the last leader of the Soviet Union, has become increasingly critical of Putin's rule. "These are not going to be honest elections, but we must not relent," he said after casting his ballot.

Putin has dismissed the protesters' demands, casting them as a coddled minority of urban elites manipulated by leaders working at the behest of the West. His claims that the United States was behind the protests spoke to his base of blue-collar workers, farmers and state employees, who are suspicious of Western intentions after years of state propaganda.

"Putin is a brave and persistent man who can resist the U.S. and EU pressure," said Anastasia Lushnikova, a 20-year-old student who voted for Putin in the southern city of Rostov-on-Don.

Putin played the same polarizing tune on Sunday, thanking the workers at a tank factory in Nizhny Tagil for their support, saying that "a man of labor is a head above any loafer or windbag."

He made generous social promises during his campaign and initiated limited political reforms to try to assuage public anger. His spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, said Sunday that Putin will push ahead with the reforms, but he firmly ruled out any "Gorbachev-style liberal spasms."

Putin had promised that the vote would be fair, and election officials allowed more observers to monitor the vote. Tens of thousands of Russians, most of them politically active for the first time, volunteered to be election observers, receiving training on how to recognize vote-rigging and record and report violations.

Zyuganov, the Communist candidate, told reporters after the polls closed that he would not recognize the vote, calling it "illegitimate, unfair and non-transparent."

His campaign chief, Ivan Melnikov, claimed that election officials had set up numerous additional polling stations and alleged that hundreds of thousands of voters cast ballots at the ones in Moscow alone.

Prokhorov said on Channel One television after the vote that his observers had been kept away from some polling stations and were beaten on two occasions.

Oksana Dmitriyeva, a parliamentary deputy from Mironov's party, tweeted that they saw "numerous cases of observers being expelled from polling stations" across St. Petersburg just before the vote count.

Web cameras were installed in Russia's more than 90,000 polling stations, a move initiated by Putin in response to complaints of ballot stuffing and falsified vote counts in December's parliamentary elections.

It was unclear to what extent the cameras were effective. The election observation mission of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe noted skepticism in a report on election preparations.

The OSCE, which fielded about 220 observers, was to present its findings on Monday.

Unlike in Moscow and other big cities, where independent observers showed up en masse, in Russia's North Caucasus and some other regions election officials were largely left to their own devices.

A web camera at a polling station in Dagestan, a Caucasus province near Chechnya, registered unidentified people tossing ballot after ballot into boxes. The Central Election Commission quickly responded to the video, which was posted on the Internet, saying the results from the station will be invalidated.

Putin got more than 90 percent of the vote in several Caucasus provinces, including 99.8 percent in Chechnya.

The police presence was heavy throughout Moscow and other Russian cities Sunday. There were no immediate reports of trouble, although police arrested three young women who stripped to the waist at the polling station where Putin cast his ballot; one of them had the word "thief" written on her bare body.

In Dagestan, where attacks by Islamic militants occur on a daily basis, gunmen raided a polling station, killing three police officers. One of the assailants was also killed, according to police.

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Associated Press writers Jim Heintz, Maria Danilova, Nataliya Vasilyeva, Mansur Mirovalev, Peter Leonard and Sofia Javed in Moscow and Sergei Venyavsky in Rostov-on-Don contributed to this report.

Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
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Re: The Cold War Will Fully Return In Five (5) Years Or Less

Postby Devlin MacGregor » Mon Mar 05, 2012 6:59 pm

Members and Readers:

Going back to July, 2007 through today, this is an incredibly analytical discussion. Vladimir Putin is a major player, and this needs to be analyzed further as events develop.

Who is "Russia" allied with ?

What of China, Iran, and North Korea ?

Where will their allegiances be in the next five - ten years ?

The smaller countries are all pawns. Where will the more powerful players align themselves ?

What are their beliefs on the future position of America globally in the next five - ten years ?

Watch for signs.

Thank You, Joe Hall. Good article.
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Re: The Cold War Will Fully Return In Five (5) Years Or Less

Postby Harley Ryder » Wed May 02, 2012 4:26 am

Members:

President Barack Obama announced in his speech tonight, May 01, 2012 from Afghanistan, that our "support" for Afghanistan will extend until at least 2024. That is through the next 3 Presidential terms. Who will make money from this ? We will have to borrow from China to finance this, as we are broke. What sense does this make ? Is this Obama's payment to the Military Industrial Complex and the War Profiteers to guarantee his re-election ? And this of course creates additional "business" for the Federal Reserve. The Government Accounting Office recently announced that over 50% of American tax dollars is now spent on the U.S. Military and U.S. Wars outside of the U.S. Have we reached the point where nobody really cares about anything anymore ? Think about it.
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Re: The Cold War Will Fully Return In Five (5) Years Or Less

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Sun Sep 16, 2012 10:27 pm

09.16.2012

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

A rose by any other name would still smell the same.

Is not "stopping evil and terrorism" the Cold War Modus Operandi renamed ? Or maybe
regrouping for Reemergence As The Cold War ? I have been analyzing these fact patterns
for years now.

But don't count on our Main Stream Media to touch these issues any time soon.

I think that stronger signs of The Cold War reemerging will become more evident.

If I see the necessity, certainly The Military Industrial Complex and the CIA must.

We will need Russia and the U.S. to square off over "A War" soon. My opinion.

Any more recent analyses, interviews, investigations, readings, research, studies, or
writings on any aspect of this subject matter ?

Comments ?

Respectfully,
BB.
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Re: The Cold War Will Fully Return In Five (5) Years Or Less

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Fri Sep 06, 2013 2:44 am

09.06.2013

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

07.06.2007 - I Posted this analytical and predictive Headline. Since then I have
followed this closely.

In Space:

American and Russian astronauts are flying around over head in satellites together.
Friends and allies.

SYRIA:

America has warships and CIA there. Obama is calling for War in Syria.

Russia has warships on the way, and Intelligence already there. Russia and others
oppose War in Syria. Enemies and opponents ?

We will have much drama. Much attention. Much money spent. Unfortunately
many may die.

Posturing and No Negotiations yet. Usually people must die for Real Negotiations
to gain traction.

The Military Industrial Complexes will be able to justify massive spending for
increased military and intelligence budgets in both countries. It is already
underway.

Connect the dots.

It is a Chess Game being played at the Highest Levels, on Several Levels at
The Same Time. My opinion.

Any more recent analyses, interviews, investigations, readings, research, studies,
or writings on any aspect of this subject matter ?

Comments ?

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Re: The Cold War Will Fully Return In Five (5) Years Or Less

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Sun Mar 02, 2014 12:30 am

03.01.2014

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

07.06.2007 - I Posted this Headline, and later developed the subject matter with
some comments by some great JFK Murder Solved Forum Members.

Pay very close attention to The Sparring Match that is occurring right now with America
and Russia, with Obama and Putin, and our Intelligence Agencies and Russia's.

Do you think that "this" just happened ? This arose out of "nothing" ? This is some
cosmic accident ?

I believe that what we will witness has been orchestrated well in advance, and that this
will follow a course designed to allow for The Military Industrial Corporation and The
Federal Reserve to take even greater Control of the Population, and Population Control.
They are different, and they both are being developed with another 5 - 20 Year Plan.

The JFK Assassination of 11.22.1963 is a bump on a pickle, a tip of the iceberg. It has
been buried, controlled, re-directed, and all but forgotten by the masses. The next great
discussion will be 11.22.2063.

The actions, facts, and players don't matter. They never did. How many shots ? How
many shooters ? How many teams ? From where ? The biggest 50 year Parlor Game that
I have ever seen played. It would be a joke, except it's for real. And it's real sad to realize
this at this late date, isn't it ?

There are Systems In Place that are so far above the low level fracas that will never be
challenged. Hell, most American's don't care about 09.11.2001 today.

Look at the patterns ? "We the people..." are in charge of nothing. We never have been.
We never will be. Our "group human nature" is played and used against the masses.

The Term Democracy is nowhere in The Declaration of Independence, The Constitution,
nor The Bill of Rights.

Nothing will change. Nothing will improve. You are fooling yourself if you think otherwise.

Control of the Population, and Population Control is omnipresent, and growing.

Is it, or will it become Fascism but by other names ?

Any more recent analyses, interviews, investigations, readings, research, studies, or
writings on any aspect of this subject matter ?

Comments ?

Respectfully,
BB.
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Re: The Cold War Will Fully Return In Five (5) Years Or Less

Postby Tommy Wilkens » Sun Mar 02, 2014 1:25 am

Lets hope your wrong Mr. Brycheck. The Bushes involved with anything rings hard to believe !!! My wife is from Belgium and we spend a good amount of time there and I can tell you the everyday people of Europe can not stand the Bushes neither one of them. And our family friends go way beyond Belgium there in Germany ,France, Hungary ,The Netherlands, Great Britain . At group gatherings that we attended the Bush family was scorned.Bush # 2 is detested in Europe. I will never forget a well educated person in France told me that Bush #2 had the entire world hating America !!!! I personally don't think the Bushes have any card left to play any longer and if they do it's deep behind the scenes and I even doubt that .....
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Re: The Cold War Will Fully Return In Five (5) Years Or Less

Postby Slav » Sun Mar 02, 2014 4:26 am

Bruce you are 100 percent correct it is sad to see, I'm waiting for the next false flag to happen I think millions will die. I think it will end one day with the USA going flat broke with no money to run the government, we might end up being taken over by china or India.
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Re: The Cold War Will Fully Return In Five (5) Years Or Less

Postby Bob » Sun Mar 02, 2014 4:28 pm

Please see this...

http://www.thepeoplesvoice.org/TPV3/Voi ... #more29483

I've said it before, and I'll say it again. The last four Presidents all had CIA connections before they ever entered the White House. Poppy Bush, Bill Clinton, Dumbya Bush and now Barry Obama all have had policies that mirror the agenda of the CIA. The industries that continue to flourish under all of these Presidents are big war, big banking and big oil. Just look back over the past 25 years or so, and see how the power and profits of those three industries have gone beyond obscene. And the CIA is connected to all three of them.
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Re: The Cold War Will Fully Return In Five (5) Years Or Less

Postby JDThomas » Mon Mar 03, 2014 2:23 pm

The military-industrial complex must be doing cartwheels out of glee over what is going on in Ukraine right now. This is the second time that Putin has invaded another country and he has obviously got the taste for it now. How convenient is it that this crisis has occurred within a week of the defense secretary announcing big cuts military spending which may now be rethought? Perhaps President Barry will at long last understand that you do not have to go looking for trouble for trouble to come looking for you. ...... But from whence does the biggest trouble come from? from the Kremlin or his own back yard?
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Re: The Cold War Will Fully Return In Five (5) Years Or Less

Postby Bruce Patrick Brychek » Mon Mar 03, 2014 6:47 pm

03.03.2014

Dear JFK Murder Solved Forum Members and Readers:

Tommy Wilkens tell your friends in Europe that "...The torch has been
passed to a new generation..." of corrupt leaders already in America.
The Bush's and some of their Associates began passing the torch in
2006 - 2007. Plans were outlined going into Bush 2's Second Term. Why
do you think that Bush 2 had to win at all costs ?

In 2007 Bush 1 and 2 both met with Putin to plan out The Next Agenda.
Make no mistake. It is collaborative, including others. The Bush's
advised Putin of their replacements, how he will be contacted, and who
to trust, and trust less, at least in the beginning.

It doesn't matter what those in Europe think of the Bush's today. They
are at least seven (7) years behind in their analysis and opinions.

Slav - I also agree with you, only more so perhaps. I think that the Newest
Takeover of the U.S. has already occurred. The controls, finances, people,
and systems are already in place. 09.11.2001 Totally Guaranteed that.

I think that The New World Order has already taken over virtual control of the
U.S., and their financial and governmental systems right before our eyes, "In
Plane Site" if you will, with credits to my friend David Von Kleist.

I became even more convinced of this when Dick Cheney moved Halliburton
to Dubai, along with all American Business for the U.S. Military Industrial
Corporation, where no taxes are paid to America. Interesting ! Main Stream
Media didn't Headline that now, did they ?

But the "Controlling Power" for the New World Order is, and will remain much
more invisible than occurred in the U.S. as The Power Cabals developed. Count
on that. The Ruling Elite train their successors well.

Bob - You and I are in Total agreement about the Past, Present, and Future
U.S. Presidencies. This was necessary to help cement the Total Takeover
by The New World Order, Global Corporations, and Global Financial Controls.
Because it wasn't announced at half time of some sporting event, or on a
reality T.V. Show, most Americans missed it.

Even though some Americans are involved, do not be deceived into thinking that
it is, or will be an American run operation. Nothing could be further from the
truth. American has been sold. And the future of our children, grand children,
and great grand children has already been mortgaged. And there is nothing
that can, or will be done about it. Ever !

JD Thomas - Spot On ! You totally get it. Your view from England on these
issues is clearly less emotional, and less unobstructed than it is for many/most
Americans.

Amazing how necessary American Military Budget cuts were announced a week
before we "...could be facing the greatest crisis..." since the Cuban Missile
Crisis. I don't believe in coincidinces like that. Do you ?

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Re: The Cold War Will Fully Return In Five (5) Years Or Less

Postby JDThomas » Mon Mar 03, 2014 10:08 pm

I have to say that I was actually in Ukraine during January of this year - at that time I did not foresee any of the present crisis unfolding, so it just shows how quickly events can snowball.
The former US Ambassador to Ukraine has just been on cnbc to say that we will indeed be back to cold war standoffs unless Putin is stopped in his tracks. His analysis that Putin has got a taste for the invasion business now is similar to my viewpoint. Take it from me, Putin will be portrayed as a hero back home for what he is doing and they'll be hungry for more from him.
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Re: The Cold War Will Fully Return In Five (5) Years Or Less

Postby Bob » Mon Mar 03, 2014 11:47 pm

JDThomas wrote:I have to say that I was actually in Ukraine during January of this year - at that time I did not foresee any of the present crisis unfolding, so it just shows how quickly events can snowball.
The former US Ambassador to Ukraine has just been on cnbc to say that we will indeed be back to cold war standoffs unless Putin is stopped in his tracks. His analysis that Putin has got a taste for the invasion business now is similar to my viewpoint. Take it from me, Putin will be portrayed as a hero back home for what he is doing and they'll be hungry for more from him.


Interesting stuff JD. Think about this. Obama is linked to the CIA. Putin is linked to the KGB. Bottom line, it looks like the Ukraine is the next military excursion in the world. The hell with the innocent civilians there. Who cares, when there are big war profits to be made. For all sides. Right, Barry? Right, Vladimir?
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Re: The Cold War Will Fully Return In Five (5) Years Or Less

Postby JDThomas » Tue Mar 04, 2014 9:28 am

Obama is linked to the CIA. Putin is linked to the KGB. Bottom line, it looks like the Ukraine is the next military excursion in the world. The hell with the innocent civilians there. Who cares, when there are big war profits to be made. For all sides. Right, Barry? Right, Vladimir?

Alas, your analysis is exactly right, Bob.
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