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Putin Pivots Away From WW III

Russia has overspent on its military industrial complex and faces an economic disaster. To compensate, Putin has pivoted towards Bitcoin and has demanded that the Russian banks embrace Bitcoin by removing any institutional obstacles to the integration of this cryptocurrency. In addition, Putin has promised to rebuild Russian infrastructure. This is a decided move away from war and a rejection of the globalist desire for WW III.

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By | 2017-12-27T23:46:41+00:00 December 27th, 2017|Featured, Main, War|3 Comments

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  1. James December 28, 2017 at 6:14 am

    Russia’s military wasn’t ramped up 5 years ago because of Syria, it was ramped up because of NATO’s threats and military buildup in Europe. America continues to ring Russia with missiles right on its border. That’s why Russia was forced to respond.

    Dave, your text says Russia is facing economic disaster. Nothing could be further from the facts. Russia’s external sovereign debt is $164 billion, but they have $430 billion in their reserves. They can write a check today and pay off all their debt and still have $266 billion in the bank! Pretty tough to find any country in the world that can do that. Russia is still under sanctions meant to cripple the country but their reserves have grown $54 billion this year alone despite oil being half of what it was in mid-2014. On top of that, they have a mountain of gold and continue to lead the world in purchases month after month and have signed almost a $trillion in new trade deals since 2010.

    If Putin wins the presidential election in March 2018, it will have more to do with his 80+% approval rating from Russian citizens than vote rigging. Mr Navalny is widely known in Russia as America’s puppet candidate and has about 3% support. He’s hardly a serious competitor.

    Russia has already diversified their economy, but continue to further expand manufacturing. Oil and gas exports used to be more than 50% of Russia’s budget revenue, but today it stands at just over 20%. Russia is the world’s biggest exporter of wheat today, replacing America and Canada at the top. In education, Russia ranked #1 in literacy according to PIRLS.

    I could go on and on, but the bottom line is that the Russia people knew 20 years ago is gone. Most people in the world have no idea how Russia has changed for the better.

  2. Gerard Trip December 28, 2017 at 1:57 pm

    Trump and Putin are working together much more than you think, I would suggest. Trump is throwing his weight behing The Three Seas block of 12 nations (Austria, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia and Slovenia). These nations have been chaffing at the bit over the EU’s control over them, worse than the former Soviet Union. While Obama put huge numbers of troops, missiles and armored vehicles in these countries to threaten Russia, Trump has been putting loyal forces in them to protect them against … the EU, especially as an EU military is forming. The Russian government budget is based on US$40 per gallon, on this and many other measures Russia is doing great, especially since some of their newer and more powerful military technologies are far less expensive than conventional and nuclear forces.

  3. Stan S. December 29, 2017 at 2:29 am

    Important post, Dave. Thanks.

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